25 Burst results for "Kieran"

Is Saka Arsenal’s best player?

ESPN FC

03:20 min | Last month

Is Saka Arsenal’s best player?

"Committee espn fc. Shock his lops fashion. Salazar with you in studio shock. I don't know if you saw yesterday's show. We had a heated discussion over whether the of religion have been reduced to ten men against round madrid in the champions league. We will keep that debate going a little bit later today. Show some different faces to mix it up steve nicol. We'll be by for that joining us now. Though stuart robson julian laurent don hutchison. It is thursday which most importantly mean shaq is power rankings. Most importantly means europa. League will start in greece for arsenal. Beat benfica come from behind in this one. They went three to two advanced. Four three on aggregate a bombing with a couple of goals. Kieran tierney As well jill's. I'll start with you. Just how big was this for arson to advance the round of sixteen in europa league the result of course and qualifying but also the fact that they came from behind. He's he's been very very rare season. I think he was only the second time where they went behind and then ended up winning again we against southampton in the league. The game saint. Mary's but apart from that every time they were behind every time they considered. I couldn't come back and win it so to do that logically would be huge tonight. Plus also the quantification the momentum before the game leicester on sunday and also of course the two goes for obama. Young and the to assists for psychiatry. And i think we need to find you. Were to qualify an amazing player. Bouquets in one thousand nine dong cossack is he. I think he's that best plass sevi- mono people say about me on gets the goals and they rely on. His goal is true. But i think when i watch young suck apply. I think he's got a lot look at his temperament. Look at the way he plays the game. You can tell. Light loves playing football. He's got smile on his face. He's a choose infectious at the training ground when he's playing but talent wise he's got a wonderful less or you can goes pass. Players phone can go either way. Turn the pace again. He works back. He's got a lot really. I mean he must be a manager's dream robbo arsenals best player. he's right up. Two games in the corrected goes for obama yang and that was the difference between the two sides been fieger. I thought place nice football today. But they had no cutting edge going forward whereas cutting edge liquid trying to break off sidelines. Saka was coming in it and those little round the corner obama gang trying to running behind whereas been fake. If all that good fly times just had no cutting edge shocker arsenal just getting it down today just but last questions about about soccer. Yes he in my mind. He is arsenal's best and most important and ask those third goal goal. That takes them to the next round sums it up one more the defender a couple of crossovers defended doesn't know whether he's going to go. Righto left come back onto onto left and picks a fight bullets. Who just onsides 'cause on maybe man because of his two goals headlines but but for me also is a vote soccer and so much of their good plea comes from from his unpredictability from just clever. He is on the ball and for me without question. That teams suffers most without without saka more than anybody else other

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10 Trivia Questions on Big Mouth

Trivia With Budds

04:54 min | 2 months ago

10 Trivia Questions on Big Mouth

"It is now time to dive into ten thirty questions on the hit animated sitcom big mouth. Here we go big mouth trivia. Here comes question number one. What actor is missy most obsessed with on the shell number one on big mouth. What actor is missy most obsessed with number one question number two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks attic number. Two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets is what is he referring to number three. When j is talking about the queen's nargis what is he referring to number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four. Who did the voice of the main camp counselor on season. Four of big mouth number four question number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it and number six. What do nick jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six. What do nick and jesse get high on in the episode drug buddies number six number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression blank. Fill in that blank and the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. What number seven and question number. Eight who becomes knicks hormone monster at the start of season three number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season three question for season four. What does t h stand for number nine on season four. What does t h stand for as a nickname for characters number nine and number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth number ten. What is andrew superpower on the episode super mouth. Those are all your questions. were big mouth trivia. We're going to jump into those ten answers when we come back. After this weird noise we are back with the answers to big mouth trivial. One of my favorite shows on netflix. Number one what actors missy most obsessed with that is nathan fillion mri on this show as well as my mom. Kieran buds of joliet illinois. She loves nathan fillion. she loves castle. She really likes to show castle number. Two which piano playing ghost lives in knicks addict. That is duke ellington duke ellington number two and number three. When j is talking about the queen's nuggets he is referring to lola's toes to very gross and it's on season four j. the queen's nuggets lola's toes number four. Who did the voice. The main camp counselor and season four. That was john. Oliver john oliver late night host and comedian number five on season three. There's an episode named after one state. What is it. it's called florida. One of my favorite episodes of the entire series. A lot of crazy stuff happens. Watch that episode. Florida number six. What do nick and jesse get high on the episode drug buddies it is. We'd gumy's get into jesse's dad's we'd gummy collection. And they go nuts number seven in the episode. The department of puberty jesse gets trapped by the depression. Kitty the depression. Kitty sort of an eight cat. That keeps you depressed number. Seven number eight. Who becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of season. Three that is connie. Connie becomes knicks new hormone monster at the start of that season number nine on season four. What does t h stand for. That is thick hogs men thick hogs men a weird nickname from seth. Rollins voiced character at camp and number ten. What is andrew's sister. Power on the episode super mouth. He has the power of invisibility invisibility. And there you have it. Your big mouth. quiz has been completed. I thought i had done on the show before and realize that i had not so there. You go big mouth trivia.

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"kieran" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:07 min | 8 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All right. Let's do this. How are you? What? The fuckers? What the fuck buddies what the Fuck I'm Marc. Maron. This is my podcast w t.f welcome to it. We've been going at it for a while. Now we're in our eleventh year. Almost at the end of the eleventh year of this, is that true? Two thousand, nine, the fall. An ongoing conversation twice a week for eleven years or so almost eleven years. With me and you in me and people that come in here and you and everyone's involved either they're in here or there I'm talking to him on. On the video. And we're doing it. We're getting through IT AREN'T WE? I can't I have no more bandwidth folks. For fucking. Sad Scary Shit I have no just have limited bandwidth the whole goddamn thing that. The needles are going all over the place. Just. Like. full-on. I just I just trip myself out. The some sort of hyper. Dread. And then it just and then it's almost like Ritalin effect I just kind of get exhausted. Now imploding through. A hundred and ten degree temperatures out here. What's going on where you are the sky on fire? The fucking skies on fire. So now on top of everything else authoritarianism. Fuckin- insanity. The future of the country, the future of the planet. I gotTa worry about my house burned down. Again. Dimmer now before, but it's just the worry of it. But our you know seriously I'm sorry I'm taking up too much time. I got a lot to be grateful for. I'm sober I got some money saved up. I'm working. I have good friends. D Do that do you have a gratitude list? All of those things make impending doom. Pleasant. Money in the bank. Good friends a nice place to live. Yes I understand that. So I'm not complaining. I'm grateful my particular impending doom. Period. Is relatively comfortable. Today I talked to shortly, I will talk to Kieran Culkin He's an emmy nominated actor now for playing Roman Roy in succession you guys know from that or Igby goes down Scott Pilgrim vs the world the home alone movies with his brother. MacAulay. You WanNa to do a little homework. A little backup work I interviewed mcauley back on episode. Eight eighty three I believe if you WANNA, go listen to that. I like the Guy I like the Kieran Culkin. I've always liked him I see him like that kid seems like A. Solid kid good presence on the screen got a little bit of an attitude. I'd like to talk to that kid and now get to talk to that kid. I'm having some issues with my cap I don't know if making them up I got one cat left. I want picked up monkey in a box I got monkey in a box. And I got Lafond in a box. And the same company I think cremated them, but they changed their boxes. And I got two different types of boxes with the same. Cute little wooden. Name. Tags. I like it. I'm glad that they're in different boxes ones a sort of. Homemade paper outside box yet like it looks. Got On the exterior of the other ones just a Shinier box will find his. And I got him out is that Weird Avenue Mount Am I supposed to hide him they're nice boxes with. Name, tags on I a little weird a sculpture of a cat doing a a yoga pose or just sitting crosslegged. Then next to that. The two of them, brother and sister. By still got buster here, and now buster is being showered with more attention than he's ever had from me and I'm not sure he likes me I just don't I don't know. I think he liked being neglected. I think he liked having a buffer. There's no old man buffer is just one. It's an old man human and in that guy and buster. I know what to make of it I. Think he looks for Monkey. Sometimes I think he smells were monkey. Was I. Think He? I see him sitting monkey was sitting and makes me very sad. That we're both looking. And knowing we're both knowing that our our our friend is gone. But his will different. I gotTA be careful not to project much human feelings on him. I got into not make assumptions that he's experiencing. Whatever he's experiencing like human. Obviously, he likes me I feed them. But. It's a little weird. It's a little weird. I mean monkey with for sixteen years and we had an understanding I don't think I've reached an understanding with this cat. And he's a Weirdo but he'll fetch which is cool. Dementia, my car got recalled some things in it that were. Not Safe. Need to car need to be able to drive away if I have to drive somewhere, turn the fucking phone off. Oh my God. This is just come up on my phone. California. Hit by nearly eleven thousand lightning strikes. Sparking more than three, hundred, fifty fires as thousands flee. Over the last seventy, two hours and I don't have a fucking car. GotTa Get out GonNa get out. So this show as you've noticed, Brian, Cox has been on I've talked to a Sarah Snook Kieran culkin part of some dynasty, a strange acting dynasty. That didn't think he would talk about beef can. Talked about it. I walked to the.

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

07:58 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Welcome to the modern woodworkers association. A podcast about woodworking from folk who would? Woodworking is what we do, who we are and what we like to talk about, so join us as we have a drink. Sit around and talk woodworking. And welcome to three hundred and second episode of the Modern Woodworkers Association podcast on Kyle Barton of Kmart and tools I'm here with my co host. Sean was Noski of the corner workshop. Today were asking a Kirin Benny five questions so welcome back. Thanks very much, and so for the first question. How did you get into woodworking? So I never have seen A. Twenty five and then journey gap between Vasco, and starting work I enrolled in at Taunton s a school of Guitar. Making INCAS as a lifelong musician are. Really and how much were made and how they? How they function and that was. So new still play the tower that you built I. Send Me Yes. that guitarist my burning! You know the hundred. Reached that Charles can run nice. That guitar is. Will be carried out of any. Gotcha, so what types of guitars he play? Mandolin and yeah, so self turned employer playoffs this well Powell really cool, yeah, and UH. Six string and twelve string Oh my electric guitars ray sixty, which is the finest Production Electric Guitar. Just wonderful so see I. Don't think as much time to play so I would like necessity, not as much time so I used to but I. Still do play whenever him I won't argue about the rickenbacker less ball, but anyway. Anyway so. What's Quickly along, I sit here. And what is your favorite tool that'd be the the bad expand which is fifteen backs and mine. Han filed McConnell's hybrid filing so works really well for for both rip and Cross. Soaring and it's just an incredible, incredibly versatile saw, the the some Alchemy, really in the way designed the plate length, and the and the hang angle of the. Handle and it just It just works so well Amo. Dove Tailing. I it's. David is an all round. Join restore you know when I travel. That's that that's boring. I reach for every time. It it puts your hand really close to the work. It's aggressive, but incredibly precise, if I starting again at by that a big ten in and I wouldn't. I wouldn't bother with smart data all. Wow I mean I love. Mark and everything is done I never I I haven't had the virtue of owning any of his I. Actually was going to ask you earlier when we're talking about. Your ribaud build did did you find yourself getting? Some of those beasts lead tools that young to work in in dimensions of those of those types of you mentioned just now. A big ten in saw because. Those come in Handy. It was interesting, actually because I wasn't sure without build whether identifying your whole name the framing toolkit. That's what it is reports. Say you need you need a three inch slick? You know to to pare down some of those joints. And actually I managed a managed to do it with with my normal French, making Toolkit v the the exceptions I did pick up a one a half inch, reframing chisel just just a chopping up the the more season, two top and pairing things and hammers essential, but but actually I've got the Ribaud beast ten so by bad mainly made me feel really Manley. That's my stand talking. Eighteen furious saw and so I use that and It was brilliant excellent. Well so who has influenced you you the most in your woodworking? See this awful question I- desperate desperate and so I'm GONNA have to be honest. Instead and I've got say that the biggest Schwartz both in terms what he wrote in a kiss torture, but on then come. You're highlighting that that past historic research combined with In canucks and things like that par- partially author. I am very mentor and friend his influence on on. How I and know to some extent why I build, as has been found so sorry, not not the original answer, but but at least it's Hamas well. That's okay. Yeah I. You may not be familiar with this. T shirt I know Chris, but we do have the t shirt that says may the SWERTZ with you. Yes deep in my cupboard at this point, but I it's it's it's in there i. When did we was that made in twenty? More Marks Quick Nola made that in Yeah, it's gotta be somewhere around there I. Remember the woodworking. America having it's. Have you seen? Have you seen the other one that Jason? Hand Works Twenty. Fifteen which is disobeying. is on it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, around. Yeah, yeah I. I, don't have the shirt. which is a great sticker but I think the The sharpen this yes. But but yeah, but Chris Chris such a great guy. Absolutely I love you know we just recently kind of branched across the pond and I've talked to. A handful of European woodworkers now and Christmas influence getting through all frankly all of our guests. that. We've talked to in in Europe. Is Awesome. You know we. We joked about you. Know or the joke was when when Chris with pop would that the Oh, the Schwartz effect you'll anything he had mentioned would sell out immediately and be continue gold you know, but now seeing that this is persisting in his books. Continue to inspire a you know you know is is fantastic. He earliest awesome, awesome guy, absolutely, and it's not just as Brookside, either I remember the bill Patrick Lynch. Complaining Bisley if only he had twenty four hours not before Chris Blogs about. Yes! It's true that he could. Prepare for the Oh yeah. He's about nine hundred. He then gets the next day saying. Have you got this weird? Sing from eighteen thirteen. I know you I saw you. You love your tongue and groove plane as much as probably. I do such just specific tool, but I'm almost positive. I heard about that from Chris. You know just as a purpose built tool for this. Makes one got it? got. Exactly, yeah, if only Chris would mention publicly traded firm. Be Great..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"We'll see. The I mean read along in terms of very long I went. Away on the verge of putting in a research proposal for a history. and. Really what I would really like to do is actually Take this. Tape this interested material culture in in furniture, history and and woodwork can actually do a do a PhD. Includes a an element of bench work? So you know actually like the book book like Chris. Did with James Mechanics I have a have a research problem that is. Solved, through archival cert and then tested by by building. So that that's my. That's my turn I. Oh, wow, that's fascinating absolutely! Wow! Okay well back to my more mundane life so. A. Lot going on. It's all fascinating I can't wait to see what happens, but Let's move on tour fortnightly choices and by the way we've always cold. The fortnightly beer choices just not while you're here. But so I guess I'll start off so I'm drinking hop gusher Ip by spindle tap brewery, so it's a nice little Ip. A It's Is, not very alcoholic. It's only five point five percent, but It's very tasty, very. And like I said it comes from spinal tap, bree, which is a a play on names for the spindle top a gusher that happened here in Beaumont Texas. which was the think was the largest? It was the largest oldest governor in America at that time, and was the largest oil boom, so. Yeah so anyway, so What are you drinking? I I've got a I've got a local brewery. The Brew Works There Crunchy Hippie which is granola. Brown Ale. Of course, it has to be right. Why not Whatever it's Brown. It's got a little bit GRANOLA. A little sweetness to it not not. cloying sweet way, but it's it's good i. like it I, like to support the local guys so occurring What are you drinking I'm so. I'm I with Brewery Amendment I'm very view towns brewery. So named as the part of Birmingham I live in actually has to two thousand, which were repeatedly inspiration for Tolkien was writing the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Talking actually lived not far from where I currently live for period Any bookcases. I. I don't know about Tolkien but I. The bookcases belonging to see US Louis. well, they gotta be contemporary with Tolkien so yeah, yeah! So that those so yes to towns brewery, tolkien references Birmingham reference, and they've got to very nice bears once they Joel report, which is ner dark heavy of porter. And then also the Chamberlain pilot, which is very nice nuts that's named after Neville Chamberlain, former prime minister, and also Birmingham, chap so so lots lots of local drian references in the bear at the moment wonderful. That is cool. Okay, that's better than any of us have so anyway. Boy I just love the history over there, so it's it's just fascinating so but current so working. Folks find you on the interwebs. I S so over the wind stopped. com is a blog and also contains a portfolio section of some of my work and I can be found on instagram. will say using handle over the while. Fantastic and Sean were working. Folks Find You could find me at John W seventy eight. On most all of the social media is how about you? Can always find me at Barton. Dot Com on Instagram, the only social media platform that matters and with that that just about wraps it up for.

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

09:25 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"And the need you move onto the next bit real Israeli story How'd you build these quickly? An sturdily. Tested in some cases, five hundred years so so it's been really interesting for one of other radio things to lurk hat is when you say about case historic bookcase. You I look at right. This is how it's been made. So this is this is the use of the needs of the people who urged any built in Van. You start looking for evidence on. On how it's been altered in I the coast of several hundred years, have people taken out shells or new shell supports and change the space, the shells and things like that, and it's really interesting to see where ultra has been made. Some have been made very very neatly, and some of them have been pretty pretty bulge, Jean and a. Fascinating tale about how book storage needs and nieces have changed. Yes, yes, I imagine the format of the books. Actual size and shape of them have changed throughout the centuries to. Certainly, size and four one of the striking things, though is that the the five to two ratio is. is President from roundabout century seventeenth, century. and it's. Get get wildly different size, and I've seen I've seen some historic. Still the same ratio that's. Nine yeah. More or less. An Annapolis my mind when I I sort of. An exhibit Bush Library on the two books next to each other woman to cuss, but Bible very famous Eighth Century Bible. palm-sized you can sit in your hand. It's tiny and it was next to this outfit Humongous Bible. That was either five hundred Mil Law and and several hundred. Pages it was it was monument, but next to each in those nightmare that the sizes completely the opposite ends of the spectrum, but the right she was was consistent trough spice and this is. A time long before standardization. Publishing sizes or formats or anything like that it's not it's not necessarily an economics. A book that that's that big isn't mandatory lap anyway Roy. You need it on the table to possibly manage an and so it seems this is one of the interesting things where where we're trying to hunt down, but it it almost it's almost golden ratio I but. I doubt it's a aesthetic thing. Maybe you know you look at it and you think that's the pleasing. That's pleasing shape for a book. Yeah! That is interesting. That is interesting. How that came to be would be because I. Know I have some some books here there that are the long. Long and they're not very tall and I find those yeah, not comfortable at all, so yeah, it'd be really interesting of how that ratio came to be, but yeah, it's gotta be something that was ingrained. Way Back even. Before the printing press before all that. Well, yeah, I it. Sesame dates from when but produced by monks yeah. So it's it's either an aesthetic thing. Overnight normally think this is one of the things we. Could Be Erg Onomic as and that's that's the distance you could ride and still comfortable. You know possibly that as you make your head up and down the your travel, science scientist science, right? You don't be turning your head constantly. You imagine a books landscape and In A. Half. A meter right long. When type full of text across three pages, you can be tiny ahead. An also loss on. The some really classmate question I guess. And hopefully type we're I can hopefully something. will trigger some interest in dome and questions from from the woodworking community. Yes, well, I'm very interested. We're doing a pre order now, yeah! It does it sounds like a strangely fascinating book especially like you said like going completely mad, you release book if I ever see that on a shelf, and and you know in in whatever story could find a book book. Book Okay. I mean speaking of that sounds incredibly interesting from a historical and. Economic everything like the everything in between. Yeah, it's really cool, right? Now are y'all going all the way up to the modern day like the libraries now that have these huge bookshelves that move, so they conservative as and all that kind of stuff or just well, if you'll saw chimps built somebody. I think we certainly want to go to mid century and. Things like that, which in the if you think about the tastefully and design birds? That's kind of A. Kind of a Danish a type type. Isn't it so so i? Think I think we'll. We'll pick some kind of K-. bookcases bookcases. The fascinates us for projects. What are things I am very keen to do is actually. Include a discussion on on different techniques What are the techniques that the say and the building but cases? And also at the mechanics of bookcase. Because obviously you don't shelves to be to send that. Like own like the bookcases we have. A. An shells. You know yes, the his great, but then how do you make sure that the shelves? In state, stike puts a riot strong enough, and interestingly against Samuel you'll pave started off with will shelves book last full, but case that is a he bought. His bookcases over A number of years, and in the last couple of cases don't have just shelves. Because hit by then hit a out what size he needed. What's really interesting? Is the I think I think he bought the bookcases impasse looking closely at the carvings and another of inches you can see the slight variations and this one pair of but case first paranoia just about cases and. We knows your that there will not the first pair of north of bookcases which did not have just shell They still have the knife then on the interior Will the adjustable shelves so I. Started liking the males. Than than touch which just? A Few small details when you're looking at these things it's. It's really exciting when you see some light. To get a brief insight actio, m the people who've been using these bookcases as the librarians. He looked after incredibly knowledgeable, but again looking at the books the time rising the bookcases and then. He say these lines day type thing, can you? Explain! This this this is this is why this what these lines me than they get really excited. What mechanism did he have on the adjustable case? It was like a Houndstooth type thing, or what just a lot of date just like. Yeah okay, and then just cycled books off the shelves and then slide it. Eight, ten played Kim okay. Okay. Okay I see what you mean now with having the lines. They're saying. Hey, they weren't gonNA put those in Okay Gotcha. Yeah, absolutely yeah. Interesting interesting well, that's fascinating. So what's next for you? You seem like you have a lot of irons in the fire. Yeah Yeah, there's always lots going on. site. bookcases are the next big thing for me for. Next year. Next Maurice, So building some bookcases partially because. Didn't projects for the book and also. Books that need a housing. So so, so, what bookcases are you going to build? So you're going to build the one from the enterprise designed book. So are you gotta? Build like the campaign or Jefferson or some others you take out in the wild? Campaign and Jefferson and also does this form that I've seen in Oxford. So that seat, the that's the feature. And then I spiced well I promised my long so nice that I would built new dining tablets, Chaz. Site so that's that's kind of medium town thinking. but cage Chaz cusses becomes Useful so I I think that. They are beautiful. They are beautiful. And they don't take any time at all to bill by the way Oh..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

07:38 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Floor schools so public now side Back in two thousand sixteen I my my first piece could put was. An an interview with Karl Hall Toy. Who? Toyed Classic Huntley because she was on the verge of retiring, and if anyone's on instagram there realized recent, but calls time not like the sorts of time anyone else. I saw that this morning. Yes. That's that's something that's not in our show. Notes was going to ask you about so. And so the short answer is account still going and making incredible plays. For the longer you'll have to wait a few months. I'm a I'm currently. colonize current during a poster time and Should be an not will be out in popular woodworking h from this year. excellent. That's great. That's great, so also also. You're working on a book with Lost Art Press now, so tell us about that. Book Es Book The book the book. It's a challenge in how many? Say, so, yes, this is This is the book I'm. Chris Schwartz, which is a real mom. I'm very excited about, and it's It went surprising. Given tells me it is very much it is taking a historical focus and we're looking out development. And evolution of the bookcase. which is which is really fascinating partially because I have too many boxes of books that need homes. And so it's highly to mind, but but really Dewey in we always look at the books. Look at contents and. And so actually how why bookcase? It the dimensions and in an? And and design that we often use. And how long has this been the case in house? They chain and and it's interesting. trophy furniture records, so I spent I spent three days earlier this year, looking at historic libraries. The University of Oxford, and then the University of Cambridge as. I've been looking at single tapes. personal bookcases in the late seventeenth century, and those are the I believe the first example of bookcases with adjustable Scheldt our. Yeah? CARE to. Serve! Who Knew. But so when the wind bookcases really become popular course, it had to be with a wealthy because books are so expensive rare but. A winded the the I. Guess the Classic Bookcase that we know of win win. Did that actually creep into the household? One Mean Rainier Castle? It's really interesting. Question, the earliest example of what what you and I would recognize the bookcase that I've been able to find from the central. Things that. It's it's as much of a utility furniture as addressed or covered, you know rate like its purpose is primarily just a whole things, not necessarily even look good, just because we need someplace to organize. Yeah, absolutely and and so the. Very early proponent show books would often. Valuable would have been kept in a in a chess. Not Up but the the pill example of Iraqi, case is is from the eighth century, and that for me a Bible that was. Produced A. A MINISTRY IN NORTHUMBERLAND SAN? The north of England I'm still searching sift. We can find anything earlier tonight. Possessing me, that's. That journalists can find and then you. Then you have that makes that makes sense that it would be a monastery to. Lead said so if there are any of the Irish monasteries. Well right now my research. Focusing on on England to do. Right Right now cove it. Get anywhere. That's exactly. Pre Lockdown. I was focusing into within easy striking distance. We are looking at well I expect late century chases. On But this really interesting thing so so the the idea behind the book. Of the case and then so it's GonNa. Be Part historic. But then we'll. We're going to include of projects. Amid against building, at, but case it. Key a have historic bookcases. One of the one of my less projects is the Jephson bookcase, so we'll. We'll be including that. Some campaign, but cases because they're just wonderful and and one of the rating. Lovely ones that will include is the today suspense. Oxford! University what? 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And and and then by the light sitting century The colleges do while he was chained library so John's is the first college the built, but cases without having chains on them, and so we actually design and build an example of of this kind year Oxford University but chase, it's free form. Of Books at Sir is clearly quite historically quite significant The examples life quite tidy. Swear just everything is Bill. Sight so you've got these huge pieces For. Price in that. Case sites, and then honking great does that must have been than act to hold shells. Everything is just massive Great many oak trees died Fox. An. Wonderful when you, when you look in these library, see the The the desk surfaces a complete smoothies and burnished, but that's from several hundred years of constant knicks on the underside it's. Really rough texture because they've been kind of Hyun more or less flat with an accent, and that's good enough.

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

07:47 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Which is an idea at got from the the engine mechanics book and it worked really. Join, Sir Bert In with Jack Plain and smooth, it was it was actually surprisingly comfortable. Again. You are the clamp so. fussing around with hole, faster or clamps or anything else who's just? I thought it was actually really really neat rice work. I. Found I found myself doing that. I was cutting quarter inch plywood actually, but with a hand saw and it just it moves around so much, and it's such a big I was cutting relatively large piece it onto saw horses, and I ended up, just sitting on it and sewing next to myself, and it worked much better than trying to do anything else. Because something else would have gotten in the way, but yeah, and that way you can shifted as you move to really easily as you move through the cut, or you know in my case and Yeah, that's. The body as a clam. Clamps. Want. Yeah usually filled in. Mines getting stronger all the time. US so well. Anyway we'll. We'll speak in the. Rubio Bench project, and so you're doing a lot with the furniture and cabinet making magazine, I believe that's a series of articles writing for them, correct yes. I've actually just my forty four six. So! How did that added the Rubio Project? Start I guess maybe a little background on that I'm. Projects. was getting fed up and say I'M GONNA. Do this or was it something that you had in the back of your mind? I am really going to dive deep into this. It was It's been a bucket list project. For a long time, actually man I I just I. I got to the my tattoo within Ben Chai. I've been building and. Just having a a really frustrating time trying to welcome the Spanish, so it was not ready, steady enough for furniture making. E traverse bullets with a with a hand plane and the bench, just dancing around the workshops, are you bracing still finds a way to schedule with running after it, and that's what I thought right. I need a message and I've always wanted to build a reply. You know this. This is what I wanted to do. easy right well. Let's talk about that and then I got things. Actually I I could make this more interesting. I taking me taking the kind of experimental history approach to it. How `Bout I doodle by hand because actually I well. I didn't have shelters. industrial size machines reindel. Slapped Hope Bench and. Then, I thought right. I've got to do this will by accident. We have a choice and that's fine. But then how if I'm Brendan, Gaffney advanced as. Roma's if they thanked weld right as certain. Earlier's were using Winter Brendan Es. absolutely and thought well. Let's let's get one of those Let's build it today the rich. In its measurement, because that'll be fun and. It actually was. What, what's he wants? You realize what master ruler for the? Bill. And you can't just chop and change. Depending on which which combination square or was happy is to hand. It actually didn't make much difference. To the bills it means that the bad choose about six inches longer than it would have. Otherwise been built a bench, but I eight foot, some one point zero six six inches to the a single. French. A little bit longer. Yeah six inches long and all of the components a slightly. What did you aspirin to make you a folding French real? Oh I should. I should have. When it came to the budget profile is. Okay. And so I thought well I'm building. Derek Jones. Who who at the time is editor of Athens? See was always on the lookout for more content I've been writing. I've been watching for efficacy as a regular columnist since the autumn of two thousand fourteen. Now, NC furniture and cabinet making magazine. That's primarily British public correct. Yes I mean. You can get it over here in the states but. There's a a night out as well so if you can't locate a physical copy and paste covid, nineteen wealth, and you can download from the safety and comfort of your in quarantine. But yes, so it's it's primarily Tara summer of fourteen when I did the class with Chris. First Line to till the advocate will chester. and. I jump. Jump to the students exemplifies signed up for that class with a very good friend from university, and we both went down to it and I I was writing a blog. My blog bat here before that so I thought. What are you reading? This all applaud class, chronicle, the ups and downs so emotional turmoil of. Five Tile Death March. There came up to me. I didn't really about. that. Point Derek came up to me on this Thursday morning said I've been reading your blog. I thought. Not said anything libellous have I. I'm about to be. Class Anyway. He has to write maxine which is just not something that Deborah Cross my mind and I knew people did right for magazines, but I never I could or should. And I said Yassin the Saudi writing for him shortly after the class, so I think Taiba twenty fourteen. My first article came out towards with them and as just sent off the final. Installments of the Ribaud suits spent a ten articles is so that that's my forty fourth pace francy and that'll be out in a few months. Target well. That's fantastic. Wow, so how long how long completely take you to build that bench? Starting months starts finish losing so I started in January Trentini nineteen it was finished at the end of Ma, twenty twenty but I took a two month. Break in the middle of that to. Research and writes in Oscar full. What is intended on wealth? Stick Chaz, which which will involve building a traditional style. Welcome chess I I had to leave this of monstrous laptop semi completed states and then build a chair dancing around which is a bit of a challenge in my modest sized shop. Yeah did a great job with the will stick to That was not a thank you very much. That's fantastic. You know yacht. We were we. We've had Chris Williams on. A few episodes ago, we had the chair. Check is a RIAN CLOSE ON A. Few episodes ago, too, so We're well versed in the Welsh stick. But Yeah, that's a that was a fantastic article. So who else have you contributed to Morris? Antennas Oh furniture and cabinet making I'd also popular with were. Yeah probably floor schools so public now side Back in two thousand sixteen I my my first piece could put was..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

06:44 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"It's been a complete revelation I am. My previous bench was A SCANDANAVIA manufactured bench. And it was fine when I started and actually felice three. Where where you're not doing heavy work, it was it was just the ticket but. It was miserable. Truly miserable experience and insight, and then moving to this historically based approach has been Rini is just improve my life and my my experience at the bench I am. I didn't think of it myself. In someone already A. Couple of hundred years was woodwork support ready figured it out sourcing I think. but but the other is I. I do really a historical research, and and immerse myself in history, and actually I I think wood working as a way that makes it possible to engage with with history. Out at the work I am not the slavery, but actually just it situates hunter woodworking situates you when a tradition the quincy long time, and and so the the problem solving is their techniques. And also occasion in it it can. It can even points in it can print new ways of working, and sometimes when he just wants a chain instead of stunning up the bench and doing something the same way you've always done it as you. Guys say is another way. I can try this just because I might learn something year. And actually I think when I started. There's so much emphasis put on traditional occidental written sources, historians very traditional, very sensitive, and the study of history is actually become broader over the past couple of years historians of getting much more inventive about how they engage with US material so food historic study right now. Suits historians the trying to make this. I got this recipe from certain twenty five Let's see if we can make up I am I think that that's that's really interesting, because it's actually been links packets idea of the workshop mice being. An experimental place in. We'll carry. It's very interesting that you mention that because last week, I. I made a recipe that I found online from think it was seventeen eighty now. That's pretty contemporary for you but But it was his recipe for the way they did a poor job. Back and I went. That's pretty. It's pretty unique and pretty simple to do, and we tried it out and we've had it three times since then. Cook. Really well. Of course over here in the covert, my freezer stocked with all kinds of stuff, so you know we just. But anyway go go on and I. Just thought that was that was. Kind of interesting, but I. I'm all I'm threatening to snuck. Debate! I I in terms of thing. I! Think is I think. The the Lockerbie gained again, not slavish. To be gained by engaging with work history when I was when I started getting into furniture, and I actually sent myself the challenge of working through the project, Sydney Join Happened Mike Book which was published by stop press inches some nineteenth century, introduction would work land a not Sacha tastic way. I think untested way to enter furniture making If you're new to woodcrafts, and you have a to kits or not sure you know, she'll have to develop your skills because the three projects build up in complexity. And in the number of tools unit, and I thought I was just a really lovely way of action, however, taking first steps and in a different craft, really so that that was an for me. The perfect of history and woodwork really has to be ingenious mechanics, Christmas book on. Historic, Rodman thought that that that's real blend of How archival you know a lot of history of art and and. Interrogating. Sources an annual side, the the experimental archaeology kind of ear. aggie sitting sitting in your work vent. Workshop, having built one of these kind of Funky, looking benches, and then trying to figure out how it works, because no one's written instructions for it. In a just trying trying things until until you decoded how this how this? Works I thought that was. Already seminal book actually I'm not I'm not sure else agreed with me, but. Thought it was county nominal was yeah. No, no, I have of course I have that book but no. No it is a great book. When I took a class that lost. Our press is able to play around with the running workbench. He had there I. Don't know if it's still there or not. but yeah. It was pretty to play around with and see how it works and He did have like the shape horse attachment to it. Yeah I think we've improved on that, but It was still interesting. It would be fun. You know being being someone that that I guess I should say now used to use Shapes Salat. It I think it would work in a pinch, but If somebody were doing every day, you might want something more dedicated, but as far as the actual functionality that bench, and sitting on it, and being able to hold Your would either flat or on edge. I mean it worked fine and I think maybe more Ergonomic as we get older and our backs basket a little. More Sore. My might have some benefit I've been challenging myself that I need to build one of those and tried out him own shop, but got there yet. I, am wants this rebuy bench. Entirely on a per foot long Scandinavian riches in a great test of. I'm. The that stretches were too long to the stretches for the revolt were far too long. Actually mounts on on mighty workbench, and so I ended up pricing most by hand by putting them across to Soa benches, and than sitting on the workplace..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

11:00 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Weeks. School. And no one to shop classic school anymore and. but I've I've been a lifelong musician? The classic trained violinist and troop apply very young age, and and that's actually what led me to to would. It's making things. Because after a long time, especially playing violin I understood how a musician could pick up an instant and get it to make it sound didn't tend to stand. WHO's increasingly interested in? It was actually the mechanics of how musical instruments themselves actually functioned. So how does violin which subjectively wooden box? With, strings on function, how does that make the sound and and so that that's what led me to to entrust in woodwork. After law school I took a gap here. Man decided to techy out the front. She started working law firm. And, I spent nine months working instruction industry because I Knew that point in that construction law was what I was interested in following professionally. was purely. For me and so I the last through my gap here, I enrolled at the School of Guitar, making and Devon. in which is a really renowned program. It's incredibly intensive. It's it's three months of seven days a week. for the full twelve weeks ninety-eight percent hand tool for and I'm not my mind. Having never done bill were full, then going rainy hyperfocused workshop environment just incredible, and he starts from scratch. Everyone starts from scratch on the program so the first three days. He has a lot chief, tracing paper and Pencil and you draw. And design the against build. From scratch just with? A just using pencil and paper, and constantly constantly refining the curve spy hand. You're getting it getting the whole into of flow, and to look right on then building in the bracing pattern at I mentioned say you designed it guitar from literally Blank paper, and then you, you build it. Of the twelve weeks it's it's incredibly intact. And you're not guaranteed is going to sound correct either well. Fortunately the film message the T to there is incredibly experience in this right beside, so that's not going to want. Yeah, he he, he you'll. You'll ask you incredibly than an in very free with very happy to come to three things you should if you listen. and. Follow instructions. Get something that sound. but yeah, it's that was just sits there in the class working as as nearly entirely. based. And you'd never like scrape like the I don't know what you call them. The top backboards ride to get him to a certain thickness. Varies over the the witten linked to that Yeah I. Say you work in the. Coming, have done woodwork than that, and and you know the coursework tencent, and if the ready fine, what is to one hundred anything but it's you know it was an incredible introduction. Good work It was an incredible way to to develop those coal handwork skill. In actually how to block plane? How just? A! Jack in how Geez? It's just. Really Lesson to do that same, which is just doing its old I as we die for twelve week, right? Under expert tuition you develop could habits. He pick up good habits, technique and and. You're finding and at the end of e you have guitar which which was amazing. It's wholeness to be on the speakers. Just building building. Dying. I ended UP PLAYING MANDOLIN IN A. Jam Band Two nights a week and local pubs such like why would I have the law? Then I realized I wasn't really equipped the poverty. Save for the money as Well At least. Being being able to pay the rent. so yes, it was. Out that was my I would walk. When it's twenty five. I, that's one question I have is is. So, after coming out of that Class I'm sure there are a lot of tips and techniques that you learned. They're taken into more. Traditional flat would woodworking or whatever you call it that that I mean. Are there a bunch of tips and tricks that you're like? Why didn't anybody wind anybody talking about this as much easier way to do it? Then know what's traditionally todd cabinet, making or something absolutely and and this is something that I'm that I'm. Really I sent country rights into making maxine. A long time ago, now I think two thousand fourteen. Crispus two thousand fourteen now. On! What I call parallel skills. And this is actually a concept. I got from my martial arts instructor. He was talking about in very much, said missing. E you try to different Mush in yours pick some think that he's didn't takeover to Fraz Mushrooms, and so on so forth and and and currently the the search power L. skills things that I I can take from. Three to replace my flatwork. We'll take from a different disciplined within woodcraft. Apply to other things some really interesting. So so Terry coming from Lee, three pound, two of the things that I found Radi. In flower kids one. Clubs and trench. Russel clamps into various Ole. Quit control. Pretty routine isn't it. and. It never goes achy. I really go. To Clam. Some things aren't familiar with. These go bars clamping technique. It's quite a common threatening and I. Mean I don't know the name, but I think I. Know what you're talking about go ahead. So basically you're talking about an flexible strips of word I quite like Hash. Snap which which arose along for the The spacey put them in. So basically you're getting. Pressure from. Fans so? Often say building guitars. You'll, you'll clamp the brace inside of this us, tickets are by setting the soundboard on. Go Bard that you'll have a solid ceiling above the data. Can you'll puts? You'll put the guy boss at math y'all Benjamin and force the the bracing down, but news. It needs it to flatwork with your R- Toll Chest if you want to put runners on the inside of the tool chest, a sliding trays than getting clamps down far enough to reach be tricky so actually just putting. Go else inside the CIA. The derive along the that I mentioned. Knelt hold in place while of. So so that that's nice techniques. That is all. I have I have seen that before you know people, Building Guitars and violins or whatnot, but yeah, it's like they got some sort of rack that over their work. All these sticks of wood, coming down in like you said there are over long in their been, but they're holding everything down to the bench, so yeah, that's that's cool. Thought about using it like inside of a case where or something that is, that is I like that. So. That was least. As you know wh where develop further. We'll just happy building thousand, and not looking beyond mass, and then I suppose like a lot of people. I ended up stumbling across the Stop. Prosperous. and. This would have been two thousand. Eleven. And and I can Kostanic his tool chest. And the danger zone there. and. That's really the gateway to furnish me. I I saw the I. At the working a motley earth sorted collection of kind of black plastic. Toe Boxes, none of which were particularly satisfactory. An and so the idea of actually to Be stored with was ideal. But right I'll get the books. I just thinking is still, and of course it isn't. It's all ready. To chastise is a metaphor. Away in U. N. and then discussing a lot of other things, and that book my mind and I thought yeah, furniture furniture could make things that we need to make things that a useful mats. And that radio off down yesterday a rabbit hole, yeah, and so and so that's that's really about set me on the past. The sleds where I am now I suppose. So primarily or you are a hint tool woodworker now with your background in history has you know influenced or guided your handle woodworking? Yep I. You're right. I'm I'm predominant, I have some very helpful can shop. Joe Press. Live. a few pounds, but probably five cents, my worst handful, and that's definitely what I'm happier. but I think I think in in terms of how the interesting histories played out. I think a large positive is very few problems that you can encountered the work that haven't been encountered by someone before. And actually instead of having to reinvent the wheel. Listening to what the that guys have to say is is actually a really helpful. Where probably saying as I was saying earlier you don't need to. Clamp. You'll work piece to your bench. Talk for every. There was someone that's quite helpful, but actually in I am in terms of. Something as simple as in ham is a word, if you if you said those foot and hold fast and planning stock which. Arrangements on a my rebbe Ben. It's It's actually Fred is incredibly effective. It's very simple to set up and it holds the word perfidy..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Take off and look inside if it's meant for inspection, and the one was sticking quite quite bad like you're moving the whole box, trying to take this little window out and so i. took it downstairs, and a couple of passes with a plane on all four sides, and the spoke shave on the rounded corners I walked outside, and actually my wife looked at me with a little squinting her. I and I said no electrons were hurt in in the trimming of this piece. Took it back out and now it's much easier, you know just take off a few thousand right? I love head woodworking for that I. absolutely enjoy it. It's just. To, mess around with not in my job at least yeah, exactly well anyway. Yeah. You're jigs me. I'm batching them out wellm about tobacco him out. I should probably say so when this whole Kobe nineteen hit. We were all sequestered I. said you know, now's a good time to to you know batch out some jigs and get a small inventory and stop making these things made to order and I now am out of inventory, so it's a good problem to have I need a badge some more out so and that involves any to get some would so I'm still a little hesitant about going to our local lumber yard? To get some maple, not getting it's the is not the problem, but actually checking out is the problem because they're in a little small office and it's always crowded. So it's just like I. Need to call them and see what they're doing, but I did. Check out some online prices and so my local lumber yard with selling apples what need for my jigs and They were sold for seven seventy five aboard foot, but get stuff online. That's almost pre dimension to the At least to the rough dimensions I need, but I'm paying more like eleven. Dollars Support Foot. Yeah. It's like. I. It doesn't seem so bad when you go two and a half by two and a half inch. planks that are thirty inches. Long you know in, you know it didn't seem to bad when you look at the price, but then when you start figuring out aboard foot going. Yeah, that's a little steep. I do have some of that and and did only pay about dollar aboard foot for. Locally locally sourced cut and dried. Started a buddy of mine I could. I could send what I have to let me. Let me their my piles and see if any of its useful. Well is shipping is probably going to be a killer on on something like that. Yeah, I did I did get some Nice air dried blanks from David Yard. You send them to me, but those are for chair legs so. Air. Dried Maple, but yeah. So I. I Kinda WanNa say those are around it into blanks in electronic stuff, so I kind of want to say that for a for chair legs, but if worst comes to worst, we'll see, but anyway so so carrying. What what are you? Working on a near shop. Me Right now building a border, but can maple you design? Designed by Chris, swats. The the the square one squared bookcase in there It's yeah, it's basically It'll data's nails and. Yeah, I'm sitting here staring at mine. That's a great. Yes, yes. I got some. One of the problems of of being a historian I spice and an avid reader is with Louis surplus of books. We moved into our house five years ago. I've got three large books of the boxes of books on the floor of my study. Still don't have home. So. Take very necessary right now, so so that's the of a good on the go. and. It's really fun, because actually a lot of the work. Is really getting is building but taste, but really also getting used to the to the Ribaud. Bend he can kind of forget. It can take a while after get a new bench to actually. Get. WORKFLOW and Developing a resum. In working with it and the I think the redesigns reading ready fascinates if you're she taking a using a lot of historic techniques. An historic approach is holding, you know Morton would work is often. wants to clamp the snot out of their work in everything gets. To the bench and it's never gonNA. Action it's so the what piece moods while you're working, providing those in a providing. A predictable and controlled way, so you know when you when you're planning wide bullets, just planning into a bathroom that's held by the planning, Stockton an hold fast and yet the shift surrounded it, but but it doesn't matter. You need every kind of clamped down tight so so so right now it's it's building a bookcase, burt, but really also. Verb I suppose A. A discovery process with the with the revenge. Are you modifying the bookcase in any way or you? PERSPEC-. I'm building it two straight straight. Okay, cool Yup! I did the same thing and he's got everything laid out. You know well, of course Chris Avid book collector, too, but yeah, yeah, the dimensions absolutely perfect for for at least my my collection and Unfortunately I my bookcases, probably at least fifty percent filled with his book so. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think so. You bought all these books for me. Here's a place to store them in. It's coming isn't. Built the bookcase from the company Perkins well. More books. Press have lots more books coming out. Yeah keeps feeding as a cycle doesn't. Shelve dimensions for those predetermined to fit the the book of plates the Rubova reprints. The bottom one might i. I. I didn't fight look. BOUGHT, the smaller or no, no, the plates only came in the big when I just have the other one that does have some of the. Book of plates we'll Colo- shelf. Yeah. I built the staked desk now the. Booking fees go and Michael Sam Slowly building soul sweeter office furnish. Next and then I'll have. A full full matching set of and Kissed Office Fan. Yeah. I want to build a desk to I. Did I did build a the chair that he has their? Built four iterations of it first one was pretty much the design from the book and then by the last one I have curves on it. And GBI CHAMP ON. So it's like. It's not so much a state as a charity more. When like a pseudo Windsor Chair now? But anyway well, tell us a little bit about your background and and You know what you came in as binder standing you. Do you do have a kind of a history background before you became a lawyer? Yes decrease site rights I stood at history at S- degree, level, and then squadron. At the University of York and really I, mean would work more interesting. I not done any work in close twenty five..

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"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

07:35 min | 10 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Welcome to the modern woodworkers association. A podcast about woodworking from folk who would work? Woodworking is what we do, who we are and what we like to talk about, so join us as we have drink. Sit around and talk woodworking high and welcome to three hundred and first episode of the Modern Woodworkers Association podcast I'm Kyle Barton of Kmart tools and I'm here with my co host. Sean was new ski of the Corner Workshop Today were visiting with Karen Benny and outstanding woodworker Luthier musician, file, lawyer and writer so welcome to the show Karen. Having. Out Thank you so much and I think we mentioned in the pre show, so you're joining us from Birmingham England. Birmingham England, or should we say you K or I always get confused England UK Britain. To tick somebody off by saying the wrong way. Your. Political minds to to stumble through that I. Think I. Think All any there you go, you're you're on that island known as England. We'll fantastic well before we talk more to you, talk more about what you're doing what you've been to. Let's see little points of interest around the community over the last week or so so. I? Of Beretta's has a layout block. I think we might have mentioned this before. It's a small little block and they sell it for eight dollars and fifty cents, and they had one in imperial measurements, and I bought that and actually found that to be quite handy, and now they have released one in metric layout and I'm probably GonNa pick one of those up, too, because I do do some layout in metric occasionally, so could be quite handy in an eight dollars and fifty cents. You can't beat. Beat! It's a little piece of aluminum and the metric one is all geared down to having all kinds of measurements built into its design, including two millimeter four millimeter elevator, sixteen millimeter, and of course thirty two millimeter, so all of these are basically this little square piece of aluminum, so one one edge of it is two millimeters wide, the other one's four millimeters wide. You get the idea and the whole link. The thing is thirty two millimetres which goes into that thirty two millimeter. European cabinet DRI SPEC so. Anyway I like I said up on the found the imperial one, so handy I'm probably going to pick up one or more of these I. Think are eight fifty a piece. I think you get a deal. If you get more than that, I think you can get a package of three for Twenty Bucks Nineteen and under under twenty. Cool I. Mean it's not. It's precision milled, but. The graduation along the edge where it looks like a measuring tape unnumbered measuring tape at that that's not as reference -able say. The would bekker's. Yeah detail of you. Get little, Lake Pencil lead marks that you can absolutely precisely hit that sixty four, th of an inch or millimetre you know Rosement, but the Russian relatively tight measurement, or in in the case of the absolute measurements of the metal itself I could. That's that'll be not that's. One of the common issues always have is I think best will might have fix this, but I have old festival stuff so all that stuff's in millimeter, so if I'm doing something to aboard, I'm going to go well. How thick is this millimeter? So this is real handy just to put it up against that and say yeah. Okay, this this is you know. Thirty five millimeters are three millimeters or whatever. Thick so that would be really handy to have just something. You can just grab boom go. But. Anyway. current Do you work in imperial or metric or Combo or both Actually spent the past. Year and a half mainly working in the eighteen century French inch the. which was a an Was? so. That was building a revote work. Right right. I! Follow following the. Place Levin. Engraving and and the description. Sorry, so actually. What would it be reading here is to build Ribaud scale bench using usually Kerr period, appropriate units, measurement but but now that I've now understand then chime most my nature build intensity in imperial and for Felice Serie. Millimeter rule so so actually how? The two depending on. What exactly my bench time right? Yeah, yeah, that roope build that gun. We'll talk more about that, but I didn't realize you were doing it. In the traditional or the historical French measurement system, so heads fantastic. Yeah, wow, yeah, that's going to be tough. all right well. Let's let's let's move on the other thing. I wanted to highlight. This is nothing new is just new to me. Is Markaz back? No of the would whisper guild had a sell a few days ago, and I happened to pick up one of the projects which he had on their little online. Learning with a spindle turning with Ashley Har Harwood, and it was absolutely fantastic I think I have a bounce to more episodes left in that series. This awards been really great You know all the turning. I've been doing and all the instructions I've been doing. has mainly come from chair makers, and so I think Ashley She's a dedicated Turner. She does bowls and everything and says she. She, she approaches spindle turning embiid different with a little bit different tool sets, and I found it kind of fascinating, not saying one's better than the other, but it's kind of interesting to see a sea out. Somebody else you know basically does the same thing with a different tool set so if you're indispensable, turning and highly recommend that you can go to, the would whisper gilded. Pick that up. and. Then next bad news. that hand works was canceled. So I saw that about week, and a half ago failed to mention it on the on the last, so but I think they sent out a more formal announcement this week, so if you were planning on attending that event has been canceled, but they will have it next year. but talking about turning the American. Association of would Turner's is actually having their big conference. July tenth through twelfth and it's going to be virtual so they're doing something. Online which I think is is very interesting so that's all the details. They released so far they just said. Hey. We're going virtual for a conference, so I'm not sure what that looks like, but. You know might be something at ten. I might attended. It's a fairly reasonable. Yeah, now at this point I mean unfortunately I think we can just kind of brace for any and all to be postponed for the foreseeable..

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"kieran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"kieran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In our set was outside and I remember that I got a heater that bureau supplied a little bit he we didn't even have jackets we weren't even ready for any of this and us so we had to go out and get jackets and get Kieran and that was that was a tough little week there in the army we made the most of it because you guys always do but that was some cold cold weather yeah the club the problem is there's six inches of ice underneath our feet at all times you couldn't get out and get away it was so bad and there's a camp strike so you can get a taxi anywhere and this is a walking walk everywhere lamp somehow made it work I can't in Kentucky high ed would you have for me today hello I'm married and good eight I love the show but I heard you say more than once Diane was forced to go to college I did I don't get it I've heard other people say on it could have gone to Europe I mean he couldn't go on to the NBA at that no but he wasn't forced I know we couldn't go to the NBA he he wouldn't think he could have gone to Europe you could've gone to Australia he could have gone to the G. league you're right so he wasn't forced to go to school literally but he could have gone to the NBA so what's your point and that's it yeah so I I know he wasn't literally forced to go to college but what were his options you got to go to college he had he had to go to college or you had to do something for one year before he went to the NBA apparently make a hell of a lot more money going to college to then you would have in the G. league yes I think I think that's valid point there I thought it was gonna be like Hey I'm glad somebody is mentioning this story because if this was Kentucky and that was the case and wanted me to know that nobody's forced to go to college following the same missile may have taken a pay cut going to the public you look at some of the I'll I don't know about that I didn't I can't say no I don't well don't say that you can't say that I worked with an analyst who played college football once this analyst went from college football right to the USFL and he joked with the room going yeah the USFL is great but I was making more in college so let me see all the work for on time well it's USFL yeah he played in the US and I could probably figure this out on the right bank should they'll hit would be his school was mentioned on the show today SMU could be but we mention that there you go I'll leave it at that when I don't think I can tell I don't think it would be a surprise if you found out this guy well I know that there was a guy who is an analyst at the mothership who played in the USFL this guy's pretty famous guy famous college football player pretty pretty famous pro player and he went from a college known for not Craig James this stance Babe Ruth did something yeah now the Niles and I yell the birth itself I guess and you didn't even try to hide it it was just it was just played there a dollar threat cited the SNL Joe it was constant hi Joe what do you have for me to Hey Dan second time long time five and at thirty one forty eight I got a couple quick ones quick shout out to my sister and her birthday or raining here in Wisconsin and I don't know if you guys have seen that out that call that I think it cameo you can pay a celebrity to send a shout out to somebody cell I had I go and search the cob COB span go on there I think Kyle Barnes words I got that thirty Bucks got Kyle Barnes so that was pretty cool so what what's your sister's name rainy rainy I'll do it for free okay I'm also a big fan and Joe's going to do it now yeah three two one Rainey I just want to say Happy Birthday I hope you have many many more happy birthdays and Joe didn't pay for this I did this on my own thank you Dan and then got one more or yeah my wife is expecting to have a baby were expecting and that she's a week late we're going tomorrow to get into this but our first baby a little baby girl Diana might you have for me and her along the way so I don't think I'm gonna be Lancaster go here's my advice and I'll let you go shut up don't say anything be quiet just be there don't talk you're gonna get yelled at hello are you gonna get Jada you're gonna get yelled at you didn't do anything wrong hi Todd what did you learn in today's program I learned you think this will change the MLB season can get underway before the NBA and I never would have thought that but here we are the club and what did you learn today I learned at the Torkelson joke I still from Todd did not work but at least I didn't say the torque signal Conor Coady in Tennessee best best guest of the week we have Cody was awesome Paul Cody the SEC punter well done war eagle now it's on Warrego well we learn brought you by legalzoom legalzoom made it easy to set up the right estate plan without leaving your home take care of your family today the right estate planning legalzoom.

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Food banks need donations to support communities amid pandemic

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00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Food banks need donations to support communities amid pandemic

"Record number of people are turning to food banks after losing their jobs to the corona virus and now food banks need your help como's sewer Meryl report do you need your donations philanthropy northwest is in charge of raising thirteen million dollars for food banks across the state over the next month or so CEO Kieran a Hoosier says because of high unemployment and orders to stay home the pipeline for food donations from grocery stores and volunteers to help distribute that food has disappeared so they're asking for money if you can spare five dollars ten dollars you know obviously some larger amount what I would say is that every little bit helps so far they've raised about one point eight million dollars but the need is skyrocketing projected to peak at two a million people who rely on food banks in the coming months the money will go to food lifeline northwest harvest and second

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Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

09:22 min | 1 year ago

Derby Hopeful Independence Hall Among The Horses 'Testing The Waters' Saturday At Tampa Bay

"Ocean night for Trainer Care McLaughlin stacking stamping himself as one of the top OP. Three roads in the country at that point is we know he would come back in the Tampa Bay. Derby things didn't go. According to plan that day he would be given a break and then continue on throughout the rest of his career but ocean night. Very very talented and Kieran back in the SAM. F Davis later this afternoon with Alisa. We'd who is another horse. That has a lot oughta talent and Karen with me now on the horse racing radio network here in good morning. Good Morning Mike how are you. I'm well my friend. How about yourself? Great Oshawa lead. This is a horse that you know has ability has shown it throughout his entire brief career. Last time out runner up behind shot ski in New York. Tell me a little bit about Asia. We where is he right now. He's on the van had into Tampa is A really nice big curling colts with Great Mind does everything right and he wants to distance of you know as far as they write the races because we feel like so. That's a good sign for going forward but Unlucky to lose Robson last time it came from well back doc just just missed came out of the race in good shape. I'm talking to Rick Nicholls. We weren't sure what we're going to run. But we're happy to get him back in the talk to that top. Yes it's interesting. You talk about the distance factor in hill as long as they can write the races he debuted at Saratoga. Last August. I at six furlongs. He was fifth that day kind of had an inside trip and then came back at a mile. You stretch them out and boy did he show his true colors that day. He drew rafter win by more than four lancs. Yeah that was a big effort. We knew wanted to go further. Most of the time horses improved. Second can start third start to. Hopefully he'll keep improving. We have to prove today to to beat this independence hall. He's very talented. So we'll see how it goes but we're ready to go. Have you gotten a chance to see independence hall in person. I did see Him I saw his hind feet kicking up The rams no that's wrong. Yeah so tough to the side of my cat is handful Craig job with the horse and these very talented very fast horse today. There's some speed hopefully entertained entertained similarly cross because we'll be well back making along that race track Kieran is different than a lot of surfaces. At least I've been told that Ah from your perspective is a guy who won more than fifteen hundred races in his career that that track at Tampa. Hi How would you describe it vary Sandy. Hi flays Nice job. Sometimes it can get a little bit speedy but today there's there's a lot of patient or raise so a horse going to get an uncontested lead is pretty fair track and the main thing is for us with his source. At this time it was either. Go Up for the withers servers. And you didn't want to go to Al Queda in on a deep hiring tracking them on eight. I start back this year. And and Holy Bull is Speed favoring short run into the stretch at Gulfstream so we didn't really want to that so so we we had to think about it but we side to go here to get started them. We'll we'll make plans after to go next but just this. Hopefully it works out for us. Yeah I was going to ask you. That question is is. You were mapping out his early season course here have you. Have you thought that far ahead is to if if things go well today. Do we stay there for the Tampa Bay. Derby do we go to New York if you really given it that much thought yet or you just get past today not too much but York we will well not do next one. Is the Gotham one mile so We could end up for the wooden Morio there but we have a lot of obsolete in Florida and Tampa so a lot of different options though this take it one day at a time so literally one one day at a time. We'll figure it out. How about the inside post position? Going a mile and a sixteenth at Tampa. Well it's okay It's fine because oncoming from off the pace yep in that one we'll say ground down inside and like I said there's a couple of really fast horses and we might find ourselves even last talks to last but Joel Ario the faster. They go further when I get back. But he's a great rider and times. He's moved well. This hopefully take time at a fast last talking trainer Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network. Karen how do you. How do you approach approach in view these early season prep races? Well like I said we're just happy to get back to the racist. Get Him in a starting gate. Agai- you get a race under his belt and then we take it from there and just see where to go next but you just want to get back to the races and have a good performance. We don't I'll have to win today to still feel like we have a derby horse or of course point that way. It's three zero Tom. Years Great to have a nice. Oh so he'll tell us Where we go and how it goes you know we won't force the Derby on but hopefully takes US A? It's a great eight point and you and I talk well. It seems like every year. Now you and I have a chance to catch up in the spring a couple of times making your way down the road to the Kentucky Derby and that's a great position for you to be in because it means that you're getting live three year olds that are making their way toward the first Saturday in May Have you. Have you changed your approach or tweaked anything over the years in terms of trying to get a horse to peak on the first Saturday in May when you get there. I know how much you want to win it not not really no we We try putting much do the same thing we try to get there. It's a lot about the horse and And you you just hope that you do get there with a nice sound hoarse. And even the best shot to to get their win but We've run fourth three. He Times second once. It's a tough race to win but the price there a quarter of these days also I tell everybody that just to get a horse in the starting gate in our sport is a major accomplishment. And then if you're lucky enough to win a race any race. That's a huge accomplishment to get to the Kentucky Derby current put that in perspective for me. Yes it's very hard to get their twenty horses there and The prep race. It now become come very important because of the money behind them. Two million dollar racing to buy one billion dollars craps everywhere. It seems like so they're important to for a horse down. Nice China when some of these races and the Kentucky Derby the Kentucky Derby everybody everybody dreams about time to win it and It's great to have a horse to that. We think has a chance to get so often when we watch golfers was on the PGA tour. They'll talk about not looking at the leaderboard throughout the round the Kentucky Derby earning spot in the starting gate is based on points as it has been the past ask several years. Do you even pay attention to the points. As you're going down the road or use figure okay. If I got a good enough horse the points will take care of themselves. Yeah that's that's the way you have to look at is. The last crap is so important. And you don't want to run if you're not running well by that but I you know in April roller to you. You made all the points of those races so If the horses takes us there the points of will be earned and you know. We won't not door obviously. We're talking about obsolete because he's in the spotlight this afternoon in the grade. Three Sam f Davis but are there any other cure McLaughlin. Three year olds olds. We should be keeping an eye on. Well we only nominate one other one in that SPA city and he actually runs today and I made some a at Gulfstream and he was second last time and still Green Bay Colt by street cents out of Sarah Louisa. He's that we think he has a chance to to get there. Get his maiden broke today. We could possibly have a horse for the Derby. But it's you know he has to break his bait and that's take us there or the preakness or something or the Belmont. So he's He's a talented code. The only other coat with how he is as good as it gets he is trainer. Care McLaughlin here on the horse racing radio network here and always so generous with your time. I really appreciate it all the best with Odua this afternoon and go get it done. Thank you very much perhaps.

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"kieran" Discussed on Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"kieran" Discussed on Zo� Routh Leadership Podcast

"Demand to repeatedly and when other people demand of means it has to become a skill he just can't hope that lightning strikes. You always gonNA people you need a lightning Rod. You need a really big lightning rod to get those ideas and James is a perfect example of that it. Some thought. He cool working structure to alarm to explore possibilities. Oh that's beautiful Do you think you need to be creative or or is it best to do creativity on your own. I think makes I think to be creative. You have to be really broadly. Curious the creative people who can be quite introverted and like to retreat to mall but also they tend to be quite widely curious and they're interested in a lot of things a lot of people because ID's often hybrids and they're often taking things from over there and bringing it to another place in replying it in a way you haven't seen before because of the ideas of rely on shortcuts and cultural means and things that would transmit thinking and another vehicle so for that reason you need it to be a mix so having multiple input is hugely important but also having to think to yourself. I was cited clients brainstorms at Great. As long as you've got something to bring to the table when you have a code brainstorm and ye evolved probably being through this where you show up and we've gone crazy and you beanbags too much candy lilies and colored pencils because we're being creative again wacky That you don't really come up with anything particularly useful and you can do anything you want. There's no rules here versus. We've set a problem. It runs going away. Done some thinking about it. And now we bring ideas to the table and build on them and take them and question them and add them together and challenge them. And when you do that interesting magic starts to happen but again. It's an iterative process. It's a way of going. Yes and and building on top of it as a guard so brainstorms good we've fodder fodder. I love that word. Fodder we click creative and you just go. You need things to put out there to decide and you need things that to have an opinion on if that makes sense otherwise like you going in cold. It's like trying to plug something in the air and and it's a wish and hope that for some reason and you know not. Having a problem to solve is one of the biggest problems. It's incredibly difficult to come up with an idea. An idea for what the problem is. Most people think they're not creative because they can't think of anything. They can't think what they won't have dinner. What do you want for dinner? I don't know I don't know what I want for. What for dinner. So we caught him and tell us that most of the time. What do you want for Christmas when you won't Christmas? So these are the questions that you we can't even solve that the more we give people very specific problems just solve. It's much easier to say for example. How do you get people to use? State is not the escalator. Then at ease to go you know just come up with an idea so ready go brains and events brain. That would be listening with go. Well how would we get people to take stays not escalated? I would we get people to not sit at a desk soda. You know the more we creative people see problems and they seek them out you know. They curious about problems. So that's that's framing the problem a little bit differently. How do we get people to be more? Active is different than saying how can get them to do this. That or stand up more at work. Is that what you mean? Sort of like down the problems. You look the most specific again. The better. Your Solvable Babe. Also if I decide to come up with an idea. That's incredibly hard. I just picked an example. How do we get people to take the stairs? Not The escalator you can see by narrowing down neo already a more likely to have an idea than just. Have you got a creative idea today? Zoe My god and so often we go into brainstorms and we go. Hey people have you got a creative idea open to anything. Not Have you got any ideas on? Yep that's really helpful. Yeah do you think there's do you need specific conditions to spark creativity? We talked about having. Don't go into brainstorm cold so having some fodder having a problem to solve. Are there any other sort of I Dunno environmental conditions like..

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"kieran" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"kieran" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"It's Ellen Degeneres welcome to my podcast we're GONNA listen to some of the best moments from the show and it's GonNa be hosted by four executive producers that I love oh succession Kieran Culkin hilariously roasts his mother and mother in law he's also on succession Yup these are my two favorite characters the tall tall oh cousin and Kieran Culkin who is unbelievable nick cannon place five second rule against our own andy lasts ner wins and wins and we're going on box Ellen's newest be kind box to the latest episode of Ellen on the go I'm Mary coddling I'm Glavin. Today is Thursday October seventeenth so Welcome to our podcast I'm your host Andy Lansner sorry he's supposed to be I figured they know my voice by now how is everyone so good everyone's getting is everybody notice a lightness about Andy Right now yes so so andy had what I think we were calling panic a bit of down a meltdown a bit of a full blown meltdown. You couldn't think about anything else couldn't let's talk about anything else called stagefright it's called discomfort and every once in a while you're walking through the grocery store and there's a three year old on the floor on his back and yelling so we are are we really competitive that cannot be easy and don't you feel badly for the parents is like they're trying to do their best and all that well we have been the parents in that paradigm apparently but nearing hate off this week was so good so Andy reluctantly kicking and screaming trying to get out of it finally yeah I don't have a brain that's at the end of the site that it's not the end of the sentence and I don't have a brain that does well with knowing I have something in the future I have to do that sounds insane but like even with weekend and anything that takes preparation or costume or performing is just as I've said before nothing yeah I've ever been comfortable with spontaneous who doesn't have to over think I just WanNa be WanNa be me right so it was it was all of that you almost forming for cat we this was all of the things you yes and that's what gave me the meltdown was the anxiety of I need to get this over with and also the panic that that we had taken a few days earlier and that there was the power possibly to edit out ellen asking me to do it and the and the refusing is that notion it seemed crazy the you even ask that right you you kept holding onto some thought that it was possible that it would go away and there was never going to go away and what Andy Did was spectacular an aunt ellen loves cat week really the only anything that we could have done to make ellen lay cow all sitting here talking about our camera and while we're sitting here talking about Andy Andy just reaches over sticks his arm in the trash can pulls out a two-thirds drunk Cana- perrier and I have a personal trash can next to where I sit right now the only things in there is a half a cup of coffee and a pair Yay and I got my little thirsty and I realized I must yeah I finished it off and I put it back in host range and the thing is we've been together a long time and time and he can and it's at some point there's nothing left to confound you know what I mean but this is not true with Andy never stops she's very.

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"kieran" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"kieran" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hi everybody I M Peter Travers is this is popcorn where we tell you what is happening in the culture and I confessed this before this succession on. Hbo Is my favorite. It's my favorite series cheers. You people that are full of game of thrones. You just have to think of something else you know because this is it and in a really rare thing season two is actually actually better. She's in what cool also. I'm thrilled to have Kieran Culkin right here in this chair this one yeah. You've got a couple of people from the show L. in this chair. Haven't you yeah Brian had Nick Brown Bron. I if I had my way I have. Everybody should just bring them all work their way the way where are you gonna go. Here's here's the one who had the Golden Globe nomination. That's true. Did you Robin Thicke. It faces yeah. They were all so mean. They helped me down and kick me in the each one. Just wondering how that happens when you're on a show and then somebody get singled out do they just not mention it or do they say congratulations. Oh they all say congratulations and then. I'm taking off the box like who hasn't said it yet at six. PM Kim Jeremy Strong whereas my congratulations but they could say it in a certain way because none of that none of that none of nobody. It's just good if things happen grace happy if there's like nominations that come in great if they don't great job great like yeah. I think everybody's having a really great time doing it and it's also the kind of show that just feels really collaborative feels like everybody's making this thing so when something like that that happens like the Golden Globe thing happened. It really didn't feel like it was a meeting. It felt like Oh cool. The show got thing and I think that's me trying to be like I didn't and get an emmy nomination but I kind of did because we all we all did. It's all there. You sounded like you had years of therapy when you said that it was just a look I'm still searching for therapists found yeah well. You are from one of the most functional families on television. This is definitely the Roy's or the Kokin okay there's no. I don't know you'd be the best judge who is worse. what's a functional family. They just haven't seen one yeah. I don't know they're all might have moments of functionality but we don't yes and I think with this show. It's a bit like they're not more or less kind of with all their power and money and all that stuff they're still just like like the rest of us equally is thank you can say any. I just wanted to say that you came in saying it sounds rhythmic and melodic coming from Your Lips. It's just incredible but I need the money in Jilin and to set this up because there are still some people that haven't seen succession what I don't talk to them saying they haven't seen it. They're behind behind on season one but now season two comes season one had gotten you know a lot of attention but now people are watching it more. It's got five five emmy nominations including best series so I'm sure your heads are even more huge and yeah you never before amazing racing with the biggest thing ever game of what people see you on the street. Do they recognize you now as Roman. Yeah I've gotten a few of those. and mostly people call me. That's actually happened a lot and it's not it's like I feel like they almost feel like you know Wallace Shawn Being People Oh yelling inconceivable at him when he walks on the street one thinks and they're like the first one to do that right like that. Show you're like. I know that's the show I mean. I realize I don't know but the the guy sure is high saw somebody mistake someone for you and rory said to his it could have been right yeah. I don't think so I would have known and they said there's no succession and I thought again. One of the great great compliment would be new. I haven't heard that one. I feel like they said no you the past when you were hailing a cab today. There's there's Mike that was great but his insults are just golden. They're just wonderful. When Roman says something to you. Yeah it's pretty great just no filter whatever comes comes to the brain and he handled the brother who is going through so many traumas and and is in Rehab and everything is happening and you know he's unshaved unshaved candle. He's looks like this do you help them to create these There's like okay so they write. It and it's pretty horrible. Some of the things things that Roman has to say and then some of the other writers they start throwing alternative lines out there and to my mind I think they would deny this but they get a little competitive with each other about like who can come up with the most horrible thing and then I want to play the game and I like throwing my horrible things that I can say from looking at what the guy dressed and stuff so sometimes. I don't like to let like if I'm insulting the actor. I don't like to let them know when it's mine and when it's there's sometimes if it's too insulting on Mike that wasn't me that we're not. GonNa use uh-huh well good goals. Try to make the extra go along because I have so many questions and I don't WanNa be too inside baseball just because the show's not what about me and it should be what I'm interested in yourself but yes it should but didn't allow but we should see a clip of you so so let's see here. He is Kieran Galkin in succession season two so you're not using. That's me that's me I recognize I yeah yeah look at that your idea to just sit on the yeah. I improvised that sitting up there. How cool probably with the glove in on the water just went right up. Stay saying that it's interesting because but those of you I haven't watched it yet the PEOP- The kids in this family this whatever it is it is an empire. I guess it is all want to take daddy's place place sure what's the case. You can make for Roman don't you. I think in a way he's sort of the most like his dad. which you know. I think that a lot of times makes really quick decisions and sort of just goes with gut sometimes and can be a real Pani. Ask kind of scary and I think Roman has that thing where sometimes if you know you get his attention. He's GonNa rip any. You and it can be a little scary so I don't know. I think there's a case for him. I thank you know he's done but he's smart. I think he knows how to basically a situation to his advantage and his advantages the companies then you know hearing you have this career. I mean everybody remembers you and your brother and home alone and we see that and that was just child actor stuff but I remember you most from Igby. It goes down and I saw that movie. I love the whole movie but what you didn't it was just amazing. Well thank you seemed to disappear yeah what what thousand to two thousand and two then where is he. What did you did dropped off the map kind of did like a bit of a freak out that movie came out when I was twenty and I kind of remember there were like some projects lighting up that I was suddenly being offered offered instead of auditioning for and that was a strange thing and I can't remember who but somebody used the word career and now I have a career. I found myself like twenty. I'm doing it for like fourteen years and never once made that decision for myself and I was like I don't. I never even questioned if this is something I want to do and I kinda just looked out and I think learned that a lot of people around that age kind of freak out about what they wanna do with their lives. I was just already kind of doing it but having having that same freak out at the same time but you're living it I mean because McCauley's started it in your family right. We actually started around the same thing yeah but his his success in home alone and I think the thing with that too is when I've always said that. If you get to witness or experience fame fame like that secondhand you would never pursue it. I don't think that's a nice thing like that's not exactly a nice thing that happened to him. At the age of not not in it wasn't nice for him to walk down the street and people like chase him and stuff. That wasn't that Nice so I'm if I'm sort of figuring this out now in real time. Maybe you're my founded charge anytime. You're great but it's that. I think if I started to find if I'm fit go back now and think about it when I was twenty. I started finding myself to be a little successful in things. We're coming probably had a bit of a panic. Let's roll this back when he tried to get some control over it because I've seen it. Get completely out of control with like a child what was happening in your family. You brought that up before who was saying to all of view you should act. You should be in this well. My father was an actor before I think he actually comes from a family of actors or performers of some kind of sort of like you know glass family type thing I think him and his three siblings all did some to some extent kids and then if I'm remembering correctly and sometimes times again information wrong like the are some neighbors ran over the stage managers of the theater nearby in the neighborhood so I think it got to a point was I was like. Oh we need a kid. I show my neighbor's got seven of them name of sex and age we got take here yeah and my father then kind of pushed that he like took headshots of us in like. I think it was like Rupert Park in New York and sent us on auditions and stuff and it actually kind of happened pretty quickly. You weren't born scarred by the family experience. No I just think it's like not a good relationship with dad no not with that but not not for that reason. He wasn't a good person overall but for that that kind of stuff. I think that was okay. I think at least my experience I actually can't really talk about what the siblings I think. It's funny is growing up at the family. You seven in all seven of us have living in the same place but having very different experiences I just think mine was maybe a little less complicated for like a kid.

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Interviewing Kieran Culkin from the Show 'Succession'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

10:29 min | 1 year ago

Interviewing Kieran Culkin from the Show 'Succession'

"I'm thrilled to have Kieran Culkin right here in this chair this one yeah. You've got a couple of people from the show L. in this chair. Haven't you yeah Brian had Nick Brown Bron. I if I had my way I have. Everybody should just bring them all work their way the way where are you gonna go. Here's here's the one who had the Golden Globe nomination. That's true. Did you Robin Thicke. It faces yeah. They were all so mean. They helped me down and kick me in the each one. Just wondering how that happens when you're on a show and then somebody get singled out do they just not mention it or do they say congratulations. Oh they all say congratulations and then. I'm taking off the box like who hasn't said it yet at six. PM Kim Jeremy Strong whereas my congratulations but they could say it in a certain way because none of that none of that none of nobody. It's just good if things happen grace happy if there's like nominations that come in great if they don't great job great like yeah. I think everybody's having a really great time doing it and it's also the kind of show that just feels really collaborative feels like everybody's making this thing so when something like that that happens like the Golden Globe thing happened. It really didn't feel like it was a meeting. It felt like Oh cool. The show got thing and I think that's me trying to be like I didn't and get an emmy nomination but I kind of did because we all we all did. It's all there. You sounded like you had years of therapy when you said that it was just a look I'm still searching for therapists found yeah well. You are from one of the most functional families on television. This is definitely the Roy's or the Kokin okay there's no. I don't know you'd be the best judge who is worse. what's a functional family. They just haven't seen one yeah. I don't know they're all might have moments of functionality but we don't yes and I think with this show. It's a bit like they're not more or less kind of with all their power and money and all that stuff they're still just like like the rest of us equally is thank you can say any. I just wanted to say that you came in saying it sounds rhythmic and melodic coming from Your Lips. It's just incredible but I need the money in Jilin and to set this up because there are still some people that haven't seen succession what I don't talk to them saying they haven't seen it. They're behind behind on season one but now season two comes season one had gotten you know a lot of attention but now people are watching it more. It's got five five emmy nominations including best series so I'm sure your heads are even more huge and yeah you never before amazing racing with the biggest thing ever game of what people see you on the street. Do they recognize you now as Roman. Yeah I've gotten a few of those. and mostly people call me. That's actually happened a lot and it's not it's like I feel like they almost feel like you know Wallace Shawn Being People Oh yelling inconceivable at him when he walks on the street one thinks and they're like the first one to do that right like that. Show you're like. I know that's the show I mean. I realize I don't know but the the guy sure is high saw somebody mistake someone for you and rory said to his it could have been right yeah. I don't think so I would have known and they said there's no succession and I thought again. One of the great great compliment would be new. I haven't heard that one. I feel like they said no you the past when you were hailing a cab today. There's there's Mike that was great but his insults are just golden. They're just wonderful. When Roman says something to you. Yeah it's pretty great just no filter whatever comes comes to the brain and he handled the brother who is going through so many traumas and and is in Rehab and everything is happening and you know he's unshaved unshaved candle. He's looks like this do you help them to create these There's like okay so they write. It and it's pretty horrible. Some of the things things that Roman has to say and then some of the other writers they start throwing alternative lines out there and to my mind I think they would deny this but they get a little competitive with each other about like who can come up with the most horrible thing and then I want to play the game and I like throwing my horrible things that I can say from looking at what the guy dressed and stuff so sometimes. I don't like to let like if I'm insulting the actor. I don't like to let them know when it's mine and when it's there's sometimes if it's too insulting on Mike that wasn't me that we're not. GonNa use uh-huh well good goals. Try to make the extra go along because I have so many questions and I don't WanNa be too inside baseball just because the show's not what about me and it should be what I'm interested in yourself but yes it should but didn't allow but we should see a clip of you so so let's see here. He is Kieran Galkin in succession season two so you're not using. That's me that's me I recognize I yeah yeah look at that your idea to just sit on the yeah. I improvised that sitting up there. How cool probably with the glove in on the water just went right up. Stay saying that it's interesting because but those of you I haven't watched it yet the PEOP- The kids in this family this whatever it is it is an empire. I guess it is all want to take daddy's place place sure what's the case. You can make for Roman don't you. I think in a way he's sort of the most like his dad. which you know. I think that a lot of times makes really quick decisions and sort of just goes with gut sometimes and can be a real Pani. Ask kind of scary and I think Roman has that thing where sometimes if you know you get his attention. He's GonNa rip any. You and it can be a little scary so I don't know. I think there's a case for him. I thank you know he's done but he's smart. I think he knows how to basically a situation to his advantage and his advantages the companies then you know hearing you have this career. I mean everybody remembers you and your brother and home alone and we see that and that was just child actor stuff but I remember you most from Igby. It goes down and I saw that movie. I love the whole movie but what you didn't it was just amazing. Well thank you seemed to disappear yeah what what thousand to two thousand and two then where is he. What did you did dropped off the map kind of did like a bit of a freak out that movie came out when I was twenty and I kind of remember there were like some projects lighting up that I was suddenly being offered offered instead of auditioning for and that was a strange thing and I can't remember who but somebody used the word career and now I have a career. I found myself like twenty. I'm doing it for like fourteen years and never once made that decision for myself and I was like I don't. I never even questioned if this is something I want to do and I kinda just looked out and I think learned that a lot of people around that age kind of freak out about what they wanna do with their lives. I was just already kind of doing it but having having that same freak out at the same time but you're living it I mean because McCauley's started it in your family right. We actually started around the same thing yeah but his his success in home alone and I think the thing with that too is when I've always said that. If you get to witness or experience fame fame like that secondhand you would never pursue it. I don't think that's a nice thing like that's not exactly a nice thing that happened to him. At the age of not not in it wasn't nice for him to walk down the street and people like chase him and stuff. That wasn't that Nice so I'm if I'm sort of figuring this out now in real time. Maybe you're my founded charge anytime. You're great but it's that. I think if I started to find if I'm fit go back now and think about it when I was twenty. I started finding myself to be a little successful in things. We're coming probably had a bit of a panic. Let's roll this back when he tried to get some control over it because I've seen it. Get completely out of control with like a child what was happening in your family. You brought that up before who was saying to all of view you should act. You should be in this well. My father was an actor before I think he actually comes from a family of actors or performers of some kind of sort of like you know glass family type thing I think him and his three siblings all did some to some extent kids and then if I'm remembering correctly and sometimes times again information wrong like the are some neighbors ran over the stage managers of the theater nearby in the neighborhood so I think it got to a point was I was like. Oh we need a kid. I show my neighbor's got seven of them name of sex and age we got take here yeah and my father then kind of pushed that he like took headshots of us in like. I think it was like Rupert Park in New York and sent us on auditions and stuff and it actually kind of happened pretty quickly. You weren't born scarred by the family experience. No I just think it's like not a good relationship with dad no not with that but not not for that reason. He wasn't a good person overall but for that that kind of stuff. I think that was okay. I think at least my experience I actually can't really talk about what the siblings I think. It's funny is growing up at the family. You seven in all seven of us have living in the same place but having very different experiences

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An Interview with Thoroughbred Racehorse Trainer Kiaran P. McLaughlin

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Thoroughbred Racehorse Trainer Kiaran P. McLaughlin

"Carrying you continue to just keep clicking along and winning graded stakes races. You're win total now. I don't even know if you're aware of this but when you go to echo base and look up your statistics one thousand five hundred fifty five career winners one hundred eighteen million dollars in purse. Money is what your horses have earned. What's the secret how does care mclaughlin. Just keep keep doing this year in and year out. That's a great question. You have to have support. I'm the owners and i've been lucky i've been with optum family for twenty five years and they supply and i say us because broader taste and i have show lee here in new york and i have a great team of people but we need the horses so we're very awards have great honors and help with that. Luckily a lot of people work from eight or a dozen or so years so that always helps the not enough for so. Many people are used to seeing you now. Bringing over the the maktoum horses you mentioned the relationship goes back twenty five years years. Where did that relationship begin karen. How did it start. <hes> actually held alexander healthy <hes> at zeroes in nineteen ninety two when i had chrysanthemums book dinner and i asked her if she still do with the moslem family she's yeah yeah and i said i would go anywhere. We work google it. I had to go to the library. Look it up. Cure cure mclaughlin with here on h._r. Kirin let me stop you right there for a minute. You were kind of breaking up during that answer. Let us if you're okay with this. Let us reconnect with you. I'll have my producer lee. Call you back and we'll get feature right back on the show all right little bit of a bad connection the req- and we'll try to rectify that here in just a moment but i really. I really am anxious to hear that answer. You couldn't hear it because the the connection was breaking up but i want to hear how it started. After his meeting with helen alexander that's such a cool cool story. People become so used to seeing kieran in the winner's circle with those godolphin colors the royal blue and white colors of godolphin and the story has very interesting beginning and i'm anxious to hear exactly how they came together cure in his back with us now karen by the way will apologize to everybody buddy for the the connection issues but you were telling the story about sitting down with helen alexander. Take us from there. I in nineteen ninety two we had dinner at saratoga and i asked her she still had anything to do with the mock to family and she said yes your names come up to go to dubai straight all right and would you be interested and i said i would go anywhere for them to family. Where the hell do i had to go to the garden city library. Look it up because and i got lucky to come to work there.

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Claire Foy Says She Was Never Actually Given That Back Pay She Was Reportedly Promised for 'The Crown'

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Claire Foy Says She Was Never Actually Given That Back Pay She Was Reportedly Promised for 'The Crown'

"It's recess, and I did end up seeing mission, impossible fall out this weekend and I can confidently tell you that I did not understand a single thing that happened except that Henry Cavill grew a mustache to try to trick us into forgetting that he was superman, but I'll never forget and they'll never forgive speaking of hiding behind your facial hair. It's time for the news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news. Here we go. A new cooking show is coming to net flix called the curious creations of Cristine McConnell. It was inspired by the Instagram of McConnell who makes weird creepy pastries, and then post pictures of them. We are in the middle of a trend where apps turn into cooking shows nailed it was inspired by Pinterest. This new show was inspired by Instagram, and I think now it's time for a baking show inspired by Tinder where two opposing teams bake an extravagant cake and then take pictures of the cake on a hike. So people know that the cake is outdoorsy and adventurous and then take a picture of the cake with a dog so that the cake seems playful and nurturing, and then add a picture of the cake at a bar so that at some level you're warned that this cake is not looking for a serious relationship that cake is sending a pretty strong message with that bar picture. Don't let the dog picture fool you. It is a trap tenure barris, the creator of blackish and right. Her of girls trip is leaving ABC studios to accept a potential nine figure deal with net flicks. This is just the latest installment in net flicks poaching creator from another network. It just happened earlier this year with shonda rhimes on a separate note. I had to count what nine figures meant on my fingers. And then once I did, I had to Google how much money there is in the world because I was worried that Netflix had maybe used it all buying shows that haven't been written yet Claire Foy who played the Queen in the Netflix series. The Queen was promised backpay after the news broke that she was paid less than her male co star this despite the fact that she was playing the actual Queen from the title now clear for says she has not gotten paid yet, which is very good evidence for my theory that Netflix has used all of the money. This could cause wides. Spread chaos, but don't panic. Money is over. So let's just decide on a new currency right now, my vote is for gently used hair ties or half empty tubes of chat stick either way. I am a millionaire now, the Chilean adventures of Sabrina are coming this fall. It's the reboot of Sabrina. The teenage, witch starring Kieran Shipka who was so ice cold sassy as Sally and madman that I was almost like, whoa, Sally take it easy on your dad, Don Draper. Yes. He brings suffering to literally everyone around him, but you're mean, girl, I roll is going to make him wish he'd never conned his way out of that horror house and even better news. The series will drop on Netflix right before Halloween. Is it just me or do you also suddenly yearn for the holidays? Right smack dab in the middle of summer. Do you feel it too? What are you doing right now? Should we throw on some costumes rosta Turkey and watch? It's a wonderful life. Oh, yeah. And just. One more quick thing over the weekend, Nick Jonas, former Disney star and member of the Jonas brothers, a pop group that was basically Hanson except that they all had Brown hair and didn't want anyone having sex before marriage got engaged to good, Joe pra actress, former Miss World. One of the biggest celebrities in India and friend of Meghan Markle's who wore the sickest purple hat to her wedding. These two got engaged after dating for two months. So I just wanted to give you a heads up that the rapid celebrity engagement is here to stay and I couldn't be more thrilled getting to know each other is for normal people when it comes to my famous is I want couples and I want them immediately. Do you hear me celebrities? You'll get a fiancee, you get a fiance, and just when it seems like you should be going on your third date, boom, you get a fiancee, here's how I want my celebrity relationships to go. Oh, hey, I just met you and this is crazy, but here's my number. So let's get married. It's a perfectly legitimate plan. What it lacks enforce. I'd it makes up for in. Ooh, they did what take care guys. I'm Olympia heroin, and I will catch you next time until then recess adjourned. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor, got something you want to say to the creator of this show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for an Android.

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"kieran" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kieran" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I watched the first episode of succession on hbo last night really good yep highly recommended great stuff there brian cox macaulay caulkins brother kieran is really good very very entertaining there couple of tweets here the problem i see with kids coming out of high school and going into the draft not all will make it to the league let alone the nba there are many leagues overseas so i guess that could be an option uncle bob five seventy three's eire's smith from texas tech is a great example of the freshman that can make a huge difference for a year then up and leaves i agree with having to stay two years but mostly because i'm selfish and march madness yeah at least you're honest about this is that's why people get upset with the one and done why should we stand in the way of these kids if that's what they wanna do i'm fine with that have no problem with i roger bennett will join us coming up we got crepes tyler the creator went out and got some crepes there and we had a crepe draft fritzy the number one fritzy who never gets up for food even on meet friday jumped up when the crepes came in the room for it the took the head number one draft pick their apple cinnamon crepe wow yeah there's a new tele there's a chocolate there's a bacon chocolate you got you guys have had new tele before right yeah but i don't get it really yeah big fan yeah that's pretty good yeah not big on that didn't didn't koby he had a big new tele deal yeah okay yeah that's the only time i heard of it was when kobe was representing dan patrick show brought to you by the twenty eighteen mercedes am g e class with suite.

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"kieran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kieran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I watched the first episode succession on hbo last night really good yup highly recommended great stuff there brian mcauley caulkins brother kieran is really good very very entertaining there couple of tweets here the problem i see with kids coming out of high school and going into the draft not all will make it to the g league let alone the nba there are many leagues overseas so i guess that could be an option uncle bob five seventy three's eire's smith from texas tech is a great example but freshman that can make a huge difference for year then up and leaves i agree with having to stay two years but mostly because i'm selfish and march madness yeah at least you're honest about this is that's why people get upset with the one and done why should we stand in the way of these kids if that's what they wanna do i'm fine with that i have no problem with that roger bennett will join us coming up we got crepes tyler the creator went out and got some crepes there and we had a crepe draft number one fritzy who never gets up for food even on meet friday jumped up when the crepes came in the room fritzy took a head number one draft pick their apple cinnamon crepe wow yeah there's a new tele there's a chocolate there's a bacon chocolate you got you guys have had new tele before right yeah but i don't get it really yeah big fan yeah that's pretty good yeah not big on didn't didn't kobe he had a big deal yeah okay yeah that's the only time i heard of it was when kobe was representing dan patrick show brought to you by the twentieth eighteen mercedes am g e class with we'd of innovative technologies one of the.

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"kieran" Discussed on Remade in America with Bassem Youssef

Remade in America with Bassem Youssef

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"kieran" Discussed on Remade in America with Bassem Youssef

"The dramatize seen a barbecue which kieran only enters after flashing her passport a powerful depiction of the difference between admission and acceptance and they came up with this idea of like how america in that dream it's kind of like the the notion of the fraternity the american fraternity is like you get into the you get into the fraternity and and your haste when you get in and then you are a member of the fraternity and then just kind of like this brotherhood and understanding that like people become citizens of this country but i think to the naturalized citizen it means more and so the end of that was kind of like i love the idea of imaginative realism like what what would this ideal kind of place b where we're all are you topi what would that be if it was fun and celebrate tori and kind of has an element of like whimsey to it and so that was kind of that barbecue scene and so we were like oh you flash past point you come in and there's sammy greets you and there's like barbecue on the grill and it's got an american flag is like meets and it's just gonna be like wild like a fun time that's what i think that's what the pitches when people think of america like the idealized version of it curing lays out to different takes america the idealized land of opportunity and the place where people hayes you even after you get into their club nothing's things worse than having the people you romanticize that people you idolize treat you like shit being brown in america is that challenge today but i can't imagine what it was like after nine eleven here and talk to her parents that in american hanging nine eleven happened i like any other merican i remember dealing with you know the tragedy of the twin towers of laos lives and then at the same time feeling that you know my patriotism was in question does that affect the way that you feel american yeah usually you know the merican flag is always considered a symbol of patriotism and i felt that when i bought the flag and needed to have it on my car that would protect me from being targeted i remember when i interviewed them there's something really heartbreaking about hearing that because it was a never a conversation that we had as a family together that my mother felt that way or my father felt that way so what i think is is like a kind of quiet small tiny tragedy is that everyone's kind of dealing with a sense of fear alone you know it wasn't a shared experience 'cause i remember it there's that thing i've heard other immigrants say this but when there's a terrorist attack it's a it's a terrible kind of switch in your brain that's like oh god please don't let it be a brown person like there's the irony of the relief of like a who was a white dude okay thank goodness oh i know that feeling really it's three separate feelings the initial reaction is relief but then you feel sad about the tragedy that just happened and finally there's some guilt that you felt n anything positive about it at all and that was death three stages of terrorism grief for brown people the human psyche is torture place why teak sometime to reset my brain let's stick a break to talk about our sponsors when we come back we will hear more from curious including how she's not a doctor but played one on tv so then leave us hiring is challenging maybe if and heads ziprecruiter she wouldn't have had to cast her actual parents in american hayes just kidding they have a lot of star power but if you have normal hiring needs there's one place you can go were hiring is simple fast and smart at place for growing businesses connect to qualified candidates that place is ziprecruiter dot com slash remade ziprecruiter.

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Apple to start paying €13bn Irish tax bill within weeks

Mac OS Ken

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Apple to start paying €13bn Irish tax bill within weeks

"More of its phones with its in house kieran chips of course qualcomm isn't the only chip maker with worries where i phones concerned some of the cellular based ban modems are made by intel as well should apple move to its own based ban modems wong things it's possible that apple will still employ intel relying on the company for its foundry services and perhaps for its chip design acumen as well apples at the start famous to ireland next month no doubt you remember but in case you don't the irish times reminds us the european commission ruled in twenty sixteen that the irish state gave up thirteen billion euros in legal tax aid and ordered that it pay the irish government the full amount plus interest while apple has well over thirteen billion euros laying around the piece as expected that apple will pay the total in a series of unspecified amounts all of it is expected to be paid by september though it may end up backing up als coffers apple and ireland or appealing the easy ruling that appeal as expected to be heard this fall on the third anniversary of the release of apple watch news of expansion for the latest model tuesday mark third anniversary as well as apple's acknowledgement that lt versions of series three of the watch or headed the three new markets i download blog says the dick tracy wrist radio addition of apple watch will hit denmark sweden and india on friday the eleventh of may pre orders will begin in each region one week ahead of release on friday the fourth of may.

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