35 Burst results for "Kira"
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"But i think that it it allows you to collaborate with people in other countries in you know in how can that not start to develop new cool kinds of music gamil it. The sky is limited in terms of somebody being able anyone being able to sit down and and record themselves. You know. I mean max come lift garage band on it. You know it is now you know is now very straightforward to to become a musician and put your music out there on the internet for someone else to here so i love that part of it. I think it's it's really punk rock that you can just start your own thing in and you are not constrained by having some suit you know at columbia records or something you know. Say this is interesting music. I think we'll make a record. You know that part's houck's you know so. I think it's it's great what's out there. I don't know what will happen in a live. Music is obviously taken a hit with the pandemic and and it'll be interesting to see as people start going out again whether it can recover. We've lost a lotta a lotta clubs. I'm sure across. The country lost a lot of promoters. Who couldn't make a living and maybe a lot of bands who who just couldn't survive you know so so it'll be interesting to see how the recovers network of touring. The news that existed may not exist right now. Well i mean here's here's open. Twenty twenty two is the year of the independent band. New clubs new new college radio stations. Yeah so what. What's what's next on under roadmap. I always have twenty songs in the works. You know with my process isn't going to change that much on as to whether y'all hear any of it that's another ball game I you know probably work on a few more movies in and do a bit more sound work before i retire early. Retirement is is something. I strive to but i'm not quite there yet so so So there will be some some slogging away on some. Some movies.
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"There's just a a sort of cool to to to do something in support of this and yet like we were just talking about it was all built so it was all built virtually in on over many years so so i don't know what's gonna happen but I'm definitely conscious of the fact that something like that would be an awesome thing. He awesome so. I think we're of approaching the end here but we have a few few questions going to wrap things up. And then here's the potentially weird what again but is there. Is there anything on your wikipedia. Page that you wish wasn't there or is incorrect. That's a good question. Yes notoriously the year of my birth has been incorrect in in the internet in general Saying i was born in nineteen sixty two all the time when i was born in nineteen sixty one. So it's not far off but it's but it's off it's not so much media but there's also a picture which somehow has turned into. This is tara and it's not me. It's furthermore clearly guitar player. And she's lying on her back and her skirt is somewhat up so it is it is. It doesn't unconventional photo. And it's not me you know. And it's not something that i think i would do. You know is is light down with my skirt up and play and it's not me and it's guitar in you know but but so there's this photo out there l. Come on and the truth is that you know black flag obviously is is sort of this big thing you know attached to me and it's two years out of my sixty year life and i've done a lot of other stuff and experienced a lot of other stuff so it sometimes feels like it would be nice and this has been a wonderful time to sort of attached to a little bit of news tough to to me and not have again no regrets but it is not all i've ever done in in life you know in fact you've done quite a lot feels like it over on this. So where do you see the music industry going in the future. Now that everything is more digital and more people can do or more remote look in terms of the business. It's as you. i'm sure no it's gone. Pretty harry. I don't think people think they should pay for musical anymore. Which is sad when you think about you know people who are actually you know slogging through trying to to do cool music and make a living at it. You know so so. That's too bad. And i don't expect to sell a lot of records because it's weird music and because people don't buy music so there's that But in terms of of the creation of music the fact that we can now you do it in a very. Diy kind of way is has opened up for for players who may be our remote who are not necessarily in the big cities or who on for whatever reason are spread across the country and ken can collaborate with each other in in more interesting ways. is awesome. I said i've been sending cassette since nineteen eighty eight back and forth doing virtual ban of to me. It's not that new but the fact that this technologies are increasingly useful in that way we can We can create things without ever seem real. It's always been a a style of mine..
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"Theory is not a set of rules. it's just a language private then otherwise then you don't need it. You can speak a language but when you have to talk to someone some guitar player like like. Hey it's actually has diminished seven in there. You know there's something in and an you have a language exactly But luckily i do. Most of my work virtually. So i don't have to explain things to people. They just have to figure it out exactly session files here. You go okay. So one other specific this theory geek sing here specifically on worse than rude. It's got the sort of nine eight feel to it. Which i thought was really fun and i was wondering if that if again was that. Something where you're like. Hey yeah let's do this in groups you're three groups of three or regions like this is how it's coming up. This is the structure No i always feel like my songs are always involved for three or four. Like i put a clip dry up when i'm writing it and i think it's really straight. Sometimes when the drummer gets a hold a bit. The song will take this turn. You know. I mean it's like the one changes or something fundamental shifts and i'll be like wow. I wasn't expecting that or he'll literally say to me. Well it goes into two three four here no it. Doesn't this you here but it's cool because it allows. That's what's cool about this music sort of allows you to feel it how you feel it but it's very It's not a plant thing and i actually have. You had something on a weird timing. I'll have a hard time with it. I'm not particularly rhythmically complicated in terms of you know. I have a friend devin. Half he's bass player. We actually do this bank awkward. We have a a an ep out and we He sent me some bartok. Which is this composer. Who's just blows my mind in terms of complexity right in the timings in these songs i i sit for hours and hours trying to figure them out feeling like a total loser and i've been doing music my whole life you know but The the truth is that Complicated time signatures. Vex me so. I certainly not ever setting out to be complicated that way. So but what. I love about that answer. Isn't it like there are people who definitely set out to make stuff that has complicated for the sake of being complicated. But then i i i remember one time sitting down and writing a refs enters. Okay i i like how this sounds for. Whatever reason was on a mandolin and then transferred over to a guitar and it wasn't until he had to then communicate to somebody else that i realized there was in thirteen. Count wasn't thinking about it. And i and that's the truth. Is i put a click track on. So i won't wander meander around too far but but i you know will play by appeal so if something if it does go into three four sometimes i have to let him say goes into three four given. You don't even think about it in the moment it's just like well. No this is just what sounds this is. What's in my head and my heart. This is what's coming out. Yeah that's awesome for indulging my geeking there. Do you think you'll be able to do like any shows or any. Kind of touring for this product is not lie intention to go on tour I have no regrets about about all of that. But it's not necessarily something. That i i seek out to do i am i am interested in in capturing on this stuff in some kind of live way but there is no actual game plan at this juncture..
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"Did start to be people who again. I think somewhat misunderstood it to be. You know anti success. But but i'm not so sure that it really was at first. It was about do your own thing be be your own sound. Be your own look around. Whatever and throw aside any you know preconceived idea of what you should sound like or or look like and at i. That was working because we really were underground. It was released small number of people in today. You know quote unquote punk. Rock is really big but they're people trying to establish these rules about what it should sound like. I disagree if the all have designed that way and there are rules. It's no longer. It's yeah exactly. Yeah i definition. Yeah who is like. Who's surprisingly nice person in in the punk world. I guess besides yourself very you know. We all know that. Everyone's nicer than maybe they're stage persona. But i think there's a lot of misconceptions. Let's let's take henry. Henry is extremely finally and he's he's he can be very kind and yet he's not particularly a social person so i think people perceive that as a front person he should we should all come up to him and talk him of course. This isn't what he wants is to be constantly. Come up to talk to so so they're starting to be this perception that he's this angry mean guy when he really just wants to be left alone like i do too in somewhat. We're kinda weirdos which is why we we do what we do but people attack onto this will. You should want to talk to me. You know some guy who comes up to him at a club you know should should. He should want to five minutes before we go on. Have a conversation with this guy when maybe all he wants to do is sort of get his head together before he goes on stage so he's a perfect example of someone who who i think..
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"Was punk but in other ways what defined punk was could you could say was being shut down by the fire marshal rubbing the riot squad show up you know. So so. In a way the the fact that we were outcast and underground and all of that was part of what was making that and by definition. That wasn't always great so you came in into backfire replacing another basis. Is that kind of a difficult thing to kinda step into somebody else's shoes like that was my favorite band doing so so absolutely i admire chuck and still meyer chuck and and i was playing with dez. Cadena would beden in black flag in a band called dc three practicing at the same place like five practice When i got a call from henry's saying that Chuck was out. And did i wanna jam with bill greg in stay after practice basically and jam with them and and yeah was shocked And but but they just asked me to join. It was sort of like. Hey we damned and then they said join so so in terms of it being hard. It didn't get hard until little cara. And her little hand had to The physical challenge of doing black flag. That was the hard part on. I didn't feel like the hard part was replacing chuck because i wasn't replacing guy. Couldn't replace chuck. It was really you know it was greg's band. They were making the decision in they hired me and it was just up to meet a to do a good job do what they were asking me to do. So so the hard part was that it was extremely physically challenging. Wasn't a creative part of my life. It was more like training for the olympics. Just like You know. Can i stay upright and make my fingers move in and not fall down or stop moving until it was no longer required of me to move so So that felt like hard part really make sense is so perhaps a slightly weird questionnaire so the entire e those behind punk rock seems to be nonconformity as we understand it from from our lens. And i'm wondering like ideologically. How do you feel about the challenge of balancing that ethos with also being in the music business right like actually making a job of it like like. How does that square with you. Never been liver bill in the music business myself. But but i think that yes..
"kira" Discussed on The Discographers
"Hey everyone tyler. Here friday i had the chance to chat with cure rosca. She is the former bassist for black flag. She formed dose with. Mike watt inches received two days for work as part of the sound teams projects. Like mad max. Fury road joker stars. Born and game of thrones on october nineteenth. Twenty twenty one. She'll be releasing her first so album titled kira on kitten robot records in this interview. We'll talk about replacing. Black flags established basis the punk rock ethos divorcing someone who happens to be the other half of your band while keeping the band together and being creative on a movie while servicing the requirements of the project. Kierra thank you for joining us. Pleasure to meet you lovely to meet you guys. So i guess we'll start off like when did you first start learning music catapult. You gotta play so. I actually started on on piano when i was six years old. I played classical piano from six till eleven. My brother and i both played in. He's he's my older brother eleven. I got frustrated because he was my older brother and always better than me and we were in competition. Of course. Because i'm extremely competitive so i quit and a few years later about when i was fourteen He was he had progressive rock band He had this this forty minute opera. That he had written very fancy he was into emerson lake and palmer and yes and throw cohen beds like that and anyway their bass player quit so i borrowed a bass guitar and started practicing really hard time to be good enough to be in this progressive rock band which i was never good enough to join. He eventually a little bit later. Got into punk rock which was good for me because the musicianship didn't have to be quite as high being pumped broadband which we then did together. A when i was about sixteen in in you know so we started our own band called wax w x. So it was about. Fourteen and i practiced like a crazy person. You know scales trying to learn this forty minute opera and just you know hours and hours and hours and i borrowed a rickenbacker bass. Which is why. I started playing recommend kerr base. It is 'cause 'cause i borrowed on knives said okay that's cool Eventually bought one or two.
Kira Davis on Why Left Media Ran With Hoax Border Whipping Story
"I feel like it's layered Dan I think everything you said is true It's both It's political expediency and we know that the last week will the mainstream media which is less wing media carries the water for Democrats So they're going to run stories and angles that are going to help Democrat politics and politicians So there's that angle to it But here's the other thing that I sincerely believe Most of the people in mainstream media are elitist they're wealthy they're highly educated so they've come out of the bubbles of academia and they live on the coast They feel guilty They feel guilty about who they are and what they have and what they have earned or in some cases not earned And this is their way of assuaging that white guilt Even people like joy Reid if we're going to call Larry elder the blackface of white supremacy then I'm going to tell joy read that she has severe white guilt It's a way of assuaging their own guilt for having the things they have So if they can make people believe that they're on the side of righteousness that they're the good rich people that they're the good educated people and then everybody else is bad they don't have to feel so guilty about not really doing much to help other people about living in their bubbles about driving their fancy cars about living behind their gates All the things they hate about rich people they are So in order to make them feel themselves feel better about it they have to take this angle of hey I'm a social justice warrior So it's okay for me to have these things because I'm one of the good ones
"kira" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kira Eisenberg is a comedian, writer and host of NPR's trivia show. Ask me another affairs debut memoir, Screw everyone Sleeping my Way to Monogamy. Has been option for a feature film The day After appearing told this story. She went back for her yearly mammogram and check up and all was normal. She was told she was part of the survivorship program, she said. She cried so hard. They asked her if she understood that it was good news. This'll Mother's Day. What is gonna happen? You know, it's it's also knew. I am not gonna expect anything. I feel like honestly, if Mother's Day means that just can go out for a walk or something. I am so Loki, I'd never want my child to do to me what I did to my mother. Which was make her breakfast in bed of some just terrible, like terrible, half raw scrambled eggs and some not toasted toast that the orange juice has fallen onto, so it's a little soggy, and then you just sit there with wide eyes and make her eat it by staring at her. And, you know, cold coffee, Please, Lucas you you do not have to do that. It's going to be just fine at the end of the mother's Day. If I can crack open a nice $8 merlot. From the wine, fridge and cheers that you know another day that we made it through all together. That is that is the best I could hope for. If for any reason you might want to. You can see a photograph of a fear Is wine cooler with a baby lock on it at the moth dot or g'kar. Mm hmm. The moth is brought to you by progressive insurance, offering a way to buy home insurance with.
Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring
"Kevin bacon returned kira sedgwick's engagement ring. Because she hated it. Can you guess the jokey lead the kevin bacon e jokey lead. I'll seven degrees of rang hating or this degree of. Let me tell you something. You're on the right planet. You're right there. you're hovering over the. Is it the right joke. It's the right joke continent. You're like hovering over the right continental joe. We're this many degrees from kevin bacon. But we know he'd return cures that what is it is. We're sorry. I thought it'd be easy. I know it's not easy but it is it. Is this call it. Six degrees of miscommunication. Oh happened to say
"kira" Discussed on Pantheon
"It's just a fucking tired stereotype. But kira is got her hands again. So i'm gonna cut to her. Go for it kira. tell me l. always wrong again. he yes. We've we've now over and overgrown to this will as it literally does he mean it literally and making fun and and whatever and yet you can if you take some of it literally. You know which i'm fine. What you doing then. It's like okay literally. Does that sound racist yeah. I can't say that doesn't sound racist literally although literally if she just ran with the mexican guy and you're not taking that as a derogatory statement. Then maybe it's not. I don't know but you wouldn't. You wouldn't mention mexican if it was just i agree. I wouldn't yeah i agree i agree but if i was ten to twenty years over maybe i would. I don't know you know there's a lot going on in the country with a lot of people thinking about immigrants. Had having really strong feelings about them do i know do i find it offensive. Yes but that doesn't mean it's not happening so yeah we can just say he's racist and it has to do with you know that stuff that's been happening and you know i think i don't think he's got long. I don't think he's actually. I don't think he actually thinks that way. I think it's now. Is he effectively. Making whatever point he's trying to make by saying it and i don't i don't get it. I don't get what the joke is. If it's not that. So i don't now that's that's my feeling on it. Is he just trying. Is it just for the the quick shock of like. How is he being racist. I don't know and then that's great. That's the case. Yeah that's a little boring and safe is it. Does it mean something deeper. I don't know it hasn't been communicated effectively. Is it being i. It's just a. It's hard to tell it's hard to say..
"kira" Discussed on Pantheon
"I don't know iggy pop's like draw and of the stooges was being fucking raw invulnerable and scared and scary like being in pain and sharing that pain with you and like saying the leaders of rocco rock. They're all in it for the money and we're also kind of in it for the money but not really sorta. Yeah because why not. That kind of stuff doesn't get to that but saying you get old and you need it more that gets to. That lured to yeah. Is that fair. Kira nick and we'd be friends again. I just think that the fact that i don't necessarily understand exactly what he's saying. Does it mean that about lyric. But but yom won't necessarily always know exactly what he's saying. I think what he's saying is the leaders of rock doke rock and we're better than lake i. I don't hear the part about. We're better than them. Explicitly said okay. That is a fair peace. To all i mean. He's trolling he. He trolls by nature. So yeah he's totally everybody but he chose himself to. You might be right. Yeah every i mean when he says every tricky dick head has got it wrong. Is he talking about himself is he. Is he pointing the camera back at. You know back at him. Maybe maybe you're right i could. I could be missing it. But even that i feel like for every one of those are like for every one of those lyrics. There's like a whole lot of kind of filler in my mind. Dr filler dr filler. It's not bad this isn't terrible and none of us. We wouldn't even be discussing this album. Obviously it for the fact that the stooges were so legendary and had the triple threat. You know those three albums that changed everything you know what. I mean like the fact that they're on this high ass pedestal and he certainly wouldn't have invited me to stay. We'll know we wouldn't have talked about it..
Johnny Depp Allegedly "Romantic" With Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow talks about Public Scrutiny
"I daily please. Welcome scott tweeted back to the show so much for joining us come for the christmas trees decorations. Everything christmas tree competition between justin. And i later in the show's to stick around for that. Okay it's a new way to light up your tree all right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this. Mean buddy but it's bunny but it's not all right. Well let's move on now normally when you're not dealing with an ugly trial there are so many perks. Do being a famous actress. Money fame and boyfriends. Like brad pitt. But gwyneth paltrow says the cost of fame was so high that she didn't want to keep doing it. Here's how she explained it on sirius. Xm's quarantined with bruce part of the shine of acting. What wore off. You know being in such intense public scrutiny beings a kid who's like living every break-up on every headline like being criticized for everything you do say in where show and also the the you know you're you're it's so transitory you're always all over. You think was more famous for her acting or for headlines. Sometimes i think back. In the olden days of hollywood in the early two thousands they kinda sorta went hand in hand. I think you became more famous when you were in a couple. And i think that's why a lot of times eight listeners hookup because they realize that their currency is doubled. Now still true today. The people don't use it as much as the used to i think. Stars kerry washington a-list stars mindy kaelin. They don't really use their relationships. Kids that are personalized very much. They have restricted that access and they got smart because they realized that once you do it once you can never stop ever even if you wanna stop it yet. Can't do it also in tech entrepreneurs and the new this out is yeah. I agree with you. i think for me. She's always been movie star. I assure the tabloids all the time about relationships but nine hundred ninety eight was her year sliding doors shakespeare in love expectations that was about the film's first and foremost and then after. That came all this when i started google and that created like a whole new kind of door to joe. And yeah she. She's now opened the doors to say like whatever. But i also think he's at a point now where she is just like take handles it all so much better. That's why she's clearly pursued kept pursuing this staying in the main stream and being super famous at the way she could've hidden away and not been out and about but she's everywhere like does not shy away at all so she's clearly got come to terms with this. I do think like it always helps if you can get into a relationship with another celebrity. I mean if you're trying to increase your fame. I'm that's why you have so many I'm using i know wags is not a bad term but i mean the women who there are a lot of women that go after just famous people are a lot of men that just go after famous women and it's like they do that for a period of time because they're really trying to increase their stardom and it helps
Johnny Depp Might Have To Fork Over His 'Romantic' Messages With These 3 Famous Actresses
"All right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this.
FDA allows 1st rapid virus test that gives results at home
"Of the first rapid Corona virus test that can be performed entirely at home. It delivers results in 30 Minutes the FDA has granted emergency authorization to the single use test kid. From Look. Kira Talf Callie, and that's a California manufacturer, The Wayne County Board of Canvassers
"kira" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Problems. And companies like Kira on others to help address the complexities that come with the desire to implement subject. No, that makes complete sense and and being aware of all that When I see it all the time in our industry, I see large corporations in particular being very careful about how information is disseminated. No, you can't use this list if it wasn't approved and so on and so forth, And that's all good, because that's all building trust. And you're on your own kind of joked about how you look at all these emails coming into your inbox, No dough and subscribe here. Defiance described there. It's just there's so much to stay on top of and you know, I think a lot of it also, to kind of gets down to noticing what you're doing every day, and I think that's one thing that covered really helped us with, frankly is forcing us all to take a break and take a deep breath and not be driving around so much and flying around so much. It gave us some time to be a bit thoughtful and reflective about our own lives and pay attention to what we do every day. Right. There's a lot of times you don't know unless you're doing it in front of a mirror or a virtual mirror of some kind. Or you listen to what someone else tells you about what's happening. But, folks, we'll pick this up right after the break. Don't touch that dial. You're listening to the strategic CDO right here on the radio. What are you doing to keep your nose clean. After all the nose is your body's air filter the first line of defense against airborne diseases. I'm Martin Hoke and I invented Nevada. The powered suction nose cleaner. Nevada's cleans your nose by flushing out allergens, mucus, dust and germs, including dangerous infectious germs. So, with all the horrible stuff in the air now is the.
Drums vs. Guitars
"From the brains behind brains on it smash boom best over people with big opinions. I'm your host, Molly Bloom and you're listening to smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today we've got a musical match up to get your toes tapping it's guitars versus drunk. This is going to be a tough one for all the music lovers out there. Team Guitar knows how to move us with a melody but team drums has the beat here to make some big decisions is our judge Kira Hello Sarah Hi I'm Cara and in today's debate Excellent, we are so happy to have you here. So before we meet the debaters, I want to check in with you and see where you stand. Do consider yourself a musical person. Not so much I used to play piano a couple years ago but as very now. What kind of is your favorite music to listen to dislike any normal prison like I like a lot of rob? R.. V. Is. And do you ever get into debates with your family or friends me and muster we both do debate but at home is really just like silly stuff like our judge is our parents of late. Okay. Then go X. mom like were arguing the will ask mom and then she'll yellow boo-hoo. So as an experienced debater, what advice you have for our debaters today honestly for me the only person that matters Jana in this debate like the only opinion is mine so. Just keep that in mind just try to touch me Make. Sure. It's like I understand what you're saying and I get it because if I don't, then it's like who else is supposed to get it. Excellent. I'm so glad you are a judge today and I think it's time to welcome our debaters to the main stage. Let's kick it off with Tommy. McNamara. WHO's here to represent team drums. Hi Tommy. Low, I'm so excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence. Why are drums clearly, the coolest. Okay. Drums are the coolest because they combine rob power and expert precision like if the world's strongest person also had the best handwriting. Very. Nice and now let's meet Tommy's fierce opponent here to REP team guitar. It's Rosie Dupont Hirose Rosie. Hi, Molly. So rosy yes. In a single sentence, tell us why guitars are the greatest. Here. We go. Guitars are the dogs of instruments because they're man's best friend interesting will strong opening sentiments all around almost ready to get this debate started. But first, let's review the rules of the game. Are Debaters will compete in four rounds of raucous reasoning and our judge hero will grade them on the facts and logic they used to make their case round. One is the declaration of greatness when each debater has the floor to present all the coolest things about their side. Each debater has just thirty seconds to make rebuttal. Round two is the micro around a creative challenge that both baiters have prepared for in advance. Round three is the sneak attack a surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes, and the last round is the final six when both sides have just six words to sway our judge. Hero will award points as we go but she won't reveal the tally and our winner until the end of the debate. All, Cure. You have two points to award this first round one for the best declaration and one for the best rebuttal. So keep track of both as you're listening, are you ready? Awesome Roseanne Tommy Are you ready. Yes. Molly I've never been more ready in my entire life. Fantastic. That means it's time for declaration of greatness. Arbitrators have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin and Tommy you're up I it's time for you to beat the drums for well drums. Take it away drum roll please. Ladies and gentlemen we are here to honor the backbone of music the keeper of time the ruler of the rhythm drums. Drums are essential to making music fun. Don't believe me try to dance without drums always. Some instruments? Guitars. have faded from modern music but not drums rock hip pop jazz are NB. All used drumbeats most bands in America today use a standard drum kit. You know what? I'll let them introduce themselves. The Bass Drum. I'm the biggest and Lowest Roman the kit arm operated with a foot pedal. That doesn't mean you should kick me. Air I hang out in the middle of the drought kit with my two buddies. Hey I'm Tom and I'm Tom we're the Tomtoms we're twins we're deep and maybe a little Milanovic Hey, tom what does the bad drummer loses watch? He couldn't keep time. A few to let's talk symbols. Hi I'm Hi hat I'm not actually a hat I made up a few symbols on each other. I can be opener shut using effect pedal like this.
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"And took like ten of her friends from school I was even that close with her she took like ten of us to like we had our own private box at this stadium to see Taylor Swift show, and that was like my first concert experience and I was like is this what all concerts But actually my very first time I ever was like went into a venue and saw someone playing music was drake bell. WHO ended up being the first person I ever went on tour with net. We ran into each other at a like an autograph signing the Comic Con Convention and started talking because we have the nickelodeon connection and I think he and his girlfriend at the time. I talking to my dad about like Oh. Did we get the new mix? He was like, Oh, you'd be music and all of a sudden we were sharing music with each other and they were like we're going on tour we need N- opener and I ended up going on this tour performing all the music that became off brand and a bunch of songs that didn't make it on off brand and even a couple of hundred songs and yeah, he was the first tower I ever went on. We played like vigil. For Show Yeah I remembered it halfway through tore. Memory that had been stuck in the back of my brain because I was eight I think maybe nine he was probably he's like a teenager. Down he's still on drake and Josh asking like as because especially because it's you remember your first Broadway show. Well I mean my I was in your mom actually. So my first Broadway show was seeing duty the beast a gazillion for time. And I know I saw several shows that my dad music directed and probably several shows that my uncle caused. Music directed was probably wicked and then. In the heights. In the heights remember had a big impact on me and part of it is Alex is a super close family friend. He's my uncle. Essentially, my dad gave him his first job my dad like hurt him playing. Were you. You're the most talented human being in the entire world walking into your house seeing your dad with Stephen Schwartz now. Yeah. Like draw fellow the..
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Okay. Is something that I'll hold onto forever. I'm a fan like, I. Think it sounds it sounds great and I hope everybody listening if you haven't heard already. Can Listen Care Khazar in seren Kericho cases you ready for the question round. Let's do it. Let's do it. All right. First question the question is, what is your phone background? My phone background right now is an image by Jeff Kepler who did my songbird album art that is just a beautiful moon in a sky before that it was my dog. Delilah. And before that, it was a picture of the sunset at the top of my favorite mountain La Speaking of Delilah Alan. See Our patriots subscriber has a question is if you could have any pet, what would it be? I mean Delilah is pretty great. I know realistically like one day when I had a house in a partner I, want a golden retriever I would love lab and I would love like maybe like a bird is not dog because my family had one when I was little but yeah, I don't crave like a weird exotic animal like, yeah I'm good I wanna I wanNA huge turtle. Can you imagine having a really big turtle first Galapagos fits you so. I play, of course. I actually had a couple of friends who lived in Malibu had like four massive hundred tortoises. That's amazing. I. Love That I. Love that for you. Like a really like beautiful while trained monkey. A. Monkey shoulder like pirates who like Pu like. Moment, that way I change my answer I want oppa allowed the best pet. I want. We really think the show should have been called of the last Arab is literally. He's The star of the show through Papas them VP CEO is. Actually the president of the company. NEW PRESIDENT NICK is. Hilarious of the, do you have a nonmusical hobby yoga I don't know if that's necessarily a hobby. Is. A way of life. Yeah. But I mean I've been practicing like Jasa. Bossa Yoga for really isn't those little but like really seriously had a consistent practice for eight years. I've had a really super crazy consistent like yoga sculpture practice for the past three years and I actually right as quarantine was hitting was about to get certified as a yoga instructor, which is not because I will probably teach off like needed the job. But because I feel like because my passion has become my career I. wanted one hobby that was solely for me and that is what that is also love hiking your solid rollerblading to know. I mean Okay Roller Skater because I was a pretty good ice skater when I was younger and I got real frigging stir crazy during quarantine because all the gym's closed and you can only do so many. Gosh Darn Burke's before you lose your mind. So I, got myself a pair of skates because I was on tiktok watching girls girls in bikinis on roller skates, and I was just like I WANNA to be. That it'd be one of them. We Win biking and rollerblading I thought you did all right despite i. knew that the Downward Hill leaving your house was gonna be rough but once we got onto flat ground although it was funny because like I kind of forgot about how different the rate of speed between.
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Originally just a show with like you know seven or eight episodes, and then we got extended extended all of a sudden. It was six years and one, hundred, five episodes and leash. Seventy two countries leader. Yeah. That's I mean and that was thing is like we've had a funny experience learning about your life back. Because most of my friends are two years older than me again because I skipped two grades here's the older I'm sort lucky in that. Most of my friends were just two years too old to have watched my show right get to meet people with a clean slate, which is nice. Well, it was it was funny because we we did go back and watch you know like. We didn't watch an episode. We watched the interview stuff like that, and it felt like almost like a different world like a different person in every way what was say like a high and I mean obviously finding a high and low of six years is crazy like what would you say? It was like a high of the experience alot wants to me maybe you learned from. I was the highs of the experience were live tapings because it gave me that element of live performance that I really love. Whether it's theater or music or whatever else. The. The biggest thing that I'm grateful for from the show genuinely is that I traveled the world they used to every hiatus they would send us to do press in other countries. I've been to almost every continent with nickelodeon and that's I. Know it ridiculous opportunity that like I'm just stupidly grateful for. You know this such a silly little thing. But like winning a Kid's choice award was really cool because if you had asked me when I was ten years old, what's your number? One biggest pie in the sky will never happen dream it was I want to have my own nickelodeon show and I, want to when it comes choice award saw and then they happened. To have been, which I will say opened up a whole other can of worms because then I was like my God, my life's biggest. Is Different is it has been my life's big stream has been achieved. So now what I was GonNa ask you like like when you get the thing, you want, what do you do? Right? You know it's it's funny that I'm saying that sentence sitting here as an artist on your podcast the reason that I didn't really have any professional aspirations is an artist yet is because music has always been my therapy. so He's been catharsis. It's always been the thing that I turned to when I was stressed and so ever since I was little I was always terrified of training it into my career because I didn't WANNA lose my escape and turn it into something that causes me stress. It has. Know it's part of the territory. I wouldn't change it for the way. You you find I. Think we've all found the nuance of blocking off. Okay. Well, here's the therapy time right Time when you're a little kid, you think I to be happy all the time and then you grow up and you realize work is work. Whatever career you choose you're gonNA have hard days but if they're hard days begin. Because, you care about what you're doing those holidays are worth it rather than hard days where you're doing something that you don't have any desire to be doing. So yeah. So those are high points I'm not I'M NOT GONNA lie I pleaded off very cool when I saw the kids choice award, your your place I was like it's always a fun moment I was. I was like I was like I was trying to just sort of like, oh, that's a cool. The kids chose you. That's a cool little. I'm like can I can I hold it? You're like you can. You can. You can you can you can hold?.
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"And I was like Oh my God all I do is watch nickelodeon and Disney wool in it. Yes. It was a dragon Joshua Carleen. Narrows a little earlier than that. Then it was like it was like wizards of waverly plays. Towards the later. In Florida, it was like sunny with a chance. Oh, and I remember actually watching the title sequence of that show where she gets the call and goes to Hollywood and my mom. Would ever want to do and I was like of course but that doesn't happen funny enough Audrey Whitby who was on Serandon End Up playing my best friend on NICKELODEON. My best friend for many years. Did you ever express that to her? Yes. I told her that the first time we hung out I was star Trek. I don't think I ever heard like the TV and willing, but I did very secretly I would never tell anybody I wanted to be a part of the naked brothers band. Amazing I was so upset wonderful I go to yoga with them. So, so anyway, all of this is to say, my dad heard rumblings of a Disney inclined acting teacher coming Florida teaching acting workshops. and. So he asked me if it was something into I said, absolutely signed me up the acting teacher came and I did this class and I just felt I felt like I was home I felt like I had found my people and I had the greatest time in this workshop was like a three hour workshop with an Improv class. And the teacher was like you're good at this you have you have something here. Do you WANNA maybe like come to this other intensive so came to the other intensive in Florida and then at the end of that, he was like if you want to have a summer camp out in La called Kelly would and this this camp is still up and running. It's obviously evolved into something much more magical since then and I've. been a counselor now for years, I directed a short film for them last year that the kids it's also become a part of it, but he invited me out to La and the first couple of years I was here. I got my agent she was like you gotta move to La and then a manager who was like you should really to allay and I got two or three auditions and call backs on all of As a kid having people being like, Oh, come to la you should. It wasn't even overwhelming so much as absurd. And I live in Florida, what are you I to go home next week I have an eight week ballet intensive coming up like what and I remember I remember actually being in the meeting with my who became my agent as a kid my dad goes I.
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Ear Right. Well, the first time listening to them or like I could improvise along with him. In the first time he was playing James Taylor, Song Him, and picked up my guitar, and I just started playing and singing with him in harmony and I was like, okay, cool. Now, we are in some way musical peers even speak the language I can speak the language. We have a conversation right Oh what a lovely. Circle moment. I'm sure that's how he felt. By Me Megastar with the express rule of I'm going to buy this for you. You have to learn how to play every James. My mom, my mom low James. Hill. But like my dad was a rock person. So it just wasn't. It wasn't going to happen is that where you're pop punk inclination? That was a little bit I mean because I was like you know I grew up with like sort of the s Palmer, mother progress. Actually it was when I was saying to your mom, I grew up with like. Persson Lake and Palmer and then the pippen. Soundtrack. which is just A. Very different very different. You know whatever I think Broadway brings out more pop punk than say prog rock does but there was also a bunch of punk bands in my hometown and that was where that came from using No but I think it's very, very cool how you guys all interacted in that space though, and obviously you guys love James Taylor like you lovely songs but I feel like there's also a turning point when you have that that dynamic when you start writing to yeah, I remember my dad getting very like you know. Choked up because he's like Oh my God like a song exists that my kid you know my moment like my dad was always very supportive of me writing music he always encouraged I never had a journal or a diary. It was always writing songs from the time I was five or six none of them were really very cohesive until I was probably twelve or thirteen but I do remember I think the day that he started taking me seriously as a songwriter was sitting at the piano in our living room in probably Florida where I lived there from ages seven to twelve and I was playing a song I had just written and he said Oh that's Rela. Oh. Apple for sure now I I wrote it and he stopped and he was like you're joking and I said no, and he was like Lauren. Marin come here and my mom came in she's like, what? What what am I don't say anything just play the song for her and I played it and my mom I think said the same thing she was like Oh. Is that Lisa? Ingrid Michaelson or you know Natasha Bedingfield or like. Now Lebron. Koby Calais was she said This is like who she was listening to what the Ryan. Called girls and. Like early two thousands, pop girls, and there wasn't the HBO series. No Lena Dunham but yeah, that was the day I. Think my parents were like Oh, and it's interesting because we had a similar day the day that I think they started taking me seriously and actor and realizing that I could potentially have. The potential.
"kira" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Talking line is a podcast focused on artists artists conversation. We're primarily artists duo called sleeping lion, but we've been lucky enough to write produce and hang out with so many incredible artists since we started our project whether it's at sessions or Party's over cups of coffee, we've talked our creative friends about everything music life love, and all the subtle complexities that come with being. In. The middle of journey talking line is about hitting recording these conversations and sharing them with you. There's no real structure nothing really prepared, just friends talking about life and what it's been like and where it's gone, we now have Patriot for fans of our show to help keep this going subscribers will become a part of the show in various ways from providing questions to our guests to getting a shout out on the show to actually being. On the show to chat with us, we'll even send you a monk to check out our Patriot on at Patriae dot com slash talking, Lyon. We recorded this episode with a close friend. Kira Cora I run into cure a couple times around L. A. But we only hit it off and we both wound up at the same she bought Party hosted by Matthew Chaim shortly after we all went into quarantine and cure an ice hours face timing. Eventually protesting the other informing quarantine pod. She's now one of our closest friends some context for this interview we've been in quarantine for a few months with Kierra. So we recorded this interview person she just released her EP. Songbird a prolific songwriter, incredible vocalist and distinguished actress Curcas ran is one of the most talented kindness people we've been lucky enough to.
"kira" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Be ba doobie 20 Okay. I don't want to sleep. I don't want to walk away thinking never see those days. I don't know what this is happened Probably Got to do But you know that I'm not a friend of mine. When I leave this open, you'll find someone else because you're still young. There's so much we haven't done. Get married. Start a family. Watch your husband with his son, which she could be, But it will be someone hold my goto You want life was kind of slow, but I got so many blessings. You suck side. It's a landing. Yeah, I'm happy that you're here with me. I'm sorry, Kira. You would always make me here taking a walk into the bark. You would jump.
Lack of Accountability for Police Violence is Solvable
"This is solvable. I'm Jacob Weisberg. There is a lack of accountability for police, violence and one part of. Solving that is to give federal prosecutors more tools, so they can actually prosecute this cases. Approximately a thousand people killed during police encounters in the United States every year. And in fact, that number is held steady for nearly twenty years. Around half of those killed or white. Black Americans are more than twice as likely to die at the hands of police. They are killed disproportionately to their overall representation in the population. I'm thinking about. Say The shooting of Philander Castille. CAPLESS Tamir Rice twelve year, old boy, who was shot and killed by an officer when playing in a park in Cleveland. How do we achieve racial justice while protecting public safety? Lawyer Cheer Baynes believes the federal. Government has a key role to play. What exactly would you like to see? Happen there for Congress to lower the intense standard from willfulness recklessness, so that it would be a federal crime recklessly deprive someone of their rights under color of law to recklessly use excessive force for all the Americans who died during police encounters in less than two percent of cases, does an officer end up being charged with a crime? When you were at Doj how many times did specific language of willful thwart possible prosecution of of an officer? You think you felt a done something wrong. Routinely, that was the biggest barrier. It was always the central concern. Kira. Who's devoted his career to ending impunity for officers who commit crimes against citizens thinks we can fix this. The problem of lack of accountability for police violence is solvable. Cheering Baines is the director of Legal Strategies de Moth a racial justice organization before that he worked at the US Department of Justice, serving a senior counsel to the head the civil. Rights Division, that's the division that investigated. Ferguson Missouri and sued the city for unconstitutional policing and court practices. Baynes Co wrote the Ferguson report. Malcolm Bradwell spoke to Baynes about what needs to be done to solve the persistent problem of police impunity at the national level. To critical components are lowering the intense standard for the federal government to prosecute active excessive force criminally and using federal consent decrees to address systemic misconduct. You've been working on this question of how to make police better for quite some time right? Yes, actually. It's been an issue that's been. An issue that I've been distressed by want to do something about since I was a young kid. Actually the Rodney King case happened in the beating of Rodney King. One thousand, nine, hundred, one I was ten years old, and there are a lot of high profile incidents in the hundred ninety s with I'm dirty, yellow Louima and many other high profile cases of police violence police killings. Finish cared about as a high schooler for sure I can remember that were you in high school Chelmsford High School? It's a small town in Massachusetts next to the city of Lowell, maybe about thirty thousand thirty five thousand people. It wasn't like you were. LIVING IN LA or living in the Bronx where Ahmadou was shot, it was you were these were instance miles away. That nonetheless caught your attention. Absolutely these are national stories and I was very interested in. Civil Rights history even civil rights law. The role of lawyers in the civil rights movement. I think maybe juxtaposed that history and the principles underlying that movement with what I was seeing. Play out in terms of police violence in the country. At that time, and actually can remember. An organization called the stolen lives project that would collect information about the people who have been killed by police, disproportionately young black man. That is something that I recall, so. It's something I've. been working on for a long time ended up working on that some more in law school, focusing on it, and then it on my first job after clerking for a federal judge was to actually prosecute police misconduct cases including police violence. How early on you decide that? You wanted to become a lawyer depressingly early? Han actually I think I thought in high school. That would become a lawyer. What did you think of that decision? Well I'm an Indian kid and the child immigrants and so. I think a lot of people in that boat might relate. My mother wanted me to be a doctor. That would million other Indian children. Yeah Yeah. It's a common refrain and. Short of being a doctor, a lawyer was pretty good, so. But you know my family wasn't focused on these issues. These weren't the issues that they confronted him and they cared about it. In the sense research, generally aware my grandmother used to describe all this work as a community service or volunteer work and I'd have to actually get paid to do this job.
Medical Astrology in Practice with Kira Sutherland
"Hey there everybody Ceja Popham here founder of the School of Evolutionary herbalism in your host. Here on the plant pass and I know it's been quite some time since I've published a new piece of material here on the podcast and I'm really excited about what we've got in store for you here in this episode. I've got curious Sutherland. On the line here with me and in this episode we are going to be discussing with you. Some of the ways in which medical astrology can be incorporated into your healing practice whether you're an herbalist or a natural path or any form of holistic practitioner cure is just an incredible wealth of knowledge and understanding in clinical experience in. How medical astrology works Shira is natural path. A homeopath an herbalist a nutritionist. And we we met actually a number of years ago at the Renaissance Medicine. Conference put on by My medical astrology teacher Judith Hill and it was just myself and Kira and Judith and Matthew would there in Portland Oregon Teaching about these old old approaches to to healing grew using astrology and natural medicine. So I'm super stoked to have you on the podcast here cure. Thanks so much for joining US excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Yeah so let's start off by just sharing a little bit about Your coach to healing how you work with people. I mean you've got a really unique. Lots of different areas coming together in your approach from the herbs and the naturopathy. He end the medical astrology. And I'm just curious if you could share a little bit about your story and how and especially how the medical astrology piece came into play in your approach to holistic healing awesome. I'm I oh my gosh where do I start? I'm actually American borne in San Francisco but I my whole adult life has been in Australia. If you're my accent go in and out So I grew up in the seventies San Francisco so I was around a lot of alternatives. things thinking one of my mom's my mom's a scientist but her one of her best friends was an astrologer who comes to feed me stocks. That was always kind of in my in my cells or in my awareness but when I studied naturopathy in my early twenties in Australia so just to clarify to naturopathy in. Australia is an Undergrad Bachelor's degree. And then you go on a new upper stop some different style of naturopathy to North American one. But as I was studying naturopathy I got really frustrated that you know they have all these beautiful things know you talk about a lot in your book about the vital force and all the energetics but I got really frustrated. There was no system to put things through because my brain works really systematically and everyone was finishing off studying ir Veda or traditional Chinese medicine and I was like this isn't this doesn't make sense to me. That were natural. Medicine has been so long. Where's our system because we must have one and I was. Yeah and I was. I started looking for a system to things through and then if you go into the history of medicine as well as I luckily started studying astrology formerly at the same time I finally came across medical astrology with all the elements and the humor's and I was like. Oh here's our system. We just threw it out three hundred years ago in medicine and nobody knows about it anymore so for me. Medical astrology really was like. It's like icing on a cupcake of what I was doing as a clinician because it it gave me that whole system put things drouin understand people better and so I didn't. I mean I have studied a bit of. Tci A year of Ir Beta now as well. But it's for me. Medical Astrology was just as beautiful system to overlay on the herbs the nutrition. Yeah that's really how it came about for me Nice. Yeah I love how you said that in the way that and this is the thing that I discovered and founded my own experience to being best year was you know there's all this you know clinical evidence and studies in science and then and then it's like. Oh but if you want kind of more energetic perspective or everyone looks to the east you know to Chinese medicine or Veda or the other systems and it was like. Where's our Western traditional model? You know and I always felt that too. Like how heaters all these little pieces in bits and bobs. But where did they all fit together? And I think it's interesting how you know. He is always seen as like. Oh Lake pop astrology. Look it up in your Sunday Pierre. And it's Kinda hot hot funny funny but I think people really realize how central it was to to the practice of Medicine Right. It was. It was completely there too. Wet Three Hundred Renard. Two years ago an and it makes so much sense especially the energetics of the elements and I mean I know you go into that law in what you teach as well but yeah because the West we had it just as well as the eastern for me It just yeah. It really was that last little piece to really put it all together and it's by no means we call it whether hop astrologer you know. All the alternative stuff gets called wou-wou down here in Australia. Had Yeah it's just it for me. It's such a core part of when I look at a client even if a client. No-one using medical astrology gives me so much inside even if I just have their birthday around what systems I really need to look at for being the underlying cause of what's happening with them. It's just for me. It's that blueprints or road map with much. Better directions to the person. So for for maybe. Maybe there's some listeners. Out there that like the concept of medical astrology is like wait wet. Maybe just give a brief lake snapshot of like like how. How exactly does astrology apply to our body and our health and healing like how? How does that work? I guess in a in a kind of big picture overview Sherbourne here so you know if we go back in history Which I'm not a great history teacher but anyway all the way back to kind of Egyptian Times or even earlier. We have a hieroglyphics and drawings of what they called. Astro Manner Zodiac Nan. And it was. It was an overlay of the astrological signs. The twelve signs over the human body so in astrology we start with aries and we finished with Pisces. And so if you take those trump signs in overlapping on the Human Body. Aries is the head. Tourists is the neck and it works. Its way down to high-seas feature good each of the signs and the planet associated with each of the sides has rulership of a bunch of different body parts organs and functions. So we look at. Somebody's you know. Even if you only know your sunshine because of your birthday we look to that sign for your if you use it a loss and maybe overuse it so there could be a bit of a depletion or a lack of vitality going on in that area of the body or if if we know a whole astrology chart every planet with sitting somewhere when you were born and so if we can actually pull up the circle wheel of a of an astrology charts you can look where all your planets were gives you an even bigger or blueprints as to what's going on with your body physically
The Revenge of the 47 Ronin - January 30, 1703
"It's almost better than sports. The stay in history class is production of Heart Radio Harvey One. I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class. A podcast where we dust off a a little piece of history and place. It ever so gently on your shelf every day. Today is January thirtieth twenty twenty. The day was January thirtieth seventeen three a group of forty six Ronin in order Samurai without a master avenge the death of their deceased master by killing kit a Yoshinaga. Though the event occurred on January thirtieth based based on the Western calendar Japan used a lunar calendar at the time according to contemporary dating the event took place in Gin Roku fifteen on the fourteenth day of the twelfth month. This difference in calendars has caused some confusion. Over the date of the event that said the Japanese temple where the Ronin were buried holds a festival commemorating the event every year on December fourteenth during the Tokugawa period which lasted from sixteen. o three to eighteen sixty fifty seven Japan was under the rule of the shogunate or a military government. The shogun or chief military commander ruled in the name of the emperor. Aw Daimyo or feudal lords were vassals of the Shogun though they were limited from gaining too much independent Power Samurai no longer had to engage engage in battle since Japan was at peace but each Daimyo did hire army of Samurai to protect their families and property in Samurai still had Coz Ziff honor and conduct known as Bushido that they abided by Ronin often became masterless because they didn't fulfil their duties because they were defeated in battle or because because they're master fell from power or die if a summarize master died or was deposed the Samurai could choose to serve the new Daimyo but if his master was defeated or killed in battle or if he did not want to transfer his allegiance. The Samurai may choose to die by suicide. Those who chose to live as Ronin often did so in disgrace the story of the forty seven Ronin. One of the most well-known Japanese history began when emperor he got she yama stint imperial envoys from Kyoto to the shoguns court at Eto or present day Tokyo. A high official named Kiyoshi NOCCO was in charge as master master of ceremonies for the visit US Nagano. A daimyo from echo was one of the daimyo assigned to receive the invoice kid s about training meaning him and another Daimyo in court etiquette but kit a allegedly treated poorly possibly because of inexperience or because the presence awesome offered. Weren't good enough either way us. No attacked Kita wasn't hurt badly but awesome knows action was considered a huge huge offence. Arsenault was ordered to die by Seppuku. or a form of ritual suicide by disembowelment after awesome knows death. forty-seven his Samurai right led by OAC Yoshiko toes to become Ronin and seek revenge by killing Kita. They started gathering information on kid has house and they split up taking jobs as laborers in merchants to throw Canada and other shogunate officials off their trail. Oishi began to drink alcohol heavily and frequent Geisha the houses to alleviate suspicions and his agents began to think that the Ronin were harmless but on the night of January thirtieth seventeen o three the forty forty. Seven Ronin Matenaer. Eto One of the Ronin Ten Asaka Ki Ay Mon was sent to a code to announce that the rate on Cuba's mansion was happening. Other accounts of the incident. Say that he left after the battle but on this snowy night the Ronan told kids neighbors of their plans to attack his mansion and and they went forward with their plan after killing and wounding many of Canada's Samurai they found Kira hiding and beheaded him all the Ronin survived the attack back which lasted into the predawn hours of the next morning. They then took it as head to Austin as grave at the Sangha cousy temple and the story of their revenge and spread. The ronin were praised by many for their loyalty and for killing Kibbe. They had avenged the death of their master but their actions were still still illegal. Instead of ordering them executed the Shogun allowed them to commit. Seppuku a more honorable way to die. forty-six Ronin did so. Mr Buried at the same guy. Who
Saudi Arabia sentences 5 to death for killing of Jamal Khashoggi
"In Saudi Arabia. Today accord sentence five men to death for the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Ca Shoji the decision seen. There's a positive move by the White House but denounced by those who claim. The Saudi royal family was behind the killing. Kira Simmons has more tonight. The White House describing death sentences for the murderers of Washington Post journalist. Jamal Khashoggi as an important step. Saudi public prosecutor announcing capital punishment for five individuals for committing and directly participating in the murder. Another three men sentenced to a total of twenty four years in prison for covering it up but this man former senior adviser to the crown prince was cleared because of insufficient evidence the deputy head of intelligence also acquitted quitted that despite the believing Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman order the killing the crown prince denying Alicia in a September. CBS interview. You absolutely not. This was a heinous crime and many questions remain unanswered. Mystical short body is still missing. After he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. In October last year and was dismembered. The sentence is welcome tonight by one of Jamaica Shaw ji-sung's but criticized is by many around the world The Washington Post and a senior U. N. investigator cooling it a travesty of
Two dead in German synagogue attack on Yom Kippur
"Remco lean who's acting director of AJC Berlin joins us now from Berlin to discuss the anti Semitic attack on Yom Kippur afternoon against the synagogue in Hallo- Germany. REMCO thank you so much for joining us of course thank you renew now tell us what happened this week in Hallo- saw yesterday at around noon we got the first thoughts that was his shooting in which is a rather small city in the eastern part of Germany and immediately I messages we received so you know they were talking about there was a shooting at the synagogue on near the synagogue it wasn't like really clear from the beginning but you know if you hours in you know that AH story developed became pure and Kira that this terrorist tried to attack synagogue in other and it wasn't able doing that so he couldn't enter synagogue and because he wasn't like really sophisticated but sadly enough he was able to kill two random people in Holler and so that's like the short version of what happened yesterday it's interesting because when he didn't succeed to get into the synagogue thank God he shot someone if I understand correctly you shot someone on the street and then he drove to a Kebab restaurant which is kind of almost a a symbol of immigration and shot someone there you know it kind of speaks to the ways in which Jews and immigrants and Muslims uh-huh are kind of all targeted in certain situations by the same people of course yes but I guess I I really need to stress that I mean he obviously streamed his terror attack in the Internet and of course he's a racist and of course he hates Muslims but that's what I've learned from people who have seen the video and the livestream you put on the Internet and he immediately starts all this video denying the Holocaust and saying that behind all ills in society the Jews so you know it's main target and his main goal was to kill Jews from that's synogogue and you know after he failed of course he just passed by a Kebab shop and so again I haven't seen the video just you know I can only tell from you know whatever it in the news because I really don't need to see this bet she more or less really okay then you know I'd take the shop and so people there but again like you've gotta logical driven by hatred for Jews and Jews were his main targets and so I guess we really need to stress yeah we saw something similar last year in the shooting in Pittsburgh at the synagogue in Pittsburgh here in the US where the shooter was apparently driven of course by his hatred of Jews but specifically it was the fact that the synagogue had hosted like a a welcoming refugees event and he saw that as you know this kind of very classic Anti Semitic idea of the Jew as puppet master wielding all of the elements of society that you know he has a part of the so-called master race thinks of as savory so his way of pushing back against immigration was he basically felt that he was going to the source which to him was the Jews of course I mean the plays a problem you know guy who was an anti Semite very likely to be a racist and is very likely to hate Muslims so that all goes hand in hand but again like you was mainly driven by his tantric for his anti Semitism and so we ah we we just have to keep in mind and I mean again like you know these people that are always racist at the same time and I mean he he already in this video again I haven't seen it but just altruism some transcripts he also said like that you know feminism is the driving force behind declining birth rates investments ladies and you know that opened the gate you know for the refugees and you know by the Jews or letting all this migrant so of course you know there's always part of the apology of like people like him what did you think Remco of the response across Germany yesterday what happened both governmental and civil society Eddie and is it the right response so in terms of governmental responses security was a short up around Germany and this is still the case and all states as far as I know and we'll keep it this way for the foreseeable future and in terms of civil society Heidi I mean we had a few gatherings I mean we had to here in Berlin with a few hundred at these there were other gatherings and other cities and I attended the gathering here in Berlin and thankfully the chancellor showed up and express solidarity with the Jewish community but still I mean you know Berlin in the city ah like three and a half million people and you know three hundred people showing up that much I also have to stress that we had a case on Friday today I mean you know this week was very busy they could guy tried to enter to negotiate in Berlin with a knife and and AL sheltered slurs Israel so nobody wants their you know to so they're sort of a you know in this case so it's very sad that obviously people have to die people you know come out and shoulder so verity with the Jewish community I'm glad that you bring that up Remco because in just the past seven days there have been they've actually been to anti Semitic attacks or really attempted attacks in Germany of course the shooting and hollow which made international headlines but also this attempt to bring into a synagogue in central Berlin on Chabad by someone who if I understand correctly it was a Syrian refugee screaming Allah who are men the F. Israel he wasn't quite so polite as I was you know it really highlights for people the fact that anti Semitism is not something that only comes from the far right and it's not something that only comes from radicalized Muslims but it comes from both of those sources also comes from the far left do you think that in Germany there's an awareness in an appreciation for all the different sources of Anti Semitism today unfortunately not because as already right they said you know we have anti-semitism on the right that we have seen today although we are their Muslim anti-semitism which it's Friday here in Berlin we have the coming anti-semitism just thinking what PDF's and all this anti Zionism but we have also an anti Semitism mainstream society so it's coming I'm from all corners and you know people are very good at you know always like picking v. anti-semites their own ideology meeting like you know the Nafta's always pointing to the right the Conservatives always pointing to the left and I don't have the feeling that there's a deep understanding of how fundamental problem is that it's been political dishes are outlooks and this is a problem that we have like an all corners of society and not just in just one on one of my friends put out on twitter that a friend of his WHO's a rabbi in Hamburg Germany that he had requested police protection for Yom Kippur Synagogue and was re accused the police actually told him that they didn't understand why the synagogue would need protection do you think that this is a turning point is this going to be a seminal lament in Germany's understanding of the resurgence of antisemitism. Do we think that in the future police will recognize that Jews need to be protected I can only also but nowhere in talking about security you can say that we are talking about the bigger cities in Germany prank for Berlin Munich The the security is already good thought you know when you go to Jewish communities and spawners cities I mean as we've seen yesterday and you know there was not even police officer in front of this and I walk on poor and this is something that is just simply unacceptable and I've been in today and I would can you to be tomorrow and contact with authorities and officials and stressed that you know this right knowledge like the most important thing that you know security not the most important right on that every community every community every Jewish institution has to have proper protection in Germany and not only right in our you know the next three weeks but permanently because what happened yesterday can happen again and that you know a Jewish community doesn't have depiction is unacceptable and it's acceptable that's security and you know the life of Jews in Germany depend on you know how thicker doors because you know people didn't die yesterday in the synagogue you know thankfully didn't happen because the doors to the terrorist wasn't able to enter the synagogue and gave up for and again like right now the most important thing is that security is tightened in every community and for every Jewish institution in Germany so that's one thing you know what are we specific clearly looking for Germany to do and really we can broaden this to to all of Europe what needs to happen now to ensure that Ju- stay safe for all we have to recognize the problem very very cuny and we have to understand the problem we have to understand the problem is in you know we find this problem in every corner of society the leftist the right Muslim in the mainstream we have to address it properly we have to make sure that this is after we've tested and analyze that there action taken and that you know civil society supported in their efforts to counter anti-semitism and you know there are a lot of great civil society league groups that we as AJC in Berlin work with and doing an awesome job and what they're doing and you know they have to have the proper funding because this is nuts something that the state can just do so we need the support here and the civil society and yeah so that would be like the two immediate steps and certainly I mean just talking about Germany I mean we've talked about the case on Friday where this guy was tried to end I mean he was released Kathy even twenty four hours after that he tried to enter this and our goal with a knife and this is also not acceptable and there's also something you know the the politicians have to look into to see you know where we can tighten the law and that these people are at a guy like the guy on Friday you know it's not released it almost immediately and because they said there were no grounds on holding him which is you know he obviously tried to murder juice so that's not a reason to hold somebody in custody you know what is well Remco we're glad to have you on the job we know that there is much more work to be done thank you so much for updating us on this tragic an important development
Possible 'Star Wars' Live-Action TV Shows In Development
"So h shows based on the following characters Landau Cal Ripken Kira from solo star. We're story fin PO Damran young Princess laya, captain fazah rose Tico the night. Of Ren and something called Darth bane, which I've never heard of before this. But is apparently a character who is mentioned in one of the Star Wars, I guess novels and then appeared briefly in the clone wars he was voiced by Mark Hamill? He's like an ancient sift character. So yes, that is the the latest rumor is that all of these characters have shows in the early early stages of development. I I don't have any of this true.
Colorado River, Colorado River Water and Senator Dick Durbin discussed on Jay Talking
"Piper a night on the Colorado river turns tragic after a crash in which to recreational boats carrying. Sixteen people collided head on on a stretch of the river that marks the California border with Arizona correspondent Maria reality the Mohave county sheriff's department received, numerous calls about. A crash involving two boats on the Colorado river Water air pirate cove parts of the river are closed as dive teams continue to search for four. Missing people the crash near the Milwaukee regional park about two hundred, and ninety miles east of Los Angeles is a popular recreational spot that was crowded with people for, the Labor Day weekend, investigators believe one boat was heading north and another was heading, south, when they hit head on at about fifty
Emmy Rossum leaves 'Shameless'
"Reporting actress EMMY Rossum is leaving the. Hit comedy series shameless after nine seasons she made the announcement in a Facebook post yesterday she tonight say why she. Is leaving but wrote that playing her character Fiona Gallagher has been a gift. The show is executive producer John wells told USA today that he's working on a sendoff awesome that. Will honor the great work that he says she's done on the show a season of shameless premiers. On September the
Colorado, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Ashby and Dr Chris Carey discussed on Colorado's Morning News
"Payment to attorney michael cohen during the two thousand sixteen run up to the presidency president trump has denied filtering money to cohen for a payout two adult film star stormy daniels we have seen that interview on air force one time and time again where he is asked about that hush money that one hundred thirty thousand dollars paid stormy daniels and he has said no talk to michael cohen he's my lawyer so now buried in in a footnote on page forty five of of all these documents is his mandatory mandatory personal financial disclosure report so there are a lot of questions at hand right now abc's kira phillips reporting president trump will meet with nato's secretary general today the two are expected to talk about north korea's threat to pull out of the upcoming summit with president trump during a photo op yesterday he said we'll see what happens north korea is upset about joint military exercises that are being conducted by the us and south korea the north is also apparently unhappy about trump's insistence they need to denuclearize denver health medical center will soon be the only hospital in colorado to offer male to female gender reassignment surgery it will also be one of the only only ones in the country to do that as well dr chris carey is learning the surgery and says it can be miraculous for those who elect to get it done waiting entire lives as long as i can remember for these types of surgeries lifechanging denver health already has about one hundred people on its waiting list beginning in july the hospital expects to perform one two surgeries each week on hawaii's big island earthquakes and bulk cannock fog adding to the threats from hawaii kellaway of volcano a four point four magnitude quake shook the volcano main caldera yesterday damaging roads and buildings at hawaii volcanoes national park ashby looms from the volcano set off a red alert for aircraft and raise the threat of acid rain in the region another big threat the toxic smog belching out of over twenty cracks in the earth that have opened up over just the past two weeks movie goers are excited to get to see a superhero again this time he'll likely take down avengers infinity war the more r rated comic book rajini deadpool.
Unruly passenger tased, removed from American Airlines flight in Miami
"Barricades with desks for protection girl right by me didn't want to shoot people at that point the adrenaline and the excitement faded immediately a school resource officer took boucher into custody who apologize well being led away in handcuffs boucher now faces multiple charges he's being held without bond that's abc's adrian bankrate reporting there all a flight from miami to chicago delayed for an hour last night after a fight broke out between its passengers abc sharon reed has that listen to the arrest of an american airlines passenger was caught on video and posted via twitter user jabbar yannis says the passenger seemed agitated and was saying racial slurs as he boarded flight twenty four forty six american airlines says the man got into a disagreement with a passenger well the jet was still at the gate then the altercation drew physical after all the passengers rask larrikin says the passenger became combative with miami dade officers the airline says he was finally removed after being tasers and taken into police custody the flight left after about an hour delay with the remaining passengers onboard sharon reed abc news komo news time one twenty four year komo aaa traffic we do it every ten minutes on the fours once again kira jordan avenue crash in seattle this is heading eastbound on denny at stewart in the right lane blocked but so far i'm not seeing a big backup there we also have a new crash in olympia this is partially blocking the northbound one zero one ramp to black lake boulevard southbound four or five seeing a slow down a little slowdown approaching five twenty though nothing's reported is blocked southbound four zero five is also busy brown coal creek and then again around forty four this traffic brought to you by.
Concern over Russian ships lurking around vital undersea cables
"The possibility of underwater communications tampering here shirley smith there's rising concern about the vulnerability of more than four hundred undersea cables that carry most of the international calls emails text messages military information and other communications made every day across the world ship anchors and fishing vessels are to blame for the majority of the routine breaks in the cables but the us and european leaders say that they're worried now adversaries could knock out communications in stealth underwater attacks russian ships are skulking around the underwater cables causing the us and allies to worry that the kremlin might be taking information warfare to new depth i'm shirley smith four let's update aaa traffic what's again here's kira still working on a stall in seattle northbound ninety nine at the stadiums that's blocking the right lane so that's got traffic stacked up from the west seattle bridge now we have a new stall in tacoma southbound i five at the t dome that's taking up the right lane and i'm seeing brake lights from about porter tacoma road and thanks to a coma listener for letting us know that we'd have some cardboard that's flying around on the road is both directions of i ninety near front street we have crews on site trying to get it cleaned up but this is a little bit of a visual distraction use some extra caution through the area northbound i five still tapping the brakes between the west seattle bridge and the convention center this traffic report is.
"39 Days": How Parkland shooting survivors turned grief into action
"Hi everybody at saturday night here in the great pacific northwest at still chilly out there temperatures will drop to or below freezing in many of the outlying areas and even seattle drops into the mid thirties so jacket weather for sure on this march saturday night couple of isolated showers which could still include a little bit of snow but they become fewer numbers we head into our sunday morning by sunday afternoon slim chance for some showers highs back on either side of fifty in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell twenty four seven news continues now on komo news with calls for action and activism tens of thousands of people marched all over our great nation demanding an end to gun violence and mass shootings in schools young people speaking their minds it was a day of inspiration a data remember a time to look to the future in washington dc where parkland school shooting survivors were joined by hundreds of thousands of people we begin with one surprise speaker martin luther king junior's granddaughter you'll onda renee king that his children will not be judged by the color their skin but by the content of their character between that enough to see the movement that's going on to see the kids leading the adults you know leading the politicians it's inspiring and i'm very optimistic i really do believe there's going to be changed i really do think we can do something six minutes and twenty seconds with an ar fifteen and my friend carmen would never complain to me about practice aaron fights would never call kira miss sunshine these walkouts have been criticized they've been told that is a disruptions of the educational process and i say to them the real disruption to the educational process is staring down the barrel of a gun bullets started flying in and i was third classroom today one of my follow fellow fallen ego named nncholas dora it would have been his eighteenth birthday today and i dedicate my march to him i watch for years go by continues to take a toll on communities across the country for me i would like to not worry about dying focus on math and science and pre in basketball with my friends me and my friend carter led a walkout early on the.