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Baker cooks: Newcomer Mayfield rallies Rams past Vegas 17-16
"Less than 48 hours after joining the rams quarterback Baker Mayfield rallied his new team to a thrilling 1716 win against the Raiders Mayfield through 23 yards to van Jefferson for the winning score with only ten seconds to play. Obviously, we'd like to be a little bit more stress free, but it's a pretty damn good story. Mayfield finished with 22 completions for 230 yards as LA ends a 6 game losing streak, Vegas Josh Jacobs rushed for 99 yards and a touchdown. Mark Myers englewood California
Fresh update on "la " discussed on VUX World
"So that's really the way we're using it in a lot of places, but it's really to try at this point it's really to try and capture whether saying things that are very sad or that they're sharing very intimate moments with us. And in those moments, we want to shift and become, you know, and this is where her other modalities come into play because she's a robot, but she can gesture. So she can move her head forward. Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. And just that slight movement of the head and then the lights on her thing and then just maybe like an empathetic picture on the screen, you're using in your leveraging the power of all the modalities and we do this and you and I have talked about this and I've learned a great deal from you in terms of what power language is and how to use power language and how we use para languages as humans and have a sort of mirror that within our robots agents or multimodal agents. So yeah, that's great. That's great. Well, thanks for the thanks for saying that. Helped, because I feel like it's one of these huge areas that deserves more exploration and more works brilliant. It seems to me just as you're describing it later is huge value in LA Q empathizing and allowing the person Ellie Q is with
Rangers use 4-goal 3rd period to beat Golden Knights 5-1
"The rangers scored four goals in the third period to beat the golden knights 5 to one. The score was tied at one entering the third period when Mika's advantage at scored a power play goal 6 minutes in to put New York up two to one. Philip Heathrow and Alexei la fere followed with goals less than two minutes later for a four one lead. The banner jet then scored his second of the night on another power play. We got one one going into the third on the road, so we're just regroup. See this has a good opportunity to get two points. And player a game, and that's what we did. All right, Tammy Panera and assisted on three of those four third period tallies for the rangers. Igor shish durkin stopped 25 of the 26 shots Vegas took at the ranger net. I'm Tom merriam.
LA Teachers Union Wants 20 Percent Raise
"Oh, yes, I talked to you yesterday about two lane medical school right yes. That was done. What did I, oh, yes. Oh yeah, yes, today's headline in the Los Angeles Times. LA teachers union rallies for 20% raise and smaller classes. So let me say for the record, I have such contempt for the teachers union and most of its members. I hope they go on strike, and I hope people decide, finally, teachers are not in general their children's Friends. If that was not proven to you over the last two years, the odds are you will never conclude this. The amount of damage done to your child by teachers in the last two years clamoring to keep schools shut, remember the Chicago teachers union remember that how they refused to go into class, these hypochondriac, weaklings, cowards, ignoramuses, ignoramuses because they had they obviously didn't know that in Sweden teachers taught kids and nothing happened.
LA City Council to End Drilling in LA County.
"LA city council to end drilling in LA county. Do you know that I'm curious, could you take a look at the LA county seal, does it still have an oil rig in it? There was a time when LA county celebrated the fact that there was drilling here because the material that enabled western civilization to develop. For people to have a relatively comfortable life unknown anywhere on earth. Is, of course, cheap energy. No. It's no longer there. They took the oil rig off. And we didn't even know it. I knew when they took the, wasn't there a cross on it? Yeah. That's right. How many years ago would that happen? I led a campaign to leave the cross because Ellie is Los Angeles, Los Angeles is the angels. It was founded by Catholics, who were Christian. And in commemorating that fact, there was a cross on the LA county seal. And then in the erasure of history for which the left is known everywhere and certainly in America, it has simply increased in speed and velocity, but the erasure of history is a left wing characteristic
Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs
"A musical manuscript handwritten by Ludwig van Beethoven is being returned to its original owners. Beethoven composed the 6 movements sprinkled in B flat major in 1825 to 26, as part of his work on a series of quartets commissioned by a Russian prince. The manuscript became the possession of one of the richest families in pre World War II Czechoslovakia, the family lost it to the Nazis when they had to flee check as the Vaca to escape the Holocaust. The moravian museum in the Czech city of Bernard has had the original script for more than 80 years. The museum put the score on display for the first time this week in anticipation of handing it over to its rightful owners. The museum said a restitution law and property stolen by German Nazis made the return possible. Curator Simona sin la rova said the whole story reflects the history of Central Europe in the last 200 years. I'm
Davis scores 44, LeBron passes Magic as Lakers beat Bucks
"Anthony Davis and LeBron James pushed the Lakers past the bucks one 33 one 29. Davis poured in a season high 44 points to help the Lakers overcome Yanis intend to kupo, who had 40.7 rebounds of 5 assists. We went to come out and set a tone for our road trip. Against a great team, one of the top teams in the league. And we were able to get a victory tonight. James felt too shy of a triple double. Finishing with 28 points and 11 boards. James put LA ahead for good by sinking a tie breaking three pointer with three 22 remaining. Los Angeles shot 54% from the floor against a Milwaukee team that led the NBA in defense of rating. I'm Dave ferry.
Alleged Rapist Danny Masterson Is Off the Hook
"And in really disappointing and shitty news, the case against saint Ginger haired rape obsessed actor Danny Masterson ended in a mistrial, the jury said they were unable to reach a verdict on any of the three criminal counts that this jerk off stays, I mean, you just look at him and you know he's guilty. Just looking at him and you know the 6 man 6 woman panel told LA superior court judge Charlene almeida that we're stuck after thorough and considerable discussion. It's clear that we as jurors are adamant about maintaining our individual positions on each of these three counts. So the judge formally declared a mistrial, which is something I was nervous about because that's what the Church of Scientology really wanted since day one of this testimony back in late October. There was a retrial date of March 17th. Back to the penciled in, meanwhile, masters in history on $3.3 million bail, there'll be a hearing set for January 10th, but likely before that, the act is defense team plans to file to have all the charges tossed out. And that move is based on the inclination of the jury made public just yesterday. The jurors spoke the downtown LA clot room, and they said they were deeply divided on all these three counts. On count one, it was ten to two for not guilty. Count two saw 8 going for not guilty for for guilty. And count three was 7 for guilty. I'm so 7 for not guilty 5 for guilty. Now all the Jane does can look forward to is getting down to business with the civil suit that was put on pause. That's not really what they wanted the most. They wanted Danny Masterson to serve jail time and maybe understand what rape really feels like, but maybe just maybe he could be ruined financially in a civil suit. That would be considered a moral victory,
How Much Do Caddies Really Make?
"I mention my own a little bit about being out there in certain, but I don't mind the travel and really and truly, I've always said and I still say it. I got the second best job in the world, you know? Yeah. The guy I hand the clubs to has the best job in the world. Yeah. Yeah. And it's getting better for both of y'all. You're talking about $10 million a week, pretty much. That's pretty much it now. You start getting that thing top ten money, man. It's some serious Jack coming your way. It's good. Yeah, I mean, you're talking about caddies making a $1 million if they win. Right? Or close to it and the players. Like, what does a caddy make if they win the player's championship now? A million bucks? No, not the players. One event? Yeah. No, no, the players wasn't. It's always 18% of first 20 million 6. They made 360, 360 grand. They would have made. If 3 million 6 was first, 360 would have something like that. So there's a bunch of caddies that are clear in a million years. There's a bunch of caddy. There is a box that are clear in a million a year. That's crazy. Like ten years ago, that was maybe there wasn't maybe tigers kit, maybe la cava was, but that's it. No one was doing it. My biggest, my biggest year loop, and I always tell the truth, you know, people ask me how to tell it. I'm not ashamed to. Three 20s is the most I ever made in one year. And I've had a bunch of lane years canyon, so that's what BG when you guys were rolling. Yeah. Yeah, that's the mouse that I ever made. So that was O 9 in BG was on fire, you know? He's two wins that year and pretty amazing, but you might if you got a guy in the house, got two wins. I mean, you're gonna make 600 grand a year caddy.
Guentzel, Kapanen fuel rally as Penguins slip by Vegas 4-3
"The penguins scored twice in the third period to hand the golden knights just their second regulation loss in 13 road games this season. Four to three. Jake ensel and kasperi kapanen tallied one 52 apart to give the pens a victory in their first game since defenseman Chris la Tang suffered a stroke on Monday. Genzel tied it 7 33 into the final period, kapanen gave Pittsburgh, its first lead of the night. The last game I played before. You know, I got healthy and I missed that wide open that. It was time to just get feeling put in. Brock mcginn and Ricardo Raquel also scored for the penguins. Jack eichel had a goal and an assist for Vegas. I'm Dave ferry.
10 Los Angeles middle schoolers treated for suspected overdoses
"To know if cannabis edibles were behind the overdoses of several LA students, I'm Lisa dwyer. Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando valley. The Los Angeles fire department says the students between 13 and 14 years old experienced mild to moderate distress at the van nuys middle school, fire department captain Eric Scott says the overdoses were possibly from edible cannabis products and investigators want to know if it all came from the same source. That would be a possibility that there was all from the same bunch, but that has to be conclusively determined. The important information here is that this is not fentanyl related
Amber Athey: Watching Kanye West Exit Out of Tim Pool Interview
"Dan I don't know if you know this I was at the Tim pool studios on Monday night when Kanye came in to do the interview with no give us the school No this is interesting I did not know this See I don't give amber the questions but she doesn't give me her material in advance either The floor is yours Well he flew in from LA on Monday and actually landed at Frederick municipal airport and you probably are familiar with the promenade there Dan And they went to get havasi dinner there Finally showed up to the Tim pool house after their car came to get them And he was in quite the mood He was not happy that the people there wanted to take pictures with him or talk to him So I was supposed to sit in the studio during the interview and he asked me in a couple of other people to leave because he didn't want any onlookers during the interview itself And it only took about 20 minutes for him to storm off the set because Tim pool gave him some mild pushback on the things that he was saying about Jewish people And then after he walked off the show he was in a noticeably better mood and my perception was that he probably didn't even really want to be there And that this whole thing was arranged by Milo yiannopoulos who is currently serving as his campaign manager And so I wonder if he's behind the InfoWars interview as well But this is quickly devolved to a place that is just I mean you use the perfect word for it indefensible
Curve Releases Stablecoin Whitepaper
"Curve finance released a white paper for curve USD and over collateralized stablecoin pegged to the U.S. dollar. The stablecoin will feature a novel liquidation mechanism called the lending liquidating AMM algorithm, which converts positions between collateral and stablecoins in an effort to protect borrowers against liquidations and reduce the risk of bad debt on the protocol, the LA MMA automatically converts collateral to stablecoins along a curve when the price of collateral decreases conversely the LL a MMA converts the stablecoins back to collateral when the price increases beyond a threshold. This stablecoin also features an automatic stabilizer called peg keeper, the peg keeper mints and burns curved USD if the price is above or below peg, the protocol minted curve USD is added to and withdrawn from curved pools as part of the stablecoins monetary policy curve finance is the leading decentralized exchange for stablecoin swaps.
The Bahamas Regulator Justifies Move to Cease Local FTX Clients' Assets
"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The Bahamas regulator justifies moved to cease local FTX clients assets. LTP GT the securities commission of The Bahamas on Wednesday released a statement justifying its move to cease the customer assets of the local Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com tag target quad blanquet F diesel tag density. FTX digital markets LTD FDM. It came after several questions were raised against the action of the bahamian regulator Donald cloaked quite it is unfortunate that in chapter 11 filings, the new CEO of FTX trading limited misrepresented this timely action through the intemperate and inaccurate allegations lodged in the transfer motion, quote the regulator stated dot clipped quad is also concerning that the chapter 11 debtors chose to rely on the statements of individuals they have in other filings characterized as unreliable sources of. Information and potentially apo seriously compromise depots qualified The Bahamas financial market watchdog gained a court order on November 12th to make the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange the dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Bahamas regulators to transfer cryptos to government while it's quote target quote Blanco transfer local customer sapo's digital assets. To government controlled wallets will tag for a Pacific keeping a pose dobble cooked quite given the nature of digital assets and the. Risks associated with hacking and compromise, the commission determined that placing FDM into liquidation was not sufficient to protect the customers and creditors of FDM, quote the regulator added LTP GTL TPG GT further. The cyberattack on FTX, resulting in the theft of at least 1 billion in cryptocurrencies, justified the regulators moved LTP GTL tp GT the column cell TX, valued at 34 billion in the last funding round, collapsed earlier this month. Several misdeeds of its founder and the former CEO, Sam bankman fried surfaced over the weeks he reportedly used client deposits. He created a complex loan structure with sister entities backed by the native exchange token, FTT LTP GT LTP GTF tx dot com, FTX U.S., Alameda research in over 130 other affiliates filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in Delaware. In addition, the bahamian entity dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency files for bankruptcy ascio bankman for Dresden's quote target quote blank hot filed for bankruptcy tagged, but chapter 15 protection in a New York court. The liquidators of FTX have now agreed to move the proceedings of FT past Bahamas entity to Delaware Donald cooked quite the commission will continue to evaluate the situation, continue to act in accordance with directions issued by the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, collaborate with other supervisory authorities, and take such further actions as needed to preserve the assets of FDM and to safeguard the interests of customers and creditors of FDM, quote the securities commission of The Bahamas. Added quite an addition, the commission will continue to investigate the facts and circumstances regarding 50s past liquidity crisis and any potential violations of bahamian law and hold any responsible companies and individuals accountable. In cooperation with other regulatory agencies and law enforcement both in The Bahamas and in other affected countries in connection with their own investigations on top of that, the scale and impact of the collapse of FTX prompted. Other global regulators to clarify their situation. The monetary authority of Singapore recently clarified that la reco dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Singapore's masks not less sensitive protection off local as their simpo sub quat target quack Blanco FTX is not regulated under its jurisdictional tagged, and thus the protection of its local clients is impossible LTP GT. This article was written by WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
Wiggins scores season-best 31 points, Warriors beat Clippers
"Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were absent due to injuries and without them the warrior steamrolled the clippers beating LA one 24 one O 7. Andrew Wiggins made 6 threes and led Golden State with 31 points. Every game is going to be different. Steph's going to be stuff. Always. But tonight, the ball was moving to find a lot of people. And made some shots. Stefan curry added 22 points and Klay Thompson scored 15 of his 18 points in the first quarter. The clippers only scored 18 points in the second quarter and trailed by 29 points in the final period. In the loss, Marcus Moore senior with 19 points. Ryan leong, San Francisco
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The Left Wants to 'Columbus Day' Thanksgiving
"In today's Los Angeles Times about how Thanksgiving should go the way of Columbus day. It should be noted it should be noted that you can not have the Thanksgiving. Without the LA times. Yeah, no, that's correct. It's not just Thanksgiving. Remember what The New York Times did LastPass over. It was, for every religious holiday, The New York Times, the LA times, I don't know about The Washington Post, but I would presume it would be similar. We'll write an article debunking the validity of that holiday. People who have nothing hate those who have something. And I don't mean, in terms of material possessions. They have nothing. They don't have religion. They don't have love of country. They have nothing, and they hate those who have something. I wrote about this many years ago in explaining George Soros. George Soros has no religious or national identity, and he hates those who do have a religious or national identity. The left is their identity is the identity of biology. And I don't even mean male female because they don't even have that. It is the identity of blood. That is the only identity the left has. The identity of race.
"la " Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
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"la " Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"You know, they might you went on a little vacation and came back. Like, oh, what have you been doing? You look so great and you're like, oh, I got my hair done. I got highlights. You know, it's wear. Which is your hair. So over the years, you know, it's more open, more open, and then, of course, with social media, regular people are sharing their experiences, influencers are sharing experiences. And even the industry just in terms of just the marketing, all these companies, they're marketing Allergan's new campaign for Botox. I just saw the other day. And it's all using real people. Schematically uses all real people, but they're featuring real people who are doing these things. And I saw a guy I know in the ad. I'm like, oh my gosh, I know this guy. He's a makeup artist in LA and he's and I love that they're featuring regular people because that gives you sort of permission. If you're thinking about having something done, it's okay. Everybody's doing it, you know? Exactly. It's just people aren't lying about it anymore. Exactly. They were doing it before. And making you feel bad. I think it's very cool. I think it's okay to be private about it. You choose to, but I don't agree with when you see, you know, people still look up to celebrities and celebrity means something different today than it did 20 years ago because 20 years ago you had to be on the television or movie screen, but now you can be on somebody's self owning your celebrity. People are being and not everybody and to each their own, but people are being a lot more forthcoming about, oh my gosh, you are so thin or oh my gosh, you have how are you 40, but you don't have a wrinkle. And there are still some people that are like, no names, but like, oh, I just use olive oil on my face..
"la " Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"But I got in there, maybe a year or so before the word influencer was a thing, and it became like, oh, hey, I can do that before you drove down the street and saw girls in every single corner, taking pictures in front of the pink wall. Right. And so I think I just got in there. I scooted in and got a spot at the table little for everyone else did. Interesting. And so now is that kind of become your job now, right? Oh no, that's just like my fun job. I say it's like my Botox and blowout money. Because by the time you get your hair blown out and buy the new shoes and pay the photographer and whatnot, I earn a little revenue, but the spaces becomes a saturated. No, I'm third generation and my family's real estate investment firm. And so that is real estate is here to stay. That is a sweet gig, my dad will never fire me. So I'm not leaving that. And this digital space is constantly changing and thanks to la Jolla cosmetic surgery. I won't ever get older, but you know, at a certain point, yeah, it's fickle industry probably, you know? Exactly and to throw all your eggs in that basket. But at the same time, I acknowledge the value of the audience. I love the creative space. And so I kind of loosely keep it up because I used to be a performer. I was an actress. And we both went to SC, and I was an English major. And so my interest in more performing and writing. So I have a children's book series idea that I'd actually like to do about the dog and pig. And so that would kind of yeah, and so kind of acknowledging that I already have an audience. And so that I can take them with me as opposed to starting from scratch..
"la " Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Monique Ramsey and today we have one of our patients with us and her name is Camille newburn. She's our guest in longtime patient and friend. And she's known for something that you wouldn't necessarily think of. But she's known for her unique pets and her fashion related social media presence. And because she's been a patient at la Jolla cosmetic for quite a number of years, we wanted to ask her to talk with us about the treatment she loves the most. But first, Camille. I have some really burning questions about you. First I'll say I'll say welcome. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me. I'm so flattered to be asked. So my first burning question is, tell us about your animals. Oh, I mean. How many hours do we have? My animals are my baby. So I have to. I've pip, who is a papillon. He is the love of my life. And he goes, he's here right now with me. Unfortunately, that's the downside of the podcast is you can't see the gorgeousness that is my son. And then I have my newly acquired COVID pet is mushu. She is an American mini pig. She is at absolute. She's hell on wheels. Can I say that? Yeah, yeah. Okay. Whatever you want. Okay, don't let don't get me that free rate. So she was my like, she was my COVID pet, everyone else got puppies. I was like, oh, I'll get a pig. It's something I wanted for a long time, and she is just every day is a surprise, but she is so lovey. She is so fun and she's hysterical. So and she gets along with pip. And he hates her. People are like, oh, are they Friends? I'm like, no, not at all. I saw online. You know, you see all those animals like those inner species, French troops were like the duck is cuddling the cow..
"la " Discussed on La profe dice
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"Should be perfectly clear. At this point. There are too many names to remember of the top ones head so then becomes who will be put on waivers and if any of them are put on waivers will anybody. It doesn't matter if they're going away present down because that's whatever the question is anybody be claimed like thomas hickey. We mentioned earlier There is no answer to that question. But i'll just couple the other question along with right now. Which is will there be any traits because the way you avoid waiver claim which they did not do when it came to thomas hickey and they probably should have. Is you trade those pieces off. So if you have ten guys that can play on the left side of the defense and ten guys. That could play center. And you don't wanna lose them for nothing. The solution is trying to find a partner I personally am anticipating trades. I won't say by the end of training camp. I'll say by november first because you know camp lap and things will get sorted and you know every year every team puts a bunch of guys on waivers. So i think that's probably the least likely time to worry about a claim although thomas hickey if memory serves was claimed coming out of training camp but zac Do you anticipate guy do some trades of assets from the la kings between now and again. We'll say november. I not the camp. You can see it right because of the where the kings have depth. It's in areas. That have guys who have played. Nhl games and who might be of interest somewhere else in exchange for a draft. Pick right in lieu of putting on waivers. Maybe maybe there's another team who likes a depth piece on the kings who the kings view as the fifteenth forward or the and you can get a draft pick for that. I could see it. I think like you said like it's every team all these players on waivers so you can look at it two ways. Is it the best time to put a guy in waivers because there are so many other names that might sled him slide through or is it the worst time because teams might have openings when they themselves put ten guys on waivers. So it's it's interesting waivers to me is like this. Mythical thing that everyone thinks every player's gonna get claimed and ninety percent of the don't yeah because they're only so many roster spots and you realize it other teams are putting guys on waivers because they have the full roster so i i always leaned to say no someone will get claimed on waivers but you could see the logic behind a potential trade of maybe an asset out and jerry. I'm gonna go to you on this one. Because i remembered the name. I left off of the ontario rain players list which is tj china Who was the h. l. mvp last year. And the reason. I bring all this up is because again. I hear these conversations on hear people saying well you know and i'm just going to throw out some names. I don't anticipate them..
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"Subsiding at least a little bit We will begin to get back to a more normal schedule so encourage you to listen to that participate as much as you like and let me now. If you even want those sorts of things available in the future kings talks episode. For example we have the opera know we have the ability and the opportunity to make those available to you. The following day But again don't clutter up the feeds so the people get overwhelmed. So you're listening to this. Let me know if you want to hear those sorts of things at later on. We have an interview with chris. Byrne very happy to talk to him about brandt clark and the draft and the entire process and scouting etc that for relaunching to all of that. Now they've sort of laid out the plans. Moving forward wanted to talk a little bit about the past because it occurs to me or it occurred to me earlier this summer. That as i said. I've been ou- been doing this. This'll be my fifteenth year. Doing a podcast about the la kings and it's now part of my job. I have other responsibilities. Besides yapping no microphone but it certainly part of my job and it never used to be. Well i shouldn't say never use the. It wasn't when i started when i started. It was a hobby. When i started. Gosh i don't think. I had a job when i started. I was in a weird place. I wasn't really sure what direction to go into next. I wound up getting a job. And i did this sort of on weekends and evenings and as i said because you guys and because of the support and and patience can of shown. I now find myself doing this fulltime. Which is amazing again. Incredibly incredibly lucky. But as looking back. And so i dug up the very first episode that we recorded back in september two thousand and seven wanted to play just a little bit a little clip of it because it struck me. It's almost two minutes into the very first episode And it's something that That was important to me to hear myself. Say whatever fourteen fifteen years ago and and it's something that's important for me To maintain and to still believe in Solomona play that for you right now. I i will swallow a particularly better.
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"It's not exactly equivalent right it's Yeah it's like family. I mean in hawaii for sure. There's i think because there's more asian culture embedded in the local culture is just kinda normal for me to have grown up with my grandparents in the same house. And you know actually. My great grandmother was in the house at one point two and that sort of extended family like everybody's anti-wrinkle there's yeah really strong sense of community What you're talking about the heat ashim. It's really interesting because My parents took me to visit when i was in grad school. I think it was really impactful to visit. He no shima and go to the museum and understand that part of history for me. It was even weirder because my grandfather so my great grandparents immigrated to hawaii as sugarcane plantation workers. So my my grandfather when world war to happen am not exactly sure why but they didn't really do like an terminent kampfer all japanese in hawaii because i guess there were too many everyone where to go. Look keep them in the on the island but so y on the mainland. Us awe of the japanese americans were being shipped off ten term accounts and stripped of all their belongings. Even though they were us citizens my my grandfather and some of the local Knee say the second generation jeff. Japanese men back volunteered to fight for the us and so she was part of that where they went to europe and fought there and they were very celebrated like yeah. I mean it's one of the most celebrated troop where the ones with the japanese-american. Yeah like what bravery and so i mean. I can't imagine how they might have felt like they may have still had family. Like i think you know. My grandfather probably had family in japan. Still when all of that was happening in with the the bombing so yeah. I don't know he. He never really talked about it. Yeah i think my parents generation to they don't tell us a lot about the suffering yeah know and Thought it was kinda strange. Suit that the you know where basically my parents were. Immigrants stayed left china to run away from the communist rule and went to hong kong and then they send me away from hong kong being afraid that ninety seven will come and i'm under communist rule again that they tried the whole life to escape room and you know so it's a and then i'm looking at my daughter and to say she never had to do that. I mean unless you choose to go to a dummy country now and what. It means to be You know in the majority and suddenly you immigrate and you recognize your minority. And that how that changes the way you view yourself and And your place in the whole community. Yeah yeah yes i dunno. It's also a stronger internally. I think it's a stronger character building in a way like i feel like Having gone through living in different places. Where i've had to adapt to different cultural ways of being like i think has only made me a stronger person. I mean i. I will say that. That's also privileged sort of position to be in because not everyone will say that it reminded me of you know my conversation. Billiton's and powerful symposium where she talked about the two worlds that she straddle. Yeah and is that. If i want to pivot over to my chinese side and if it works for me better i'll pivot to my you. Know new jersey raced. Yeah american side and in a way she looked at it very positively as like i got more things to work with Because of these dual identity and we can explore that. Yeah yeah even my daughter. I think whether it's intentional or not. She knew that she was. She looked more white and she doesn't look chinese so growing up Is she's white passing totally. Yeah yeah and then it wasn't until she's inter mid twenties and and with black lives matters that you realize that there's a part of her and that everything russia's back about how she participated or a bystander on you know jokes against asia's among her school friends and stuff it went in fact she was the kind of bud of the joke half of her right. Yeah yeah and how that impacted her and the way that she described herself now. Which i'm happy. You know that. Both her chinese chinese-style her mainly scandinavian side of the heritage. Now she embrace equally. So audrey thank you so much so nice. That's our show. Thank you to anti for the time and energy. She spent interviewing me in her beautiful backyard. Her support is just another example of the generosity and kindness. I've discovered within this unique los angeles community of women in architecture. I'd like to thank each of the guests. I've had on the show for opening up and sharing your stories. Thank you to this association for women in architecture foundation for kick starting this project in particular thanks to lease bornstein for your mentorship during my fellowship. Year and your continued encouragement and support beyond. Thank you to my husband lyndon who's believed in me with every leap i've taken and for a partnership that makes life more enjoyable. Thank you to all of my loyal listeners. And to my friends at awa. Plus steve who have kept me motivated to keep doing the show and putting in the work last few years and finally i'd like to thank the women architects and their allies who have paved the way so that the challenges i face today are not the same ones. They had to go through. This show is dedicated to all of the feminist practitioners out there continuing to push for a more equitable and inclusive future. I'm your host audrey sato. It's been a pleasure to be part of your these last few years to find out more about this podcast and listen to previous interviews. You can find me at x s dash. La dot com or search for me on the app of your choosing. You can also find me at x. L. la podcast on social media or email me at hello at x x dash l. a. dot com. I'd love to hear from you bye for now..
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"And we're he used to write many poems when I was a little girl cuz I wouldn't see him, he'd worked full-time at night and he would write me applying it on my pillow and I would do the same. When I was in Middle School. We happened for a couple of years. Oh, wow. And I haven't really written since am. I mean? And then, and then I, it was hard for me. Cuz I think what I struggle with when I read some of the the vulnerability of what you share with your father is I remember how you have. It's a similar relationship that my older brother and I remember watching it and not being able to help him. So that's what I feel. Sometimes when I read what you share because it wasn't always directly how I had the interaction with my father, but it was also the interaction that I observed with my older brother and my father dead, and it was just beautiful. But but painfully. Right, right, right. Beauty. And a pain, the pain. Did it. Was it a cathartic for you. reading this book, you know, I actually got a lot of the question about catharsis with the book before that abductions, cuz I was about our miscarriage and all that and you know, it would just depend on the day, you know, I was asked that but I the problem with writing it is, yeah. You feel like you're renting it out but because you've now written it down, you never dies and it just Loops bad. So long there are days when the looping gets too much and then there are days. You feel like, oh like I did that, I did that, I spoke about, it may feel kind of a piece with it but yeah, a lot of times it's just keeps coming back because you wrote it and it you know and it doesn't Hurt any less or you know some kind of guests even more so overwhelming. And yeah it's it's a strange kind of a thing catharsis. Like I don't know if it does. This is a permanent thing or if it's just depends on the day. Well that's when I think about that cuz that's really It's a powerful what you just said in that way and I don't think I think I don't have your first book and I do need to get it. But I do remember you sharing parts of it online? Because I I do remember now the miscarriage because that's why I don't have children. I wasn't able to have them and going through that myself years ago you have to. It's one of those things you don't normally talk about so and I think it's hard also for the father. Yeah talk about. So I look forward to sharing that painful experience because I think it's also helpful it's helps other people. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. It was it was interesting because I almost pulled that book touches like, right before I published it and I had to talk with Judy about it. Like how do you, how do you feel about this? But going out because obviously there's the singular experiences for each of us as individuals, but it's a collective experience also. So it's like, I know I'm writing it from the perspective of my experience but I don't want to hijack. It like I don't wanna steal their experience and throw it out into the world without you having a say you know. So that was that was a tricky right now. I'm seeming to recall and maybe I'm wrong but did you read an excerpt from that from the first Nineteen Ninety, Four ninety. And two thousand fourteen I was here. Yeah, that's yeah, I had. Yeah, you were there. Yeah, it was I hadn't written after. That book came out, I had no Written in a little bit. And I hadn't done any readings, but one of my favorite poets in the world like why my just like Douglas Kearney who was in LA, was living in La at the time but no long. He had just put out a book called patter. That was about his him dealing with. So when I found out that he had read my book, it was like, first of all, it was like, oh my God, read my book and secondly it was like we should do an event together like both of us reading about this topic and they just have a big conversation about it with people. Wow yeah. So with people sharing your work reminds me of a post that you said two years ago you came across I guess suppose from the New York University, nyu's Office of global, and cute inclusion. And there was the actor, Stephen young. Yeah. And when well, he's reading I play in which point was he reading and, and how did you find out about it? I don't even know up homie was reading, like, I knew nothing about it. I was like scrolling Twitter one day and then they like, like, because I was tagged in it hadn't, even realized. It wasn't like, even immediately. I noticed it. Like I came up and I was like, what it was? That was like holy shit off. How come no one told me about this, this, you know, he cuz the character he played in The Walking Dead to me is a single greatest Asian-American character to hit the screen off, like in movies, T, whatever. Like I can't, it's just a greatest character of all time. So, yeah, it was like, holy, holy, wow. So that was like, a big thing. So, anyway, so I'm just Herman now to figure out how I can do this. But if you, if I picked up the phone right now, and I had him on the phone and you were home Talk with him. What would you say to him? Well, would you was the first? She was the first question I asked Jimmy Reed. You want to ask you that? Like, what that? Yeah. And also like how that came about like whether it was something like someone said liked it and gave to him to read at the event or something. He found like just want to know I mean it's like I'm not growing up in La wage like you don't get Starstruck you know you get over that real quick but there's still certain people you're like holy shit. Okay so let's make this a clip. So basically I want you to just say hey I'm just even. What point did you read and blah blah, blah. So just go ahead, you're talking to Stephen go So, thanks for reading my work that they meant, can you tell me what poem you read? I think it was from the abductions. And also how that came about whether you picked it yourself or someone picked it for you to read as a special guest and let's be friends, okay, good wage worker will find out. I have some connections in Hollywood, we'll figure it out. I would really be cool. I would love to if you do, I want to I want to be a you know, have a be a fly on the wall that conversation off. So I've noticed that you've been doing a lot of posts lately and it's looks like it's preliminary work. That's ready for your. Your next book that's coming out and took looks like it's going to be called The Working title. Maybe it's the final title is my name is Wolf. Is that the correct title? Yeah, that's the title of the book and I'm finding it up home this summer and releasing it for.
"la " Discussed on MUSED: LA 2 HOU
"Arts district. And so I yeah, he's pretty great. Yeah, yeah, I mean, he was like involved in I think starting latc. Oh, I didn't know that. So, Yeah, the way back when yeah, I guess I need to chat with Adam lately. People who know you professionally and who don't get the privilege of getting to know you in a different way. Maybe they're not a Facebook friend because that's really where you also kind of share some of these 1000 ducats. But let's just talk hashtag Tailoring. Oh man, so I was looking at Facebook today. Oh memories like leave when you like 2014 21st, I mean where I decided I was going to do nothing, like I wasn't going to listen to any of them music, except for Taylor Swift for the whole year. so, Yeah, and the reason was, you know, how some there's something about a perfect pop song That Just immediately, the next to your emotions. It just bypasses your brain altogether. Go straight to your emotional and just connect where you're crying about some silly song, like it just dead. And I was like, wow, I think that's like the Holy Grail of like writing for me like bypass everything and just go straight to connect to someone's emotional. Okay? So I never am. I in on this is this truly a love at Taylor Swift or is did it start off as not being and then do you have an appreciation for her? Now cuz I I just I really curious. Well no what happened was I was like yeah what happened was like? Okay so I want to study the perfect pop songs and then I was like dead. Israel has to me was like, Perfect, pop top. Right. Even though at the time she was still like country-pop I was like so I'm going to listen to her and it just became one thing where I was like this is like my favorite music is you know it's really a fan. Next your true home. You gotta tell us what it's like. I got like two hoodies and can you read that post from 2015? Do you have it handy, I'll read it. I have it in front of me cuz I I saw that. How do you have it? Yeah, I was just no that's just lyrics from her song. I want to hear. I want to hear you share it. Can you read it off? Is it on your screen or could I put it the chat box for you? Let me, let me grab it. Because here, I've got it here, cuz it was in my notes. There it is. It's on the, it's on the screen. Okay, well. That really that was my biggest question. Are you, are you truly a fan? How did this, you know, Mount and bounce. I kept seeing you really, you were singing her Praises over and over and I know you. Sometimes those comments can be tongue-in-cheek, but it's genuine and it's a genuine appreciation and I love it. I just love it. Okay. Yeah, it was a funny thing because like beyond the what's that it started out for me as an experiment also, but God, you know, but it was something I already liked but it was an experiment to see if I could figure something out about it. But it let all these external things that were so fascinating to me that brought up like masculinity and like, all these thoughts is that especially guy friends were like, you can't be serious. Like, we're constantly home upset with me, like, what basically questioning like, what does this mean about you? As a guy listening to Taylor Swift, right? Even though they weren't there actual words. That's what the question became. So, I found that so freaking fascinating and then also, like became a thing. Like, I have so many like Facebook friends, who connected, with me, because of Taylor Swift, right? It's like, and they're like, not necessarily like dog. It's or academics or anything like that. It's just people who genuinely like the thing and it's like it opened up this whole other space wage so actually like when I wrote my last book the yellow house like that's all I listen to. So like original title for that book was called in a request like my working title for the book was Taylor Swift God to her, people know this and no, no, I wish I was dead cuz I kept thinking is this. I wasn't sure if you were serious and now I mean, I go back. I mean, you were always very open and honest it was never anything that was, you know, nasty or mean, or anything else. So, I mean you were genuine but I didn't know it was a genuineness that was part of a. I didn't know if I was part of a joke, you know. So I so it's really, it's really cool off. Yeah. Yeah. Fruit for a couple of years. People thought I was, it was still a joke that I was like some Andy Kaufman routine. I was doing your Canadian. Okay. So did you find that? That can you read that? That post. Did you find? Okay, yeah, yeah, go ahead. This was March 2nd 2015, and I'll go sit on the floor. Wearing your clothes, all that I know is that I don't know how to be something you miss. Never thought we'd have a last kiss. Never imagined end like this, you're never your name forever, the name of my lips. Like you know, if people didn't say that was Taylor Swift and they said this is just a poem that was published in like, New York Times or some people will be like, falling all over it. I love it. I love it. No, it's it's beautiful. And I, I, I really started listening more to Taylor Swift cuz I thought well, I I started listening because of you as well. Is there something I'm missing? And then I would capture some of that. And then again, I kept thinking, am I still part of the joke? Is this? Where am I? But I thought I'm appreciating it and should I come out as listening to Taylor Swift? And I guess I'm coming out too. So I'm listening and listening to her words so I thought, you know. Yeah, yeah. And and she put out, you know, two hours last year during a pandemic started reporting her old albums because she can't get her master's back from a really screwed.
"la " Discussed on MUSED: LA 2 HOU
"And then all hell broke loose. Do you? You you got kicked out because you were successful. That's why so long. Because it, I mean, like, you know, there's all these industries and businesses we love like publishing or Indie bookstores and off, like even like local restaurants, mom-and-pop owned places that we love way we support. And we want, we want them to flourish in the world of like Amazon's and Whole Foods and she'll like that song. But then, just because you own a bookstore or mom-and-pop store, or you're in. Publishing doesn't mean you're decent, human beings so often, you will go other only one in July Last Bookstore once because of that situation. I've only been in that store was and everybody loves that place and I was so excited cuz it's just about the time that I published my photography. So I was like okay that's how my Yeah we were planning to do something like a session and then it was like oh we're not doing anymore. Okay, so we'll move on from that. But what I really loved is how you moved on from that. I thought it was probably something. I saw you posted a something to like, oh my God, I'm in my head, over my head again and I do the same thing. But I mean, I don't want to get too crazy here. But remember 94-96, I love oh yeah, the first one or the second but but that's Are you transition? You took DT lab. And you said okay, screw it, were not in this venue. We're going to do something different, and I really loved what you did and and you did it for two years at what I've done. The, I just remembered 94-90, we did it in 2014 and then we did it again in 2017. And we were actually thinking about Doing it like this year before pandemic. Why not live virtually like that program. Like because we would have to we would have to think about what it is, you know, what it is and what it is in if it was done virtually and trying to figure all that out. I just do it just to do it cuz we learned a lot. After the first one, we never killed by the time. The second one 94 ninety is and different ideas. We decided to produce 90 events, literally Music Arts events, over 90 consecutive nights, back inside a bar, and ended up being inside tracks at Union Station, but it didn't start out there with that Cafe, fiorello for about two weeks before we got kicked that ever intend to get kicked out of that big. That was the moral of the story took place like wild and it. Yeah, I don't know how that place was open. Like I literally saw no one in there ever is it? I know it didn't survive longer than a year or two but it was a beautiful space. Yeah, it's at down like it. Shut down. Pretty soon after we got kicked out. Well, hm. Hm, well 2014-2017, which I missed 2017 cuz at that point I was just going back and forth and that's the. Yeah, I actually got finally got rid of my loft bed like you and Judy. I basically kept a place in La and kept a place in Houston. It was exhausting. It was financially challenging and it just was too much but yeah, I do hate Couchsurfing when I come back though. It's still a little bit. You know. It's kind of hard and it's going to be difficult now with. Yeah, it's weird. Yeah yeah. But you were parents are still there and that's what's interesting to me but I want to go into that little bit long but I know that that's you do have family there but that's not necessarily where you would stay. Yeah. Yeah. Well yeah, I mean I can't stay with my parents because you know, found the tiny apartment. Yeah I'm going to go back to them because I really your family is a big part of at least. I feel like in your writings today and so I really want to loop back to that page to the 95. And then, then you started doing, remember cultural weekly, are you? You're still in a writer. You, were you part of the ground floor of that happening? Or just know you were one of the original birth? Peter's the publisher, Adam Leipsic? He can't go for Adam like Jake. Oh my phone. Just thought I was like, damn. He I didn't know about cultural weekly. I knew some people who are writing for but she contacted me through connections and asked me, like I'd been running it for about a year or so by then, just like a handful of writers asked me if I wanted to write something for it and it was at the time when I would, I had just like stopped writing, I'm not going there, right? So I was like, no, not really interested and then contacted me. Again, I'm not really interested, but we chat and I was like You know, I will write only if I get to write what I want. He's like. Okay? And now it's like well what I would like to do. If I was to do it was to write a weekly. Column. Just talking about what we're doing as a micro publisher and Ali. And decided to call the column literary Alchemy. And then just every week, I just wrote about what we were doing. Including this week, we were this manuscript Swig. We try to find the menu for this event and that's what it became a thing. I did that for like 80 weeks, I think long and it was interesting because that gave me a place to actually write about stuff like The Last Bookstore about getting kicked out of their thoughts about an incident that happened at Beyond Baroque, just because it was part of, you know what the column was. So it's interesting going back and looking at it. Now, some of the stuff I wrote about going, wow, other diary for you, and then after that, yeah, after that, like, like eighty weeks of writing this down, Adam and I talked and he was like once you come on as an editor. So did that? So now we're in another huge transitional phase where we're culturally going to become cultural daily. So we're going to publish daily so that's been like a big task. What's interesting cuz Adam early on took me to do something to write about my Outpost. They're the, the arts district, and then I just didn't have I really wanted to. I just didn't have the bandwidth at the time, but I need to go back and look at, yeah, as long as we're neighbors. Yeah. See what they're supportive of my of my photography and my work in the.
"la " Discussed on MUSED: LA 2 HOU
"I try to fight back a little here, a little there, but You know when when the lease came up and they raised the rent by another $500 or whatever is like this is ridiculous. A student in a poet and not renting to apartment. So yeah so we gave that up and then sort of like floated around crashing on Friends, couches and things took like a year or two. And then basically I said I came here to be with Judy full time Because I it wasn't fair. It wasn't fair for her, but I mean, not to be here supporting her. Like, not quite naturally so much, but it's just like with other things. So, I've been here in Pittsburgh, pretty much full-time for the last couple of years. I mean, last three years or so. Obviously, this past year, I've been everybody's been at home so I haven't really traveled. Yeah. So I never thought I would end up living in Pittsburgh but here I am, I left Pittsburgh I my story about Pittsburgh is that when I thought I was married many years ago. Well before you and I long before you and I met and I remember I went from Texas to the Midwest and then from the Midwest to Texas and Texas to California so when I was living in the midwest it was just fresh out of being in Texas. And what struck me about Pittsburgh in particular because I we went to go visit a friend not my ex-husband was in the PHD program at Ohio State in Columbus. So we drove to Pittsburgh and I loved it. Of course, all I'm thinking is Flashdance the first thing of course, I remember Flashdance and the brake line train and and I got on the incline trained. But what really struck me about the city was that it had very distinctive neighborhoods which I don't recall. Having that experience growing up in my small town in Texas. It, you know, you could go and Pittsburgh and in the architecture, even not even just the businesses baby. Oh, that's a Polish neighborhood or this page. It had very distinctive neighborhoods and I don't know if it's still as distinctive, if that was for me. It was just very jarring because it was just such a different experience and what I had growing up in small-town, Texas, how is Pittsburgh in your eyes? Yeah, it's Is super segregated. It's I mean, it's it's got all the problems of cities that have been hyped recently. Which is, you know. All the tech tech companies came in here built like headquarters. So like there's a huge Google thing here Uber and all these. So which means like You know, housing projects with like, a couple hundred units are just being demolished and destroyed overnight to build like Whole Foods and stuff like that. So it's off, you know? Like I mean I don't understand because I don't understand how townships work. So it's like I walk from here to the bar down the street and apparently I walk through like three different townships. I'm like, oh, I don't understand what townships work. I don't get me wrong. I actually love Pittsburgh. It was so good. I mean, if the food, I mean, I really enjoyed it was different, but it was just the distinctive, you know, had this really interesting way setup and it just, you know, coming from this crazy place and then of course, my mind was just the Flashdance. That's all I remember of Pittsburgh before. But that dates. Oh, you know, when Judy and I were first dating, we used to joke a lot about the scene from Basquiat dead. Where Andy Warhol is like, let's go to Pittsburgh. So is the joke about it and then we had enough here. As I got them, we shouldn't have joked about it home. Yeah. Like I mean, I see why people love it here but it's just not my type thing, so yeah, I miss Mexican food, I miss Korea food, there's a long game, you miss, I know all those things, but yeah, I've learned it cuz the Houston after being in L. I was in LA longer than I was in Texas, wage grew up in Texas. So I've learned to appreciate what, what is different and what is the same? I mean there's a lot of similarities and so I don't want to race too much of the similarities because then you off, I'm kind of like those people that go out of the country to travel and then they just hang out with people who are from the same country or just other like themselves or they go to a McDonald's, you know, or whatever. Right. So they want something that's familiar. So I think we need to touch a familiarity but I think we also need just spent some time, being just being a tourist, doing something new, and embracing what it is. Right? Sure, sure, sure. Yeah, laughing. So, so we started. Now we became friends how I first met you. Then I finally I just really got to know you in person, right? When you've had the DT Lab at The Last Bookstore, and I will tell you that I was this close to going to one of the that's when I first met you when when it was going away cuz I was planning to go, we were going to do something together.
"la " Discussed on XX|LA Architects Podcast
"Path towards sustainable design. When i was growing up and even into my twenties i was always going to india. A fair bit amd to visit family and i remember one year in particular. I was twenty six. And i visited my parents and neighborhood in. That neighborhood was being supported by a a little. A family and that family basically ran errands for several homes in the neighborhood. And i met the the matriarch of the family. When i visited one year. She was also twenty six and she had five kids at twenty six and stopped going to school from fifth grade and lived in metal shack. That was probably fifty square feet. Fifty seventy square feet or the space with her five children adjacent to the neighborhood. And i remember that visit was so unsettling for me to see you know. We were both twenty six years old but had radically different lives and honestly probably know she is. I don't know where she is today. But i'm assuming we'll have radically different outcomes And i i remember thinking of that time you know why doesn't why is it this way that you know. Eighty six percent of the population in india for example doesn't have access to clean water or safe shelter and that that resonated with me you know being able to do something at that it. It meant that. I had to really be very clear with myself about what i wanted to do. And i. i began to question architecture. You know for me especially then at that moment architecture. Seem very indulgence. And i didn't want to simply design. I want to displace make. I wanted to provide to society in a more meaningful way. So i definitely think that was one definitive moment for me having my kids. I think it's definitive in so many ways right And when i had my first was deciding whether or not i wanted to go back to work at all. I told myself. I wasn't gonna go back unless was gonna do something that meant Crafting better future for her and for generations beyond her. and so. that's when i said to my mentors at that time. I wanna be specifically doing sustainable design. Because it's got to mean something to me professionally and personally in scranton us something to people in my life you know in generations behind me so that was definitely definitive in this year. My goodness i mean how many things could have could have happened. That actually began to make you realize things. It all happened at once. And you know this. This intersection of the pandemic and climate change and social injustice. The people that we find the communities that we fine at the intersection are almost invariably the disenfranchise the disadvantage and. That's not okay. I think that we have to do something about that. And i would say right now. I'm again beginning to question. How i'm doing things what i'm doing am i doing it enough. May not it may not in the right place anime. Not what else can i do. Basically and so. I'm wondering Even now how can. I begin to evolve in this position. And how can i begin to be better steward to the environment and society as a whole. I think that is a healthy thing. It's uncomfortable but i think questioning what you're doing and testing yourself along. The way is so important. Yeah totally i mean. I think i just got chills when you're talking about all of the reasons for you personally why you're doing what you're doing and i agree. It's absolutely norm. All i go through that as well. You know questioning. Why am i doing what. I'm doing Because it i guess everybody's motivated in different ways but for me. I am highly motivated by sort of bigger picture like altruism motivators like it has to mean something So yeah i think i relate to that completely. Yeah and i think you know we have in this profession. We have this. I think ability because of design thinking to think in multiple ways and there's not one specific answer for anyone thing you know. I think architecture is indulgent But that was really might perspective. Because i feel like i. I don't know that. At that time i was designing in a way. That was very conscientious. But i do think it is possible to design conscientiously a not being dalton you know. I think that there's just a certain skill set that you have to have to be able to do that and for me am. I felt like well my bet. My time is probably better spent focusing on these other sustainable aspects To make it meaningful for me and for people. I care about and society lord but i think that architects as a whole have the ability to do this. You know the very act of of designing a space A community space for example bringing again pride and joy to a community is meaningful And i think they're sending to be said about that as well. Yeah i mean definitely to be an architect. I think is an act of optimism. A like when i was i was recently talking with Some kids about what it means to be an architect and you know what what really it helps to talk about these things every once in a while because it's so easy to forget the basics of dislike an architect to someone who's really envisioning the future we're planning for a future like horror. That's absolutely right. I mean these things are going to be around for fifty to one hundred years. I mean you're absolutely right. You are envisioning a future And it's funny. 'cause they're static away so they have to be so flexible and adaptive at the same time. So it's like you have to able to anticipate who's going to be using it. What the climate is going to be like You know and it seems almost like an impossible task but it's exciting at the same time increase the very for the very reasons i asked my kids to. Sometimes you know what what do you think. What do you think. I do a your mom does..