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How Does the Larynx Work?
"Brain stuff. Learn boban hair. The larynx may not get the same amount of attention as the heart or lungs. But it's still an important internal oregon nestled in the next of people and other animals. The larynx helps allow for noisemaking and speech and is located below the epa gladys which is the leaf shaped flap that prevents choking by keeping food and drink out of the lungs. Part of the leering structure includes the voice box also sometimes referred to as the vocal chords. It's what makes up the bump that you can see in feel in the middle of your neck scientifically known as the laryngeal prominence but more commonly called the adam's apple a women have one to just often at less pronounced during childhood. The voice boxes of boys and girls are about the same size but when most boys hit their tween and teen years their vocal chords hit a growth spurt. This growth causes their voices to crack and eventually results in a deeper and more resonant town. So let's look at how the voice box or vocal cords work first off. Neither moniker is really accurate. The vocal chords are actually two bands of flexible smooth muscle tissue that are located in the larynx and these muscles vibrate as air moves through them on. Its way to or from the lungs. They're more properly called folds. Instead of chords we spoke by email with eric guna. Dd he explained during sound production. The vocal folds close together and start vibrating as air is expelled from the lungs and passes between them and into your mouth which helps to make the sounds. We hear when we're listening to people talk. So the lyrics is made up of a cartilage skeleton that contains the vocal folds covered by mucous lining. The folds are extremely adept at changing shape position and tension so the voice can make a range of sounds at a variety of levels if the lyrics becomes inflamed because of illness or injury the vocal chords can swell and caused laryngitis. Which is characterized by a horse gravelly sounding voice or the loss of one's voice altogether we also spoke by email. Taylor graber md. He said if they're swelling to a vocal chord from overuse cancers are trauma. The tone function produced by the vocal cord becomes altered. The sounds can also change by injury to the muscles or to the nerves that enervate or give sensation to vocal chords. However there are several sounds that we can produce out electric's even speech via whispering. When you whisper the vocal chords can stay slack and not vibrate but mrs known as an open throat whisper and it allows people who are mute. Make sound it's also a helpful technique for people who are arresting their voices such as singers or those with a sore throat. However most people don't use passive technique when they whisper instead they strain to produce a sound and this can be just as harmful to the vocal chords shouting but hey if humans and other animals all have a layerings then why is speaking uniquely human ability. Our brain formation has something to do with it but people have an especially complex system comprising the larynx which produces sound and a flexible mouth tongue and lips. That in combination allows us to generate. The precise sounds that language requires when we talk air moves from the lungs through the larynx and that sound shaped by the extreme fine motor control found in the throat. Mouth tongue. and let's we also have a bone called the hyde and this is a u. Shaped bone situated at the front broke above the larynx. According to graber he said it forms the attachment multiple muscles in the neck. A which aid tongue movement end swallowing. What's really unusual about this. Larynx related bone is that it has the distinction of being the only bone in the human body. That's free floating which means it isn't connected to any other bone instead it supported by connective tissue. The is only found in humans and the end atolls and is believed to be the foundation of our ability to speak. There are about sixty thousand people in the united states who have had their larynx removed. But only a few who've had a larynx transplant. a few people qualify. And if they do. The surgery is complex takes about eighteen hours and is hampered by shortage of larynx available to transplant. However new initiatives including lab grown in three d. printed larynx have the potential to help people recover their own voices again.
AstraZeneca manufacturing error raises questions about vaccine study results
"Ago, AstraZeneca and Oxford University announced that they're Corona virus vaccine worked in the majority of people who received in in trials. But now the company's admitted an error, which is raising lots of questions about its data. Ali Velshi is MSNBC anchor and economics correspondent, Allie Happy Thanksgiving to you. And to you? Yeah, thanks for taking some time with us. So to give some context here, Madonna and Visor announced great results with their vaccine. They still seem on course, This is AstraZeneca, which acknowledged a mistake in the vaccine dosage received by some study participants explain, so there was one group of 2741 participants when we need a lot of participants to make this work. They received a lower dose of the vaccine. It was a half a dose and then a full dose a month later. Now, all of those subjects all of the 2700 subjects who got this were under the age of 55, so they were considered the lowest risk group in the trial. And the trial showed 90% efficacy for them, which was really good. The 8895 participants who received the full dose Showed 62% advocacy now all of its pretty good because the FDA standard is 50% efficacy, But we've since heard from Fizer on we've heard from Moderna about 90%. Plus efficacy s so we don't really know what the answer is. When you combine this mathematically you get an average of about 70% efficacy efficacy, But that may not actually be true because you actually just have to have a trial. It's done properly. But that's what the problem is that it does appear that in the general population, the efficacy is substantially lower than what we originally thought. It would be. Well, there's that and you know, half a dose. Do they have any idea why that's working? Well, you know, this is the problem with vaccines. You've got to cover a lot of things. You got to figure out who your sample group is what they're under what the risk otherwise would have been and how much doses you want to give, because while they have most of these are reported to have very few side effects, they always have some side effects, and we don't have long term studies where we can say What happens a year down the road five years down the road, So companies generally want to give you the lowest dose possible initially for a vaccine, the lowest dose that's effective. So that's the problem that if you have the vaccine now with AstraZeneca That's about 75%. And then you got to other vaccines. There. 95% creates all sorts of logistical problems. Which one you're going to take. Which one can you get? Why would you take this one? If you could get the other ones, and part of the problem is you can't get the other ones is easily this one was going to be the easiest to be able to distribute. Well, we only have a minute here, but you're the business guy and, you know mark the markets are watching this in the American healthcare and biotech investment firm. Spb leering, said the Astra Zeneca trial didn't follow some FDA rules because of that it would never be licensed in the US putting that aside because, you know, we just don't know really. This is something we haven't really figured out what it is yet. It is this one of the problems of you know, we're doing this all by press release and not regulatory. Yes, it's a huge problem, and we will deal with this. I think after this, this Corona virus is over. But fundamentally, you're supposed to get your drug information from peer reviewed journals and from regulatory bodies, and we're getting these from press releases and the other thing that's happening. Robin is after all, of these things, the stocks go up. And some lot of insiders sell the stock on that thing, So there's you know, there's nothing illegal about it, but it does seem a little unseemly. We need to get back to the normal way of doing things because of the rush to get these vaccines were listening to what the company's air saying doesn't mean the vaccines are bad, but it's not the traditional way we go about learning about the efficacy of vaccines. MSNBC's Ali Velshi. Thank you.
"leers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Hey, guys, What's up? Yeah, Washington is kind of getting back in this game. The third quarter was pretty boring. Which is the field goal from Washington. Arizona. Respond with a touchdown of their own from that Kyler Murray 21 Yard run made it 27 to 3. But then Washington came back. Terry McLaren had great drive. He kept it off. With a 24 yard catch and run for a touchdown. He is now up to Now for this game, he has Seven catches 125 yards and one down joint has 129 yards passing to go on one touchdown color Mary 65 yards rushing into scores to go along with 2045 yards and one touch down through the air so little bit more offense in this game, Washington did come up short on the two point conversion attempt. Haskins was tackled short of the Goal line. It is 27 9, Arizona. They're central to the ball with 12 20 left to go in the fourth quarter. All right. Thank you very much. Adam Green. Let's go. The Chuck Hayes in the legend of Justin Herbert. Okay, maybe legend is is a stretch right now, But you got to get the picture Is the Chargers right there? Ah, handing it to the chief's right now. So leers Chuck, with more Chuck, are you there kept if he had kept the football Chuck case here in Los Angeles that Sophie Stadium if Justin Herbert had just taken the football and given what was available You would have moved the sticks and had a first down. But he said he forced the ball into Keenan Allen, and we're in the fourth period. Now it's the Chargers, 17 and the chief nine This was set up this whole next role run of plays. Harrison, but through the cheese Place kicker hit a 15 8 yard field goal that that Dr took nine plays 35 yards. And was for 56 off the clock. And that was that 3 11 in the third period, Michael Badge. Lee earlier in the period for the Chargers have a 41 yard field goal that 12 plays off the quant 57 yards. For 50. And right now, Patrick Mahomes is struggling. He is 13 of 28 for 126. They have the ball right now in. Ah, charge your territory right about midfield and from statistics wise, The successful charters today has been on the ground. Austin, Ecuador. 12 Carry for 85 yards Joshua Kelly 16 carries for 46 yards. Keenan Allen receiving six of 95 Hunter, Henry 4 59 Joshua Kelly to receptions for 49 Austin Equity, three receptions for 48 yards. The home has changed piece. He's got the football in the second half to Travis Kelsey, who now has seven receptions for 77 yards. So with 14 38 remaining in the third period Then you walk into the chief receiver has just been banged up. It is the Chargers 17 and the chief nine. Alright to Houston. We go where Baltimore firmly in control early in the fourth. Ears out of a plane. Which there's no fan here, but I could hear the bowing in my head. The Ravens lead the game 32 13, and they might get finished off the Texan's on 1/4, and one detective went for it on fourth and one from their own territory. Earlier in this game, they did not convert, and the Ravens turned that into a touchdown. The Ravens go for fourth and one from the Texan 30. They line up in Wildcats. They have Lamar Jackson lined up out. Why there he's wide out to the left. A direct snap to Mark Ingram, and he runs it in for a 30 yard touchdown, just the second offensive touchdown of the game for the Ravens, but it feels like they have scored on every single profession. Today. They lead this game. 32 13. Detectives have just one touchdown in this one. They have been held Teo a field goal in this chap that was on their last drive. There is frustration pretty Shawn Watson. When they could not convert on a third down, which forced them to kick that field goal. But right now they have both with about 11 minutes to play second down in three from their own 43. They need some points. They trial of 32 13. Alright, Thank you, Adam. So the Ravens in front of the Texans and the Patriots and Seahawks pair of teams coming off wins, or we could go with me tonight in Seattle and joining us right now. Is from Nessen. He covers the Patriots and Zach Cock. Zachery Jack Immaturity. MacDonald! How are you? Do well, guys. Thanks for having me glad to have you aboard. And, you know, obviously, I don't think the coaching staff has this has this thought, but you know, as as a fan or even in the media, and it's impossible not to look at what happened last week and see Tom Brady, you know, have a little bumpy debut in Tampa Bay and on the other side, Bill Belichick winning with Cam round How much of that you know, you really think may have may have come into play or even entered his mind at all. It's hard to say that I will say that everybody up here in New England is following those two franchises very close with the season. It's really going to be Basically the biggest story of this year's when, when the dust settles when, when week 17 kind of comes and goes, Is it advantage? Bella Tech O R. And it's Tom Brady, and it was certainly advantage. Belichick. In week one. I mean, it's hard to imagine can do Patriot debut going much better. And obviously, Tom Brady had some issues down there in Tampa Bay. So, yeah, I don't know if Bill Belichick is following it quite as closely as we are, but I'm sure he isn't too displeased with the results so far. Exact. My first question is the cam question, too. From the day that he was signed by the Patriots well into the offseason, the first question that came to mind is square Peg round hole, the Patriot tap the system they run. They've been running it with the same guy. Mr Brady for the last two decades, Cam Newton, a completely different type of a player. Something's got to give. Either the Patriots are going to build the system to take advantage of Cam strength, or Cam is gonna have to do it on the chain fly to be able to fit the Patriot system. Last week, it looked like it was Kam doing Kamm things and the Patriots making the correct the judge. Adjustments to make the work is it is my evaluation accurate. Do you think it's going to stay that way? I definitely think that is certainly what happened in week one, and that's certainly going to be the case moving forward. I don't know if they're going to be quite as run heavy and read option heavy as they were last week. Actually, I'd be a little surprised if they do have That same exact game plan, or just because they ran the ball so much they only through 19 passes can Newton ran the ball more than he has in all but one game in his career. That's not sustainable from a health perspective or from a production perspective, but One thing that I think a lot of people outside New England don't really realizes that the Patriots often has changed a lot over the years, the patriotsoffense by the end of calm Brady's tenure. Was almost completely different from what it was when Tom Brady first took over Bill Belichick always always likes to say it's about maximizing the strength of the players that He has on his team, and he just happened to have Tom Brady on a team for so long. That's why you didn't see any of the kind of quarterback running mobility aspect And now that you have You have Cam Newton. You'd be crazy not to take advantage of that kind of skill set so really addressed to see how this often sort of evolved over the course of the season..
How did the GOP become the party of Trump?
"For, a long time you didn't need to vote for the Republican Party to understand what it thought. It stood for this was the GOP, the grand old party natural political home of Steel Spine Rock ribbed American patriots who feed gold revered the flag and prized freedom. The Great. Republican presidents was serious people Abraham Lincoln the laconic lawyer who saved the Union freed the Slaves Theodore Roosevelt these swashbuckling polymath with a sweeping vision of America's place in the world. Dwight Eisenhower. The general who are treated d day liberated Europe. Then signed the first civil rights bill balanced the budget and ended the war in Korea Ronald Reagan. The indefatigable optimist who won the Cold War George H, w Bush. The bomber pilot turned oil baron who wanted a kinder gentler nation. Republicans. Preached Individual Liberty Individual Responsibility? Civic. Respectability they believed themselves stolid practical, dignified, and decent. If. One had to conjure a cartoonish affront to all that the GOP has affected to hold dearest one would arrive at a caricature very much like President Donald trump a godless draft dodger, a leering creep, an incorrigible liar, a perennial associate of Crooks Yahoos and Weirdos and a shameless ignoramus. But there he is at least until January twentieth and possibly for four beyond. In. The first episode of our series looking at the twenty twenty US presidential election, we'll ask how when, and why. The Party of Lincoln became the Party of trump. Why have so many GOP grandees being so willing to go along with this and what kind of future Republicans have once America runs out of angry mean old white guys
Amazon's Paul Cutsinger tells us what's new
"And so. There are lots and lots of new stuff that was that was announced and some expansions. But would you say there was perhaps a theme throughout all these or? Some. Thing in between the new features. There's a couple, a couple of themes. One chunk of the features was about enabling new experiences I. Mean we've just seen people billing amazing stuff with what's available now, but then wanting to do more. So there's A. Chunk of new experiences that surround. More enabling more natural deeper tasks. For example today what I love about voices, I can just think of something in it's happening like turn the light set a timer, play a game answer trivia question. You know I can just think it and it's happening. It's just this really neat moment. But the thing is I have more complex than that. I WANNA actually like. A and And so we see a lot of skill builders pushing into building more complex experiences than just call and response kinds of things, and we've talked a lot about different kinds of design approaches to deal with in all sorts of things but. With Alexa conversations, you start to get into completely different ways to even. Architect how you're going after that. So really leaning on AI based stuff to help build that out. So that's really cool. Other, other. Places that were locking this whole like how you feel the experience. So there's a lot of stuff in the multi modal area with screens and Interactive Games and audio leering. So you just build these townscapes out just make make make him more mercifully. There are also kind of pushing into this new set of experiences around on the go. So so far we've mostly focused on, hey, there's a device sitting in your kitchen or in your living room or whatever. But there's ear buds and there's frames mobile. There's a lot of different ways to make use of Alexa and. Of course, you can just take your normal experience to those. But when you really think about what would be useful, you start to find some new. Customer, experience patterns that you went on lock. So there's a bunch of on the go. Kind of experience, we've been able to start to open up. I guess one other thing besides experiences is just. And how do you get traffic like this? Business operate here, and so how do we get more traffic more revenue optimize your experience and that kind of stuff. So Like you experiences and then optimize your business the kind of two major buckets. US goods I think that's a good way of summarizing as well because it's like a mobile. For those children and we'll we'll ruin through some of these of these, some of the new features and stuff like that boy you you put it across really well, and there's there's features for designers and developers to make you create more immersive experiences. But then at the same time, you call things that help people get discovered mall. You've also got kind of deeper integration with with Mobile Iowa's an Android, and so it's kind of like it's Time to get to a point where it's an Amazon hasn't had you know a phone out there for a while and stuff like that but it's a lot. These allow these kind of changes, all updates and whatnot I've kind of took it a little bit further and deeper into the mobile ecosystem and trying to make you know whether it's on the goal in general, just more of an end to end a lexicon of experiences in. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. Just. When you think about doing something, you can just do you have your computing your fingertips. Right is the kind of the fingertips you're getting around you only. On the tip of your tongue on the tip of your tongue
Bobby Mackey's Music World
"Wilder Kentucky is a town of about three thousand people along the state's northern border. It's small very small, less than four square miles much of it is wooded. One might not expect at town of this size to have a nightclub, but it does. In, one thousand nine, hundred, seventy, eight, former farm and railroad worker named. Bobby mackey open to Honky Tonk bar off Kentucky route nine, the building it shows had a long history before mackey took ownership of it. Local legends says that in the past it was both a speakeasy and to slaughterhouse on top of being a hotbed for. Satanism. Today, it's rumored to play host to kind of spirits from full body apparitions, demonic portal's. Bobby. Mackie's checkered past and spectral present have the title of the. Most haunted nightclub in America. Sharon didn't like working on the desolate strip of road that led to Bobby. Mackie's she wanted to be closer to Cincinnati where there were always people around things got too quiet here. The silence left too much space for her own thoughts after the last song played on the Jukebox in the patrons had finally left. She mopped the floors wipe down countertops. The windows would shake slightly but she'd been told not to pay attention to that the regular joke that it was some vengeful spirit. Sharon suspected the cause was far more mundane cheap glass and poor construction Sharon unplug the jukebox took one last look around the place. It had never shined like the Chrysler building, but it looked clean again. She went through a small door in the back which barely clear head and up a small staircase to the tiny apartment above the bar she called home. Living and working in the same place took its toll. She had nights where she dreamt that she was trapped like puzzle winter. Tower. The whole world could change around her and she'd be none the wiser locked up above. In the light of day, those dreams seemed more than a little dramatic at night. However, they almost felt prophetic. This building held whatever pieces of herself she'd sewn together. If she ever dared leave, they would Holland raffle long strands pulling her into the strange dark well in the basement, a relic of one of the bars many other lives. As she claimed the steps. She. Saw someone waiting at the top for her. It was a woman wearing a faded dress. The intruders swayed on the step her hands clasped around her throat. Sharon paused and yelled at this area was off limits. The woman held Sharon's is and mauled two words. L. ME. Suddenly she sprinted down the stairs Sharon brace tourself expecting to be bowled over. But just before they made contact but women disappeared into thin air. Wave of nausea overwhelmed. Sharon. It was hard to describe exactly what had happened. She had built something hut pass through her body. She suddenly realized she'd never heard any footsteps even as the woman was charging at her. She reminded herself that she was tired. It had been a long night of tending to customers. She was probably having a waking nightmare. Sharing continued up the steps. nauseous. started to dissipate the heat was long-on. Sharon entered the cramped quarters she called home. Then sat down her small vintage chair it had come with the place in certainly wasn't her style, but she may do. After a while the familiarity was comforting. She untied her shoes. Let her body relax for the first time in days. Sharon's head felt heavy she didn't want to move. She let her eyes fall shut telling herself that she was just taking a quick power nap. She'd go to bed soon. She woke to the feeling of serrated metal teeth pressing into her neck. Sharon's body jerked involuntarily the blade dug into her skin. She screamed knowing that no, one would hear her. There was only highway and the river beside the nightclub. She was alone. Horizon. Went. As, adjusted Dhaka's. There was a man leering over her. His hand shook with the weight of the saw in his hand. In. The haze of retired mind she wondered how he entered when everything was locked up tight for the night. She told him that there was a safe downstairs, but it was empty. He didn't want money. The manse bat on the floor told her he was there to help her. Take care of things.
Rocksteady faces backlash for inaction regarding alleged sexual harassment
"Batman developer rock steady has been accused of failing to address sexual harassment this from Ethan Gotcha at Kotoka female staff members at rock city studios best known for Batman Arkham series sent a letter to management in twenty eighteen complaining about sexual harassment according to a new report by The Guardian the letter reportedly signed by ten of the sixteen women on staff at the time cited a number of persistent issues including transphobic slurs derogatory sexually. Explicit remarks about women and sexual harassment that included unwanted advance unwanted advances leering at parts of a women's body and inappropriate comments in the office. The Guardian reports. This misconduct reportedly also filtered into rock games which include hyper sexualize versions a Batman. Characters like poison ivy and cat woman according to one of the Guardian sources to address the issues raised in letter rock steady held a single company-wide hour. Long Training Seminar employees had to sign a statement confirming the pre. Dated in the training, but according to the source nothing else appeared to be done to address the problems quote. It felt that it was just a way for them to cover their asses and quote said the
"leers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This is the flagship of Giants and KNBR F s and insist, Please spores leers Good morning U to waken up yesterday's booze. Through the top off a bottle of nice stuff. No. It's a money ghost are today into the radio. I heard them on. What did you hear? Hissing sound like a 88 could be aboard this permission to board that mothership. You know, I had a lot of intergalactic wag body. Be a man, My brother from another mother being you guys make it You too, man..
Coronavirus Travel News
"As the world dust start to open itself up to travel again very gradually, we'll hear from Chris Gills shortly. which includes stay towels on May? Call Gospel not so bomb voyage. It's all those stories of win. Trouble doesn't go so well, and it's based on the. Travel News I. CAN'T UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Tony about the world opening up once travel ban to the UK lifted soon as possible government, there is working on a new plan, so the British holiday Mike is can travel freely around Europe from July, without the night to quarantine on their return I, think they calling it the European corridor, the covid corridor main Tom Spain has further eased lockdown missions Florida's Disney resort hotels will reopen this month and You Zealand his declared victory over Corona virus after its final covid, nineteen patient was given the all clear night coveted old in the country. Awesome, Las Vegas has reopened for business. Sort of kind of. Fighting in the opening of casinos isn't Simul have handwashing stations with water and towels and soap. Please use them at least twenty seconds and signs will suggest gets waged at mosques, the Renault. No shows nightclubs will sporting events. People from all around Italy can travel to Venice again while the nations are no longer required with mosques outside which Lycos makes failing Nola. Nice we'll have some more news from you as we go and we'll hear from about being stuck Hiroko with her. But right now let's to no attention to jewels and Christine the team behind. Don't forget to move there. fulltime travel bloggers from opposite sides of the world silence kickoff and find out how they may. So, we met when we were both travelling Solos through South America and we both decided to volunteer organization `Pisco Peru helping out after the earthquake down there, and we met while volunteering together and volunteered together for about six months, and then just continue traveling together, and that was back in two thousand twelve, so we've just continued the life of travel as a couple now and into a lot of places around the world. Yeah, this is this is life We made the transition. We started the trouble blog in trouble counting crash everything that's involved with that probably back. In mid two dozen took a few years to get started, but within the last four years. That's what we've been doing full time. Traveling around the world. We have a couple of biases that we like to to. Work out of our Bali in come back to San Francisco Melvin, but other than that way on the right full-time. Working Travel Yeah. It's a pretty pretty good offer now. It's. The travel industry is citing you blah. Don't forget to move. How's IT affected leering, come with a having forgot to move, but we're definitely not moving at the moment. With travel bicycling orbits stopping within a wake over here in the US it really just. Kinda pull the rug out from under old trips. We had for the rest of the planned. Will avail earn travel plans and pretty much just stopped on so all the troops, all the brands in the companies and destinations that we had planned to work with new coming six months old had to postpone those trips over the other hotness ships and stuff like that we had organized as well just as budgets became todor in trouble became a non everything just pigeonholed hold, and it's pretty much where we are at the moment, just whiting in Limburg for the travel industry to kick back up again, Gills thinking of. Other things to do outside. If this travel travel blog, or are you literally just waiting things to stop back up against? They can resume knife. Resumed life as normal. Yeah, we, we've always got. Something was working on something on the side We've been putting a lot more. Trouble podcasts, which has been good, because it's allowed us to continue talking about trouble in staying in trouble spice without having to physically travel, so that's been handy and we've got a couple of other business ideas. It will always floating around, but it's I. Guess Everything in general is a little bit uncertain at the moment. I'm kind of jealous of you podcast. Eighties cold, not so bomb voyage. It's all about the stuff that goes wrong on the rights. Then we've done a couple of episodes. We've shared stories of things that have gone wrong on the right, but as Jill said you. Focus your attention on your on your podcast until those stories. Where do they come from? So we tell stories that we find from France from other travel bloggers from stories from the news, all sorts of stories, books and movies, but all true stories of when things go wrong while traveling which we find to be, they make the best stories right. You don't come home and tell all your friends and family about the time that everything perfectly. When you're out traveling the world, you tell them about the time that your bus broke down or you had your cameras stolen or something crazy happened. Those always make the best stories, and we found that there with social media and instagram and everything. There was this skew trend towards the glamorous side of travel where everything is picture perfect and you're on a gorgeous beach. No one else is there and everything. It just looks wonderful, but everyone who's traveled knows that there's the other side of that where it's. You're hiking down to this beach in your sweaty and there's probably a million people there and somebody's trying to. To sell you, you know like that's just the real side of traveling, so we wanted to bring that the forefront and just chat with people about that and tell stories of when things go wrong in the road, because that's more interesting in our opinion,
The Marriage of Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear
"I wrote a post two years ago about this called nurse Siri You could think of it. As health coach Siri or nutritionist theory. you know so. It's this idea where you're actually getting the voice assistant that provides you with actionable insight into that data because collecting all state is one thing but making sense of the data is sort of the the more important piece of this and. I think that that's where it gets really exciting. Is this idea that you know if it's nursery? What it could be doing is it's you know it's constantly monitoring this in. Its using that longitudinal data set to serve as a benchmark for you because it knows over the course of five years. This is what normal looks like. And when it detects abnormal in your heart rate in your blood pressure in your glucose and all of the different types of metrics that are slowly being able to be captured by these types of sensors Then you can start to get these. Really interesting actionable insights. Hey David your heart rate's been off for the past week. Let's get you into a doctor. You can imagine this being applied to your your diet to like you could have this Connected to the types of APPS that might be used to collect this In again using the voice assistant scenario where you could envision this idea where you're like okay so for breakfast a too hard boiled eggs for lunch a Turkey Sandwich And so you're you're actually using the voice assistant to log all of your nutritional information and so what's exciting to me about all this is it's a new type of data set that. I think it will be really interesting to see how this gets integrated into the broader. Like you know like electronic health record data set as well so that we just have a you know this i. I can just foresee the scenario where you go into the doctor and the doctor. You know you've already basically conveyed all this through voices which is probably communicating with doctors. Voices then so that he has this. He has this data set in front of him. He has like all of these actual things so that it's not just like me just sort of you know. Shoot from the HIP hop. I haven't really been feeling not good and it's you know he doesn't have a lot or she doesn't have a lot to work off of now. They have like this really coherent type of information sitting right in front of him. So that's the gist of what I talked about. In as I went through I talked about how this will. It really be impactful for the end user for caregivers for all different types of stakeholders in this whole thing. Amazing that it's such a great summary of what you talked about the idea of the wearables and then I I love that sort of leering. The voice on top of it as the new interfaces new operating systems and talking about it or that sort of thing and then becoming hands-free with all of this and Oh it's so good. So that's fantastic. That's chapter six in the book voice and wearables by David Camp Amazing I've say thank you to you for for the effort. The time that you put into writing that it's such a wonderful A part of the book and Really really important part so Yeah I just say publicly. Thank you for thank you for doing that. Yeah absolutely Terry. It was a really cool experience like I said You know it's one of these things where I think we're kind of at the leading edge of it. But what excites me? The most is that it's really a young technology voice. Technology is and I really am bullish on this idea. That wearables will though serve two main purposes Actually they're going to serve a lot of different purposes but in this context are gonna serve two main purposes. They're going to be the data collectors and I understand that there might be ethical questions that come from this. Privacy questions concerns So a lot of these things are going to have to be worked through. I'm not just trying to say this is going to happen and But I think they'll be data collectors and then I think that they'll be the home in which the voice assistant resides whether it be in our here on our wrist and I think that's a cool idea because again it's this idea of you know think we tend to or for some people they tend to think of. Alec says like this way to check the weather or You know way to play music but we know I think a lot of us in the voice industry know that there's such a bigger vision here it's truly like a new computing platform and so It these things really excited me and I think that they're going to really work in tandem well together so two areas that I would definitely recommend everybody to keep an eye on In terms of how they work together. That's amazing and that's a great segue so for people to keep an eye on what is happening in this field. What are some resources that you could suggest an? Of course I want you to highlight your own. Yeah no I would definitely say you know with my blog future. Ear Dot Co My podcast to a future ear radio. Podcast you know. I think there's I I try to bring on a wide variety of people that are at this intersection. You know whether it be audiologist or people in the voice side people on the wearable side So I've had a lot of experts on that I give away better understanding of the complexities here and I think. What's exciting is that a lot of people are coming at this from different directions. And they're bringing their own style of expertise to the table. And I just think that they're you know what's given me so much assurance that this is that there's really exciting things on the horizon Is How intelligent the people are that I've met in how well thought out this all is you can tell that there are people that. I've talked to on my podcast. That have been thinking about this for twenty years. And they've been at this for their whole career So definitely check out future ear and An all the different types of people that I brought
Chryl Laird, "Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior"
"I'm Jen Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with Cheryl Laird. Shirl laird is a professor and political analyst who specializes in race and ethnic politics and political psychology and she joins me to discuss new book titled Steadfast Democrats. How SOCIAL FORCES SHAPE BLACK POLITICAL BEHAVIOR? She Co authored the book along with Ishmael White and if they analyze historical data to better understand why black Americans by far the most unified racial group in American politics and our conversations share laird and I draw parallels to the historical examples from the book and we correlate them to more recent political events. Like of course the Democratic primaries instance. This is a book that I personally will have to read more than once. It's that important. So without further ado here is my conversation with Cheryl. Layered sure leered welcome. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me you know. I just have to say when I was reading this book as a black woman. It was really interesting because I was basically reading an analysis of my own political behavior. And I've never actually read it examined in this way. It was really strange for me to read this. And because I don't think that much about my own political motivations right like I think about policy but I don't think you know why Democrat. Why have I always been a democrat? Why do I never question right and that was really interesting for me yet? No I think That's literally what are trying to do with this book and we also are african-american and I'm trying to speak from experience of understanding politics in a particular way And often I think the literature thus far in some of the fields of political science sociology and other areas where they examine behavior and even in this case political behavior. We haven't really seen something that takes on this kind of question And particularly like wire wiser people doing this thing The way that they're doing it and we're able to really tackle it in a political science sort of way but a lot of it is based off of our own lived experience as African Americans and understanding that politics works differently. Yeah and so. The thing is the open. The Book Win Alabama Senate Race Between Doug Jones Roy Moore. We all remember that race for some really terrible reasons because of the allegations around. Roy Moore but what? I think what keeps happening elections like this. Is that people try to analyze and predict a black voter behavior. Right they have all. These assumptions aren't right. And then what happens? Is that black voters in surprising them like they did in this election. I think ninety eight percent of black women voted for Doug Jones then it was following that when Tom Perez made this statement online that Blackman backbone of the Party and I think that was the first time that someone at that level of leadership the head of the DNC made a declaration like that and acknowledged that publicly. I think that that's that's right. It's like it is. It is clear that the partisan norm is very strong. The loyalty to the Party is incredibly significant. And in this defining to the Party itself and its success in numerous elections and I think the Alabama election would just put that into high relief. A you're just able to really see that at work and black women being like the people at the front lines of it not only in the voter box but also on the ground like they were the ones shepherding. The grassroot efforts on the ground they were the ones behind a lot of the the poll souls to the polls or gathering people up to get them to go vote informing people about what was going on And so they are. They're they're doing that work for the Party and often just getting knowledge for it. So what actually happened in that race? Why wasn't it as predictive as people? Thought? Alabama is typically. A red state was at the mobilization on the ground that happen in the context of the election right so we have two individuals Roy Moore and Doug Jones and Roy Moore has especially this incident that comes up about Some sexual impropriety. Right like this situation of pedophilia as part of the conversation. But I also think part of the reason why people didn't see it coming is that the speaks a lot to the data that gets collected that goes into the predictive models of elections. Which is the sample sizes often in those data are very small when it comes to the African American sample And so if you do not have very good. Data data that is large in terms of the size of the black sample. That's in it. Additionally that is broad in that it's not just focused in any one location but is spread across sets of black communities the predictive nature than of what you're going to get from that data is not going to be right. Like a selection bias can create a problem with that Additionally I think people also don't know of some of the resources that African Americans are often dealing with in this case if we look at in political science the way that African Americans participate in politics all of the indicators that we typically use things like education level income on all typically are things that would say what is likely for someone to participate. African Americans have to make up for all of that because they're very resource deprived especially in a place like Alabama. And so what you then have to rely. On our black institutions black churches black colleges like organizations became the frontline for trying to mobilize people and again most types of tapping of that information through polling or through other forms of assessment. If you don't know about that you wouldn't know where to go. Look for it and so people did it. They did it not go look there. They didn't know that people would be energized. In this election. With these circumstances that play to get themselves out to vote and at the partisan role of that vote would matter so much right. Did you think that's true? Nationally that black people are underrepresented in polling. Generally I think they are. I think that's how you get often. Polls for instance. I remember not too long ago. The president had cited to a poll where he said he thought he had a whole bunch of black people who are supportive of Ham radio or something like thirty percent of black people saying they were okay with Donald Trump. The mmediately my thought was I need to see the data because I want to know where the poll was taken. Is this a random? Sample poll is a poll that is targeted to black communities. Are you targeting? This poll to black people at a certain location like what's his taken at a convention of some sort like all of that would matter because it's going to skew the data and if you're not attentive to this in the sampling that you're doing and waiting the sampling and the size of it so often times really. It has to do with the size of the sample often in a poll of maybe a thousand or thirteen hundred people in terms of African Americans that are in that sample. You'll be lucky if you see a hundred people in it well enough when you're talking about about black political ideology and I think another thing that's misunderstood about. The black voting block is just how conservative they are like socially conservative in a lot of ways and I think it's because there's this confusion around. We are generally in allegiance to a non Conservative Party. No I think that's right. I think because we think of ideology and political science typically the conservative Liberal ideology spectrum that we have is used heavily to predict partisanship and in most literature which is often used basically assessing white Americans. What we find is that people's ideology very predictive of their partisanship especially in a polarized environment for African Americans. It's different right and I think part of that has to do with how ideology works for African Americans. Black people are very politically diverse in their views. Say That again why he very click over to the partisan behavior needs to be thought about much more from a strategic advantage at the group is trying to do to be able to minority group in majority system and having a voice but people have varying opinions and a lot of people are very conservative. Especially on things like social conservatism fiscal conservatives on religiosity often as a driving force and we know from data especially from Pew Research Center. They find the African Americans as a racial group are some of the most strongest actors when it comes to their role engagement of religious institutions and those religious institutions are also African American. Right like this is like Martin Luther King talking about the most segregated day of the week is Sunday right. Like that is where they are. And it still is true. So conservatism manifests differently. For Blacks and ideologically. It also is very shaped by race. Where the goals of what people are leaning into in terms of their ideology could have a lot more to do with what they believe is important for trying to improve the status of the group even if they are varying in how they believe one would try to approach that but at the end of the day the partisanship though is done. In a manner that is trying to elevate the voice of the black community And political power in a space where we are a majority based system the one of the things. That's really interesting about that is that it's almost subconscious right. We don't necessarily like myself. I don't think necessarily my role in this larger picture of what we're trying to do collectively but we just we just do it. We just do it. I mean it's interesting because when we presented on this before we like to use this episode of black ish again. I think it's like elephants in the room. Or something to that effect about their son Junior Andrea. Both junior decided that he wants to join the young. Black Republicans Club at school. Or something and Andre is stunned and he's trying to explain it as family members and they all can't understand see China explaining to bow Chinese to his mother And they're both like what do you mean? He wants to join a republic. He wants to be like he wants to be a the Republicans like the League. Keep he wants to go to Banana Republic and buy clothes like they can't even process it because you're right it is become such a partly to be black is to Democrats and people who seem to be different from that are seen as strange right But I think it speaks so heavily to how long this norm of collective group race behavior has been informing black political behavior over
Love Sounds With Martha Saunders: How I Learned To Love Valentines Day After A Nude Man In A Diaper Killed My Father With A Bow And Arrow
"They'd rather not relive but within that pain. We can often find a glimmer of hope. Sparkling like a diamond ring. Hope is what happened to Aaron Mercer. Who will be reading a heartfelt first person essay titled the Child's? We hope it will make you cry. There have been times in my life that I thought I can't make it through another Valentine's Day it's too hard being reminded of what I lost year after year. With a little help I did it. I managed to love Valentine's Day again years after a nude man in a diaper killed. My father with a bow and Arrow. Don't think people understand what it feels like to walk around on Valentine's Day in my shoes. Images of Cupid are everywhere. The chair wearing a diaper launching his arrows and making couples fall in love. People think it's sweet but when I see the god of love all I can picture. Is My father bleeding out on the sidewalk. Years ago after the man wearing only an adult diaper and filthy running. She was fired an Arrow right through his chest. Every Valentine's Day was like watching him get murdered by that diaper man. All over again happened when I was just a little girl. It was outside a restaurant of course so the fact that Valentine's dinners are usually in restaurants has been another problem for me and the naked man came out of nowhere wielding his bow running down the street screaming. And I'll never forget it. I will always love you. I had a date wants who played that song and Rian from his apartment in tears every year by mid January I would start to get a glimpse of the horrors awaiting it would be in the convenience store looking for rubber bands or sponges. In theor- They'd be lining the greeting card. I'll pictures of my father's killer smiling at me. Taunting me the way that man with the blood-stained adult diaper and filthy new balance. Running shoes did that day. Leering at me as mayhem urging father bag that man not to shoot anyone else. I would get so upset. I'd find myself shaking in the hallmark dialing nine one one about to call the police. Unavailing Teens Day card may relationships have suffered for a long time. I would avoid even being in a relationship on Valentine's Day or I'd say let's have a quiet night in but my date would bring over a box of chocolates. And they're that type were wearing chair would be waiting to ruin my day. Just like the diaper man ruined my life. One year I had gone on a few dates with a guy and things were going well but then Valentine's Day rolled around. I hadn't told him yet about what had happened to my father. I didn't want to. I really liked him and I thought I would be okay. He had a sense of humor and like to do these little stunts so when he came to pick me up he opened up his jacket and said surprise he had dressed up as cupid. I still get waves of sadness when I remember how I felt. In that moment he just meant it as a bit of fun but I got so distraught. I basically blacked out when I came to. I was screaming and smacking him with a dozen roses. Things were never the same after that. How could I make people understand that? All Valentine's Day meant to me was holding my father's hand at the hospital as the life drained from his is then being informed that the man in the diaper had gotten away his bow and Arrow nowhere to be found but in time I persevered. I learned to cope with the help of my therapist. I eventually
No Bad Kids: Tantrums, Mealtimes, and Cleaning Up
"Today. I'm doing something a little bit different. I have a note I receive from a parent a dad. Actually who has read my book. No bad kids and he has three different areas. that he wants clarification on so so. I'm GonNa do that and I'll take the questions one by one. Here's the note I received. Hi Janet I just finished reading your book no bad kids and it was truly eye opening thing coming from a disciplinarian family and not wanting to expose my children to the same feelings of shame and mistrust. This was exactly the guidance I was seeking. I do have a few practical questions. As I felt the book dealt mostly with initial boundary setting and interactions and there are inevitably slips and tantrums. Question one the book describes simply being present during a Tantrum. Do most tantrums truly self resolve. And how long young do you allow for them while my wife and I don't use distraction as a standard technique we have certainly found that our daughter requires some level of quote problem solving or suggestions to help her wind down from Tantrum. Would you not recommend this okay. So there's actually some interesting science on this that it is not helpful to talk to a child during Tantrum that that actually can increase the discomfort that they feel and make it harder for them to pass through the states. So this matches up with what I've experienced over twenty five years with my own children and in classrooms and with parents and toddlers. I've witnessed many many many tantrums and in my experience they always self resolve and and by Self Resolve. I don't mean the child doesn't have our support. We are open. We're empathetic. We understand that. This is a normal state date of overwhelmed that our child is in that. What's going on here is healthy and important for them? So not only would I not distract and and try to bring my child out of the Tantrum. I wouldn't do problem solving at that time. When my child is in the eye of the storm I would let let it be? It certainly requires a lot of trust as a parent to be able to like go of our feelings of wanting to put a timer on it and wanting to fix it but letting go and trusting that it will last as long as it needs to last and if this is going on on and on we may be playing into it by being an impatient presence. We can see when our child comes out of that state that they get lost in in the Tantrum that they're starting to come back to a consciousness where we can then maybe problem solve or say come come here I WANNA hold you. That was really hard. That was really uncomfortable. I'm not sure what problem solving this father's been doing. I'm not sure what that looks. Looks like the suggestions but I would be careful because that can prolong the feelings. Make our child feel unsafe going there into the Tantrum and feel our judgment or lack of acceptance of it. I have a lot of podcasts around this topic topic of a lot of written posts as well because it does take a practice it does take perception of the feelings and the tantrums as positive for a child and even necessary they can be very positive for our relationship as well if we can handle them with patience and trust rest. It is important for us to get to that frame of mind where we can allow this. And then you'll see your child and maybe the status seeing this you'll see your child child come out of this state where everything seemed wrong in our our world seemed all wrong and they just kind of turn on a dime and they're fine. We see that they have cleared something that they need to clear. They're back to themselves now. They WANNA play and off. They go so that can and help us to seeing. Gosh she's fine. She just needed to go there. It's safe the more that happens the easier. It is is for us to trust and not get into problem solving or helping her. Come out of it so really. This is less work for us. It's maybe more mental work in our perception perception. That challenge of letting go but we can let go of it being our job to do something here which takes pressure off of US actually okay. So here's a second question. He says food and mealtime of always been a struggle for us. Our daughter fell off the weight curve at one point so it's a mental barrier to discontinue a meal and she's proven fully capable at skipping them. Your Book Discusses Ending Meals upon repeated boundary testing. Do you have a recommendation on when it is appropriate to reoffer food. So I'm just GONNA skip to that I. There's no specific timeframe in an hour. Our in forty five minutes the point of this mealtime approach that I recommend and others recommend is that we are clearing leering away all the emotions and power struggles the agendas that we have around something that really does belong onto our child and our child needs to completely control and that's what she eats and how much he eats with the healthy options that were providing adding but within those options are child needs to be the boss if we think about it. What's our goal? What's our goal for a child's eating habits? It's it's really the same as our goal for ourselves that we listen to our bodies that we can clear away all the noise and and here when we're full and feel what our body needs to eat. Children have this ability. We all do but it can get lost in the noise. His and the emotions and this is especially important if our child is off the weight curve or there are other issues it's especially really important and of course much more challenging for us to trust her. Let our child to her job to eat what she needs to eat. And if we've created a little bit of power struggle around this then it's going to be a little harder to dial it back but it's crucial that we let her know that we're giving her this trust that it's not about us and we're not interested in coaxing her to eat more or less or different different. It's not about pleasing us. It's about feeling that she has within herself. This dad says it's a mental barrier to discontinue annual meal so my advice around discontinuing a meal is to be reading our child in those moments and if we are concerned about our a child eating it's going to be harder for us to have some basic rules around it that are very common sense and reasonable. Like if you're throwing your vote on the floor if you're playing with your food if you're dumping out your drink you're showing me that you're done with food for now you're not interested in eating anymore and in the beginning when children I do these things it would be rare for them to do them if they were actually quite hungry when they're hungry obey eat when they're done then they try out things as a toddler. Oh what do they think about this. What happens here? But if we're concerned right there and we want them to eat more than we are going to let them keep eating which tells them this is okay. It is okay for me to stand up and run around with the food or to throw it down or play with it and right. There were taking our child's mind out of what they're doing into a two exploring with us but they allow what do they not allow. And how many times will they allow me to do this. I sense that they really want me to stay here. And keep eating but as a healthy toddler. I'm going to be exploring why they're pushing this and even if we're not pushing it for coaxing folksinger if we're just hoping that they'll keep eating. Most children will feel that so allowing those things that might feel kinder to us at will give give our child another chance. Or maybe they didn't mean it actually gets in our child's way and then makes our job harder because our child isn't just eating purely from their own no need anymore. They're playing these games with us. They're exploring with us. So I would encourage this data in any parent To look at that mental barrier that he has it really requires being kind of strict about these mealtime behaviors and all of these rules that that I recommend sitting while they eat not playing around staying focused on the food these are actually all centered around creating the healthiest eating habits. We as adults we can multitask studies. Show that we don't really do anything very well when we do that. And we might eat too much or not enough because we're thinking about other other things are doing other things while we're eating but young children. We have this opportunity to foster their mindfulness and what they're doing. That means staying focused hissed. Now's the time we eat. And yes we talk and we socialize. You have my full attention. I don't have my phone here at mealtimes I'm here here for you and we're here to eat and that's it so in those moments when we're setting the limit we might say oops are you done. cassettes showing me that you're done and ideally will be there with our hand able to stop the action while it's happening so then right there we're going to get a very clear answer. Our child will either stop what they're doing getting up for playing with the food and keep eating or they will continue to do those behaviors so when it's really clear than we can say OK. Looks like you're playing. That shows me. You're done all right. My love her done. We'll try again later her. I wouldn't be mean I would be tuned in so it's interesting because both these questions. This dot has actually about one of the main challenges for us. Important goals for us as Parents Trust trust in our child to do what they're capable of doing expressing messing emotions fully eating what they need both of those about trust and the third question he has a little different he says. Finally Your Book Discusses Boundary Setting which toddlers probably covers most of the corrective actions. Apparent needs to take. But what are your suggestions. As far as behaviors you would like your a child to actively learn specifically. My daughter has refused cleaning up after her messages. And she won't apologize. And those are certainly the types the values etiquette. I'd like her to learn outside of a direct request. It often feels like our only options are to let her move on which feels too passive passive or coerce. Her which we fear leads to shame or the wrong lesson learned. Thank you for your wonderful book. Okay so what. My Mind's going to with the way that he describes cleaning up it sounds a little different from cleaning up toys. I'm wondering if this is messes around. mealtime I'm not sure. What other kind of messes she might be making? But generally I would set a child up for success so that they're not making kind of messes that are going to upset us so fat around mealtime again. I would be stopping my child with my hand when there is starting to dump something because I am being attentive and then seeing that for what it is. Which is my child saying I'm done? I'm testing now. I'm not eating anymore. How are you going to handle that? That's that's basically what's going on there and again if I'm worried my child as an eating enough so I'm not comfortable ending the meal then I'm going to be accepting the mess This data is absolutely right. He says the boundary setting mostly covers corrective actions. Apparent needs to take where we're actually physically stopping our child while we're letting them know we can't let you. This isn't safe but cooperation is voluntary. We can't make a child cleanup. Yes we could threaten and bribe and do a lot of things that I don't sense this dad wants to do but those things will actually make our child feel less genuinely cooperative cooperative and will distance us in our relationship and our relationship is the best tool. We
Divine Architecture: Our Lady of the Cadore
"Monaco's dedicated weekly design program. And I'm Josh Venit each week. We embark on an uphill challenge of an intriguing tale. Somewhere somewhere in the world of design and this week we had to the snow top tips of the Dolomite Mountains in Italy to be exact located in a forest. Not far from the resort town of Cortina. He knows damn pet so in northern Italy the Church of Our Lady of Kadora is a jewel of sacred modern architecture completed in nineteen sixty one. The building was designed by Italian architect of note collar SCARPA. He worked with the former pupil to create a space that continues to attract devote tease design minded and religious like Monaco's Melania correspondent Ivan. Combine Leo made the Pilgrimage to visit the church and he also spoke with a local architectural historian named Michaela. Low about about this. Unique Work of ecclesiastical architecture take it away Ivan one of the most enigmatic doc and underappreciated figures of Twentieth Century Design Carlo SCARPA was an architect and designer best known for his instinctive approach to materials combining time. I'm honored crafts with modern manufacturing techniques. We all live on. Borough fanatical born in one thousand nine six in Venice where I studied architecture. SCARPA would go on to work at the famed. Veneer glassworks in Moreno. Where in the Nineteen Thirties. He was creative director and developed pieces. The today are part of the permanent collection. At New York's Moma as an architect SCARPA worked mostly in around Venice. We're in the nineteen forties. He began to teach drawing and into your decoration. At the local university one of his pupils was architect. Eduardo Goellner who returned in nineteen fifty six to ask his former professor for help on a commission in the dolemite mountains. It Atalanta Kamata Brigitta in the village to record order close to the ski resorts of Cortina. Pitso Gillner was busy building. A holiday village for the employees of ENRICO METAIS head of Italian oil giant any next to two hotels and chalets for workers families to use his vacation homes in summer and winter metairie desire to church to complete his mouth community. You Kill Merlo is an architect and historian who oversees foundation documenting. The work of Goellner who bid like years Care Integrated Tony Goupil down. The chemicals that Merrill explained tells carpers lasting contribution to the interior of the church elevated the any project pick to become a respected work of contemporary Italian architecture. The case will be larger. Costatini solid between a forum. Ano- Naji Lady Eighty Galilee. He said he'd donate any promotional video. Shows the church in all its modernist splendor blender during a festive Christmas mass and the mass full attention to detail that SCARPA brought to the project. Scott up out of the Venezia a Thai the comic receive eight three the Morano carotenoids any Lampe de Mello observes of the austere interior made of concrete beaten would is given a touch of color in the green and Ambert into Chinda. Leers made him Ronald Glass designed by SCARPA his minimalist pews. Mahogany arc matched by flooring that beaches a pattern created by submerging treetrunks into the cement pavement. The main entrance is a grand sliding door and would that opens in summertime. Underneath the churches sixty degree pitched roof and slender belltower. With a high steel steeple there recalls a slender oil rig worshippers find a sequence of trusses braced by asymmetrical steel tyrod and supported by cement pillars. Also remarkable was the high altar and his spinning the reforms of the Second Vatican Council a few years later SCARPA designed stunning sculpture in White Guerrero marble that allow the priest to face the congregation and during the celebration of the mass fans of SCARPA will find it like his later. Work of sacred architecture at the Briones cemetery in the Venuto. It is the subtleties that standout in his designs. At the Church of Our Lady of Kadoorie SCARPA was able to compose
Footage of Trump and Epstein partying with women in 1992 emerges
"Jeffrey Epstein is due back in a New York court later today where he is expected to learn from a federal judge whether or not he will be granted bail as as he awaits trial on new sex crimes charges involving children underage girls and we have an update now on the footage found by our morning joe producers from back in Nineteen ninety-two that shows trump watching and commenting on women with Epstein who is now a sex offender and accused sex trafficker at trump's mar a lago estate. This is when it was private. It was not a club yet open to others according into the New York Times that party took place the same year trump hosted an off camera affair with abstain at mar-a-lago during which they were the only male guests and they had more than two dozen what they're called calendar wonder girls flown in to provide them with entertain just the only chest and Donald Trump wait hold on twenty eight young women you mean just because they're donald trump in upstate and a lot of others you saying yeah in that event. They flew in twenty-eight quote. Yes girls are you saying it was the only people at mar-a-lago were already and trump were Epstein Donald in that video that we unearthed you see Epstein another Letterman Donald Trump leering at women's sort of salivating and looking at them as they're dancing and making some sort of comments that 'cause Epstein to double over in laughter this <hes> sex offender who is accused of sex trafficking but in the background you see Gillan Maxwell. I'm not sure if I have her name right but she is a British socialite who is accused of being epsteins recruiter of underage girls whose film <hes> who who brought them in recruited them and gave them money on. She's there in the background at there. She is what the white shirt show dancing now. What is he saying helps because I understand when Donald Trump said and shows that he that he loved? What did you say Jeffrey? Epstein Epstein was a great guy and he really loved women just like Donald. He loved women almost as much as donald did but then he'd look really young women I now we. I guess we understand look at these looking at women. Women get over themselves so president trump told reporters in the Oval Office last night last week that he had a falling out and was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein. I guess this is when he was a fan. While the nature trump trump's falling out with Epstein remains unclear the Times reports the Times reports trump told associates that he banned at stained from mar-a-lago after a worker at Trump's club <hes> was recruited to be a masseuse for Epstein while others close to add teen Klay Business Transaction related to a Florida property ended their relationship in two thousand sixteen. The paper says then candidate trumps allies worked to minimize his association with Epstein while noting that former President Bill Clinton had also been friends with the wealthy financier it also reports that during a deposition in twenty ten lawsuit accusing him of set a traffic in children for sex at St in declined to answer whether he and trump tom had ever socialized in the presence of underage girl John Heilemann. We're getting this morning from Vanity Fair that they're about to be two thousand documents that are going to be releasing obscene case which will likely likely reveal the associations between Epstein a number of
"leers" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I can do this. I'm experienced enough to do this. I am knowledgeable enough to do this. I'm prepared enough to do this. I am the chur enough to do this. I'm brave enough to do. That's the US Representative for New York's fourteenth district Alexandria, ocasio Cortez in the new dock knock down the house directed by. Rachel Leers follows four first time female candidates ran primary challenges in twenty teen ocasio Cortez. Most notable among them knocked on the house heads debut in January at Sundance picked up by net flicks and showed up there on the platform last week where Adam you were able to fit it in. Would you make this documentary? Yeah, really liked it definitely recommended. It's fascinating story of a movement that I wasn't aware, of course, generally aware of a progressive movement to make congress more diverse the more specifically, even though the movie doesn't devote a lot of attention to this shows how these candidates got started. And there's this group called just as Democrats among others who set out to find these types of candidates people who may be had never thought about running for office before or getting into politics at all. But could potentially make. Difference. Of course, that includes women like Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. We just call aero see from now on since. That's how everyone refers to her anyway chur of so we do get a little bit of that. And those campaigns getting started there's also these four women and their own fascinating stories in addition to its Amy villa Corey Bush, and Paula Jean swearing gin. And it's interesting for example, watch swearing Jen at an early rally where it's more formal and she's behind a podium, and she's got prepared remarks. And there's a lot of passion, and there's a lot of anger behind what she's saying. But it doesn't really connect to me. Anyway, as of your didn't really inspired all and then when we get scenes of Rachel Leers, the director following swearing out in West Virginia in her native state among her family and friends, and the citizens that she hopes to represent and she couldn't be more natural. But also electric, and inspirational, and there is a personal and emotional reason driving everyone. Of these campaigns as well that really gives this movie some weight, it's clear that these people aren't in it to be politicians. I said they're intellectually fight for people who need to be fought for. And this is more of a topic for people who have seen the film, but the whole time I was thinking about Lear storytelling approach what she envisioned when she began filming how that may have evolved based on circumstances. I'll put it this way. Josh a OC is the beginning of the film. She's the end of the film. She's the middle of the movie, and she's most of inbetween, and look she's not only a bona fide political star at this point she won. So it makes sense that her story might get more time. I am still wrestling little bit with whether or not the other women deserved similar treatment and more time to match or if Leers Maeda justified storytelling compromise for a greater good. The same way. Documentaries have to make difficult decis. She's with their material all the time. I watched it with my daughter, Sophie, she really enjoyed. She founded empowering, and it did lead me thinking about people. I would really like to see this movie. And let's face it people who are already predisposed to disliking AO see are not going to watch this movie. I don't have any hope for the maga- crowd out there to fire this up on that flicks. And decide maybe they had a oh, see all wrong..
"leers" Discussed on We're No Doctors
"No kids. I was on the equipment crew as well. I perform the marching band, but I was on the equipment crew. And what does that mean? So you worked the Olympics. Yeah. I got a pretty good paycheck for for safeguarding. That symbol that's over there. I'm a drum set. I don't know if that has an Olympic logo on it. But that ride simple was Zilja donated one hundred and thirty pairs of symbols no to the Olympic band and they're only thirty symbol players. So there was all this extra ship. And at the end of everything we had was locked up in semis. And like the the head guys were asking us to load up their cars with the PA system to take home. There was no way to dispose of all this stuff. So I don't know that kind of fell off the truck. Away, my German across the river had a few sets those symbols that you hit with like. Yeah. Like the toy monkey that clashes the symbols together. Yeah. There there's a case around here with some of the music from the Olympics. So how did you hook that up? I was going to UCLA at the time. I was in the UCLA marching band. Did you have known me as the bottom of the you? So would you play like bowl games and stuff with? Yeah. My freshman year we played the Rose Bowl. So I've marched in the rose parade. Playing trombone. Yeah. Do you still play what was actually played trombone on a recording? That I did in the past year. I did of it's a tribute to Pink Floyd the wall, and there's a trombone part in there, and I hadn't busted that thing out accepted. Chase the dogs on for our. Busted that out. And and I nailed it after all these years. What was the so what Pink Floyd song us to remove? Is there? Anybody out there? It does that melodic Qatar thing that is like, yeah. Yeah. And then. There's some horn parts that come in do. That's amazing. It was fun. I tried to play trumpet when I was when I was a little kid. I want it for some reason. I saw somebody playing the trumpet and I wanted to learn to play trumpet. And so my parents got me trumpet lessons. This was in riverside. There. This the local Leers music those record or a music store downtown riverside by the riverside plaza called Leers music, and they had this teacher who was like ancient he had to have been in his seventies..
Luke Perry Has Been Laid to Rest
"And finally, Luke Perry has been laid to rest in Dickson county. This is according to his death certificate obtained by TMZ the nine oh, two one. Oh and Riverdale star died on March fourth after a massive stroke at his home in California, very was a part-time tennesseean who owned a farm in Van Leer, which of course, is
"leers" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"But baked into the pie here is I think that that read is very clear eventually after Langa Leers was a success for ABC. That hurts those two were a success. Okay. Langa Leers success to were as do not go together. I mean what television. You don't know. It's bad until after you've seen it. We'll get there. Eventually, I think it'll be twenty twenty but I will make the argument it is the worst ABC miniseries of king worse than the shining remain. I believe that. But it's not worse than Tommy knockers. No, it is we'll get there could have that fight. But after Langa Leers then studios were ready to do this. Stephen King himself, did an credited rewrite of the script. And then Tom Holland film this in ninety five for a may ninety six release after support test screenings it ended up in October ninety six release, but it did not sit on a shelf. They were actively re shooting in ninety six and I notice spelling entertainment is tag onto this that they are in spelling the TV guy that may Charlie's angels and Beverly Hills, Dino two zero and all that love. Vote Tories dad. So there was never any discussion about putting this on TV at no point. Was it going to be one of those miniseries? No. It was always going to be a hard are. And it was going to be expensive the key with thinner. One of the big problems with telling the story is you have to dramatize the weight loss, you have to show it on screen. You couldn't do it on TV budget. There had been a breakthrough just a couple years earlier, the movie death becomes her got a lot of acclaim. It had some CGI in it. And some really interesting use of CGI, but Goldie Hawn and fat suit is what everyone was talking about it. And it was the most convincing fat suit of all time. It really was a good looking fat suit. It only had a couple of things. But true. Yes. Are you trying to say this groundbreaking fat suit here because who boy gimme the klumps? When I read the novel. I thought you'd get an actor Robert deniro or Christian bale some of that would literally gain the way to lose it. Stephen King suggested they hire John candy and John Kelly. The actually lose the weight, and the quote was it could save John's life that's full of blowing off that I can have. But I'll just leave it at a law. But yes, I mean, I thought you could do it naturally or with some prosthetics, but not make it a fat suit thing about the fat suit. Is that to me telegraphs, Tom? Yes, or lose cartoonish nece when you put on the prosthetics. I don't think I'd ever seen the fat suit not used in that way, death becomes her nutty professor, Jimmy Glick, or whatever that character. Martin short created. I feel like when you put on a fat suit. You're trying to make people laugh and nutty professor was the same year as this. So it wouldn't be necessarily a reference they did bring in an Academy Award winning makeup guide to do the fat suit. He'd won four MRs Doubtfire, another body suit type thing and Coppola Dracula. Okay. Well, we can talk about the big effects, and how believable it is coming to this movie and having nothing in my mind. I've never seen a free. Some of this. I didn't know how they were going to do it. Or who was in it? I was hoping that I could believe that transformation because you're right. It is crucial that we see somebody go from well in the book, he's not that large. I think he's what to forty or something they're going to push it to three hundred, but you really need to see a night and day transformation of the body. Well, let's talk about that transformation. Arnie give us a plot. In a small town lives, a large lawyer almost three hundred pounds large Billy Haluk, played by Robert, John Burke, the fake robocup robocup three booze. They that hurt when I saw my who's gonna be the guy. Billy has been trying to lose weight with his wife. Heidi played by Lucinda Jenney putting Billy on one diet after another. But that hasn't stopped her affection for her husband as shown one night where have to a dinner out. She starts to give him some road head. He enjoys it so much he doesn't notice the ship. See woman this crossing the street..
"leers" Discussed on KCRW
"The. The. And. Thomas Leers, saving grace, bullion remix. On emotional rescue. Just before that deadly. So. We saw that sit on we look. Sappi remakes. Fit and retouched release on wa wa. Wheelchaired heard one from June. She Kuma physique. Yeah. KCRW on a Saturday night. on the unfixable podcast, we traveled to a Belgian prison and ask when your own mind fails, you who comes to the rescue the voice come from inside my soul from body. Kim. Now, I say to her that. I'm God news. Different person. Find unfixable on Spotify apple podcasts or wherever you.
"leers" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"And in a back donate country on my back. Don't. Okay, I'll be back into. I. Gucci. Jimmy too. Frontiers. The J Leers. Checks. I know. Gucci. Real ninety two three. Flooded. Got it. In how? I conflict the money. Risk tired. If you put in. Retire. She told me donate money making. You. They don't take. Now. Those..
Video shows Harvey Weinstein caressing rape accuser
"Dr do we I'm watching the Weinstein video right now. And I must tell you. My skin is crawling. My skin is crawling. Glad to hear that. Okay. Few men that watched it that I heard from. And they said, you know, when you watch it. She's kind of you know, flirting back. She's you know, he's asking her questions and she's not saying stop inappropriate. I feel like people outta show this video to people as a way of assessing empathic atonement. And if somebody responds the way, you just described they need a little therapy or something it'd be careful around those people. What she's dealing with? Had the way he looked at her. I'm furious. Now that he looked at you like that. I'm not kidding about that. Discussed it with this guy. He's he's disgusting. Now, just our listeners now Sky News. Spoke to this woman, Melissa Thompson who alleges that that Harvey Weinstein raped her just a few hours after this video recording. She made in his office. She had a business meeting with him. She was trying to sell her software tech software, and she was recording it on her laptop and throughout the conversation. She has with him. He, you know, kind of vacillates back and forth between flirting with her trying to get it on a more inappropriate level and then going back to work. So that she stays interested in focused. Doesn't get nervous not flirting leering and touching and rubbing her the whole time. So let's hear one of the clips homeless or. You have to win to two. From your New York, and they have to like, it's now you're generating all these legs interface pitch. Wow. Okay. Your service. Good Marilyn, real good menu. Nathan you boss. The hot data. So this hot. So you know, what you hear there is him basically telling her. Yeah, I'm gonna use your service. You soldier product is sold your product. And then he starts that's when he says, you know, I have to go edit a movie now, can we meet up later. We also reaches under the table puts his hand up her dress. That's what you don't see individuals, and we say her start to squirm. Away. He's rubbing her arm, and she you can tell she's just trying to get through her pitch. Yes. Without being you know, because that's the the line that women ride. You know, this man is the person you have to meet with to get the business done. And so you have to be polite. You don't want to offend him. You don't want to give them a reason to kick you out and not. We passed that now where people would know to get up and screaming situation. It really does. I mean, if you are reliant on him for a job like so many women were what do you do in this situation? You're in his office by yourself. Maybe never do that. Well, yeah. I mean, I think a lot of women no better now. But you're in his office by yourself. So when he asks her can we meet at a bar later. Can we meet at the Grand Hotel or something she says? Yeah. Okay. Let's do that. It's five thirty in the afternoon. They're supposed to meet. She says I felt so much safer. Closing the deal there anymore. I was hoping if I were you hoping for something like that like, okay get out of here Graham, but then she explains when they get to the hotel. He he quickly shuffled her up to his room at the hotel. He's able to do that. And we've heard him do that before come on come on. Just a minute. I need to get this. I need to get that.
NFL's first male dancers will hit the sidelines this season
"For the podcast Read this article CNN and they're talking about how this is the year For the first time ever the, sidelines of at least two NFL teams will be adorned with male cheerleaders Which it ultimately I don't know that. That's really that big of a deal considering whenever I go over to like the state game or whatever There's cheerleaders and then they have the male cheerleaders Or, if you, go over to go watch Carolina play You can, buy shoes so That's. Good How do you know or? Heading, not no To not sell your? Shoes Thirteen players have received some some sort of suspension But the sports show not today so, I don't know if it's big of a deal but it's the New Orleans Saints in the Los, Angeles Rams who will have the first year Leers but they're interviewing one of the first. People who was selected to be male NFL cheerleader His name, is Napoleon Jenny's j. an ES it's just one of the oddest Dame's I've ever seen And his dance partner is Quinton Perrone Yes Polian Jenny's. Who's very excited so can't believe him one of the first meals in history to be a pro NFL cheerleader Other teams like the Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens stunt stuntman what about stunt women See we can we can. Go down this road all frigging day people. Hold on somebody's mad at, me, let's, see what this. Is due to do What's wrong see this is telling you I don't. Want to? Get into Alex Jones thing This is via Twitter Casey if the government can utilize the commerce clause to force, us, to accept men pain in the ladies room Shirley they can, utilize the. Same clause to regulate social media platforms prevent discrimination Do, I, need to explain the the nine different problems that I have with that line of thinking so the personal, search, like if you don't like something why would you want more, of it That's that's what I, that's what I have a hard time Wrapping my head around if you're, mad that you feel that government overreached And there's many people who do Then why would you demand that government overreach more So we're gonna, have to part ways at least on this one but I appreciate you reaching, out A growing number of, people are requesting. Look like they're Snapchat filters Ross what were you doing very busy there a moment ago enter Twitter and all of a sudden swoon. Phone down lily dogs or something like your cats stupid for years Well according, to, let's, see Gordon the, story here patients pre it used to be with patients were going to plastic surgeon they would bring an exist like going to get your haircut like oh for, the magazine I wanna. Look like her. Patients who do they would bring images of celebrities consultations with the? Doctors, to point out attractive features, the day themselves would like like, I'd love? Her nose that makes. Sense but with. Snapchat and the filters that you, could put on there yes the dog and cat ones although that's more of Instagram thing isn't it I don't even. Know I don't use? I don't use using this crap, but I do know that those annoy the crap out of me when women make themselves look like a dog It's creepy so I don't think that that's what we're talking about what we're talking about is that on the Snapchat you you have like face, slimming filters okay so. You can you. Can you can slim down and he gives some examples here or? You, can you can make your, lips fuller you can do all, this and? You can create a. Picture of you. To share with your friends so, it's not technically a picture of you and they actually have a name for it it's called Snapchat Dismore FIA And it has patients. Seeking out cosmetic surgery to look like the filtered versions of themselves fuller lips bigger is their knows. You get the gist Marquis sent me a video of Lincoln sends me Snapchat video of. Him in the. Morning yes Today I guess, the filter is you can dance with the torquing peanut so if you go in? Can can they give you the torquing peanut look what is that show is he is. He's dancing and next to him as a torquing next to him he has not been no, not filtered him to look like a torquing peanut. Right Here's the answer the tour peanut That's pretty, oh raises some questions? Like where how would it be how would it? Peanut, learned a. Torque weird app. Yes it is Alarming. Trends say, doctors, because those filtered selfie is, often present an unattainable? Look the blurs the line of reality, and fantasy? For, these patients Trying to figure, out this, this, is the snap. Tensions morpheus said actually accepted or is that just I you know. What the journal, of America l. JAMA so I yeah I guess so I. Guess, that's what they're calling in journal the American Medical Association so All. Right That's where. That's horrific Give me a favor take your, kids phones and smash and when the hammer Done that's good parenting Peanut when. You get home Nope allergies I just assume I have them because everyone. Does. Now, okay well that's that's a. Good, point Great their. Touch. Next, hang on everybody he's.
"leers" Discussed on KSRO
"One hundred dollars silver prediction nuts let's. Ask Kevin Barrett of Lear capital Kevin what do you think George, in two, thousand and two silver was four dollars an ounce we predicted it would go to thirty within ten years. People thought we were nuts nine years later it hit forty eight. Dollars eleven times higher than, our projections we weren't so nuts anymore why were you so sure. Well at the time silver was, trading near, its, production cost and industrial demand was skyrocketing close to the, same today then why do you think one hundred dollars silvers possible. Now solar in fact China alone is expected to need an amount of silver equal to half of the global annual. Mining production, the whole world. Is moving to solar by two thousand and twenty California's. Requiring new home stab solar panels and thirteen states may. Follow can't have solar without silver so could we see a shortage I think yes j. p. Morgan is built up the world's largest private physical stockpile of silver more than one hundred and thirty million ounces I'm sure they're not Doing it. Because they expect demand or, the price to go down given as you. Know our listeners are passionate do you have anything. You can send them so they can find. Out more about this we do George we're gonna make a special offer it's our latest. Sky high silver report the report is a twenty dollars. Value but your listeners get. It absolutely free, by calling one, eight hundred, two nine nine seventy four hundred. This is exciting hundred dollar. Silvers and we think hundred. Dollars, silver will take, six to ten years but we think most of the games will happen over the next three. To five years it's really hard to ignore the potential silver right, now this, last week even Forbes came out with a report saying China was leading the way with solar get Leers. Sky high silver report and don't miss out on the solar revolution..
"leers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Dollars silver prediction nuts let's ask Kevin Barrett of Lear, capital Kevin, what do you think George in two thousand and two silver was four dollars an ounce we predicted it. Would go to thirty within ten years people thought we were. Nuts nine years later it, had forty eight dollars eleven times higher than our projections we weren't. So nuts anymore why were you, so sure, well, at the time silver was trading near its production cost, and industrial demand was skyrocketing close to the same today why do. You think one hundred dollars silvers possible now solar in fact China alone is expected to need an amount of silver equal to half of the. Global annual, mining production the. Whole world is moving to solar by two thousand twenty. California's requiring new home stabs solar panels and thirteen states. May follow can't have solar without silver so could we see a shortage I think yes j. p. Morgan is built up the world's largest private physical stockpile of silver more than one hundred and thirty million ounces I'm sure there Not doing it. Because they expect. Demand or the price to, go down given as you know our listeners. Are passionate do you have anything you can send. Them so they can find out more about. This we do George we're gonna make a special offer it's our latest sky high silver. Report the report is a twenty dollars value but your. Listeners get it absolutely free. By calling one, eight hundred two nine nine seventy four hundred this is exciting. Hundred dollar silvers and we. Think hundred dollars silver will. Take, six to ten, years but we think most of the gains will happen over the next three to five years. It's really hard to ignore the potential civil right now this, last week, even Forbes came out with a report saying China was leading the way with solar get Leers sky high. Silver report and don't.
"leers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hundred, dollars silver prediction nuts let's ask Kevin Barrett of Lear capital Kevin. What do you think George? In two thousand, and two silver was four dollars an ounce we predicted it would go to thirty within ten years people thought. We were nuts nine years later it had forty eight dollars eleven times higher than our. Projections we weren't so nuts anymore why were you so sure well that's a time silver was trading near its production cost and industrial demand was skyrocketing close to the same. Today it why do you. Think one hundred. Dollars silvers possible now solar in fact China alone is expected to need an amount of silver equal to half of the global annual mining, production the, whole world is moving, to solar by two thousand twenty California's reclaiming. New home stab solar panels and thirteen states may follow can't have solar without silver so. Could we see shortage I think yes j. p. Morgan. Is built up the world's. Largest private physical stockpile, of, silver, more, than, one hundred and thirty Million ounces. I'm sure they're not doing it because they expect the. Price to go. Down given as you know, our listeners are passionate do you have anything you can send, them. So they can find out more about this. We do George we're gonna make a special offer it's our latest sky high silver report. The report is a twenty dollar value but your listeners. Get it absolutely free by. Calling one eight, hundred two nine nine seventy four hundred this is exciting hundred. Dollar silvers and we think. A hundred dollars silver will. Take, six to ten. Years but we think most of the gains will happen over the next three to five years. It's. Really hard to ignore the potential silver right now this last, week even, Forbes came out with a report saying China was leading the way with solar get Leers sky high silver..
"leers" Discussed on KSRO
"Thousand acres Gary Nunn Leers. Been nearby he's been watching it literally here that vortex Wow growling today we Mark what some call earth overshoot day the, annual date when people. Have used more from nature than our planet can give back is. Coming earlier this year on the first of August day earlier than last year the, global footprint network a think tank that focuses on sustainability calls it earth overshoot day it means. That as a species we're currently using, up nature's resources about one point seven times faster than the planet's ecosystems. Can regenerate, them when. Taken. On an individual country level the US is. Doing worse than all but three countries in the world passing it's, national overshoot on March fifteenth Dave Packer ABC news okay something gross on a dinner plate in jersey. The video shot over, the weekend at Stella marina. Bar and restaurant and Asbury Park New jersey. Shows a thin pale. Worm crawling out of a, piece of cod customers anything can happen anywhere and it's an unfortunate situation the food that we. Had was really good the. Service was good luckily only had an eggplant Can't sandwich on Facebook people at the restaurant criticized the customers saying they've served thousands without. Incident and they now, stopped serving the cod dish. Food experts say parasitic roundworms are frequently found. In undercooked or uncooked. Fish Chuck Sivertsen ABC news This is ABC news finding great candidates. To hire can be like well trying to find a, needle in a haystack but not with ZipRecruiter. The smartest way.
"leers" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"I mean, he's he's that far to the left and really feels like what will change things is a full on work stoppage across across the country. And that is in here definitely. At the heart of this movie is like sugar to make the medicine go down. It's just it just all folded into this really great free willing satire that does touch on, like you say, a lot of stuff and it's like if your position you do not see developments like the gig economy and the sort of, you know, the hero worship of your Elon Musk's of the world, which I think it's a lot where the army hammered character comes from, do not see this positive developments in your lifetime. I think you see these things things taking turn for the worse. And I think there's, there's an urgency, those films, well, because of that. And in terms of it like commenting on the world today, her like this film has been around and some variation. I think he finishes first draft, twenty twelve. And then there was like a screenplay that random mcsweeney I think in twenty fourteen like he's been working on this film for a long time and that may account. Count for it's over stuffiness, but I think in terms of, you know, things like the gig economy or commenting on Elon Musk, like it may not have been initially formulated as comments on those specific things, but I think they may have grown out of the deeper issues that enable those specific things that Riley is interested. He saw common. Yeah, there's a, there's the coups twenty twelve album is is sorry body you and it's got a track called. We've got a lot to teach you cash screen. So it's like you're next picture show it. It's still going to be my. You're an expert show. Spoilers. I've heard there might be an album than generally talking about that, but there's parts of felt like a little grounded in an older trends. Like I tell them Arkan's obviously still with us, but maybe not in the form so much as here like selling encyclopedia's and such. Maybe it is maybe call me, I don't know, selling encyclopedia's specifically, like sort of like the lowest possible level of capitalism you could you could you could cover. So it makes sense from that point of view, it's very much built around the idea of like your inherent worth is based on how much you can bother and manipulate people. And it's very clear in everything that comes out of army, hammers character that like workers at that level are seen as interchangeable and disposable and property. I mean, he's literally created a system under which people can sell themselves into new slavery in exchange for like horrible, looking meals and uncomfortable looking work. Titian Leers though the classy chandelier is true. I think one of the hilariously subversive things about this film is just the fact that they have advertising that we see over and over for these works centers where you can sign yourself onto is as a permanent worker. And even in the attempts to sell them, they look horrible. Like there's there's no way to gloss over just how depressing they are even.
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"leers" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"They put the celtics in their place they made a statement they basically exposed the celtics for what they are the cavaliers i'm going to say at one more time are just better than the boston celtics the celtics have no they have no gordon hayward they don't even have shane larkin or daniel thais oma well i'm just telling you all those guys are sitting at the end of the bench in street clothes and this has happened it's too tube but as i told you the other day the cavaliers lead this series to two as in all the momentum is theirs they need to go in and keep on keeping on just the way they did in game four they need to make opening quarter statement that we're here to play defense as well as offense because you know what happened last time in game two in opening quarter lebron hung twentyone on them and the man hugh supposed to be guarding jalen brown scored fourteen and in just kind of canceled enough of the deficit was only four point game after quarter that can't happen tonight i expect the leers to win all four quarters narrowly tonight to be just a little better each time i think lebron better engaged all four quarters he can't just play the first quarter and the fourth quarter of the way he tried to and games one and two in boston and in the end this should be over in six games i thought it should have been over in five games but tonight is the turning point tonight is crucial as you know history will tell you game five just decides these series and the celtics still have homecourt advantage but i don't think they have any psychological advantage i think they know that they're just not as good as lebron and company and company came to play i don't even care about how they score i care about how tristan plays defense on l horford i care about how kover plays defense on everybody and george hill can shut down terry rozier that's what i care about because those guys are highly capable of plane pretty very good defense you don't have to ask him when they beat the the books.
"leers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The air out of your lungs and knock you back in your seat like you're an astronaut in a rocket ship hurtling through the stratosphere but then again we're not most people we're the brotherhood of muscle dodge domestic not domesticated dodgers registered trademark of fca us llc this is the nba on espn radio and on the espn app rebound up brown sideline rights princeton the flood court rose to the top crosses over ended up pay overtime cleveland start boston celtics here at home it's twenty five to nine jaylen brown had thirteen in the opening quarter boston went on a seventeen nothing they lead by sixteen they had twenty two in the paint thirty six eighteen the second quarterback in game one in boston but john barry here's adam amine yeah they outscored cleveland in the page in terms of cleveland scored eighteen the celtics were dominated the first twenty two points in the paint to the crab leers ten thirty two percent shooting they don't make three the cleveland cavaliers they make twelve threes a game for six from behind the arkansas abroad just two of six and he's got all three assists at the cleveland cavaliers clark senator the front court for the cavaliers and the wind colored jerseys the start the second quarter we've out high a hand off to jeans pearls at the tops those at left side for baseline drives holes up at the block folks it up with the left hand draws the.
"leers" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Fuck you i will not take off this toronto raptors cleveland cav a leers series i will be wearing my fucking jersey i'll be in front of that fucking tv so you've got another jersey you had indiana now it's toronto yes you're going to be jerseys every time he wins i mean you've been crossing your fingers for the last two years and at some point when do you like fold the tent up and say yeah i gotta chill out oh oh did jake lamont ever give up in the fifteenth round of a fight sipa question nah did rocky balboa ever give up in the fifteen rocky to fifteenth round versus creed creed threw a punch about boa threw a punch they both went down get up one jew jill i'm rocky balboa in rocky to i will not give up until this fucking guy the self anointed king takes my gift which i got him from the bottom of my heart those moving and packing supplies and gets the fuck outta cleveland in the darkness of the night like a bad episode of homeland because it's coming you fuck you know it you you g moody you know it the entire city of cleveland knows it and the whole fucking state of ohio and you know this fucking guy we'll have the moving trucks and we'll be skating out of there in the darkness of the night the same way the baltimore colts once laugh do they'll have the fuck and moving trucks and i'm gonna you know who won't be asleep when this happens moody who me you faulk i'll be out there.
"leers" Discussed on WJR 760
"And i love the the front cover of this issue 'cause there's so much going on here whether it's a ford beginning forging court down campus or in sports business the price of all those empty seats even an i shout out to a nice guy who just took over lear ray scott at lear and leers ray scott talk strategy innovation in the future let's begin wherever you'd like i'd like you talk about the train station we've we've got looks like it's going to go quite a bit beyond just just the train station airport occur pinho has has has multiple sources documenting four dean and talks for almost fifty properties there which probably means we're talking something more along the lines of a campus renovation the the other interesting tidbit in there is that ford has hired a new architecture firm to do a new master plan for its dearborn campus transformation which is about a billion dollar project what that means we're not sure but stay tuned well it means for sure they're going to have a big footprint in cork town historically right up the company's alley if you will exactly exactly it's what it means for dearborn is we'll be an interesting question going forward and what do those empty seats mean at comerica park well they mean lost revenue for the tigers they had a horrific april in terms of weather even though the team was a little better than people might have expected pictures you can see him in our paper of just empty seats upon empty seats but you know i will say this in defense of the tigers when i flip on the television and there's a baseball game on i don't care where it is in the country are virtually anywhere in the country they all have empty stadiums that's true paul crowds broadly in major league baseball have been have been following for years have people are staying home watching tv watching that's like and that's that's a challenge for the sport it is indeed flexing gay corporation is in the news if you will in your crain's detroit business on stands now and online crain's detroit dot com yeah.
World's oldest person dies in Japan at age of 117
"As well so moneymatters dot net is where you go for all of the above moneymatters dot net all right we're going to take a break we come back we're gonna talk about don't wait past seventy two star social security so stay tuned this is money matters with ken moraif on kfi am six forty let's check in with amy king in the kfi newsroom at twenty nine year old man in willowbrook has been arrested on suspicion of murder after his girlfriend was shot and killed and their eight year old daughter was critically injured the shooting happened early this morning on south grand avenue the woman died at the scene the eight year old was hit by a stray bullet and was taken to the hospital in critical condition a one and three year old were also in the house at the time they were not hurt the world's oldest person has died in japan nabi tajima was one hundred seventeen she was born august fourth nineteen hundred she has more than one hundred sixty descendents including great great great grandchildren the us based gerontology research group says that another japanese woman is now the old person in the world she is one hundred sixteen look up in the sky it's a shooting star lots of them actually the annual leered meteor shower which started monday peaks overnight tonight astronomers say the best time to see the most meteorites will begin around midnight just face east and look up if you can get away from city lights you should be able to see about ten meteors per hour the lyrics are not as spectacular as the perseus which come around every august but the lyrics are the oldest.