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Fresh update on "levine" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"GM Marco Marta's Ellie is a member of the association were all empty. We're sanitizing. We did all this work barricades, Plexi glass. You know, the staff is trained, but then you can go into a food court and you see all those people sitting down. People waiting to be seeded and nobody sanitizing the stables, he tells NBC 10. They didn't want to get the malls in trouble. The hope was. Maybe the photos would lead to indoor dining restrictions being eased. Andrew Kramer, Kate whatever your news radio, and despite those large crowds, health officials say the Christiana Mall may have been within the capacity limit. Despite it. We reached out to the mall haven't heard back Have comment well to Pennsylvania now, where officials say the number of covert deaths and hospitalizations connected to the virus is the highest since the start of the crisis. Our suburban bureau chief Jim Millward, tells us the officials are saying major decisions like in person or virtual schooling will stay in local hands. PENNSYLVANIA Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levin this November, December January February, This is Looks like it's going to be the peak time in terms of transmission of covert 19, Levine says. More than 4000 Pennsylvanians are hospitalized more than 900 of those in the ICU. But she says there are no plans to revisit the color coded shutdown orders from the spring and the decision on instructional models in schools is still a local one. Schools and counties in the Department of Health substantial category for more than two weeks have to sign a form, saying they're taking all the proper precautions like face coverings. According to state data, All counties in southeastern be a qualified is substantial. With an average of 100 new cases per day and a positivity rate over 10%. If the district signs the form but doesn't stick to the rules will be required to move to remote learning and cancel all extracurriculars and school sports, Levine says. They're also lowering the age for people to sign up for the P A covert alert. Phone app from 18 years old to 13 with parental approval at.
Miami-Dade Commissioners Will Appoint New Commissioner To Replace Levine Cava
"Miami Dade commissioners continue playing musical chairs is they're set to approve a new commissioner to the District eight seat being vacated by Mayor Daniella Levin. Cava. After divided board vote 75 against hosting a $1 Million special election commissioners are expected to appoint a new commissioner today. But Commissioner Joe Martinez says he'll continue the fight for an election because you can't put a price on democracy. And this gives the incoming commissioner an unfair advantage for the next election because they're gonna be in office for two years without having to be in front of the voters without having to put your name up there. The top contender is fellow Democrat Danielle Cohen Higgins, a lawyer whose campaign manager also ran Cavazos mayoral race. Other candidates include commission Chairwoman Rebeca Sosa and Palmetto Bay Vice Mayor John Du Bois, Wendi Grossman, NewsRadio 16, the B U, Y. O D.
Right of Privacy Limits Request for Records of Public Employees in PA
"State officials exerting more power than ever as they confront Cove it the public's right to know has never been more important, right Shepherd and he's correct, of course. Which is why advocates of government transparency of raising concerns over Pennsylvania's records system that makes phone call records all but obsolete. Vending contract between the state of Pennsylvania and Verizon. That utilizes Skype calling software has drastically cut short the amount of phone logs that can be obtained on certain state phone numbers through the right to know law. With the new Skype software office phone logs for government officials using the system can only stretch back for the most recent 30 days of any given time. Delaware Valley Journal learned of the restrictive data sets after filing a right to know request seeking phone logs for the cell phone and office phone of Dr Rachel Levine. The cell phone logs, which included the incoming or outgoing numbers, time and length of call and the date Were all easily supplied by the department. However, the Department of Health then indicated it could not supply the months were the blog's for Levin's office because Skype Skype's The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is contract for telecommunications services held by Verizon expired on December 31st 2017 For its next generation of telecommunications services, the Commonwealth engaged in a competitive procurement process that resorted in the world Awards to multiple suppliers. Bottom line. The business we do now, Elektronik Lee, you're not going to be able to
Fresh "Levine" from The Boxer Show
"Have been 60 seconds on news. First five Look at more news from around Ohio and today's house. Call for Health 507 Now 6 10 w TV and still possibility of more snow showers This morning and windy is well. The high Today only 33 degrees stillson light snow, especially north of Columbus right now, and it's 30 Thistle. Have you dreamed of playing an instrument want to explore a new hobby? While spending time at home. Levine music offers online music lessons and classes for all ages, musical interests and abilities. Now accepting new students learn more at Levine music dot or g'kar When he held a college man, you need to get something Minuses clicks weather Unit up Whether Begin something good it Roy Rogers restaurants, the steak and cheese sandwich is back. It's thin slices of beef steak, melted cheese with grilled onions on a roll down boys and.
Miami-Dade Mayor Tests Positive for COVID-19
"Was exposed to covert 19 over the Thanksgiving weekend. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Kaba tested positive for covert 19 on on Twitter Twitter Twitter Monday, Monday, Monday, Monday, Levin Levin Levin Levin Kaba Kaba Kaba Kaba said said said said her her her her husband, husband, husband, husband, Dr Dr Dr Dr Robert Robert Robert Robert Kaba, Kaba, Kaba, Kaba, was was was was exposed exposed exposed exposed by by by by one one one one of of of of his his his his patients patients patients patients and and and and also also also also tested tested tested tested positive. positive. positive. positive. They They They They both both both both have have have have mild mild mild mild symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms and and and and are in quarantine. The
Fresh update on "levine" discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News
"4300 new covert 19 cases and 32 deaths reported Monday in Pennsylvania. The Department of Health says the statewide rate of positivity is running around 12%. There were 920 new Corona virus infections in four deaths in the Sunday Monday report from the Allegheny County Health Department based on more than 3300 tests, the rate of positivity is over 27% Well. Secretary Rachel Levine says she and other public health leaders are concerned about the rising numbers of infections and hospitalizations. Dr. Levin is asking people to not travel and stay home for the holidays, she says. She knows that's a tremendous sacrifice. There are signs of covert 19 vaccine could soon get a regulatory green light. Your CBS is Tom Floating. A federal advisory panel today starts considering early vaccine distribution and advisory committee to the CDC will meet to decide who gets the vaccines first, which is expected to include healthcare providers and people who are the most vulnerable. The FDA will then consider Fizer emergency use authorization application on December 10th. After that, we could see the first doses given within days. CBS News too. Chief medical correspondent, Dr Jon Lapook. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington One Other note. Dr Scott Atlas, science advisor to President Donald Trump and skeptic of some measures to control the Corona virus outbreak. Is leaving his post. Atlas joined the White House this summer, where he clashed with doctors Anthony Fauci and Deborah Berks. Now the colder weather is here. Police have a warning about leaving your keys in the car. Katie radios. Melinda Roeder has that story. If the folks leave their car running to warm it up, walk away, anybody could just jump in and take off. It happens every year, According to Lieutenant Scott Sheer of Allegheny County Police crooks take advantage of the season by stealing running cars or just checking for unlocked cars with visible items on the seats or floors. Gyms are popular place to do it because They will observe somebody going into the gym. They know they're going to be into the gym, working out for an hour or so gives them timeto commit their thefts. His best advice park in well lit areas and don't leave valuables like wallets. Elektronik their new purchases behind Melinda Roeder, KDK Radio in sports, The Ravens struggled. A cane who skipped rather contain a Corona virus outbreak resulted in rescheduling tonight's game against the Steelers to Wednesday evening. Seahawks 23 Eagles 17 on Monday night football Do Cane lost their first game, the little Rock 76 66..
Philadelphia - COVID-19 deaths in Pa. climb as hospitalizations reach pandemic highs, new rules for schools
"Covert numbers, deaths and hospitalizations in Pennsylvania, the highest they've been since the pandemic began here in the Commonwealth back in the spring. Hey, Why double do suburban bureau chief Jim Millward tells tells us health officials say they're going to keep key decisions in the hands of local officials. Yeah, that's as compared to the red yellow green shutdown orders from the spring at the state level, No plans to go back to those or anything like that, and school decisions will remain at the district or county level. Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine, pointing to the form that schools in the so called substantial range have to sign if they want to keep going with In person instruction all counties in southeastern P, a fall in that substantial range with an average of more than 100 new cases per day and positivity rate over 10%. Any schools that signed the form then don't follow through will have to move to all remote learning and cancel all extra extracurriculars and athletics. Jim also tells us they're adjusting the age on the phone at that can trace potential contact with someone with covert. Yeah, that's the covert alert. P A. At the minimum age to sign up was 18 ounce 13 and up with parental permission. The APP uses Bluetooth to communicate with other phones around. You can alert you of someone you were near. Has positive one other note with vaccines on the horizon. Dr Levin says they have no plans at this time to require the vaccine for Children to attend schools and Pennsylvania. Dr. Levin also notes the Commonwealth Percent positivity rate. Measuring the number of covert tests that come back with positive results is now over 12%. All the experts believe that any rate above eight above 5% is a cause for concern. Some Some even even believe believe the the threshold threshold of of 3% 3%
Fresh update on "levine" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"The number of Copan 19 cases are expected to go up now that Thanksgiving has passed. Experts at USF Health till News Channel eight. Many people won't know they have the virus until a few days after they were exposed to the infection with it started a thing where people traveled around a lot. They were visiting with family, probably around a dinner table where they were wearing masks. You have a chance that they're gonna be exposing the whole lot larger number of people that they would if they had just been staying. All the experts agree. The best advice is to wear a mask and wash your hands is often this possible. Congressman elect Carlos Jimenez will not be in D. C for hiss freshman orientation. He will be doing it virtually after he and his wife tested positive for coronavirus minor symptoms for about half a day. And then I haven't had any symptoms since that, So that's that's good news. I feel fine. She feels fine. Most of that, you know, 10 days of isolation, he says he's ready to hit the ground running and start work. Once he gets the okay, saying she was exposed to covert 19 over the Thanksgiving weekend, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Kaba tested positive for covert 19 on Twitter Monday, Levin Kaba said her husband, Dr Robert Kaba, was exposed by one of his patients and also tested positive. They both have mild symptoms and.
"levine" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Round. You don't find out. He lives not no he he lives. They're all safe on top of the mountain but you gotta see the follow. A movie resolution. Well jeff you're of course will live to fight another day. Hopefully we can Do this again sometime. And what would you like to promote. Geoff tate this comes out right away so tuesday night. November twenty four th in knoxville. Tennessee may intrigue galley to stand up outside at the central filling station. That's a food truck court. The court of terms food food truck food on and enjoy some jokes in the crisp night. Air distantly. Yeah it's only ten bucks that's all that's it and all my stuff. Is our band camp now. All my albums from this year is on bank. Can't jeff tae dot bank camp dot com antastic. Nice try buddy thank you. I feel really bad about. Alan arkin as impressive even could go through. Say the word gatica and then go three three deep believe me. Most people listening would not have known that answer asleep. Tonight is other reasons to be able to go to sleep right now. But yes sam. What about you have you got to plug. Don't forget to since we're all stuck at home. Immortal on vod. That's right immortal. It's a horror anthology about people being immortal. And i'm in the last segment so watch immortal. Please and thank you. I think you'll enjoy it. What's your favorite segment in the movie. Mine okay no. That's not true. Actually the great dylan. Baker has another segment in the movie and his pretty is pretty scary. Okay tony todd has a scary one. Todd yeah yeah candy genre. It's definitely worth your time enough. And then i just want to reiterate all jets plugs. Okay great thanks bye next. Internet show is on saturday december. Twenty six boxing day in canada at four twenty pacific time go to rush chicks dot com to come to that. And we're gonna on the show In addition to doing stand up comedy also going to play a game from doug loves movies because people always wanna see us playing the games. But we you know except for a weird bootlegs out there Would never allow video for for the show. Because i like to think of it as a you know a radio show audio podcast. So that'll be a rare opportunity Ten bucks gets you in. Russia takes dot com. That's rushed com ca call. I just remember one more plug. Can i say if i if i could meet your microphone. I would i nobody. I'm sorry you gotta find me. On cameo jugs there too. And jeff is two. Oh that's great. All three of us are in cameo comparison. Me oh come get cameras for me. Jeff and not sam weird weird way to plug ourselves but okay. Yeah and get yours for me if you want. Holiday wishes get them in sooner than later because my cameo will be off from december sixteen th through the new year so get me before this ecksteen. Okay all right everybody. And thanks to both of you. Sam levine and geoff. Tate always always a great competition when you guys come on as always when the moon tells you something believe that now it's time to watch. There's no room for you..
Fresh update on "levine" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"With about eight minutes to go in the fourth quarter is Carson Wentz throws a bullet interception in the end zone for the other guys, 20 to 9 Seattle leading eight minutes to go in the fourth. Quarter. Right now. We have 58 degrees going down to a low of 48 degrees tonight. Good evening. I'm Steve Tawa. New reality life in a pandemic. Now the latest from K Y W News radio, some key covert numbers, deaths and hospitalizations in Pennsylvania, the highest they've been since the pandemic began here in the Commonwealth back in the spring. Hey, Why double do suburban bureau chief Jim Millward tells tells us health officials say they're going to keep key decisions in the hands of local officials. Yeah, that's as compared to the red yellow green shutdown orders from the spring at the state level, No plans to go back to those or anything like that, and school decisions will remain at the district or county level. Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine, pointing to the form that schools in the so called substantial range have to sign if they want to keep going with In person instruction all counties in southeastern P, a fall in that substantial range with an average of more than 100 new cases per day and positivity rate over 10%. Any schools that signed the form then don't follow through will have to move to all remote learning and cancel all extra extracurriculars and athletics. Jim also tells us they're adjusting the age on the phone at that can trace potential contact with someone with covert. Yeah, that's the covert alert. P A. At the minimum age to sign up was 18 ounce 13 and up with parental permission. The APP uses Bluetooth to communicate with other phones around. You can alert you of someone you were near. Has positive one other note with vaccines on the horizon. Dr Levin says they have no plans at this time to require the vaccine for Children to attend schools and Pennsylvania. Dr. Levin also notes the Commonwealth Percent positivity rate. Measuring the number of covert tests that come back with positive results is now over 12%. All the experts believe that any rate above eight above 5% is a cause for concern. Some even believe the threshold of 3% another grim milestone in Philadelphia on the number of people shot on the city streets after traffic.
Pfizer to Seek Authorization of Covid-19 Vaccine
"Fighter is expected to ask the FDA today for emergency use authorization of its Corona virus vaccine. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar made the announcement last night and he said Moderna will follow Fizer in the application process soon. The person who will lead the state effort to get a vaccine to Pennsylvanians is health secretary Dr Rachel Levine. There has never before been vaccines made from genetic materials of you know, the fact that they are safe Has the trials continue and so effective? Is just is just again on precedent it, Dr Levin told reporters Thursday. There'll be a logistical and record keeping challenges to distributing the first vaccines, which could be available to critical populations in about a month.
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania health secretary: We could have a COVID-19 vaccine by next month
"The Commonwealth say it's great news that a covert 19 vaccine is around the corner. But that doesn't mean people don't have to wear their masks or stay at least 6 FT. Apart for the foreseeable future, here's Kevin Abuse of Bourbon Bureau chief Jim Mel work, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. If everything goes as planned, the first vaccine from Fizer could roll out in a month, the second from modern it could be by the end of the year or early next year. But she says they're initially will be limited supplies for the plant in Pennsylvania. The vaccine will be distributed in three phases, the first healthcare personnel, PMS, first responders, critical workers, maintaining core functions and essential workers. People 65 older and residents in congregate care setting. These two will expand the vulnerable populations and those with health conditions that put them at high risk than the third phase will include everyone else living, says the federal government's only earmarked $340 million for the states to distribute the vaccines. $240 billion for all of the states is not enough to be able to accomplish this prodigious task. And so we are calling upon the federal government and the CDC to provide more funding. Libyan says It's impossible to predict when they'll get each phase and when they'll be able to lift restrictions, But she expects mask where And physical distancing the last well into next year at the suburban bureau Jim Millward Millward KOW KOW NewsRadio NewsRadio One One of of those those
Pennsylvania health secretary discusses COVID-19 vaccine
"A Corona virus vaccine to virtually everyone in Pennsylvania, in a relatively short period of time is an unprecedented tasks. As state health secretary, Dr Rachel Levine, she told reporters today. There are a lot of firsts in this rollout. There has never before been vaccines made from genetic material. So you know the fact that they are safe Has the trials continue and so effective is just is just again on precedent it. Dr Levin says there will be logistical and record keeping challenges to distributing the first vaccines, which she says could be available to critical populations in about a month.
FDA approves at-home rapid coronavirus test for emergency use
"And there's a new development in testing. The FDA is issued the first emergency use authorization for an at home rapid test. It's made by Lou Correa, Health and California uses a self administered nasal swab, and it can deliver results in just 30 minutes. Well, Pennsylvania health officials say they don't want anyone traveling in or out of the state for the holidays because Cove in 19 numbers are climbing, so they are issuing some new rules as we hear from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work under a new order. Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says anyone who visits Pennsylvania from another state needs a negative test within 72 hours of visiting. If not, they'll have to quarantine for 14 days or until they get a test. Libyan says they're also strengthening the existing order requiring masks or face coverings. Add anyone indoors. For example of school gym officer Public Transit must wear a mask, even if they're 6 ft. Apart and the supplies if you have people in your home who are not part of your household, Bean says the testing from out of state does not apply to people who commute to or from a neighboring state. No changes to Pennsylvania's dining limit that remains a 25 or 50%, depending on the self certification. Levine says enforcement will generally be up to businesses. And even though there's a vocal contingent who's made it clear they will not follow rules like face coverings, Levine says she expects people will come together or businesses in their community will pay the price. If they do not wear masters. They do not social distance than those communities are going to see even more spread of covert 19 at the
Top Pennsylvania health official unveils new rules for travelers
"Is KY. Double Do. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Millward reports. Health officials say anyone traveling from out of Commonwealth will require a negative covert test or a 14 day quarantine. PENNSYLVANIA Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says the new rule does not apply to anyone who commutes across state lines for work in a generally is in line with other states rules. BOTTOM LINE. We don't want people to be traveling to our state for the holidays. Don't want Pennsylvania's to be traveling for other states for the holidays. We want people to stay at home. And she says the requiring masks be worn at all times indoors. Even if people are 6 ft apart, including a private homes with people from outside the household, But she says they're not strictly enforcing the new guidelines. Asked if they just become words without enforcement living and says Absolutely not. I reject that completely. I don't think this is empty rhetoric. I think that this is talking to the to the people in Pennsylvania, about the conditions that we are seeing on the ground. Downed Libyan says she believes people who don't follow the orders will suffer the consequences of their actions and their communities will see the spread of the virus and potentially tighter restrictions on businesses at the
US hits 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases
"The United States has confirmed more than ten million coronavirus cases the U. S. hit the gram ten million milestone on Monday according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University New Delhi confirmed cases of the corona virus are up more than sixty percent over the past two weeks deaths are up eighteen percent infections are rising in nearly every state Pennsylvania secretary of health Dr Rachel Levine says it's time to get a handle on community spread we are at a critical point Minnesota governor Tim Walz says the state is adding more than a dozen free Kobe nineteen testing sites we have reached a very dangerous phase in in the pandemic in the upper Midwest Utah governor Gary Herbert declared a state of emergency in order to statewide mask mandate the stock we don't have rooms with four walls we just don't have rooms of goddess doctors and nurses that can provide the health care in those rooms I'm Jennifer king
"levine" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Fourteen nine and apologies for leaving out george lazenby but come on who can name any other movie. He was in besides the james bond movie. What about the timothy dalton. I liked him of the other movies but his bond movies are up. There is my least favorite ones. How many did you say jeff off as at all the names. You're taking all the names for two names. What do you think san. yeah fourteen. Nineteen ninety six. I hate to ask those clues again. Of course thank you sir. To stars from leonard not impressed. Not impressed did not like it. Okay i misheard that. The first time i mean choose to could mean fair. You know like not you know calls it a yarn and he says it has story holes plenty of them. Yeah and nineteen ninety-six with fourteen performers in speaking roles doug. I am going to say negative three names. This seems very cool. I'm gonna say negative four. Oh wow so you go from ford what are you doing over there man. I'm from dallas sneaky. Play jeff if you had an idea what it was when you said fourteen names. Wow yeah that is really interesting i can. I mean i'd be guessing for the fourth to go. Five is just crazy. Oh man all right geoff tate. Name that movie all right so you now name the movie and in of course anybody who's not familiar with the negative bid means he's got a name the top four people in the correct order from first bill down to fourth according to the listing in letter mountains book which does not always match up with the anything else leonard's choice we see from the last one it doesn't match up with whatever i think it is. Yeah so this is a ballsy play. Jeff right i'm gonna go. What's the movie the rock sean connery. Nicholas cage ed harris harmon. Have you guys get here. my heart beating. There's a lot to choose from. I'm going say my my favorite doomed soldier. Michael bane if i had to go negative for. That's what i would have done. But i didn't trust the dean to so many other characters man. Can you guys hear it thump thump. That is correct home. My god if i if i gun to my head i probably would have said John spencer foresight. Yeah foresight ended up being Fifth and sixth. David morrison than seven and john. Spencer wow six mcginley and then it just goes off the rails from there. Anthony clark is fourteen. He's thirteen hour damn Vittore for lana gots. The coveted fourteen spot As as a team did that. Come to you. Jeff were you just plain strategy. I mean i thought when he said nine hundred ninety six two stars i was like leonard never really likes the movies. I love So it's probably the rock got it. And i knew that was ninety six because it was the last movie i got. I was idead a well. All right okay. So that means that means you have a point. Sam gets to go first. this is the one. Whoever prevails in this one will be our winner today and get to walk around saying that. They're the best. Leonard maltin game player. Wow and then somebody go. You mean king of movies. Leonard maldini and you know man. Oh gee the g litter baltin game gave me a very nice shout out. In the instructions booklet here. Three categories sam mentioned bros. before high hose. Also the aforementioned three to tango or doug loves this movie oh wow. Let's seems very vague specific and probably more likely to be in jeff's wheelhouse since you talk movies with him on the internet's every day so let's go with three to tango right this one. I love this one because it's a it's a category where no one's going to have any idea. Well you'll have some ideas but it's not that helpful as far as categories go read three to tango. The three to tango is movies. That leonard gives two and a half stars perfect. The year is twenty. Twelve leonard gives it two and a half stars he says this movie is twist laden and that it's a bit like born light like the born movies and then he names twelve names. How many can you get it in. Samm levine won't just.
Dr. Levine addresses coronavirus vaccine concerns for Pa.
"Pennsylvania's top health official says it will be sometime after a covert vaccine is available before masks and other mitigation go away. Here's Katie radios, Jody CEO, Dr Rachel Levine says. Even with a vaccine, it will take months and months to end community spread of the virus. They're not going to be. A magical cure for the Corona virus and will not immediately end the pandemic, meaning masks and sanitizer and distancing will remain through much of 2021. Pennsylvania's vaccine distribution plan will have three phases, beginning with health workers, essential workers and the most vulnerable.
More companies pledge to give workers time to vote
"Are involved in this next organization. You know their names were talking about all birds. Amazon Lulu Lemon lift Major League baseball uber target. The list is kind of endless and they've got a common interest. It's about strengthening our democracy. And encouraging participation. Now there's 545 of these companies in total. They basically just want to encourage civic participation. Okay, get out involved. So we're going to talk to the executive director of the Civic Alliance. He's Stephen Levine. He's on the phone with us from Los Angeles is also the co founder of Meteorites, Social Impact investors. Steven. It's great to have you. I imagine you guys have been quite busy over the last few months. We definitely have Kaylie and thank you for having me on this evening. I appreciate it. A CZ you mentioned the Civic Alliance is a nonpartisan business coalition that is strengthening our democracy by supporting face healthy and accessible elections. And by really inspiring every American to participate in our democracy. And I'm really proud of the work that we've seen so many extraordinary cos. Lead this here many for the first time encouraging both their employees and their consumers. Tio specifically active and get out and vote. Can you give us some specifics on what you've done? What kind of what kind of efforts Absolutely. So we've helped many companies, many major employers think about what policies they could have to make sure that all of their employees not only feel supported but also encouraged to vote. We're very proud to share that companies like best buy and Tax office are actually closing their retail locations. Either early or opening them late on election day to make sure that all of their employees have time off to vote. Other companies are closing completely for the day like Fiat, Chrysler on Patagonia, which are literally shutting down all of their operations on election day to make sure that their employees have the time they need to vote. We're also helping companies think about how they can message and provide all of their employees and consumers with the latest information about the different ways that Americans can vote in this election cycle. 20 is definitely a unique election cycle because you can say that again. The challenges represents so so we're really we're really excited that that many companies are are helping to fill in the gaps and educate Americans about about how they can vote early this year. Interesting fact. 99% of Americans can cast their ballot before Election Day in 2020, and we're thrilled that more than 75 million Americans already have. It's pretty just 30 million more than 60 students. It's no forgive me. I'm interrupting you. It's staggering, though. When you kind of get your head around those numbers. It's also staggering that you know, we talked about a story last week. About a Silicon Valley tech CEO that emailed all 10 million of his customers urging a vote for Joe Biden specifically like it used to be go back a few years. It was a no no for CEO or an executive to get out there and talk politically. What's different. We have about a minute and they will come back and continue. Okay, Great. Well, what I would say. First of all, I want to reiterate that specific alliances a nonpartisan all right, No, I understand Organization, but I think it's pretty exciting is that I think companies have started to realize that that civic engagement, nonpartisan civic engagement actually isn't partisan or political. It's patriotic and its civic And I think what we've seen is that because employees are really pushing companies take stands on important social issues. Companies are in turn, turning back to their employees and their consumers and saying, You know what? We will take a stand and we're taking a stand to encourage you to vote and really helped shape our country's future in our communities future and so I think. Encouraging voting and civic engagement eyes really the both politically safest and a really powerful move that many, many companies they're coming? Yeah, I would say employees. Consumers also, you know,
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania sees rise in newly confirmed cases of COVID-19
"Pennsylvania health officials warned of a spike in Corona virus cases just last week, and this weekend, the state saw it second highest daily Corona virus case total since the pandemic began. Nearly 1900 new cases were reported yesterday. The only other time the daily total was higher was back on April 9th On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levin warned of a fall resurgence. We have been talking for months that we were concerned. But as we entered the fall season as the weather started to change that we would see a resurgence in terms of the numbers of covert 19. Levine went on to say there are no plans at the moment to increase restrictions, she says Oppa is better prepared now to handle a rise in cases since the start of the pandemic.
Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness
"President Trump in first Lady Melania Trump test positive for Covad 19 coming up in a few minutes, we're going to check in with Elena train. She's the White House reporter for Axios. And is about it's plugged in. Is anyone with what's going on there right now, and the events that have unfolded over the past 24 hours. The president is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. Marine One is standing by at the White House right now, the White House is saying that he's being moved there as a precautionary measure. Of course, we'll continue to monitor that storyline as well. Right now. I want to go straight to the hotline and joining us. For some expert analysis of these major developments is Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership and Public Health Practice and professor at the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Dr Levine thank you for joining us and let me start with some basics on this Corona virus we're hearing about when people tested positive when they became Symptomatic. What should everyone know and understand about the early stages of this virus. Good evening. It's great to be with you. The most important thing is that there may not be any symptoms and the critical thing is too. Really take full precautions to prevent catching this forest. I think what we're seeing today shows us that this is an easily transmitted virus basically got through the security of the White House. On. That means pretty much. Anybody can catch it if we let our guard down. Can individuals tests negative today but begin to experience symptoms or tests positive within the next few days? Yeah, That's a great question, because It could take a few days three or four before we actually Khun get a positive test after you've been exposed. So if we know you have an exposure say today, often they'll be a waiting period of about 4 to 7 days actually do a test just to be sure. And during that time, the critical thing for folks is you really need to quarantine yourself meaning separate yourself from other people. So you don't spread it, potentially, you have it. It's been the toughest thing about this virus. You can have it and not even know it but still spread it. For those experiencing mild symptoms or even moderate symptoms right now, and it appears that a couple of individuals who are part of this outbreak are feeling those kinds of symptoms. When could they start to subside or in a worst case scenario, get more severe. So generally, What happens is in the first week to 10 Days is the time period where we see either progression or resolution, and people who end up getting hospitalized usually get hospitalized somewhere. Around 10 to 14 days, maybe a little earlier after they've started symptoms, And so that's why we often see when we're seeing those numbers every day. That there's a lag time if the numbers go up. Until we actually see hospitalizations and then You know. Unfortunately, people are dying from this. Unfortunately, most people don't have symptoms and do well but but dying from this is the latest outcome. That takes Anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks. Really? To really show itself in the community, so that's a natural progression for somebody who's going to get worse. But the important thing is, most people do very well. The issue we have is if you're older, if you have underlying health issues You are at risk of complications and even death. And you really have to be careful to make sure you don't pick it up in the first place. And on that no President Trump's advanced age is wait. All concerns that are obviously getting a lot of attention talk a little bit more about how that factors into one's ability to recover. Sure, you know, we know a lot more now about Coke, and we know that age alone is a risk factor for more severe illness and death. One way to think about it is For people in their seventies. Based on everything we've seen, particularly in the United States and developed countries. Off 40 people who get it. On average. One person will die. So the good news is 39 people will recover. They may have some lingering effects or some other side effects that are concerning Um, but that's that's pretty significant and as your age goes up, it's even more likely to happen. Contrast that with people in their twenties, one average Yeah, you need to have about 20,000 young people at the age of 22 c one death on average. That's on average, and we had to that. In addition to age concerns, like high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, other underlying lung conditions, diabetes Then your risk goes up, regardless of age. So these are important things for everybody in the community to take notice, Because at the end of the day, you kind of have to figure out what our own risk is. And then put in place appropriate protection. I'm joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice and professor of the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Of course, we're talking about the story today. The president and first lady Melania Trump testing positive For covert 19 President Trump is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. And what we're hearing from the White House is that this is a precautionary measure. The president will undergo some testing. Can you talk a little bit about some of the things that his doctors air likely monitoring him for? Sure, and let me send my wishes, speedy recovery to the end to the first lady and everybody who's picking up covert. Unfortunately, so the critical thing now is To make sure that we're knowing more about the progression. They don't have a lot of Good data that we can get early on. You really just have to monitor people make sure that they're supported fully. They're getting enough fluid there, eating well resting. But most importantly, no if the tide's turned for the worst, because We've heard that the president has gotten in experimental treatments, which shows promise on that could be very helpful, but we also need to know if the tide turns for worsening. When to use went to implement some of the other present therapies that have worked for people who are hospitalized. Mom, We know a lot more now. Our own positions in the Tampa Bay region have learned a lot and we don't see death as readily as when what we saw today in New York, with the first outbreaks Partly because we've learned that there are some things that could really help. That's what will be watching the positions will be watching for and then make decisions in terms of other therapies that could be and probably time. You mentioned the experimental treatment that the president is apparently receiving Regeneron's Polly clonal anti body drug. What can you tell us about that? What do we know about that? So we know a lot about the virus in its structure and how it catches the cells in our body on what's happened here is that this company has produced About to monitor called monoclonal antibodies, which are very specific to Ah play 18 on the surface of the virus called Spike Protein, one that connects to ourselves. And the idea here is that those antibodies will block so that there can't be a connection to the virus, and that then allows the body to go ahead and try to clear the virus. So Again. It's early. It's still experimental. We don't have all the data, but the company's at least saying that there's some positive signs for that. But I think that's obviously why the president being afforded the opportunity to use that. Again. We're learning as we go. We're learning a lot more about this virus, its effects and how to mitigate it. So I think it's important for all your listeners to remember to stay up today and make sure that they know what we know about the virus so that they can Take the appropriate
Health secretary concerned about lingering effects of COVID-19 on 'recovered' patients
"Pennsylvania's health secretary, is concerned about the long term effects on patients who have recovered from or severe cases of covert 19. Here's Katie radios. Joe Dusty, Oh, Dr Rachel Levine says. These patients have come to be called long haulers. She cites a CDC study that 35% of all patients who have had Cove it say they have not returned to full health and among 18 to 34 year olds. 20% of those individuals reported that they had not returned to the usual state of health 14 to 21. Days after testing positive, Dr Levin says women and healthcare workers are more likely to suffer longer term effects. Jody's Theo NewsRadio, 10 20, Katy K.
Philadelphia - Federal Judge Declines To Stay Ruling That Gov. Wolf’s Size Limits On Pa. Gatherings Unconstitutional
"Judge who ruled governor wolves limits on the size of public gatherings is unconstitutional. Has denied a request for a stay for more on what that means. Here is cable I w. Suburban bureau chief Jim Mel work. Governor. Wolf says they are appealing the ruling. But since the state was denied it appears the ruling stands for now, and there's nothing legally they could do to prevent gatherings over 250 people, including attendance at school sporting events were working in the meantime, to serve Resent schools and others with guys to say OK, and our best estimation from a health point of view, Health Secretary Rachel Levine says, just because they can't legally enforce it. It's not OK, because if you're going to have lots of people together, and they're not practicing social distancing if they don't have mass on if they're not using hand sanitizer, that's how you spread. This fire's last Monday Judge William Stick Man, a federal judge out of Pittsburgh World, Wolf's gathering size restrictions violated the first and 14th amendments. The ruling also struck down Wolfe's business closures and stay at home orders, but Wolf says they haven't used them in months. The ruling does not affect the standing of Philadelphia's restrictions on gatherings. They still stand at the
The Children in the Shadows: New York City’s Homeless Students
"As city schools launch remote learning this week, there's concern about the growing struggles of students who are homeless. W CBS reporter Kevin Rin kun has more one in 10 City. Students experienced homelessness at some point last year ahead of the new school year. They're getting help, but it's not enough. The city has distributed hundreds of thousands of ipads with data to students who need them. But at some city shelters, the ipads don't work because there's no WiFi and isn't sufficient cellular reception. Randy Levine is the policy director. It advocates for Children of New York. We need the city. Urgently. You work across agencies bring different agencies together and charge someone with fixing these problems immediately, Comptroller Scott Stringer sent a letter to the mayor calling on the city to designate what he's calling an inter agency director of students, Mayor de Blasio says they are focusing on those kids in need of counseling teaching to during re sources. We have initiatives in our shelters. To provide support. It's not perfect. It's a very tough situation made tougher by the pandemic, the school's chancellor says one way to help getting those students back in the classroom, where they conjugate the attention they deserved. Kevin Rinko. WCBS NEWS radio
4 Ways to Live Each Day With Intention by Shelley Levitt
"For ways to live each day with intention by. Shelley. Levitt with live. Happy Dot. com. I WANNA move through life energy and a sense of discovery achievement, joy and engagement. That is my intention. My hope is that living according to it would be the antidote. The uneasy feeling I often have at the end of the day when I flop into bed filled with self-reproach and wonder where my time went. My. Intent is to be guided by purpose instead of feeling that I'm spending my time haphazardly succumbing to whim or distraction according to expert Mallika Chopra creator of the website intense dot com and psychologist Eliot. Berkman. Head of the social ineffective neuroscience lab at the University of Oregon setting intentions. Confession is a kind of internal northstar lighting, the path to greater fulfillment and life satisfaction. These are the changes I've made in the few weeks since setting my intention. Number One, I meditate almost daily. Is taking me years to commit to a meditation habits but the ten or fifteen minutes I spent doing a guided meditation on the common APP has been transformative. The turning point was a workshop I took with so Kessedjian Norman Fisher, a poet and Zen Buddhist priest. When people say they don't have time to meditate. He said I asked them how do you have time to not meditate with a regular mindfulness practice he went on you'll have fewer accidents you lose things less frequently your focus will improve making decisions will become easier. Remarkably found all these things to be true and when I'm feeling stressed I summoned the image I visualized during my meditation I imagine my breath as a long string of pearls and it helps reconnect with that experience of stillness yet as good as meditation makes me feel I'll skip it unless I keep to a schedule. So make sure to meditate daily at eleven am with four PM has a backup. Number two, I've stopped binging on the news. More than ever I. Feel it's important to stay informed but watching new show afternoons show wasn't bringing greater insight into the issues. I care about is only fueling a sense of outrage and I'm happy to have added The Washington Post, my beloved New, York Times subscription reading either one in bed was only deepening my chronic insomnia. So of made some rules, no new shows or Newspapers after nine. PM. Instead I think about how? I WanNa feel inspired amused transported and lanes and I choose what I want to read watch listen to based on that this has led to fewer hours with CNN and more with globe netflix's comedy about a real life women's wrestling league from the eighties the on being with Krista Tippett podcast and Elena Ferrante as beautiful Neapolitan novels. Number three, I cook more. I'd like to lose five or ten pounds, but resolving to lose weight is usually both joyless an unsuccessful. So instead I think about nourishing myself in ways that will align with my intention to feel more energize. And that helps to your me away from takeout Chinese food and into my kitchen when I cook pots of Faro. Embrace Swiss chard practice poaching the perfect tag and dig into cookbooks like Paulo I of food of Morocco and what to eat for how you feel the new all your data kitchen by divvy alter. And try new dishes like Paulo's egg plans a luke or devious sprouted among solid also experienced that sense of discovery and achievement that I'm looking for. Number four, I do at least one new thing each weekend. I've been having all sorts of new experiences, a meeting interesting people volunteering to do kitchen prep at a food pantry hiking trail taking a class in brewing booja walking the Los Angeles River in a meet up led by long distance, swimming champion Diane, and yet attending a talk by no Levine author of Dharma police at the inaugural Budapest in La. Some outings have turned out to be less than inspired. The less said about the mass meditation held at a conscious life expo the better but I always feel like falling through on my intention to step outside my comfort zone. I'm far from living completely in line with my intentions. Three countless ways I stray from the path but feeling courage rather than defeated I've more clarity about the way in which small things Afar too messy desk and unmade bed can undermine your vision of how you want your life to unfold and I think it'll be able to put some new habits in place soon.
"levine" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Cheating us. It was doug rules but there was also there was a second title that you were wrong about two right. Yeah I think so. Yeah I was wrong a couple times but nobody knew like yeah. Nobody knew and also it was not intentional so low. Well that's part of the fun to me. Is that Q? Imagine winning a gold medal in Olympics and everybody knows well see the couple ties. But she didn't know she wanted to give them back. That was the thing that they gave me was a bottle of bearish avid swine. I will give it back to your guys you can have. It doesn't chow meters. Could it's I? Was that wind if I were you Because I know who you're talking about what you say. They gave me a bottle of medicine. Do Clark was that the Michael Chain Reminded what the question was. What were we Nicole Kidman and also the GAL who I picked? She had a bottle of manage Schevitz associated with her name tag. Because at the Christmas show it was. I picked the Schindler's List to which I didn't mean to do but anyway for Christmas. That wasn't intentional. But yes so. I walked off stage with a bottle of Manischewitz than I will give that to. Whoever wins today how about when when we're out of Corinthian you can have a two year old bottle of not listening? You know how hard it is to get Manischewitz in New York. Clark right especially in these tough times. It's the worst all right well. What's matter everyone else's in l. a? Very straight cares. Yeah you're you're you're currently ahead of everyone by three hours three hours into the future. Could you let us know? Is there anything we should know about? That's going to happen within the next three hours documentary. But that's already happened History but Michael Biehn there. Michael Biehn SIS NOT A. Patrick is though no John. Patrick is nowhere near as much fun to say as be Michael Leear remould. I prefer his brother Sean Bean. It's crazy both of them. Have the same of Middle Baby. What it is it's has. Oh yikes people aren't going to be on this. Podcast has been who needs okay. So we're just GONNA we'll chat about movies at the end if there's any time leftover in the hour so but right now we're just gonNa jump right to it. I'm GONNA say look again. Yes just a couple of games. We're going to start with one called. How long is it going to name something? And then you all three gas. Our arguments closest without going over wins at prices right style. Do SAMM Levine. Goes I than just too long than Clark will apologies Clark but That cats the w the W could be a good slot. Have you ever had a situation where things went alphabetically? Grateful that you are all the way at the other end of the alphabet while now but I think that phrases right rules might be a good time to have your name be at the end of the list. Oh yes because you could dollar the shit on a so much a so so maybe today will be day occurred. I love it. Sam Yes here. How long is it the running the combined running time.
"levine" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"I'm also on instagram. David D Levine. I use my middle initial. Because the name David Levine is quite common. There's the there's a New Yorker Caricaturist David Levine. There's an INDYCAR. Driver named David Levine. In a lots and lots and lots and lots of dentists and lawyers named David Levine. So I just I I. I never had a hope of getting my unadorned name to be near anywhere near visible on Google. But but if you use if you Google David D Levine. You should find me. I've been pretty lucky with goodwill that. There's a professional golfer. I think there's a guy who plays the cello. He played on the theme. Music for northern exposure with a group called chance and his name. Is Ed Willett but if you Google Leopard will get like most of the I two patriots. So that's pretty good all right. Well thanks so much for the collaboration. That was That was great and Yeah I'm glad you very much graduate guest on the Word Shakers. Best of luck to you. Thanks again to David. D Levine for being my guest on this episode of the podcasters. I hope you enjoyed that chat as much as I did and I hope that you will come back in the future. There are many great guests lined up. Let's see I've got to Jeffrey. Carver is coming up. I- Renaming Interviewing Carrie Vaughn. Tim Powers and there's some others already in the works. That will be coming up before long. So please do come back for all of those future episodes and that reminds you again of the kickstarter that will launch on February twenty. Eighth are we'll have launched on February twenty eighth. If you're listening to this after that fact it'll be a thirty day kickstarter looking to raise thirteen thousand five hundred dollars. Canadian or about ten thousand dollars U S to publish an anthology called shapers of worlds featuring Some of the guests from the first year of this podcast which you have already heard because presumably since you're listening to the Altro you've already listened to the intro when I talked about Who was on. Who would part of that policy? But it's very exciting and I really hope that it takes place remind you again. The URL it's www dot kickstarter dot com slash project slash Edward Willett all Woodward Slash shapers hyphen of Hyphen. World's backslash that will take you to the project page..
"levine" Discussed on From Scratch
"Crowd sourced traffic information service that gives users real time data so they can better navigate their driving. Route ways was sold to Google Google for one point. One billion dollars in cash in two thousand thirteen year is also the CO founder of fee which helps users uncover hidden fees associated with their financial santeuil accounts through the use of crowd sourced information. I want to talk about the art or the icons the look and feel of ways which seems in a a cartoon or child like and like with the cloud like figures moving around. What was your thinking around the look and feel of it so one of the things that we mentioned earlier at the beginning it's harder because the value is not there therefore we build some gamification into the application so you collect points? The good is along the route that you drive in for many of the drivers. That was interesting enough to keep on driving. Even though that may be the route is doc perfect. Maybe the map is not perfect. We would use that to You know send people to areas that needs more drivers and we would you know populate them with With a good. He's on the road so as you drive them you actually collect more and more and more points because it does look like an adult candy land in a way Yes to an extent hip and that was on purpose to create kind of the gaming feel to incentivize people to stay with the program that was the idea was that will help L. people to use their application more. Even when it's not perfect you mentioned before that year first meetings were in your your mom's living room. What would your mom say about Yuri as a child? You know you mentioned that your nonconformist. What were you liked growing up might be vs skipping school? Terrible kid terrible teenager that It's very hard for you to deal with. But for my parents they actually they was better. Recognition ignition off the type of person. I am in the fact that they are good advantages out of that letter. Some examples of nightmare like The the the principal or the teacher would be calling my parents and asking where I am right or complaining about what I've done let's see Driving without a license For many years disappearing from school for a period of times like Arguing with teachers and everyone. And did you feel like you were a nightmare in real time. Or in retrospect in retrospect definitely you at the time I thought you know this is and I'm no different than the rest of the kids even though that may be. I am but but you don't see that you spent zero days Google goal as you said before working more full-time on fi x and you had mentioned at some point that in two thousand nine you lost twenty percent of your portfolio only to realize that you you had to pay on top of that a one and a half percent management fee And that was you know one of the one of the points of hurt for you to start this company Vinnie. Can you talk a little bit more about that. So you donate was terrible year on the market. Then I've lost on my Study found her twenty percent In in addition they charged me one and a half percent management fees and And I called him up and I said look. I'm a frustrated writer. Losing money something that I can do by myself. Yeah I don't need you to lose my money In but you also charge me one and a half percent than what they did. They refund me defeat. He's in so initially I. I was very happy with the fact that at least recover some of the losses right but then I started last month self. Why are they doing that? And I started to ask my friends. How much fees fees your pain? And they didn't know none of my friends actually know how much fees they're paying and then it started to realize hey that it's it's a big thing here if no one knows. These are all smart. People in these are all adult people and they should of known and they don't and I didn't know eat her And so so that was the initial thought around that That Maybe there is something that can be done and it was only until In Two thousand eleven that I actually found the time to start Building vieques so that was the first indication. The second indication was I was starting to explore. How much fees? I'm paying the bank in again. I I started to ask my friends. And one of them told me that they get ninety percent discount on on the bank fees. But I shouldn't be telling that to anyone and asked him why he say you know the bank told me not to tell anyone. This is in Israel Israel. This is an Israel And so we started to investigate more and we figure out that there's actually about four percent of the GDP in and fees in Israel. And it's the same here for pretend of GDP six hundred billion dollars of fees that American pays every year. This is more than the construction functioning. The street right. This is more than the entertainment industry. It's like an industry by itself which is only fees and by the way. We don't disagree that there shouldn't there should be some fee. It's just that people should know what the fee is right. I mean because there are professionals. Do doing some management of of your money and should be renumerated. But you're talking about. It's agreed that you don't know. Sometimes the fees are or that they're too high so definitely there should be some sort of fees that they should be mentioned in dollars not in basis points or express. Your were either term in terms that you don't even know you know I. I'm pretty short if we will walk throughout this floor and we've last people how much fees they're paying they wouldn't know in the reality. Is that an average American is going to lose about the one third of their retirement saving in fees one third. And what has been harder for you than you thought about feedbacks. The you the second time around so I mentioned to critical thing the last the last thing that actually based on that I decided that they're gonNA do fear. X was when my dad passed away about eight years ago and when I was at my mom's plays I was actually looking at the statement two years ago at the for three years ago at the statement of one of his accounts and I've noticed that he's being charged a lot of money in fees and I call them up and they say the We would like to speak to him and I said you know what I would like to speak to him as well but this is going to be very hard Years I think right and and then they said okay we cannot give a discount to someone that already died and I asked him. Are you sure that he can collect fees from some of these already died and the end. We had three weeks of arguments and eventually they refund the fees and discounted moving further in. I say to myself you know if it's not for us ain't GonNa do that for our parents on a lighter note. You like to ski up. Tell me about that. I liked the speed and I started. I started late. He started only when I was twenty. Seven thousand one of two things that I promised myself that after acquisition. I'm going to go for the whole season Skien gene and I did because that was after I got divorced and I didn't want to be away from the kids for that period of time so last year I was skiing about eight weeks week of skiing a week at home. A weak of skiing a week at home. Where do you go Usually the Alps but that would go anywhere anywhere anywhere other is good to know. What else brings you joy So I'd like to play basketball and I'm writing my bicycle. Most of the IT tight. That's because I hate traffic jams. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you Mike. Guest has been Yuri Levin Co founder of ways. I'm Jessica Harris. This's this is from scratch..
"levine" Discussed on From Scratch
"Also also uses crowd sourced information this time to uncover hidden fees in people's financial accounts prior to starting ways. Yeary was an independent strategic consultant. Salton focused on the wireless industry. He is a graduate of Tel Aviv. University welcome thank you for those listeners. Who are not ways searchers? How does ways work? The magic behind ways is deb It uses the same platform to collect information and and to share that information amongst all the drivers. So when you drive the system knows where you are how fast you're driving in automatically calculated great based on that all the traffic jams that are out there in help the rest of the drivers to avoid them so in general it helps you outsmart traffic jams. The system stem is better depending upon the number of users right so so obviously this requires critical mass of users and the more users to better accuracy of the day is and then it's much easier to get even more users you've used the example before of a driver from Los Angeles airport to the city which usually takes over an hour. I I if they're using ways could take little as twenty three twenty six minutes. The reality is that as driver as we don't know what we don't see right so you might be on the highway on the four or five highway that examples in you stuck in traffic jams and the streets are going to be wide open and you don't even know that in because there are drivers that are currently driving on the streets ways. I know that then can route you to avoid these Major traffic jams or or major accidents exponential rerun on a daily routines. You know. Sometimes I think about The people living in the houses of these once quite streets and now with the advent.
"levine" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"How many names do you think you need to identify the movie right? But he's going to give you the names in reverse right from the the lowest credited right smallest role to the lead roles you were able to sometimes bit outbid your your fellow contestants by going to negative numbers right when I already feel like I know what the movie was and so then I would name the movie and then I would start going in correct order from the top of the list. So if I say reservoir dogs to you I would. I would feel very safe in saying negative one. I would feel feel pretty safe and seeing negative too but beyond that then it starts to get weird I would say obviously Harvey tells got to be number one and I'm guessing Tim Roth was number for too But you never know I would say you never know with Leonard because sometimes You would go in an in order different than the opening credits orders. Sometimes you would veer towards the closing credits order which answered the very difficult question for you over the years of where do you put the and credit. That's right and I just I did that arbitrarily right because if it's and Robert Redford exactly. A Robert Redford Renan noting him last. Put them last right. You'RE NOT GONNA put him eighth name right and I are friends at IMDB. Believe believe in using in order of appearance right which I don't favor well we order of in credits listed order. That's right that's right so so they will. They'll do it in whatever order. The studio has is sometimes the studio will do in order for. PS So in order of appearance means that the first name you see see and I'm DB listing will be woman grocery stig exact. Exactly what we want. It's not Jennifer Lawrence Right. It was top billed than the movie. It's woman and Grocery Eastern right. Then cashier right. Fewer movies do that nowadays but it was. It was commonplace in the in the eighties and nineties. So That's why arbitrarily take Robert Redford and give him like third or fourth billing sure In a movie where he had an and credit right When I see I saw a movie last week that had three and oh the the Goldfinch oh has three or maybe four and credit boy? Nicole Kidman is an and credit credit really. Yeah Yeah because she it's IT'S A. It's a good supporting role supporting role. Okay all the at least three of the principals in the movie get that kind of credit. which would have driven every- all of us crazy? Yeah but it is an amazing facility facility that you have for remembering this and you corrected me in when we're still publishing the book. You corrected me on Superman oh right. Christopher Superman S. because I- incorrectly listed Christopher Reeve I well I mean. He said to me well Marlon Brando got top billing injuries Hackman. Yeah and then it's I. It's funny of all moves. You mentioned. I watched that last night. Oh my for my DC job And Not only is Christopher Reeve build below Brando and Hackman it's Brando Hackman and then such and such studio presents Superman and then Christopher Reeve a Richard Donner film starring Christopher. I was only I was only in the seventies. But no if you think about Batman and Robin from nineteen. ninety-seven Schwarzenegger is built over. George Clooney. He's back man he's well. How can you not be top bill? Well well. When you got Schwarzenegger Schwarzenegger and his agents play hardball? I guess he's is going to be top billed. Stay cool every seen a chill out. Chill out every hilarious man you know what. Kill the dinosaurs the ice age. That's by Lord you've also done like drunk history. Yeah you are very I said to you before we started the tea. That for me. If someone doesn't know slash hasn't worked with you or Clifton Collins Junior they don't exist is how now I just. This is a this is a fellow here made a guest appearance on that so raven this is true. You know you have a bra on you. Cut a broad swath the I I do indeed world of Showbiz yes. The the bread and butter of my career has probably been a guest during roles on television shows and so when someone says do these conventions Oh what have I seen you on in terms of guessing roles. I'd say every show you've ever. Oh that's right. Oh it's it's it's especially if you were watching in the in the `oughts yes yeah and then I always also like to throw in every show. You've never heard of every show. That was one one season and done I was on. That is a longlist. Yes yeah like drunk history. I know you've done before comedy game. Every time I see a photo of you someone I go of course Sam knows that person of course he does. Well that's what I tell people when they when they ask for you know when young people say oh I wanNA move l. a. and start attracting. What's your advice and my advice is always the same which is don't give up because the longer you stay here the the more connections you will make and I mean some of the best jobs I've had in? The last ten years did not come from auditions. They came from connections. That and I may during the first ten years you're in you're in the the wet hot American summer. Oh yeah which is great. But I'll talk about a cast. Yeah ridiculous thank you. That really is incredible. Oh those comedy show alter and David Wayne have gotten more mileage out of that. They should have Than anyone within possible. Yeah and that actually is my first film but in voice only is the original. What Hunt American summer off-camera voice? No I I was given the task tipplers. Little brother done. I was given the task of re dubbing dubbing the dialogue for one of the on camera actors who plays a camp. Dj of the Camp Radio Station so a large part of the time when you're hearing his voice It is off camera. You just hearing him supposedly over the over the radio But then he does have a whole bunch of scenes where he is on camera and I auditions for that role by sending VHS tapes from my home in Los Angeles to David Wayne in New York back in the summer of two thousand or earn not even as a spring of two thousand and ultimately I. I sent him a series of tapes. I'd send him one he'd call me and give me notes make another and I think we did that three times and then and didn't happen but then he called me six months later and said Listen Man Something works great. Some of it. We're having some issues with. Can I fly light in New York and maybe just heavy dub some of these lines and I thought it would just be a handful of lines but I get to New York and I realize it's an entire role that is largely on camera Alma. I feel very bad for the young man whose voice I was dubbing To my knowledge he he's doing just fine he's gone on and acted in plenty of other things but but still jill that was for better or worse my first movie and so then I did that again when they did the first net flicks Redo of that series First Day of camp right was a prequel series. I came back and voiced the young actor who they got to do the a prequel version of the Camp Dj and then when they did ten years later at long last. Got To play onscreen Artie. I really it was about time was sixty seventeen. Sixteen Year Journey. That was well worth it. Four wild and then you also. I'm very proud. You do some really incredible charity work. Oh and I. I love that you do that again. Wissam phenomenal Nominally I believe me the charities that they let me be a part of that to help them Raise money Yes I think you're going to the big slick. Kansas City charity. That I've been a part have now for ten years Charity itself No. I've been a part of it for nine years. The charity is ten years old. I missed the first one. I'm sorry to say But that that is a charity in Kansas City benefiting children's Mercy Hospital of Kansas City. which is truly one of the most noble noble organizations? I have ever known. They will treat Pediatric cancer free of charge They are doing experimental Therapies he's and procedures there and they are largely philanthropic funded so this charity is a very important part of their ability to function function as well as they do and the five guys who's charity. It is all Kansas City. Boys Paul Rudd Jason Today. Kiss Rob Riggle Eric. Stonestreet and David and these are wonderful guys and they every year in June they gather up their idiot. Hollywood friends and they get us on planes lanes and we fly into Kansas City. And we do a whole weekend to charity stuff with the Kansas City royals We D- We played the sprint center. This year with this big show I I mean they have amazing amazing people who come out and support this charity. We visit the hospital. We visit the kids we hanging out with the doctors and the nurses and the families and and it is so meaningful to all of us because we know where this money is going and Latin. This last year loan raised two and a half million dollars every year on weekend. Oh yeah the last several years we've raised nearly two million. I think the last year and nine we raise two million year eight. It was maybe any one point seven. I it's been over a million dollars at least the last five or six years and the videos that come out of it and all of you are having such a good clearly such a good time or you're just great actors Info. I'm just in the best spirits and for the best possible people. 'cause you do other charity work too. But that's that's a big one that so Worthwhile something I wanNa make sure lots of people know about. Oh thank you I think a big slick KC Yeah Dot. Org is the website and you can donate year round G Sam. It's been so nice is having you here all talking about all the stuff you are part of and have been part of and you're a good storyteller Tabu. Oh thanks makes Lynyrd yes you are yes you are. I mean you know not everybody has the ability to sort of take you into the Mo you took to that location you did. We were in good. That's what I aim for. Yeah well it's been a pleasure to have pleasure is always online. I adore the two of give you more than you know. Let's go on a road trip. I don't care I don't care okay. And Paul Higher the bus okay. I don't put him in charge of anything. It won't end was good advice. Thank you but.
"levine" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"None of you could have foreseen that it would have the staying power absolutely to have no. I mean I knew it was good because because I was a TV watcher. And so I remember reading the pilot script even before I had the job I remember reading it and thinking and this is so good I would watch the crap out of this show and and so when we were shooting it to. I always got the feeling what we're shooting is just it's so good and And so I didn't think it would have the staying power twenty years after the fact that it does. I just thought up people will talk about this however however long it goes on for like a good show but t to for to still be as popular more popular yeah considerably more twenty years later. That's something if it had been that popular would have continued and also it doesn't hurt that. So many of the main cast have gone on to become big big stars. You gotta be a record honestly to have that many people in the cast be successful and working. Oh yeah because I don't I mean for those uninitiated. See how we go. Seth Rogan James Franco. Linda Cartolini Jason Segel. Busy Phillips Martin Star John Francis Daley and me those rewrite all those your eighth main casts Joe Flaherty and Baker of course now and not to mention all all of our amazing guest stars. Everybody and every everybody was on that show. I mean every single one of you is successful and working as an actor every single one yes it is in some two more wild successful degrees than others. But I'm not complaining. I'll get has been twenty years and I've always had work and I'm amazing Lee Grateful and and no Martin has been on numerous series one after the other after the other and he says yeah and John Francis Daley. He is writing. Jonathan Goldstein John was on bones for years but now they're very successful writer directors and that makes me really. I've always liked him. He's one of those people just had a lovely lovely way about them And so seeing what he's been able to do behind the camera. It's exciting I. I'm very much as you know. I'm very much a cheerleader. And and but it's because I I love people who are creative and I love seeing people who are talented. Do lots of different things. That's part of what I think is. This is incredible about us. Just how many different kinds of things you do because we'll know you're right near DC universe hat but you're on the show daily now indeed which which our beloved friend Veronica Baker who was on the show with her dad. Rick Baker for Father's Day episode which was so much fun you know. That's with her. And so there you are. You're doing that And still everything else. Yes like the hence the business. Yeah well yes the dirty secret of DC daily is we take them mall in one day. Yes well so do the days shocking. Four days of the week free to do other things But no I love being a DC daily because at long last. I'm being paid to talk about all the nerd stuff I was talking about. That is a revolutionary. Sorry yes it certainly is characterized that way in this life. I have won the lottery eighteen times. Plus well good for you. Well you've earned it and you deserve it. Well thank you you work with John Patel Show Jesse was just crazy about called Wanda Oh undeclared also also a brilliant really isn't done. Yeah that that show was also ahead of its time could not find the right audience at the time and it was so funny I thought it was one of the vest takes on college. which as you know? I'm very familiar with No I got to do two episodes of that show and they were two of my most favorite episodes of television elevation ever done. It's another one like you say it's so good and it so well done and it's like a soon as I liked it. I always have that fear. All this is great. I'm I'm GonNa Kill it art. I Like I love the show. It's going to die but that's at least though it lives on. I mean nowadays with Youtube and everything else you can find stuff that is part of why freaks and Geeks is the phenomenon is it still exists. It does it exist for a long time the only way to get it was on DVD in the mail but they also elaborate special edition. All we did in the fall of two thousand Yearbook Style ooh Presentation Yup in the fall. Two thousand three All the cast and creators and everybody got very involved and we for months did audio commentary commentary tracks and we pulled out old pictures and Gabe Sachs is the MVP of that Writer producer Gabe Sachs Took so so much behind the scenes video and and photos and those so many of that is is what's included in all the special dish out. Santa would have been for him if he had done that for. Show that no one cared about yeah. Yeah and that's and that's what people will say to me. Oh you ever get sick of people telling you talking about freaks and Geeks and I was saying no because I'm really proud of it. I know how good it was And then I won't use an example show here because I don't want to put anyone down but I would say you know it's not like I was on some forgettable forgettable ninety s Sitcom. Yeah but I know was garbage but people still like it and I have to pretend that. Oh No I know how good it was No I'm I'm genuinely really proud proud of freaks and Geeks so never gets old to me when people tell me how much they liked it. Yeah what came next after. freaks and GEEKS was Why did a couple of pilots? That didn't go anywhere and then I did undeclared and then My first feature film my first on camera role in a feature film. I should say not another teen movie. which is another talk about the photos that live on forever and even you re post them do Ninja? The yes I was. I was the Asian wanted when I when I was a teenager. Recall that W- Asian. Oh that's all the kids who are obsessed with dance dance revolution and started wearing look like like anime characters but somehow in our school uniforms it was an impressive task but But yeah that's way Asian. I understand elven. I was ahead of the curve wages and that was a that was wildly. Fun Job for me because Studio Feature Ray and And and it was. It was silly silly silly fun movie. Yeah another one that stands out that people remember you for it was one of the first of that. Yes so john the first one. That was not a scary movie parody. Yes with this for that. Generation scare movie and released to to data released scary movie in that scary movie two and then we came out on the heels scary movie two and And we were the first non. You know scary movie parody and and then The wheels really fell off. The IT already machine mind you for the mountains movie guide. I reviewed all of the. I'm sorry I've seen every single knockoff. Ridiculous you know and yet I love you anyway but but yeah again the cast. That's part of what's so crazy early on with those even the scary movies. Oh yeah like. They had everybody they had. Everybody kept America. Yeah you did. Yeah we did so being with Kevin Mark yes and and welcoming so many guests of all shapes colors sizes stripes Some of the ones that stand out to you who I'm putting putting on quite all right to do so I for me It was never about. It's going to sound like I'm only seeing the most famous people But that's really not the case for me. It was about connecting with Getting to really get in depth stories from people who I had always looked up to STARTING WITH WEIRD AL I booked weird Al on the show. In our first year He and Kevin and really know each other and I knew teeny little bit and then I saw him at an event and I wanna say it was that A little small premiere of the Patent Oswald Movie Big Fan I WANNA say. That's I think that's two thousand nine and I saw Albert and I told him we have the show with Kevin Pollack and you'd be a dream guest for us. Do you WANNA do. And he said sure so getting out come on the show and then he came on again some years later But that first time we had him on the show was it just it just made my life. I Adore Al.. In every way you can safely reasonably reasonably adore and other person and And so that that was a big one. We had Tom Hanks on the show. He did a two WHO and a half hour interview. She's with Kevin We played games. We got silly. We got very silly these archived they are somewhere I I'm I think they're all assessable for free if not you know. It's a small at a nominal fee to get access to everything We had and Jane campion on the show and she was wonderful she had amazing stories. My favorite thing though about having gene can't be on the show. was you know she's very serious person. She directs these three hen. Movies and so- Kevin Asks her you know have you Is there a lighter side to you do you ever do you ever think about doing in comedy and then in this exact tone she says oh well I love to laugh we still to this day. God bless her sweetheart. We still when something funny happens in. Someone's not laughing. Do you have to love would would you love and and so you know having her in there and hearing these great stories that was that was so much fun for us. I mean it's it's beyond the You know the huge ones we had. Larry David on What was that like everything you expected? It would be okay. We sit down. And here's my favorite part. We sit down in about fifteen minutes in into this podcast. That Larry had no idea what he was getting into. He stops and he looks at Kevin and he goes. You're very good at this. I didn't know what to expect. But you're very very good at this. That's a plus which is a huge plus but imagine that happening you know we were seven in years into that happening Johnny Carson Tonight show you know where he's got. Bob Hope on or something you know. You're very good at this. I unexpected here So that's why we often funniest we did And Yeah no there. There were so many so many great. When somebody ones where you wouldn't think like Chris Pratt on post moneyball middle of parks and wreck pre guardians of the galaxy? Yeah right when only you and I knew his name. Yes yes when when only serious parks and recs fans knew he was ever would and okay okay and will ever what I needed a deep cut but but we had him on. And we're talking about all this great stuff and you know he's just has this as we had this amazing all. We're going to get them kind of attitude. You know whatever happens next. I don't know we'll see and we also he's done well yes I think. He's don't get quite wealthy authors but that that's part of though because you've been working for such a long time and you're young it's like you do come up. Certain people like Chris Evans being in another team true. You know it's the kind of thing and people love to bring this stuff up like it was a secret like people online. We'll be like. Oh my God. I can't believe I found a video of so and so in this. You will. Yeah because he didn't just appear yesterday right. They weren't just walked out of obscurity. That's IT and given this giant Johny of my dad and I always joke about the overnight since the twenty year overnight sensation which is exactly what that is you know even Jeff Ross. Being where he is now jeff has been doing this a very long time very long. Jeff is eighty eight years. He looks good though. You look so good surge good gene can you. Can you give us an example of somebody who surprised you yes So I had the good fortune when Kevin Started his work on the marvelous. Mrs Mazel We we would still hold to doing an episode week so he was in New York a lot which meant I got to fill in in for him as guest host And when I got to do that I also then got to book a guest which was tremendous fun and also made me realize why booking guests for a podcast is very difficult? And it's you're asking people to willingly sign up for jury duty but But I was so pleasantly surprised by so many of the guests that was able to book. But Maurice Lamarche. He's one of the great all all time voice actors. I mean if they when they build the Mount Rushmore Voice. It will be sandwiched between Mel Blanc and frank Welker in my humble opinion and Anyway me whatever he whatever else he does and he's done so much so much he will always be that voice of Orson Welles taking the brand. Yes and It just makes me laugh every single same and and having him on I'd met him You know here and there and I knew his jovial guy but the stories he had hidden were eye opening. Were phenomenal I don't want to spoil it and it is not my story to retail But he has a family history thing that is very dark That he was more more than happy to talk about. I'm very glad that he did But it comes towards the end of our very lengthy chat and it gets capped by him meeting the Dalai Lama. Oh my so i. I hate to tease people but again it is not my story to tell and I would not do a good job of retailing it so so I say please hunt down me interviewing Maurice Lamarche and if you don't want us to holding that's fine skipped to about the last half hour and catch that story because it is is one of the truly great stories I've ever heard about overcoming a real personal tragedy and and learning how to live with that that sort of thing in a way that changed me after having heard him tell that story..
"levine" Discussed on Pop Shop
"So Bruin fi was already a successful band before the voice Adam LeVine was a known entity for the voice as was Blake Shelton. Yeah. However, it the show raised his profile in the band's profile so much, and gave them this like burst of wind into their sales, and really gave them a different place in pop culture. Yeah. And the same thing happened to Blake Shelton. If you look on our charts the same the same sort of thing happened to Blake Blake was already an established country star, but he became a much bigger personality. Yeah. I mean so many people myself included had never even heard his name until he was announced, as of voice coach that I'm not I became a country fan after the voice premiered. And so I would have maybe known about him now. But, but I did not know anything about him until voice, I wonder, you know, how will this without this? Kind of almost constant weekly presence of Adam LeVine in millions of households. How will that impact their music now fortunes, you know, does this just give them more time to be a more traditional ban where they can have more time in the road or you know, I'm like, I don't know. I'm dying to find out what the rest of the dudes in the maroon five think. Well, yeah, I mean they just like the atom this is a cash cow stay with it. He's a dad to now. So like, he's, you know, like a combination of being a constant rockstar and a dad, the voice like gig probably took up a ton of his time. We'll and also it can take up a lot of your time away from being not just a dad, but also being a rock star. You know, you have to be on a set for those live shows for a certain number of weeks. Plus, you have to go and tape, all those, you know, sort of initial battle rounds or whatever they probably touring anytime. He's not shooting the anything exhaust. You have to you have to like you have to find twelve tour. Tour and tour in promotional duties, and like go on the road. And then come back to the voice and film, the voice, which is the same thing that happened. You know, obviously with the judge on American idol the same sort of drama. You know what L tap into animal Wien after the voice premiered, he was named people's sexiest man. Thanks to impart, the voice was, Blake Shelton people's sexiest after the voice, look at that. Not that would not have happened. Now, can you. I mean, we can name a lot of the other judges, Christina Aguilera, ceelo. Jennifer Hudson Gwen Stafani Shakira, usher, logic legend, Kelly Clarkson, most recently, we probably left out a few people. But I think we most mostly offshore by didn't. Okay. I think he was like one season he was really brief. But none of them have been able to replicate what Adam and Blake had. Yeah. And I don't know if it's because all of those artists were kind of at maybe different levels in their career already or because it happened from the start when it was like a such a phenomenon and like and then they have the continued through line of doing every single season. Weirdly, the I mean, the, the same kind of impact didn't really happen with ceelo and Christina Aguilera who are also the, the other two initial sees. In one when did forget you come out. Was it before the voice Bono dollar question?.
"levine" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Business is cold Hollywood lead Wien Hollywood. We'll get to that later. Why would I call it Hollywood in LeVine? What do you call it? Holly. Just makes sense now. Well, like street Hollywood and Wien. Yes. Yeah. Eric said show, an exhaustive. Log called the fish loves of two thousand eleven by time magazine by Ken LeVine. Welcome to the show a man of many interests and lanes. He was once kissed by up on let me make sure hyper nounce this grisly. It's rabbi. In book nex. I think. Wagner, lavar. Congrats go you got the mistakes in the intro down to twelve. Wow. I also worked with Rafeal for call. I forgot appeal for coal dodger shortstop, that's right? Nice work and. So you guys can love. Yes levine. Yeah. Great Ken LeVine in the Mississippi River, it's Levin. But west of the Mississippi River, it's LeVine. And do they have a lot of Schiphol rose there? Shapiro's? And you know, when I was a top forty disc jockey? They wouldn't let me use even Ken LeVine sounded way to Jewish. So I was beaver cleaver that was my aureus Jackie name beaver cleaver now one person who's total gentile, but called, sir. Self Levin is Averell Levin. She's got a G in their gotta cheat in there. I don't know what what that is g for gentile. That's a French Canadian thing. Now now, okay. We worked together on bicker with directed. You. In an episode of Becker. With ted. Daniel was really one of the highlights of your career. You didn't remember that? Now, you said or Frank actually said that you put me on a list, I think Schindler did too. But you put a list, it's a block. People you were it was a thanksgiving. I think and it was people you are thankful to have worked with right? And and I also mentioned that there was like a category of people who I directed who have no recollection of directed by. And you're up on that list. I molded you. I'm molded you. But that's that's a that's a steam company Joan plow, right? That's right. That's right. Yeah. People tell Joan plow, right? No, no, no, no Joan baby. Let me tell you. How this is funny. Can't really do that with her. Now, another person we have to get to is. You know, contrary to popular belief that she could turn the world on with her smile going right in for that. And suddenly take a nothing day and make it all seem worthwhile. Arnie Kogen told us that we should ask you about your experiences with with Mary. Well, Erica sweetheart can I just say years ago when I saw ordinary people now up until then choose cute lovable. Mary was her a yet. I'm. That was her in ordinary people when I was watching that movie where she's a cold emotionless bitch. I'm going. I remember watching going. Ooh, I think she plays this a little too. Well, yeah. She would not have needed me to direct her. That that was that was Mary, but I can say that she was very professional. She always knew her lines and show his showed up on time beat the crap out of us most days, but but what Which show? show would that which which which reincarnation of of that was. He's of Mary flops and ours was I think three out of seven ours was a show called Mary was nineteen eighty-five and it starred Mary and James Farren Tino had a good cast. John astin. Oh, yeah. We discovered Katie Seagal. It was her first job. It was really a good cast. And I'm actually very proud of those shows. But the problem is that Mary at the time was coming off a movie career that was starting to really stall. And so they said look you go back into television. And it'll be like Cosby Cosby came back into TV and was getting forty shares. And so she thought okay, I'll do that. And she was really on board until the show premiered. And we got a twenty six share now today shows get a point zero eight share we got a twenty six year. We. Something like forty million people watching our show, but it wasn't a forty share. And so Mary was very unhappy. And from that point on it was like dragging, a dead horse across the finish line to shoot it. Wow..
"levine" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Making music. For like twenty years and when looking back on his, years in the band Adam LeVine said. He had no idea he'd stay in the same. Group for this song he. Said he loves it their music has changed and evolved over the years because he hates the idea of being trapped in a, box creatively m. Five, not going anywhere wait twenty five I've never. Seen you adjust It's a special occasion Not in Glad John Can we talk a moment These feelings I wasn't trying to get wasted Three or four Those times Thank you On just We're in five.
"levine" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Has been making music. For twenty years and when looking back on his years, in the band Adam LeVine said he. Had no idea he'd stay in the same group. For the song he said. He loves it their music has changed and evolved over the years because he hates the idea of being trapped in a box, creatively m five. Not, going anywhere wait twenty five Dirty. Looks from mother Never seen you in Long Caja That Uh-huh Oh Can we talk for a? Moment I'm tired of holding on Wasn't trying to get wasted Three or four John All those times Thank you Can Jerusalem In five.
"levine" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I know you have you have your own ted levine yeah you get into stuff i remember you were like a car in the video i do yeah i've that's part of my my responsibility and all this that i've been you know in addition to helping j make the best movie he can make i'm involved in the video games in the a r and the vr and the legos toys of licensing the all of that stuff that we're doing which i find to be extension of the experience for kids and and i i really get into it i was a kid and i played with toys and you know the the video game we're doing the ability to build your own park with photo real dinosaurs and care for them is amazing and the we have this pokemon goes style game where people going to be running around the middle of the street hopefully there's no car accidents but no it's it's it's been a blast of involvement stuff isn't the jurassic park ride at universal has been changed into jurassic world read it will be it will have a strange relationship with that right i i had this when i they told me that they wanted to do and i had this like alleghenies and bridge on the river kwai like what have i done moment that i'd just like i'm not sure if i if i if i feel alright and they explain they showed me the ri and they show what they're gonna do it is it is awesome like i get it and i understand there's a whole new generation of kids but as somebody who is of that other generation who also trying to please with these movies i it it did hurt a little bit yeah well i'm looking forward to start a support group for others clinging onto the path so i wanna talk about the destruction on the islands the the stampede seeing is crazy and the best possible way that's probably the biggest action sequence in jurassic history so far sure as far as like number of dinosaurs yeah incentive just the scale of scope you did you did you write that kind of beat for beat how is that to to sort of do it was written beat for beat but you can write anything and executing it another question so yes it all be all the way to the girish fear underwater slowly filling up every bit of that and it didn't really change much from the very first raffling that was you know writing those big sequences something that i don't wanna say it comes easily but it's it's a little more natural to me because i am a child butts you know finding the emotional residents in this and making these characters you know actually have reasons to do what they're doing the hard part screenwriting and that's what that's evolved over time but yeah i mean and they on i you know worked very closely together on on the boards and the prebus and everything to make that is incredible as it could be but i think you nailed it man it's so awesome i'm just imagining the script page having a lot of exclamation marks i'm sure it didn't i should have i try try i feel it's a bit self congratulatory when you put exclamation but also when you just put a period if we don't you know how crazy that yeah but that's a good days work isn't that your office and you imagine if okay no often and focus on those eating each other i mean it's came from the girish receive was really out of my own desire to to do a sequence in this movie that was you know like one of my favorite sequences that didn't involve dinosaurs we didn't have a non dinosaur sequence address than that just like people in peril in a situation that they're not in danger of also being eaten let the call going down the trees the original faffing okay and one of my favorite sequences from the film doesn't involved on sylla's really and it's it's chris trank up trying to get away from some lava pretty me laugh and is it true the wolf of wall street connection that that was kind of a bit of an inspiration wall street for kids and families it's an amazing thing it's really fun it's really fun and you know i think there is something like undeniably humorous about lava i don't know why but to be able to to.
"levine" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"We finally got rid of the rain we got a little bit of a relief this week a little bit cooler as well not as humid start to a good week sunny and eighty four today sixty two right now in the zoo me aged levine hey burning you say the one honesty.
"levine" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)
"This tedtalk feature is philosophy and comic emily levine recorded live at ted twenty eighteen if you're enjoying ted talks daily then you might like alan lightens new ted book in praise of wasting time in today's frenzied and wired world we are obsessed with the idea of not wasting time but have we lost the silences and solitude so essential to our inner lives stay tuned to hear an excerpt from the audiobook read by the author by twenty fifty the world population will reach nearly ten billion and food production will need to grow by seventy percent what if artificial intelligence could help farmers are already using it to help increase crop yields watson and the ibm cloud provide access to whether data and analyze satellite imagery to help them monitor soil moisture levels and reduce water waste so as the population grows more food can be put on tables let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart i am going to i tell you something that in my grandmother would have elicited five oil alarm well you're you're you're you're and here it is are you ready okay i have stage for lung cancer i know poor me i don't feel that way and so okay with it and granted i have certain advantages not everybody can take so cavalier attitude i don't have young children i have a grown daughter who's brilliant than happy and wonderful i don't have huge financial stress my cancer isn't that aggressive it's kind of like the democratic leadership.
"levine" Discussed on Channel 955
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"levine" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Don't big john mayor smokes no you don't wanna you don't have the right john now he's the frankenstein any i picture out about him or what are you picture when he finished them about oh you're in john mair no no no legitimate john mayor killer off hit rock all the way in the dirty you are listening in in one of these both seem like okay don't you i echo that go john marysville zhejiang mayor adam levine adam adam levine owns thirty two i guess i like dirt what do you mean dirty dirty boise now oh like dirty kinky dirtier no i'm not way though with sarah's look enough of the are you thinking about an event hail and right now now what what could have bad now i was thinking about john mira like we i wonder if he'd be fun to date and if you know because i guess if i'm not with john i gotta find another guitar player i mean half my left foot feet gone if if i had never qatar player my life you know john mayor probably knows love songs you can jam i'm going to need to have that going on don't you think that you wouldn't be able to jam like i'm never gonna jam again and a gun and joerg don't you think that would be wrong to go there we now i will make you think a john you do like i am with someone else are timing will never be that you would thirty years to develop europe give out music because john died you don't have to give it up you just don't have a guitarplaying are in that house who takes that seat and have to have turkey should be like oh my god mob did you really higher another guitar player dad he just sits tomorrow afternoon in place so i can sing while and put away the dishes you know i need that all right yeah john maher on qatar later oh the time sorry man uber ugandans herring we all right there i know i just have to keep getting reminding barrier driving okay i'll push.