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"lydia" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Before we get started with today's episode, I want to let you know that it contains mentions of suicide. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is William manica. This month we're talking about muses, women who are drivers of creativity and inspiration. Today we're talking about a woman who was the final muse for celebrated French modernist painter Henri Matisse. Let's talk about Lydia, Deluca. Lydia delect her skya was born in Tom's Russia in 1910. She fled her homeland during the Russian Revolution and settled in harbin China, a safe haven for Soviet refugees. When Lydia was 12 years old, both of her parents died, and she spent the rest of her childhood living with her aunt. At the age of 20, she married a much older man and the couple moved to Paris. The marriage ended after just a year. Lydia was well educated and wanted to be a doctor like her father had been. But her divorce left her almost penniless. She briefly studied medicine at the sorbonne in Paris, but soon couldn't afford the tuition. During her next equally disastrous relationship, Lydia moved to nice in 1932, where she bounced between jobs as a film extra model and dancer. Matisse was also living and working in nice, and Lydia responded to an ad to be the aging artist's temporary assistant. While Lydia was working for Matisse, his wife became ill, and Matisse asked Lydia to stay on as her caretaker. At first, Matisse overlooked Lydia as a potential muse. She wasn't like the dark haired olive skinned models he typically painted. Matisse later called the blond and blue eyed Lydia snow Queen. But one day he noticed Lydia daydreaming with her head lying on crossed arms. Her relaxed pose captivated Matisse and the artist quickly began the first of hundreds of sketches of Lydia. Soon, Lydia became a teacher's favorite artistic inspiration. In 1935, Lydia began sitting for a new Matisse painting. For 6 months, she posed for hours every day, as Matisse crafted his famous work, the pink nude. Art historians estimate that Lydia is depicted in more than 90 Matisse paintings. But Lydia wasn't just Matisse's model. As time wore on, she began to take on more responsibilities and was soon running his entire studio. She became vital to Matisse's daily routine and Matisse's wife took notice. Matisse's family didn't like Lydia, and many assumed the two were entangled in a romantic affair. But Lydia and Matisse always denied being lovers. Matisse's wife didn't care. Lydia later said madam wanted me to leave, not from female jealousy, there was no question of adultery, but because I was running the whole house. Eventually, Matisse's wife gave him an ultimatum. Me or her. Matisse protested, but still fired Lydia. Lydia was heartbroken over losing the only job she'd ever truly loved. Lydia tried to commit suicide by aiming a gun at her chest, but the bullet miraculously bounced off her breastbone and she survived. Even with Lydia out of the picture, madam Matisse wasn't satisfied. She filed for divorce in 1939. Matisse promptly hired Lydia once again. As he grew old and frail, Lydia cared for Matisse through bouts of asthma and arthritis and a battle with cancer. When France was occupied during World War II, Lydia made sure Matisse stayed warm through frigid winters and always had enough food. She took boxing lessons to protect herself from leering soldiers as she trudged through the streets tending to the painter's personal and business affairs. Throughout their partnership, Matisse marveled at Lydia's work ethic and resourcefulness. He once joked that he wouldn't be surprised to discover Lydia knew how to fly an airplane. Matisse expressed his gratitude by gifting Lydia original sketches twice a year. She also spent a huge portion of her wages buying more work from the painter, who she admired above all other artists. She argued that she should pay the same price as any other collector. In Matisse's final years, Lydia helped him complete his final works, including the colored paper cutouts now regarded as one of his most brilliant artistic innovations. Matisse sketched Lydia for the last time the day before his death. As he finished the piece, he said, it will do. Matisse died on November 3rd, 1954. His family still resented Lydia, and she didn't attend his funeral. For the rest of Lydia's life, she dedicated herself to growing Matisse's legacy as one of the greatest painters of the 20th century. She published two large volumes on his work, and loaned the art she owned to galleries and museums. She wanted her fellow Russians to know and appreciate Matisse's genius, and she is largely responsible for the collection of Matisse paintings that exist in Russia today. Lydia took her own life in 1998 when she was 87 years old. She was buried first in France and then in Russia near St. Petersburg. Both of Lydia's gravestones were inscribed with a quote often attributed to Pablo Picasso..
Abortion ruling exposes deep chasm over the issue in the US
"The Supreme Court's move do overturn roe V wade is laying bare a deep national divide over abortion Outside the high court Lydia Taylor celebrated I've been working in rain for the past like 5 years for this day Now she wants to push for all states to ban abortion as she cried tears of joy nearby It's terrifying Ansley Cole is scared Because what are they going to come for next Columbia University professor Terry mcgovern says a lot of rights are now at risk Contraception I think certainly gay marriage and protections for same sex relationship And others based on the right to privacy This decision is the seismic shift in how we understand or how scotus is understood the constitution Sagar Meghani Washington
From Nixon to Trump: Is Donald Relying on Watergate Precedent?
"Jamie Raskin said he doesn't intend to browbeat Merrick Garland, but he noted the committee has already laid out in legal pleadings criminal statutes that they believe Donald violated. I think he knows his staff knows the U.S. attorneys know what's at stake here. They know the importance of it, but think that he thinks they were rightfully playing paying close attention to precedent in history as well as the facts of the case. I agree with that. But we can't Nixon got away with it. And this led to Donald Trump, I think. Yeah. I'm watching Watergate because the 50th anniversary of the break in is this year. Is this month, I think. And so there's a lot of stuff right now and gas lit just ended yesterday. So good. The guy that plays Lydia is fantastic. Yes. So I mean, this is watching that and just kind of, because I was little at the time, I was just a weird little 5 year old. But Nixon did get away with it. And on Barbara mcquade and Joel wine banks is hashtag sisters in law podcast. They were banting about should criminal charges be brought and the importance of that not happening just means then people are above the law. Right. And proving it in the court of law is different than I really do feel as much as Adam Schiff doesn't think it's happening and I respect him like crazy. I do think they're investigating it. It would be remiss of them not to. 100% believe that they are. You know, and Garland is very good at being quiet about things. And I like that about him. And he's conservative so the fact that he has brought up seditious conspiracy charges for such a conservative DoJ. That's a big charge. That's a huge charge. It's almost impossible to prove, so I think that because he's doing that, he is going. He's looking into what Donald knew and when he knew it. And it looks like the committee has set the stage for Donald's defense not to work going on in no.
"lydia" Discussed on Hope Reclaimed
"What was also really special and then we had him in the arms of a nurse kissed him and touched his nose and then said goodbye. I'm so sorry for what you've gone through, Lydia. I love how you said that you were so happy in that moment of being with him. Yeah. And so tragically sad. You know, in the middle, I have not experienced this kind of pain that you've experienced. It's so interesting to me that so often tragedy and tragedy is also woven with joy. Even in that process of coming home without your baby, what did it look like to also find the joy in the middle of the tragedy? That's kind of life after a loss. Regardless of what the last is, like you've experienced the lowest of lows, but somehow that's made a way for you to experience higher highs, I think. Holding both of those things is just kind of our life right now. You know, being having space to feel so sad, but also feeling so thankful for what we do have. That's just the balancing act that I feel you walk after loss and that's a kind of grief in a way. Yeah, coming home was devastating to and so hard. Yeah, I had my husband went in before me and just put all the baby stuff away and shut the nursery door and yeah, I think it was really hard to find joy. For a while after that. But I found solace in things that not necessarily felt joyful but just felt good so like being with my family felt really good and my mom and my sister lived in the past for basically like a month after it happened. What a gift that is. What I get is that is. Yeah, they were amazing. And coloring for some reason. Because my brain can only handle so much stimulation, so just like being able to color a mandala or whatever. Playing cards. Doing puzzles. So you just kind of start to find those things that feel not like, oh, this is the best time ever, because I don't think you know, I don't think that's a reasonable for the time right after, but just like this feels this feels okay or this feels good right now. In talking about him too, like you said, having that birth experience affirmed what's really important. And I found no one asks about your birth story when the birth ends in a death. Like, wow. And that was hard for me because I did just give birth, you know? And I did that thing that I had never done before. And it was my friend who was a labor and delivery nurse. I had sent her some photos. And she was the first one to affirm Lydia. You did that. Birthed this beautiful baby. And it looks like you didn't use any, you know, like you did it naturally, which had been a goal for me. And just that was so.
"lydia" Discussed on Code Story
"This is code story. The podcast bringing you interviews with tech visionaries. Who share in the critical moments of what it takes to change an industry and build and lead. A team that has your back. I'm your host, no a lab part. And today how Lydia Davies built the best way for her community to see who else is down to golf. All this and more on code story. Lydia Davies is from the UK originally, but she has lived all over the world. She was actually born in Thailand and lived in Southeast Asia, Singapore, Alaska, the Middle East, and now is in Houston, Texas. She's always been into sports, playing, supporting, et cetera. When she was 16 years old, she signed on to a music label as a singer in a pianist, traveling around the world to perform. When she left the music industry, she got really into tech. As she opened her performing arts academy, she ended up building her own website and app for the business. During COVID in 2020, she started creating a framework for a golf app for her and her husband to find people to play golf with. She wanted the app to have mechanics like a dating app with a social aspect to see who was down to play some golf. Worldwide. This is the creation story of teammates. Teammates is a gulf app. It connects golfers worldwide. The main feature of it is being able to post two times and then searching for golfers in your area. It works on location based. So if I set up a tee time that my local muni, it will show me and I have person fight teammates that will show me everyone in my area. So I can then invite them and they get a notification and they can accept or decline. It also has a full social networking newsfeed as well as a marketplace where each user can set up their own store, sell newer use golf equipment or trade equipment. So yeah, it's really about getting the community of golfers together and it's the sport has grown exponentially in the last year, really since COVID started. And it's really just becoming. It's almost becoming a trendy thing to do, which I love. And there's lots of more females getting into it and youth getting into it and golfers really have a good connection with each other and it's such a fun day out. I created it because my husband traveling and playing alone. He's a very social person and likes to chat to people. So I did it with him in mind, particularly as well as myself not being able to find enough females in my area to play with. And we really both having lived up being living overseas for most of our lives. The community feel is really important to us. And I think linking people through sports is a really great icebreaker and a good way of people getting new friends and getting to know each other. And maybe spending time with people that you wouldn't think that you would like, but then you do end up really enjoying their company and just sharing a passion for the sport. Let's dive into the MVP so that first product you build, how long did it take you to build and what sort of tools did you use to bring it to life? So it took a lot longer than I thought it was going to, as things do. I did all the framework on XD last summer when COVID was kind of in the height of things. Once I had all the framework done, I knew I wasn't super experience with coding or anything. So I got a development team on board. They started building it and I think August September 2020 using the framework that I'd done and we kind of had meetings three times a week and went through each little design and each link and how everything was going to work and we went through a lot of drafts of it. I do have to say I'm a pretty picky, so the poor things had to go back multiple times and change stuff and fix things and you know, we really wanted to make sure that the flow was simple because that's one thing people get bored so easily these days on apps and if it's not quick and easy, then they're off it. That was really important to us and it did take us a while to get that flow, which I think we have a pretty stable foundation now. And then we launched it in June. We did have some, of course, had some bugs and stuff at the beginning as you do, which we tried to fix as quickly as possible. And we've just been smoothing it out since then. And now we're working on adding a bunch of new features, which is really exciting. Let's stick on the MVP a little bit, so with any first product, you've got to work through decisions and tradeoffs about what features you're going to include in the very beginning. What you're going to cut and even what sort of technical debt you're going to accept and fix later. So tell me about some of those decisions and tradeoffs you had to work through and how you coped with them. Well, I knew that the main feature obviously had to be the team time linking and when I first went about creating it, I was using bumble or Tinder as an example of how you could just swipe through people and like, oh, I'd like to play golf with him, and I'd like to play golf with her. It still isn't quite as simple as I wanted to be. But that was that was the core feature of the app. So once we have that part down, I knew that there had to be something else to engage consumers at the beginning because I think people are a little hesitant with something new and meeting up with people, which is understandable. There's all different personalities in the world. So I wanted really wanted the social networking aspect of it on there. Not only to draw people in, but so that there was a newsfeed of everything goal. My husband, for example, spends before we made the app spent a lot of time on Instagram just trying to filter to golf. And all he wanted to see was golf swing videos and golf tips and golf courses and so I really wanted to feed that was just all of that that you didn't have to filter that everything you saw on the feed was related to the topic. The thing that you love and the thing that you're looking for. We actually decided to add the marketplace closer to the end because we were seeing a bunch of companies during the first part of the pandemic time pop up, a lot of local Texas companies actually creating golf brand shirts, wedges, putters, gloves. We noticed there was a lot of entrepreneurs and startups that were in that industry. And we really wanted a platform for them to be able to go on and somewhere that they could.
"lydia" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Whether you have an iphone android the links at the top of the page. And now it's time for the twenty four hour challenge which the challenge you have for everyone listening lydia so i would say that the most important way to frame and lived day is to think about every single moment you have pushing yourself into the positive i think for so many of us we get lost in the minutia of day. Things start going wrong. We seem like the whole day is going to be completely wrecked when in fact if you were to really step back and think to yourself all right what. What are the problems here. I like to say that if you are in an argument with someone or you find that you are the common denominator things going wrong. One percent of the course of the day. It could be either of you. Two people over the course of the day that you're arguing with you. Go look in the mirror the bottom line you so anytime you have the opportunity over the course of today or the next couple of days. Remember whether it be you in one person whether you be you in different situations that you're running into over the course of the day. If everything seems negative think about where the negativity has come from and try to reframe it. That's a great twenty four hour challenge and again if you're driving jogging pushing the baby carriage. Whatever and you can't get that all down. Don't worry we've got your back. Just go to the show notes at conscious newin air show dot com and we'll have the entire twenty four hour challenge. Now's really my favorite part of the show. I get to reach out and give you an energetic hug. Tell you i love you. I support you. I believe in you. And i'm grateful for you being on the planet to make your impact to put more money in the bank. That's happy and fulfilling for you and now it's time for the conscious millionaire expert questions. What's the mindset you've developed that helps you discover the best business opportunities lydio it's really.
"lydia" Discussed on All God's Women
"Request for you all with joy for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now being confident of this very thing that he who has began a good work in you will complete it until the day of jesus christ. The world likes to talk about fate or coincidence but his christians we know there is no such thing. God is the orchestrator of life while life may seem awfully random to us. He sees the big picture. He knows where we need to be and who we need to meet in order to become who were meant to be. Lydia went to the river that day. Because she was seeking she had limited knowledge of god but she knew there was more and she wanted to find it. Paul showed up at that river. Because god told him to come to macedonia. You too may be seeking. You're familiar with god. You've heard others talk about him. You've tried learning about him but you keep feeling. There's more that you're missing something. If so don't give up keep praying keep reading your bible. Keep seeking until you find him and the way to find him is through his word. I promise you he hears you. He will respond. He loves you and through his word he will give you the peace and eternal life that you're seeking lord. God thank you for the mighty waste that you work in our lives. Thank you for hearing our prayers and sending the answers that were seeking forgive as those times. We grow discouraged and lose heart. Give us the strength to continue serving you when the way grows more difficult..
"lydia" Discussed on All God's Women
"Fourteen paul veteran philip high on a second missionary journey but in order to fully appreciate the hand of god and his work in her life. We need to go back. To the beginning of that chapter palm it timothy endless stra and invited him to join him on his evangelistic journey so they went from city to city help to strengthen the gentile churches but while they were in the region of galicia the holy spirit came to paul forbidding him to preach in asia unsure where to proceed. They tried to go to patinya but again the holy spirit stop them then in the night. Paul had a vision. A man from macedonia pleaded for him to come to macedonia and help them immediately. They headed that way concluding that the lord had called them to preach there. Macedonia was a region of europe. In order to reach macedonia. They had to cross a body of water that separated europe and asia. They made their way to fill a pie the largest city in that part of macedonia and stayed for several days. It was their custom on the sabbath day to find a local synagogue. However since this was a roman colony without many jews living there the city had no synagogue. In fact the jewish custom at that time was that they would only build a synagogue. If there were ten jewish men living there so this tells us how few godly men. There were in philip pie. However there was group of women who met at the river to pray paul and his traveling companions found out about these women and join their prayer service. They began to speak to the woman. Gathered there lydia. Was one of those praying women act. Sixteen fourteen tells us she was a seller of purple from the city of thyroid. Tyra who worshiped god. The lord opened her heart to heat. The things spoken by paul. She then led her entire household to be saved and baptized..
Author Gordon Chang Describes His Robust Beliefs About Communist China
"Us a little. Bit of who. Gordon chang is and how you got the very robust beliefs that you have today said. I'm a writer. And i wrote a book the coming collapse in china in two thousand one in which i predicted the communist party would fail in ten years so as wrong about that The reason why i wrote that book was because lydia ni- were living in china We moved their august. Nineteen ninety-six because i went there to work for my primary client citibank. We were doing all sorts of deals and it was a very optimistic time. And i can remember when we moved to shanghai. Lydia got on the phone and said mom china's not communist anymore. And i agreed with her because i saw clients they would buzzed into shanghai. They would stay at the grand. Taio was just one of the most spectacular hotels in the world and they would say the same thing but as we lived in china As we traveled around talk to people work there We saw a very different country and that led us to believe that the regime was not stable. I think it still is unstable. It was able to get through largely because of the two thousand eight downturn and also because companies didn't hold china to its world trade organization promises which i thought they would so i've been wrong about timing but we're seeing a china right now. That is a dangerous now. A lot of people say that it's dangerous because it strong. I think it's dangerous because it's weak but fundamentally we have agreement on one point and that is that china poses and existential threat to the united states and to the international system.
"lydia" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Lydia to Kobe is going to win gold for the United States. Lydia Jacoby is gold medal win in the 100 M breaststroke was maybe as unexpected as her journey to get to Tokyo. Jacoby is the first Olympic swimmer born in Alaska. What makes it even more noteworthy? There's only one Olympic sized pool in the entire state, a day of dramatic and often emotional testimony before the January 6th committee committee stands to join, but it's not the end. Rather, it's just the beginning of the investigation into the deadly January 6th riot at the capital and an effort to hold those responsible accountable. That's exactly what Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn would like to see if a hit man is hired. And he kills. Somebody. Hit man goes to jail. But not only does the hit man go to jail, but the person who hired them does. There was an attack carried out on January six, and I hit Man sent them. Several more hearings are to come about the storming of the capital and the arrests that still continue months after the fact. Linda Kenyan CBS NEWS Capitol Hill When gold, get a house and some dough, that's what's happening with Olympian Hyland Diaz. She's won the first gold medal ever for the Philippines and as a thank you, the weight lifter is getting 600,000 bucks from her country and Two homes from real estate tycoons. At the close, the Dow lost 85. The NASDAQ was down 1 80. This is CBS News. Right now. Visit creditkarma dot com slash win money to open your free account and start winning instant karma. No purchase necessary exclusions in terms apply C rules, more shooting victims in and around Seattle. The stories after real time traffic.
Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA well I've always been a huge role model for me I in Rio I was twelve so I was I was little I was watching her swim so this is really incredible to be able to swim next to her Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man I'm Danny cap
Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man and Katie is a fierce winds the bronze the claim team USA's third ever medal in the women's triathlon I'm Danny cap
"lydia" Discussed on The Heumann
"That a mean to make light of it and i think people really do wanna to eat food that is enjoyable to them is spiritual them and i think is important in valley say is any people have given up on being able to get food which is good tastes good if they enjoy eating and feel nourished by it so i think the work that you're doing and cooking and baking very much follows your overall thinking about transforming the world so is there anything else that you would like to leave our audience with my hope is that if you've been listening to this conversation and you're thinking about what you can take from it take this justice is not optional. There is nobody who is not worth it and that also includes seattle and that note with love. Thank you very much. Lydia been tuning into the human perspective with judy this week. Our guest lydia. Exc- brown and the interview was monitoring by both judy human and anna laundry. Be sure to fo- lydia on twitter at autistic and follow anna at anna lingerie the intro music for the human perspective is dragon which is produced and performed by lachey janta. And what ed and the ultra music is. I wait by gaily. He's be sure to. Rape review and described to the human perspective and follow judy on twitter at judith remain on instagram and facebook at the perspective..
Olivia Rodrigo's 'Sour' Returns to No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
"Alluvia rodriguez sour returns to number one. For a second total week as it steps three to one in its fifth week on the chart it earned one hundred and five thousand equivalent album units in the us in the weekending june twenty-fourth that is down fourteen percent compared to the previous week and of course this is according to 'em rc. Data the album debuted at number one on the chart dated june fifth Kind of cool about this is that this is the fifth week Force our and the fifth week in a row so all five of its weeks have had earned in excess of at least one hundred thousand units in the process of at least chirp. You get the idea. it's like you said it. S an excess needs our tonight And the the last album. The only other album to do that. So far in twenty twenty one was morgan. Wallin's dangerous the double album which also had earned more than one hundred thousand and each of its first five weeks. But hey big caveat here is that morgan wallin had more than thirty songs Helping it's you know big you know streaming unit numbers and tracking numbers every week whereas lydia just has eleven tracks on her album so While we don't normally compare things that way. I thought it was worth noting. That livia did it with far fewer tracks.
Craftivism With Lydia Diaz of Clever Girl Craftings
"You so much lydia. Welcome thank you for having me. Sorry it took so long. Hey it's at the time it needed to take a man. And i am very glad to be here so i wanted to talk a bit about. How did you get started. What made you take the leap from being a crafter. Who was just doing things in her own home for her own. Edification to turn to making things like stickers and stamps and things like that like what was the thing that got you going. Okay so when i really started crafting to put it out into the world if you will i was not a crafter prior to that. It was like cracking from me. Started as a means of self care as means of processing trauma it was workplace trauma. Of course there's you know childhood trauma and everything else. We beat by women. Also you know the world trauma but for me. It was coming out of a work experience. That was very mentally dangerous and leaving a company that i felt really drained. My energy drained myself worse. Really put me down into a pit okay. And so then i started. Doing watercolor paints stamps. As so just you know. Painting the backgrounds really simply. I'm not a great painter by any stretch of the imagination. But then i love seeing how people would stamp on top of the dry background in the us in boston. Powders and the heat gun to raise the lettering or raise the stamps. And all of that. so cool. I've never seen that before. Thanks instagram you know. I saw that on his. Oh that's so cool. I'm going to try that. So i've got a little heat. Guide got the stamps de bussey better in house. Like just as so cool you know how you can make your statement the sentiment stand up off of the paper off of the background and it's glossy and it's sealed it's not coming out. It's not washing off. The background is gonna state. When you're dealing with paint the background is gonna fade wording. The sentiment is going to stay
"lydia" Discussed on Follow Your Curiosity
"Welcome to follow your curiosity where we explore the inner workings of the creative process. I'm your host. Dancing oravec author. Lydia king balances to careers in addition to writing adult and young adult fiction as well as nonfiction. She's also a. Dr lidia never thought of herself as a writer though she was attract by writing until she began to use it to deal with some of her experiences on the job which eventually led her to try fiction. Her novels include the impossible girl and opium in absence. And one of the things we talk about today is how her nonfiction work has influenced her fiction. We also talk about writing about pandemics her move from the east coast to nebraska and how her writing and her medical practice balance each other out. Here's my conversation with lydia king. Welcome to the podcast lydia. Thank you for having me. It's good to be here i am. I am fascinated. Usually my first question for people is you know. How did you get started with your creative thing. But in your case. I feel like it's a two pronged question because you are both an author and a doctor and i'm wondering you know which one came first touted..
"lydia" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Yes we got the purple cloth and so you know we know that. Lydia in the church at phillipine continued to be financial supporters of paul. we know that from philippians. Four ten or twenty. And i even wondered. And this is complete speculative. But i've even wondered if lydia used some of her sway to get paul and silas out of prison because it's just so random like yeah. I mean. i get like magistrates. They didn't you know the they didn't want roman citizens to be mistreated in their town. Like that was a bad look. But i've also wondered like if she had something to do with that because it does feel so random. Oh and you wanna talk about something. That's not going to be like breadcrumbs through the scripture of like this massive network of female our leaders anyway and that's again total speculation. Well what you just described is basically college football now. Like the booster network who get hired and fired people jobs and everything that's where it is but instead of called schwartz it's like you know your faith and stuff like the pta of first century like it a lot Okay so Was the story a metaphor. You guys come and talked about this briefly but this is something that i think. I'm this isn't necessarily a gentle rebuke. What i think you rebuke it now. It's okay because i feel like it was more me than jamie. Never be fair. Yes but i think because he'll is historical documentation. It does still strange that he would suddenly be like. Yes and there was a magical earthquake. But that's a matter for you. So while i don't personally think that it is a metaphor just based on that i am interested in why you think that Well i think it was more. Just the specifics. The magical earthquake dow brook chains. You know yeah and like nobody like a stone didn't fall in someone's head sure civic that. That's where it's less than i think. It's actively a metaphor loops trying to throw that in. It's more of that. We need to be and Here's what they said happens. Yeah i don't know if it actually happened like that's kind of kind of glossing over. Maybe adding supernatural significant. Just use some kate until story. We had a little raspberry go to heaven. And we're in the heavenly coffee shop. And knox is just meeting. All these people are like and ezra walks in like what who for you to meet them. They're like wouldn't be too yeah areas. Yeah holy okay so you guys were asking about the hymns that they might have been singing yemen so this is really interesting. It is to me So these are not hymns like we know them with like you know four verses in stanza whatever We get our modern understanding of hymns from a guy named ambrose and he lived in the three hundred. That pre embrose hymns were essentially psalms like chanted in rhythmic. they didn't rhyme. They were just like the docs allergy essentially glory native about. You know whatever commentators think that the beginning of first corinthians is him and paul often would use you kind of see this. you'll see the sometimes as like..
"lydia" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"It's actually the spirit of python which is connected to alexander and temple and that pie off. Ns was a priest and her power was telling the future. I think if you want if you're if you've got like a harry potter themed glasses on right now. You can see this as she's a bit of a parcel tongue. You know speak cessnock or whatever but like i i think is interesting because she is really like an unfair business advantage. She is like if someone's if they were pitching on the ultimate shark tank. They got this girl she tells future and we can charge people. that's a money making. That's a really great money making opportunity for them. So that's what she is so for seventeen. She followed paul us crying out. These men are servants of the most high god who proclaimed to you the way of salvation nailed it. She's really good. At what what. It is verse. Eighteen and this. She kept doing for many days. Paul having become greatly annoyed turn instead to the spirit. I command you in the name of jesus christ to come out of her and it came out that very our paul. Why the days why. You gotta wait several days for that. What do that thirty minutes about this. And these are airing. These are just existential questions. That i want to ask in the heavenly coffee shop. It's first of all she got it right. It wasn't like she was like. Hey these guys are pets and they're gonna ruin our lives. They're bringing bad news. It was like hey. I'm just telling you who these guys are. And i keep thinking i live like. He does not heal her. That's really what he's doing is healing. He does not do it from a place of compassion. No it's i'm annoyed like i'm and why is he. So why. why do you think paul is. I think she's blowing up his cover. Or maybe like a diffusing the surprise you know maybe and i look at. We're in wild speculation out now. Obviously but i you know in the last episode..
"lydia" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"The angel gave you specifics. But you couldn't do that for us. Okay bro verse. Thirteen and on saturday. We went outside the gate the riverside where we suppose there was a place of prayer and we sat down and spoke to the women who had come together. Okay what a secret info in this one i know. And here's the thing. So my you know i talk all the time and i will the hill. I will die on forever. Is the cultural background. Study bible and in this verse. They said that in because of where they were there would have been no synagogue right soon. No synagogue but they still need a place to worship with jews and jewish sympathizer and one of the lake holy disciplines was you had to purify your hands with water and so they would have gone to the water on the sabbath to purify their hand. Because there's no synagogue to go to your that. What i liked was they went on to say that many gentile sympathizers were women for two reasons one. They had less to lose because of their lower class. So there wasn't like you're talking to no you can't because it's like well. I'm property already model. So and the reason is you didn't have to get circumcised. Boom big draw. Honestly that women were like. Oh i'm into this. Yeah nothing booby. So i also saw someone told me because you were talking about. There's no synagogue that's The allegation is because there weren't enough. Jewish men to to need us is such a tiny population. Here is i saw. I if there's at least ten jewish men that's enough to build a synagogue but there weren't ten jewish men and even though they're women like you're alluding to They just they don't count. they don't so they don't build anything for the who don't count says crazy Verse fourteen one. Who was a woman named lydia from the city of thia tyra. Sheriff close a seller of purple goods. Whose worship god. The lord opened her heart to pay attention to us..
"lydia" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Where does this in the hebrew their maker and even today. Like if you're like a name ability. And i have a friend that has a baby named lydia and it's like mowing from lydia. Great thing you can put about. But what was interesting. Was that that writers think that it's actually that that her name is a place of origin that this might not actually be her personal name. Oh they were just referencing. Her as the lydian but i can speak to that But i was curious. But i like her being lazy. I like the name sure. Yeah of course. So when. I was thinking about her. I i had some. My thoughts was like a want. Someone who maybe isn't as popular at like. We're not leading actress necessarily tend to and we'll talk more about her when we get there in the story. But you know we're not sure exactly. She super affluent as she powerful Politically or socially or is she just kind of a person who's just making her way and i wanted to cast someone who i thought i've seen her slide enrolls like that. She's been both versions of this person and someone who can you you think. Yeah that's a distinct person who stands out for not just reacting but just like the presence she brings. So i'm going to go frida pinto. What do you think about Freedom fund millionaires right. Yeah so good. Someone who is Used to Moving and Being able to Seamlessly slide between varying social situations that dad that Speaks to this lady character. We'll talk about. I love that well. Our last character is going to be the jailer and he is a nameless character which is a lot. It happens a lot yet again we only know his profession which is a jailer And so based on that we would have known that if he's a chief jailer he would have been well-paid particularly for being harsh because that was his objective to be harsh with prisoners but he also have been considered trustworthy and responsible..
G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate Mastermind, Has Died at Age 90
"And a radio talk show host after emerging from prison, died today at the age of 90. His son, Thomas Lady confirmed the death but did not reveal the cause of the event. To say it was not related to covet 19. Lady, a former FBI agent and army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate burglary, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Spent four years and four months in prison, including more than 100 days in solitary confinement. Years later, he said, he'd do it again for his president. After his release Lady became a popular, often provocative radio talk show, as you also worked as a security consultant, writer and actor, but he was outspoken and controversial, both as the political operative under Nixon and as a radio personality. Letty recommended assassinating political enemies, Bombing, a left leaning think tank and kidnapping war protesters. His White House colleagues ignored such suggestions. But one of his ventures, the break in at Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building in June of 1972 was approved. The burglary went awry, which led to an investigation a cover up and Nixon's resignation in 1974. Lydia, former FBI agent, An Army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the escapade. It was also convicted of conspiracy in the September 1971 burglary of defense analyst Daniel Ellsberg Psychiatrists who leaked the secret history of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon papers. Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy dead
Making The Leap Into Starting A Hair Salon Business Together With Jack Mead And Lydia Wolfe
"Delighted to welcome onto the hell to cut. Podcast jap made and lydia wealth. Welcome along the pair of you. thank you say. It's an absolute honor to bring you on. We've been building up to this little. Hey do to have just gone from strength to strength. we're gonna be talking about your cell and you're going to take us back. I want to learn about your journey. But let's just clear up with the audience. You two are a couple we are. We are partners and business crime matrimony. Where did you pass crossing. How come on take us back to that early moment. You're help people's completely crazy rich thousands of people but that's totally true story. We literally have to water our story down because people wouldn't trust stuff. Yeah we trust us house looking back because we've come on the show. We've been so of reminiscing over the last week and Honestly we are still in our shaun king. We do that. Hey how long have you been to give it so we have been together for two years two years and did you. Was it hairdresser because may my wife both hairdressers and everybody always asks us. Did you meet through hairdressing. And actually we didn't but i'm gonna ask that question. Did you as she meet through headdress. In yes yeah basically story off like it's a big. It's a big story so you go to like yeah so i. We had each other as friends on facebook. We met on facebook basically. Yeah yes So of and yeah. I've we had each other. It's friends on facebook for ages and never never even knew each other identity. You have faced with friends like that but same many hairdressers. I've never. I've never interacted with but we facebook friends. And then i was doing some international with goldwell and my solemn oath where he and at the time taniwha hairdressing and and i really needed a male model wanted somebody with a certain length of hair. So i thought i do. Facebook shouts out just to see if anyone could help out. And that is when jack got back to me. And he said you know i'm hairdresser. I do more lang well. And that is the first time we'd have taken seriously so you saw the shoutout then jackson. That's interesting so you know you do modeling modeling bodily jack i. I'm sorry into an agency. But the ceylon is on main priority. And i'm kind of completely fixed on that so i don't really get to do as much especially obviously we've covered so so i'm still still doing a bit slow down a law. Say that spot. Then jack hurley right from you know with meeting lydia model. Well so what happened was an icon lydia to say that i had long hair and She needed a male model. I was a hairdresser. So i was willing to do it. You know quite cheap. Because silence. National and i know what it's like. Been hairdresser try to find models and she message back saying that you'd be you'd be great and i was actually inside purse at this time. My family live inside purse to site. I because my unfortunately my grandmother wasn't very well said liddiard could do and then basically i had to cancel on her. Because unfortunately my grandma passed away when i was in cypress so i had to. Yeah i to lay down but she was so cheered obviously about so nice about it. We just started talking a little bit. Because she had selena's well he signed funny. Because i didn't think we did know was an. Es four really fancy but that didn't come into your interview that much. I bet no one believes because obviously he's quite a handsome man. Guja says well lydia so tight that bid away so blue agency. I think i think automatically just being in the same room as jack makes me attractive than just offer
I'm a feminist but... I might be a gay man trapped in a woman's body
"I'm a feminist. Bont in reality. I do think i am a gay man trapped inside a system i am i am. I am ninety percent game on on. I think it's probably somewhat genetic somewhat circumstantial. Because i had some years and occult and got shunned and things like that. So i was philip akin with the shunning that a lot of queer people have certainly had in that era. But i think for various reasons. I've ended up pretty much a gay man in assists woman's body and i'm hit my best friends are gay men often so i love you. Feminism and obviously. I wouldn't wish upon myself the oppression and marginalization and the horror of the eighties aids gay men of course however the joyful parts of being a gay man man man. I'd love to be a really handsome. gay sometimes. just go just give me a year and handsome. Gay man's body
Why New York’s Snowstorms Are Growing—Along With Warming Winter Temperatures
"WN Y sees, Lydia McMullen layered explains. Both things are a consequence of climate change. Winters just aren't as cold as they used to be. In fact, winter temperatures in the city have increased more than 3 F since 1970, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Yet severe winter weather is still a regular occurrence. According to Dominic Ramani, meteorologist at the National Weather Service. Six of New York's 10 largest snowfalls have occurred in the last 20 years. That's because a warming climate means more moisture in the air, which causes more precipitation, events of all kinds, including snowstorms. 32 degrees right now in New York City, seeing some freezing rain this morning, then it's gonna
Chicago's Riverside apartment residents dealing without heat for days
"Street Street Street apartment. apartment. apartment. Residents Residents Residents throughout throughout throughout Chicago Chicago Chicago are are are feeling feeling feeling the the the sting sting sting of of of winter's winter's winter's deep deep deep chill chill chill as as as apartment apartment apartment owners owners struggle struggle to to keep keep the the heat heat on on in in West West suburban suburban Riverside. Riverside. There's There's one one complex complex without without heat heat resident resident Lydia Lydia Fable Fable was was told told by by management management they're they're working working on on fixing fixing the the problem problem with with the the boiler. boiler. You You know, know, Unfortunately, Unfortunately, things things happen happen and and mean mean things do happen, and I agree, However, it's been a whole week. City ordinance reports rental temperatures at least 68 degrees during the day and
Boston City Councilor Arroyo Files Petition To Bypass Mayoral Special Election
"City City Council Council after after counselor counselor Ricardo Ricardo Arroyo Arroyo filed filed a a home home rule rule petition petition to to bypass bypass a special election. Once Mayor Walsh leaves office to join President Biden's administration counselor. Lydia Edwards wants to make sure there's no conflict of interest if counselors running for mayor vote on the petitions. WBZ Suzanne Saws. Ville has more. How we do this is this is important is what we're going to do, Edwards says. She said to confidential memo asking City Council attorneys about any potential conflicts of interest. I want people to believe that the process to get to that conclusion if that's where we're going is without flaws. So that by it, it's without putting the bottom on the scale for any candidate. She doesn't necessarily think there's a conflict. She just wants for transparency sake to make sure there isn't complicated. Arroyo says. The State ethics Commission got back to him in less than an hour, saying there's no conflict. Try and say we know that there's no conflict of interest law if you just read the law correctly, But what if there is to do that to elected officials is incredibly dangerous. And about that confidential memo. I asked a royal if he was the one who leaked it. Absolutely not. Suzanne Saz Ville
Storytellers: Harriet Jacobs
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature
Trump’s social media bans are raising new questions on tech regulation
"We've all heard the news This week, Some of Silicon Valley's social media giants have given President Trump the boot the moves by the likes of Twitter and Facebook and sparked a global conversation about who has the right to regulate speech and what role the big tech platforms should play in policing the Web. Rose. Lydia Manta leader covers technology for the show and joins me to talk through all this little you've been following some of the reactions to the trump banned by several social media platforms. What are you saying? Yes. Oh, Marco's you might imagine there's been a wide range of reactions to this. Some people are applauding the social media platforms for banning Trump, even though they say this should have happened long ago and then others have some reservations. So, for example, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called the span problematic that it should be up to legislators of a country to decide how speech is regulated. This is a critique that we heard from officials in the UK as well as France, this idea that In a democracy. There should be clear laws and regulations around acceptable speech online and that these decisions should not be left up to tech CEOs. I mean, even here in the U. S air our conceptual limits to free speech, the classic formula of not shouting fire in a crowded theater, for example, But it is really complicated. How do other democracies regulate? What ends up on social media in the U. S. Because of US laws, social media platforms air basically immune from being held legally responsible for what users post online. But that's not the case in other parts of the world, like in Europe and Germany, in particular, leads the way on legislation that cracks down on certain types of online speech. So in 2017, they passed this law that basically says That social media companies have 24 hours to remove hate speech or face huge fines. And now lawmakers in Germany are looking at what happened in the U. S on Capitol Hill last week and saying This is a reason why we need to strengthen this law. How would they strengthen it? Basically, they want social media companies to be required to when they see cases of hate speech and other criminal activity on their platforms to take that straight to the federal police in Germany so they can investigate. This is something German lawmakers were debating, adding to the law last year. It didn't pass because of privacy concerns. But it's interesting that now because of what Happened in the U. S. Some lawmakers in Germany are saying look clearly more needs to be done to deal with online speech before it escalates to real world physical violence. So going back of that German law you mentioned the one that was passed in 2017. What is deemed illegal denying the Holocaust hate speech against minorities. And these are things that Germany outlawed after World War two. And since 2017. They've applied these rules online to France. Also tried to pass a similar law last year, cracking down on some of the same things, but that was overturned by the courts there, interestingly enough because of free speech concerns, So that's one criticism of this kind of legislation. And then another criticism is that it deals with very narrowly defined hate speech, and not with things like disinformation, conspiracy theories, all the kind of problematic stuff that experts say helped lead to the capital Riot. Last week, right? That kind of disinformation conspiracy there. So what our country's doing to tackle that that seems to be really fundamental. Just last month, the European Commission came out with what's been described as a landmark set of proposals to require social media companies not just to do more to address hate speech and disinformation, but also to be much more transparent about what they're actually doing to deal with some of that in their platforms. Now they're years away from actually becoming law and being enforced. And until then, Ah, lot of this policing is going to be left up to the private companies themselves to do even in Europe, which again is considered to be well ahead of the U. S. Clearly something the U. S is going to have to take a lot more seriously. The world's Lydia Manta leader. Thank you very much. You're welcome, Marco.
"lydia" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"It really really matters well This has been just breathtaking and thought provoking. So i've one last question marine out of our interviews. What do you think it is that makes somebody or something unmistakable. Well it sticks with you it it it lives. it's that kind of think something that's unmistakable. I guess my first answer. I'll have to go with my first answer. Is something's unmistakable. If you can't get it out of your head later and you you keep coming back to it and it stands out. It has a soul personality. It's it's noticeable. I guess that's what i'm gonna say. Well this has been breathtaking eye. Opening thought-provoking with one of my billion yearbook is easily in my top five. Oh thank you. i'm so honored. thank you so much. can people find out more about you. Your work in the book Well i have a website. Lydia and worth dot com and that is kind of the funnel to all things there's a newsletter that people can sign up for if they want. Keep up to date on my work as a science journalist. And i'm on twitter at lydia worth and i'm on facebook at science writer. Lydia awesome and for everybody listening. We will wrap the show with that. Hey did you know that. Every sunday our community manager melina sends out ten key takeaways from episodes. Just like this one. All you have to leave it is sign up for our newsletter. Just visit unmistakable. Creative dot com slash newsletter. And you'll get them delivered right to your inbox again that's unmistakable creative dot com slash newsletter cast powers. Some of the world's best podcasts. Here's a show. We recommend msci harmon. And i'm the host of israel's story this american life of israel episodes you'll encounter in israel you won't see on the news in israel that's more than just politics and conflict in israel. That's personal in is our home is season five. You'll hear all about israeli baseball. Olympic hopefuls palestinian horse breeders in even people laughing space. If this sounds like your kind of podcast subscribe tour feed find. Israel's story wherever you get your podcasts halford events..
New York Weather: CBS2’s 12/3 Thursday Afternoon Forecast
"And now your forecast from the Ramseys. Subaru weather sensor Right now. Here in New York City. It's 46 degrees. Partly cloudy with a high chance. This afternoon of rain and into this evening's to make sure you take that umbrella with you when you head out the door and that's your forecast from the Ramseys. Subaru weather sensor from the 77 w ABC News desk I'm Lydia
AMC+ to air first-ever Walking Dead holiday special
"Oh, the holiday special. Um, I actually when I saw this headline and went Oh, God, no. The walking dead. We'll take a break from bad vibes to Eric's first ever holiday special. What? Yeah. Does that mean on December 13th? I will tell you what it means. Just in 10 days, okay? There is going to be a holiday special is going to be hosted by Chris Hardwick, and he's going to moderate a mass chat with cast members past and present. Here's the part that's gonna get real cringe. E for everybody. You know, there's also gonna be some caroling s O s O. The actress who played Maggie's Little sister, Emily Kenny, she played Beth Green. She's going to perform the Yuletide classic up on the Housetop. Oh, while let's see. I looked up all the actors. They just list the actor's name, so I looked up their characters while Ezekiel Jerry You, Mako and Lydia is going. They're going to do a parody of 12 days of Christmas, a song presumably with lyrics about flesh eating and society crumbling. Okay, so yeah. On the house top. And then you have the 12 days of Christmas about zombies by those fine folks. On then it's just It's all just so incredibly awkward. Then they're going to do actually the only cool thing If you're really into the show is that there's going to be a table reading from the forthcoming episode, which won't air until late March of next year, so they're going to do a table reading of this. Um okay. So you're gonna basically know what the episode is, If you watch this the next episode and other people, including this are Carol Eugene. Connie Judith. And he did favorite Yes. Oh, it's past and present some people that you thought you got rid of that already died like the girl. It's going to be singing. Um, Emily Kinney. Beth Green. I was glad when she died. I was like, Oh, see, That's what's great about this show. Is that you about Glenn? Oh, Glenn. I don't see Glenn on this list here. Oh, he'd bring us to the yard Exactly. But it's going to be, uh, airs December 13th on a emcees. Premium streaming bundle. We have to pay extra for this I get. I don't know the premium streaming bundle. Is that something I'm assuming it is? It's something that AMC has, like their own streaming service. Like CBS all access. Have to do some research on that, but that's when it airs. It's really great for people who are super into a walking dead, but the whole singing thing just makes me really nervous. That's why I want to see it to see them. Like do wedding. Oh, gods require the walking dead. You know that if they're changing the words to Zombie ish stuff. Yeah, I mean, they've done this several times in the show word. They'll have an actor who can sing and it's just so cringe. E, like, you know, like that one guy who was at the hilltop and he would like, sit by the campfire. Yeah, that dude, she couldn't be there. Yeah. You know what? He probably is begging to be there. He'll be there. Yeah, And so they'll take these people that are actors and singers. And somehow work in music to the show, which is always like no, not this. Bring back the flesh eating zombies. You know, we don't want to see singing by the campfire less obvious. They're gonna attack and interrupted. That's the only purpose. You know what I mean. 12 ripping heads on got suspending 10 rotting body. Nine. Next breaking glory gravestone. Seven shambling nightmares. Six bedded fingers, five appetites for future toes. Three teeth left two bloodshot eyes and a fresh, juicy brain in the hands their ago Now I like that real quick find that good things are out of your head. That was pretty good. Right? That real quick, Jason. Silent for a minute or two. You found it. Okay. Well, that's still excellent. All right, so I'll have to research What am sees premium streaming bundle is and see if we can Maybe just buy it for a night and then cancel. Yes, because I will. I'm curious just to see how this whole thing will go down. Let me just say there are certain shows that shouldn't do a Christmas special. Yeah, that is the first ever walking that there's a reason the walking dead one of those
Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties
"The state the Orange County Register reports that the DEA's office has received reports in recent days of unauthorized his boxes showing up at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. Lydia says that operating an unofficial Dropbox is a felony. A federal judge says the L. A county sheriff's department can continue to use harsh tactics against demonstrators, including rubber bullets and pepper spray,
"lydia" Discussed on The Euroquizion Games
"Well done. So you've got six points in that round wage. So we're now bouncing back to Rob he really needs to get this right. So how many do I need? So you need I mean, you've really confused things by having half a point. I'll just put that out there but you need one-and-a-half. Okay? Okay. Okay. First quote is this she's come for the last three years in the semi-finals representing San Marino Valentina monessa my god with which song you know, we need it and she's had so many songs off. It begins with a say. Oh no. No, no. No, it's like it sounds like Chris Allied or something like that. Can I get this give me another quote and and I'll try and think of the name of the song this year miraculously and I mean that she's made it into the Grand Final. Oh, what was the name of the song? Go on Lydia? I'm not going to get the points. I'm going to forego this round. Maybe it was maybe well done. Well done. So that means Lydia remains. Round with six points. I'm Rob had four and a half. That was a very good round there. What do you think to the commentator said you did redeem yourself? I honestly I think we both did better than both of us expect it. Not right? I am proud of both here. Yeah, the very impressive. Yes. Yes. So shall we go into the next round pets? The next round is what's the next line? Luke will read out one line of lyrics from a Eurovision song. You simply need to say off or sing. I mean would prefer you to sing. I'm not going to lie all of them more points on offer. If we sing. I think I'll give you an extra point for each one if you sing it. Okay, is that is that fair lady has a happy with that? All right. Yeah, you simply need to say all saying the next line. You're both going to get five different songs and you get a point off correctly singing the next line. I'm going to stick with one person and go through all five. Okay. So Lydia, I'll give you the choice. Do you want to go first or second? I'll go second. Okay, so that means Rob is going first. You ready for your first one? Yes, I am. Okay Luke, and we don't have a thing to lose no matter what they say or do. I don't want nothing more. I'd love to sing it, but honestly, I'm trying to think what the next line is. I wish I would have gone first. You know, what You Know video I'm going to pass so so go on it but no point no point yet to unpack. Yeah. It is Christian cost off with Beautiful Mess course, I'm representing book 2017. I am a beautiful mess than this right next song. This is a Zeal from above and it can say it all. This is a fever they can't take away. This would be that they can't take away. This is the sound of the sound of God surely. I'm going to sing it surely. It's The Sound of Silence. No. I don't know that but that's what was it. The next lyric was the sound of our hearts compact disc. Oh, yes D12 off Somali pops. If anyone has them still Rob is your next one. I can't go on I can't go on. Yeah. Cuz you look so freaking beautiful. Yeah, I mean it's when you look this freaking beautiful, but we'll give you that that was rubbing Bankston. I can't go on he represented Sweden in 2017 month. So here's your penultimate song RAB. Okay, come on, everybody. Let's sing along and feel the power of a song. I know the song so it's Estonia two thousand and one the winner that year have the line one more time. Please come on everybody. Let's sing along and feel the power of a song wage is going to be a guest come on everybody and clap your hands know it wasn't the next lyrics wire. Come on everybody. Let's feel the spark. The boys stays within our heart. So close but yet so far. So you've only got one point so far where there's no need to rub it in or two. Did you sing it? I stood some aspects of reality. Do you think I did sing the one I got, correct? Which one is he? Got you? Haha. It was robbing banks, then. I'll tell you what that you suck. It's I'll give you two you've got two points. Thanks very much. Okay, also, just so we'd know Rob did get the year, right that was Estonia in two thousand and one and the Act was Tamil padam and Dave Benton with everybody. Yeah suspension the first black winner of Eurovision if you want any more FAQ nice nice nice. So this is your final chance that points before the end game Rob. Okay, it's quite a lot going on going for you on this. Come on. So, let's see whether you can get it. Right and I will dance for you all night. Tell me have you ever been to magic land tell me have you ever seen the Magic Dance? I mean, it's only when you hear your version lyrics spoken that you realize quite how ridiculous summer I have. Absolutely. No, I'm going to guess this is definitely someone crazy like sir hat I don't know the line. Well, so next line. I don't know the line because you'll find me and my Magic Hat video. Do you think you know, I'm I'm in on your original could be the actual lyrics but you know the option. Yeah, right. So the following lyric off to tell me have you seen the magic dance was Nana Nana? No, no, no chances thought I thought was going to be say nanana. No, no. No it was Rosanna. Have you enter that? You've got two points Rob? Okay. So Lydia, you could still really win this your letter you've got two thousand and ten points on offer here if you signal the answers, so you got a good job good chance. We really rooting for you as always. Are you ready for your first one? Yes retribution you were warned once I'm transformed once I'm reborn, you know, I will you know, I Will Rise Like a Phoenix was that was that singing I forgot to see do you want to sing it was too late now? All right. We'll go with 1.1 points done. That's correct. That was of course the incredible computer verse with Rise Like a Phoenix Wright Lydia. You ready for your next one? We're going to live like it's our last night alive, and we're dancing till the morning light. Can I have to stop it? Do you want me to say it again to you Lydia? I'm pretty sure I don't know. I don't know. Okay, was that flu? That was Ryan Dolan only love survives. He represented Ireland in 2013. I'm repeating the phone forever. So and the lyric that follows that was an even if the sun don't rise in the end only love survives. What's a what's a lovely message message? Next one. This one is going to be interesting. I'll tell you that much Lydia. Are you ready? Barely right confidence life? Yeah, right. Here we go. He's a bucket bucket bucket bucket in boy buck..
"lydia" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Get the impression your as you do more stuff. You feel really good about yourself, and you're able to. Do is at a practice, isn't it? The more you are performing and doing something that you really want to do and you're getting the platform. You think we're. Hey, they like me. I'm going to do more of this definitely think. Performing songwriting anything sued. Music is so infectious and. I. I love guessing that reaction from the crowd because of close every time you perform a song to try to do is if it's the first time you've done. It is nice to see that surprise. Look on people's faces when they hear or see what put together a try not to go, the next will be says I tried to make a narrative that people can follow along with him. Enjoy get entertained about. I think that's absolutely key and you've done that really well now. Just we were all in this lockdown. We're all in it together, aren't we? which is. No for people that have been affected by the covid nineteen, absolutely awful for people are staying away and not trying to infected or haven't been infected. Rather it is, it's it's hard and tough now, especially for the entertainment industry, which which? Obviously affects you. How has it affected you? Lydia and and your peers Aussie have friends in the business as well. How how have you coped with it? Yeah, it's been. It's been a blessing in a cast in some ways I mean. All of my shows being canceled or postponed. Stuff law festivals had a festival. sewri music tools lined up. That's completely being. Spent next you. Made a lot of us as musicians have to adapt and do a lot more online, try to build kind of our community in bit more the. Yeah that's the community. Is something else? Isn't it and and. I suppose seventy years ago and we had the Second World War them. We didn't even have the Internet we have the chat..
"lydia" Discussed on Webcam Startup: Camming / Adult Industry Podcast
"Porn sites on the Internet and other modern. I mean that's a good resume. Peace right there oughta models are these days so we've got some questions prepared for Lydia and me. Knowing her like pretty much sense she started. I put some more personal ones the there and then we're also going to open it up and let you guys ask questions after I finish my whole wobble Blah you know I had put together a bunch of boring questions guys. You Know Me. Everybody loves me. Okay so how long have you been in Delta mystery and what inspired you to get started in the industry okay? So far second I turned eighteen. I was doing some form of work. I've done every I feel like I've done every part of the adult industry. I I've I've been a sugar. Maybe I've cam everything so as soon as I knew it was what I wanted to do but I kind of just dabbled in it and then in the end of two thousand seventeen was when I just took the dive in. Quit my wages job and started. The industry fully didn't have any plan. I follow models online and so I saw their life in from the outside looking in and I was like wow. They're so pretty. They just get paid to be pretty every day and that I want that life and so me being like honestly sixteen seventeen years old and following them. I was like I want that. And so that's what led me. I just I follow people and was inspired by them before he even really knew what it was. I was pretty naive. I feel that I did the same thing. I love navigate. I click like the top five rooms. This the goals. This is every camp girl's life. Oh baby don't even know. The worker was such an experience. I right now have been in the industry as the most important piece of information that you share with someone who's just getting started out that you wish that you knew before you got start. I feel like we just touched this to. It's basically like. Don't underestimate the amount of work that it takes. Don't be naive. Don't compare yourself to other people because when I first started and I saw those established models that have have been putting on your for years and then I log on and I make two dollars in my head like failure. This isn't meant for me. I should just quit now. Not Thinking about how hard it is so I don't be naive embrace. How much hard work you're about to put in in And be willing to do it. So many people are like everybody for easy money at. It's not I promise you. It's not be Monday for some people. It's easy money but even if it's easy money to them they're still giving you know so even if they do all of a sudden happens crazy popularity while they're still giving you certain lifestyle choices or they're giving up family members and things like that so it's not easy for really anyone. Yeah there's always a product being traded of some sort so even if you get instant success when you log on which is like Super Rare. Subset of happens you sacrificed. A lot of privacy has situation. Have you ever had any like privacy issues? Because I know like popular pretty early on as far as like start. I feel like no because I always like a girl on the Internet.