21 Burst results for "Macaire"
Can the Democrats Raise the Debt Limit Without Republican Help?
"Good morning The newspapers are full of contrived. Drama will the government shutdown. Will the stimulus bill passed will the three and a half trillion dollar social infrastructure. Bill passed what will happen to the squad. What about kristen cinema. What about joe manchin. Here's what my prediction is. Everything passes and they spend all the money after pretend drama. What do you think. Well if i had to guess from the outside and you don't really know I mean the best. Intel's the people managing the with news. Obviously and it's possible they don't know but my guess is immigrants are are not gonna leave that that One point two trillion infrastructure money on the table that they'll pass that at some point. You have always been skeptical that they could get another big reconciliation bill through the senate I don't i don't. I don't think it's just mansion. I think there's a half of those democrats who would prefer not to vote on something particular tax increases but we will see They're going to have. Typically i think getting the debt limit increase eventually seneca Because schumer did not put the instructions for one in the last budget resolution and So far saying i'm not gonna finance you know your deficit spending. They gotta go back to you on the budget committee. Jim where you're on your budget committee. I always avoided that. Well i think they've got to go back and amend the budget resolution reconciliation instructions. It takes two weeks. They better get started exactly. And that's the point and mcconnell's been saying this for months. He's the best republican wiedersen dole. In my opinion. I mean yeah. He's just and he's been saying for months. Look we're not gonna finance this enormous deficit spending. You're going to have to do it. And yet schumer did not put the instructions in the last budget resolution. So you're right. It takes a couple of weeks and I know that schumer is really faced up to that. Yes i think. I fought for months us. At the infrastructure bill would eventually passed. The house would take what the senate gives just as they did in two thousand nine. This is going to the house and not just because the progressives don't like it's not big enough it's going to sit there in the house and have the senate serve you a bill and say no. We're not going to conference. This is our bill. You taken a leave but they all passed macaire on that basis. I think they'll pass the bill. That's my guess
Apple Releases Revised Version of iOS 14.2 for iPhone 12
"Let's begin with apple. News apple release fourteen point two but he was a interesting released of this on the past but he was specifically for the iphone. Twelve meany and fixing text messages on a couple of other box so they have done these days and i think part of the reason they have done. This is to avoid leaking This is not the first time they needed it. But pay if you got a an iphone twelve meaning make sure that you update to the the last of the reid version of this Our next one is About talking about features of Big mac os or and you know now that they've been using it more Even dad is still is not my main machine. I'm continue impress of how well certain things work. In comparison to catalina again. I'm mike book is not mike main driver. My main drivers pat but there is still things that i do in in the macbook. An ibm impressed. How my old. I have an old mike. Macaire two thousand thirteen because there is no reason to upgraded but dad now having the same messages between the ipad and macbook. Dad has been nice because it was something that you know a lot of times you get down and get a message from just go. Pick another device because he was so annoying how that works so there are things like that that has worked incredibly well Interestingly enough i was really looking forward for the ipods switching between the devices and dot has turned to be a nightmare it may be. Because i have too many of them. I don't know but a lot of times. I am on a coal on the and then i moved my head or change device on suddenly i lose the call that has been annoying their ways to fix it you can tell them basically disable they switching but it was something that i really was looking forward. The romantic idea of yes and grabbed the other device and change out the medically am. I really didn't thought about yet. But what what when you're using multiple devices in the same call That do not work as well as i planning my mind our next Item is creek for the regency talking about running native window on the aim. One and on the new max chipset then us. On the reports we have seen has meaning credible On this chipset and it makes sense. I mean they integrate everything they made it in a really nice way and even the reports we have seen on his speech on on the mac sunday comparisons between the old macbooks macbook pro with the new ones are really incredible on so many ways so there is a lot of people wondering can i put windows in this thing and so far you cannot. I was reading over the weekend. Somebody ready port i version of it nut deficiency microsoft version but as for the for the rugged said it's up to microsoft and base it on what we have seen on the news lately about other companies looking to get into this arm. I may see us a possibility that they really jump into this one. I'm i'm skeptical. I think that you know eventually you know someone will make microsoft windows at least version. Ten work on the m one chips The reality though is that apple is I even heard linus torvalds the progenitor of the olympics colonel which we all know is running a people say lennox. But it's really the open source operates on top of that and the you know the whole notion of the m one chips is that apple is moving into this more island unto itself architecture creating a a privacy wall around their entire ecosystem and they're only letting in those who they want to let in and So i'm really curious whether or not this is really there Shot across the bow to all suffer developers. You'll all you know folks. Generally that they're going to be controlling this. And if you wanna play with them you've got to play by their rules and they do it now. 'cause they're making the chip they're making you know they're making everything So yeah. I'm i'm not particularly interested in running windows on a mac anyway but i think that you know seeing folks kind of bend the rules and making it work will be interesting to watch.
"macaire" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A sad time and it's really cool to see our everyday that you can count on the call she's going to do art today from a care Everett and her little brother Kim it all started with then the rain came we came back to England we should try this again twenty eight days later and counting the eighth grader is still drawing on her driveway each day is a new truck or when I came out and I saw the first ones I thought well that is really neat and how she incorporated him into the pictures and then it turned into one another and then another and they just keep getting better and better and more artistic and more creative this and sometimes were racing the weather and sometimes it's just special spend several hours creating a scene I really am not bond because I always know that I I'm sure I can create something under clear skies today a surfing scene was in the works sometimes come up with ideas and sometimes gets along with ideas that she thinks a lot of it comes from things we want to do this is we want to go after this is all over so surfing is something can always wanted to try it when we go on spring break because we can't do only drawn as Macaire creates curious neighbors watch some even supplying more chop we were running out of chalk one time we hadn't gotten a new order of it thank you so much because it's really cool everyone's just like helping out one it is definitely their work their ideas their creativity we're just trying to supply the enthusiasm behind it and let them do their thing and the truck in the driveway cleaning all over the course of one hour it just makes me happy that people are happy seeing all these people enjoying it and loving it really brings me joy can the punctuation mark on the caring camp planned to keep drawing for a hundred straight days you can see their work on Instagram we have a link on.
"macaire" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"So the song all over Christmas as you is I think it's just over twenty five years old now an Oldie l. d. and when she was told Macaire was told that the song was turning twenty five years old generalizing response. You just said I don't acknowledge time. That's why she doesn't wear a watch. She doesn't acknowledge time because she doesn't have birthdays. We don't truly know when Mariah Carey was born. That's that's that's a real thing. She was either born. I think it was in nineteen. A what are the two fifty nine hundred and sixty. Yeah exactly and we don't fully in nineteen sixty nine hundred seventy. She was either born nine hundred. Sixty nine nine seventy. We don't fully know because we got the birth certificate. Tell but she doesn't have birthdays. She has anniversaries adversaries. Because she doesn't acknowledge time. Well it's still acknowledging time. It's an anniversary isn't it. You just given different name point in this one three. Yeah no she's I think she's a fascinating character and the amazing thing. All I want for Christmas. She's expanded into so many territories. There's a movie that she made recently animated movie. All I want for Christmas. Is You the kids cartoon which I watched the other night. She's made you watched. Yeah I saw I saw it the other night. It was a good tastic. Yeah it doesn't watch shit. I put it on. He was like I'm out. He went to play with Thomas. The tank engine toys so I watched my own by. It's it's so depressing. Why is fantastic song a fantastic movie? She's a fantastic. Human doesn't acknowledge the time exists..
Bot? Or not? New California law requires disclosure
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the michigan economic development corporation jon rahm minnelli's founder and ceo at airspace experience technology says in michigan revolution is any air find out what planet m is doing to help businesses make that possible at planet m dot com that's p l i n e t n dot com or robot overlords have arrived in california wants them to identify themselves from american public media this is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy i'm ali would today a new law goes into effect in california that would require any online chat bot that's trying to sell you something or get you to vote a certain way to disclose that it's about no pretending to be a person trying to sell you and extended warranty and customer service chat and no pretending to be a real person posting on twitter about voting in an upcoming election the la is meant to target dishonest bots but it could affect the conversations we have with companies online to jessica lee is a partner with the law firm lobe and low end advises companies companies on this law i asked her what harm the la is trying to address i think there's a concern about you know having people have all the information when they're entering into a transaction you know the the ftc the federal trade commission enforces you know truth in advertising laws this seems to me to be a law kind of in that vein so that if you're interacting was an artificially powered by whether that's you know a chat bot or on a social platform otherwise you should at least know that that entity is being powered artificially in that you're not speaking to a real person so you're not deceived so can you describe sort of like what the future vision for how we interact with spots looks like i'm you know i'm i'm imagining that it's something like this ad campaign was paid for by this particular superpac like that do you know do you imagine that we will get this disclosure upfront and are kind of future blade runner looking world i think we will and i think you'll have some creativity around how that happened a you know there'll be creative language that's used i think that'll be kind of maybe the first round of potential enforcement of this law you know what is it mean to provide clear disclosure that you're interacting with the body is it just fine to have fought somewhere in the name you say artificially empowered like what kind of creative language kenny is that you know doesn't ruin the consumer experience particular we were talking about the kind of commercial marketing side of things in terms of long term i think we're gonna get to the place where this is just normal which frankly seems kind of logical right what i guess i don't understand i i can't understand it in the sort of the twitter bots space where you're using bots to try to amplify a message and it's really part of a propaganda effort i think a lot of people were caught a little flat footed when google demonstrated for example you know and interactive speech assistant that pretended to be human when it seemed like that's just not even necessary like the people macaire right yeah and that's an interesting question i mean i think phone for now you know trying to create this transition where you still want to have the feeling of interacting with the human even though you're not think will get over that hump and everyone will get comfortable at some point you know it seems very futuristic it seems very blade runner but i don't think it's in that far distant future where were engaging with spots at whether they're you know online or over the phone or they could end up in person just to play devil's advocate is bought necessarily any better at selling me something like doesn't really matter if i bought something over the phone no pun intended a from a real person or an artificial voice well that's a great question particularly if you think about these influencers space where you're seeing a lot of a quote fake setups even from real people but there's a there's extra about have you heard a little more kayla little my tail isn't artificially empowered social media influence her i think she without for maybe two years before it was revealed she's a robot and that's part of her kind of her steak but she appears with celebrities reporting out from coach challah you know you could see her really wearing really cool outfits you know kind of the typical influencer but all kind of artificially powered and you know they're able to have our look 'em you know racially diverse in a in a soft kind of way so she's kind of racially ambiguous she could appear appeal to a lot of people and she could be put in almost any situation and so you could see kind of influence too long those lines maybe having maybe a more powerful impact on selling a lifestyle or closed or whatever she's kind of pushing at the moment jessica lee is a partner with the law firm lobe and lobe now this california law is pretty narrow so far are given that it only applies to online bots an automated accounts but at least said there's definitely a future where it could apply to robotic assistance on the phone or even humanoid robots that you interact with in public spaces humanoid robots that are that good are pretty far away i hope now before we go a correction last week on the show i spoke with marketplace reporter kimberly adams about programmatic ad targeting in the twenty twenty election she said greenpeace
"macaire" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Eight twenty seven Gary Lewis. But you can t seventy two sons most stimulating talk going to be seventy nine and sunny eighty eight tomorrow, maybe ninety one on Saturday. We'll see who knows. They don't even know. And by the sports, they have no frigging idea they guess, and they keep their job. Let's go to John wants to chime in on this John, welcome. Thank you for waiting. It's the world, the media the Democratic Party, which is the same the rhinos, it's the end of the world because there's going to be, I don't know, sixty dollars a year out of your pocket costs to help protect jobs and technology. Yeah, there you go. Make sure America doesn't get beaten by China. Right. Remember, these guys weren't about my like, for example, the Macaire my, my premiums have doubled my deductibles like ten times. I remember the media run around how much it's gonna cost my pocket xactly. And again, Democrats didn't worry that ObamaCare was going to cost them at the at the polls. Right. They didn't they just went with it because they thought it was right. And yet you have Republicans saying, I know I love that Trump's fighting China, but I'm afraid it might hurt the economy. It's not gonna hurt the economy. How do you get to the sixty bucks a year? I'm just curious said for thirty to sixty billion dollars additional in revenue that are or how tariffs on our goods is gonna come up to about thirty dollars per person you on the on the. What we have to pay to get stuff into China. Okay. Harbor freight. I mean nineteen ninety nine of, you know, going also gonna cost what twenty one dollars. Maybe it's what a blown down to the media, and the Democratic Party loves to whine about what something's going to cost us money when it's not there, like, for example, you're gonna talk about California much money. The former's have to go through because they're trying to protect that won't survive by itself, and they don't talk about the cost of produce the cost of just getting the crops grow. No. It's, it's a joke. Anytime they want to sell something they don't even talk about costs and then do the opposite with our guys office. You know, I it's like when the media had no problem this guy lying about what he was going to get the economy, going member. This I have moved quickly to work with my economic.
"macaire" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"There could be a side benefit to the Sanders. Presidential campaign with young progressive voters since congresswoman Cossio Cortez is very popular on the left. It's really these banks that are trying to push the limit on how much they can extract of the backs of working people that constantly are gambling with our economy. And it's about time that we build them out. It's time that we get something back. Senate finance chairman Republican Chuck Grassley of Iowa warns there could be unintended consequences with this plan. I think such ackman is going to have some very low income people that depend on credit cards not being able to get credit on Capitol Hill. Mike Emanuel, FOX new Trump administration is arguing in court that the entire Affordable Care Act to be struck down as unconstitutional, but at the same time the. Justice department, lawyers of suggested that federal judges could salvage an important part of it. Specifically the antifraud provisions in a bowl Macaire. Chelsea Manning is a free woman for Dell. Former intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning's been freed after serving a sixty two day prison term for refusing to testify before a grand jury. Manning wouldn't talk about her pastis still WikiLeaks. She had said that grand juries, quote and trapping persecute activists for protected political speech. Her lawyers are concerned her freedom may be short lived. She was only released because the grand juries term expired before she left the jail. She was hit with another subpoena demanding she testified to a new grand jury may sixteenth till NATO Fox News, straight delta and Thursday. The Dow dropping one hundred thirty nine points, NASDAQ off more than thirty two the S and P five hundred closing eight point lower eight points. Lower futures are down more than one hundred.
"macaire" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fast. It's a tight rope. Jim Messina is a political adviser who served as deputy chief of staff in President Obama's White House from two thousand nine at twenty eleven. It was also the campaign manager for the president's accessible twenty twelve reelection campaign, and he joins us now on this Messina. It is a pleasure to have you with us and. The reason I brought up Nancy Pelosi's sort of tightrope walk is because you were integral to the passage of the Affordable Care Act the healthcare Bill now, she finds herself walking this tightrope. How does she navigate these waters because it's not party versus party so much as it's within her own party. No, it's true. In one of the things that unifies Democrats Isabel Macaire people understand this the signature accomplishment of Brock Varma, Nancy Pelosi was absolutely crucial to the passage of that. And I think feels part of that legacy. She has a bunch of new members young members who wanna take even further politically. That's not a very smart move and a bunch of these swing districts and so to your point. Plus, he has to be careful here to unify her caucus behind making sure we protect Macaire the signature achievement of the last decade, and then continue to say to progressives. But we understand you want to go further. Let's start having those discussions. It is very unlikely that she can get any support to put a Bill on the floor for Medicare for all. In a way that doesn't hurt. Her vulnerable freshmen who just got elected the house speaker and Senate minority leader talking about a huge Bill that they want to put together that would cost two trillion dollars for infrastructure for the nation. They know that they need to get from point eight point b but they're not going to agree on how to get to point b o. What sort of advice, would you give them as they go into these negotiations while the devil's in details, but if you look at your President Trump's politics for a second he's got the lowest approval ratings of any president this time is he started off his reelection bid. There's only couple issues where he can really compromise in big ways. Democrats prescription drugs is one he's talked about in then infrastructure infrastructure, something he knows really well and cares about personally from his days as developer. It's always been the thing that I think he shows started off the administration doing and could got some bipartisan achievement at the beginning. You know, used to be chief of staff to the Senate tax committee before I went to the White House. And how you pay for this stuff is going to be super hard super complicated. And that is a place where President Trump is probably more of a democrat than he is a Republican his hardliners are going to say, you absolutely cannot and you need people to compromise his own acting. Cheapest ethnic Mulvaney is out there. You know, pouring cold water on this this morning. So he's got to fight internally. If I was his political adviser, I would be screaming make a deal make a deal show. You can get something done and these swing battleground, especially mid western states, infrastructure reform is really politically popular you talking about poll numbers, and you were talking about what is politically popular Stacey Abrams, I'm shifting gears. Now, join me she was in Georgia. She opted out of a Senate run. She was really politically popular she skyrocketed and became a political rockstar. And it looked like she was being courted heavily for Senate run. But has said, no, why would you say notice something like that? It is surprising. And it's a very bad morning for Chuck Schumer and his chances of becoming Jordi leader in the next election. He really needed people like Stacey Abrams John Hickenlooper in Colorado. Steve Bullock in Montana to decide not to seek national office and run for the Senate seats, and he's not getting it. Thank Stacy's political. Calculus is pretty simple number one to your point. She's now a national democratic star. She became a star. She was picked to do the response to the state of the union. She's someone that people desperately wanted to run something. This is her saying, no, I'm going to sit here, and wait and look and probably run for governor. But I think it's also her saying there's a chance I could get on the ticket as a potential vice president and African American woman could balance out a ticket if you had a white male on top of the ticket like Joe Biden or like debate or work. And so I think she's going to sit back and look at both of those things let's talk about Joe Biden and Badar award. Now, the former vice president surging into the lead newly cash-flush presidential campaign. And he has he's taking everybody had on at the same time. You have a Democratic Party that is full of moderates with a lot of very passionate progressives. Let's put it that way. Is Joe Biden the democrat who can lead this party back into the White House's. He the guy I think if you look today you'd say yes, his numbers against Trump are the best some of that is name ID. But yeah, there's new poll showing he's had a ten point surge in the democratic primary. He's the only person in twenty way primary who's going to be able to say Barack Obama. And I did this and Brock Obama is the most popular politician never credit party in one hundred years. And so by has that advantage. Thank you, Jim Messina political advisor and former deputy chief of staff for President Obama. You're listening to Bloomberg politics policy and power on Bloomberg radio coming up. We'll hear from the other side of the aisle on how President Trump will fare.
"macaire" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Let's could be with us. Welcome into Monday. He claims to have the most progressive record of any democrat running for president. But now that Joe Biden is officially a twenty twenty presidential candidate. He has a lot of catching up to do especially with positions on economics. More from Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo, finance Rick. How to you see it? Right. Everybody knows three is. But based on what we know about. Economic kind of out dated though through the ones that we follow here who finance health care. I mean, he's associated with the Affordable Care Act, of course, healthcare years when he ran for president in two thousand eight when even more modest than the Affordable Care, which of course, is known as Macaire, but obviously the Democratic Party become more energized about healthcare with some, but not all of the many democratic candidates now supporting Medicare for all single payer government run program, they would cover everybody. So I think he's going to have to update us on this. Where does she stand? If he basically to tell voters at the Affordable Care Act was good enough to kind of leave it there. He's going to endorse something more sweeping traders and other ones he was a supporter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership achieve PT, which was pretty mainstream idea during the Obama administration. But of course, President Trump oppose that with journey United States from that deal. Globalism has become unpopular. So it's you stand on that. And then other I think another issue to look at is environmental issues climate policy. He's basically within a center left politician favoring incremental approach to global warming. But now we have the green new deal again that would be another sort of sweeping government program to get involved in addressing climate change. So where do you stand on that? I think he's I think he'll clarified these things over time. But that the men were just don't know with regards to the the the TPP didn't Hillary Clinton do a one eighty on that too. She did she did. And that tells you how unpopular that became in a relatively short period of time. She supported the TPP when she was secretary of state, and then paint their mind was funny in a twenty sixteen and that's because the TPP basically just became unpopular, and I think this is a very complicated tracheal most people don't even understand. But this trade deal does is pointing out that since. President Trump has been confronting China over some of the uses of trade practices there. Many trade experts say well, the best way to confront China over these with me. With our allies in the TPP because there are almost a dozen nations basically taking on China instead of just United States doing it alone. So that's the page four TT. And I don't know. I mean, we'll find out if what Biden says we should get back into the he has some new ideas. We're speaking with Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance about his piece entitled Joe Biden's, economic views. Need a major update do you think that any of the issues you referenced whether it's Medicare for all the Affordable Care Act trade global warming or any of those must tackle issues immediately to start to differentiate himself from the vet crowded field. I think health care is for sure that is turning out to be what I think is the best issue for Democrats for a couple of reasons first of all voters, consistently say polls that healthcare the cost of healthcare. And the availability of healthcare remains basically their top concern. It's up there with just the economy. In general and jobs. And I think this is also where the Democrats have real opportunity to get an advantage over the Republicans because Republicans don't have a plan on healthcare care plan used to be repeal and replace ObamaCare, but they failed to do that when they control both houses of congress. And nobody really knows what they would replace it with anyway. So the the tide is hitting on this. And I yeah, I think it would be Biden's advantage to start telling people what if you stand for on healthcare. Can he go left enough politically to win the primary is that what it's going to take? I think it really depends on how to position himself, and how authentic he seems to be you know, authenticity is a is a virtue for Joe Biden. He does seem. He does seem to be real. We know that matters because that help Trump get elected. So it's it looks as if he's just shifting his beliefs. You know, comport with what some polls say he ought to be saying, then I think that the loser. If he changes his of years a little bit. And he said, look, you know times of change in my like, my thoughts, and my views on issues has changed as well. I think that's very believable. And that that will determine you know, I think rather he really has a shot at this nomination. Saints. Rick Rick Newman, senior columnist at yahu finance. It is nineteen minutes. Now after the hour on this morning. Rosa.
"macaire" Discussed on KGO 810
"Were welcoming into the studio Craig the ObamaCare gangsta. No, I guess you're right now, you got it. Right. That time after all these years healthcare guru got walls, who's a benefits expert in an attorney and deals with insurance. And all that stuff all the time and has to keep up on exactly what's happening, not the political spin. But the reality of it for his many impressive clients, Craig. How are you, sir? I'm well, sir. How are you? I'm terrific. Thanks, except for my rash. Anyways. We're gonna we're going to show us that while you're. Even the studio. Why were you as well? What's unpleasant? I think we were even going to broadcast the show. Brought all right. If I run the show to Shawn's in the baby monitor run is a sick. You know, when Dr Oz tried to take over the show. Dr Macaire gangster. All right. So let's me show. You what here's what I would like to do next segment, and I have been corresponding about how simple and bipartisan it would be to actually fix ova Macaire in a way that most Americans would really like it's not. I mean, it's not to say it would be simple. But it would be a great deal simpler than than most politicians would have you believe we'll do that next segment. And it's trust me. It's interesting. But I what I thought I'd like to do since you, and I and Jack, and you have interacted for many years just asking you for advice on my wife is sick in the insurance companies telling me this, and you always have great advice, and it stuff, we don't know. And you would think consumers should know that stuff. Yeah. That I thought we could just talk about, you know, vice you have and tips and life acts for getting the most out of benefits. Yeah. Well, you know, the the simplest one the one that I'm biggest fan. Of for the individual for the consumer again. So this is the kind of thing I would say when I'm speaking to a company employees, and I'm talking to the actual employees who are enrolling in the health plan, many employers,.
"macaire" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Cruz. He's now a elected member of the house of representatives already is seen as very prominent conservative there. He's had other wonderful careers careers in his background. Chip, roy. How are you my friend? Mark. I'm doing great. Thanks for having me on your show. Thanks for the country. Live in Boise, speakership representatives. I bet you are. But we're fighting fighting. Do. The freedom caucus and just quite on the show me ask you this. I'm quite concerned. Apparently, we're not supposed to fight ObamaCare anymore. You've seen this. Yes, sir. What's that all about that's bad political issue? It's a great political issue. The prices are through the roof for for premiums deductibles are through the roof. People are having difficulty seeing the doctors they wanna see what is it that Republicans don't have an alternative isn't a called capitalism. Gwen she give us if you thoughts on this. Market as many of your listeners now, so many of them are so supportive, man. How I can't paint cruciate it on a cancer survivor. I tell them about this out there it important for American, and you pointed out right plans are skyrocketing resulted the bombing cares. As of the federal government has resulted the policy Democrats down. And now, we've got it. President willing to free for transitions unwilling to wanna play. The purses and you over purses system attorney general their stated Texas, can and let it twenty state effort to sue challenge Macaire again, he caused they rightly and they won in federal court in Texas that occurs. Does made up and tax. We save ObamaCare now that the Republican tax. There's no longer a basis for that court city. So they went to the problem federal judge. Agreed. And now it's good circuit a lot of publicans on Chapel Hill that while she do succeed. I'm running saying, oh my gosh. What will happen on precinct? When it's the Democrats created environment where someone might be in a position of not every health care vision. We Republicans have. Like, you said freedom capitalism opportunity doctors having the doctor. Let's let slowdown. So what do we do about people at pre existing conditions? And what did we do before ObamaCare where they all left in the streets. The die. Absolutely not. And I'm glad you asked that you know, that of course, we had numerous back cents whoever had that kind of a situation. But what's also remember all of this have a pre existing condition because all mortal the question here is how do you best health care instead of worrying about health insurance? I don't focus on insurance companies or government. I want to focus on patient care. We focused on.
"macaire" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Excuse me. Son. Do do that again and try to include some facts. Well, here's a fact you're talking about the Washington Post. They don't want him to get reelected. On the page. And so what do they do? They do a lot of stories that make him look bad. When you look at the reform. He's been involved in you know, it might not be sweeping. But it's incremental and you've got to think when he makes his case look are you better off today than you were four years ago. A lot of people are gonna go. You know, what I have more money? I've feeling like the country is more secured. They're doing something at our southern border. Yeah. I think I might be better off the president just has to do this. He has to find a way he can't do it over Macaire style has to find a way to address healthcare because as you mentioned Bernie Sanders has a message that resonates. We'll give you this. And because they have it in you don't the president on when it comes to healthcare. There are Democrats and Republicans there is I don't know if I here's this. Here's the thing. The Democrats now owned that issue. They won the majority of the house by running on simply no platform regarding healthcare, just their their their campaign slogan was other Republicans. Are going to take away your healthcare? That's all they didn't have a plan. Brian PC simply said they're going to take away your healthcare. So for the Republicans to suddenly come up with a plan that would be counterproductive when we come back. I wanna talk about Nancy Pelosi. You wanted the house? You can't handle this house. What's happening on the left? And I just laughed when when they people in their confronted there say well, Donald Trump started Donald Trump to do with it this. There's a fight between you guys, you can't blame somebody else at least somebody take responsibility. But we'll see we'll see what goes on with healthcare because the Democrats feel as though they're addressing it by passing measures, the Senate won't pack a pickup. However, if they pass something, but everyone's only talking about congresswoman, Omar or AO sees a green deal. No one can hear. This is an exciting day with great lighting on the Brian Kilmeade show only seen on FOX nation..
"macaire" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Few enemies, scalpers, atheists skeptics lunatics weirdos. And assorted bad guys in the course, all it'd be good guys and girls out there. Welcome to the sons of liberty. Folks. We're going to get to a three quarters of what was left off yesterday concerning tyrants, destroying law through policy, then calling peacekeeping mind friends that it was Senator John Glenn said, if we had a follow the rule of our constitution, we could not enact most of the bills that we pass around here. Let me say that in a spiritual sense. If you're sick and tired of man's ten thousand commandments get back to God's ten commandments and do away with man's ten thousand. That's how this works. What we'll get to that. In just one moment before we do that. Let's go over to sun's a Liberty Media dot com. Obamacare consequences study finds two-thirds of all bankruptcies and the United States are primarily caused by medical bills. You know, what's interesting friends? When you think of the medical industry, isn't it? Interesting to note that it's it's sold to the American people at sold to the people on a global scale. You know, how it's about your health and how it's for your good. And we're here for you. And you go in for the smallest Edelman friends, and they just milk it for everything that it's worth. And then some irrationality when it comes to the bills that these people send you now going back to sons of Liberty Media dot com that was my two cents. Thank you. But if you go back over to ObamaCare, it's it's a violation of the constitution. Again, they've named it Romney care since inception. Then it went from Romney care to ObamaCare. Then it went from ObamaCare to the Affordable Care Act now it's been renamed American Healthcare Act, and they're going to try to push it through under Trump's administration because everybody loves them. And those that love them don't know. As to what he's doing concerning how selling the American people out, and I'll get to that in just a moment as well. But again, friends it's unconstitutional. That's a violation of article one section eight of the US constitution, and you might want to go to Jonathan Gruber. And see what he has to say about the people that are actually believing that somehow or another that this is a legitimate Bill concerning Macaire, and otherwise France, it's also for you to understand that wasn't about two and a half weeks ago. We had a federal judge scrape down Obamacare's unconstitutional, which proves the point once again that is illegal unlawful drive this Bill out of thin air once again in you need to begin to ask those that represent you. Or did you derive your delegated authority from we the people to implement that which is unconstitutional. Those are the questions that need to be asked sons of Liberty Media dot com in Ohio. Did you see that there's a Muslim charged with plotting to behead Trump's children? You can't make this up in Ohio Muslim is charged with plotting to behead Trump's children. Welcome in. These are the ones that are alluring these people into the United States of America. I'm not talking about Donald Trump here. I'm talking about at large. You have these said mayors masquerading as mayors. They're truly Fallon Fallon's is what they are. But they're the ones that lowering them into the United States of America. And this is what they're bringing with them. They're bringing their culture with them. They're bringing their devils doctrines in with them. I Timothy four one read it when you get a moment sons of Liberty Media dot com. Again, speaking of which ex US air officer turns traitor after converting to Islam. She's been busted spine for Iran. This is all on the sons of Liberty Media dot com. Again, read article three section three highlights treason. And folks, we need to get back to the consequences when the act of treason is committed against we the people, and I'm talking about the way that our forefathers dealt with those that were willing to go ahead and sell us out and people that you gotta understand something. The reason crime is on the rise is because judgment dies when you magnify the law under judgment, and you teach others, and you put the fear of God and others that it will not be tolerated. I'll tell you what that's one. We're going to begin to understand righteousness and peace within the gate and not until then people come into American they act as if they can go ahead and do whatever they wanna do without consequence. Well, guess what? That's what the lack of the judicial or the correction institutions in the United States of America have done. They haven't enforce the laws France, they Patty caked with these. People. They've encouraged these people to break the law three strikes in your out. They've been courage. These people to commit crimes that they commit friends by taking away the death sentence in consequence when they violate law. Again, Justice guards are liberty. If you don't want the law, friends, I'll tell you what you're gonna lose your freedoms because it's the enforcement of the law and your love for freedom that you would enforce the law against crime establish judgment in righteousness within the gate again read. Isaiah fifty one verse four sons of Liberty Media dot com. Spending Bill congress just passed contains restrictions making it almost impossible for Trump to build the wall. Again, friends, I'm not going to be little or dim the light of those that contribute to this website. But I do have to say when are you going to wake up to the fact that the right left paradigm is designed to divide the American people as if to suggest Donald Trump can't do it. He wants to do when every other administration has done what they've wanted to do in. The fact of the matter is is he has the law with him. He has the delegated authority from the people to serve we the people in enforcing the law. So there's absolutely no excuse for Donald Trump not to keep his promises. He is the commander in chief and keep in mind, Barack Hussein Obama for eight years violated the constitution. He transgressed the constitution. He's circumvented congress time and time again, he pulled up executive orders friends over and over again for eight years he gave the American people to finger. He was violating the law, but he did it. Now, Donald Trump has the law working for him. And that's all he has to do is in force it and yet we're told that he can't do that. Give me a break America wake up to what's taking place in your country. This again is on the sons of Liberty Media dot com. Here's the Muslims again in I'll tell you what rep Ilhan, Omar. She is just a piece. Of work if it's not misappropriation than it's her violating immigration laws. If it's not violating immigration laws misappropriation of funds if it's not misappropriation of funds. They're finding in this is old news, by the way that she married. Her brother the Bill she's trying to pass the holidays. She's trying to pass now France she's trying to establish that which is found in the book in what she swore in on the Koran they're not here to a simulate France. There's nothing about these people whatsoever. Or they are here to a simulate they are here to conquer. That's it. Muslim rap Ilhan, Omar Minnesota's district police deal with gangs tight lipped some Molly Muslim communities then export him back for more. They came. That's the the result here, France and Intel that begins to happen. They're going to continuously go down the road that they're on right now. Sons of Liberty Media dot com. Bernie Sanders on Ilhan, Omar we will stand by our Muslim brothers. Sisters folks, you can't make that you don't have to look very hard.
"macaire" Discussed on Unchained
"When the present Macaire actually started increasing crypto started going mainstream, we stopped doing any sort of sales to regular individuals, but rather status ceiling to institutions who were then able to do these lodger purchases sort of where everything was probably compliant and done in a proper professional fashion and people say. Into like entries in Horowitz, who are some of the other names. Yes. So I mean, Andries horri- is probably the most that the best example. But actually there is a it's a very large amount of institute of this point about as polish aimed very prominent they were actually the very first institution. And what's kind of interesting is that they actually went and propose like the deal. They made was kind of like they negotiated with the entire community and the actually made public proposal to the community and had the community like ratify kind of. Agreed. That proposal. Kind of like a part of the decentralised governance process. And it's kind of funny because isn't that on read it they propose read it? Yeah. We also had a form. And yeah, there is we had some very like we had a lot of very radical experiments in when it came to like direct community participation on kind of like direct the democracy. I guess you can say the control of the project, but in the end that was actually only possible during the very early stage when the community was was basically tiny there came a point where you know, the community's not like side, really growing. And then it just became like, it was just no longer possible to have kind of total democracy, democracy station of everything. Right. And and the foundation started becoming more structured, and then just kept doing the same kind of deals as as the very first one coaching vision when you say that it was because like once once it got bigger, you couldn't get enough votes. Like me, no because random people that weren't kind of paying attention everything where. You know, they had these focus, but they weren't participating in votes and stuff like that. Is that why? Well, so actually, our our mean approach to governance is actually I mean, so we do use votes, and I do talk about voting in terms of controlling maker. But when we think about governance in terms of how we make like how the community makes decisions at the social layer. As the group of people basically rather than than doing based on voting redo it based on consensus decision making. So it's not really about who approves. It's about who opposes you know. And then something can be done if there's no one in position, there's no significant opposition. And the problem is basically like that works really, well when you super line and had a very defined objectives. Which is why you know, for instance, it works in science, right? Like, you can you're gonna have scientific consensus on very complicated topics because you ultimately know, everyone follows the scientific method. Right. But you can't do like you can't get consensus at scale on some topics such as like how does start on navigate. It's competition something so we actually thought it was going to be possible initially. But at some point we started realizing that because we were lading literally anyone coming and joined the decision making process and infect sort of giving everyone veto an amazingly it worked for two years. But eventually, you know, it just it just became too big. Right. And it was clear that like we didn't actually have any instances of someone's trolling us and just like abusing the process, but it became clear to everyone the entire community, basically Reese consensus on the fact that it was time to structure and. In order to start focusing on Xtra delivering the project. The foundation had to become most structured of more centralized facially right in based on a mole traditional process of just having a team that makes it decision, right? And now is. Yes. So that is that is a megaphone Dacian, and from there we were able to actually launch the actual, you know, maker platform and the dice stable system on the blockchain and then when that happened. That's when the real governance started, right? Because that's when the voting actually became a thing on the blockchain, and you could use the tokens to vote on on stuff like the risk parameters..
"macaire" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Music from the film vice music composed by my guess, nNcholas retail. So I I love a piece of music. I listen to that McConnell hall. Thank you. Thank you. Tell us about what you were trying to do with it. So that actually was the last thing I wrote for vice before we finish the film and from the very beginning. I talked to Adam Adam Macaire director of vice and and I worked with Adam on the big short and from early on his his first ideas, you know, we were talking with us first ideas that kind of you know, you receive this guidance from a director when they have an instinct, and his instinct was this is the story is so large, you know, not only as vice the story of of Dick Cheney this man is rise through Washington and the repercussions of his actions. It's also really the story of America over the past fifty sixty years, and thus it's clearly also the story of America's impact on the world over the of those years. So this is such a large story that Adam felt, you know, we need a symphonic scope, it has to be you know, we should have a large. Simply why don't you write a symphony for this movie? And it's a it's an amazing opportunity. It's also a question of. What is that symphony sound Blake like were I to raise? And so I thought to myself, you know, I think we have in our Novak of our minds as sense of is there an American symphonic sound, you know, I think there are certain things that we may think of when we when someone says what's an American symphonic sound. And I think there's also an idea we have of like a hero's journey what hero's journey sound like, you know, maybe it's a brass fanfare something like that. But I felt right away that this isn't that movie. You know, this is a movie that has distance to it. It's the distance has to be integral and woven into the nature of the the notes themselves. So actually started to experiment with ideas where I could take a melodic idea. Let's say and what if I inserted the quote wrong notes, you know, what if I said, here's a heroic team, but these notes are wrong. So we're constantly feeling. A rub. You know, there's a distance somewhere and I actually use distance as a sort of a guiding principle where. Every piece in the score has a dissonance. Let's take a proper care. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is nNcholas retell, and he writes moving music, he composed the score for a field street could talk and he's nominated for an Oscar for that. He composed the music for the current film vice and vices nominated for an Oscar for best picture. He was also nominated for an Oscar for the score for moonlight. We're going to hear more of his music after we come back. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is nNcholas towel. He's nominated for an Oscar for composing the score for if Beale street could talk. He also wrote the score for the current film vice about Dick Cheney, and that film is nominated for best picture. He was also nominated for an Oscar for moonlight. Let's talk about writing the score for moonlight. The first thing I want to do is play the theme, and I should say there's three different versions of this theme because the film was about three different chapters in this characters life and the character early on in the film in chapter one. He's a young African American boy growing up in Florida. His mother is a crack addict. And he's a small and very very quiet boy. There's a lot going on beneath the surface, but he doesn't say very much. So this is his theme. The.
"macaire" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"That anything had captured. God bless Joe. Allen for you know, make sure you stay intact. But Donna, former was the toughest horse. Right. Right. Just about I was ever around. I was working New York when he was three year old at Belmont. And I worked in the practice that that took care of him. And I'm tell you what that horse he was tough. And he when he went to study was even tougher and the he ended up being moved from three chimneys back over there to make and FOX's place because he was so he was rogue. And then, you know, all sudden is is not all sudden. But I mean is false started hitting pretty good and they took him back to three chimneys. But this was a horse that had to know be muzzled whenever because he would take you out because I mean, he would. He and he was that way Macaire McLaughlin, you know, leakers. Had this big metal gates on on the front door Valmon are twenty five or Buddha the Bill modest now. And I go down there, and they used to put a big stack pillow in front of each stall with the straw agreements would and each one would have at big metal door the oaken at meeting the place where horse could put his head out. Well, there's one doors big solid door. And I looked at Kerr McLaughlin who was working there. I said, hey, what's how can they get a full door on this horse? He gives man because he needs. He would come out through that yoki might pull you install like, you know, two. Yup. Strips traveling other something he's a rogue and say who's Donna former and being a great run. It's kind of amazing, but he went to start, you know, of course, you know, accent lots to be I gotta give Joe Al credit for make sure he was maintained the horse had an impeccable pedigrees ever really good mare by Roberto. And I mean, you know, obviously, you wanna take a shot on like that. So you kept his jeans, but I'll tell you what man it wouldn't. I don't think it would about in a minute to castrate him. He was tough. He was tough. And mean and a rogue news that way, just you know, the around the bar and stuff so those this kind can make your workman's comp go pretty quick. Did you get a few people hurt? No doubt. And and the the focus, obviously, the focus is is a big part of this. Because all you have to do the ROY h is the current poster? Boy, I mean, he was he was okay and competitive, but the minute he the minute. He was gelded all the talent the got to be focused and here, he is, you know, a two-time champion and seems like he's. Ready to have another big year is pretty pretty amazing. Absolutely, no mean, it's just it. It comes down to reflect the ability of horsemen to read, you know, this. That's the this is a good example, perfect example of the art training. There is no set when do things sometimes you just you know, you're just not getting what you need to get done. You bite. The bullet you say, well, he's not going to be a stud, you know, the pedigree made may or may not be there wouldn't matter because we're not gonna have enough good enough race record. So let's let's go ahead. And by the Bullock castrate, this horse and make him an athlete, and sometimes, you know, it's it's like I said, it's the art. It's not an exact science, and you know, Peter Miller or wherever made that decision is to be you know, congratulated for making a good decision..
"macaire" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Part of the opening credit music from the film vice music composed by my guest, nNcholas brutal. So I I love a piece of music. I listen to that in a concert hall. Thank you. Thank you. So tell us about what you were trying to do with it. So that actually was the last thing I wrote for vice before we finished the film and from the very beginning. And I talked to Adam Adam Macaire director advice, and I'd I worked with Adam on the big short and from early on his his first ideas, you know, we were talking with us first ideas, they kind of you receive this guidance from a director when they have an instinct and his instinct was this is the story is so large. You know, not only is vice the story of of Dick Cheney this man is rise through Washington and the repercussions of his actions. It's also really the story of America over the past fifty sixty years, and thus it's clearly also the story of America's impact on the world over the of those years. So this is such a large story that Adam felt, you know, we need a symphonic scope, it has to be you know, we should have a large. Why don't you write a symphony for this movie? And it's a it's an amazing opportunity. It's also a question of. What is that symphony sound like like War I to raise? And so I thought to myself, you know, I think we have in our Novak of our minds a sense of is there an American symphonic sound. You know, I think there are certain things that we may think of when we when someone says what's an American symphonic sound. And I think there's also an idea we have of like hero's journey. What does a hero's journey sound? Like, you know, maybe it's a brass fanfares something like that. But I felt right away that this isn't that movie. You know, this is a movie that has dissonance to it. It's the distance has to be integral and woven into the nature of the the notes themselves. So actually started to experiment with ideas where I could take a melodic idea. Let's say and what if I inserted the quote wrong notes. You know, what if I said here's a heroic team, but these notes are wrong. So we're constantly feeling. A rub. You know, there's a distance somewhere, and I actually use distance as a sort of guiding principle where every piece in the score has a dissonance. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is nNcholas Powell he's nominated for an Oscar for composing the score for if Beale street could talk. He also wrote the score for the current film vice about Dick Cheney, and that film is nominated for best picture. He was also nominated for an Oscar for moonlight. Let's talk about writing the score from moonlight. The first thing I wanna do is play the theme, and I should say there's three different versions of this theme because the film was about three different chapters in this characters life and the character early on in the film in chapter one. He's a young African American boy growing up in Florida. His mother is a crack addict. And he's a small and very very quiet boy. There's a lot going on beneath the surface, but he doesn't say very much. So this is his theme. The.
"macaire" Discussed on Fresh Air
"And I this is it's a very turbulent theme. You You know, it's know? it's it's Pia. No and becomes increasingly discordant as it goes on. And you know, it basically says like things aren't going to be going quite right. Exactly. So so let's hear the opening credit theme from vice and this music is composed by my guest, nNcholas retail, and the movie is nominated for an Oscar for best film. Part of the opening credit music from the film vice music composed by my guest, nNcholas brutal. So I I love a piece of music. I listen to that mccown hall. Thank you. Thank you. So tell us about what you were trying to do with it. So that actually was the last thing I wrote for vice before we finish the film and from the very beginning. I talked to Adam at Macaire director of vice and at I worked with Adam on the big short and from early on his his first ideas, you know, we were talking with us first ideas that kind of you know, you receive this guidance from director when they have an instinct, and his instinct was this is the story is so large, you know, not only vice the story of of Dick Cheney this man is rise through Washington and the repercussions of his actions. It's also really the story of America over the past fifty sixty years, and thus it's clearly also the. Of America's impact on the world over the of those years. So this is such a large story that Adam fell, you know, we need to symphonic scope, it has to be we should have a large sim. Why don't you write a symphony for this movie? And it's a it's an amazing opportunity. Also question of a what is that symphony sound like like were I to raise? And so I thought to myself, you know, I think we have in our new back of our minds sense of is there a an American symphonic sound. You know, I think there are certain things that that we may think of when we when someone says what's an American symphonic sound. And I think there's also an idea we have of like a hero's journey. What is a hero's journey sound? Like, you know, maybe it's a brass fanfare something like that. But I felt right away. The this isn't that movie. You know, this is a movie that has distance to it. It's the distance has to be integral woven into the nature of the the notes themselves. So actually started to experiment with ideas where I could take a melodic idea. Let's say and. I would if I inserted the quote wrong notes. You know, what if I said, here's a heroic fem-, but these notes are wrong. So we're constantly feeling rub. You know, there's a distance somewhere, and I actually used distance as a sort of guiding principle where every piece in the score has dissonance. Let's talk about writing the score from moonlight..
"macaire" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the opening credit music from the film vice music composed by my guest, nNcholas brutal. So I I love a piece of music. I listen to that in a concert hall. Thank you. Thank you. Tell us about what you were trying to do with it. So that actually was the last thing I wrote for vice before we finished the film and from the very beginning. I talked to Adam Adam Macaire director advice, and I'd I worked with Adam on the big short and from early on his his first ideas, you know, we were talking with us. I is kind of you know, you receive this guidance from a director when they have an instinct, and his instinct was this is the story is so large, you know, not only as vice the story of of Dick Cheney this man is rise through Washington and the repercussions of his actions. It's also really the story of America over the past fifty sixty years, and thus it's clearly also the story of America's impact on the world over the over those years. So this is such a large story that Adam felt, you know, we need a symphonic scope, it has to be you know, we should have a large. Why don't you write a symphony for this movie? And it's a it's an amazing opportunity. It's also a question of. What is that symphony sound lake like War I to raise? And so I thought to myself, you know, I think we have in our Novak of our minds as sense of is there an American symphonic sound, you know, I think there are certain things that we may think of when we when someone says what's an American symphonic sound. And I think there's also an idea we have a hero's journey. What does a hero's journey sound? Like, you know, maybe it's a brass fanfare something like that. But I felt right away that this isn't that movie. You know, this is a movie that has dissonance to it. It's the distance has to be integral and woven into the nature of the the notes themselves. So actually started to experiment with ideas where I could take a melodic idea. Let's say and what if I inserted the quote wrong notes, you know, what if I said, here's a heroic team, but these notes are wrong. So we're constantly feeling. A rub, you know, there's a distance somewhere, and I actually used distance as a sort of a guiding principle where every piece in the score has a dissonance. Let's take proper care. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is nNcholas retell, and he writes moving music, he composed the score for a field street could talk and he's nominated for an Oscar for that. He composed the music for the current film vice and vices nominated for an Oscar for best picture. He was also nominated for an Oscar for the score for moonlight. We're going to hear more of his music after we come back. This is fresh air. Scientists are collecting better data about our changing climate. Now, there's a push to use it for early warnings about dangerous floods wildfires even outbreaks. Thank you fever. It gives you four months notice. If you've got four months think of all the things that you can do in four months. I'm Ari Shapiro using climate data to protect people from climate impacts afternoon on all things considered from NPR news. Weekdays starting at four on WNYC. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is nNcholas towel. He's nominated for an Oscar for composing the score for if Beale street could talk. He also wrote the score for the current film vice about Dick Cheney, and that film is nominated for best picture. He was also nominated for an Oscar for moonlight. Let's talk about writing the score for moonlight. The first thing I want to do is play the theme, and I should say there's three different versions of this theme because the film is about three different chapters in this characters life and the character early on in the film in chapter one. He's a young African American boy growing up in Florida. His mother is a crack addict. And he's a small and very very quiet boy. There's a lot going on beneath the surface, but he doesn't say very much. So this is his theme. The violin is played so quietly and tentatively. It's very much like the boy who's afraid or too afraid or too shy or too inhibited to really speak much. And it's like the violinist is almost afraid to fully bow the strings to fully like connect with the strings. That's such a great point that you bring that up because that that really was what I was going for their the violence plagued by Tim Fain has just a stunning violinist and the way we recorded. It actually was we we put the violent very very close to the mic, and I asked him to basically play the notes as quietly as he possibly could while still having the confidence of the of the note feeling you know, because you can play it so quietly that it loses some of its. Inner strength. But so he found this pressure where it was just at the point where it felt confident. And yet it was so quiet, and because it was close Mike, you had the sound of the bow hair. You know, I like keeping in a lot of recordings actually, really almost an aesthetic choice. I like hearing the sound of the instruments and hearing the hearing the noises and the textures that instruments make you know, hearing the air in the room hearing, the you I think that makes it feel real and beautiful to me. And so then I took the violin that would recorded very closely. And I ran it through some revert where there's actually a a subtle amount of very long tailed river bonnet to which just gives the violin. This extra feeling of. I don't know almost like a like a mist or something around the notes. And I know there is that feeling of tenderness. Hopefully, there's this feeling of. You know, there's a there's an intimacy that that I wanted that to feel like, and and Tim just played that so beautifully and that became in a way once we once we knew little steam connected with the picture. Then it became the question of how we evolve this over the course of the movie, and where do we go from there? And that was when and I really began more fully exploring this idea of chopped and screwed music, which. Chopped and screwed is. Sure. Sure. So in in these in these early conversations I have with Barry. He was telling me about how much he loves chopped and screwed music, which is a style of southern hip hop where you take a recording and you slow it down. And when you slow the recording down the pitch goes down. And what it does to the audio texture is that it just deepens and enriches it and bury loves listening to music that's been chopped and screwed. And it's it's incredible. When you hear music just completely it's the same. But it's different. And it actually in a way by slowing things down and enriching it you have this it almost makes the music heavy an even deeper gravitas to it. And so we had this idea of what if I were to write a score from online. What if I was going to write and record the music, and then what happened if I actually chopped and screwed my own recordings that I made. And again, you know, that's one of those. It sounds cool. It's an interesting idea. But ultimately the test is does it work for the movie. You know, is it right for the picture? Does it tell us something Layton within the movie, and we discovered that it did work and berry got so excited about these possibilities? And so I started taking my themes in the music, I was writing and chopping and screen them. So saying what if I take this? And what if I slow this down, and what if where does this track go, if I really, you know, screw it down. And it's like this incredibly distorted texture. So we've made a mix of two of the three versions of the theme that you have again, there's three chapters of the movie one where the main character is a young boy one where he's in high. School and one after he's gotten out of prison. That's the part that we're hearing after he's gotten out of jail and after he's become a drug dealer. So the first part of this mix is going to be a short excerpt of what we just heard a little earlier. And then it's going to go into the chopped and screwed version where everything is slowed down and becomes deeper as well. And I think maybe you've added some instruments on top of a two. So blacks team is actually orchestrated for a cello. And it's in the same key as little steam. But it is then chopped and screwed down. So it's it's in d major which is where little steam is. And then it's actually pitched down to a okay. And and the second version sounds not only not only like it has more gravitas. Which is I think the word that you used there. Are sounds mournful. Yeah. It sounds sad. So let's let's hear it. So this is the the chapter one version of the theme and the chapter three is an adult version of the theme..
"macaire" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"I'm not gonna say the same thing about the maple thirteen. I feel that I would rather buy a MAC book air than that may thirteen. But that's because you're editing when a unit been very impressed by now, it's just if they would've given me the design of a book expo the currently using. Think about it. I didn't like the fact that it doesn't taper the display had low knits the same level of the MAC Macaire. That's the thing. And so, you know, pretty glossy to glared along. Yeah. I did. Don't get me wrong. It's not a bad laptop. You can get it with the screen graphics, and you can get it this with the screen graphics for the same price of a MAC book air, you know. So I'm not saying, it's bad. It's just at that price range if while we would have been like the screen graphics, and this for a grand it would have been like, oh, wow. I would have been I would have been done for that price. If it had a thunder ballpoint true that thunderbolt it only has a splayed port where you went on a MAC book air, you've got dual thunderbolt ports EG you support. Which is totally like, this is our thing and turn video editing satellite. We need that easy. But I do agree with you that we do have use case REO in mind. I actually sometimes I envy, I really envy. Where laptops are now because I was in college to take advantage of it. Because when I cross leg said down on a sat down on that couch in that room. And I put the MAC the maple thirteen in my lap. It was like it was perfect whisper. I wish I could use that more like Starbucks as a student trying to read my papers, unless y'all Michelle can I just say that tablet. You've got on the table looks fantastic. The may twenty x God that phony. Seven point two inches. Oh, my here. Nine eighty. So basically giant eight twenty giant may twenty two the the prescribed of switch killer. Yeah. I actually put it right on top of switch. It's literally the same size like really. Yeah. Diagonally horizontally, just in terms of like just in terms of like screen, physical mental screen will the screen is seven point two inches. But you know, the console itself not including the joy cons on the side. It's the same size. There is a level of by ROY behind having this much green. But come on. Do you use this every day? How do you not use it? How do you? How can you justify watching? Netflix on a on a tiny six point little four inch one plus sixty tablets for that come on. Why would you carry a tablet phone, Regis, carry a tablet? Just carry my Oculus go for that. I gave up on. Daydream I left my I haven't even you have the freedom. Invite. Why is that Vulcan its box in New York? God that's actually quite fun to use. But I will say this to lock down the the actual pitch in ya. Because I was watching Netflix in that virtual is bet flexing quotes just because it was in the virtual is room. Okay. So it was in this virtual is like fire room with a fireplace living room and whatnot. Since it was moving with me. And I got so sick. I'm sure yeah. I was implying more into fairies things but go on their they're coming Stephen shank for like some old rundown. Google actually, they're working on six degree of freedom. Controller still actually make the experience of games on the I don't know if it's compatible with the Oculus go dream. Okay. So guess why I didn't even pull that thing out of the box. I it's just VR headsets are too big. You know, I feel that L g got it. Right. And I hate that they ditched the project is everybody. Remember that VR goggles that they launched that they did launch for the G five. They were a pair of goggles. That were literally like the size of a pair of sunglasses. Little obviously, they had a little bit more like like, swimming, goggles, probably three sixty view. I remember. Okay. So it was like pretty much like swimming goggles that you you didn't have to strap on they fit like sunglasses, and they had a USB cable. And you put your phone in your pocket, and that was your VR experience. But then both it and the g six five, but that the devices got super hot. So we'll use it..
12 Russians Indicted in Investigation
"Radio news ap radio news i'm tim maguire the russia investigation brings indictments directly linked to the russian military maybe saga megani reports the charges come as president trump readies to meet with russian president vladimir putin president expects putin to deny it as he has in the past i don't think you'll have any gee i did it i did it you got me there won't be a perry mason here i don't think the president's spoke hours before the justice department made it's most clear allegation yet of russia's to interfere the race indicting a dozen russian intelligence officers in a written statement the white house did not condemn russian actions it stresses the indictment does not allege any knowing involvement by trump campaign staffers or that the hacking affected the races outcome saga megani washington trump is now in scotland for the weekend ahead of monday's summit in helsinki in england today trump met with queen elizabeth and british prime minister theresa may during a joint news conference with may trump talked about what he sees as a negative impact of immigration in europe i know it's politically not necessarily correct to say that but i'll say it and i'll say it loud and i think they better watch themselves because you are changing culture your changing a lot of things san francisco police arrest a serial rape suspect after he allegedly preyed on women by posing as a ride hailing driver and picking up women waiting for rides outside bars police commander greg macaire chen says thirtysevenyearold orlando bitches lonzo faces charges in at least four rapes wanted twenty thirteen three others.