35 Burst results for "Mandy"

"mandy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"mandy" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Hello, hi and welcome to another episode of the Emma gun show, and as we revisit some of your favorite episodes over the summer, I wanted to put my conversation with Mandy saligari about food and one's relationship with food back at the top of the feed. Mandy is an addiction expert. And it's for this reason that this episode of the podcast actually terrified me to record. Because I knew when I asked her if we could have a conversation around food and addiction, that I would be leaving myself open. As it's something I have really battled in my life and actually at the time of recording, I was very newly into, I mean, when I say newly, a few months into feeling like I finally got my head around it for the first time. That doesn't mean that I was cured. That just meant that I was aware of it. And therefore had the capacity to make change, but I was still very much living in a space where food caused me a lot of anxiety. I thought about it all the time. And I was very confused about what all of that meant. It's something that has caused me and still causes me. Concern. And it's something that I have to work on constantly. So this conversation with Mandy was one that I knew I wanted to have because I thought if I experienced this, then other people must do. But it was a very hard one for me to do. Because it really was before I came to understand that I had something resembling a binge eating disorder and the only vocabulary I only vocabulary I had had up to that point to really articulate or a word that would do any kind of justice to the feelings I had around food was that I felt addicted. And I know I'm not alone, there are a lot of people out there who ever disordered relationship with food, a lot more than you might think, in fact. And when it occupies a space of overeating, it's something that can be shrouded in shame and left in the shadows. I can speak from my personal experience here and say that my issues with food was something I was acutely embarrassed about, ashamed of and scared to talk to about anyone. I was so terrified. And I was always on edge when there was food around, whether it was as a kid at a children's party, whether it was a grown-up at a buffet, it is something that caused me extreme panic and tension, but I didn't want any of that to seep out through my eyes through anything that I said. So it was all happening underneath the surface. So for anyone who feels they may be in a similar place with food or anything else for that matter and wait until Mandy hits you with the money food, love trifecta, then this really is a must listen. I can't promise you that it won't be confronting, but I do think it can be eye opening and extremely helpful in all the right ways. You might want to take notes if this feels pertinent to you. It certainly was to me. So please enjoy Mandy saligari exploring our relationship with food on the Emma gun show.

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Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

Can We Health You?

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan

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Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

ESPN FC

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

"Row madrid with a smashing performance in the second half a five two victory against the at home first time at the in over eighteen months story of the game cutting bent. He had a hat-trick. Come getting a goal. Six minutes after coming on his debut mini junior goal as well as on the dribs score. Four in the second half to overtake said value. Pablo start with you. What was the difference for elementary in that second half fiend. The quantified third may be saying abou- beneath issues. You know years ago you was a player. Verbally was no an end product. And now you can see can running behind you got. Pay the tripler but composure is ever thing in football. On what dis what makes us different final third. And i think you know. Ben sim always ways. He's the main man for that team. My you know that they will escort goals and it was a good performance. You know defensively. They still quite right. Yeah hopefully they can bring a. I love our mandy batson. I think they will prove those players in in their defense but overdue. I think the quantity across to made different for them.

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"mandy" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on Conversations

"Abc podcast mandy. Mccracken's family seriously love halloween. Few years guy mandy husband and their kids dressed up as flesh eating zombies and went prowling around the neighborhood mandy who was bulldozed up like a zombie bride with drooping down. Her gown was easily. The most impressive gnome was gonna beta that halloween because many has no forums lost to sepsis in two thousand thirteen along with a lower legs although she looked pretty wild as zombie bride. It's luckily local kids mostly took it in their stride because man he's been really upfront at communicating. What happened to her and getting the community posterity weeds. They might have about it. It's one of the reasons. she said. She loved being zombie bride so much because it allowed her to embrace her amputations in a completely unexpected. Y mandy is the co founder of milan support group called the quad squad. People can similar situations to hers. It's been a long slow recovery but now mandy uses prosthetics to walk to drive a car to the usual stuff around the house next step and he's pretty chain to take her old hobby of rock climbing. I'm andy ally. Richard ally interviewed. The jill hicks some years ago. I asked to was if she had any nicknames. For prosthetic legs do that. Yeah i Named my alana and ellen after the prostitutes and the technician that actually built and for me it's and then my legs standing and kneeling sending totally and standing kneeling. Yes do you like things like that. Yeah that all actually started. When i was in my. Icu ward just trying to work out. How the hell to deal with this situation. And i actually the very first thing. I named my bed. I named elvis because it had wheels always come up with just how to make a lot of a situation and naming things good to slip out of the legs at the end of the day. Yeah heavy and bulky and sometimes in not very comfortable so yeah. It's like taking off a pair of high heels and put them in the corner and the alan natural robot tech on them of any kind inside the hands. I've got a cold mile electric hands. And so they robotic and they open and close. They've got electronics on the inside of them. That's on my skin and mida in the hand somewhere and you actually plug the minute night. Like you plug into mobile fine and let them charge up so they open close and they're not the flashes on the market because those ones With the price of my house so these ones are what the israeli government very kindly afford for me. And i'm incredibly grateful than the huge difference. How do you operate them. Can you do that by switching your in a certain way so you use the muscles in yom that flex your respect with them forward so if you're senior wrist one way and then the that's the sign movement that i do and a big push with your muscle does a really quick open of your hand and then if you wanna just do a very slight little opening just sort of twitchy muscle so that just. I've been spy a centimeter at a time. Can you do that without thinking. Knows looks it can definitely. Yep yep if you wanna make a tie. My shoes be too. We've without really. Well i mean you know on a good day. I can tell me she license but struggles from yea a bit of a physical challenge. But if i was in a real push you might take me about fifteen twenty minutes to tie shoes but do it or seeing the photo on a disability website of one of your prosthetic arms mandy and it's all by itself pulling a track to stick. How on earth did that nordia managed to get away from you. Lock that. I'm wondering well my husband and i we were sitting watching. Tv one night when we're on a family holiday. My sister sent me a message. Saying we're the fighter is the family holiday and it was nine thirty at night so my husband pulled my arm off and shoved it in the fridge holding onto and took a photo and send it back to my sister and then magically born and we used to really pull my body parts often put out situations and type fighters knock on social media and it made it fun so much of your stories about managing expectations about life. You grew up in a large catholic family in suburban melbourne. Did you have any fixed plans back in for what you wanted to watch my mom. Stay at home. Mom and dad went off to work and we were the incredibly comfortable nuclear family and as a kid growing up that was so comforting. Just to have a parent that was always they. Are you wake up one day and you didn't want to go to school or you come home after school and there was just someone to greet you at the door. And i sort of said to myself that. I'd like to do that to my kids. So i did the big career in my twenty s getting pipe packets and doing the corporate thing and and i've done that and i was really looking forward to just being home with the kids so that was sort of my plan was just to quietly get my kids through school and maybe get back to a part time job and just to live pretty simple. Live your husband rod your partner in crime with these kind of stunts. I was mentioning alien. How did you meet him. Well i was working for a publishing company at the time and i was a sales rep and my job is to go to bookshops and basically seldom lots of books and i turned up to this bookshop one day and there was the score just behind the counter and instantly we just connected and he was in the store he had the radio blaring those this huge amount of music and i walked into the store and immediately sold him. I think it was like something. Like fifteen thousand dollars worth of books which back then was just the vice ridiculous amount of books for the company that i was waking. Needless to say three quarters books came back to us. Because i never sold but yeah. We were pretty much engaged within three months. We knew that this was this was going to happen. We hit it off instantly and twenty two years later. We're still married. You bit of rock climbing to get the and your husband. What was it. You loved about rock climbing. The climber is of the view from the top. Climbing is a challenge purely against yourself. There's nobody else de accepts you on the wall. Yes okay. you've got somebody holding out with a rope making show nine go splat but if you get halfway out a new start getting rattled which used to always do. Because i've got a fear hot. It's this mental conversation that you have with yourself as to whether or not you're going to give up and down the wall or if you're gonna just try that one extra hold about beheads just push itself a little bit further and yeah. It was the only time that i actually really wish myself. Beyond what was comfortable. And yes to this day. I think that kind of mines really actually got me a hawaii arkan. Forget does help you. Conquer add field. Is that something you just have to confront every single time. Every time every time. I climbed those a fear of heights. You get to the top. And all of a sudden he looked down. You like oh holy moly. I'm so far from the grand. And you are completely reliant on the person below you to keep you alive like if if things went wrong and they for some reason sleep you know. It doesn't take much drop from three stories up. So yeah it's quite terrifying so the really good feeling then comes not so.

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400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

Mandy Connell

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

400,000-Year-Old Elephant Bone Tools Unearthed in Italy

"Researchers say they've identified 98 tools from a site in Italy dating back 400,000 years. The tools come from the femurs and other bones from an extinct animal called the street tusked. Elephant, the researchers say the sites residents made the tools with a systematic, standardized approach, similar to an assembly line.

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Mark Levin Challenges Any Politician to Call and Describe the U.S. Evacuation Plan

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Mark Levin Challenges Any Politician to Call and Describe the U.S. Evacuation Plan

"Reality in Afghanistan And then there's the propaganda you're hearing. I challenge anybody. Democrat Republican independent or nothing. To call this program and tell me what the strategy is to get every last American citizen out of Afghanistan. I challenge you. People working on Capitol Hill. You hear this program? People working the Biden administration. You hear this program? I want to know what it is. What's the plan? There is no plan. Couple of Democrats showed some ankle the scarab Mandy or whatever His name is from California Yesterday, I played his audio So what do you want the troops to go into the city and to go in the suburbs and bring them out. That's not gonna happen. And you know what's interesting? The individuals I see on Fox. Are most aggressive about taking military action. Our men who've seen combat In Afghanistan. In Afghanistan. You hear these? You've heard these special for unless, Of course, you cherry pick the one or two here and a couple of people do that. I don't play that game. Michael Walls will be on here at the bottom of the hour. The Green Beret. I believe a ranger.

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Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

Mandy Connell

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Alabama Hospitals Have Run out of ICU Beds

"Alabama is out of I C u beds, State health officer Dr Scott Harris says. They've converted other rooms into makeshift ICUs. While some patients well, they're being forced to wait in the ER until a bed becomes available.

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American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

Mandy Connell

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines Extends Ban on Alcohol Sales to Main Cabin Passengers Until 2022

"Airlines is not bringing back alcohol sales anytime soon. The airline suspension of domestic main cabin alcohol sales is being extended through genuine 18. The alcohol suspension is because of rowdy passengers.

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"The romulo and cloaking to mandy fair. It's a star trek thing where the romulus able to hide their ship from the from the federation from the enterprise. They it's it's like it was like It was a military technology that the federation had steel to deterrence to even the playing field in the in the interstellar arms race between the and the united of planets. Oh god it's all coming back. Not off a puzzle. I am blown away. I remember the first time. I said to my husband i was. I actually text a Stupid but we text each other. Well we're in the same house. And i said something about s- i better put on. My cloaking by seventy was just being. A horrible person comes bursting into the room. You know about cloaking device. I don like Yeah i told you. I was a star trekkie. He's like oh okay. I didn't really believe it as you've never seen my more surprised in all our relationship is that one moment and i think there's a generational dividing line because if you're you're above a certain age you know about the cloaking device on star trek and then under that line you know about the invisibility cloak from harry potter. Okay yeah yup gonna turn up to it so use looking device to present millennial they'll be like oh like harry potter. No i know it's science. It's not magic at science i. So let's let's talk about. Let's close that. We have to close up the episode. So can you wrap up the theme of the ep. Were you're anticipating releasing. Well it's it is certainly about connectivity. Sure that yet connection between diesel dispirit title of vp. Can we all know. now we have. It is definitely born of this time. It is born of twenty twenty one and the time we've been through and the need to reach out beyond our little our little little bubbles are little pods are little tribes. Yeah i think. I think i had a lot of friends are like i'm in my bubble right now and i'm like look with my clothing device and i michael year. I'm sorry to that. I try to get out of my bubble in my tribe as much as possible and open my mind and open my heart or else. I'm gonna get hard hearted and You know possibly more angry and isolated. So how do i break out of that. It's like i. We play at some places whether like we don't wanna hear this type of music. We only hear this type of music. And we're like okay. And what a little sad we're like. We can play where chameleons so we can relatives. Mostly we can you know. Except for a huge resort allude us completely but mostly we can meet that it will have to adapt but then but when we go to a place where they're like there are no boundaries. Here we're you know we can hear anything and we're open to anything. It's more fun and i think. Think that In this time this culture specially. It's been this post truth culture that we're in It's been very dangerous. Almost to get excluded in that bubble. Unfortunately and i think this. Ap especially is about connecting the differences connecting in connecting the disparate disparate Experiences variances and finding that connection that connective tissue and and even musically. You know so much so much. Music today is like with the proliferation of the tools out of a lot of using the same tools. And that's almost giving a kind of sameness to the music like you know and so at time. Yeah times and but that's what i about your show. Is you really like spotlight. All these artist outside the box doing like you've already guy who's doing like italian disco. And i remember that episode and i really dug it and a talking about vendetta. Yes oh he's amazing. I love the guy. Romney arte so like. I just love that you know the like it. We love to to not be the same and we've changed grown so much ourselves and justed encourage encourage the attornal learning being the eternal student in. Yeah getting out of the echo chamber echo chamber can be dangerous it can just you know those that tribe can just tell. Tell me or tell us until you know that group what they want to hear and is repeated over and over again and find more things that will to reinforce what that person or that group wants to hear without having to you know challenge learn grow or possibly Change you know And and be open minded open hearted and then actually that can be life threatening to to the individual and the community and you know in the country at large. So i'm i'm all yeah in the world hit large so i'm all for like okay. It's it's it's we're okay about embracing the differences and finding the connection in all of it Whether it's music so hopefully people go on the journey with us when they hear the ep from start to finish. I don't know if people listen to albums the way they used to like where they play it from start to finish. I'm sharing you. That's what i did. I would lay on the floor of my living room with an fold that record and read everything on it and and have the headphones on or or position myself right in the middle of the speaker so got the stereo field. I mean it was an escape for me and hopefully we provide that escape for other people. Yes awesome by look forward to seeing the full release. Thank you letters. Know i know you will thank you for jumping on the podcast second time. Don't really great to share your music on the show. Thank you for coming on shank you for having us. It's really just an honor and a privilege to get to share music with you and your listeners. Thank you thank you cloud bats wrap thank you for tuning into the buzzer podcast. Thank you to the artists on today's show. The show wouldn't happen without your music. Episodes run mondays and tuesdays at ten. 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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"Fbi is mental. I was surprised. I was surprised. But instrumental music is actually one of my favorite song cool. Especially if i'm busy doing something because because my nature and also my bags my background in english On the east. Side i actually. I sometimes get so attached beliefs of a song that i can't really focus on my task at hand so i put on instrumental music so it allows me to let go yes. That's an escape. Yeah and they say it's sometimes speaks martyr your soul because the lyrics are there between you. I agree like we decided to just let their exco that wrote because i just felt like in every creative endeavor i need a game in the in the in the creative endeavor like a game to kind of let our minds of relaxed and and zoom in in kind of ning in veg or whatever and meditate and then and and if it's not a game it's a reflecting point or an introspective moment or a meditative won't depending on the personality and how they you know view themselves and their world like whatever it is. It's a chance for the brain to rest. And so i'm like okay. I just don't feel like the lyrics are allowing the brain to enter reflect on. You know it's it. You know the fun and also the whims the musical. You know Side of of you know what we just propose like the wormhole love song type You know experience. So i'm like okay. We just gotta let the lyrics co and just and just let the brain rest and that's really important to me is just not filling the space all the time that just allowing everyone to kind of reflect at in in the way they need to reflect and giving space and time space time to do to do that brains work in the spirit's work and you know in bringing the emotional and spiritual and musical and artistic self altogether so it was important to me i guess to finally just let the lyrics go and we can always bring them back if we ever do an extended release of of warhol tesseract and we can bring them back but for now we're just like we'll just let it go. I mean production wise. I heard you when you were writing that tesseract that part of the song which became its own track. I i heard you yourself in that melody like you. Would you were playing on ukulele. Our auto harper. Whatever you wrote it on you're singing it over and over and over and i heard you. I was in the other part of house. I heard that melody over and over. No i thought to myself that. Like i have to confess. I have an affinity for the some of those cheesy late sixties. Early seventies acts like the association in the fifth dimension. And they're great. Act actor great accent and i just heard this as like you know some kind of disco fantasia like solid gold dancers her something. That's exactly what i said. It was Where we know. I was i was like like i was going. Wow like eight. It reminded me a brought me back to their. I was like it was in the fifties saw like a lot of plans a lot. A blend of lots of different influences are fee but to me. It's more like a blend of feelings than how cool that's really cool. That is really cool and are almost like almost like an. I also like heard almost like a like a tv theme song for like a you know like every week you'd back in the early seventies are you'd you'd you'd look forward to your. You can only watch your tv show once a week when it was you know and you'd look forward to it and then when you hear that music all boy was exciting and it's almost this song almost has that tv theme quality where it's like. I can picture credits rolling as it's like the number writing Because i grew up. In cleveland in. There's a lake road. It's like the coastal line of of lake erie. And i was thinking about how my biological parents matting in. Or near cleveland dino near lake road and just that coastline of just driving that lake erie coast. But when i was i was you know raised on tv when my mom had to work. You know like one two three jobs and lung and so i looked like michael. I look forward to you. Know these shows and and the theme songs of scrape you know a yeah and so an a lot when i moved to california and i was on the one on one. I'm like i've been here before. And unlike you haven't you've only been here because of television. I think you know and i've just i'm like i've seen this before. Yes because i've seen television film from that was shot here on this road and so i was thinking of michael's parents who then met on the coast of you know drying up and down the one oh one and they have family video restricts together when we were dating up and one doing the doing the the actual code possessor. And so. i'm like this this. This is a song where we're turning in. Were traveling and all of a sudden unlikely pairs. Unlikely people meet enact and then you know An unlikely you know a quirky will you know and it has. The has the same quality like the theme shows like theme songs from shows like great space coaster income cheesy. It's cheesy but we embrace the cheese like that's that's part of us. There's a cheesiness. Yeah i agree. I agree i don't watch tv now. I have watched shouldn't but twenty years but back in high school. I used to high tells home to watch star trek de me too. I grew up watching the original series. And i must have seen every episode of that three times by the time i was nine and then when next generation came out i was i was all in so i never watched star trek but i was i had a. I don't know how. I didn't know how to get that. That on on the tv that we had so the show that i could get was It was lost in space and buck rogers and so those were mine. Twos and okay. I cannot wait for injure ranger will robinson the theme song for buck rogers. I don't remember. Oh i love. I love that show. Yeah they're different. But you know it the buck rogers with i think michael get this. I would put my cloaking device when my brothers put that on.

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"He replaced pete best's on drums. The band had fired best the day before. And the rest is history. Mike and mandy are back on the podcast for the second spot mike. Humanity are an american indie dual based in los angeles. The group comprises producer writer. Mike and singer songwriter mandy. They mixed indie rock new wave post punk lo fi dream pop downtown ample all country and reggae in short. You can't define the russa great pair and a great chat enjoy the show. Hi mike and mandy. Thank you again for coming. On the show very kerry harming us again. Great to be back. You guys have been very busy since you were last on the podcasts. More busy than we expected to be with the different with everything starting to open backup from from being locked at home. And so there's been all kinds of of work opportunities and and That we didn't expect and and And and we've resumed. gigs are tribute act. That you know that our cover act and so and so but we still managed to get some new new material out there. Very busy Yet so the cover actor you're doing performances in california right now up and down the coast. We've actually traveled and and That's been an experience in itself traveling pandemic. it's it's definitely a managing your anxiety levels be different. Yeah but this getting and you're also getting booked in on the acting side. Yes in fact. We are both going to be in a show. A large outdoor theater here in l. a. In in some summer in the summer late summer summer fall. And you get to be together which is not often the case. So it's It's you know things are things are happening in working out really great. Oh good good for those. Who don't know it might command your husband and wife. yes yeah it is very uncommon for a couple to get the same format gig It is and we were lucky to do something together. At the beginning of the pandemic that was all broadcast on zoom and youtube. And now we get to do something live together so it's It's just great that at all you know is working out. We're very grateful very. Yeah so you have put covers. And you're releasing an ep at some point before the fall. Yes and The first cover on the ep is love song. You have a lot of great reviews on that you love song has gone over very well. People seem to really like it. And because we you know. I i like to take cover and do them in a completely different way and it was mad. He's vision on how to do this but then she came to me and but then we even turn that on its head to while we doing it and and and also the video has a great story behind it because we right before everything shut down. We had the opportunity to To tour jet propulsion laboratory where they build the. The rovers drive on mars and things like that. Yeah and we got to go into the control room and see where they're actually sending messages to these spacecraft and receiving messages back and and while we were in there. I don't even think we recorded the song yet. Mandy was like we need. we need. We need to grab some footage in here for the video. We need to grab footage for the video so the video is like this sci-fi major. Tom david bowie sort of story. That really works well with the song. I wanted him to sit down at the control tower and act like he was talking to me like i was lost in space or something. He looked at me. Like i was so crazy lately. Normal story historian marriage. Yes please just sit there please. And just pick up the phone at and look at the computer. And he's like. Oh my gosh. And i'm like and go and taping. And then he's like because there are people you know there are people around talking to spaceships in on the other computers and i felt very uncomfortable. Like i'm using their space in the corner and no one was paying attention. And i'm like just do it again. Please commit in addition just pretend. You're auditioning pro commercial. Just just please like and and then He did kind of an in. It worked for the video. Cassette it now. We have like like actual footage of him in the control booth talking to me and some of the green screened after after the shutdown we actually we built a green screen in our in our living room and shot all the all the outer space footage and some of the control room footage with the green screen so projects during the pandemic A couple of other Cover songs and so it was. It was quite a adventure in in every way from start to finish. This seems like it saw the video. Pretty cool pretty cool. Didn't know the background now. The background you guys are so different we candy. And every song is a little different to although the epa is starting to come together and have a little bit of a shape. That is like okay. Because some of the songs we've released were like ask just doesn't fit in with everything else. Yeah you told me about that. Suraj she coming up. We're coming up to track one which wormhole track one It's an original going to be on the ep as well and somewhat tied to The love song is not yes. Yeah mandy when you talk about how you came up with it or okay. Yes so Towards the beginning of the pandemic we were We adjust on a friday night. We adjust shot Some of the last Footage green screen of of our love song music video and then the next day i wrote Warm hall And i was trying to end of the love song video. We fly into you. Know we kind of dissolve into the universe we fly through this wormhole and into a into a a pure white light and we dissolve when i house trying to we were. I was thinking while i was writing. Warhol's like we're trying to outrun space and time in the wormhole and were were able to in the song. Because this this song that wormhole the song that i wrote is in this song. It's like a sci-fi song or abe in a love song at the same time we're able to transcend space and time and it's like this ethereal kind of material that we're able to You know it doesn't matter. If it's a rotating wormhole or a hole or an unrelenting a rotating black hole were able to go through it Come another side better. It's like time has passed so this is like obviously my imagination Thinking about michael and just all the in the weight of the pandemic at the time and All the things that we had to go through So the song is just about the present the future in the past all coming together the journeying back and forth freely An reflecting on on the brevity of life in the transcending Space time and and love and.

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Costume Designer and Emmy Nominee Jeriana San Juan Talks HALSTON

Look Behind The Look

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Costume Designer and Emmy Nominee Jeriana San Juan Talks HALSTON

"Are the first costume designer. That i am speaking to on this podcast which i realized i usually talk to make up and hair and that was my first season. Because that's my world and you know so. This is super exciting for my listeners. Because we're diving into the epitome of fashion right now and so i can't think of a better place to begin in our costume. Design exploration with halston. None other than halston so just. I don't know where to begin. Tell me everything. How did this beautiful project come into your life. And how did it begin. I know killer films is The genesis of it correct correct miller films daniel manahan our director who has been trying to make this movie for twenty years so it was sort of this wonderful marriage between killer films and ryan murphy to finally sort of give birth to it and bring it to life on net flicks and mandy same. Really feel like it. I mean so. I'm so grateful that that this show was even thought of to be made. Truly i mean before even when it came into my lap. I just thought while this is the kind of show. I wanna watch right. So that's what really drew me to it. I mean at sides. In fact that it was halston and i am a halston fan. You know i love his work. Love elsa peretti's work. I love this particular time in session history and i felt like it really offered so much in would be such a feast. You know for me to be able to design and gift. So i really am was like a moth to a flame. Actress really wanted to be a part of ed's so i'm very grateful to have been invited to the

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"mandy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"When mandy moved to france with two young children she felt isolated and found herself drinking. Even more we say connection is the opposite of addiction because if we don't develop relationships with people than we tend to develop a relationship with alcohol or drugs she did. I experience a bit of sober curiosity when she met her sister-in-law who didn't drink has sister-in-law loves music went to festivals and seem to be perfectly happy all without boos. What's a mystery eventually. Mandy reached out to sober roosters and she found belonging to a community. A great help the relief of talking to others who don't judge people who understand you straight away and if somebody wants to get started on this journey we both agreed that finding a community is an essential first step we both love the sobek curious movement and think it will help many people his so much easier to self identify as being merely soba curious russell's than having a problem monte said that many people seem to be wasting to sort out other pulse of their life before they stopped drinking but in fact i believe it was much better the other way round stop during king and then you'll get the clarity of thought to build to examine the other parts of your life. Maybe you need to look at your eating patterns. Maybe you need to implement an exercise program. Maybe not very happy in your career. We can look at those things so much easier. When so some andy is now four years sober and thriving in how coal free life. She has better relationships with husbands and children. She sleeps spicer and she's made a career change. She stressed sobriety will not make life perfect. But it will enable you to develop the resilience to deal with your problems. Unlike many of us drink has mandates life it got very narrow and we both agreed. Sobriety has opened our life to so.

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Brits Drinking in France With Mandy Manners

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Brits Drinking in France With Mandy Manners

"Let's talk about drinking. shall we let some. i think you like minneapolis. He started drinking as a teenager. I mean how old were you when you. How do i drink. Ooh this is nice. Well interestingly. I didn't like it when i fast drank I started young probably like fourteen. I think tried it Probably end of primary schools. Eleven twelve know very much. A kind of mischievous kid you from the fourteen kind of regularly binge drinking the weekends in the park Making weed as well and you know quickly progress of kind of recreational drugs as well as a young person and it was at that time. I said i didn't like it because i didn't like being out of control. So lay like yeah. I didn't like how it changed. People used to make me quite angry at that time. Even at that point. I so self identified like i stopped drinking white wine when i was probably like fifteen until i was like twenty because it made me really angry so i think i had a kind of conscious awareness of this thing but i you know so desperately wanted to be liked and to belong. The you know any kind of reasoning. That it probably wasn't a good idea of family per on the back burner. But yeah i mean i didn't really it. Drinking didn't really become a problem for me until after i had my kids Before that you know it was kind of. I mean it was matic like i was binge drinking you know. I mean we used do horrible things like you know. Make us sick so we could drink more just and that was very much. Just kinda normalized nine hundred british culture just like gang apps like you know those kind of. Let's get wasted. Let let's get bothered. Let the language around it was just like let's get out of our heads. Let's get completely you know gone

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Colts CEO, Jim Irsay, Buys Guitar Used to Record 'Don't Stop Believin'

Mandy Connell

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Colts CEO, Jim Irsay, Buys Guitar Used to Record 'Don't Stop Believin'

"To record that smash hit. Don't Stop Believin is going to a new home. Indianapolis Colts CEO Jim Irsay says he bought the guitar that was used by Journeys. Neil Sean. Piece of music history went for $250,000. It was a modified black 1977 Gibson Les Paul Chang autographed it. Our next update

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MTV Bringing Back Hit TV Series 'Cribs'

Mandy Connell

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

MTV Bringing Back Hit TV Series 'Cribs'

"Is bringing back its iconic series cribs. On Wednesday, the network announced the return of the show, which gives viewers an inside and outside tour of lavish celebrity homes. Among the rappers appearing on the program or Big shot, and Rick Ross cribs will return to MTV. With all new episodes. August 11th

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Dangerous 'Jackass' Stunt for Shark Week Ends With Bloody Shark Bite

Mandy Connell

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Dangerous 'Jackass' Stunt for Shark Week Ends With Bloody Shark Bite

"Bloody after day one. The guys from Jackass we're doing a wakeboarding stunt when their friend got bit on his arm. He's okay and said he didn't blame the Sharks. He points out. He was in their living room, and it was dinnertime. Shark week runs for eight days, with other guests taking to the water such as William Shatner, all

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Eric Adams on Projected Win, Curbing Crime and Ending "Inequalities"

Mandy Connell

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Eric Adams on Projected Win, Curbing Crime and Ending "Inequalities"

"On stopping crime and violence of former police captain has been declared the winner of New York City mayoral Democratic primary. Eric Adams promises to be tough on crime and end racial injustice and policing. He's going to face Republican candidate Curtis Sliwa in November.

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Getting Vulnerable With Psychologist Laura Goldstein

Beyond Picket Fences

02:26 min | 1 year ago

Getting Vulnerable With Psychologist Laura Goldstein

"I think we are going to dive right into the discomfort of the subject of being vulnerable sheila. Let's just notice that as we just stay that word being feeling being vulnerable just pause notice. What does that. Where does that show up in your body. Feel that in your body. We're going to be vulnerable. What's the first the first place you feel that in stomach stomach. What about you mandy. Radio feel that when you save owner ability it like this picture. I have is like being alone in a corner so to me. It just like the feeling of loneliness as where it took me well. That's a perfect place to to to just start with that conversation because his word vulnerability. I think it's used a lot these days than i credit that to bring brown who has just given this show the world this platform to be able to talk about vulnerability and the first place. We have to look inside of ourselves and just notice and just as justice in. How long did that take. It took you. I don't know fifteen seconds to pause to realize what naomi your went right to your stomach i to have that shared stomach place as a place of that talks to me and tells me that. Oh here comes something. That's hard and many. You went right to a visual of being alone in a corner and that vulnerability that message to your system. Means i have to be alone and so i would save right there like those are just beautiful places to just to recognize with inside of yourself and the conversation about what it means to be vulnerable and really you know being alone or uncomfortable. It doesn't have to be that way that we can really and that's what. I just adore about brown. She's really just turned this concept of vulnerability upside down to what the original meaning or definition was in the contract of own ability to really educate and she so so many so much data and that's why we love her in the therapy world because she does have research data and numbers to support these concepts that vulnerability really brings connected brings connected energy and brings us united.

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"mandy" Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on Life Together

"Is to always be julie ole. I always remember from our previous weeks that that dan talked about god's unshakable joy. This isn't a feeling of happiness. Like i feel happy all the time. Joyful life is great. i'm joyful no. This is an unshakeable joy. That is a gift from god. Because we're depending on god as our source of joy and not our own feelings of happiness and that life is all going well around us. That's not joy that's false false ajoy. We can always be joyful. Because it's deep rooted and long lasting delight that we find in jesus himself and he never runs out of joy. Another another bible version says it like this says. Rejoice always and rejoicing is much more than a feeling. This is an action. We can rejoice in the midst of stress. I don't know about you. But i've had those days where i'm just like grumbly grumbly grumbly grumbly and i hear the lord say mandy. Thank me for something mandy. How 'bout you start singing a pray song.

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 1 year ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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Teens Drove Increase in Suspected Suicide Attempts During Pandemic

Mandy Connell

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Teens Drove Increase in Suspected Suicide Attempts During Pandemic

"Attempts at the beginning of the pandemic. Suicide related emergency department visits dropped. But now the CDC is reporting suspected suicide attempts among teenagers rose later in the Pandemic in 2021 the uptick especially pronounced among teenage girls, with the CDC, reporting of 51% rise in suspected suicide attempts among girls 12 to 17 years old from February to March of this year. Compared to 2019, there was a 4% rise among boys. The CDC is urging parents to watch for signs of suicide risk like stone ABC nears If you are struggling with thoughts of

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Is the Bitcoin Supercycle Theory Dead?

The Breakdown with NLW

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Is the Bitcoin Supercycle Theory Dead?

"Today. You're looking at the super cycle theory and weather. Recent price action means that. We need to just banish it to the dust heap of history. There is nothing that people love more than telling you when things go badly that that is real life that all the excitement dreaming and optimism is fake and that the disappointment is real by those metrics. That last couple of weeks have been the realist of this cycle. Bitcoin has limited listlessly along for months. Since it's early to mid april highs and it felt even before the parade of over the last couple of weeks that some momentum had been lost maybe it was not enough new institutions buying or at least not buying fast enough for publicly enough. Maybe it was more of the trader and wail attention shifting to a theory defy dog coins. Whatever the case the scene was set for some executives force to push the mood and consequently the price even lower and along that came perfectly in the form of the fickle friend that loki. Trickster himself elon. Musk after helping. Drive the price from the high thirty thousand to sixty thousand thanks to tesla's big bitcoin by eu on effectively took it all back when he announced tesla was reversing course on bitcoin payments for vehicles due to environmental concerns that was followed up with china fudd insignificant seeming at first when it was just reuters sensationalizing policy that had been enacted for years earlier but it became much more significant when it was the vice premier of china talking about bitcoin mining bands from the highest echelons more significant still was when it was minors rapidly disgorging themselves of bitcoin and even in some cases mining machines in order to have capital to swiftly pick up and move operations should things manifest that minor selling drove. Another wave of price declines over the weekend. Although this time it was driven by spot selling not just liquidations and mandy last week can feel really really bleak. I was watching on twitter. And i saw desperation capitulation. Just real glumness. None of that fun. Bravado that crypto twitter does so well. In fact i saw a few people comment that it felt like a full bear cycle hyper compressed in a couple of days and that's not inaccurate

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What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

Planet Money

01:55 min | 1 year ago

What You Need to Know About the FireEye Hack

"You're on the breaking news. Investigative team here at npr. And you've spent months working on this story. So why don't you just pick up where we left off a with kevin mandy the ceo of fireeye. Right he's realized there's somebody who's not an employee who's inside their network and that's a problem so we had several weeks where i'm sitting there going boy. I wonder how they broke in. And it is a terrible nag dina. What's responding to a breach anywhere whether your own house or someone else's house and you don't know how broken so fire is in the business of trying to figure out exactly that kind of thing and that's what other companies typically pay them to do and what they do is they try to think back to. What the earliest evidence of compromise could be. You know like where they might have seen some sort of stranger in their network or where that stranger could come in and they trace this back literally for weeks and they think it all started with some software from a company called solar wizz so at that point the only logical conclusion that i drew was sump. Draw the solar wind server solar winds. We know now. That's what this big that this whole story is about came to be called the solar winds hack and i'm going to be honest with you. I've been sort of following that story. But i don't think i've ever really understood. Like what is solar winds. What is solar winds is a software company and they make a bunch of different kinds of software. But the one. That's at the center of this story is a software they make to manage computer networks cry so nothing to do with either the sun or the wind from thinking alternative energy. I'm entirely in the wrong universe entirely in the wrong. I have no idea what kind of how they came up with the name. But can i can tell you is that. It's what's called network management software. This is what. It people use basically so they can keep an eye on the entire network

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Wet Notes  5-6-2021

Scuba Shack Radio

07:50 min | 1 year ago

Wet Notes 5-6-2021

"This is wet. Notes here on scooby. Shock radio for may six two thousand and twenty one. I want to start off today with a story. That is a bit of personal meaning to me. And that's a story about what some recreational divers found while diving out in hawaii. Awful and i. Now i have quite a few dives out there. Awful and i and these divers found some unexploded world war two era ordinance. They found two bombs. One was at seventy four feet and the other one was at ninety four feet. The divers immediately notified to hawaii division of aquatic research. Who went out to investigate it and confirmed it was unexploded ordinance the report indicated that the munitions were about three hundred yards offshore. The exact location wasn't disclosed when but it may be in the area of the first and second cathedrals again personal for me. Because i have probably about at least twenty. Five dives onto cathedrals as of now. There aren't any more updates and there was no mention on the divers website and they run many charters out to the site. Let's see where this goes. I recently checked out the four ocean blog to see if there was anything of interest will there was a lot but one thing did pique. My interest for ocean occasionally does a blog on plastics around the world. And that's where they identify articles or stories that talk about the plastic crisis facing the world. Now one article was from interesting engineering and it was written by deora as deamer and this was about plastic eating mushrooms. Yes certain types of fungi can ingest and eat plastic apparently in two thousand eleven some yale researchers discovered rare mushroom in the amazon forest and it was able to digest and break down plastics. One of the scenarios suggest that these plastic eating mushrooms could be placed at the bottom of landfills interesting over the years. There have been various successful experiments. So what's the holdup perhaps speed. It takes times for the mushrooms to eat and digest the plastic and there's also competition for other investment now. Here's a bit of disturbing news that i saw from dima apparently there's going to be a virtual meeting of the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission or dfw see on may twelfth and thirteenth one of the topics on may twelfth. I think it is a two. Our discussion is to review and update the goliath grouper. Now this review is to look at if they should allow a limited highly. Regulated harvest of the goliath grouper. Why well that's a really good question now if you go out to the f. w. website you'll be able to find a detailed Presentation on this review. Even if the science holds up and supports the harvest. I would have to ask if the enforcement is of a regulated harvest. Dean feels that. The economic value of the goliath grouper are better served without any harvest and continue the protection they currently have. Sos thousand island. Well what's that all about. Well for those of you are familiar with the saint lawrence seaway in the thousand island region. Sos stands for save ontario shipwreck thousand island chapter now. This was reported in scuba news. Sos thousand island wants to create an artificial reef off of brockville in canada. Why are they making such a bold proposal. Were there are three main objectives. I an artificial reef will reduce the pressure on the local historic wooden shipwrecks and then second. An artificial reef can preserve the maritime history of ships that had been destined for scrap and finally this effort will assist the local aquarium in promoting maritime heritage and discovery. This is still a long way off but there is some good news in that day of identified a ship that could be used and it is the former canadian coast. Guard vessel the c. c. g. s. mont. Mandy now this ship was built in one thousand nine hundred sixty three and it was decommissioned and sold in nineteen ninety nine. Let's see where this one goes. Well here's something that. I just saw from patty. I think it was on the patty pro blog. Patty women's dive day. Two thousand and twenty one is coming and the tagline on the blog was celebrate the connection between mandy and the ocean. This year's patty women's dive day is july seventeenth 2021. This event started six years ago in two thousand and fifteen and it was started as a way to encourage more female participation in sport scuba diving to date there have been over four thousand patty women's dive day events in over one hundred countries. I'm sure last year was a little tough to get events planned and executed safely this year. More places are opening and travel is picking up. Everyone can participate be on the lookout for patty women's dive day event in your local area or maybe even travel to a nice destination to participate and finally today. I thought i'd give everyone and update on traveling. To the bahamas. As of may first the bahamas ministry of health has released new guidelines for entry departure. I if you are fully vaccinated for covid nineteen that's two weeks from your final. Does you don't need a covid. Nineteen tests prior to entry. Nor do you need to fill out the daily health questionnaire or get a covert test. After your fifth day on the island. You'll still need to apply for the bahamas. Health visa prior to entry. And you still need to get a covert test before travelling back to the united states. Now we're heading to nassau a may twenty six th so these changes make things a whole lot simpler. Hopefully more countries will open up. Like the bahamas. Well that's it for wet notes on may six two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shack radio

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"I really do love the saw a great. I love it too every every song mandy rights. I have to love it to want to spend a month with it or more take married right. Yes i'm only joking. No actually i love it. And i was so pumped That female fronted hard rock. I know there's a drought there. There's no drought there like i. I like to see more. Women are born timothy on really ended speaking speaking of another another band that mandy and i bonded over it was heart khanate. Another more canadians. But and and nancy wilson and just we like they. I mean we and we saw them live in twenty twenty. You probably saw in their heyday. We saw them in two thousand nineteen. We're still amazing. And now they do zeppelin better than zeppelin ever did. Cannibal incredible incredible. We got to see. I mean i just didn't. I'm enamored with with heart with stevie nicks monammad with you know in even the nineties and early two thousand modern rockers. More set and in the cranberries on. Just i'm enamored and enough out of the. I really enjoy the hard rock. Because i think it's their -peutic i think i need to. I need to be uplifted. And one song i need to feel unconditional pure love and be transform to another otherworldly place but then i also need a asong outlook an outlet for for whatever it's therapeutic to have a. You know to have a good song. That just gets you know gets a raw music for me. Growing up was an escape and an outlet. You know like whatever was going like you know. Nobody has a perfect upbringing. And and for my outlet my info didn't become drugs so much as it did like self expression through playing music and listening to music like coming home with the ten lp that. I bought that day and lying on the floor and the perfect spot between the speakers. So that the stereo field would would would happen in the middle of my head and reading the reading of the gate sleeve and just lying there and being transported by the music. That's just like that's what we hope to do for others. It was definitely an escape. And no i did see. The concert was great i but not in their. Hey day actually we're with By older older sisters friends and I didn't do be honest with you. There were okay live But i did love their muse. Oh yes this. Love to lovely so Fans wanna fall you after this. I hope at what. So where's the best where you most act at my most active on instagram twitter To i would say to places. I would probably our youtube is one of the best places. And then you know spotify. Even though even though the the spotify streams might not pay a whole lot. You know we're just we're thrilled. Every time we count up. How many countries are listening to up to us anywhere up to like forty four now and and it's all yeah and it's also like other people were kind of will will give you a chance based on whether or not you have a certain number of streams and if that stream gives over a thousand then more people are like oh i'll give us a listen and like if people if people all alarms with with that may i. I look for somebody that like. I look for the music. What he's heard. And i don't get that i don't get that it's like a mentality. I the other people listen to it before i actually give it a. I think it's not. I will see you're like me. Should i always wanted to be the first to discover the new artists and most everybody else is like no. The new artists have to prove themselves. Before i will listen. I'm putting out the visa and they miss a lot of great music. I know you'll also so true. Also we love the down you know if someone were able to pay ninety nine cents for a download that really helps on itunes or band campers that any anything pretty much find us by searching mike and mandy music. There is another acting mike and mandy on the east coast of the united states. But but you can generally find us most places by by searching mike and mandy music or search mike and mandy in the name of one of our songs mike and mandy ricochet mike mandy. Australian ashton awesome great. Thank you so much youtube. Mike lynn for coming on board. It was really fun to you. I think we can talk for hours. But then you'd never get to your recording your next one. So and your own creative endeavors. Okay we know you're a creative too so it's just cool to be able to talk to kindred spirit. Yeah cool i actually. That's what i like. Both of the podcast during the podcast is getting into the the talk about. What's behind the music. Of what made them happen and how they started. Have some people started when they were adults How some people had completely musical family helps on the like Like you mike in the house. Some people like you mandy does nothing like there was nothing with me. about Music was my escape. Became if it was my way to Without going into my way to get away. Like peter pan and it'll always be my peter pan on so Yeah so it was awesome having you on the show and look forward to having you back and we have great stuff coming out and thank you for your time you so much. Well thank y'all for tuning in next episode mongrel dogs mongrel dogs are original rock band from london. Uk formed in two thousand fifteen and comprising members from all around the globe. The band explored several rock sub genres. Blues hardrock Psychedelic and classic rock without being defined by one in particular. Their songwriter reflects a lifestyle. They lead as young artist. Living in a big city night lives relationships and personal experiences. So catch you at the pod. Next episode on air indeed on my pad two yards over the airways subscribe at the buzzer pod. Dot com cheers..

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"No saying yeah. I love the whole world. No yeah they did a good response Did do a good response. But i joel matter how our leader respond no matter what they're doing out there. I think they're only human beings in the did what they felt that they could do at zero. Snow is cubs gender personal. But we're going to listen to ashtray net since a great song Your compute and you're always have the choice than on your face can replace since you maintain. Call it what you wanted. No strain a br a..

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"For sure. sure so. let's talk a bit about you. Managed background what. What instruments do each of you play are. What's your favorite incident play. artist mouthy play a multitude of instruments. And when did you start. Well you know mandy says there there were. There weren't any musicians in her family that that at least that we know but i I started by at a very musical family. I had a you know. My my mother's cousin is an op. Was an opera singer and my family might. My grandmother had the piano in the home. And and people you know and like in the days pre radio would would gather around the piano and and saying to sheet music and my so. My mother started me on piano lessons when i was six and fortunate or not I had a piano teacher that she found that was a boogie. Woogie blues player name of jack bowers and he was very influential to me because he you know he. He taught me to read music and then almost immediately pivoted towards like okay. So what are you gonna write. What are you gonna. what are you gonna make up. You've got all these black and white keys staring at you. You've got so many possibilities. What are you going to do and and so you know at age. I guess i started around six. And and you know around age. Seven or i had written my first song and and from there like i didn't really get the technique i am not an excellent instrumentalist but i you know. I did study jazz improv. I had a great jazz improv. Teacher community college. A ray brown who had toured with the stan kenton. Big not rebrand. The bassist ray brown the trumpeter and utah jazz improv us very influential and and you know and and that's what led my friends and i to form a band a punk band which became a scott and by the time i was thirteen And you that was my spending money okay. I can't have your thirteen. Where we we played a lot of parties high school parties garages and living rooms. But then we played a lot of clubs. There was actually two underage clubs in town in santa cruz. California where we where we could play and you know there was. There was a juice bar but no alcohol and then we played some clubs where we were allowed on the stage but not in the house because we were too young to be in the house. That's why i was asking is pretty good last five. We didn't you know there's a lot of things that we could have done. Better you know but And i and i was devastated when we broke up but Here we are today. Still able to mandy and i are able to make music and and put it out there. Which is you know seemed so such a remote possibility back then back then it was about being discovered by some are person who might develop you and you know and now it's like no you just do it yourself. Which is that old punk thing coming back. Yeah you do have to. You've been on radio but now you're just like i. I miss radio. I'm going to do a podcast. I well it was a multiple things radio. I've always been a loveless radio and audio conversations. The more intimate the voice voice for radio. You sound like you sound like a great rock. Dj like you should. you should be saying. Here's a track from fleetwood mac. Yeah i haven't actually favorite genre. Rock connotes you're not brock but okay. I'll put that. I do ever want to work for the man they were but they say that. So let's talk about the track. You're going to hear next are you now. Mattie wrote that having that come about you wrote it. It was the first song i wrote during the pandemic i. One of my friends said that she tested positive for covid and couldn't reach her for several days in i was concerned in also reach a of other people that i was concerned about And so i started You know thinking about what i would want to say to her. And then what i would want to say to a couple of other people in my heart and then just what i would want to say to you. Know different folks. You know. In general that i had may be seen on the news during that time and i started kind of imagining like my mind was like a cameron doing a montage and like in a movie and going from one scene to the next just visiting them and i and wanting to send a message of unfailing love and compassion and mercy and you know you're not alone just to break through the isolation in disconnect many of us were experiencing even before that time but especially during that time. In what i. What i loved is how you you kind of you know. Even though that's where the the germ started was with the pandemic in the and the disconnect and the isolation like you really made it about abroad or type of isolation you know sell the self isolation of of of of addiction and other things and you so you. It's an. I mean that's what songs do is start start specific but then really touch on universality themes themes of university. It was definitely meant to be universal for everyone at any time Because you know anyone can feel isolated or disconnected at any moment and so when i was writing it was just i was feeling a sense of pure wealth and and timelessness and other worldliness just hoping to give a message of peace and serenity. Obviously you know. I i did see in one scene. You know someone on a ventilator and you know the only and i imagine you know the song being like an angel whispering in their ear that maybe their loved ones couldn't visit them in the room early in the pendulum. Yeah maybe a. My voice could be like an angel. Just you know Just whispering hope and keep going and strength and encouragement in their ears. They were hope hopefully recovering. So yeah you definitely got the message across the amazing drug. Thank you amber gonna listen to. Are you now.

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"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"We have our window open. So maybe we'll hear the that like to hang out near our house. Yeah that's cool of a. The bird is called showers. And george is now an honorary curator for the show because despite every attempt to keep quiet he loves it but he's my sunny studio and when i'm playing music he starts to say a short of getting amount of the sunniest room of the house. I which i will do. He's part of some appreciate you giving a match that so talk about your music. You're putting out great stuff man. We're going to be listening to three tracks. That came out eric. So gives us a bit about your background. Had to choose to start making music together Well it's difficult to talk about our musical background without talking about our relationship we met and started dating and even an and before we we were writing music while we were dating where we thought right it was. I think i came back from. I was out of town for a bit. And i came back and i had a melody and you had a baseline and we. We were still dating but we recorded. I would say about two thirds of the song a half to two thirds of the song in your closet in your apartment in a room and unfortunately that's lost on a hard drive and then he got discouraged. I think it'd go to skirt out doing that and doing collaborating. We met we we both. We met a we. We live in los angeles. We met in los angeles and we're both parts of like all different aspects of the entertainment industry but At both actors and and we both got discouraged but with that hard drive crash and then so we both kind of soda more into the other sides of things but we're really grateful to be getting back to music now because both of us have a long history of music in our lives and what type of actions you do see it or or was filmed dna. Whoever's gonna pay us. We followed the paid. You're not supposed to say that i know. But that's but but that's that's the truth that nobody wants to say here. Yeah a little bit a little bit. Everything you know their work. I were both members of actors equity and and screen actors guild seig after and you know like mandy spin on the curb your enthusiasm. I have a few big commercials to my name including one where i air drum to a famous canadian band by the name of rush so i was in a volkswagen and and I had to. I had to learn. Neil pertz drum park to fly by night and play it in the volkswagen. It's so it was fun really fun. It's been a really fun. I love the tile. He's just my gosh amazing as stan. I wasn't even a really hard Of all the genres of music. That i've listened to in my life like i have made a brief foray into hard. Rock was never really a big fan like the whole hair. Metal thing in the eighties passed me by. But was there an album by rush. I owned at home. Yes absolutely. I had to have tom sawyer. And y z. I had to have those songs. And now he has fifteen hundred. Lp's like online collector. Some of them. I've had school. That's amazing. I collect vinyl c i yeah yeah so i love going to. The record shops and finding getting mind is amazing. I two other friends in the three of us used to joke in high school that we thought we were keeping our used record store and business between the three of us feeling of just digging through the the crates in the bins. And finding a gem of anomaly. You've either wanted for years or or or or you've heard mythical stories about and then all of a sudden you're staring at it and and its price less than you would expect and you just you feel like you're getting away with yes some some of them don't price it tomorrow right and it's getting i find so i definitely agree with you. I prefer to listen to music. Vinyl any day of the week And actually some india. And i have met in my journey coin on the air have released vinyl and purchased a. They're a release. It sounds great. I'm as ned such address. Oh release vinyl. Yeah yeah is that a challenge but it might become a a an affordable format if more are just off for just like anything else. And i personally. I love to own my music. I because there's cert their songs that just resonate with you at different points in your life. And just like i need to. I need to own that. Know that it's always gonna be there. I mean streaming is is is wonderful and great for the access it gives to the artists and it gives to the to the public of you can every anything at your fingertips but for those really special songs. I i have to know that. I can just go and get it and and and read about it and so you just you just gave it a busy lead into your influence. So let's talk about bat. What music did was. What's on your plate boy mandy. It's funny when i. When i grew up there were no musicians and my family so i didn't have like a music mentor like helping me learn an instrument or anything but what i did have was a lot of different people taking care of me because while my mom worked like one two three jobs so like you know my my grandmother loved the rat pack and country and elvis and you know i even went over to her house and she had the three tenors blaring utter stereo. Like you never knew what she was. Gonna listen to. My grandfather loved the rat. Pack an old country but my aunt listened to the buzzard. fm five or whatever It it broke a lot. A lot of major acts. Like you know rush. And bruce springsteen fleetwood mac and boston. And so i remember my. My grandfather came home from work really late and he had There's this one. Dj that would just sign off with born to run. Every time at fifty five fifty five on a friday night and my grandfather like came home from work and he was like literally performing it for me. You know bordering on. We both used to lip sake to albums growing up lips Artist right right right absolutely lip synching and just being lost in the music and But i then i then. I gravitated to you know on what was on. My stereo was anything from pink. Floyd to verity to mozart to one of my favorite jazz singers. Nancy wilson..

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"mandy" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"mandy" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life

"Have a sustainable lifestyle. Where you know. I'm not restricting. Myself of of things. That i actually do enjoy but also developing a discipline and just an understanding of like how i can maintain sort of a physique that i'm okay with Working towards something that's like that better Treating my body nice fleet in the sense of like i'm taking care of it by like my food choices and then just being able to sustain not and maintain not in And you know i do. I do plan workouts. And we'll coach them in the gems side of things and you know the mental And emotional sort of side of things that comes with all of this but but it was really the nutrition with that was like this is where there's the biggest need and where. I think that i can help the most. And so i started taking on clients More more clients starting in two thousand seventeen and you know. I've i've gone through times where i've had more or you know not had very many just based on what's going on in in my life and the economy in the world and and stuff but but i've consistently you know worked with people on On you know developing the that mindset in improving their bodies and yeah. It's something that. I don't see that i will ever stop doing in some form or fashion. You like a business simmer to to my show to help build the project of embiid in find that goal in in in using fitness as their project which is awesome. And one of the reasons why i definitely wanted to get you on the show and mandy before i let you go if you could give just a tad bit of advice to those that are listening that are looking to take control of their health and fitness. What would you tell them Baby steps do you know. Do your research ahead of time. But don't feel like you have to take on everything at once and And do your research and if that's not you know if that's not something that you think that that like you are the asset doing personally. Don't be afraid to like ask for help. And you know Hiring a coach That that has like got experiencing who can teach you you know and like they've done the research for you. May they've put in the practice you know they've put in the practice for you Is you know is is one route to go Or even you know a friend or something Have a you know. Be realistic and And if you can any sort of community that you have to you know to go through something with you to just support you to Hold you accountable is always helpful. Awesome many and where can.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Door dash is available at participating restaurants I heart radio goes one on one with him across to talk about the live show thirty for a lot of anybody ever gets in this business it's not about one to play live that's the evidence of everybody wanna be a rockstar stick around for the thousands of people would have the Taurus correct up and slowing its wealth and all that stuff but it's always great I love you know for me it you know design in stages and all that stuff on the lighting show and all that fun to face get a kick out of that the first and foremost thing for me is it sound great I want everything to sound as great as I can make it sound wanted to sound it's close to the records are good at the sound of the energy and excitement everybody wants but they would have to do is just walk out there and there's a sort of a son spoke a contract between you and the audience that you just got us both sort of similar to this conducive environment let the music take over and sort of just fall into the river together I think that that's what you look for in zero most nights it happens some nights it doesn't but those are the nights it's you do you really live for play keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists I heart radio goes one on one with him across to talk about the live show eight thirty for a lot of anybody ever gets in this business it's not about one to play live that's the evidence of everybody wanna be a rockstar stick around for the thousands of people who have the Taurus correct up swing and sweat and all that stuff but it's always great I love you know for me it you know design in stages and all that fun to the lighting show and all that fun and fans get a kick out of that the first and foremost thing for me is it sound great I want everything to sound as great as I can make it sound wanted to sound it's close to the records are good at the sound of the energy and excitement everybody wants but they would have to do is just walk out there and there's a sort of a son spoke a contract between you and the audience that you just got us both sort of similar to this conducive environment let the music take over and sort of just fall into the river together I think that that's what you look for zero most nights it happens sometimes it doesn't but those are the nights it's you you really live for play keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists Mandy Connell.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"No chance news the pillow but I found was very comfortable I sucked on my side on it if I'm physically exhausted say I've had have gone on a really big hike in the summer you know you do like a fiver eight mile hike in your physically exhausted I can sleep on my back but other than that not happen just hang on crystal hi Mandy I one yogi how are you I'm doing well thank you what do you call in about thirty seconds to want to hang on or do you want to go now I can now I am a side sleeper because if I sleep on my back I will throw my back out because I admit I would love to sleep on my back but I threw my back out because I have a jacket back there I have to be a side sleeper so I make my color for I have a special pillow that I need for side sleepers although I keep telling my husband my Cologne I'm gonna get my own my tele now and I'm gonna use that because that's the best thing for side sleepers there you go I'll try it out I'm not above anything I appreciate it I'll talk to you soon lady David Hale a studio what's coming up in the news okay Mandy hot first of all let's talk about the importance what what how do you sleep side sleeper back sleeper front sleeper front so make yeah we were working with people or so bizarre I can fall asleep on my back but I'm on my stomach and no pillow at all hello my gosh what do you have your comments on on the bed no no first on the bed there's nothing wrong with that you know right now Dave before yeah now I'm just saying no what's hospital profits are increasing in some places in the state but reforms aren't working for all Colorado patience and a former Denver arch bishop calling it a career from the east coast that more coming up at two one KO a Colorado buster back in boulder hi this is voice loss mark Johnson number twenty three see you.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mike Rosen from Mandy Mandy will be back on Monday tomorrow will be doing and that's working Christmas kinds of things and that way other than our news people everybody else can have the day off and then Thursday and Friday I'll be here as well on more serious matters they were just having fun I've been doing this for what when radio for forty years I've been doing this Christmas Eve day Christmas and assorted miscellaneous heart warming and funny skits and baths by popular demand I'm doing it again this year early in the show we had one of the more favorite bits of the cell Mandela new Yorkers night before Christmas that was on the done I'm sure maybe twenty years ago we have I'm always as can do that again before the show is over we'll see if I have time one of the toughest things about doing this is editing I've got three more hours of stuff and not enough time to get it in but we'll do the best we can all right this is another one of my top five favorites and this one is getting more relevant every year it's the telemarketing phone call and as we get bombarded even if you've got various kinds of apps and things you can use to block these unwanted solicitation calls too many of them sneak through so what can you do to combat it and that would be effective or at least something that would give you some fun wasting the time of somebody in the other end of the line well how about this I want to switch gears a little bit time made was our guest last week we get a lot of requests for this he has a little stunned that he does he leaves a tape recorder buys phone when the phone rings he hits the button and if it's a telemarketer he records the call but some are a little bit and I thought we'd give this will listen.

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"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"mandy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All that stuff I tease right before the break because none of that's happening because I forgot my friend Mandy is coming in I only have friends now their name Mandy and I Mandy it is Henry how do you say your last name and pull that Mike up to your right up towards uncomfortably close to your mouth yeah it's just feels a little out no power I'm talking right up there and from there you go that's uncomfortably close don't back up I said uncomfortably close bring it forward Mandy is a potter a ceramist what is the difference by the way I'm a potter is as someone who just kind of does it as a hobby uhhuh and a ceramic artist as someone who's going to school typically has earned studio mixes their own glazes and she makes the most gorgeous staff but don't get excited because she's moving to Boise Idaho I'm not saying that I hate her husband for getting into fantastic job but I'm not very happy with them I also have in the studio with the rat right now robin Wilson from Charlie Wade forms yes a couple days ago I was talking about the fact I was almost out of my sweet hot jalapenos and Robinson me an email and said we have those but you can just bring those you all right like you brought everything for the holiday season it turned out my con Dave turn that Mike on yeah lots of goodies you brought the sweet hot peppers which are handy hoping it to be perfect I'm you also brought and you were having this robber have in this is the brunch it's Christmas jam with cranberry strawberry like like cinnamon and allspice seizing it smells you just want to kind of put your face it out like that heavenly it does smell heavenly so tell me a little bit about Charlie Wade farms and then maybe just got back from Japan she brought all this weird snack food so you guys have a little bit of everything it's just a family farmer you make really delicious little thirty items yeah we're a family farm we are in Brighton and we have I do have homemade jams we have these so we do honey I have eggs and then we do lots of pickled vegetables bossy that's and the jam that's pretty much my entire diet you just named all my food groups right then so it's fine it's it smells delicious and I cannot wait thank you so much run around and I was gonna hang out for a minute because Mandy I wanted to start a porn sake out so she goes Hey I port this is what she says I poured you little shot of sake it's like a half gallon of sake in this Cup right now James already sucked is down like candy like some kind of Japanese booze hound over here well it is Friday it is Friday that that it is that's why we love to have got just what we trying here this is **** go tell that my husband got and it's beer be it like rice beer it's actually really good and I don't like sake sake traditionals I don't enjoy it this is actually a little fruitiness to it yes good yeah declared a delicious part of and drinking sake as the Japanese liked to us serve it with small snacks okay so hit me with a small snack this one right here is a minutes sure Reid crab are you ready Dave Dave ready and you get a piece of this it's been.

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