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"Come off.

"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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16:45 min | 15 hrs ago

"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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04:12 min | 16 hrs ago

"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"Come off.

"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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"mannequin" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"mannequin" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"mannequin" Discussed on WCPT 820

"On one more? Oh. When God causes a house door, you know what he opens? A Kathleen mannequin window. Yeah. Castling madigan on the big show today. Come on. We can't have nice things together. Haven't had her for a while. And he hurt. Girl first, doctor doom and Kathleen madigan all on the big show and I have to say, I think it's the best what the hell Herschel ever. Because these are the waning moments of what the hell person. Is this the vampire thing? Everyone ruined it yesterday I had that. And everyone started tweeting stuff. Push the button. Oh, do you ever watch a stupid movie late at night? Hoping to get better, don't get better, but keep watching it anyway. 'cause other night, the other night I was watching this movie. I was watching this movie called fright night, free night in some kind of night, but it was about vampires. I don't know if you know vampires and cool people. But I'm gonna tell you something that I found out. A white woman can kill a vampire. Do you know that? I never knew that, so I didn't want to be a vampire anymore. I wanted to be a werewolf. But then anyway, as I'm watching this movie, and then you can tell how stupid it is, 'cause it went in the morning. So I'm watching my TV, are these kids watching that TV kill on that TV? You know it's kind of stupid, but I'm still watching though. As I'm watching this show, what was fun of these kids had a vampire in their attic at their house? So they were watching their TV, and I watched my TV, they watching that TV. They see the vampire killer on that TV. So they win this contest that brings this actor. Now y'all gotta stay with me. Bring it up. I kill her from that TV to get rid of this. They realize vampire in their attic. So it's just actor comes to their home. He got all the right stuff. He got all the right stuff because, you know, you got to have a state and got to have a thing to kill him in the heart and he got an extra garlic, so that worked. I don't know what it does, but it got to have a crows because it burned. I know that we're. And then all of a sudden, this one was so funny about it. And they're walking through the house, this guy got the holy water. He blessed the house, this actor. Now he's on faith. He breaks in the house with his holy water. They won't upstairs in this vampire looking real good in this black suit. Wow, that sound like senator or not, doesn't it? Looking all good in this black suit. Floated from the ceiling. He floated from the ceiling looking good and cool. And I'm thinking, wow, they better get out of that house and she might have float from your ceiling, get out of that house. That's not your house, but as he floated from the ceiling, the kid jumped behind that hero, and they jumped behind that hero, he got jumped in front of his whole foot on the vampire forehead. He covered his eye. Then he took his hand away. He started laughing. And he said, that don't work. He took the crows, he put it on the vampire forehead, and the vampire didn't even do anything. He said, that don't work. And that's the way it is in our life. It doesn't even work unless you got fate. Hit a time for us to have faith. We got to have faith in our fellow brother. We got to have faith in this country. We got to have faith in the elected officials. And right now, that's the reason I'm here. Oh, my God. That was literally the longest two minutes and 14 seconds on my entire life. Is there because of that back? Also, I felt what was left of his soul just die. It was only a tiny bit left after our discussion of his chicken company last week. And now. And they're fans of vampire diaries. So they would probably have a lot of feelings about that clip. I almost saved it. I don't know if you know vampires are cool people. Are they not? Okay. What's going on there Some of our greatest quotes. He does not. He didn't have a. He got to a point there at the end, if you want to listen to it again. And by the way, when you're telling these little stories, here's a good idea. Have a point. It makes it so much more interesting for the listener. He know he told me he had a coherent point at the end. He said that it didn't work because they didn't believe. And if you believe in stuff and you have to have things like something in the world, two minutes to get to that. I'm not even sure. Is that part I can't. The weirdest thing, he said yesterday, he also said 23andMe has screwed us all up. I guess just by identifying his

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John McGuire Talks About Hosting an Event to Support Pres. Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:25 min | 4 months ago

John McGuire Talks About Hosting an Event to Support Pres. Trump

"Your support for former president Trump and this event that you are throwing and you're inviting everybody to come to it. Yes, you know, if you're sick and tired of government overreach, I hope you'll come out tomorrow. He's going to go down in history as having done more and four years for the American people than any president ever did in 8 years. And it's kind of funny, but true, but in the Virginia House of delegates in 2019, I had a Republican tell me I better not put a Trump flag on my truck or I'll lose because he was afraid, so I put two Trump flags on my truck and I drove around for 6 months and I had the second biggest win in Virginia. So I'm a big Trump supporter and they've treated him worse than any president ever and you mentioned earlier the double standard. There's two systems. There's the Democrat law and the Republican law. Can you talk about the 33,000 emails? You talk about the laptop and everything else that they're just covering up and then they're going to go down there and raid is exactly what it is. It's a rate. So we're going to protest that. We're going to support Trump and it will be tomorrow, Saturday 13 August, one to 3 p.m.. It will be at the food line in mannequin savage, which is gutzman county, Virginia. We live right down the road. But it will be 30 broad street road and we're telling people to wear your Trump gear, bring your Trump flags, bring your American flags, we'll have some special guest speakers there and everybody else.

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Mike Gallagher: Democrats Won't Stand up to Shoplifters, Calling It 'Reparations'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Mike Gallagher: Democrats Won't Stand up to Shoplifters, Calling It 'Reparations'

"Our time. What is this reparation time? Get the keys to the Lamborghini. Go down to the Porsche dealership. Give them a Porsche. Drive off with a car. 'cause you feel oppressed because George Floyd died. That's Democrats for you. They won't stand up to these punks. There's a security guard in that video. Watching the guy walk right by him. The security guards are there for no reason evidently in these drug stores. And these pharmacies, the other than to wear a blazer, I mean a windbreaker with the big letters security on their back and they stand there and they watch it. And people immediately tell me, well, Mike, they're instructed not to do anything. Well, then what are they there for? What's your point of paying them? Put up a mannequin with a security windbreaker on. That'd be as effective.

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Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Security Guard in Manhattan Rite Aid Does Nothing to Stop Shoplifting

"Now you want to know the crazier part than Michael rappaport being surprised that they're shoplifting going on in New York City right in front of everybody. Broad daylight. And you want to know what's even crazier and funnier in a sick way? There's a security guard right there. The shoplifter, the looter walks right by the security guard, who isn't doing anything. He's got a jacket on with the big security on the back of his coat. And he stands there and watches the guy literally brushes right by the security guard. The security guard, what are they paying the security guard for? Just to stand there, why don't we just put mannequins up in stores in New York? I may never go back. I swear, I may never go back. New York is turning into a hellhole. And Democrats are watching it. They're letting it happen.

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Fox News Contributor Dr. Marc Siegel: 'There's Almost No Spread of COVID on Planes'

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Fox News Contributor Dr. Marc Siegel: 'There's Almost No Spread of COVID on Planes'

"Mark sego is the expert medical expert for Fox News. And on airlines ending mask mandates aboard flights hit what he said. First of all, this is happening Larry I bet because Southwest Airlines is down 16 points over the past month and American down 3% over the past day and they need to rally the stocks in the companies and they're probably down because of all the restrictions. Now, what is the science show? The science shows a Department of Defense study from last year showed that if a mannequin is wearing a mask, just the exactly the right way, it decreases spread on a plane. But the CEOs are making a great point, which is to help a filters take out 95% of viruses. That's right, 95%, and the entire air in the cabin recirculates every 6 minutes. The plane isn't where COVID is spreading. It's in the airport that it's spreading. And in terms of the masks themselves, have you been on a plane lately? They're wearing them off their chin. They're not wearing the proper mask at all. They're wearing a cloth mask, which has been proven not to work at all. I mean, if everyone was mummified and then N95, then they'd stop breathing probably, but that would actually work. So there's no reason that they're wrong about this. I don't see it.

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Bad one. And I don't have much to say about it. It's not about Elon. This is actually about you and your processors. AMD has revealed this is the registered headline. An epic playing on the fact that the AMD processor is called the epic 50 flaws 23 of them high severity. And Intel is 25 bugs two. Nasty, epic processors, all three generations have massive flaws, some of them very serious. So does Intel. So if the heart, if your hardware's got bugs, your software's got bugs. There will be patches. Can I ask a question? Is it the case that there's maybe more leaking or more complexity or more transparency? And so there's just like many more bugs now than there were before. That's a good question. On the one hand, you could say it's good that they're saying there's a bug and we're going to fix it. Right, we're right. Versus like, I wonder if like, yeah. You don't want him to just shut up about it. Or not disclose it. I wonder if that was practiced a long time ago and things have changed now? There's very fame. There's a number of very famous bugs Intel had a floating point bug that the company attempted to cover up for a long time, but eventually somebody found it. And then they had to fix it. So yeah, I think you might be right that it might just be there's a culture now of maybe there were always like 50 bugs 25 bucks, so I just didn't know. You know? Nasty story. Actually, you know what I'm going to save them and take a quick break and then we'll have one more nasty story. Great. And some other bad too. This is my dystopia. I get to live in it, okay? You can entice people to make it through the ad read by promising them terrible news. No, okay, so and then one good story. Okay. Can you find one for me quick? In the bottom of the Internet? Somewhere at the bottom at the end of the Internet, there's got to be a nice story. I actually subscribe to a subreddit called made me smile. It's a very cute subreddit. I think there's also one called eye bleach that is of a similar vein. I bleach. Is that bad or good? No, no, no, it's like instead of, you know, you're bleaching your eyes with goodness. It's like making your cry. Okay. You know. And then there's no, no, no, which is another fun one where the worst things possible happen. I subscribe for a while to yes, yes, yes. We're happy endings. No, no, no. We're unhappy innings. And then somebody realized, well, just the title of the subreddit tells you how it's going to end. So somebody made maybe maybe maybe and you don't know. It's just chaos. It's a combination of posts from both. So you just don't know ahead of time. Is this going to end well or poorly? And so it's this little surprise at the end of every video. It's so much fun. Is that what you try to do for Twitter here? Yeah, maybe maybe maybe we'll have a happy story at the end. You'll see. I shouldn't have brought to you by worldwide technology and Intel. We love WWE. Lisa and I went out to visit them in St. Louis at the end of actually, it was early 2020 right before the virus shut down all travel was our last trip before COVID. And I'm so glad we went out to see the advanced technology center. The ATC, this is I can't think of another company that does this. A research and testing lab where they bring in you have to understand what WWD does is help companies with their technologies, sell enterprise technology. So they built this lab so they could go in there and try all the latest stuff more than half a $1 billion of equipment. From the bleeding OEMs and their engineers, internally, use the ATC to create proof of concept, pilots to understand technology. What they've done, which is really exciting is they started this last summer. They make the ATC available to anybody who wants access to this. So it gives you a chance to do on demand labs about all kinds of enterprise technology, including solutions from Intel. There are Xeon scalable processors or Intel's optane persistent memory or optane SSDs. But you can do labs in every area of enterprise technology, multi cloud architecture, security networking, primary and.

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It here and you get your $25 bonus in crypto. Block fi dot com slash to it. I feel like maybe I'm living in the future, but I'm going kicking and screaming. Which would you go? Which way would you go Paris? If you could go backwards or forwards or would you go back in time or forwards in time? Oh, I mean, forwards in time because civil rights, I feel like that's a good point. I like having the right to vote. I like having the ability to marry who I want. You know, I feel like things are probably going to get worse, but I guess probably not worse than they were, who's to say? We romanticize the past, but kids I have an e-bike now. It's good. Life is good. Life is fine. I just buddy. I might have been a mistake. And he trike. It's a tricycle. Why? Why did he a third wheel? You don't. It was a big mistake, but I feel like that would be really inconvenient to get in and out of doors. It is. I have a two Wheeler and I find it's just faster. So this is your second evident isn't even like? It's my third or fourth e-bike. I also have one of those ones that looks like a motorcycle from I can't remember the name of the company, but they're really cool. That was my first e-bike. What are you writing now? I'm embarrassed. Listen, I did a 30 mile ride today. I do really, really long distances. But a good shape. I wouldn't say that, but I will tell you a funny story about an e-bike. So I ride usually on the weekends. We do really long cross state rides. And I thought I thought I was going at a pretty good clip, and I got smoked by this guy who looked pretty old, who's on this. And it was like a really hard climb. And I was like, what the hell? Yeah. Bike, a secret e-bike. He was on a secret eBay. That's me, whenever I am going over the willing bridge. Aren't they? I'm on a secret e-bike and it rules. You still peddling? You look like you're pedaling. It's just like I'm going to go to the doctor's office and I'm not going to be a sweat monster. Love them. These are great. They're great. They're great. I just didn't know that's. I'm very competitive and I got irritated, so I'm pumping as hard as I can. And I thought I was going to have a party. You, you're living in the future. You need an e-bike. I got so many people. So this would have an e-bike money bike. This one is evelo compass. It's a tricycle. But I think, you know, I'm an old man. And I think I'm less likely to get run over if it looks like I'm writing one of those old man scooters instead of two Wheeler. I just don't want to get run over. That's a pretty cool bike. Yeah, it's a really cool bike. The thing about a trike, you know, when you're running a two Wheeler, you steal mostly by leaning. You don't lean into strike. So I felt like the whole time. In fact, the first hundred feet I went I went after the ditch, because I felt like you were in a ditch on a trike. Because I was fine. The road was a little bowed. So I'm leaning, right? And I'm thinking, no, no, I gotta lean this way, but I forgot to steer a trike. You'd turn the wheel, you don't lean, some leaning, and I'm leaning and the bike's still going that way. So anyway, I ended up at a ditch, but it was okay. It was a soft ditch. That's fun. It was more the only thing hurt was my pride. I pulled the thing out. But you have a third wheel. So, you know, that can kind of compensate for the pride. Yeah. Are you on a road or you want a trailer? I want to ride to work. I want to ride on roads. There's a ghost bike, you know what those are? Those are the white painted bikes where a bicyclist has been killed on this bridge that I go over. And every time I go over it, I think that's me. So I stopped riding because I really love to ride a bicycle, especially an e-bike because you can commute, you can do everything. It's just great. I will only write on trails. Too many people are texting. And I used to be much bolder and I used to do a lot. I used to ride in San Francisco used to ride all the way out from the avenues to downtown. I bike to work couple at least once a week generally on an E bike here from Brooklyn to Manhattan. And I only really do that because I've been able to find a path that has good bike infrastructure. So there's really only maybe one or two streets where I'm sharing the land with cars. Which I think is the only way. Where what magical roads are these? Yeah. Where can I find those? A long side. We're like the Wegmans is in Brooklyn. There's like, if you look, I do a lot of research to make sure that I have bike paths that are offset from the road, because cars terrify me. And I mean, it's too bad because I would really love to. This is the other bike I have the rad power bike, which is just a regular Wheeler. They're relatively inexpensive for e-bikes exercise. Got my e-bike. It's been about a year now. And I would really recommend it to anybody thinking about getting any of its wing bites a shop based this is not the first time I've talked for it in this show. Yeah. Shop based in New York, but they sell all over. They're really expensive. And very cool looking. They look like a secret E bike, but they're made of all kind of off the shelf, different parts. So you can get them serviced by local shops if anything ever happens. They also do offer warranties and they're very affordable. But I really wanted to make yeah, I think I paid 1500 for me. And that was the top notch freedom X mine will go like a hundred miles before I have to charge it. I might be getting my fourth bike. Yeah. I love that it has the it has I would get the fat tired head and a tail light built in. As well as a little screen built in that'll show you your remaining mileage, how fast you're going it's nice. Really good. That's why I got the trick because I thought I can have signs on it. It's like 35 pounds a bit heavy, but I carry it up my second flight of stairs. You could the thing I like about this is you can remove the battery. So I'm currently in a brownstone, but in my last apartment, I had like a basement, so I could just lock my bike up there and then just take the battery out, carry it upstairs to chart. Charge it. That's nice. This is nice wing, wing bikes dot com. I'm your wings. Get it. They're really beautiful and I've never gotten more compliments on a bike. It's cool looking bike for sure. It is. It's really cool. I like it. It's also got like a you can lock it..

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"This sounds like the first stages of a revolution, if anything. I wonder so French Revolution aside. I wonder if there's another side to this story, and that's on the employer side. So I've got a close friend who's an avid listener to twit. Who's a brilliant chief technology officer and all our listeners. I mean, he's amazing. He got laid off because the company is going through all these changes. He's having a heart. He's in his 40s. He's having a hard time finding a job. I've got another friend who's another pen penetration tester all up on his certifications and things. And there are jobs, but there are new criteria in the post in this current COVID world. I'm wondering how much of this outside of the usual suspects like restaurants. I wonder how much of this is employers digging in their heels and mandating that work is like it used to be. But we're all living in this world. We don't want it. We don't need to. Or maybe it's something we don't want it so we don't have a choice. You see, you see restaurants. So we know about that because if you just out and about, you see all the help wanted that. You don't see people don't post on telephone poles. Pen tester needed. So we don't know and apparently neither does the bureau of labor statistics. We don't really know what's going on there. But I would guess that you nailed it. That's exactly what's happening is that the world has changed and employers have not caught on. I mean, I think this is also what you're seeing in the logistics industry. We're currently having the supply chain crisis and our supply chain crisis. And that's, in some way, I mean, half of it is made worse by the fact that they're not enough truck drivers. There are not enough warehouse employees to unload the trucks if they could get there. There are not enough people to crew the ships that will take the thing to be put on the truck. All aspects of the labor equation are kind of falling apart because employers are having a hard time attracting employees. Many employers went down the Uber route. This is a great medium post by a truck driver saying part of this is a lot of companies are hiring truck drivers as contractors and they're paying them per job. But if you have to wait 12, 15, 20 hours to get a container at the container port, you don't get paid for it. Get paid for that. So people are just saying, it's not worth it to drive a truck. And this is the thing. The trucking industry has long said, oh, we have a labor shortage. They've been saying that since the 80s. And it personally gets back to, you know, right around 70s, 80s, there was a great deregulation of the trucking industry in the U.S. in particular. And since then, truckers are paid only a handful of cents per mile, they don't really have benefits. They have jobs. Do they have to be out? Away from their family for weeks. Many of them have to purchase their own vehicles and handle all of their own licensing. So they end up in a lot of debt to the companies. It's not a good job and people shockingly don't want to do it. When the labor market is tight, they are like, why would I do that when I could do anything else? I would add one other problem and it's the it's not automation, which is the story we hear all the time. It's the threat of automation. So in a lot of these positions like trucking or the trades, you have to go through extensive training, you have to get special licenses. You have to in some cases join unions. And the trades have been having similar problems that predate COVID. But people are not willing to go into these fields anymore. In part because America has told everybody that if they don't go to a four year college, then they're not welcome. And that trade schools or pointless, which is a stupid message to be sending. But if you're constantly talking about AI and the robots coming to take your jobs just before the robots come to kill us on our sleep, then you're sending a message that shortages or no shortages, we don't need, like, why would I go through the process that parish just described to get this job in trucking if I'm not going to need to do this anymore in 5 years because the robots are going to drive? We've been told that. Right. We've been told that. Which is not true, and it's on a longer trajectory, but we haven't effect like we should be figuring out ways to encourage people and to make it more equitable, reasonable for them to work these jobs. In chess, the great grandmaster Aaron nimzovich once said the threat is stronger than the execution. And I think that that's the same thing. We're more worried about what Amazon is about to become than what Amazon is today. We're more worried about what our jobs are going to turn into than what they are today. I think there's a generalized fear of where we're headed yes and what do you do about that? Well, fear tends to drive a lot of our decision making, unfortunately. We.

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"We are talking about the big tech companies actually have two experts here because Paris covers Amazon for the information, Amy is written a lot about Amazon. I got the impression from this conversation that you neither of you are too worried about Amazon. Is that right, Amy? Well, it depends on what you mean by worry. You were defending them. Yeah, I listen. I don't like. We have a crisis. And the crisis in the United States is that we're living through this grand experiment, because outside of COVID, there are other things that are happening. And we for a very long time took a lot of money out of science and technology research and development were sitting on the precipice of some core technologies that will fundamentally alter how we relate to each other, how business is done, how governing is done. And we've sort of farmed out basic research to the private sector. So if everybody wants Amazon to stop doing stuff and change, then we're going to have to funnel billions of dollars into public R and D efforts. And establish moonshots and actually go after them. Because if we don't do that, we are going to have geopolitical problems going forward. This is as simple as that. Government has always been super important. The Internet was created by the government. It's been super important in all of this fundamental R and D because government could spend a lot more money. But there's always been private industry like Bell Labs. Yeah, that gets brought up all the time. Leo naming a company that has the equivalent of a Bell Labs right now. Well, I mean, I know that Google and Amazon and Apple all spend billions of dollars in R and D right, but they're doing it in a different way. So the original Bell Labs, there was more public private intersections. These companies were more blue sky. It was more blue sky. It was also, you know, they were building entirely. They were building new ideas. The problem is that outside of darpa and iarpa, which are focused on military posture, we don't have those systems in place. But I would say that's a good thing. Because in fact, almost always, it was with a military eye. It was an eye towards defense or offense. It was the war machine. All of these technologies came out of the war machine. I would submit maybe that this is a better thing if it's coming out of other and look how space has taken off when it became a public and private partnership. Correct. But public policy has become impotent. And we don't have we just do not have strong leaders. Last week, DeepMind spun off a company called isomorphic labs, which is specifically intended to build on DeepMind's deep learning in protein folding to quickly develop new Therapeutics and do drug discovery and automated ways. So that's great. But that's not a public good. And the challenge is that we've really relegated all of this to the private sector. And then after the fact, when these companies become successful at what we've allowed them and ask them to do, we try to regulate after the fact. That's a dumb. That's a stupid way to operate. Instead, there need to be there needs to be a way to bridge the divide between government, tech, and finance. This is like a three sided prisoner's dilemma situation where each one feels as though they're operating on their own, and they're powerful. And they don't have anything to gain from collaborating, not really. When we all know that if there was a way to get them to incent them to collaborate and to start doing some of this work so that it was more defined by public good and long-term values. And we'd all benefit. I know you look at the future, but let me, and I don't. But so I don't have a crystal ball. But it looks to me and you correct me if this is a completely crazy analysis. It looks to me like the government in the United States has become increasingly dysfunctional. As a result, nothing is controlling the growth of big tech, the directions big tech research takes. Big tech is in effect, it happened during COVID in effect. But they even just big business. Okay, yeah, yeah, yeah, you're right. It's not just tech. You're right, parents. But businesses stepped up and said, look, we'll take it from here. But there is definitely in that Silicon Valley has that mentality of. We are technocrats. We understand this much better than government. Governments dysfunctional. It's too slow. It's too stupid. We'll take it from here. Yes, and they have a point. Government has become dysfunctional. Democracy was weakened, and we now have a crisis of trust. People don't trust government. They don't trust the private sector. They don't trust each other. This is how we got to masks have microchips in them and wearing a mask is somehow unpatriotic. It's been going on though since LBJ and the Vietnam War. It's been built. Okay, so LBJ then Nixon, it's been building. So here's the issue. The issue is that we're living in an era where we're being fed information that is predetermined by automated systems to capture our attention or to get us to spend more money or whatever. I was just in Dubai for the past couple of days. The world outside of the United States is radically different. This is not how other countries are much more scared by Dubai to bias. By far more authoritarian than what I'm not saying that the KSA and UAE and I'm not saying that they're doing it right either. What I am saying is that the world has an Internet that is being splintered, but that Internet is very much an American Internet. And we lead with particular values, which I think are good in some ways and are self defeating in others. I'll defend American values, but I don't think globally. You go to buy, that's a perfect example of capital out of control because of oil and just kind of a long-term prospects for Dubai. I don't think are good for a variety of reasons. But I will defend American values anyway. And it used to be that we were trying to spread those values that we believed in at least in our heads. The mythology of democracy and all of that. I think that's I would say argue, I pretty much demonstrably the better way to run things than anything else out there. The EU would disagree. Because again, outside of the United States, you know, it very much looks like our entire modus operandi is about making money at all costs. That's how we got to the capitalism out of control. Correct. And these are publicly traded companies. They are designed to earn revenue and they should. And I'm saying that people should be people in companies should be able to earn money. But we need to do this in a way that doesn't damage us in some ways in the future. And I think you can strike a balance, but from an outside of this country, every time I'm in a room with people from other countries looking at us, especially when it comes to the Internet and digital systems, we don't look great. I don't think anybody would argue with our ingenuity and creativity. But at what cost is the question that I think they ask oftentimes? Who was it? Democracy is the worst form of government except all the others. I mean, I think that's kind of where we are. Look, it's not perfect, clearly. We've got a big problem. Lots of problems. Lots of dysfunction. But I will put us up against the EU. Do you think do you think there are more successful because they're more collectivist? Because we, listen, we do, if you look at net net the amount of solutions oriented sort of future facing plus also just cool whiz bang tech and science, it's coming out of the United States. Yes. But that's not, but we also have wealth disparity on other countries, other modern economies. We have lower levels of trust in our democratically elected government than others do our access to education is way off kilter. So yeah, we're producing amazing tech and science and our economy is very strong. But we are up against a formidable foe in China, which is has its own ideas about what the future should look like. And we don't have an idea of what the future collectively, America doesn't have an idea of what the future should look like. It's not anywhere on paper, not really. Now, again, the Saudis are not doing great stuff. One thing they do well is they plan and they execute regimes are always going to execute. It makes it easy. More efficiently..

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Is when we're talking about ecommerce, at least in the U.S., this is a recent data from E marketer. Amazon represents just over 40% of total U.S. ecommerce sales. Meanwhile, Walmart represents 7. Walmart's never it seems like so much struggle to compete with Amazon. Nevertheless, 40% is not 80 or 90 or a 100%. It's not a monopoly by any means. No, but in the physical, but as a physical presence, Walmart grossly exceeds everybody else. Any other super strong? I'm no fan of Walmart, especially because so many Walmart employees are subsidized by the government in the form of food stamps. But I'll tell you what I think the problem is because. Jeff Bezos got Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk, people think he's eccentric. They make fun of him for being eccentric. I think he is eccentric. Right, but my point is like, nobody, nobody gets very few people who are probably listening to the show. Are angry at Elon Musk for forcing the auto market to change. To accept and start innovating around batteries and Bezos, you could argue Jeff has done the same thing. It's just much more distributed and it's in the fields of artificial intelligence and pharmaceuticals. All these other places. And everybody gets pissed off at Bezos. And everybody gets pissed off at Amazon. Elon Musk doesn't own a majority of the auto market, but he's had an outsized influence in dictating what the future looked like. Looks like Jeff Bezos. That's analogous to Jeff. But I think this has more to do with personality and look, net net on the wealth side of things. They are analogous. I think it comes down to likeability. As it always does and liking the brand and everybody likes to select their I think end users love Amazon. And I try not to use Amazon and I fail every time. So I think I don't think it's a question of people don't they may not like Bezos, but I don't think they dislike Amazon. I think they tolerate Amazon. I think people really in COVID really appreciate Amazon. Yeah, Amazon is often at the top of kind of consumer sentiment surveys. But I think that it is also has to do with the fact that Amazon's dominance in a number of categories has really skyrocketed at a rate that Tesla could never hope to match. That's kind of my position. It's a fear of what might happen. It's not sensitive for 83% of all sales of books, music or videos. So that's too much ecommerce. And 50% of computer consumer electronics. And it's dominance is increasing in a variety of other categories that make sense for ecommerce, which is I think where the looking at the 40% of overall ecommerce perhaps isn't the right number. Because one place where Amazon's probably never going to dominate is clothing because it's really difficult to not that they're not trying. They're trying quite a bit. But I think that another aspect this is the Jeff Bezos equation, which I recently just published this article on Friday about going into the recent history of Amazon's communications and PR team and one thing that I learned through this is that starting in 2015 to 2017 as Jeff Bezos was inching closer and closer to being the richest person in the world. His PR team started to think about it as a serious PR problem. His Twitter account, they launched his Instagram. They're like, how do we turn? Bezos into kind of a humanized and turn them into kind of a swashbuckling fun guy that he's not going to be the target of all these tax. I mean, it seems like whether or not they've been successful on that. It doesn't seem like they've been great at Facebook. Facebook's problems are similar. Mark Zuckerberg, it's hard to warm up to. Yeah, I mean, that's why Mark Zuckerberg, The New York Times had a fantastic story about this sometime recent weeks. You know, those all those silly photos of Mark Zuckerberg with a bunch of sunscreen on the windsurfing thing. These were all part of a strategy by Facebook's PR team to humanize. Completely backfire. Funny and laughable guy instead of weird robot dude. Completely. It made him seem more like a robot not less. I think that it's hard to humanize people in positions of power, especially to the extent of Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos. Yeah. Actually, they quote your boss, Jessica lesson in this article. Apparently, she was, she.

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"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It's time for Twitter this week and tech and show we cover the weeks, tech news and apparently I think there'll be some citrus news today. This is going to be a lot of fun. When we got these two guests on the show, we said, that's it. Stop. No need for a fourth, so great to have Amy Webb here. Amy has been missing in action as she took a little time off. CEO of the future today institute, you've wrapped up your book. I have I've got the hot off the presses, the galley right here. It's called the genesis machine and it's about the futures of synthetic biology. And I will make sure you get a copy. Oh, very excited. Okay, good. I'm going to order it if you don't see it. You can pre order it now. I think I will. I just get it because I'm very interested in that. Amy is besides being a futurist, one of the smartest people we know, especially on matters having to do with Asia, having lived there for some time. Also, with us from the information, the wonderful Paris Martina. See what I'm saying? I only need these two and I'm done. Paris. Actually, the third guest is the Buddha's hand. Oh yeah, let's see that. Show that. What the hell is some weird citrus fruit Amy's? Oh my God. So for those of you who are listening, picture, if you will, a bunch of limes that somebody sort of squeezes out to a point and then attaches them all at a base. It's called. Sorry, sorry, not a lot. One of the aliens from the I think the third season of Star Trek, I believe, but I might be wrong. It also, yeah, it kind of looks like a Dahlia if you hold it straight up. Pretty. But it's like the greatest smelling thing you've ever smelled. So you just have it sitting there just to smell good. I just, listen, I have a frustrating job. I need something to get through my day. And it's not going to be Adderall. So I just sit next to this thing and I smell it. Who needs that or all I've got Buddha's hand? And Paris, we also, as we begin the show, we wanted to wish your good friend Ryan, a happy birthday on Monday. Happy birthday. Happy birthday, Ryan, apparently. He's the only person in your circle of friends who actually listens to this show. So that's good. I don't know. I've heard that other people do, but for me wrong. I've heard people listen to Twitter. I've heard that. Anyway, I'm thrilled to have both of you here. I don't know exactly where to start this week. It's kind of a grab bag. Let's start with Twitter, because they launched their first, maybe no, not their first paid product, but their first widely available paid product, the Twitter blue, subscription service. And of course, being the Twitter flunky that I am, I immediately paid even though I have no idea what I'm getting. I did too. You did, too. I remember reading about it in Casey Newton's newsletter platformer and I paused, got up, don't know why. And then subscribe to Twitter blue. I don't know. I use Twitter so much that frankly, I should be paying a little bit. That's kind of what I felt like. But also I really enjoy the functionality of nuzzle, which is a app company that Twitter ended up buying that allows you to see what your friends and people in your network on Twitter, what links they are tweeting or commenting on. And they have put that feature in Twitter blue. We're on the browser you can see the top articles in your network. And frankly, that to me alone is worth 2.99 a month. That was funny. They did. But it's funny to say that because it's exactly the thing that got me to subscribe. I was so mad when Twitter bought nuzzle and within unceremoniously within a week just pulled the plug. Absolutely ridiculous. Yeah. So Jonathan Abrams who founded nuzzle, and I think, is one of the he was also one of the most brilliant guys out there in tech. He's just like slightly too early on a lot of different things. So yeah, he was friends to a pre MySpace pre Facebook. He had launched nuzzle and originally, it was an intelligence tool. And again, I think it was just slightly too early. And Twitter should have seen this functionality and they should have done something with it much earlier. And the way that I used it was that I created a whole bunch. I had like hundreds of Twitter lists that I had made that are all private. So I didn't want to follow those accounts. Instead, I used it as an intelligence gathering tool. And so I had one that was just very just having you with robots. And I had another one that was specifically about an area of drones. And I had nuzzles set up to ping me, 'cause you used to be able to set a threshold. So you could set it as like 5 three or two for how many people shared that same article or we're talking about the same thing. So basically, what I got was a curated view across individual topics all day long on the app. And it was like the most amazing thing. Then yeah, it got bought by a scroll got bought by which then got up by Twitter. They shut it down. It's back. But I don't find it at super useful now because if you follow a lot of people, you basically wind up with the echo chamber. You don't have all the settings that we had. This is the new Twitter page. There's a new little flame icon that says top articles. And this is their version of nuzzle. The one thing I do like if you click available in browser too. No, no, no, it's available on the app. You can. It's nice. iOS. It is on Android. I think no, no. I think it's on Android, but not iOS. Oh. Look.

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Dr. David Azerrad Defines Identity Politics AKA Oppression Politics

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Dr. David Azerrad Defines Identity Politics AKA Oppression Politics

"David, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks for having me, Charlie, good to be with you. So there's a lot I want to unpack, but let's start with this idea of identity politics, which you correctly and very wisely frame more as oppression politics or kind of the elevation of certain groups that are deemed to be oppressed. Let's put it that way. Why do you put it that way? I thought that was really smart. Because identity politics is misleading because it would imply that everyone is entitled to have an identity of which they're proud and that they want a defense. So you would think, oh, we used to have class based politics. And now we're going to have identity politics. But it turns out that in the realm of identity, Baltics, not all identities are created equal. They basically come in two varieties. It's a mannequin framework. You have the people who claim to have been and to be oppressed, you know the roster, right? So called people of color with blacks always first and foremost hence the shift to bipoc, black and indigenous people of color to emphasize that black is the most depressed ahead of the so called white adjacent Asians. You know, they're having problems with the Asians because they do too well in America. Then, of course, LGBTQ, women, sometimes immigrants, Muslims, but the holy Trinity is really the first three. And then you have the bad identities, you know? I don't know if this is used to you, Charlie, but you seem to fit the bill of people who are a problem in America. Oh, I am. I mean, I don't know if you identify. Yes, I do identify as a male. I will not pronounce or whatever the traditional western heteronormative patriarchy would say they are, but I'm the worst. I'm also a wasp. So. Yeah, that's not good. And then you could do something about your sex and transition, but your race you're not allowed to change. That's right. You're part of the curse, the white race. So, you know, even oppression. I mean, I don't look, I don't exactly know what to call what to call the current dispensation in America. Identity politics isn't good, CRT is too abstract. What the hell is critical race theory? It's basically

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Mitch McConnell Only Endorses Candidates Who Support Him in Power

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 1 year ago

Mitch McConnell Only Endorses Candidates Who Support Him in Power

"I like Charlie Gasparino. I don't know him. Well, he's been on the show once. I think he's really a solid reporter. Smart guy writes beautifully, too. He blamed Trump on the Loss of the two Republican seats in Georgia, and it wasn't Trump Trump didn't pick those two candidates. Those were McConnell's candidates. And the suggestion that they would have won if Trump had gotten behind the Trump campaign for them. These were two mannequins to blow up dolls. Two terrible, terrible candidate and by the way, I forget the guy's name. Do you remember his name? Mr. Producer? I forget his name. He wouldn't come on the show, either. Now, ladies and gentlemen, it's not like you have to kiss the ring here. I don't even know that's not it. We reach all over Georgia. It's kind of hard to win. If you're not going to talk to millions and millions of conservatives in this country. David Perdue. That's one of and I remember his name. I mean, how do you expect to win? That said they were terrible, terrible candidates. Terrible. And they were Mitch McConnell's choices. They were his picks. That's what lost those seats had nothing to do with Donald Trump. Terrible candidate Mitch McConnell reaches into all these states and picks these lousy lousy candidates. And what is it based on? If they're going to support him from majority or minority leader? That's it.

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Jordan Peele's Next Film Is Titled 'Nope'

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Jordan Peele's Next Film Is Titled 'Nope'

"Jordan peele has released the title of his new thriller horror movie which is just called. Nope and i burst into laughter. Also because how many horror films have you watched where you just like. Don't do that or you know you just encounters there's like nope nope and then there was a i think there's even a guy co commercial or something where the guy goes up into the attic and there's like mannequins and it's scaring and he's like nope. Now thank you and the beautiful part for me is that that's my responsible horror movies. Nope

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"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Got one from japan. Japanese woman has reportedly been arrested and accused of shooting. The olympic torch with a water. Gun is not a fan of flames are opened fire. She is most certainly a disciple of smokey the bear she got arrested for like who the fuck cares like what what what she really doing. That was illegal jetta squirt gun and she like first of all i do that. A little scorecard could take out the olympic torch. That's rather sad isn't it. And if it could be taken out with a little score on we need to do something about that. Torch needs to be bigger able to contain more flames. More firepower burn brighter burn stronger. Is the mother fucking olympics where the whole world comes together and shines bright. It's rather disgraceful. I want a full investigation. Done on this torch and if it's not up to snuff i say we hire elon. Musk to design a new torch. A flame thrower torch. I'm sure he could come up with something kick ass you've seen that a flame thrower that He's selling through. What the boring company or tesla or something. It's fucking awesome. I want one so bad next time. I have a good month for sideshow membership. I'm buying a flame thrower. And i will see you back in the er this time and the fucking burn ward intensive care unit all right. So what's the deal here. The fifty-three-year-old chiyoko takahashi is accused of being the seen in a viral video. Shooting the small water gun at the torch being carried through simba park. That's apparently in the baraki prefecture. The woman was heard saying no olympics. And stop the games in japanese while shooting the torch. I wonder why she's so against the olympics. Is it because of the corona virus. She's thinking there's going to be like a flare up of cases with all these people and so close proximity or are the olympics. Going to interrupt her favorite television program or is it annoys issue. A crowd issue there. I mean there's so many reasons why you would hate the olympics. A member of the security team held up a protective surface to deflect the water again. This is a little squirt gun. Anything can deflect squirt water sprays. That did hit. The torch. didn't seem to affect the flame and the torchbearer continued on the route unfazed the security guard detain the woman and she was later arrested on suspicion of forcible obstruction of business at around seven forty pm. According to the report the woman admitted to the allegations and said she did it to protest the olympics. Being held why well apparently japanese citizens have been protesting the olympics over the public health concern. Okay come with hosting the olympics. The ongoing covid nineteen pandemic over seventy percent of the country thinks the twenty twenty summer olympics which were originally scheduled for last year should either be postponed yet again. Due to the pandemic or cancelled entirely. Why think there's too much. Money wrapped in the olympics for it to be cancelled completely an online petition to cancel the olympics which went live last. Wednesday has garnered more than three hundred and ten thousand signatures. That's quite a lot. Actually japan has been under a state of emergency since april twenty fifth and it's expected to extend state of emergency until august twenty second. That's kind of weird right. That japan is hosting the olympics. And they're currently under a state of emergency because of the pandemic i mean. Is it bad over there still. Are they getting vaccinated. Maybe we should move into a country that has thought their shit under control like the good old usa number one number one that would extend the state of emergency throughout the duration of the entire olympics. The woman also shouted extinguish the torch. Fire i am against the tokyo olympics that was filmed by her partner of seventeen years. His name is her tori amano. He says that he had no idea that his girlfriend had a water gun with her and had plans to disrupt the torch relay he also said the couple from hitachi. I brighter capital of the world. Am i right ladies Yes the couple from hitachi are against holding. The tokyo olympics. Came to watch the relay as the couple enjoys festive events. I don't believe him for a second. It was totally in on it. It doesn't make any sense what he's saying he's against the olympics which is a festive event. But he enjoys going to festive events. That's why he went to the torch. Relay event is name is charles but his name is lance. All right second story we have for you today. Oh this one is for brad carter. I hope my sweet prints is listening today. Parents thinking about buying a toddler friendly electric furry. Cactus that dances in wraps in polish. Might want to think twice. The toymaker claims that the dancing cactus can help stimulate imagination and creativity children all another online baby. Product site describes it as a good device for toddlers however when a polish mother living in tai chung recently visited a store with her baby. She discovered that. The cactus was actually wrapping some pretty explicit lyrics. The woman told her friend ella. Sobchak another polish citizen living in taipei about the incident and she notified taiwan news. The mother said the lyrics repeatedly mentioned cocaine. That's why think brad carter would like the story. A coke had nothing to do with a cactus all right The mom said the league's repeatedly magin cocaine and attempted suicide. I have the translated lyrics here. Apparently the song in english is titled. Where is the white ill and the song goes like this. The only thing in my head is five grams of cocaine. fly away alone to the edge of oblivion. When will this all end. Whenever i'm not alone because a white ill will fly in other lyrics include brother. My face is getting fucked up. My head's a brothel second day without snorting. Where is the snake white. Chemistry descending is so damn exhausting as if the locust bite off your cock dream of a van of coke in a gram of heroin just for the taste it goes on and on. I don't know how much of the song is played In the little cactus toy.

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"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Make them sit and scare them and make them sitting in the fucking bench so we. We ended up getting physical with the bully anyway put the rocks near him then principal outside back away from him and say he's doing that through the rocks through the window for principal. He literally got up and started trying to stop him but he pushed us out of the way. Sarah phone rocks at the window. Traveling solved a man is operating on a whole 'nother level. That level happens to be remedial. Whatever we feature these mush brain idiots. I always think back to Might hometown of astra beulah be special education school. There had the greatest name. I mean you you hear the name. And even though the words special education or disability is not in the title. You know what type of school it is. The school's name was happy hearts. There's there's no mistaking what type of student goes to happy. Hearts elementary is that it was that a common thing. Where where you guys grub. Did you guys have a special education school or did astrobiologists have an abundance of low. I queued mongoloids. And they had a great whole school just for them. I don't. I don't know how that all works if If you did live in an area with a special education school what was it's name. Did it have a great name like happy. Hearts call into the voicemail line. I wanna hear about it here on the podcast feature a lot of disturbing audio and you know disturbing in a lot of different ways. Some clips are gross. Some bizarre and sometimes we feature really really racist people saying really ugly stuff not because we agree with their beliefs. But because it's fucked up and that's what the show's all the pout. Usually the clips of hard core. Racism is from white people. Because that's something. Were really good at it. Kinda you know perfected the art. Don't wanna brag but it's something my people are known for anyway. It's refreshing that today. We've got a clip of a black man. Who really really does not care for whitey. But either the animals that was used to create them. Yeah so he's showing pictures here of like a doll. Looks like a german shepherd a monkey. I don't know what that other thing is like a lemur or something. He would animals that was used to create them. Okay so the reason why.

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"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Performance was worth that trip to the emergency room. I hope you enjoyed sideshow members. If you're not yet aside show member now. It'd be a great time to sign up. And tim is going to have some medical bills. Super breakside dot com. Thank you. I do have a bunch of great stuff to share with you today. I'm not sure if we featured this dude before. Or if vlad just found him but This is youtuber. Joe money and he is full of interesting tips and life lessons. If you're a virgin no woman ever wanna be around you. Well now you're speaking to my audience. Yes closest thing you can get to. Real sex is mannequins at the mall. All right. that's not where i thought that was going. You know joe. Money lives with his parents. And he's a little slow. This video actually supports the idea that he's very slow you somewhere in that range. A little slow to very slow guy makes sense. You know he doesn't have a job. So how is he going to get off. You can't buy a sex stalled. This is really the next best thing. A store mannequin nordstrom's doesn't this sound like the plot of a distorted view. News story mentally handicapped man as masturbating up against a mannequin. Leaving a trail of tears and calm closest thing you can get to real. Sex is manley cans at a mall. I've done plenty of times. Not sex rubbed my junk and frost it from my pants into the female man again. Brushing like boom boom boom boom boom boom boom boom in his mind. They're enjoying it. Oh foam kind. Of how rapists think jesus asking for its whoop that ass girl and you know what besides being up close on having sex with americans as long as no one knows. Gather the store quickly. All when you're all done with that and you can also play with bras and panties at another cool thing you can do. If no apartment stores are awesome for masturbation. If you can't get a girl just nibble on this shit somewhere. In some macy's in the united states of america their security cam footage of this guy sucking on broad titties and flew women store. You might get lucky and get a real one. Yeah i think. If you're thrusting your dick up against a mannequin. Most women are going to take a pass on asking you insane person by the way his very next video is like this. If you're a christian like i am. I believe god and angels the miracle of god i believe in god this Of the holy spirit. And i believe in god i believe in god you believe in god right angels. Angels god normal. This is a common way of speaking. We see among the unsavory. They like to repeat themselves a lot. I like i believe in angels in card. And god and angels miracles in god down believing i'd and miracles guy angels. Joel sealife god about angels. Eases who walked the pilots forgot angel side and in the flash in the miracles he sent and angels and paranoid. You know god can see you when you're fake fucking mannequins in the lingerie department goddamn crepe. This whole video is about his church. Free spirit fellowship on a really care what he has to say in this video. I thought it was funny. That he's talking about church right after discussing sucking on bras and thrusting mannequins ideal have another video from him though. This is how to stop a bully. This guy is full of useful information as to people in school if a student. Who's the bully external starts bullying and punk on you. And try to troll you. And you're not todd tougher type dude. Well even if you are you could be his ass up in your top for some little wimp trying to bully you and your tough and being strong but you know if you fight him into no ta tolerance power pop no tolerance for beaten up little wimps. Don't even try the word policy. Let's just move on because you're in a big college and you're a big strong dude. There's little kids trying to pick a fight. You hit you had stuff juice. Go go go with five friends. Five engine you know you can trust five good friends. Well if i surrounded myself with five friends we could totally beat his ass and take everything from for the college windows. Wait so now instead of defending yourself which is easily explainable. Now you're committing vandalism. I'm guessing we're gonna throw rocks through windows and then then blame it on this. The bullet entrust five good friends and take take rocks and fromm for the college windows. Then pull the pushing down and.

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"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mannequin" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Happening. I wasn't in any pain and i was joking around with the nurses. Meanwhile everyone around me was having actual emergencies like the woman. Next door to me was screaming. And like i don't know what the hell the doctor was doing. Press my little buzzer and it'd be like. Is there anything you can do about that whole situation trying to watch some tv here. It's kind of distracting. Maybe you can move me. Part of me You know of course was freaking out. Because you're in technically an emergency situation but the other part of me is like glad i was there because maybe i could get some answers like. Why is my heart doing that. Like every once in a while every couple of years it just goes crazy outta whack. And i never get an answer by the way. No one knows what the hell's going on this doctor at the emergency room was pretty good though. He's way more comforting than even my cardiologists. At least the emergency room doctor was like look you know nothing major is happening right now. Nothing bad they did like ekg's. I even had like an x ray done. You know that he was like you're not having a heart attack. It's just weird thing also unlike back in two thousand thirteen or two thousand fourteen. Whenever this happened the first time i was not an eighth my heart was Like steady it was going fast but it was steady the other thing the doctor thought maybe it was probably not this but it could be. I love this one. I'm hoping this is it. He's like it could be thyroid. Problem like hyperthyroidism. Or something. And i love that idea. Because isn't that what every fat woman says she has like. That's why i'm overweight. It's a thyroid problem. I would love to be diagnosed with the thyroid problem. So i could blame my weight on that so cross cross your fingers for thyroid problem rather than sleep apnea again. All in all i was there for maybe two hours. They gave me out of outta van. I think it was just to calm my nerves. Which by the way. I did not get a prescription for. They gave me like a one out of and they're like nope. Go to your regular doctor. If you want more. I can never get good stuff and you know what it did kind of take the edge off and i got. I got when i got home. I got to sleep relatively quickly. I don't even remember falling asleep or heading to bed. It was nice when i did finally wake up in the morning. I was fully expecting to do a show. Because again i was. I was feeling fine by that point. My heart was back to normal. There is no residual weird side effects. I was. I was absolutely fine and then later in the evening. That's when the storms hit our went out and should all over those plans. So even though i was in the emergency room it was not going to affect the schedule of distorted view daily. Which i know is your main concern. I was thinking back. Like what was i doing right before my heart rate started going all crazy like i said i posted a show. Then i think i went downstairs eight. Some potato chips will late night. Snack took a shower and went to bed. The chips were like super salty. Maybe that had something to do with it. Sodium and then also tuesday's episode was a great one. It was a lot of fun. We talked about mead skeletons. Fourth of july spectacular. It was crazy breaks. If you are not yet side members you gotta sign up and listen to that recap. The man is fucking nuts. Oh it was so much fun going through that But then later on in the program. I was baited into singing. And i'm gonna tell you. Whoever this listener is colored the voicemail line jahmil. Sunday killed me. You have one of the most chanting boyhood. Are you talking about me. This bearing at a song yeah. I'd be happy to sing to you right now. Actually listening back. He's not asking me to sing a song. He saying my voice. My speaking voice is so pleasant. It's like a song. But what i heard was sent me a song tim and then i did and then my heart nearly exploded by the way in case. You're wondering the song that nearly killed me was steve winwood. I know this is a dark thought. And i'm glad i'm alive. But how great would it be. If i would have died that night cause of death bring me a higher love.

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NASA's Moon-Bound Mannequin Named After Hero of Apollo 13 Mission

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

NASA's Moon-Bound Mannequin Named After Hero of Apollo 13 Mission

"What its moon bound mannequin will be named. After a weeks long challenge. The space agency says people have named it Campos. Campus in honor of the late Arturo Campos, Mexican American engineer who was crucial in bringing back the crew of the Apollo 13 after an oxygen tank exploded on their mission. Campus is set to blast off on the unproved Artemus one moon mission in November. Well,

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The Mannequin Heist

Pop Fashion

02:14 min | 1 year ago

The Mannequin Heist

"Karn-fm found this tweet. Recently i was like we. We have to tell the people about this. The tweet was marveling at this company in the uk called on with a k. I'll let you guess where the k- is they are a reseller of mannequins similar store displays and one of the ways they make money is by offering customers a drive through heist experience. I did not make up that phrase it is capital drive capital through capitol heist. That is what they call it. It is designed for people who are starting a business on a budget or have a creative project in mind and you basically get to pick off this giant pile of random parts that they call dollywood. It costs fifty british pounds. You get fifteen minutes. And i'm gonna read you some of the rules from the long list because the rules are very good. Please do please do. I've all the important ones about like. Keep your distance. You know all that these are the fun ones. Fill up your car boot to an wait. What the fuck shrunk so your car boot up to an estate car boot size without seats down okay. So no make an extra space is what they're saying where he's bring bin liners as it has been raining and body parts do their hollow. Nature often contain water. We do not want them to think in your car. You can bring a cordless drill to let water out no climbing the mountain. You must take bits and easy reach. Pick bits easily and carefully. You must not cause an avalanche a bit. They're big the bets. The bets pick the bits as you come round the road to park. Keep to the left as far as you can. In the event that mannequins fall down you are advised to wear gloves head protection. No toilets refreshments onsite heist. Remember we often get asked about hands. You are welcome to hands. But there is a limited five pairs per customer along with other parts under no circumstances whatsoever. Will you be able to fill your car boot with hands. Please don't ask.

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The Amusement Park Mummy

Ghost Town

02:04 min | 1 year ago

The Amusement Park Mummy

"December one thousand nine hundred seventy six crew members from the tv. Show the six million dollar man. Were shooting an episode at the pike amusement park in long beach california local and steve austin who played six million dollar man who was riding one of the rides. Spooky scary ride called laugh in the dark l. a. f. f. b. ghost and scary stuff like a haunted ride but it had laugh in the title to very misleading. Who was setting things up and making it scary. One of the employees they found a mannequin. Kneeling let me move this over here and the arm broke off. She's holding it and looking at it and he says this looks real thin and probably still. Some tendons snapped off snapped off god. And you've got to imagine things might be a little more realistic now or you know. People put a lot into haunted rides. Yeah but in. Nineteen seventy six pike's amusement park which is on its last days. You know they're gonna have mannequins in they're just gonna yeah them up or whatever but this crew member was holding a actual human arm. Oh my god from somebody who died in nineteen eleven. What the story of this essentially. Mummy goes back to nineteen eleven end. Pike's museum park wasn't its first stop. Oh my god then ended up on an episode of sex in the city guide. The corpse was elmer. Mccurdy an outlaw. Who died in a gunfight with police sixty five years before that just cigarettes hitting me with waves. And i. I'm trying to process it all is you're telling it to me and i

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Olympians: Halina Konopacka

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Olympians: Halina Konopacka

"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.

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Fallout 76’s New Roadmap Runs Through the Rest of 2021

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Fallout 76’s New Roadmap Runs Through the Rest of 2021

"For seventy six needs some new content and based on today's map players will have to wait until summer to get it. While new gameplay features and continued quality of life improvements are planned throughout the rest of the year. New story quest aren't coming to fall six until closer to july at the earliest based on the games newly revealed twenty twenty one roadmap. Here's lucy. Here's a loose overview of what's coming ahead in spring. We're getting special load outs camp. Slots mannequins daily ops expansions or daily ops expansion crafting sliders aim assist on consul. In the summer you're getting steel. Rain quests. expanded legendary crafting unlimited seasonal ranks. in an. if you're getting changes to private servers and then another daily ops expansion and then in winter you're getting more four-star legendary gear a new seasonal event about colts alien based public events and then campsite pets.

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We Tried the Insta-Famous Hanacure Face Mask

Allure: The Science of Beauty

03:46 min | 1 year ago

We Tried the Insta-Famous Hanacure Face Mask

"Week. We did a little home experiment for you was slightly traumatic but we are dedicated journalists. You're welcome face or something. Jenny what the hell is gonna tell me. Okay trying hannah cure this morning before i start some meetings at work. I'm going gonna open up a package. That's right we did the hanoch your facial it's called an all in one facial in the box says i'm going to get four octa lift solutions and for octo lift am pupils. See you open it up so the ambulance little glass vials in the solutions in these little pods and then i also have a brush and i do not know what octa lift means but we will find out wanting to try this mask for a while. Because i've seen it on social media. I think saw drew barrymore doing it. If you guys don't know this mask is the one that you put it on and it dries and it makes your skin look really really wrinkled. Like a raisin. The desk has a laundry list of supposed benefits like unclogging pours lifting. And firming opened the calf and empowering the little ampule and combining them now and then re seal it a shake vigorously for twenty seconds gel will form right here. We go to reading using the brush apply gel evenly to face. Then you have to pretend you're a mannequin. No laughing or smiling or blinking. Alas instruction says is fish movements to maximize effects. There's a picture of a woman holding fan and fanning her face. So twenty minutes goes trying not to move my face for twenty minutes. And i gotta figure out something to fan my face with these instructions ending bluefields cold and the shrinkage begins. I can feel it. Kinda starting to tighten a little bit. It's almost twenty minutes in. This thing is very tight. Very excited. To her. And set off it loosely. You are very very creepy. Any other thoughts to share. You talk weird no. I can't really move fish. Do you think this is going to make my skin really luminous kind of before. Now you look terrifying. My seven year old is right. I looked terrifying. I just rinse off my face and it was such a relief started feeling really itchy. So then when. I started putting the water on had to rinse for quite a while to get it off so right after i rinsed off the mask i was definitely khloe. Think it part of it was just the glow of being happy that the mask was off my face but my skin was very smooth. It didn't put on makeup right afterward. But i had the impression that it definitely would be a nice mass to do right before you did put on makeup because everything would would go on very nicely. I didn't have the instructions that said to be prepared for redness. I didn't experience any overall. The percents positive. Although it was a lot to go through to get

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The Mannequin Farm

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:19 min | 2 years ago

The Mannequin Farm

"I think. Finally the point where i'm able to talk about it. It's been several years since it happened. None of us not me. No my friend bravo home brothers friend who also experienced it have ever told a living in rarely mentioned it to each other but i think i think it might help to rise it down then. Maybe i can finally forget about when it happened. I was a teenager living in cumbria which is a region in the north west of england. Specifically i lived in the lake district an area of outstanding natural beauty which is also very rural and very popular with tourists. Imagine lurching doc sky's gray brick walls and rugged scenery mountains feels he's of water unfolding all around you and you've got the lake district in my youth out on a boat in the height of summer lazing on the dappled word in the beating heart son. I'd hike up the toughest mountains in torrential rain to see some of the most beautiful views that exist on this planet. I know i was lucky. And i tried navid be ungrateful but as a teenage girl growing up i always felt a keen sense of isolation from the rest of the world. My family lived and still live in a tiny cottage in a tiny village where everybody knows everybody. Whether there's no privacy toll and no chance of ever getting away with anything. I went to the local secondary school but by local. I mean. I had to take a half hour bus ride to get there and nearest town was that far away as wow some is in my youth always long and lonely. That's why it was such an incredible stroke of luck. When a go my own age moved into my village the summer i turned forty. My own family consisted of my parents and my younger brother. Tom who when i was fourteen and he was on. The cusp of thirteen. Just seem to mature for words and spending time with him would only occur as a last resort. My some lucky miracle. The girl also had a younger brother and on the day they moved in. My mom sent us both over to her house to introduce ourselves. And bring around some kendall mooncake kind of cumbrian specialities for those of you. Not in the know the go katie. And i became fast friends. She'd moved up from london after her daddy passed away from cancer which obviously was a difficult adjustment for her for several reasons and i remember being acutely aware that i had to tread carefully with her. It was just katie. Her brother michael and among the moment we met. I knew i'd like it. She was my age exactly with a cool sense of style. Small nose ring glinting from her nostril fascination to me who wasn't even allowed to pierce my own is as she wore a t shirt for band never heard of it symbol skull and crossbones. She didn't seem to put off by my own frumpy. Charity shop clothes and well over friendly desperate demeanor either. Which was a huge relief. Brother michael a small narrow-shouldered kit with very pale skin. An awkward manner and my own brother had enough to have to starting a conversation about video games and went off trotting to michael's room immediately to play on his xbox. I sensed the family had money. House was bigger than ours and a lot less shabby. And so michael would probably have a lot of the latest games after adverse introduction katie. I soon got talking. We sat in a kitchen swapping stories whilst a mom unpack boxes around us. She seemed grateful. There was someone her own age. In strange rural end. I of course was ecstatic.

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The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

Dressed: The History of Fashion

04:28 min | 2 years ago

The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

"You are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion. And so i sent her a direct message and i said hey. Tell me more what is going on. What are you doing when he planning And she told me about the show. And i said oh. That's really interesting and said you'll have you ever worked with the us institution before she said. No we haven't What would you be interested. And she said yes so. I went and saw the expedition. And i came back and i spoke with our colleagues here in just so happened that we had a are scheduled for twenty twenty and We really been thinking at that point about doing anything dedicated to him in and so it all fell into place We were slated to open in may but of course because of covid that did not happen. but again because we have great partners they were very flexible. And now we're opening number twenty first.

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The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:30 min | 2 years ago

The Women Who Revolutionized Fashion with Petra Slinkard

"Seven billion people in the world. We all have one thing in common every day. We all get dressed. Welcome to trust the history of fashion. Podcasts are we explore the who what of why we wear. We are fashion historian and your host april kellyanne and cassidy zachary will hello dressed listeners. Today we are very excited to feature an exhibition. That does something that you know. We love to do on dressed. And that is celebrating the work of bad ass ladies from their history and today. And that's right because today we are welcoming the peabody essex museum fashion and textile curator pitcher sling card to the show to discuss. The exhibition. Made it the women who've revolutionized fashion and as the museum's website says through more than one hundred works made it celebrates the stories of women who revolutionized many aspects of the fashion industry and traces how these efforts parallel history of women's global struggle for equity and opportunity exhibition is actually collaboration between pem and the kunst museum didn't hog in the netherlands and it features clothing from both of these museums collections. As well as from private and public collections and so from every designer from elizabeth keck lead to lady. Lucille gordon to madeleine to bonnie cashin and low mary. Quant and then all the way to more contemporary designers like rei kawakubo Irishman herpin gina. Kuma you do not want to miss this exhibition. It actually just opened in its on view until march twenty twenty one yes and alas we will not be able to make it to salem massachussetts in person this year especially right now so what better way to celebrate this exhibition them by being joined by his co. curator patriot. Welcome to the show. He had show welcome to dress. It's such a pleasure to have you here today thank you. I'm excited to be with you. So you are here to discuss the peabody essex. Museum latest exhibition the women who revolutionized fashion two hundred and fifty years of design as the title suggests. This is not by any means a small topic. Can you tell us about the exhibit and a little bit about the inspiration behind its creation. Sure absolutely So this exhibition actually is a partnership that we did our we're doing i should say With the consortium and then hand in the netherlands and it is an extension of a show. They put on called them. Vitol's strong women and fashion and their show then travelled to belgium and we are essentially kind of the third venue. But it's. It's an interesting collaboration because it's not an identical repaying of their show so they're installation on which was was beautiful and spanned multiple rooms in multiple galleries and our show is going to be designed a little bit differently And part of reason that we were very excited to partner with consortium is that they're so accommodating on really great partners they allowed us to borrow sixty objects from their election which was huge for us because of course the european collection Phenomenal works that represent into the big european designers for which doesn't have that much representation and but of course being in the united states. We really wanted to draw out of some additional stories that pertain to designers the twentieth century. But also american designers For whom there wasn't as much representation in their show the we've been able to augment With twenty five works from our own collection some of which are recent acquisitions and We borrowed a few pieces from the mfa in boston. We brought to pieces from the chicago history museum and then we're working with To private collectors. So there are a hundred eight mannequins in the show. It's a really big show and it does run the gamut. We say two hundred and fifty years. It's not of course the comprehensive look but it does span that timeframe and so why an exhibition dedicated to i mean. This probably goes without saying what inspired you to do. An exhibition dedicated just to women designers. Well that's a great question It actually takes me back to a time in chicago. Because i was working at the post. Your museum as the custom curators there and of course as a social history museum we were definitely thinking about a twenty twenty s. A hallmark year for the anniversary of the ratification of the nineteenth amendment. And so even then this back in two thousand seventeen By partner just kapoor. And i were already beginning to catacomb the collection and look to see what we might do in honor of women. Because of museum itself was looking to do a year of women based programming and exhibitions. My life changed. Because i. I moved tuesday when massachusetts became the vashon. Tech's curator the peabody essex museum. Is i kind of put that idea dressed. Rest until i was scrolling through instagram. One evening saw me ho. Hey who's curator at the museum post image of stack of books and i noticed all the names on the books. And they were all women designers. She said something pithy like coming soon. And you know a strong women fashion.

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Retailers are turning to virtual storefronts this holiday season

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Retailers are turning to virtual storefronts this holiday season

"Shopping is big part of the holiday season. We go downtown or to a packed mall browse the store windows smell. The chestnuts roasting in the street. The pandemic has obviously changed all this but some retailers like gap ted baker and ralph. Lauren are trying to deliver that experience to our computers. I just clicked her. A virtual tour of ralph lauren's beverly hills store at the entrance. There's an archway decorated with christmas garlands and a marble fountain with mannequins posed in front of it. I think that that this dude is supposed to be riding a horse or something and there is a saddle next to him. Yeah a saddle. Part of the ranting. I guess. I don't think that it's for sale. And i tried to click on it. But now i ended up in another somewhere else. I don't know where i am. Now let me go back. Oh god okay. I talked about the virtual storefront experience with joe toro a professor at the university of pennsylvania and author of the book. The aisles have is the thing that's weird about it. One is that there's no one else in the store and two. There's no sales people so it's essentially a store after the rest of the world has been destroyed. And when you click on a particular marker next to the goods you see the price of the goods you can actually purchase it. We've seen the companies that make these virtual stores sell themselves during the pandemic as a way to get people in store despite the lockdown Do you think brands are hoping this will drive sales or is it. Just more of a pr move well everything. They're hoping we'll drive sales. I think what it is is an attempt to use the architecture that they have. The stores are brands. The physical architecture says something about store the idea that when you walk into a ralph lauren. Store it's not macy's that's the kind of idea they want to depict find interesting. Is that retailers. Were launching these virtual storefronts even before the pandemic which to me indicates that they think people will want to use them during normal times. Why do you think. Shoppers would go to a virtual store if they could go to one in person because it's easier sometimes because people have gotten used to the idea. The habit of shopping online and because those stores wanna differentiate themselves from amazon. If you can actually walk into ralph lauren. In a way that makes you feel good about what you're doing instead of going on to amazon and just going through a regular kind of standard catalog. Maybe would find more interesting. I mean occurs to me that stores are not always accessible or comfortable for everyone. And don't forget that. If you live in new york los angeles there are stores for just about every brand and so what they're doing is reporting the expensive architecture and branding that they created for these flagship stores in big cities and allowing people all over the country and even the world to go into them. So you've written about. How retailers are remarkably good at tracking us in store figuring out our preferences what we might wanna by using cameras and smartphone apps and gps's how might the data collection process look different in virtual storefront. Well the great thing about that. From the standpoint of the retailer is they can actually follow. Your is particularly if using goggles right. They know what you're looking at. They know where you've gone it has the counterpart of walking through the store. So they can actually see. Have you passed the shoe aisle while maybe if we give you a virtual coupon you'll go back to the shoe while they're that level of lineal activity that they can follow and they can see what you're interested in which is partly possible to do of course on a regular website but in terms of the movement across the store and maybe the the trying on of things and putting them back and all that eventually you'll be able to see in this kind of world That's gonna be useful for Stores to know also where you start when you go to a website you pretty well have search for a particular good and then you put it down or you purchase it when you walk into a store. You may wonder you know. If it's a virtual store the same thing and companies will be really interested in how people wander. That's one of the major issues of creating stores organizing stores figuring out how to get people to buy things. Where do you place your goods based upon how people wonder do you think there's any additional data a retailer might be able to get if you're shopping in its virtual store rather than its in-person store will say say what you look for is one thing if the voice becomes part of it for example if they include a virtual sales people who talk to you the way customers talked to the virtual sales people could become another important piece of data what companies infer from the way you speak and even the literal voice tones that you speak with can tell them things about you. Joe torre wrote the book. The aisles have is

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Life in Front of the Lens

This Week in Photo

05:35 min | 2 years ago

Life in Front of the Lens

"Hey. Welcome back to another episode of this week in photo I'm your host, Fredericton Johnson. Today. On this interview I'm talking with Mal, reilly jade about well first of all, she's written a book called in front of the lands in it. Sort of goes into the the world of a model in front of the Lens and some important tips and tricks on how we as photographers behind the lens can have a more successful relationship that results in great photos. So she's put that together. So I thought it would. Be Great to have a discussion about that and talk about it. You know what are the pluses? What are the minuses where the landmines for photographers that are looking to get into this genre photography? You know shooting models and it's it's it could be a minefield especially in these days with the metoo movement and all that a lot of photographers a move into this genre, but don't for fear of doing or saying the wrong thing. So Riley is here to help us hopefully not step on any landmine. They. Well, welcome to the show how are you doing and get. Thank you. Thanks for having me on here. Yeah. Yeah I'm excited to dive into this topic. This is like I said a little intro there. This is obviously an important topic and photographers deb you look at all these gorgeous images of beautiful women in magazines and online etcetera and they dream of one day shooting like that. You know. But the hurdle to get to that as a where do you find people? You know there's a lot of amateur models but not a whole lot of professional models that that that know how to pose I wanNA talk about that, and then also some of the. Pitfalls that photographers should avoid win trying to shoot this kind of genre. So let's let's start with just a little bit of history on you. So Riley Jade, who are you in where are you from and what brought you to this world of modeling? Yes I must trillion. And side muddling about eight years ago Mazda Uni and I just did as a hubby about full years and then I started to get into more paid work and yeah when Kobe not happening I'm traveling around and around the world. Shooting which I absolutely love. So Yan and obviously during lockdown I was stuck in one place so I decided to put. Together. And how's it going? How's it going so far? Yeah. It's honestly going so much better than I expected. I hit one hundred styles not long ago and I had so much amazing feedback which is what's really important. So yeah, really scared we'll let let's to help get the word out about it because I think it's like I said I think it's a really important topic for photographers to sort of understand how to move into that genre. So let let's talk about that a little bit. So you've been photographed many many many times you've worked with many many many photographers of all skill levels I'm sure. Out of all the people you've work with what are some of the some of the traits of the more successful photographers out there you know is it is it become Organi, their assertive or their collaborative would you feel the trade of the successful photographer? Say like the key to any successful she is communication and respect you know if you've got those two nil been, you're gonNA have a great shoot. Definitely. You said being a collaborative if it. You know no matter. Even if they took the race specific idea still including the models ideas hiring mannequin you hiring a person with ideas and experiences the IT'd be a waste not to you that. So definitely, like communication respect and having that sort of teen collaborative approach to shoot is key. Yeah and then that what does that collaboration look like? There's like you know when when the photographer first contacts you and says, Hey, you know that. Is it. That, they know what they want and they allow you to input your thoughts into what the the final shot is going to be or. Does it manifest differently. Ya. Think it depends on the type of you know if it's T.F. p. then it's obviously the models ideas really needs to be included. But you know if a photographer contact me for a page with a specific idea that collision comes in the fact that they still they get my agree I agree to those ideas really communicate them well. Is that okay with you excetera. So that's just not a big. Information Dump on me, it's back and forth communication like agree with that. And then we get to the shoot. Odd Do you have any ideas to add to this exemption it just really makes for a more enjoyable experience everyone and great sheets. Great shots. So yeah. Yeah. It should be fun. Right at the end of the day is should be doing a shoot should be you're having a good time you know it's work obviously, but it shouldn't be stressful or shouldn't be attitudes on set in that kind of thing if you had that kind of thing happened where you in the photographer. Just didn't gel in the final shots reflected. I get along with very much. But I think. The issue is when people micromanage. That sort of when it. makes it a bit hard. You know they don't give me a chance to even post it all this a movie hand up here and there, and so I think it's important just to you know you're hiring someone with experience and you know who knows what they're doing. So give them a chance to show you that anticipate of show the you this skills setting micromanaging is when it does kill shoot a bit.

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