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"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong
"Alot from wonder media. Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about the first major American movie star. She openly criticized racist typecasting her accomplishments were groundbreaking and many of her critiques still. Ring true today. Let's talk about the prolific Anna. May Wong. Anna was born in Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Her birth name was Wong lead song. She initially attended a majority white school but transferred to Chinese school to. Escape racism she. From her classmates. Anna often skipped class to check out nearby film sets pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get closer to the cameras. She came up with Anna May Wong as her stage name by age eleven. And she was fourteen when she appeared in a silent picture, caught the red lantern. At Seventeen, Anna played the lead role in the toll of the sea one of the first movies and color. Anna's most notable early role was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, she played in the hit movie the thief of Bagdad. Though. This part was a stepping stone for her career. It's also emblematic of the problems with Hollywood casting that Anna would soon after vocally advocate against and interviews. In the thief of Bagdad, Anna played a treacherously in a subservient role wearing very little clothing. Anna appeared in more than fifty films throughout her life and she often struggled with subservient. typecasting Hollywood also repeatedly granted lead Asian roles to white actors and cast actual. Asian. Actors. As villains. After working in the United, states for several years, Anna had had enough of Hollywood's biased casting. So she moved to Europe. Europe was more receptive when it came to Anna's acting ability. She started films throughout the continent with reporters praising her transcendent talent. One notable appearance was in the British movie. Piccadilly in nineteen twenty. Nine After a few years in Europe and a decided to give Los. Angeles. Another shot she appeared in the famous nineteen thirty two movie. Shanghai Express opposite. Marlene Dietrich. I must confess I. Don't quite know standard respectability that you know newborn how But Hollywood hasn't really improved. It's racist casting methods. Anna, auditioned for the lead role in the gutter. A film based on the novel about a family of Chinese farmers despite Anna's film
Los Angeles - Gunman opens fire during central California house party in Manteca, injuring 7 people
"7 people have been injured and two are in critical condition after a gunman opened fire during a large House party and Manteca early this morning. Los Angeles Times reports. CHP officers were conducting a traffic stop shortly after midnight when they heard several gunshots and noticed people running from a house sandal keen sheriff's offices. A man armed with a semi automatic weapon showed up at the party. And started shooting into the crowd of seven people taken to the hospital. Five have been treated and released to remain in critical
"manteca" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The we are going to head to Vallejo we've got more KCBS traffic and weather together we're gonna check in with the new accident three cars involved in this one it's on the south bound twenty nine on ramp to westbound at thirty seven so traffic is just slightly backed up approaching the scene because the slow lane is blocked watch out for truck a van and a satanic who makes it up there getting first reports of a serious crash in Manteca on a highway one twenty west bound solo overturn accident right at that main street exit there it is on the right hand shoulder their injuries and that just coming in now so expect emergency units to arrive at any minute now westbound on one twenty Manteca at main street and Hercules better news pothole repair is now complete that was on the connector from eastbound interstate eighty two eastbound highway four they actually had traffic diverted there and now all lanes open traffic is moving once again and heads up for some debris Burlingame not sure if it's been that swept out of the way metal debris south bound one one before the Broadway exit in the slow lane next update three forty eight on the traffic leader KCBS KCBS bay area weather forecast a few sports is here and there other wines so partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon highs mid to upper fifties is going to be cloudy overnight with lows in the forties tomorrow rain comes back in the weather picture we will see highs just in the mid to upper fifties traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one oh six nine AM seven forty KCBS if you're just joining.
"manteca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"It's eight six six six ten six three nine seven good luck they still have those things clothing donations yeah sure is the see the morality Manteca let's see we've we've now said the more troops about what three thousand more troops to the Middle East many others that way a little over three fire rainy and says that he consider revenge scenarios but but we sell us that maybe it is your sounds like it's sure sounds like they hope well last night will be the end of well unless the president does something Hey I think the president stir the many I. and they blinked that's what looks like if indeed nothing was it nothing was hurt hello saying Hey we did a great job the guided missile you pointed out yeah they're guided missiles and they specifically had areas that are popular it is not a rocket yeah it's a missile the I I talked to the to governor valuable I think she's terrific you know look my job is to ask tough questions even people I really like it I really like her we're talking about marijuana in the legislature and everybody Tallahassee seemingly against this amendment to go ahead and allow for a medical my for for marijuana to be legal any anybody that's medical but anybody ever all against the all filed briefs now of the Republicans in the house Republicans in the Senate right tourney general right the chamber of commerce everybody in this room as you people do a little research and don't tell me that it's because our kids try to keep the kids come by on the street corner that's we want to get rid of we want the revenue from the from the taxes good conversation have whether we will hear that nine forty one cool eight fifty six Mays got us forces Jimmy the New York Giants are said to have their main page read special teams coordinator wide receivers coach Joe judge will reportedly become the new head coach for the G. men the thirty eight year old has been on bill.
Linguists Hear An Accent Begin
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred. They Ryan in spines sties. Nine late in the lying rain in Spain stays mainly in the plane. Why can people speaking the same language have such such different accents. The short answer new accents begin to develop when isolated groups of speakers start making nearly imperceptible changes to the way they pronounce. Words accents development is the first step in language change kicking hundred years ago languages like English. Joie Chen's Swedish actually all dialects of the same language but of course then they go over. Time University of Munich Linguist Jonathan Harrington. He's interested in how accents for skit started. But because of global communication most communities are no longer linguistically isolated slated. An audio recording equipment. Didn't exist back when more of them were so how to capture the early stages of accent formation today Harrington and his team team turned to members of the British Antarctic survey who speak with a variety of English accents when you're in Antarctica during the winter period then says no way in and there's no way out so they were isolated together and a interacted with each other and they have to cooperate with each each although Harrington's team recorded the winters reciting list of words before they left for Antarctica then while they're the winters recorded themselves saying saying the same words for more times the linguist then analyze the recordings in particular resonances. The way airflow shape sound resonances says all the defining Christine features which let you distinguish one vowel from the nest and even during their short time in Manteca the way the winters produced certain valves began to converge averaging out the resonances for example at the beginning of the study some people produce the Ooh in food at the front of the mouth like this while others use the back of the mouth but they began to sound more similar over time. In addition the winters invented slightly new ways of pronouncing valves such is shifting the production of the second syllable in the word window very slightly forward in the vocal tract the linguistic these small changes document the very beginnings of a common accent. The study is in the Journal of the Acoustical Society. Diety of America Harrington says the research isn't just relevant for understanding Earth's colonial past. He thinks there's every reason to expect that prolonged `isolation will cause stress on Mars missions to end up with an out of this world accent.
"manteca" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"First month of swipes for just five dollars when you choose a monthly plant. If you use the link get Roman dot com slash chocolates get Roman dot com slash chick. Let's well. Why didn't you have one on the golf course with some old? Ladies get offended R._A.. Ray I I wrote this down right away and I texted you guys to remind me so I got to play. Sanctity had golf club on Manteca water track. I mean look I. I told you guys last time we talked. I was really fired up and the rain. Oh show the rain so they're waterspouts. It turns out I was calling them. Water sprouts routes and got no less than five hundred tweets just killing me. I was getting right but right after the episode you'd corrected yourself and you said Mikey I was Gonna ask taken out but let's see how many people torture me online about it and you're right. You got smoked. I was getting tagged in a lot of them too so it was waterspouts. Not Water sprouts either way. They were popping up all over that piece so I still go out there though and it turned out we didn't get a drop of rain temperatures beautiful but it was blowing alone. It was blowing twenty five miles an hour right on the ocean so that's a tough course right. Well not only do we find out that it's blowing twenty five thirty miles an hour as we get up to that end ended the island. It's the non prevailing wind for non-gulf folks out there. The prevailing wind the golf course is built basically a the way that the prevailing ailing win usually goes the wind that usually blow say it's north to south. They'll make long par fours that are usually down wind though make short par fours that are usually into the wind if the prevailing Availa very interesting Mrs Nice built so what happens this day we show up catty says to me on your bag today Greek kid great kid. He says to me <hes> he's hitting on the range. I'm striping on the range range session I've ever had it was like I was absolutely I was hitting driver out of the range just smoking smoking Provia ones into the fucking Bush's of Nantucket. The kid comes up to me is I. Hey it's going to be awesome <hes> but it's the non prevailing wind this place is GonNa play six shots harder. He said now my jewelry get out there on the eleventh hall. We're halfway through the round. He says it's.
"manteca" Discussed on KTRH
"Manteca thence already charged with tampering with a corpse Houston. Police of offered another five thousand dollars reward a couple of from Louisiana offered ten thousand dollars as well. Right now, HP in Texas equa, search taking off for Arkansas to look for the remains crime stoppers. Need your help solving cold case August nineteenth of nineteen Eighty-three, an unknown number of suspects robbed and shot three victims in a real estate office building located off Memorial Drive, and highway six Sarah, Ivy is the daughter of Francis Ivy, one of the victims are actually looking for pleasure. It's been almost thirty six years. Then my mother and to other realtors in the office were murdered the day after hurricane Alicia Ivy says, if you're in the area at that time and hurt her saw anything, please. Call crime stoppers seven one. Three two two two tips. All tips are anonymous Houston mayoral hopeful. Bill king has launched a petition drive to end what he calls pay to play, politics at city hall king's campaign plans to collect forty thousand signatures before July eighth to four city council to adopt the ordinance or schedule a public vote. Petitions contributions to five hundred dollars to do business with the city and we'll ban contributions from strip clubs both of which are accusations king has made against MIR Turner's administration brother, some bad news for the UCLA. Bruins three lawsuits worth potentially fifteen million dollars have been filed against the Bruin football team. The men behind the lawsuits were Lyman on the team and claim the coaching staff, including head coach, Jim Mora ignored concussion protocol saying the training staff failed the conduct follow up exams after a player got hurt demand. Also claim that the coaching staff pressured injured players to get back on the field and then made fun of the players who didn't NBC's Jason campus. Dona KTAR news time three oh. Four the markets are closed. Thank goodness, here's Katie rich money man pension brought.
"manteca" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"manteca" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Christmas to you. Thanks for hopping on manteca says to you. Thank you very much. I guess we'll have to start with LeBron. What else is new your thoughts on the quote, Jewish money Instagram post? And then the I guess no comment if you will from the NBA. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's one of those where LeBron I think at least he owned up to apologize. There are a lot of interesting. I think pieces on day that most people finally had been with their families here in Welshman wrote a very good one Jared Dubin, you can find on Twitter wrote a very good one talking about the intricacies of the damage that that stereotype can do historically. I'm not one to speak on it not being of Jewish or heritage. But I think that it's the evidence that you know, and eighteen even the people that we look to his leaders are still going to make mistakes, and that we're all still learning, and we're also finding out about the complicated histories of problematic discussion points in stereotypes. I think the NBA's decision to stay quiet about it is telling LeBron's power, but also owned it pretty well today, and we'll have to see whether or not that's far enough for those agrees in order to make sure. This feels rectify for whatever damage caused did deserve a finer suspension. It's an interesting question, isn't it was borderline situation? So like, Nicole yoga got tagged for a comment. He made earlier in the season. What you said, no, homo, which I think is probably on the level of offense and yoga wasn't necessarily aware of the kind of damage, then it would do that isn't necessarily skews it. But it does impact the intent like this is where we're at now where you know, the that you say and do publicly you definitely can wind you up in hot water. I tend to think that you're of a question probably is warranted. Especially because any find the NBA warranted is effectively pocket change for LeBron. At this point. I don't think it would necessarily hurt anything in that instance, by all the things that probably talking to him and fostering, a relationship in which he makes a men will probably lead to more goods and making some tour of tagging approach with a chill that more. Joining us here on CBS sports radio, Mattie. I guess we'll start at least on the court wise with the Lakers right there. One thousand nine and fourteen is this what you expected them to be forty games into the season. They're fascinating in that team overall performance. If you look at their wind profile, which is something I pay a lot of attention to it's actually better than what I expected. They've gone some wins that I may not have thought that they be able to get some of that set the schedule soften teams that we thought was stronger, we're a little bit weaker be overall individuals performances. Are you know, I think pretty weak? I don't think the Lonzo ball. Brandon ingram. Kyle. Who's my any of those guys who had a really stellar season. I think John has had a great team nothing houses had an excellent December developing good pick up, but it's still jail. Mckee? None of their individual players. You look at it and go. Wow, LeBron spot around in the overall team performance. I think is really strong, and that's a testament to a LeBron NBA coach, Luke. Figuring out ways to get it done. There are some signs of maybe their record maybe a little bit better than they actually be fascinating to see what happens over the next month. When they're scheduled time gets really tough for a little while before softens later on and to be fair as you mentioned the top eight in the Western Conference as of now only separated by five game. So we don't have a seventy two in ten golden Golden State Warriors team this year. We just don't. Yeah. The balance is really fascinating. And that you're on the west what we're saying is there are fewer absolutely elite teams with the warriors and rockets having separate themselves as like they did last year, but we have better parody. We have a really high level of parody in the Western Conference where no one through fourteen if you just take out the sons because 'cause they're the sons then everybody else is pretty much in the playoff race. And that's a very high level versus the east. It's more top heavy where you have you know, Milwaukee Toronto Boston even has its third decline. Indiana is flying under the radar. You have a lot of the Sixers a lot of really good teams. And then a lot of direct in the west. It's just like, Nope. They're good. They're good. They're good. They're good every single night. And I think you're gonna see a lower bar to get into the playoffs, but it's going to be harder because the level competition every single night in the west really interesting stuff with Matt Moore. Here's we travel around the NBA. Let's go to the east now where as you said, it's more top heavy with Toronto Milwaukee, Indiana in Philadelphia are the raptors the best team in the sport right now. Attempting attempting I'm gonna say, yes. Based off of where they're at right now. I don't think they'll be there. They'll be the best team on June. But they've got as good as anybody can take another war is we're gonna look at odds of who's the Golden State. I think Toronto has to be number one the one team that brings depth. Great offense. Great defense versatility a superstar player and quiet, Leonard. They've x factor and pass out the occupants an excellent they're doing everything that we would ask them to do. I do find it interesting that a lot of the advanced metrics favorite belt walkie and Denver in some of these conversations. But look, you know, Toronto Hawaii hasn't played a lot of these games arrest purposes, and they've had some injuries, and they keep plugging along nurses done a heck of a job even with as much infrastructure was in place when he goes over there a really good team at the risk of sounding slightly, Debbie. Downer ish should I be more excited about Sixers Celtics tomorrow than I am. Because it just like Lakers warriors. I think is going to be great. But as we take these in order bucks in is a throw away that has no chance of being interesting. But Sixers Celtics, I'm like, I don't know which way to go on it. You know? I think this lights not great this year. I thought that when they came out with that. I understand what they're going for which is all right too. Big markets too. Big franchises, lots of star power draw ratings, and I get that. But for sports fans, I don't know. Like you see the sector and Celtics play four times a year in the regular season. They played five games in the playoffs. We know the matchup problems at Boston creates them it Philidelphia Wednesday game tomorrow, we're not going to change your opinion of who wins the seven game series. And I think that's maybe a little bit more of a of a problem. But the Christmas light you want matchup. There are really going to redefine what you think about, you know, the teams involved after the outcome and even the Sixers win, you don't change your mind. You still kind kinda know where Boston isn't. We're silly is in hierarchy. I think that's why that's gonna be really great. If they meet again the playoffs Jimmy Butler, but there's not that much injury compared to I think some of the other matchups it might have been able to have Matt Moore from the action network. Joining us here on CBS sports radio. Jay Berman filling in for Scott ferrall. Well, we're going all the way till midnight eastern time. All right. There's two things I like to look at the standings page up on my computer, the top and the bottom. So we've discovered that Toronto in the lock in Denver and Golden State at the top at the bottom. There's actually a pretty good race going on for worst. Record hawks bowls next. I'll have nine wins. Cabs and sons have a there is a quite a little battle going on there for the right to a we we picking Zayn Williamson with the topic. Yeah. GM's a real hasn't talked about that for fear being fine. The indication I get from very league personnel is it's I on. And they're pretty big drop off. He's a player just looked at as transformational for a franchise. And the lowered even out lottery, it I think this year are going to be impactful teams aren't going to change. But I think it also means that you'll feel towards better teams, right? Like, the Knicks don't have any incentive to completely lose out. KP back that seems at least interesting raves of Zion again Kristaps Porzingis along with Kevin knock who's been great the last two weeks. You might have something there. Lonzo career. There's some interesting pieces in New York with Atlanta you'd have trae young and die on. There's all these really interesting combinations that wind up happening. But I still think that because of the lottery is it because so many teams took last year and so blatantly effectively tanks that we're going to see less of that this season, which is better for the NBA and better for the product like we'll fill the team that's gonna wind up. The worst is truly going to be the worst team in the league because everyone else is trying who's the first half entity. Straw poll on this network about two weeks ago and the leader by far to eleven to to count was Jaanus on it and compo, and I think that he's the favourite by the oddsmakers as well. I saw sixty two as far as favorites. I think that he's done the most in terms of got the wind profile. He's got the individual kissed. If Anthony Davis is team was better. He would have a stronger case if what Ron didn't have the key. And if he's trying a little bit more on defense. He probably has the best case the human race between Janas and Steph curry curry with a lot of games if he misses more he's out of it. But if it gets back what he was doing before heading five three the game setting records record two thousand sixteen pace that gets very very close even whether it's much help as he has which is she was detrimental in the voters minds. It could be a really wild ending between Janas putting up shoes numbers across the board for each depriving. The walking is better than most expected versus staff whose aren't good and hasn't been really dominant, but he'd been so spectacular. That's what I think it make an interesting down the stretch next coach to get fired. Ooh. You know, I think I think we might get to the end of the year without any changes. I don't see anybody. That's really danger of losing unless the pelicans going into a complete tailspin and Alvin gentry is on the hook. But even then he got an extension the money locked in on a bunch of guys. So there's very little chance of that happening. It's hard to find a guy that you look at it and say, oh, he's definitely got to go again because we have so much parody in the Western Conference and in the evening. The rosters have them limited. So I don't know that we're going to see another one before the end of the year. Interesting stuff. Matt Moore from the action network joining us here on CBS sports radio as we go all the way till midnight eastern time. My name is Jay Berman. Let's discuss the playoff matchups if it was coming down to today..
"manteca" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That is that is true, man. We'll tell you what people talking about this move destroy a little while. But first, let me go ahead and welcome the rest of you up in here already giving you limps of these folks, lemme go ahead and introduce you to them a little bit more. I'm talking about the Ted. How you doing today? What is going on somebody that you should spoil? Mary poppins. Just go watch Christopher, Robin. I think we did. I don't think we talked about it. But you know, what? If I don't wanna hear the spoiler Damiri pop today. The moves already out. We'll do that. We'll do say some pretty about Mary Poppins was sawed again. Well, you you're going to see it again because you wouldn't go see again. Well, 'cause you company took you, right? They were they were like, hey, you could pick you could pick Mary Poppins. And I it will like how every online ticketing system. Most of the time. It's some kind of glitch. And it was always that. Oh, we can't process your order just now. But but please try again, and you like, no, you know, everybody's. Just tell me it's sold out and I can move on. And so after some of that, I was like fine. Okay. Mary poppins. And then I heard later they. Oh, yeah. Like glitz try again. Oh, it's sold out. You got married. Poppins was better the second time around. Actually, it was man. See now. See that's why you do these retrospectives in at nauseam post-mortems mortems. Yeah. Because I told you move. It was all right. Yeah. Yeah. No. What's your second time? I was like. Kind of fun here. Now that was put an very delightful mood watching that boy. Boy, I should not even ask questions. It is the internet. But y'all find all these pictures out there? I don't even know what I even make this pitch on the who made. This did on me is. Okay. Yes. Photoshop sometimes things up done so long ago that don't even. I remember doing brand brush was kids. I use them for the campaign when I did the starting. And and I thought it with are really wearing a beard. I thought like Jesus I'm on a jail. I don't remember to the white girl. Middle of December wins spill shutdown. Yeah. Yeah. No wasn't. I remember this one I had to go around and record him. Brian was one is it. Now, keep it going, man. You ain't got that was about to leave town. The hell out of here. Was going on check. Good to see good to have your hair. And let me see what else is going on here. Let me walk in the rest of you guys. Welcome you out there. Yes. You talking to you sitting out there right now. I don't don't don't start opening up the packages yet. Don't start celebrating just yet. Just hold on. Hold on join us on the show if you can as Christmas time, and now you can get up and just come down here to the studio 'cause you got to spend some time with the family at home manteca. But some Samantha made. But hey, you can't. Yeah. But Samantha's an orphan so. I think this is it all about your life. Right. They're just gonna stink ask. By yourself. All alone. No, no, no. We're glad to have you here. Samantha good to have you here. Good you here in. We would love it. If you could just do as one simple favor. If if I was getting no other gift this Christmas..
"manteca" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Does that? So some of the mythological beasts work very dangerous. Manteca man eaters, the cyclops is where usually cannibals as the giants. So there were all of these different creatures within the beef Aries that were you know, life threatening to humans. What were you trying to learn from these creatures? I tried to approach them in a much different way than most. Folks. Do I looked at some of the folklore, but I really wanted to see how they were trying to represent a higher level of consciousness of humans or some kind of supernatural realm. And most of my research looked at them from a different perspective or different angles to see how they were psychologically used to show some part of human nature were, you know, higher enlightening capacity that we might have in our mind. Was there a certain creature that gave you more information or to talk to you the most that you were researching. Yeah. I would have to say the big thinker there on that. I don't know if you're familiar horrible looking creature. Isn't it very scary? Died which is usually considered satana the big brouhaha with bathroom it right now. Because there's a lawsuit there's gonna be a monument built with Iraq. And then there was a show on Netflix, which appropriated it there's currently a battle over bath. Amac, and he was the one that came up the most in my research. But I thought it was kinda funny. Was that going to be made in Detroit? I think it was Arkansas. Yeah. Exactly. Most folks, you know, think it's because it has the goat had. But my research revealed it to be absolutely the opposite of that. And it actually represents someone who has seen the face of God. Really? Yeah. It's gonna human body though. Right. Correct. And how the human body it's usually her did it in most of the portrayals, which is also how angels are trade. Most of the time. I had written a little bit about this research in my previous book called the secret source when I was researching angels, I made like a little Lincoln connection. And there's this strange Hebrew and Muslim reference to both Moses and Mohammed. And they also talk about Alexander the great this way and also enough who becomes Benetton we're winning offense to heaven and they see the face of God. There's this thing that happens whether face starts to shine light. And they look like they have horns on their head. And the way they see it as Rams horns and the name bafflement. If you study it it's actually related to the name Muhammad, and it's trying. To depict someone who has ascended to heaven, and it's just so crazy that everyone thinks it's satanic. No pan had a human head in body. But it goats bottom or something. Right, right. He was reversed. So he considered evil or not most people consider pan evil as well. Which is pretty silly because he's just nature so pan right really represented, you know, nature, and like most of the beasts that I talk about in a Bestiary, humans are part of nature, and we have an animal instinct and drive inside of us. So pan was mostly representing those parts of what some people call are lowered nature's or instincts. You know? So I guess that has been demonized 'cause who wants to admit that this biological creature running around we all I to think of ourselves as little more sophisticated. I guess we're we're do. Gargoyles should in are they in their gargoyles? Are I didn't put those in the bud? But they are they're supernatural guardian. So that gargoyles are kind of more like Dame on which is where we get the word demon. But it Damon is like a guardian spirit or guardian angel kind of like the thinks as well. So there's these some of the super I talk about the things in my book and some of the supernatural creatures are not dangerous to humanity, but they actually guard and protect us, and sometimes communicate with humans, according to a lot of literature and references, some people come into relationship with some of these supernatural creatures are gonna tell you most of the creatures in your book, look evil. They're scary. It's true. But evil is really just comes from fear. Right. If we're going to say something's evil monthly it's because we don't understand it. And we're frayed of it. What's the what's the miniature? The minutes are is a very special less than for people. The story of the minutae was that it was a bastard child that was kind of hidden away intact away. And then it grew into this huge problem needing to heat everything I started eating people. And it was a very dangerous though that usually represents you keep a secret or try to hide in repressed something it's just gonna cost you a lot of problems later. But more more significantly the minutes har- inside of the labyrinth is talking literally about the mind as amaze as if your mind is a kind of means, and there's this thing in there that can eat you like I was talking about earlier that that deceiver that. Negative energy for tax. And so the minute tar represented these secret shames that are in our mind that we have to kind of labyrinths around. Right. So that they don't take over. I it sounds like you're trying to find good off any of these creatures are you? Well, I'm trying to look at both sides. Yeah. So I think there is you know, you've got you've got a vampire in here. There's a chapter devoted to vampires. I wanna is one of the good things about the vampires is a good thing about a vampire absolutely say if you got your neck bitten. Maybe if I had done something right interface, all perspective, but one of my favorite vampire stories is of Kali goddess. Okay. So obvious cannibalistic giants had gone crazy, and then wrecking everything and eating all the people. And so Kali comes down to save the day as she starts drinking all their blood. So she takes the form of a vampire in order to conquer these cannibals. They're just running rampant all over the place. So that was the case I would goddess who becomes a hero by being a vampire. I'm not sure about the vampires. Well, you know, if you have like, let's say you have a very dangerous creature, and you can utilize it for a purpose. Then it's dangerous put to good use. Right. So if there's something that might be, you know, a threat if you just think of a way to use it like, for example, if you have a bad habit or disposition to something that's a little unsavory. If you can think of a constructive lady, you that it becomes a superpower like say you like to fight or getting fight. Well, if you join the MMA, you can make a lot of money doing it becomes this. You know, venerated talent for this. Otherwise, you know, destructive things. So I if you kind of focus and make use of these evil things they can have a purpose mentioned very quickly the creatures you've gotten the book. Sure dragon which we just talked about Pegasus giant cyclops Griffin's. You explain what they are. Terrible. Reubens demons the Golam chimeras Phoenix the owns and the fish people the minute card juggernaut vessel USC Centaur unicorn werewolf..
"manteca" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"David as everyone knows this podcast started out as a hard hitting journalism two. And then we the big question asking questions and we've veered away the show is now become a bit a palooza. It's true. This lot of movie to us trying to be no bits podcast. It's become a lot of bits about move. We can deal with then twenty nineteen. I feel like we can tackle. We'll get back on on mass. Yeah, we'll figure it right. But in the meantime, if you got that sort of like real true crime. Yes, a real propane podcast. I got one to recommend for you. Do. Listen, okay. If you like cereal, if you like s town dirty John, these you might like about called Ed manteca. Oh, that's created by audio. Yeah, right here. Yeah. Talking about the death row, confessions of the railroad killer. Okay. Angel resent does criss cross the US by freight train in the eighties and nineties. Choosing his victims at random for his executed. Let's say Texas in two thousand six. That's spooky extremely spooky. I bummed out right now, but here's the twist. Okay. Shamlan style before his death resent us spoke to journalists and host Alexander furred and claimed on tape to have killed as many as forty people more than he was arrested for. No good, very bad. Don't do it. Don't listen. Guess as each episode takes a confession and leads Alex on an investigation to find out the truth. Okay, because here's a double Shamlan. You gotta ask yourself was the railroad killer lying order slowdown, his journey. The execution chamber, even more sensor than anyone could have imagined an unreliable narrator heaters interviews with his only survive in victim. Jeez, that must be a weird club to be part of the psychiatrists do best attorneys who worked on the case to mates currently serving licenses for crimes resent claims. He committed. We've been trying to book them as guests on the show. I'll tell you the her gets. So you visit out podcast who podcast Spotify, fair podcast directory talking..
"manteca" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Will be announcing more cities and more dates as we approach two thousand nineteen. It's going to be a big fun, two thousand nineteen. I'm super psyched about it. And of course, by the way, if when you're on the website Bichon to get a head batch t shirt because it's fashionable on exciting, I recently have been wearing my matter what's happening, what's going on t. shirt and I keep getting compliments on it. So you never know. You might get a comment on your head batch t shirt, so don't go through life without a compliment. Good advice ban. Yeah, don't let your don't deprive yourself compliment. Get that t shirt and watch. Watch. People are like just fawn over those crap fashions. Oh my God. You know what? I'm trying to. I'm trying to emerge your contact and trying to merge ABI side and Ben manteca because I keep texting two different bins. And it feels weird because I only know went bad and they're both beside amp. Mantle car? Yeah, smelt a multifaceted, truly. In your phone, aren't you guys glad tuned into day? I know. I mean, this is the excitement. You know, there's a MAC OS update and our all all a flutter. Although I have no planes everything. These fuckers? Yeah. Did you not update yet or did you? Yes, everything's like different now. And I guess I have automatic updates turned on, and so I'm like, where's my bookmarks buyer? And I couldn't find it. And then I had like how to look up how to put my book Mark spark because I'm like ninety years old. Okay. Also the return of Murphy Brown. Now she's like an old lady and that's. If like. I like to them. Are acquainted. That's how I feel. I'm like, Candace, Bergen walking through life. This is what we've come to. I should have stayed inside, but I like how you say that as if it's like mercury mercury and retrograde. Well, I mean, well, you know, now we're in fall and if the tournament p Brown, so. Mermaid premise. Retrograde. Okay. Yeah, I heard it's not so great. Did you watch it? No, I didn't watch. I didn't even know it was on, but I read a really shitty review of it yet line. And I got kind of Pissy about the review. And then I was mad former fy Brown, and this is my fault for not watching the book club. Maybe I really wanted to see. I mean, I'm like mad, I'm I feel guilty. I'm like a range of emotions today. No, you know, I actually well I was playing board games last night, so I forgot to watch it. And I think I'm okay with that because I love Murphy Brown as youth that none of the commercials made me laugh. And I feel like if a commercial can't make me laugh, then I'm I, that's bad news for the for the sitcom, so I am going to preserve my Murphy Brown memories. Well, if it's it's laughing, commercials that need sitcoms. Then I would agree with you. I would ask Hollywood actually beg Hollywood to give one to well, somewhat. Finally burnt ample. She she had my favorite fucking thing. Ever and I laugh every time it would love as she shed. Off the calm, just like the store at the lady and her she shed. She rebuilds it every single episode and burns down. He never like every episode. It's like, how is it going to burn down in burns down. There used to be a sitcom on that was actually really funny called worst week or worse day or something like that. And it was this guy who just fucked up every single episode like no matter what he just found a way to fuck up, and I thought it was hilarious. That's great. Starring Mike, sue hide. Yeah, great episode air the same day as the cavenaugh earrings. By the way, really perfect episode like what a great PR am. I right? I know. Is it more misogynistic because this hearings are happening, or are we just like seeing? We always talk about when starts to season like we're cracking up. We're like best comedy on TV. We miss it so much. And then by about this time I'm like, you know what? Fuck all of you guys every single one of you guys. You're all gonna rotten hell. And I'm gonna laugh my ass off as you do it..
"manteca" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"I wanna do something that's kind of like a thriller and they said, okay, here the three things that we have. They had something called sinister minister teacher's pet, and they had something called forgotten evil, which basically was a woman amnesia whose whose husband comes back to try to try to kill her after after trying to kill her once before. Okay, that's simple. But saw like some echoes of sleeping with the enemy and I wanted to make that movie to the aerobics. Yeah. So I wanted to make something that was a mystery. I wanted to make something that was like, you don't know right away who this person is or what's going on. And I must yo, Lucia, who was Gemini and short four. I wrote the role for her. She did it and I had the cast their the amazing cow mckeever and Angie dick, the three of them in the and we went and shot my hometown because I, you know, I've lived in front for manteca town in northern California and shot a lot of my my, my little. Student films there. That's where I got my start, and I wrote it because I wanted to be sort of a small coastal town and they they open arms that gave his deals on permits. And so that was kind of a homecoming in a way of like suddenly. Now I got to make a film in the town that I was making these movies where head. No hometown hero. Yeah, and and it was, it was just a it was, you know, as a smaller film, but it was a scrappy little group of people and it was it. I got to do a lot of really fun things that I'm really proud of it, and it really is about something it's about survivors. It's about people involved in abuse. It's about overcoming things and you know, memories and stuff, and it's it's, I'm I, I hope more people watch that and it's forgotten. Evil, gotten evil on prime. Yeah, you can see it on Amazon prime. There's one that you think you have to pay for and there's one where you can see it for free for guys don't know somehow somehow there's two versions of the same movie, but one of them for free and one of them had to pay for so and you could get, you know, you get it on all the other downloadable like I tunes. Stuff like that, but that but then the I have a couple of other scripts. There's this grip called agony that we've been trying to get made for while which in a weird way forgotten. Evil was the dry run for agony that I wanted. It is another thriller and it's just such a really cool creepy suspenseful film, and I'm hoping we'll get that off the ground at some point. Cool..
A New Kind of Musical on Broadway
"As you can hear the music for west side story is very dramatic in nineteen fifty seven. When the show opened Broadway had never seen or heard anything like it, the plot was familiar enough. It's based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that to fourteenth century Italian teenagers who fall in love, even though their families are at war. But west side story takes place in New York City and the teenagers are caught between warring. Gangs. Tony is a polish American who falls in love with a Puerto Rican girl named Maria. Joss manteca neymar. And suddenly that name will never be the same.
"manteca" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"San Joaquin Phillips area of manteca gosh just nail it I'm telling you guys tech is a big town It really is, okay let's talk about, speaking a big no no this is good tech stocks rising to record. Records before big earnings yesterday was great, for tech stocks for tech stocks it's really I mean in terms. Of the, big cap the large technology companies Microsoft started kicked off last week and they sort of crush their numbers and then yesterday we heard from alphabet, the parent company of Google and, their numbers for ridiculous as well you know, I gotta say something people, are clicking on, the Google and it's paying off in. Ads and it's paying off in all kinds of different things, and you say what you want but you. Talk about, Amazon being a monopoly and then maybe it is I don't, know but Google's right up there with them and. And if you look at what Google did this quarter, there's, really. Nothing, to. Be disappointed about him you know was a ridiculously strong quarter? And, the SOX probably reacting today so good for the good for this. Sergei, Brennan the folks. Out there in the. Google is we say well I don't know exactly. What my brother does for Google all I know is that, he used to work for apple and Google. Had hundred, him now he works for Google but he travels all over, the place and he he hints that he he's. Doing like new stuff for Google but I can't tell, you Will work for the CIA Tell you anything. Nick covert I knew nothing there would be new products coming out at apple that he was specifically like helping to promote helping with. The advertising of or whatever. I wouldn't have a clue he lived in the same, house for the longest time no clue cloak and dagger stuff. With these people it is but when you see, me once in a, while you, see people driving I live I live, on a cul de sac which. Means by almost by definition, if you're driving down here you the delivering, something?.
"manteca" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Good morning little live, for you I mean. Over, the hills. And far away or houses rate. Thong mellow is the, man who knows what he's been missing I want you to. Think about that for a second lamelo is the man, who knows what he's been missing we're missing cooler weather what's it like, where you are it's, miserable, out here actually it's gonna it started raining over the weekend it's gonna rain today and it's going to rain right through 'til middle next week apparently we have an. Unsettled front or something like that but, I'm not storm field, so, I can't really speak about. The weather but basically it's cloudy humid. Misty rainy miserable Yeah, it's, yucky is A word. That's, an absolutely. Meteorologist Dry, heat is they say you know, we're in, the eighties, nineties here but. It's you know ninety percent humidity so, feels, like I, was just gonna say handle it. Say it's a switch That's what I gotta say. I do love handle but may he could be a. Miserable SOB yesterday when you two were. Talking during moolah Monday and I? Don't remember, how it got how you got off on it but you mentioned that Ed Harris with, a great abyss that's where they. Go down rabbit holes and I mentioned that what happened you know he's. A listener to w KFI six forty AM and I didn't want to insult him which is why I thought handle, please don't, insult Ed Harris who is clearly, listening to, us this, morning we said. That he was a great actor in, it, was like, crickets with handle God That's you know that's what I do and you know. What I think Ed Harris lives these days where in manteca old manteca or but yes Sure. Yeah, Mantech I think. That's in the San. Joaquin Phillips area of California. Yes, it's right, over there in the..
"manteca" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"Weird because it's like gravity and then i go see going oh cool everyone's going to be tethered to the ground no like a lack of gravity it's like call it lack of gravity it doesn't make any sense too long so yeah then they would know your dog so he sorry what was your oh yeah i did i had like ten in the what's out and then there were times when i get to a scene i didn't have a song worked out so i would sit there and find the chauffeur through stuff oh even like before rainman i would put my chains in like jerasia in order and i was so you knew like how long the scene was supposed to probably gonna be two and a half minutes long tried find solace in the right lane this loan as you wait as you writing it you know and like eat landed on that beach manteca oh this is pefect what about in shaun of the dead the for don't stop me now did you shoot that with that song we had to that we did have like that the point we had that that was hbo's and we had to go into the we had to go into the shoot with be ocean still clearing the queen song be movie the bmovie does exactly what it says on the tin that's true it is a b movie what i like this is what i like just be clear like baby driver it was i mean it was good in the sense when he heck niclely his name is baby so you you like you just squeezed through on a technicality but god damn if i didn't go into that you've expecting drive baby i know i would rather the movie was different and it was about a baby literally driving around like baby's day out yes boss baby like hey i'm such a boss i can take a day off geniuses yeah or baby jesus baby genius to so what a wait sorry what was the b song fa queen in short of the debt with rescues invite boney m i don't know oh believe me you're about to enter into the greatest lyrics boney m ill look a disco song about recipes in one of the reasons you didn't use it was because like had more people with veteran europe than they might have.
"manteca" Discussed on KOMO
"Good luck getting it out manteca water my my choice to do things that are more natural that's what i did with the walls it works for short period of time and then the smoke smell comes right back bright well so the problem is that it had that's clear evidence that it's done exactly what i've said it does but this is a small bedroom in my hearing that correctly or is this just your business oh okay i know they had gone a huge remodel and they get beautiful remodel in the cabinetry i got it all out of that simply by good cleaning but it's still resonating in the fourth i can smell it on a hot day when the hell pizza okay so what are we to say to you is that you did all the right things with with your your attempts at the cleaners and i i gotta tell you this is a really this is a really tough one and the reason why it's tough is exactly what you are experiencing it you have to understand how it has embedded itself into the vinyl i mean literally embedded its impregnated the vinyl flooring people walking on it has has made it you know penetrate into the vinyl and it's going to be very difficult to get it out virtually impossible however i if i were you this is something that i would call john john where do you live oh okay i i would call them there is one that's very south i would call them ask for a manager and tell them what you were trying to approach look they have cleaners that are used by coroners to go through my litany of products i have keep listening because i do have an answer for you i just want to make sure i give a good answer this is a lot of people have this and they also have it from pets so when people say these floors are pet friendly yeah how big is your dog and what happened how long did it get left on the floor lena's great question really good yeah go ahead and give out our phone number score we're in the last few minutes and things really you know they just back our lightning round and get to as many.
"manteca" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Well that's guys you know a of hangups on bathroom etiquette guys talk first of all when there's a bunch of stalls available and there's there's two urinals there and the guy always bellies up to you're right next to you appropriate somewhere else the other terminals what are you doing in a way for me there's plenty of room here got to use the stall here for the euro i don't like i got i got to say sadly i agree with you yet that's manteca sure it's toxic menu masculine very basic stuff too right you look straight ahead and you don't converse peak your business the worst experience i remember having though as a kid when the old tiger stadium my grandfather was the tubs you know the the the long tubs it wasn't separate urinals yeah the we we try atlanta fulton county stadium for the braves gross and you're all covered areas of being a long long times by the way we do need to we need to issue an all points bulletin your pig is missing by the way i i have looked around there it has gone missing who has a cat chris creeping chris no not to mess with that over this got to be in that door and it's been messed with because its cage over here that's going to be stopped has to stop that's wrong but it used to be in the seventies and eighties all the stadiums sorta offset urinal trough just hate and then you know what else is really bad is the urine cake smell.
"manteca" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"On an exchange purchasing tokens and buying items from the marketplace as arbitrage against the regular markets festival no there are no venice because we don't have the marketplace up and running now but obviously we are already our biz dev departments basically are already talking to kind of fuse and we have a lot of interest and requests of photo related big companies jumped coming on the marketplace but approach is a professional approach into direction of photographers but obviously we don't want to lock ourselves out from the whole from the other world so there will be kind of mechanism where we say yes if you have a code coin you can you can basically purchase things on our services a product on the market place but how they will be set up exactly i can't tell no you guys had initially planned an i see oh and that's correct me if i'm wrong but that that's on hold for now and his at partly due to the fact that it's it's much more complicated issue or you're waiting for regulations to get set up or is there something that you can explain about that aspect of what was going on again this gets back to the fact that they're such a big splash can when the news came out and we're just trying to gather as much information as possible no i'm happy to explain that because i i'm often asked that question and drew actually i think he's so deepen the legal stuff as well he can he can correct me if i'm wrong but i think he is he he sees it the same way i see it sell first of all i think we we decided from the very first beginning that we're going to do a regulated ico and regulated ico in the us is something complete different first of all you have to run through a lot of legal topics because i mean that was the decision when when we made that was for months ago and for manteca was like ten years in that time especially when it comes to the regulation authorities they changed their minds like so quick the question when we basically said like we're going to launch it that was.