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Fresh update on "manuel" discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
"The video and also on the show notes so perfect. Yeah. Yeah, so anything else who I am Who invented would like to share and you would like to share with l. amen First ones for the button. First of all, he wants to say thank you to the Creator and the the creator of all for them this very important day to happen. Thank God. Alex Community College in Osama and just ask Em Off Now that's beautiful. It's so what he wants to say to everybody who is listening is he wants to remind everybody to think back to give things and feel gratitude to the sacred universe that we are living in because it's important that we must all think the father-son the mother Moon all the stars and everything that surrounds us because all of this thing's unite us and he says that it's important to be grateful for every day that passes every hour that passes in every minute that passes and not take it for granted because gratefulness is one of the most important things that there are and that we all today drank water that we all today eight food and that we all today had that blessing of being able to be here and that there's people in the world right now that are going through a lot of suffering and so that using the opportunity that we have to be all together. Right now and to have that blessing of having all of those things, then we can also use our energy not only to heal ourselves. But to send this positive vibrations to the rest of the world for the people that don't have the blessings that we do. But that's wonderful. That's wonderful thoughts Concentra in El Camino Real life easier said you should still also tell you thank you very much and he wants to tell you that if you put your focus on the right thing, then the elders will open up the path for you. And if you ask for permission to do things right then all the paths for you will open and you will also be very blessed and he wants to thank you for having us here. Thank you very much, but my home Have you got his name? Right? One moment. That's right. And thank you too. So that's right home. I did read about it that it's it's been such a pleasure getting no you getting know your dad and then. One manual and thank you very much. Thank you so much. And yes, I think we both really enjoyed being here could Oculus platanos mutually in stock conversation and was disconnected. DS you guys are important that he's very grateful for the opportunity to be here and be able to sharing the three of us together in this conversation. So he wants to thank you and the elders for giving us the opportunity of being here. Thank you. Okay. Thank you so much. I'm also very grateful and we will hopefully keep in touch. He will we will be most definitely keep in touch because this is a subject that really interests me, and we'll definitely keep in touch amazing. Okay. Thank you very much..
Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military
"The Mexican government has confirmed that a former defence secretary arrested in the United States and Thursday is facing drugs charges. General Salvador Cienfuegos lead the Mexican army for six years until 2018 during the presidency of Enrique Pena Nieto will grant reports on Friday. General Cienfuegos said there will be transferred to York, where he will see his lawyer for the first time since he was arrested. A former Mexican defense minister, faces five charges in total related to drug trafficking. In his morning news conference, the President Andres Manuel Lopez over the door would only say he had known about an investigation into the ex defense minister for a little over two weeks. His arrest was lamentable, the president said. Andan unequivocal sign of the decomposition
"manuel" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"So Manuel I know we're GONNA be talking about the value of data for expensive equipment were heavy industry defense, , etc. . I WANNA. . Start off by talking about just what the predictive value of data in that space is broadly this is really your area of expertise. . Maybe you could start us off by just talking about why it's valuable in the first place. . While I see the value of predictive touching every part of the enterprise and it doesn't really matter whether it's private sector or whether we're talking defense or other government functions I do see more senior folks in private sector enterprise really focused on the big things that matter <hes> big things that matter could be, , for example, , inventory management and inventory staging. . Big things that matter could include. . Let's say getting invoices out at the right time middle managers that we meet. . With a more focused on long term value that predictive can bring specifically predicting when equipment needs intervention or when equipment is about to fail, , and those are challenges at take a little bit more time they are generally what I would call a face or face three type of objective whereas these broader senior level manager issues such as inventory logistics, , billing revenue. . These are nearer phase one in phase two objectives that we like the fold into our statements of work. . Maybe, you , can talk about kind of the phases with which this rolls out obviously overhauling data getting particularly predictive value from data. . Is Not an overnight process obviously, , there's workflows to change in maybe the four mandate etc. . to to work with can you talk a little bit about what maturity looks like they're to work our way towards predictive value? ? Sure, , we're not shop. . So we believe in delivering value in one hundred and twenty day increments <hes>. . We run the entire company on single two week sprint that covers all our customers and. . Generally. . When I'm sitting at a customer location, , I've got three proponents and one skeptic at the table and the challenge with a convincing the skeptics and the naysayers to put value into the roadmap as soon as you can, , and generally we try to do that in one hundred twenty days if not less type of timeframe. . This is an incremental approach. . There is a lot of data hygiene that needs to be confronted in the first one, , hundred twenty days of any machine learning type engagement, , and I've stopped apologizing to investors about that. . By the way, , it is a high touch business, , the business that we're in. . These assets are large mission critical have multidex life. . It doesn't matter whether you're fortune one hundred or start up. . We see challenges around managing the data landscape especially when you think about managing the data landscape by a serialized thread and my big. . Lesson from my days in in large rotating equipment and batteries is there's no to assets that come off the production line that are equivalent. . This is true for steam turbines or gas turbines or gearboxes or wing sections of major aircraft. . They are so complex and so unique that if you don't understand your data by a serial number and you don't manage that data footprint by serial number over the life of the equipment, , you really have a lot of work to do on the hygiene front before you can get to advanced analytics like machine. . Learning. . So typically, , I try to set customer expectations early around understanding data landscape, , understanding the unjust points, , understanding how we're going to model the data and make it a <unk> -able or give it parameters that we can <hes> than work with down the line for machine learning, , and it takes a bit of time in those first one, , hundred and twenty days to get it all sorted and often customers are surprised at how much work actually has to be done with their data before we get into the condition where machine learning can
How to Get Value from Equipment and Heavy Machinery Data - with Manuel Terranova of PEAXY
"So Manuel I know we're GONNA be talking about the value of data for expensive equipment were heavy industry defense, etc. I WANNA. Start off by talking about just what the predictive value of data in that space is broadly this is really your area of expertise. Maybe you could start us off by just talking about why it's valuable in the first place. While I see the value of predictive touching every part of the enterprise and it doesn't really matter whether it's private sector or whether we're talking defense or other government functions I do see more senior folks in private sector enterprise really focused on the big things that matter big things that matter could be, for example, inventory management and inventory staging. Big things that matter could include. Let's say getting invoices out at the right time middle managers that we meet. With a more focused on long term value that predictive can bring specifically predicting when equipment needs intervention or when equipment is about to fail, and those are challenges at take a little bit more time they are generally what I would call a face or face three type of objective whereas these broader senior level manager issues such as inventory logistics, billing revenue. These are nearer phase one in phase two objectives that we like the fold into our statements of work. Maybe, you can talk about kind of the phases with which this rolls out obviously overhauling data getting particularly predictive value from data. Is Not an overnight process obviously, there's workflows to change in maybe the four mandate etc. to to work with can you talk a little bit about what maturity looks like they're to work our way towards predictive value? Sure, we're not shop. So we believe in delivering value in one hundred and twenty day increments We run the entire company on single two week sprint that covers all our customers and. Generally. When I'm sitting at a customer location, I've got three proponents and one skeptic at the table and the challenge with a convincing the skeptics and the naysayers to put value into the roadmap as soon as you can, and generally we try to do that in one hundred twenty days if not less type of timeframe. This is an incremental approach. There is a lot of data hygiene that needs to be confronted in the first one, hundred twenty days of any machine learning type engagement, and I've stopped apologizing to investors about that. By the way, it is a high touch business, the business that we're in. These assets are large mission critical have multidex life. It doesn't matter whether you're fortune one hundred or start up. We see challenges around managing the data landscape especially when you think about managing the data landscape by a serialized thread and my big. Lesson from my days in in large rotating equipment and batteries is there's no to assets that come off the production line that are equivalent. This is true for steam turbines or gas turbines or gearboxes or wing sections of major aircraft. They are so complex and so unique that if you don't understand your data by a serial number and you don't manage that data footprint by serial number over the life of the equipment, you really have a lot of work to do on the hygiene front before you can get to advanced analytics like machine. Learning. So typically, I try to set customer expectations early around understanding data landscape, understanding the unjust points, understanding how we're going to model the data and make it a -able or give it parameters that we can than work with down the line for machine learning, and it takes a bit of time in those first one, hundred and twenty days to get it all sorted and often customers are surprised at how much work actually has to be done with their data before we get into the condition where machine learning can
Mexican president asks Pope Francis for conquest apology
"Of the Mexican president has handed Pope Francis a letter in which he demands that the Catholic Church apologize for the atrocities suffered by indigenous people when their territories conquered by Spain in the 16th century. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says the 5/100 anniversary of the conquest of Mexico in 2021 would be an appropriate moment to do so.
2 scientists win Nobel chemistry prize for gene-editing tool
"A Nobel Prize for chemistry was awarded today to scientists who discovered the gene editing tool known as crisper Jennifer Do DNA of the United States shares the award with a Manuel Charpentier of France. They are the first women to jointly win the Nobel Prize for
New Migrant Caravan From Honduras Heads Toward U.S. Border
"The security forces to the country's southern border with Guatemala to block a migrant caravan from crossing as it heads north towards the US frontier, Candace Piot reports. Central American caravan season has begun despite the current virus pandemic as hundreds of migrants surged across the Guatemalan border on Thursday, if you were wearing masks Officials threatened him with deportation and detention for breaking the rules, Someone reported have turned back and gone home, saying it was too difficult to travel during the pandemic. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he believed the migration was related to the U. S elections was a provocation to the Trump administration, which has recently toughened its rules on the number of refugees. The U. S will take world news from the BBC.
Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally
"Reporting that Piper in New York only remnants of Hurricane Sally or left now, but it's enough to day lose parts of Georgia and the Carolinas tonight. And cleanup is underway, where it hit with more than 100 mile per hour winds along the Gulf coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. There's a great time for neighbors helping neighbors. This is where you know you come out of your homes and your really buckle down. That's the silver lining of any type of event like this are Manuel Bohorquez is in Pensacola. We just returned from our flyover with Customs and Border patrol over the areas that have been affected by Hurricane Sally. We started in Pensacola. Where we saw lots of trees down and significant damage to the three mile bridge. There. We saw two large chunks that are missing, and it appears that barge's came loose during the storm
Hurricane Sally Strengthens To Category 2 as It Moves Toward the Us Gulf Coast
"It's just in the first death is reported from now. Tropical storms. Sally Mayor Tony Canon of Orange Beach, Alabama, says one person has died. Another person is missing as a result of what was a Category two Hurricane Florida's governor is warning people in the states hard hit Panhandle to stay vigilant even though Sally has already begun heading inland as a weakening tropical storm governor Rhonda Santa says Sally is dumping heavy rain as the tricks over the Southeast, he says the drenching rains are expected to cause massive flooding of several Florida Panhandle. Ever's in the coming days. River's already have begun rising at least eight waterways in southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle are expected to hit major flood stage by tomorrow. Forecasters say some of the crest could break records, CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez in Mobile this storm, It's not just the wind. It is also the storm surge. That is a huge concern expected to be up to 7 ft and parts of coastal Alabama. The effects of the storm started last night in places like or Beach also engulf shores, where there are roads that are submerged and people reportedly flooded in areas around Pensacola, Florida got more than 2 Ft of rain. More flooding is expected in Georgia and the Carolinas late tonight and into tomorrow, southwestern Virginia as
Rising concerns of coronavirus pandemic merging with flu season
"Infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says normal life may not return until the end of next year. That's 2021 CBS's Manuel Borge Kiss has more We need to hunker down and get through this fall in winter. Because it's not gonna be easy. Despite downward trends in new cases in 24 states, Dr Anthony Vouching is warning of new surges. AM concerned when I see things starting to move indoors, and that becomes more compelling. When you get into the fall in the winter season. Yet in Nebraska, where covert cases are on the rise of the governor is ending nearly all social distancing restrictions in bars, churches and Jim's beginning on Monday, other concerns nationwide cooler weather packing more people indoors and the pandemic verging with the flu season.
Meghan Markle Is Working With Michelle Obama To Register Women Voters
"Several powerful women are coming together this week to empower others to register to vote when we all vote, a nonprofit launched in 2018, by Michelle Obama is holding a week long week of action featuring Celebrities like Meghan Markle with a goal of registering more women to vote. The organization's hosting the Virtual Accounts Party tonight featuring Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, when we all vote is co chaired by famous faces like Tom Hanks, Lin Manuel Miranda and Faith Hill. The weeklong event coincides with the Democratic National Convention.
Trump declares 'we won' on border wall during visit, hits ‘deadly’ Biden immigration plan in Arizona visit - Fox News
"Visiting a section of border wall in Arizona today, President Trump pushing his border policy policy and criticizing Joe Biden's immigration plan, the Biden plan would unleash a flood of illegal immigration. Like Like the the world world has has never never seen seen its its crazy. crazy. Widens Widens plan plan is is the the most most radical, radical, extreme extreme reckless, reckless, dangerous dangerous and and deadly deadly immigration immigration plan plan ever put forward by a major party candidate. Biden says President Trump has pursued an all out assault on the Latino community in America. Speaking virtually with Lin Manuel Miranda and the Latino Victory project, he says President Trump is not capable of caring. No, we're seeing every day what it means to have a leader who isn't concerned about Doing? The work wasn't up to it is incapable. Even dio strengthen our union O R to do anything. Quite frankly, President Trump doesn't seem concerned about anything beyond his own ego, he says Latinos have been left behind and left out for too long
Highest-Paid Actors of 2020: Dwayne Johnson, Adam Sandler and Ryan Reynolds Among Top Earners
"Out again, with the list of the world's highest paid actors over the past year. Got your top 10. And it just Ah, shows how starved people are for so called entertainment these air your top 10 highest paid actors over the past year. 10 through one. can. Adam Sandler Will Smith Lin Manuel Miranda, most of that's from Hamilton by 45 million Then Bollywood's Akshay Kumar. In your top five. Diesel, Ben Affleck. Marky Mark. Ryan Reynolds is Number two. What was he in in the last year? I think And who do you thanks. Number one. The rock. That would be him. Dwayne the Rock Johnson, world's highest paid actor. None of those words belong in the same sentence. By the way, it's the first year in over 10 years that the list was not dominated by what or who, superheroes. Marvel. Characters.
Mexico's school year to begin with instruction on television
"And and kids kids will will participate participate in in classes classes via via a a nationwide nationwide homeschooling homeschooling TV TV network. network. Mexican Mexican President President Andres Andres Manuel Manuel Lopez Lopez Obrador Obrador noted that while kids might not catch the virus, they can transmit it to parents and grand parents at home. Mexico's major TV networks agreed to provide the service Adrian barred. CBS NEWS Mexico City correspondent Paula Reed's got the
Miami - Florida Braces For Potential Impacts From Tropical Storm Isaias
"Air up for parts of South Florida As Tropical Storm PCs moves north from the Bahamas, we get the latest on the storm from CBS News. Florida is bracing for heavy rain, strong gusty winds and storm surge as tropical storm Besigye's bears down on an already area suffering from the pandemic. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports from Riviera Beach, We've noticed the winds become increasingly stronger as Visayas approaches Florida There are potential impacts for most of the states East Coast, But the areas of highest concern are from here in Palm Beach County and up north along the I 95 corridor. Debbie Debbie Flippy Flippy was was shopping shopping in in Fort Fort Lauderdale. Lauderdale. Seven Seven cases cases of of water. water. I I have have lots lots of of batteries batteries in in case case the the power power goes goes out out of of lanterns. lanterns. I I have have plenty plenty of of food food and and keep keep a a lot lot of ice in the freezer. Although the storm has weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm is expected to regain strength overnight. Forecasters say the center will move within miles of Florida's East coast on Sunday, possibly as a Category one hurricane CBS News
Insults, flaring tempers mark marathon EU summit on budget
"Weary European Union leaders expressed cautious optimism that a deal is inside on their fourth day of wrangling over an unprecedented to $0.1 trillion budget and Corona Virus Recovery Fund. That follows a weekend of walkouts, flaring tempers and insults. It took an emotional dinner speech by European Council president shown Michelle about leaders not failing their union. French President Manuel McColl. Expressing his frustration and a new set of numbers to send the marathon summit onward. McCall said these were extremely tense moments but that things were progressing. Mythical community these compromises and I say this very clearly will not be made the cost of the European gold not out of principle, but will be made because we are facing unprecedented health, economic and social crisis and because our countries needed European unity needs it. Of the two day summit was supposed to end Saturday but has been forced into overtime by deep ideological differences among the 27 leaders. All nations agree in principle they need to band together. But five richer countries in the northern part of Europe wants strict controls on spending while struggling southern nations like Spain and Italy Say those conditions should be kept to a
Party Is Over In Miami Beach
"Virus pandemic, which does continue to spike throughout the Sun Belt and elsewhere for the 10th time Florida is reporting more than 10,000 new cases. More perfumes were announced today, including in Broward County, and here along Miami Beach for the mayor is hoping and eight PM perfume along South Beach will keep people from partying one of the behavior suspected of fueling the surge. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez in Miami and a number of US cases now more than 3,641,000 US deaths Now more than 139,000
Miami-Dade County is nearing coronavirus tipping point with some ICUs full
"The number of confirmed Corona virus cases hit 77,000 in the U. S. A new daily record. Despite public health officials urging people to wear masks President Trump told Fox he opposes requiring the use of masks in public. Florida is a covert hot spot. More than 10,000 new cases have been reported for 1/10 time. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez in Miami infectious disease specialist Dr Eileen Marty warns Miami Dade County is nearing a tipping point with icy useful in eight out of the county's 25 hospitals. She's cautiously optimistic, however, the numbers may be leveling off, were hoping against hope that people aren't getting the message that they're changing their behavior. If we don't see that by Monday, Tuesday, then yeah, it's possible that we may have to enact further measures. Miami Dade County did announce new finds for violating its mask Order
How to Become a Change Agent in Your Health System with Tony Manuel
"Welcome back to the outcomes, rockets, Sal Marquez is here today I have the privilege of hosting Dr Tony Manual Dr Tony. Manual is a practicing anesthesiologist and Austin Texas. He's a partner with the United States anesthesia partners central Texas and has been in practice since two thousand two. He's an assistant professor. In the Department of surgery and Peri, operative care at Bell Medical School Dr Manual received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt attended the University of Texas Health Science Center for medical. School, completed his residency in anesthesia at the University of North Carolina or Or. He was recognized as the outstanding resident and fellow cardiovascular anesthesia at Duke, university in two thousand seventeen. He received his masters in medical management degree from Carnegie Mellon University and today he's playing. Multiple Roles as as he has in in his career and today we're going to be talking about physician innovation, and in particular how physicians can evolve their career to be greater contributors beyond the point of care and so. I WanNa thank you Tony for joining me today to have this very interesting discussion with you saw thanks so much great. Great to be owner podcasts, and I WANNA. Thank you for actually doing this podcast. Because for a lot of people like myself, it's been a great conduit to learn about what other people are doing, and what best practices that are out there, and it's an alternative to sort of the Journal Review articles that we have historically read and I've actually looked up several companies that you've had on and engaged with them. Really appreciate what you're doing I. Love that man now. That's great. I'm glad to hear that you've done that. That's the intention. Intention and so I appreciate you for doing that, so you know we are having a discussion. Folks Tony and I connected and said you know what the role of the physician is changing, and and so what I wanNA. Do today is just highlight how that's changing through the life of Dr Manual here and so you know I love for you Tony at to just kind of walk us through some of the work that you're doing and how it's changed from just practicing to actually doing more You know as we engage this. You know three five trillion dollar industry that call healthcare. Yeah, it's it's been an interesting journey for me and you know have to credit one of my anesthesia attending when I was in residency, his name's Dave mayor said Gimme, grapevine goes Tony You have to continually strives to maximize your career and Let's see well. What does that mean well? You definitely want to start trying to be the best clinician you can be once. You achieve that you should really look at you. Know becoming really strong in other areas, and I always took that to heart in so I think back to when I first started here in Austin I became the division chief of cardiovascular. Cardiovascular Anesthesia Rochester, saying I helped create division of cardiovascular. Because at that time we were Basically, everybody was doing it, and I fell coming out of myself. This'll be really better if we limited number of people at work in that space and you know put together some protocols and got the team together, and we saw some really good outcomes from that work and I fast forward to what I'm doing today, and that work has changed so much partly because I think every clinician you have to get educated, and I use a rudimentary tools back then, but in after getting that masters degree from Carnegie Mellon I really developed at toolkit that allows me to take on. On much more complex problems that we face and healthcare today. Yeah, that's so interesting, and so you have that entrepreneurial bug from the beginning right so you kind of re retooled the way that you guys approached cardiovascular anesthesia and I'm sure with with much improvements and outcomes, but then you've taken other steps to. You've been involved in startups, and now you're doing different roles. Can you talk to us a little bit more about that? Yeah I worked my way of the medical staff leadership and ultimately became the president of medical staffing while that was a great experience after I graduated with my master's degree. The entrepreneur apart really was intriguing to me. In more important is the. The interface between the clinicians in technology and so The startup is called Dynamic Lights based here in Austin, and it's actually technology out of the University of Texas and They had great idea concept. Basically, it's how to noninvasive map blood flow during Sri will hand you an aneurysm surgery and uses what's called speckled laser technology and I was like honestly Craig. It's continuous. It's noninvasive, but they never really thought about the interaction. How you get it. It's dockers hands. How do you test it? And that was sort of my strength and so I, said well. Let's work together and figure this out and to date. You know we've incorporated. We're FDA approved, and we're. Ducking clinical trial and we're looking to partner with a couple of larger health tech firms,
"The scope of the societal impacts, being both inflicted and uncovered by the Covid, nineteen pandemic, truly without precedence. At the end of June, thirty three million Americans, are receiving unemployment benefits nearly five times the peak during the great recession in parallel, the magnitude of racial injustices, being perpetrated across country is now in such cliff focus that the fight to eradicate racism has entered a new and powerful chapter. With every disaster, whether it's an economic collapse or damage inflicted by a wildfire hurricane would given a choice rebuild in the same pattern as before or reimagined a different future. The choice to rebuild is often fueled by a sense of nostalgia, a desire to reclaim what was lost as we think about our collective tomorrow. There's a lot of the past we need to leave behind. If a peaceful compassionate, equitable and sustainable future is our goal, then we must undergo a careful assessment to ensure that our path forward doesn't rebuild the systems of violence, inequality, racism, and pollution that a corroding our society from the inside out. Refashioning a new future is full of promise, but we often don't take the bold steps necessary because of a fear of uncertainty, that's where big thinkers can help us by navigating a path for they illuminate each of the steps of the journey giving us the confidence needed to climb the highest peak this week. We talked to Dr Manuel, Pesto. One those bold big thinkers Manuel is the University of Southern California's distinguished professor of sociology American Studies in ethnicity. He's the director of US's program for environmental, regional equity and the director of the Center for the Study of Immigration Integration. I've had the privilege of working with Dr on environmental justice issues for the past decade, and he is no ordinary academic. He worked directly with communities to gain their wisdom and advocates directly with policy makers to get them to move towards community goals. Doctor Pastor is the author of state of Resistance. What California's dizzying descent and remarkable resurgence means for America's future, and with Chris. Bene- the. This could be something big. How social movements regional equity a reshaping Metropolitan America and just growth inclusion and prosperity in America's Metropolitan Regions? Doug Pass is working with both Los Angeles and the State of California to develop policies to help move towards a more just equitable and sustainable post Kovic Future. Dr Pesto has been tracking the impact of the pandemic on African American and Latino Communities in California and nationally I stopped by asking about the data. That's just been released on this topic by the Centers for Disease Control. Well the incredible statistic, coming out today, was that for Latinos between the ages of forty and fifty nine, the rate of contracting cases of Covid as five times that for whites in the same age group. We're certainly seeing as in California's well where Latinos make up forty three percent of the population, eighteen to forty nine kind of prime work in age, but seventy three percents, deaths, and the reasons for this are pretty clear, you know Cova is the disease that reveals are fundamental. Illness has a society, the precarity of employment and the lack of assets that made a lot of people kind of rush back to work, says the only way to kick it income difficulties with legal status, which has been in particular. Her emigrated Latinos that they are worried about where their next dollars coming from. They're not getting a federal relief in terms of unemployment insurance to not getting the federal relief check and in fact. Fact if you're in a family where two people filed a tax return, one person with a social security number, and the other was what's called an individual taxpayer identification number I tim, which is our undocumented people filed tax returns. That family unit is excluded from the twelve hundred dollars per person checks, and so are their children who are not getting the five hundred dollar relief checks. So this is a population that's been particularly desperate to go to work now serve big disparities as well for African Americans, but I've been predicting that this is something that would ripped its way particularly to the immigrant Latino community, and that's what data released today from the CDC seems to be showing
"manuel" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Never light is gaining. Win The. Spot in ways away. High School. Off. That's from the original cast recording of in the heights. The music was written by my guest Lin. Manuel Miranda who are still starred in the original production. What are you're listening to know like your? As we record this, you're still. At home, sheltering in place with your family, and I don't know if you're composing right now or if you're listening to music, but if you are listening to music. What is giving you what you need for music? That's a great question I am composing right now. I'm actually writing a new. It'll be public by the time this airs I'm writing a new. New Songs for a new Disney. Animated musical that will. I don't know when it comes out, but we're in early stages, and I've been on the ground floor, and that's set in the region of Latin America around Columbia. So two years of research into a Colombian music which has been joyous but for my own I. I'm a kid who fell asleep. With the TV on people, talking knocks me right out so I've actually been listening to a lot more podcasts. Than Music because I'm trying to keep my brain blank. To write new things so I have a friend who does a podcast finance which I know nothing about. He starts talking I fall asleep. Obviously, you are a very busy person. Always and you always have a lot of projects. You're deep into one project, and now that you're at home you know because of the pandemic. Are you able to have the level of engagement and business that you typically do and is your mind going in different directions? Because you are in a quiet space outside of your children. Probably, but like you said earlier you don't have the hustle and bustle of like Manhattan all around you. You're not on stage. You're not flying to different places in America or other countries with productions. You're not on a film set so is is your mind in a different place right now, and is that leading to? To new ideas or to reframing things. I'd love to be able to tell you that I am writing. King Lear or the Sonnets, now that the plagues have closed all the play houses I'm afraid I can't because I'm as worried about the world as anyone else. I think I wake up with stomach aches more often than I. don't because I. Worry about what's going on. I worry about. My city reopening too soon in having a second spike. I worry about. The protesters and hoping they're okay and I worry about. I worry about all the things. Everyone is worried about and. I find that because I'm home, it is harder to. Because I can't physically distance myself from my particular bubble like myself from those thoughts either and I think that's okay like the world is being remade in a fundamentally different way because of this pandemic, and just because of where we are and artists have to give themselves. The latitude to acknowledge that. So give yourself a break. If you're not writing right now I do find that the self imposed deadlines, and even projects of my own where I say okay. I'm going to write this and I'm going to have it by Friday. Allow me to push the world away and do that but I. Actually find it harder when you're just sort of sitting with then you know being able to take a train ride and clear your mind or walk with your dog. Then Manuel Miranda. It's really been great to have you back on the show I. Really appreciate you taking the time to do this I. Wish you and your family? Good health likewise great sake. lin-manuel Miranda's created the musical Hamilton and wrote the Book Music and Lyrics a filmed version of the original Broadway production with the original cast, including Miranda as Alexander Hamilton will start streaming. Friday July third UNE Disney plus. A documentary about the Improv Music Group that Miranda Co founded in two thousand five Freestyle Love Supreme. Will, start streaming on Hulu July seventeenth. 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"manuel" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Spoiled rotten in this incredible landscape. But again I wasn't going to the beach every day. I was just soaking up small town life. In, my dad's small town guy. So it to me, it just felt it felt additive. But it also wasn't something. I brought to school much and I think a lot of in the heights was me learning to bring all of myself in the Room I. Let most folks call me, Linh, my parents, and my wife called me link. And and a lot of what in the heights was about was bringing lin-manuel into the same room where Lynn was writing musicals and sort of using all of all of myself to write. In the heights is set in the same neighborhood that you grew up. Would you describe the neighborhood when you were growing up? It was a and know in in many places still is. A Little Latin American country at the top of Manhattan. With Weird Irish signs everywhere because the Irish were in the process of fleeing in the neighborhood. and. My Dad had a nanny. Named Edmund Cloudier and when I was born, she moved from Puerto Rico to help take care of my sister. And I, and she never spoke a word of English her whole life, but she didn't have to in our neighborhood. And we could go from business to business in English or Spanish whether it was the candy store or the library or the supermarket and I was on her arm, and or the local BODEGAS and It was a place where we can all be understood and. A of in the heights is about writing from that place of love of like a loving the fact that. It was largely Dominican neighborhood when I was growing up huge Dominican influx in the seventies, but you also saw the. Puerto Rican and Cuban ways of immigration that came before and so in the heights is about that those stratified waves, and how we make neighborhoods special and we you know because of gentrify because gentrification, we sometimes you know, make it so special that like. We can't afford to live there anymore. If you're just joining us. My guest is Lin. Manuel Miranda the creator of the Musical Hamilton. A filmed version of the original Broadway production shot in two thousand sixteen is GonNa Start, streaming on Disney plus July third. We'll talk more after a short break. This is fresh air. This message comes from NPR. Sponsor Tele Doc tele doc gives those dealing with stress, anxiety, personal or family issues access to licensed therapists by phone video Tele Doc is committed to quality confidential therapy from the comfort of your home available seven days a week, matching members at therapists, counsellors and psychiatrists. There is available through most insurance or employers. Download the APP or visit Tele Doc dot com slash of fresh air today to get started. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Hint fruit infused water with no calories or sweeteners hint water comes in over twenty-five flavors. The watermelon water actually tastes like watermelon. The blackberry water tastes like blackberries. Hint is water with a touch of true fruit flavor. You can get.
"manuel" Discussed on Fresh Air
"That first year of now, that Hamilton's here. Do you feel like Broadway? We'll be more diverse and I was like. No because shows take years to develop and I. Know What's in the pipeline, and it's not next. Year is going to be even wider. Than this year was we. We landed in an incredible year that included shuffle along and allegiance. Lots of different. Types of representation in that particular season but again. I'm. I gird myself for the whiplash in both the country and the particular corner of the world. That is a theater. Your father has been or maybe still is in politics. He worked with three New York mayors including Ed Koch? So you grew up with a very active political father. So did you grow up with a sense of of how politics is productive? It's good. It's a great process, or did you go with much more cynical sense of it? Where it's about power, it's about ego. Which version I I. Don't think those are exclusive. Exclusive versions a politics certainly. My Dad represented a lot of Latino officials I think the work. He was proudest of was trying to get Freddie for rare elected. We think a lot about alternate timelines right and. You! Know I think my dad's still mourns the alternate timeline when the events of September eleventh happened my that was primary day. And and For Borough. President, for air had the momentum to win that primary. And it didn't happen. Who knows how it would have turned out? But you know my even before. My Dad got work in politics, he was a community organizer. He was very involved with the school boards in our neighborhood because he really wanted to make sure. My sister, who is six years older could could get a good education in our neighborhood. and. And so my experience of politics was like. kind of being dragged meetings. No, it's like when it's. Take your kid to work day. I'm coloring in the corner. Wild strategies being discussed so. It's sort of A. It's sort of a mix of all of it. It's more mundane to me. Than anything else. I love the West Wing One of my favorite shows, but that is like such a wish that the best and the brightest are working in that building, and they're falling short, but they have these ideal that they're fighting for and the compromises that result. You know but like. My mind I experienced. A politics is like a lot of waiting around for my dad to be done either having a meeting or yelling at someone. Well. Let's take another break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us. My guest is Lin. Manuel Miranda the creator of the Musical Hamilton a film version of the original Broadway, production will start streaming on Disney plus July third. We'll be right back. This is fresh air support for NPR and the following message. Come from duck duck go. Are you fed up with companies? Selling your data duck duck go can help. They helped millions of people like you take back their privacy online with one download you can search and browse privately. Avoiding Trackers Duck Duck Gumbo. Privacy simplified. There are only five months to go until election day and every week or even every few hours. There's a new twist that could affect will win the. White House to keep up with the latest tune into the NPR politics podcast every day to find out what happened and what it means for the election. Let's get back to my interview with Lin Manuel Miranda. He wrote the book the Music and lyrics for Hamilton and starred in the original production as Alexander Hamilton, a filmed version of the original Broadway production with Lin Manuel Miranda will start streaming on Disney plus July third. I think for anybody. Is the the child or grandchild of immigrants. There's always this question was like. How do they have the courage to leave or were? They forced to leave and then come to America, and did they know English and if they didn't know English, how did they get by so much harder to learn a new language? When you're an adult as opposed to win, you're a child. And when your father left, Puerto Rico my understanding is he didn't really know much or any English Do you know what it was like for him to come here and try to find a place for himself without the language? Yeah and listen. My Dad had better than most my dad came here on a scholarship. He was a prodigy. He had graduated the University of Puerto Rico. By the time he was eighteen years old because he'd skipped grades. And, he got a scholarship to nyu. He moved in with an aunt who lived in the village. He remembers practicing. English with her with his cousins, who were six and eight years old, and he felt like that was the level at which he could practice his English and not get made fun of He's very grateful for that. Six and eight year old, and the resin of back in my life is amazing because I have three cousins who grew up in Puerto Rico. Who Adore more than anything in the world, and they are twelve years younger than me and they're the ones who call me out on my terrible Spanish. In the other direction, but I think I am I think. A part of me is always in awe of the immigrant reinstate I'm a living testament to the fact that. Ben Beneficiary of. My Dad on my Dad's side and my grandparents on my mom's side, coming to this country and making a better life for themselves, and that's that to me is one of the. Things that our founding that is worth celebrating that people come from all over the world and when they. This country, their energy and their focus and their work. Our country is richer for it, and there's you know there's a lot. At present at the founding that is not worth celebrating that promise to me is one of the one of the things that is. What did it mean to you to Puerto? Rican when you were growing up? Bent! Well. It's funny because I went to a school with not a lot of other Latino. Kids I think one other Puerto Rican kid in my grade, and so it was this you know for me. It was fantastic secret and my parents were so proudly Puerto Rican and so pro like learning your heritage that you know I was proud that I got I got extra three kings day on top of Christmas. I may not have the days of Hanukkah, but I got Christmas plus one. On January six. That's how you experience it as a kid, and then I also would spend my summers on this beautiful island where. My grandparents both worked. My grandmother ran a travel agency and my grandfather was a bank manager and I bounced between their businesses. Eating Candy and left to my own devices exploring town. And of.
"manuel" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Million lines he hasn't. Thank you Lin Manuel I. Read him his Lin Manuel Miranda Rice A. Miller Ford the fourth of four. That just says generational wealth. like that is your full that is you are a disappointment to two and three. One didn't know you right so. You want to know you to carried on what one did. Three was starting to be a disappointment to to, and you aren't even uttered in a sentence that is what life let Miller Ford, the fourth declared editor worth. Yes, he's sees along comes from a long line of life led Miller's. Alive let a life alert or life eleven. Felice fallen, and he will never get up. Yet. He declared the. Chambal ripped off life alert, yeah! They did yes. He declared that after cops confronted him early, Monday as he allegedly prepared to snort a line of cocaine while sitting on a public bench in the Colorado, Ski Meka's downtown, area. Yep He's O- on the powder and in the powder, says he did. He did what your friend at that party failed to do. which is to do it in private? I would think a guy like a life. Let Miller the Fort Miller for the fourth have a place to do his cocaine. Yeah it's a life. Let doesn't sound like a cocaine rookie. Sounds like a guy who's been around the block and probably too many times, so he ended up on the bench and was like I'm tired Yep how do I get my energy back up? I WanNa be the life of the Party like his dad gave him lose his dad. Definitely, 'cause like chill out Brian. Out To know one in particular people complain about the lines in Aspen I don't. According to you, think life. Let the fourth is the. The the shittiest of the life lead Oh. Yes, I said for sure sure. Do you think that the GRANDPA the grandma life? Let's like I was a war veteran. Your your father was a book in Scott. Coach for four different softball league. And Badge, doing cocaine and ask. Oh, how the mighty life! According to arrest affidavit to patrol officers approached a life lot. Miller Ford the fourth and Laurel. Titus was laurel tight. I don't know who to me. The tightest is what you get in your balls when you do too much cocaine. Well it can't. You can't have an erection anymore. He's got low when he pees. smoke comes out it's. Titus well. They approach to life and Laurel Titus around to ten. AM after hearing quote, this is from the cops. What sounded like a plastic card striking the stone surface of the bench. The cops know the coke sound. Yeah. Yes. Yes, that's A. that's a line chopper. That is a line shop, and by the way you are chopping so loud. If cops walking biking here that right right, yeah, also. Do you think the cops get trained to know what Coke Chops? Then maybe you hear like that either coach There's someone's about to do a couple of bumps. There's an impromptu game.
"manuel" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"From the rice trips across Australia. Inside Super cavs. In touch, tiny redocking Greg. Craig. News this week. Course we're almost into countdown stage of the You two thousand and twenty calendar which. Of course at Sydney Motorsport. What they are they going to be racing? It's a terrific, so say. The format Sir out there. In Day, tiny it is three one hundred thirty kilometer sprint races now are now us on huge fans, all sprint rising the Rice's I long enough that you will get it at one tank, but they have to change to ties or at least two times, so they will have to stop during the rice that can also throw a world of. Opportunity for finger errors, which are as rare as hens they these days notwithstanding the Arabists documentary over the last couple a months. What has been? A big big change to rattle guns instead of full will that goes with the you have to try to ties. You can go for full the island particularly if it's all I dig relation. At City Park. Don't believe it is that high, but you might roll the Dawson trying guy with four type that little bit extra time. Now teams. This is where it could hurt. The minute could come down to some really difficult stafford to deal with, and that is now dot logos. They want have access SIP Katelyn until the end of the event. break temperature sensors. Jarvis inches will have to be removed from the car now. I believe the Taya Precious Sensor. Is still going to be available to them, so they will get that early warning of deflation. That because of safety reasons is going to still be available so. I think your quite Kane on that decision Tony? Well it gets back to the old school of drivers. Engineer is between the two of them. Tosto legit the track. They knowledge of the hours it is. Were working out as to what they should put him, and when they should stop and all the other parameters they need to have to get the best spayed out of the car. I think it's a good thing. I think it certainly makes given the limiting the practice. Very little practice. I think we're going to start off with a rookie session on the satellite and then. A couple of decisions with will qualify The other big thing was changed. You call it back with top fifteen's coming into it. I think that's a good idea. I mean gives the drivers in opportunity to shine, and particularly when you know, the darkest is all name to see. They do the job. Where obviously tradition stage now with the series where there are that many older experienced drivers is quite a few young inexperienced drivers. Have that opportunity to Shawn and Shawn brought mainly circumstances I'm sure you'd agree with me. What's also going to be? Interesting is the fact that. Only have six sixteen members that go past the line in the pit stop, but a title of thirteen to cows so titled Thirteen mechanics. Now you the me would know exactly fuel now fuel so only the six people, so you've got a control. You've got gear Jack Man and then the other four, working on the tar changes so with they might try to go with an escort. One person at each corner. Hit the. Rattle gown. And then throw the rental gun. Put Utah On. Throw the gun back. Or to that effect while they go to on each one and try to a four tire change. It'll be up to the teams to work out their best strategy for that, so that will be an interesting. An interesting one now, of course no, you support. So they've had to pack the rising into a shorter period of time, because obviously you can't have huge breaks for the TV crew. Try and just pet for all that. For All that time, there's only a certain amount of package basis that they can put in so. and to keep the viewers in a tiny interested, so that will be also very interesting to watch. The teams are going to have shorter turnaround, so any mistake could wind up seeing Dr missing a a a round of the championship as traces around, but what also is. Fascinating is that. Staff will not be lab to stay at the circuit. For more than three hours after puck from is lead, so they can get the. As early as two and a half hours before the first session each day. But. They can only stay a maximum three hours off the pack for my, so any major damage is going to be quite costly. In whether a draw, we'll be able to return to the track. Yes Look I. Think with the parameters voting. I think there is the opportunity for certainly some teams who haven't been going as well in the last few years, so actually stand up. I think there are certainly great opportunities within this format. As You and I. Both know that experience shows the search teams of ABC dominated. Most likely will continue to dominate, I think the other teams have been given that opportunity electoral that we'll see that with some of the younger less experienced drivers showing their true metal. There are a bunch of things I. Think Tom Different Sixty. Coast is one race on the Saturday and then two on the stomach, and this same format will cover all, but the bathroom event I understand we don't know yet whether the and juror do that hasn't been invented yet now. We haven't heard that not actually think that these changes are only four city matters ball park because the dunlop series will be add. Winston. So the changes were saying off Sydney matters for Parker. Announced are. I am sure you would heave from. Subic has to say it is rice by Rice. Proposition all these changes so. Dumb off series is supposed to be having the second round of Winton. After their had lighting. Okay well this week we record up with. One of the rather new members in a panic, he's been there for six seven eight years, and he's Menu Manuel Sanchez who was of course, a Gary Rogers and being if some is, and in that time at engineered is a rice engineer, a number of drivers Manuel Sanchez. Who is now the man from? Chani colts. Yeah Hey. Thank you. Guys were having me now. I must get the pronunciation of your nine correct. Is.
"manuel" Discussed on KTOK
"Incredible response this Manuel main life is gonna fill up it's already started to fill up ladies and gentlemen so June fourth eleventh your next opportunity but let's talk a little bit about how do you spot somebody with a broken broken mentality not broken but broke okay so don't take advice from broke people in what does that mean well the first thing it doesn't necessarily mean Victoria that someone who doesn't have money I mean that's one way to find it but you say physically financially spiritually all right what we're talking about Moore is a mindset it's a way of thinking okay ed because they know there are plenty of people out there who don't earn a lot of money they don't necessarily make a lot around a lot but they're still millionaires right okay so you don't have to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to end up a millionaire retirement we see those people every day every day we're talking about people who limits their thinking and they assume that scarcity is just a part of life is just something you're born there are the haves and the have nots we're always going to be the have nots because that's who we are that's our family that's right arm in a lace in law that's right that's right and so stay in your place never think you're going to be any better you know so you know these are people who say well you can't buy a car house without we know without taking alone out one just pays for with cash that's impossible everyone's got a mortgage for those who say it cannot be done should never interrupt those doing that's exactly right or maybe they say you can't start a business what do you know about running a bit right it's been said it's too hard who's going to give you money you don't have any good ideas and we're gonna fail anyway this is that's right most businesses fail so why even try just state art isn't this enough our if you're satisfied right isn't this enough the other one is a you work too hard come on man it's the weekend let's go hang out and have a few beers and everything will work for you you never are whole and hole you don't spend enough time with the children okay when you got to spend time with her family of course you want to spend time with your friends you want to take a load off every now and then nobody wants to work all the time the point that we're trying to make here is if you have people in your life you're constantly telling you that these things can't be done or no one does this store there's never enough money or that's too expensive that is a broke mentality that says scarcity is everywhere and there's only so much success to go around yeah it's like there is it the universe only gave us so much and you better grab us all are you older something that we're never gonna get more of and they always say land never going to create more land well I don't know about that's not true the earth creates new land pretty much every day that's what I think I.
"manuel" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Dream is valid. Nigerian is valid. That dream is connected to your purpose. The reason in which you were created we are taking that dream off of the back burner and we are breathing life into that dream. We are breathing life. Back into that dream. We are performing. Cpr on that Dream Lear performing CPR dream because at twenty twenty twenty eight twenty s the year where you see the fruits of the Labor where you start to see. The drain manifest. Will you start to see the dream and attachable were the only in the invisible edge rocky we are bringing the dream visit ball at you so we could see? We're going to be able to see it. We may go through some things before we get there. We may go through some challenges before we get there but those challenges are not happening to you. They are happening. Those challenges aren't happening to you. They're happening for you. And they are strengthening and they are changing the material on the inside of you and they are pasturing you for the future that you've dreamed up. They are pastoring you for that. You will stand tall and not there will not be one obstacle that you will go through. That will take you out. There will not be watch that you go through that you cannot handle all happening for you. Need strengthening its strengthening you and as you continue to. Climb Got Mountain Georgia jury. You'RE GONNA get and there's gotta be an explosion of sites we're gonNA see her seeing before it's gotta stretch and it's GonNa not gonna be able to see you're going to be able to see and that light is going to start to shine on you when you're at the top of that mountain it's Gonna. Start to shine on you but it's not for you to absorb the light. You don't absorb that light. That light is not a spotlight for you. Turn that light into a flashlight. That's a flashlight that's a flashlight for you to show others the way for you to be the mirror possibility for someone to be able to look at you and say well the she did it. I did it. He can do it if she did. I can do it. You will become a flashlight. And we will take that to the address of her. And then why won't begin to outnumber the dark and we will spread bad because you will be purpose. You will be in your gifts and your talents. You will be in your intention. You will be strong and you will be great twenty twenty it sure year. It's your time it's time for you to rise up and be all that you were created to be it's time for you to rise up and be all the word intended to be leave here with perfect vision leave here with clear vision. Thank you you say. So one of the things you always tell people is change your mind change your body. Change Your Life. I love that. So what does wellness actually mean to you to Angela? Sister OPRAH I love that Change Your Mind Change Your Body Change Your Life. Change your mind about what you think is possible for you so you can change your body and get strong in your body so that you can change your life and live the life that you were intended to live wellness to me is being in your right mind and then your whole body living the life that you were created to live. That's really what wellness to me. Wellness is us being strong enough in our body to do the call on our life. I mean being in fitness and a professional former professional athlete. The misconception about fitness a lot of times is the actual aesthetic of it. You know the six pack ads and the gluts and the hamstrings quads. And but what I have come to understand is that this body is what houses the gift and our intention to should be to get strong enough in our body to do the call on our life to get strong enough in our body to do what we were created to do. I love that. Get strong enough in your body to fulfill the call on your life and you recently created something called launch. Something called Army Army. What is that? It's community based training. It's it's the whole idea of the way you do. One thing is the way you do all things. So let's get together. Let's come together as a community. Let's find our people. Let's find our army. Who were the people in your life that fight for your best life with you? Who Pack. I just went to a group of women using call quite becker today. So it's just it's just finding our people and we have a location in New York. We're launching La this week and then we're going digital this year so you guys can train with us. You can work out with us. Army part of army. Yes thank you Angela. Manuel de Oprah Winfrey. And you've been listening to Super Soul. Conversations the PODCAST. You can follow super soul on instagram twitter and facebook. 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"manuel" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Digs. What was it like for you to deal with the consequences of making a a hip hop thing in a social context where many of the people who are Watching at and listening to it are not hip hop people and may literally have no experience with hip hop. Yeah I mean I think you actually put it more bluntly viewed which you know. What do you say to people who go? I don't like hip hop but I love this and my android yet. No but but my answer to that because I got that a fair amount in my answer to that is I'm so sorry you're missing so much of the show. Aw I would say that to them Because this is a show with a lot of on ramps And again it gets back to that bringing all of yourself into the room. There are as many musical theater references in this As there are hip hop references. Didn't you ever let me restate late this Lynn. You're famous for your generous spirit and warm spirit and in the time that you and I have interacted in life I have found that to be accurate like an insult but no it's not leading to an insult salt lake. Didn't you ever just run out of patience with that medicine. Lake with just most people's weird sideways talk about hip hop that was disguised as a complement to your like the combination of your. Life's work the thing that's going to be on your doom stone. Yeah but again at the same time we're we're we're inviting everyone into the room and You know I think that throughout my career. I've run into purists and snobbery from purists from both sides of this is hip hop. This isn't hip hop this musical theater. This this isn't musical theatre And I think the vast majority of us The silent majority if that wants to politically loaded word the silent majority of us just like good that speaks to us. And in whatever form that comes in and I just you know I I really sort of. If there's any side mission I have in this career in terms of writing for theatre. It's that popular music and theater. Music used to be the same aimed thing. I wasn't alive during it seventy years before us. But the Gershwin's you'd hear them on the radio and then you'd hear their song in the Broadway show that night or you'd hear Rogers and Hammerstein on the radio and at certain point those things Split But I think it's my side mission to be like I want to play musical theater music. You can listen to loud in the radio loud in your car stereo and and so I just bring everything I love to wet. I'm writing so you are A producer and sometime member of Freestyle Love Supreme. Who have a show on Broadway right now? this is on the long list of things that You and your colleagues have pulled off that that I read about once was happening in New York and thought what a terrible idea. Thank you This is theatrical performance. Group grounded in Freestyle style rapping. And since you're on my show I'm GonNa make you rap. I hope that's okay you. You didn't make feed wrap but that's true I didn't I should have well you know. What can I talk? Can I tell you the truth. I asked if he would if you would go off the dome and he said No. You made the mistake of saying yes. Lynn feeds incredibly good at it. But he gets he still really nervous about it before every show. We're going to drop drop a beat that you will hear over the telephone. You and I are separated right now by three thousand miles so this will be like This will be like one of those rap records that somebody records words while there's like one of those shine albums that he recorded while he was still in prison. Because you're wrapping over the telephone. It will sound will not sound like that to our audience. Because there's microphones on both ends but all right don't you don't you link me up off. beat man yeah no no. We'll walk we'll get you on. Beat Kevin my producer. Kevin's at drummer. He gets it so Kevin. So you and you can buy what you can rap about whatever you want do you need to. Do you want anything more than that. How `Bout I just sort of sum up what we've talked about in the past hour gorgeous Turned up. Raise my snare okay. Before I was in bloom he talked about. What do you bring to the room? You stay up late nights wondering where you are when you're in Washington Heights. Do you go down to the upper east side when they Salem and wealthy you let this slide you say Lynn get real excited. Say Okay. One day I'll be a writer. Then you figure it out if it pushed through your fear and you doubt you go to college and you realize like musical theater top scared to go off. The top Dhabi was. Because that's the buzz so you just say whatever it is because you keep going you try to write a show because you can't be Bernardo you don't have that flow and you don't have that extension in your leg. You're not a Greek guy with brown makeup on your face and just keep going to you right in the heights. Turns Out Nice the beats come in but I'm trying to stay and on it. I'm really more than enough. God bless you sir. The beat was coming in and out while I was doing that was technical that was technical difficulty level. Twelve twelve out of ten. You know what that's like that's like When when my man from a wits dude from From Kimmy Schmidt called Titus Titus. That's that's like one of my man. Titus was in guys and dolls on the On the Tony Awards on television and it's Mike went out. It's very tough to hear that you you killed it Lynn. God bless you. God bless you for doing that and I. I sure appreciate you taking the time to come beyond on Bullseye I'm glad we I'm glad we made it happen and thank thanks for. Thanks for all your support over the years awesome. Thanks man okay. Talk to you later. Lynn by my Lin Manuel Miranda. His dark materials is on. Hbo Right now. Go Watch it freestyle. Love supreme is a blast. It's running on Broadway through January away twelfth at the Booth Theatre annual. I guarantee you will never get to see this on Broadway again unless freestyle love supreme has a return engagement so If if you've always wanted to see a theatric improvised theatrical performance based in freestyle rapping. This is your big shot. Folks him book tickets for the booth. It's a really fun show. That's the end of another episode of Bullseye Bullseye produced at maximum fund dot Org World World Headquarters Overlooking Macarthur Park Beautiful Los Angeles California where we had rain and hail this week. You know they say it never rains in southern California. Yeah but this week gave the lie to that claim Also there was a lot of really intense thunder that freaked out the seagulls. The show is produced by. Speaking into microphones are producer. Is Kevin Ferguson seuss. Ambrosio is our associate producer. 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"manuel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Began to bury its dead nine victims of Monday's ambush including six kids Manuel bark as reports the first victims of the ambush to be laid to rest were carried in coffins handmade by relatives tailored to the small bodies of those who are gone two year old rogue eleven year old Trevor and their mother Donna Lankford were buried the six others will be laid to rest in their home towns two three a small army of heavily armed Mexican security forces provided protection for the grieving family Mexico government contends the three vehicles in the group's convoy mistakenly were fired on by members of a drug cartel thinking the SUV was a rival drug running game the families of the victims believe they were targeted CBS news update I'm Jim show in the bay you will have a short wave six six five oh Jimbo eight six six five oh five four six two six I guess because we as a special correspondent for the C. B. S. syndicated newsmagazine inside edition he also is of course worked at the fox news and a host of other of the major networks and has written some books of the wheel be talking about before the night is out and also will talk some more about the impeachment situation but as we go to well we might as well just take this call this is Michael he calls in from a Dallas Silistra cliff five seventy hello Michael Hey Michael Hey hello reader Jim how are you where's the splendid above average yeah we are yes we are right what's on your mind Michael well listening to the show and I've been looking at the Democratic Party in as far as all of the front runners who it's really hard to determine at this time but they are searching with all respect ages group so many of them in their seventies that sort of thing I work at and I see and I want your comments do you see any of them becoming a vice presidential on the ticket for one for another or would they be forced to go to the younger group well obviously also your running mate obviously for one thing I'm not sure the Joe Biden is even well no he would be constitutionally eligible there's only a limit on on being president of the vice for yet no he could but he was not injured you've got it he's either get a get the number one of that set yeah I mean if you got somebody was really young I suppose it's possible but I'm I I and of course then again there's also the other factor if your certainly if you're it Bernie Sanders and even to a lesser extent Elizabeth Warren whose no spring chicken either this is our last go around really so so you know it better better to be a running mate in twenty twenty them nothing but running in twenty twenty four twenty twenty eight but you got a couple candidates here Jim who are young I mean you got booted jag it was a young guy you know certainly I mean he's he's very young Kamal Harris's not like she's in a wheelchair yet nor is Cory Booker hello you know so there's a couple of them that I think could be the number two is that are being looked at her number twos and I think you know I mean obviously they're all saying they want to be number one right now on but if it drops off there's some and then I think I think you know a lot of times you hear these new names I mean you brought up even before we were talking briefly about a quail I mean it was like Quayle who when Sarah Palin was sort of like wait where's that coming from so sometimes they're the surprises that come from and I don't you know a lot of people gives their apparel and all hard time or whatever I'll give I'll tell you that Sarah Palin I thought she energized the McCain ticket everybody was like wall who is that normally don't talk about the V. P. that much bear at all I mean she she came across yours each of the convention was great I mean there was that there were definitely some highlighters sort of sort of sort of died out but yeah I mean the the there's no question about that though appreciate your call I I remember at the eighty eight Republican convention when the novelty was George H. W. bush no suspense on that the whole question was who's the running mate on a hunch on a hunch I went to an Ohio delegation breakfast where the speaker was the Indiana senator Dan Quayle okay I I heard him speak it afterwards I got a one on one with him I walked away say well that was a dry hole I just really is not going to be the guy but when it when he was announced on that river boat I have the only tape was Dan Quayle of anybody radio or TV that I know of because I have been talking about it if you were the running mate how you know and what would you do it and he was talking about about this the sort of thing and how they would would may give the issue Michael Dukakis in the like anyway the bottom line being that that often you well how about Bob Dole exactly I I mentioned before but I'll tell you the story on the air I watch Bob Dole give a speech one time back when he was a real Bob Dole and very acerbic and and the like yes various surveys and I I spent a lot of time with Bob Dole ninety six here's a here's an example of Bob Dole and his spirit okay he he and he hated supply side economists located yeah he was a deficit hawk through through absolutely he's on our I have done a good news I'm not bad news about the supply side economists good news is a busload of just went off a cliff what is what right the bad news is three of missed the bus okay Bob we get it because it really made the guru of supply side economics Jack Kemp yes absolutely so why I told Bob Bob Dole that he won South Carolina I was left open muchos covering the campaign I was senior correspondent for fox news there and I remember I believe we're in Charleston I think and and you know if we're getting the results sort of coming in is on the stage and I said you know you you won South Carolina and it will kind of it in the crowd because of the news just broke like what we don't want to do is I want it was one of those like you know the but but Bob Dole at his peak was a very feisty guy but you bring a great a great point that sometimes they say okay we don't want this we don't want that I I always love to in the debates you know they're always so nasty to each other and then suddenly you know I really love no I didn't mean what I said so and so I really want them to be a running mate regular it all right we'll do pause your early when we come back we're gonna be a turning to the impeachment investigation of where that stands one eight.
"manuel" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight
"The composer phya created Eleanor Boudreau is a work with songs and spoken passages and dancing dancing and scored it for a small theater style band of Flute Oboe Karnak French Horn Piano and strings but also elevated FLAMENCO. Oh to the concert stage the story well. It's a common one in Rome focolare. It's of a disembodied spirit remains among the living even after death in the opening scene of Elmore Brouhaha. Kinda lots relates her seora Folk Tale invokes the Virgin Mary and tries to exercise the malevolent malevolent spirit of her deceitful partner by throwing incense and a fire next she goes to witches cave seeking help. She encounters enters a willow the wisp experiences hallucinations and sees the spirit of her dead lover as day breaks to the pealing of church bells. She succeeds in freeing herself from his bonds Uh Don the La Ni.
"manuel" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight
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"manuel" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Voted Manuel go all right. I add jet. What is it? Yes. The painting. Stay you're not gonna die a bellyache do. Keep it to remember me by. Oh, yes. Confounded? I look at it all day and keep it all night. I love come on. Jimmy, okay. She's faking it including abdominal spasms cramps in the legs, Peru for on your writers. And it's nothing, but a simple case of acute indigestion. You know, better than that. I you by any chance implying that this whole thing is my all nervous reaction caused by your brutality. No, no. I don't think. So that's only your yearly conscience imply. Something vaguely familiar about those symptoms appear. There is no time for a hobby. I think maybe it is look why don't you take over half hour. I wanna do some quick reading reading about symptoms. Hope you come up with something. We can't have anything happen. Do a, you know, offering up a little. Well, I always been fun. The puck. But also, I'm thinking of the promise I made about that painting..
"manuel" Discussed on Workforce Success Podcast
"You sit around you don't being challenged anymore it's kind of is just that that desire to to do something you and do something different but sort of frustration that comes out of manuel excited about this anymore like what do we do true sedalia we try to instill in everyone nfl constant progression can you always constantly progress in in what you're doing can you can you can you even have two thousand masseuse or thousand the same pizza can you then suddenly stop and go hang on a minute what if i do something different about what if i had this what if i changed that you know just to to to see if it will improve because like i said you don't want to get stuck in your ways and things will just quickly move past you if you do yeah it's interesting to hear that because i think there's just so much lot get shed on the tech industry what you know where you get used to new software coming out my daily but then we look at traditional sort of businesses and bricks and mortar businesses and i think there's just everyone's just sleeping on how much innovation you guys actually do especially dead dang menus and on a different practice around technology and how you use that in the business so i think it's a yeah it's really important to say that you guys are innovating in that space as well definitely yeah so i wanted to get maybe some the specific stuff so with this new menu what are you seeing on is there because you said a word before traceable which i just wanted to elaborate on a bit like what is what does that mean.
"manuel" Discussed on Majority 54
"It was just more you know trial how bad that lin manuel miranda he was awesome all right now i'm going to do the thing thank you for tuning in for the season premiere majority fifty four this was only the start of what we have to bring your way the season please make sure that you're subscribed and please leave a comment about the show i personally read every single one and many of your notes have helped us make the show much better and again thanks to win for inspiring all of us and for taking the time to talk about how he's grabbing a nor two point three million of you already follow mr miranda on twitter at lynn underscore manuel but if you don't you should absolutely correct that now now slightly fewer view followed jason at jason candor i wouldn't feel bad about that i mean okay but feel free to follow along to see all the incredible work that he's doing along with the team at let america vote both on twitter on instagram on facebook they share something different on every single platform and you're not gonna wanna miss it and i don't know if you noticed but we've been video document everything the jason is up to and you can catch the behind the scenes video both this interview and other let america vote projects on his channel on youtube call it of log call it candid candor but check it out we calling it candid candor i don't know like we're just trying stuff out throwing against the wall seeing how how you guys like it so but it's no very cool and most importantly please support the prize yo campaign that benefits black pack center for popular democracy latino victory fund and of course let america vote you can find that at presidio dot com it's the big gigantic photo of landman well right on the main page you really really can't miss it it's yo dot com slash hamilton please don't only donate to the.
"manuel" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Uh easily off the tongue so did the writer of alexander hamilton tried to avoid ages you will observe that hamilton is not in any of the fast fast wrapping that happens on stage right it's george washington goes hamilton and then jefferson is the one that goes so he knows the do when a trend ingenuity of luna france i mean so we're not hampering anyone with hamilton oh lin manuel marin to suspend wonderful to talk with you i thoroughly enjoyed it thank you so very much likewise the joys mine lin manuel miranda's created the musical hamilton and originated the title role the london production just open to rave reviews his grandmother died yesterday we send our condolences our interview was recorded last january today's broadcast was part of our holiday week series featuring some of our favorite interviews of the year after we take a short break film critic david adults teen will tell us what's on his ten best list this is fresh air count much would you pay to avoid warning traffic swire plane tickets to voice so expensive what can it through nicanor in the middle of the pacific tells about taxes on part of our a cohost the indicator a new podcast bite of money we're in every episode we take on a new unexpected idea to help you make sense of the day's getting on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts let's see what's sonar film critic david eggleston's list of the best films of the year in a year dominated by stories of sexual harassment and abuse in the entertainment industry and elsewhere and in which time magazine declared its persons of the year the silence breakers i find myself mostly gravitating to stories rarely told invoices that aren't heard from enough here's my ten best list in reverse order to maximise suspense number ten is the french bpm standing for beats per minute suggesting heartbeats or disco director robin compel focuses on the paris branch of act up which in the nineties staged violent protests against governments and pharmaceutical companies not responding swiftly to hiv aids it also features two.
"manuel" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Yeah as my guess lin manuel miranda now do you to work together oh may i answer that please how do we work together sure he goes an idaho and soon we are hamann long moon man that's called writing the song then he go and i go and the phone goes down and he does modern modern modern model yesterday romano jerome muttering on her mother mother that's more drunk but our modern on her mother mother doing jerome click sorry charlie so i go and he goes and i go and soon weird cavanaugh away sorry charlie secretary intercom yes with state smith painfully telling the rate of order the car we called the bank we got why is the coast we had sorry charlie mater mutter matter mothers all the stock mater by the rights mother mother mother modern one of which one all miss miss thanks mistakes we tell them to wait lee why are the car we got or to the coast we send of the bank and the telephones blinkers basket so when the rest of muscle keeps on hold and he's in a make him office without cooperation writing swipe play your home with my wife and kids on my wait to hear them moby bids not goblins almost and i'm an imitation right he flies off to a california i discuss him with my shrink that's the story of the way we me and frank twin shepherd inc on surprised at how much i likeness okay that's my guess lin manuel miranda production of the new york city centre encores great american musical series and the production of stevenson hoods merely we roll along a you're so much fun on that and i really think doing hip hop rhymes is great preparation for that lyric.