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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | Last week

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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Svechnikov's two goals spark Hurricanes past the Blues 7-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Svechnikov's two goals spark Hurricanes past the Blues 7-2

"I'm race veteran cop scored twice on his twenty second birthday helping the hurricanes win for just the second time in their last seven games seven two over the blues in call Martine HSN Brett patchy each had a goal and an assist for the metropolitan division leaders who had been three in one in their last four road games Carolina scored three times in each of the last two periods and handed St Louis it's fifth loss in six games probably G. David scored both Saint Louis calls giving them twenty one this season and one hundred for his career I'm the ferry

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Necas breaks scoring drought as Hurricanes top Kraken

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Necas breaks scoring drought as Hurricanes top Kraken

"Martine H. S. scored with nine thirty eight remaining to give the hurricanes are first lead in a three two win over the crack in nature SO gone eighteen games that a goal before helping Carolina extend its home point streak to eleven games I was trying to not counting the games I haven't scored but I'll score is low there had anything all through my career I never really waited that long for a golf Nino Niederreiter in table teravainen scored second period goals on power plays for the hurricanes if you want to make twenty eight saves Alex Wennberg Kalayaan crack scored for the cracking who have lost back to back games to begin a five game road trip Philipp Grubauer stopped thirty shots but a string of games without a victory stretched to eight games I'm the ferry

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 Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"AP sports I'm guessing call block the World Series is headed back to Houston after the Astros rally past the Braves in game five Marwin Gonzalez had a tiebreaking two run bloop single in the fifth to make it seven to five on the way to Houston's nine to five wins Martine Maldonado drove in three runs and Carlos Correa had a pair of RBIs for the Astros who host game six Tuesday Adam duvall had a first inning grand slam at Freddie Freeman added a solo shot for the Braves in the NFL the saints topped the Buccaneers thirty six to twenty seven after losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston to what coach Sean Payton termed a significant injury to his left knee the

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Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"The Astros are still alive in the World Series Houston overcame a four run first inning deficit to defeat Atlanta nine to five the Braves still lead the series three games to two Adam duvall had a grand slam home run to put the Braves on top early but Houston chipped away finally taking the lead with a three run outburst in the fifth Houston manager dusty Baker said these guys are together they've been through you know many of these battles and so you know they don't know how to quit and they're always looking for them and is there an opening and and fortunately tonight you know we took advantage of some the Braves previously invincible pitching gave up twelve hits to the Astros Carlos Correa and Yuli Gurriel had three each Martine Maldonado drove in three runs on a single walk and sacrifice Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Tampa Rays Beat Boston Red Sox 6-1

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Tampa Rays Beat Boston Red Sox 6-1

"The tampa bay rays the defending champions the american league unequivocally the league's best team they faced the red sox last night and louise patino a key. Piece acquired in the deal with the padres was outstanding tremendous stuff in the raise dismantle boston. Nick better first brandon lau is rocketed the right sterner betty the budweiser ports pets up. And that's where it landed. I swing here. The i just wanted to bud light. It's one nothing race. They will six twenty. Da the raise win that game six to one before the game. The red sox announced that. Closer matt barnes was played placed on the kobe. Nineteen injured list on monday. Joining several teammates will miss time during the critical stretch of the season. Also at kika dez christian arroyo in pitcher martine

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Bregman Scores Winning Run in 10th as Astros Down KC 6-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Bregman Scores Winning Run in 10th as Astros Down KC 6-5

"Alex Bregman had two hits and one RBI before scoring the winning run in the tenth inning the Astros six five victory over the Royals Jake Meyer supplied the game winning grounder giving Houston the rubber match of the three game set Bregman was activated just before the game after missing two months with a strained left quadriceps pitcher Michael Brantley's RBI single with two outs in the eighth tied at five Martine mail do not own your down Alvarez hit solo homers helping Houston withstand what Merrifield grand slam in the seventh the Astros pacey ale west by five games over the idle athletics I'm Dave Ferrie

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Meditatively sneak. So you released him to somebody and generally. How do we listen. Often we wait for the president to stop so we can say something much more interesting. All we look in the right direction but we don't events when they say what do we have no idea what they said. Oh overreact and empty five which is not helpful but if we really sent to the process really listen to what they said totally hundred percent that at the moment they stop in the term twa then lots of tongue. We say something so creative so clear so compassionate so relevant. We've never sold before. Come from e come from meeting another person. We've come a clarity. That friendly nez at stabilities balance and then within us. Lots of creativity can comment. This seems like the work of a lifetime. Both this getting out of your own way. And i hear a paradox. In their of on the one hand the capacity the light is already on always so there and we can access it at any moment using perhaps mindfulness of vaden or or buddhist techniques or other techniques that are even not buddhist and we can get better at the skill of accessing it at any moment. I think you totally get it. That in a way at one four is what we call the student. Grandeur in the song practice you have with the of Away which is always a possibility t and at the same time of gradual practice because of certain awakening is not immediately going to stop the habits. So i thought you're really this woman's great wisdom gray compassion and then at the same time you have to work on yourself. You have to contribute so in a way we can literally denver crossroad a what's called the And then the weeds damage to again. The depth deaths dimension so in ways dench cement should i would say generally a little bit limited in term of conditions. So you might practice so you might reflect needs kind of like the conditional conditionality limited like on retreat for example on a day of practice when humidity and then you silence to focus and so in with a conditional immediate and then you can go into the depths of the practice but at the same time. You have to cultivate in the wizards of the practice. Which is your daily life your relationship. The way you use resources the way you treat people in your office et cetera et cetera. So it seems to raise that crossroads of the deaf summoned the sometimes people all just a debt. Just a dance. I want to ever amazing meditation experiencing but that does the the habits so you need the depths with the whigs and so i think we had the crossroad In our practice at any given moment. I think that is a great and inspiring place to leave it. This has been to no surprise at all to me. An incredibly rewarding chat. And i really appreciate your time. Thank you very much. A pleasure to this is us thank you. Thanks again to martine great to see her. This show is made by samuel. John's dj kashmir. Kim bica maria were tail and jen poiont with audio.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Is do not seal king do not take what she's not given. Why would we take sophie. Because he gives us pleasant feeling towards switching. I want this. I want this for myself. If we take summing which is not given to us generally because of a pleasant feeling tool and then we could question. Okay this thing is going to leave me present feeling tone but for how long this is interesting. You know we think. Oh if we get this than a b. Happy then a shooting don't and then you see lead you take advantage of somebody to get it but how long those last you know no feeing where the buddhist nothing can give providence satisfaction. We could learn to be contented contented possibly by more simple so that we don't feel to your things all the time so that we have to ratchet up the prison shooting took think that's the thing about that one then you have someone to be careful with our six strategy and it's the same often we've sexual pleasure you kind of get lost in your own pleasure. And don't think about the person am my sometime home then. So can you think about your own pleasure without being Without taking advantage but also thinking about the older person federal nor so accepting each will not last each way to not. Then you have. Lying is interesting. Why would we lie. either you lie. Because of the unpleasant feeling tour. I can think about children. They break something. You.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"In the world. Is that correct up to a point to point preston. The actually do to possibly to your trading. Your seemed to watch another memphis is of the mind which is fair enough. But personally i would say. Contact is not just about the mind. Contact is really about the whole organism to the body mind complex being in contact what we see what we hear what we feel about. The all of that. I think is very important to see that. Actually it's quite body the contact for me very bodily. Though of course it includes the mind and the soul that arise in the mind. So personally for me. Contact is actually this organism in the world and how it is impacted by the world's then the tonality exactly what you said perception. I would say a little complicated than because perception is what crime is like basic meaning making me making machine things. Make sense to me. Let's just consciousness but perception actually can be biased perceptionist biases. How you perceive so in. It's not just conscious. Perception is like how you make sense of it but how you make sense of it is going to be impacted in a way by your Your life in that happen to you. So he's not just a bad counterweight being conscious of something but he's kind of like the consciousness will be conditioned by in a previous causes and because these small causes so but yes at kind the description but litter wide i would say is an interesting idea in buddhism which is a quantity msci and offering equanimity is seeing being mess as being serene as being calm but actually one of the idea of equality is actually treating people equally and i. I think this is a great challenge to treat people equally because we not going to treat equally me if people give us different feeling too. I mean you live. If she does not say something she gives you a feeling to.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Kind of like what school the five. Omnipresent mentor factor. You have contact to ninety perception intention. Egner tension and so two today. We could go mainly at the first three. We discontent finality n. perception. Because that's really where bias swing Perception internally really in a way influenced Let me see if i can restate some of that. Vaden up often referred to in english as feeling tone the concept as i understand it is that you know. If you look at the mind we're constantly no wing various objects taking insights sounds thoughts physical sensations et cetera et cetera. And every time something arises in the mind there are three ways to experience it. Is it pleasant. Is it unpleasant or is it neither meaning is it neutral and this can seem incredibly technical if you look at everything that's coming up in your mind because there's so much that comes up in the mind nanosecond to nanosecond but it has profound ramifications for how we live because we act if we're not mindful of the feeling tone of whatever we're experiencing we just acted out so we see green wallpaper. We don't like green. We yell at the painter or whoever painted the wall so many ramifications come out of an unseen feeling tone is anything that i've just said accurate. Let's see what is interesting. Is that the buddha says. In one text there is angry and eight they dennis so actually is not any said the first two on mental of physical and we have to be careful to think that donna is just about the mind of since about the mind but actually it's also something we feeling the body jerry strange that actually eat a fact of our whole body mine complex and so damage will be momento sometime it will be more physical actually at the center. It's quality fines. influence the effective toll. We general is going to lead us to react in various ways so you could say you you see something you hear something and then it's pleasant on pleasant as you pointed out but then zahn generally give us a feeling sensation which becomes an emotional which then can become a disturbing emotion and so on what we do that. We became a with too late. All actually the vidana when things have already gone overwhelming and then we might act out in unharmful way to ourself to others. And so that's why in his idea with the mindfulness of feeling is to see our andy. You nearly two second. How does he feel Will go into the meaning of it. All this is unpleasant. The person is unpleasant pleasant. What actually eats unpleasant. Because we the myself and imaging though the person something of that branch maybe they said something making. Maybe i want warford. Reassume the one. I want to be careful about what i said before that. We shoe led the pleasantness unpleasantness neutral. Easing the objec- like let's say take mangles. I like mango. And so i think mangled by itself is pleasant. Then you saw what he says to me. All i don't like mango then. I will tell them. But you know that the goodwa and then post them to try one and then they said i try this.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Pick up on the fourth of the pillars there which is sort of using this as an opportunity to practice improving our relationships. Does that bring us to this notion of feeling tones or vaden us exactly exactly because i think we can nearly get a bit tweeted in relationship to perceive the other and often to him. The other is this person. Give me plays feeling tool. Or is this person giving me feeling toward always person giving me neutral philly and then thinking that the tonality in the other person because we have the impression that into all the person who gives it to me. And that's why i begin very interested in mindfulness of feeling torn. Because what is it. mindfulness Feeling tour vandana the e. n. a in the ancient language actually referred to the Upon contact through the senses the simplest example is actually kara. Like war paper if we look around us is green blue red n. If we see green than give us a certain personality if we see raid another two ninety if we see creamy give us another to ninety and so what is interesting. Is that colors. As far as i know as not done anything to you. Green has now jumped at you read. That's not kind of giving you a nice present. But why is it that we see green red or cream or yellow and suddenly op. We feel something so vidana for nineties. When can you contract immediately. You of this is very important is to see that the tonality is conditioned by the perception.

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Using the Buddhist Concept of Vedana to Improve Your Relationships

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Using the Buddhist Concept of Vedana to Improve Your Relationships

"Pick up on the fourth of the pillars there which is sort of using this as an opportunity to practice improving our relationships. Does that bring us to this notion of feeling tones or vaden us exactly exactly because i think we can nearly get a bit tweeted in relationship to perceive the other and often to him. The other is this person. Give me plays feeling tool. Or is this person giving me feeling toward always person giving me neutral philly and then thinking that the tonality in the other person because we have the impression that into all the person who gives it to me. And that's why i begin very interested in mindfulness of feeling torn. Because what is it. mindfulness Feeling tour vandana the e. n. a in the ancient language actually referred to the Upon contact through the senses the simplest example is actually kara. Like war paper if we look around us is green blue red n. If we see green than give us a certain personality if we see raid another two ninety if we see creamy give us another to ninety and so what is interesting. Is that colors. As far as i know as not done anything to you. Green has now jumped at you read. That's not kind of giving you a nice present. But why is it that we see green red or cream or yellow and suddenly op. We feel something so vidana for nineties. When can you contract immediately. You of this is very important is to see that the tonality is conditioned by the perception.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Deep dharma episode. It's all about using an ancient fascinating and really readily accessible buddhist concept as a way to improve your interactions with other members of homo sapiens. The concept in question here is called vega or feeling tone. I'm gonna leave it to my guests to explain what veda is all about because she actually knows what she's talking about. Her name is martine batchelor. She's former buddhist nun. She she was a nun in career for ten years. She's now a lecturer spiritual counselor and author of such books as the path of compassion and women. in korean. zen. This show by the way is a rerun which were doing a few times this summer. In order to give the staff a bit of a breather. Shout out to the ph staff their incredible and also of course to some of our older gems for our newer listeners. One final little before we do that. This conversation includes some brief references to a few sensitive topics including sexual activity and substance abuse. Just a little heads up there before we dive in one exciting order of business. You may remember earlier this year. We ran a big listener. Survey thousands of you responded to a whole series of questions about your experiences listening to the show. Thank you for doing that by the way And we in turn listen to you. Turns out one of the things you'd rather do without is the ads probably because we're right in the middle of talking about the pernicious impacts of mass media or the importance of self compassion or how to achieve blissful state of attention and focus and then some jarring voice elbows. Its way in trying to convince you to watch a boxing match or try new diet or by a car. Whatever we we heard you and that's why we're going to try something new..

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"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

"So would always intrigued me about Tom perhaps because of my legal background. And i have the phd in medical ethics. It is what are the ethical consequences of creating consciousness software. Do we have the right to create consciousness and consciousness and then just turn it off now. Your hope is to If i'm speaking correctly being trans human is to bring immortality and life extension to people both in the body but also out of body Through things like mind clones. Well that's right. I believe that the purpose of the biotechnology industry in general is to keep people alive longer. So ray kurzweil was. I think the first person to ask We'll wendy's had end. You know if you ask yourself that question you realize that there is no ending point that as long as somebody values their life. We all would like to keep that person alive as long as possible. So what will happen to your body When it dies when my body dies will it will like you know well. In the case of me in particular it will be frozen at company called al gore in arizona. What's called creation. And how about your digital self my digital self will i believe be After a span of some years be activated as a mind clone of my flesh brain and will continue a life in cyberspace now when you say online clone of your flesh brain and being cyberspace. I think you lost listeners. There sure little bit. What is a mind. Clone online clone is if you take all of your digital reflections of yourself you've uploaded to the cloud and to servers in your computers all of your facebook postings. All of your likes all of your blogs all of your foe does All of your instagram's if you take all of that and then you wrap some you. You purchase some software called mindware that elicits the personality evident those uploads and you combine the two you end up with a mind clone of yourself a software version of your mind. That has most of your memories. Feelings recollections beliefs and also has your characteristic expressions mannerisms had how you think now who who wants to be around martines mind clone. Do your wife your kids. Who else by beyond that. No problem i think My friends with also on the be around my mind clone and i would also want to be around their mind clones. Where would you live. Where would the mind clone live. The blanco would live in the cloud and presents itself. Wherever there's a display. And by the way i'd be curious about my mind because you know i don't know myself enough to know what that mind clone would be. Are you kind of curious about what the outer manifestation of yourself is beyond what i see in front of me. I think there'll be lots of books written about with titles such as a ten things i learned about myself from my mind clone. You live in vermont and you have started. This organization called terra sem which is devoted to life extension and i think of vermont is being bucolic. And you're you have this. You know uber futuristic endeavor and it reminds me of your experience at the seychelles which i have not been there also in my mind seems like a placid bet of islands yet nasa was tracking satellite systems behind closed. Do you think about that. Dichotomy in both places i do I think that Vermont is very bucolic and beautiful on the other hand. Vermont is also a place to a place where there are a lot of great scientists and information technology. Ibm has a major center. There university of vermont has one of the nation's most advanced gene sequencing machines. So there's a lot more technology going on in vermont than than people would expect. What is something. That i might not know about you. Were talking about how your trans a lot of things. One thing you might not know about me is that i have not purchased a ticket on a rocketship ride around the earth and i have no interest in doing so my feeling is that the earth is the greatest spaceship in the universe. We can see almost all the different star certainly in in our own galaxy as we travel around the sun we get a different perspective of the entire sky in the meanwhile we're perfectly comfortable. We can breath the air. We could in swam and fly in the air so high treasurer above everything else. Spaceship earth. Thank you very much for joining us by pleasure. My guest has been martine. ross black. I'm jessica harris. This is from scratch..

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"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

"This endeavor as most people know when organs are donated for transplantation. They're generally transported by helicopter. Because you only have the organ outside of a of a body lease system outside of blood and whatnot for a short period of hours so to avoid traffic jams into over long. Distances organs are usually transported by helicopter plane from location to location. I'm also fixed wing pilot as as well. It would give me a great sense of completion of accomplishment to be able to personally deliver one of our first sets of zeno lungs to awaiting patient. I'm jessica harris. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is martine. Roth blat the founder of the pharmaceutical company united therapeutics martinez transgender. She became a woman in nineteen ninety-four at age forty after having had sex reassignment surgery. I wanna talk about your trends gender life. How has this physical change Changed the way you feel. That's a really tough question to answer. especially you know briefly. I think the answer that really bubbles to my mind is as being corn. Essential is that i've always felt like a woman so i found myself as i went into my teenage years identifying with the women in the room where i would be instead of the men in the room yet. I was totally obviously aware that everybody considered me a boy and then a man and i was totally aware that when somebody deviated from those socially accepted roles that they were sanctioned. They were laughed at. I don't want to be laughed at. So i kept my feelings of being a woman tightly bottled up inside myself. Because i didn't really want to be laughed. I would think a man who understands women would be very attractive to women. I did you have girlfriends and i did. I always i mean when you're talking about like sexual orientation side of of being a woman by sexual orientation has always been to women as a woman. So if i was to give the labeled would be lesbian label yet. I was faced with this contradiction to the had the body of a man. Let's an example of you know year identifying with the women in the room. I'd say like if there is a topic being faced in the room and One group of people are kind of hard edged about solving the problem and the other group of people. Or maybe like. Maybe there's a way we can massage the situation. I just naturally go to the massages situation. The nineteen ninety-five you wrote. A manifesto called the apartheid of sex witch demystified or criticize the classification of things by gender. That's correct and My point of view was that was really based on the research that came before me specifically Professor and fausto sterling from brown who had written that there are not too Sexist there are actually multiple different sexes. She discovered for example out. It's not as simple as saying women. Have two x chromosomes and men have excellent. Why because there are people born with two x one y to wise one x all kind of variants in between but in most cases these inter sexualities were not so manifest that they were observed by surgeons at the time of birth. So nobody said oh. This is a intersex child. These genetic mutations. Yeah i would say it's it's part of the natural diversity of human life and so that got me thinking well if there's all of this fluid in the body there must be just as much fluidity in the mind. You said that Separating people by gender is similar to separating blacks and whites. Which of course has by the way. When i wrote that. It was considered like crazy. But now in germany and a couple of other municipalities parents can decide not to stamp male or female child's birth certificate and the idea of being gender queer basically self defining one's own gender has gone from being you know totally on the margins to i would say for people who are like millennial generation. It's beginning to be like you know a thread of that culture. Speaking of of race your wife is african american Being a aspin you married her in one thousand nine hundred one when you were a man and it was surprised to her. Ten years later That you wanted to undergo this sexual reorientation. How long were you thinking about this before. You actually mentioned it to her. What would think about it. The whole time because I've been transgendered feeling since i was a teenager so i've thought about the whole time but it was something that i thought just had to be bottled up forever. And fortunately there were pioneers. Who came before me in the nineteen seventies one thousand nine hundred eighty s people like the ophthalmologist renee richards Who also became a kenneth starr and i read other biographies of transgendered people who had come out and There's a judge in Houston texas judge. Phyllis frye So these people gave me hope and inspiration that maybe i could Come out as well response. Her response was immediately opened. I mean it wasn't like oh my god there was never know my god. It was Okay you know that's really interesting That's fine with me. I love you for your soul. Not any part of your skin. She calls you martine sex. She's martine sexual identities being a sexual. Your children talk to me about your approach to them. And i'm curious as to the the array of responses sure well off four of them were very accepting and i'm attorney grateful to them for that because so many other transgendered people i know have horrible situations of being disowned by portions of their family and so I said each the four kids That this is what i wanted to do. Change my sex to female. But i would not do it if they objected. And each of them head of very different response perhaps reflecting their various ages the oldest was my son levi. He was about twenty okay and he said it's your life Martinez you have to do what you wanna do with your life. Use a student at johns hopkins at the time. The next oldest was sunny. She's a fashion designer here in new york city now. She was at that time about eighteen and She said lots of my friends. Have two moms or two doubts. I don't see anything so strange about that. So it's really interesting. She saw a totally different way is just like now. She has two moms whereas. I've actually never really tried to be the mom i think so. Call me dad. But that's how she thought. I'll my son gabriel Who was in junior high. At the time. It was the hardest and He said that Friends would tease him and he said he only wanted to know whether i still be his dad and i promise him. Gabriel always be your dad no matter what he said okay. It's okay with me. I read a new york magazine That you said well. I'm going to be like a butterfly. Yes i did say that. His he has four children now and they call me grand martines. And then the youngest genesis She was quite young. She was Ten years old and she was actually the one who outed me to my own parents because she told them you know. Martine has these women's clothes that she and mom wear when they go out places and the my dad and mom asked me is this true. Why why would you do this. And but genesis says well it seems to me just. I love my dad and she loves me. It was just remarkable how she just switched. The pronoun that made the whole thing makes sense. Okay my mom. My mom said look we could have had two daughters or a son and a daughter doesn't make any difference to us. I've noticed sometimes in this interview. I i'm confusing pronouns. And things like that. Does that get under your skin. Rather dull like totally flexible with the fact is kind of interesting roach. Charge test to me. Just going to help with strangers. Some people say ma'am some people be search almost like fifty fifty as really interesting. But i'm like as long as you as long as you know you call me martine. I'm happy the mind of a woman like also understanding. Thank you was was marrying. An african american women almost equally striking to people at the time it was pretty it was it was shocking to some people this was on. This was less than twenty years after it was illegal for people to marry people of Of different races. The supreme court case loving versus virginia was decided in the nineteen sixties. So it was Our kids were teased her older son. Eli said kids at school. Would call them zebra. So i think it was analogous. I'm just like a harass. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is martin ross. Blat the highest paid transgendered. Ceo in america martinez also trans human launching efforts to extend human life and achieve immortality through biotech and artificial intelligence her. Most recent book called virtually human. The promise and peril of digital immortality is written with ray. Kerr's well the lead engineer at google. Could you describe briefly. The thesis of your book sure. A lot of the top engineers in silicon valley have been working on creating cyber consciousness allowing things like siri to develop greater and greater capabilities until they're really personality operating systems..

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"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

"When i was on the howard stern show he remembered it but it just goes to show but he was saying was not incorrect but my vision for serious was pay radio and his whole the whole paradigm of regular radio was commercial advertiser support radios an entire paradigm shift. That had to be promoted. What else surprised about launching a service like serious was it. The regulatory hurdles or i expected there to be regulatory hurdles. That process always involves taking the radio frequencies away from somebody else so there's always an adversarial process involved but what has surprised me was serious to this day i would say more people come up to me and thank me for providing a howard stern and other content to them via serious than people come up to me and thanked me for saving their children with the medicines that we produce it united therapeutics. What does that say. I think it says that information is very very important in fact. There's a quotation of heard that says information is the necessary if not sufficient basis for development. You left serious and you found yourself in another industry. The pharmaceutical industry and i purposely use the passive Because it didn't seem like an active decision to go into the pharmaceutical industry. Just on the face of it You have a daughter genesis Whom you discovered has a disease pulmonary hypertension disease and she's the one who came up with the idea that you launch. This company is correct. That is correct. it's true that my first love and actually most lasting love is space technology satellite communications. If i could snap my fingers and sort of like you know reimagined the whole universe would be right back running either sirius. Xm or probably even like a elon. Musk spacex type of company but The fact of the matter is that i I love my children and my youngest daughter who is just a beautiful simple child. Gets diagnosed with life threatening disease pulmonary hypertension. There are no medicines available so it was. It wasn't a matter of thinking about it. I just went to the library and began doing research. Now you mention you went to the library but it was you and she who would go to the library together. that's true. Seven year old genesis. We would together. She was very very helpful. And i would say to her. I know there was an article by dr rich. And she would say wait a second and this is steward rich a physician in illinois and she looked through the pile of of xerox copies of articles. And say here's the doctor rich article. You launched united therapeutics with your own capital from serious the drug which later got fda approval. was developed by gentleman. James crowe correct. There was a gentleman. Dr crow At glaxosmithkline who had a solution for pulmonary hypertension a new medicine but glaxo would not let him develop it because the patient population was too small and glaxosmithkline had recently purchased the berles. Welcome company burroughs. Wellcome was very old line pharmaceutical company. And they would develop things whether they were profitable or not so smithkline. Glaxo bought them and when they bought them the first thing they said is we are not pursuing any more of these You know fairytale dreams. We have a a filter. We will only pursued drugs. Said promise a billion dollars or more in revenues which are called blockbusters. You got hold of dr Crows telephone number and called him just cold called. And what was his posture toward you. Originally a great scepticism. How is somebody who is a satellite. Ceo gonna develop medicine. How are you going to get it out of a pharmaceutical company. I'm very sorry about your daughter. But there's nothing. I can do to help you. Mar martine roth blat upon hearing nazi. Probably just put my more fire under your belly. It did i was actually. He did me a great favor of by doing that. Because i was pretty much Back to the marteen. Who has galvanized by the dream of uniting the world where satellite communications and i said now you know what I did something like that. I can do this. I can do this. And coincidentally at the very same timeframe people sent me to movies. To watch one was lorenzo's oil. There was a story of a father trying to save his son by doing things that pharmaceutical companies wouldn't and another was the to me the the art typical entrepreneur movie called tucker about this man who invented the seat belt. The parabolic headlight lens for cars. Shatterproof glass for windows who after world war two tried to create a new type of automobile called the tucker and was beaten down by the big. Three automakers in michigan united therapeutics is public. You became the highest paid female. Ceo in america upon fda approval the stock price went up exponentially. And how do you navigate that. What does that mean exactly. So that really means is that My compensation is tar tar stock price so this was as of two thousand thirteen. And you're not somebody who really revels in the public light. What were your reactions when media was coming to you because of this fact that happened almost accidentally so it's it's Basically a kind of embarrassment at least in my own personality. I don't try to be the center of attention. But i do realize as a public company sikio every element of my compensation is publicly disclosed and by the way when when i i read that fact to end the fact that you were previously a man i thought seriously the highest paid female. Ceo of course has to have had been a man. I feel that that's unfair too. I agree with you. I tell the truth i have exactly the same feeling and but i do know in other years. The highest paid female. Ceo had always been a female. So i'm sort of like the exception that proves the rule. United therapeutics is public and your annual reports. They think unconventional you. Tell me about them. So our annual reports are different. One of our annual reports was in the form of graphic novel that told the story of a new employees Another of the annual reports was in the form of a children's book it was patterned after goodnight moon. It was called good year. Uthr that our ticker symbol. Another of the annual reports is in the form will be call a periodic tablecloth of you. Tell them it's so. We make an annual report. Because that's something that's legally create a required but there's no rule that says your annual report be a children's book. The company now is extending beyond Just hypertension and i'm intrigued by your focus on Zeno transplantation Which is basically taking animal organs and Surgically putting them into human beings correct. Correct the although the real trick. There is to first genetically modified the animal oregon so that will not be rejected. When it's put into the human being and we formed a joint partnership with craig venter's company the man who decoded the human genome Called synthetic genomics is the name of his company. Life focus on a pig versus another animal. So it's an odd quirk of nature that of all the animals in the animal kingdom the animal whose organized match the size and shape of humans better than any others is the pig even better than chimpanzees by the way now. This is somebody who grew up in an observant jewish household. Were there any even rational just reactions that you might have had when you first discovered this. You know the good thing about All religions judaism islam. christianity is. They really are very rational within their own. Belief system so judaism like islam like christianity. Kindu believed that. The the sanctity of life rises above all other things. By the way i did my phd thesis on zeno transplantation interviewed Rabbis imams people from all the different religions And it turned out that all of them said we accept the transplantation of animal organs pig organs in particular into bodies. So it's kosher it's allow it's okay. It's being done to save a human's life. you have a pig farm in vermont. Can you tell me a little bit about it. All right so the name of the pig farm. It's called river what's Grown there are pigs already have Several genes knocked out. We now be having modified the first few genes of the pig our organs when they're placed into a person last from months to as long as over a year now at the nih in fact my mantra to the company is inspired by jfk's macho. When he said. I want to land a man on the moon and safely. Return them to the earth before the end of the decade. I tell people in our company that we want to transplant a zeno long into a patient and we turn that patients safely to health before the end of this decade. Your helicopter pilot. Is there any connection between wanting to get your helicopter license. And.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on From Scratch

"Satellite and pharmaceutical industries. She's the founder of sirius satellite radio and united therapeutics. A public pharmaceutical company initially focused on treating cardiopulmonary disorders. Martine also helped to launch the car navigation system gio star and the satellite service provider panamsat which was sold to a division of general motors in nineteen ninety. Five for three billion dollars. Martine lives in vermont. She's a helicopter pilot an apparent of four children. She also used to be a man named martin. Welcome thank you glad to be here. You are trans a lot of things. I'd like to start with your trans corporate life. Okay you are a pioneer in the satellite industry And it all started in the seychelles. Strangely a group of islands off of africa. Can you describe the linkage between your discovery in the seychelles and your career. Sure i really had no idea of whether i want to do in life. When i was in the seychelles in fact. I'd rather newsweek article that this was supposed to be an idealistic said violence where you could just catch fish literally with your hands and drink coconut milk so i dropped out of. Ucla and When traveling over there feeling just really impressed by the l. a. and firemen so get to the seychelles but it was really pretty dirty I rented a small hot Every night the floor would fill with gigantic cockroaches. But that was there. So i just hung out and did the best. I could one day One of the show while friends. I met asked me if i wanted to go with him to the nasa tracking station. I didn't even know. There was an asset tracking station. I went up with him and there it was like i stepped into another reality. I went from like you know like the past to the future. Everything was super clean and shiny and high-tech looking with blinking lights and a very nice nasa engineer gave us a tour and explain what they were doing. And i asked him. Why is this in canada. You have so humongous because it was bigger than a house. And he said it's because the signals have were tracking from deep. Space probes are so faint. They don't even have enough energy to light a light bulb so we have to have a humongous collecting area in our giant satellite dish to receive the signal. And i asked him back well. What if the satellite signals were very very strong and powerful. He said well. It's not pow possible to launch those type of satellites today but if it was then are receiving station could be very small and tiny and the idea donned my head that if i could figure out a way to launch a powerful satellite then everybody in the world could have their own tiny satellite receiving dish. I made a beeline back to ucla. Kids like i received a kind of quasi religious epiphany in the seychelles that i was going to connect the world with satellite communications and this was a technologically practical thing to do so i went from having a c. average at ucla. To straight. as. Because i had a passion that i was going to be the world's expert on satellite communications. You were in your late twenties where there other examples in your life of you know having the moxie to say you know what. I'm going to transform something what we're examples of that in in your childhood by transformed of examples were from biographies and also from science fiction. I was fascinated with the robert heinlein. And isaac asimov series of books and those examples of people who transcended their background to become. You know the man who purchased the moon and people who went to mars. Those books inspired me. Your mother always thought there was something unique about you. But i just thought well you know. Welcome to being a jewish mother. Did you ever have a sense of self that kind of extended beyond what you thought other peers experienced. Though i didn't i really felt myself pretty much. Totally average person Lazy almond usually trying to figure out the way to get something done with the least amount of work and how your parents my my parents were part working and great people but my dad was a dentist for the retail clerks union so he had kind of like a nine to six job. I'll my mother was a speech. Pathologist at san diego state college so she would go there and teach each day. What in your mind was the most pioneering or innovative you experience you had in the satellite realm one of the to me. The the most remarkable stories is when i was running serious. One of the business plans was to get the major radio stations to major radio. Networks to invest in syria and to put their content on our satellite network. So i went to see mel karmazin. Who was at that time. The ceo of infinity radio network which hosted the howard stern show Nationwide and i went to mail. And i did my satellite radio pitch and i said this is going to be the future Everyone who's gonna listen to satellite radio and he just he laughed at me And he turned re pivoted on his desk to his credentials and he said you see these files of paper here. He said these are audience. Research reports that high commission to find out what the audience listening to each of our radio station thinks what their demographics are. What their age is. How many of them are he said. Now how hire those piles going to be the day you launch your sirius. Xm radio system. I said well on the first day they'll be nobody listening to it. He said exactly he said martin get a real job so the funny coldest forward a few years later and who becomes the ceo of syria smelt karma zone. Yeah and i love having a chance to recount the story to him..

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Reyes 2 Triples, Tigers Beat Slumping Red Sox 8-1

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Reyes 2 Triples, Tigers Beat Slumping Red Sox 8-1

"The red Sox lost for the sixth time in seven games is Victor Reyes tripled twice and collected three RBIs in the Tigers eight one route of Boston keryx Google was sharp over five shutout innings allowing five hits and striking out four the rookie had allowed six home runs over ten two thirds during his previous two starts Jonathan Scott contributed two hits and two RBIs for Detroit Boston starter Martine Perez he pulled his shortest outing of the season allowing three runs on five hits over an inning in the third the socks are one and a half games behind the AL east leading rates I'm Dave very

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Rays Hit 3 HRs, Beat the Red Sox 7-3 to Tighten AL East Race

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Rays Hit 3 HRs, Beat the Red Sox 7-3 to Tighten AL East Race

"Tampa Bay is within a half game of the AL east leading red Sox after homers by yandy Diaz Mike Zunino and Randi Rhodes arena power to raise to a seven three win against Boston wander Franco added a two run double while the race bill to six to lead by the fourth inning Zunino arose arena had solo shots off losing pitcher Martine Perez for rays relievers limited Boston to two hits in four scoreless innings after starter Josh Fleming gave up three runs here as was tagged for six runs in four frames Boston played without third baseman Rafael Devers because of a leg injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Martine Moïse, Wife of Slain President, Returns to Haiti

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Martine Moïse, Wife of Slain President, Returns to Haiti

"The wife of Haiti's assassinated president has returned to the carribean nation off to being injured in the July seventh attack in a private home Martino E. so right in Haiti following her release from a Miami hospital was in hospital she expressed her pain in a tweet describing her disbelief her husband of anomalies was gone without saying a last word she writes her arrival was unannounced and surprised many in the country of more than eleven million people still leading from the assassination interim prime minister coach Isaac has been needing Haiti despite the fact that Modi's had announced his replacement a day before he was killed I'm Karen Thomas

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"In an in audio an audio message message on Twitter, on Twitter, The widow The widow of Haiti's of Haiti's assassinated assassinated president, president, Juvenal Juvenal Muise, Muise, has has said he said was he killed was killed because because he wanted he wanted to rewrite to rewrite the constitution the constitution and and improve improve the lives the lives of the people. of the people. Martine Martine Muise Muise said her said husband her husband didn't didn't have the have opportunity the opportunity to utter to utter a word a word before before he was he murdered was murdered by by

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"In an audio message on Twitter, The widow of Haiti's assassinated president, Juvenal Muise, has said he was killed because he wanted to rewrite the constitution and improve the lives of the people. Martine Muise said her husband didn't have the opportunity to utter a word before he was murdered by

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How CP3 Took Control of the NBA Finals Game 1Haiti's President Assassinated, Wife Wounded at Their Home

Rick Hamada

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

How CP3 Took Control of the NBA Finals Game 1Haiti's President Assassinated, Wife Wounded at Their Home

"Has gunman who killed the country's president at his home today poses American drug enforcement agents, but we're not, President Biden says about the assassination a lot more information, but it's just it's been very worrisome about the state of President Juvenal Money's his wife, Martine's in critical condition she's being sent to Miami for treatment. 10 more bodies are recovered at the site of a

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Devers Homers, Surging Red Sox Hold off Ohtani's Angels 5-4

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Devers Homers, Surging Red Sox Hold off Ohtani's Angels 5-4

"The red Sox stay hot beating the angels five to four for their tenth win in the last eleven games Rafael Devers homered and drove in three he now leads the major leagues in RBIs with seventy one and his manager Alex Cora likes what he sees when he dominates the stripes on the waist on it right now he he's that good you know he's almost right right center the name is Claudia this is a class one goes the other way you just secure here in Boston starter Martine Perret is earned his seventh win save went to Adam out of you know Boston fifty four wins are the most in the majors mark Myers Anaheim

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Cloud Cost With Martin Casado

Software Engineering Daily

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Cloud Cost With Martin Casado

"Martine. Welcome back to the show. Happy to be here. There's a phrase that i have heard in the software business and that phrase is it's easier to figure out a way to make more money than it is to figure out how to save money. Do you agree with that phrase. Actually do yeah. I do agree with that. That's a good phrase and to what extent do you think that applies to the world of cloud. Well it's interesting so our companies go through three. And i've talked about this before but i'll companies. I think go through three stages right. They go through the product stage they go through the sale stage and then they go to the operations stage is roughly and these are the first stage is finding product market fit and that i think is just the hardest. It is the art. You're trying to build something that people want and frankly most companies don't get out of that. Don't get out of that stage but once you do and you've gone through that saga you've built this dna around a company of innovation and growth and building something new and so then you move to the sales phase where you actually sell that and so i just think many companies when they cut teeth they cut their teeth in this way of. How do i add new value. In how do i grow and the best medium for that. Absolutely the cloud. How can i set of infrastructure very quickly. How can i get access to services already running. How can i focus on my core competency which is finding product market fit. I think the cloud is very very good about that but to your previous question. So you've got these companies that spend often you know. It could be a decade learning all the muscles growth. The question is what happens when things saturate and they're no longer growing. What do you do

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Dalbec's 3 Hits, 3 RBIs Lead Red Sox Over Royals 7-1

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Dalbec's 3 Hits, 3 RBIs Lead Red Sox Over Royals 7-1

"JD Martinez hit a two run Homer in the fifth wheel camper four run inning of the Boston Red Sox seven one win over the Kansas City Royals the Homer by Martinez was his one hundredth in a red Sox uniform it also extended his hitting streak to a season high nine games it was enough to give Martine Perez to win his first since he won his fourth in a row on June third Greg Ackland Kansas city

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Royal Caribbean Says Two Guests Test Positive for COVID-19

The Tom Sullivan Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Royal Caribbean Says Two Guests Test Positive for COVID-19

"You. They came up with a test cruise. And they said, um They won't let you cruise unless you have a vaccine Passport. And the unvaccinated come on board and before you know it, there's an outbreak. So they said, no, there's not going to be any exceptions. So they had this test crews and guess what happened. To guess sharing a stateroom on board the celebrity millennium. Tested positive for Covid 19. You have the cruise lines all upset. They say the individuals are asymptomatic and currently in isolation and being monitored by our medical team. But all of the guests onboard this test crews and it was not a full ship. It was like one third full. Is the test crews and there's a record. They were gonna go see everything works great and Lo and behold, Two of the passengers have tested positive. Here's the problem. All of the guests were required to show a negative covid 19 test. And proof of vaccination 72 hours before they departed last Saturday. The crew is fully vaccinated. And guests are following the super tight protocols. And they say we're following all the CDC guidelines that we can possibly follow. And so, with all of that, they still came up with two that were positive now. They set sail from Saint Marc Martine. Operating at one third capacity to test the safety protocols.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

"Ono there. There's something going on this story live. usually you would have these things are something late. it's Just something off. I don't know what it is. It's it doesn't of your happening let it go. I just hope that it doesn't affect the versus. Don't rob me of something. I kind of sort of want to see.

"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

"About her voice which is unique whereas her mariah the voice is musicality of her voice and song writing the melodies right so it may asaid us the thumb deservingly vocally. It's all beating be without you. Not and i'm not saying i'd be without. You is not a great song. But if i'm if i'm looking at it as a person who analyzes music on two different shows almost weekly. I have to be honest. We belong together is the is the better constructed song and is because has a very intricate way of songwriting. That you you look at some of the things she inserts a. You're like how does she think of that. And i love mary. But it's more it depends on it also preference to its who touches your soul more. You know like that's what that's what i'm saying. Mary been put him using for touching people. yeah. I don't know about now because like i'm not into marriages music before that. Especially that breakthrough album. She was going through a lot. And everything and i keep saying that every time. Mary j. goals to some stuff. That's what she put the best music that's like a doubt they have a but you know the mine. Life album is something else. The as usual so seven days is not by you guys released into the song breakdown by mariah carey. And i'm telling you it's like things miss when we here at the first couple of times. Daniel locate there's something then. I'll you write your show overall. I would also say. The emancipation of mimi was a big moment. Your for mariah. Obviously is you know those comeback basically. Yeah i mean a lot of the things she went in her early career obviously had like kinda stifled as well. So what probably tommy mottola. Monster means we don't talk about that man. But not i mean but no. You're right but that's a solid solid album. Sorry but you know. Hey we love you to hear j. I tried to have your batman is a great song i remember hearing i feel me and the amateur do you. Even though we belong to get it was a massive hit. But i'm martha impact incident. And i feel like be without you when that song was out for. Sure all the women away. I i'll know what they go through but it touched a lot of people ought to. We belong together. Now you're you're right too much you see look at look at mountain and i though both hopeless romantic and gravitating because we belong together super sappy. Let's be honest cheesy though the cheesy radio. So that's how i felt for sure. Do you remember the rizal of the youtube song one by mary. J. blige that some she had she was drake on on a long time ago. That's a long maybe ninety. She reprised after. I feel like he did. Do one with the irs. Did she did join with drake. but i don't think is i'm not. I don't remember to be honest. I don't wanna say something that he's not because i do remember that she did the youtube track. But that's not the one with drake on okay. Yes you were saying not enough. But it's it's good to revisit because she like marriages voices just unique at the risk of our weekly shades. No you're right. What one of my favorite joints ever is nine hundred one with her and wycliffe just because The song method man. I like reading to. I don't know man that that that song just like do something every time i hear. It is one of the underrated gene rainy days jar rule just made me wanna see a major versus. Wow was the for one. Wanted desperately grand poobah the goofing versus going to be around for a while now now that they got this new deal so i'm excited to see the match ups that they might be coming out with. That'd be great for sure. Sure absolutely so. I wanna give you this opportunity right not to let people know where they can find. You know your social and everything and obviously your columns and your shows in every everything else so thursdays on much august at dot com or by paper. It's still exist. Print limbs every last tuesday of the month. Lopez every saturday at eight. Thirty five on the On twitter in on instagram at at matching montreal and on facebook it's Lago pr and there. You go beautiful route beautiful. We have loved having you on. So you know we're gonna we're gonna let you go but thank you so much and don't be a stranger longest interview. Yes sir yes sir. That was a really on academic on a lot of fun. And i don't see why this show is not on a on a major network so get it there. Oh well that is an honor coming from ucla. Thank you so much. we're working. We got some stuff to word. So thank you so much nice. I look forward to follow you both and seeing what's next or yes. Oh shout out again to matson for coming on. I was such a great conversation. Love talking to her. And as you guys heard we just talked about versus already. The is a brothers and earth wind fire. We already talked about. Derek chauvin chauvinistic whatever. His name is in that trial. So you know we're not gonna get into those things again. But i will be following the trial in in hoping so we shall see. Let's go to a couple Things here in we have now. I don't know where i was when we were discussing. The vm. escape and s w v a battle. But somebody was a you or somebody that said like will tiny be out of jail or something out. 'cause these allegations are are are still here and i t i in tiny just released a statement through their attorney attorney in response to new sexual assault allegations against them You know they are they are. They're still waiting. It says the attorney says that. They're still waiting for the accusers to reveal themselves publicly. Because they haven't done that. And it's still more denying. Of course i point is a little weird to me now. It's kinda weird as been a weird way that they're responding to it and also the act the accusers. The wait is being done like them. Not saying what they really are. It's everything about this. Feels fishy to me. Don't know santen.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

Breakdown 2 Lowdown

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Breakdown 2 Lowdown

"Something so you need to learn how to say no now but i'm gonna tell you clarence i have mastered the art of saying no own. I'd say now often if the price is right's if the You'll were all the time i've said it you know i've said i. I don't think i've said no more than in the past almost a year. You know when there's been this awakening about black lives. Some of my. I'm sorry no will mar participate in this charade or this knocking. But so you know. I do say in the morning and you're absolutely right to pointed out. We have to learn how to say no me. That's my personal modal. People around me will tell you. Give me personally lake. If it don't mean if if if it all makes sense it's automatically for me gotta make sense for me to say no not are you. Can you can like as you were saying if you don't make money. It don't make sense. Basically but i mean the money is important We're we're like my friend likes to. They can't miss a meal but sometimes undestood eat. Yeah everybody's got the everybody's got bills to pay But sometimes it's not even the money it says the purpose is not your There's an honest. I think the older you are the older you get the more it has to feel right and you get this flare have done right i have to this donna. This is on this one of the things that's great about getting old actually is that you start listening a little bit more to that. Inner voice which can be extremely scary. I know mind scarce milwaukee the But sometimes you you feel that you're just like the vibe is right. Yeah but it never happened at. You're saying no you said no once and then you're like man i should say. Yes maybe you are never regretted or just leave with your regrets in what goes on. What first of all i mean. I could book on the regrets. That i I mean in retrospect the regrets that i talk about things that i turned down workwise are aren't they should have given up sooner and now i have. I have plenty of regrets. Believe me on. would you have like any gene. because you you've been given james after james but The anything that you would say for the young people that are trying to get into media. Pr or whatever How would you go about that. Yeah let me tell you. What's great about the moments. Were living in right now. It's all these tools these online tools that we You know. I had blocked in two thousand and three. So it made me practice my writing edit. It may be practiced editing. And then you have this. You know you have these arms that you can create and then one points mainstream media will pay attention and it's easier for you to knock on the door and say hey a of our casts for year non. These are the guys that i've had. So you create your content. You arrive to traditional Media with your podcast tied they will take notice not have seen it many many many times and also that you practice like what you're doing now which your show frank i mean tomorrow you get headed a show on. Cbc you know exactly what to do because you're producing your host day which is by the way not every vote on. Cbc can do that right. So you do book king. You do your own bookings you you're producing you do the hosting like three jobs lizard three watts so if you knock on. Cbc store and you say hey. This is what i can do as been doing it. Would you have you know and also you really have to keep your ear to the ground because the reality is that there are jobs posted all the time per to write all the time so you have to keep your ear to ground the work in. Then it's it's really. It's a hustle which is a word. I don't particularly love but it is russell. Things will not come to you. You have to eat after we have to finish you. Have you have to go after it. You have to find it. There's no you know that's just the way it is now. I'm i mean first of all. That's amazing advice. I hope that you know people listening in terms of going after what you want any no like. I mean you know quote uncle hustle. We do have Currently the george floyd a murder trial Who we know. Like george floyd you know he was out here trying to to change his life modestly and do better and you know tragically. Obviously we know how the story ended his life ended. The trial is going on currently dare trump and they're not for all of the cops but for him specifically have you been keeping up with that at all. Have you seen it. that is my i. That is the background my office. My office that the tv's on all day Glimpses and i find i. I have found it extremely difficult. I mean i broke down a couple of times last week. Listening to listen to various testimonies. There was testimony one of the eye. Witnesses it was an older gentleman. He must have been late sixties. I was looking at at him. I said that could be my father. That could be anyone's father and the guy broke down because he was you know why he knows he could been dortch willie and helped tried to help her to help. Mr floyd inside broke down watching that work down watching the girlfriend All my god that would took me out. Yeah to people who were trying to walk each other who is trying to turn their lives around. Were addicted to opioids which is an epidemic. And so i broke down. She that it's it's very difficult at the clerk. Watching the cleric who you know who called the cop on yes this. It's a series of human tragedies. And i felt for these people because i'm like they have been carrying this since may twenty fifth last year. And you could. You could feel that pain when they were speaking. You could feel the defensiveness for for lack of a better word for so especially for one of the. Emt's wet spokesman he was just so like over it because the defense attorney is getting on my nerves like absolutely like tap dancing on them leg. The minneapolis police chief. You know he you know he just testified. That was extreme. Forest was used obviously things that we know. The there was a doctor who spoke late kind of. He confused me a little bit as to what he was trying to say. I thought he was already dead because of lack of oxygen deficiency. It was like what are you saying that you didn't try to get him. Cpr purposes already. Just like hearing to statement is a all for real shitty was like nothing like like. I like the fact that i know that there's the law and i know and you know i'm not a law student or law connoisseur by any means But it's almost like do we have to go through all of this like it was so clear to me. This is a murder. And i feel like the like. It's almost insulting some questions that are being asked and i'm like and what does this have to do with the fact that this man is not alive like it. It's it's it's ridiculous and as you were speaking speaking earlier on stevie wonder deciding to take his family out of the united states and move to was a ghanaian gonna.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"That would be so much better. Yes i would just like food stuck using glue. Yeah that's even worse. That's even worse. Yes the worst or melt casings together. That's even even worse than using glue. Yeah i see you you have seen an advert or not probably. Yeah so so. What was your experience. The starting point i mean i mean how did it all start. I mean i guess back. Then as i said almost five years ago. You didn't think that this brand would reach out to other countries like like even india know yes so off. That wasn't the thing you had in your mind from day. One no no i. My idea was to create a network of twelve repair cafes for the province of the netherlands so that people could go could go to a place not too far from their homes But i i didn't think that there would be Demand for more than twelve of those locations but well. Luckily i turned out to be room. So yeah yeah it's it's everywhere now Last was it last year. We did the our right to repair no pause here for the air horn or whatever was a. It's as far south africa's got you don't these these repair cafes and there. Yep yeah well that shows that people Understand that something needs to change that we cannot go on using natural resources away. We do and that there are people in the next generation. Who will want to to to use these resources to so more and more people start to realize that it is not normal to throw an item away when there's just a tiny little thing wrong and that's Well that's a good thing. Yeah yeah i it. It boggles my mind with with phones. Computers and stuff. You know if if i had a flat tire. I wouldn't get a new car knowing that simply because your car is still too expensive right but by when you have a vacuum cleaner or.

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Or they just don't care enough for the products because they were so cheap to buy that they don't think that it's worth Well giving the effort to give it a try. I can attest to the fact that a lot of things are very very easy to fix one of my my very first job out of high school. Mrs back in the nineties was i worked in banks at broke open. Safes and stuff like that. But occasionally i would be called upon to fix through which is a machine with the pneumatic pump and you know pushes all this stuff through and pushing to get brand new ones and half the time we'd find out that it was these little little love gaskets On the carrier that you put your money in and it goes to the tube one of them has like out of it and so now the air doesn't you know they can't build a bear pressure to push it through so and you keep a bunch of these things in the car and you slap it in and usually that's the problem or or it's a button. A button hasbro concede just replace a little switch and everything else works and it's usually something incredibly simple and i mean at the time i had no experience and going out and just playing around and experimenting nowadays you can go online and find for just about everything Yep yeah definitely. That's absolutely true. Actually i had an experience with that two years ago that i have to crtv. That's that's the story of this tv. That i use for retro games especially for light guns because light gunstone. Brigham modern tv. So so. i got this free tv from family one day before. They want one day before they wanted to put to put on the dumpster. I called my father of us like. Hey how about your old crtv. And he was a. Yeah it's going to the dumpster tomorrow. Like no instead of giving to the dumpster gave it to me so but i didn't know..

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"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"martine h. s." Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Well i mean since since. That was the news i had since you don't have any use should be trump to the interview. Yeah pop on over there and head back into to raise millions. Eight minutes section that's That may be a new record already so enjoy. Yes and shy right. Yeah that's it. Let's jump over to martine. Post ma and the right to repair again today. We are talking to another guest again and this time. It's martine postma. Hello no and you are basically known for and having created repair. Cuffy's the concept the ideas. Yeah that's right. I come up with the the concept eleven or twelve years ago now in two thousand nine. So that's Pretty long time ago already. Wow and and i wonder i mean i mean eleven years ago lost already appropriate to get your your device fixed. I mean this this topic of you know getting your device fixed and getting the parts and all that stuff chasse tapping like the last three years that it's really was covered by media much No but it's been a problem to have things fixed for a long time and that is actually one of the reasons that i came up with the repair cafe notion because i noticed that it's no longer possible to do just bring a broken item somewhere and to have it fixed for reasonable price and also that New stuff is so cheap relatively cheap that in many or in most cases it's more attractive to buy something new than to have the old item fixed so That's the reason that i wanted to to do something about that. And i wanted to bring repairing back into our daily lives. And then i started thinking. How can i do that. how can i make it more attractive to to to try to fix something or to to have it fixed somewhere and i thought that well for one thing it would have to be cheaper than getting a new item So it would have to be practically free Do we able to compete with with New items and it would have to be a fun place..

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