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Fresh update on "mercedes" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"Sports. Let's get to Dan Schwartzman sedan are both Manchester clubs going after the same footballer? Yeah, a lot of fun, right? When you talk about competition, one's a good club that city. The other one not so good that's united, but sources report that if Kris Jenner does leave all Trafford, they will make a run at Bayern Munich star surgeon Avery with Manchester City also potentially interested in the winger if Raheem Sterling leaves the Etihad, reports a Byron would accept €35 million for navy after the Germany international turned down a long-term contract offer worth over €200,000 per week. At Wimbledon Novak Djokovic has moved on to the quarter finals a four set win over Tim van Reich hoven while 5th C Carlos alcaraz loses in four sets of ten seater Yannick center, you know, a 9 seat camera in nori advances to the quarters and trade sets over 30 of the sea Tommy Paul while David go fan comes back from being down two sets to one, he knocks off 23rd seat Francis tiafoe in the women's draw the highest seed remaining that's third seated on jabour heads the quarters a straight set win over 24th see the least mertens while 12 see Yelena hasta Panko falls in three sets to tatsiana Maria. Others advancing through the quarters are Julie niemeyer and Marie busco. Ferraris Carlos Sainz has won the British Grand Prix to take home his first Formula One win with the Red Bull Sergio Pérez finishing second with Mercedes Lewis Hamilton rounding out the top three points lead to Max Verstappen of Red Bull finishing
Fresh update on "mercedes" discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Yeah, he just lost those critical seconds just in that pit stop changeover. I think had saved that and been in and around them, maybe not in head of them, but like right in the pack, yeah, he would have had less time to gain up and fresher tyres. So he would have been a close one. And you're right, maybe let this be a bit poetic about it. Maybe home race hasn't won all season. The crowd cheering him on. You know, it could have happened, but we'll never know. And that is motor racing. I think that if you look at the pit stops, science pitted on lap 20 5, Hamilton 33. 8 laps fresher. Now obviously it depends often on the track and the tyres in use as to how significant that is. If it's on a soft tyre, a bracelet track, that's a huge amount. But how much in himself had proved how far into the stint, the medium tyre had been able to go without he was doing good lap times, even well into that stint. And I think on the hard tyre, an 8 lap difference around Silverstone would not have been leclerc was absolutely on it today. Leclerc and Hamilton for me were absolutely fantastic. And it was great to see Hamilton on a charge and Ferrari's indecision brought him into play much more than it should have done because leclerc should have been away and gotten. But I think once he was ahead of science, you could see that the clerk can Hamilton actually were exchanging fastest laps. Well, you're never going to catch someone if you're taking it in turns to take the fastest lap. Plus you still had to clear science. So while I agree it would have been a fantastic sort of poetic home victory returned to form Mercedes are back and it would have been a fitting reward for such a fine drive. I just think leclerc would have been too strong, but as Hayden says, we'll never know for sure. Okay, I've got another question. Well, sit tight. First of all,.
Morel hits sac fly in 10th as Cubs beat Brewers 4-3
"With the game winning sack fly as the cubs defeated the brewers for three and ten innings Jason Heyward scored the winning run and then the cubs dugout came out to mob a very happy morale He's amazing This moment for me My first experience woke up So he's amazing for me Thank you God for this moment My family my country but run over Mercedes And I'm so happy Wilson Contreras added a pair of hits with Mark leiter junior picking up his first victory since the 2017 season for Milwaukee Jason Alexander made his major league debut going 7 innings and Jace Peterson had three hits which included a triple and a pair of doubles David Schuster
Mercedes recalls 292K vehicles to fix problem with brakes
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"mercedes" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"One top draw drivers. So that was the logic, really. Quick question Kevin on Rosberg. And harken back to what you're saying about Michael Schumacher at the start. Does how close Rosberg was able to get to Hamilton and how tight the fight was at times? Does that make you reassess Schumacher's Schumacher's Mercedes era? Because they weren't, he wasn't exactly blown away by Rosberg. Yes, a little bit. I think that Michael's second era was looks better now than it probably did at the end of 2012 2012 because we now know that Nico Rosberg actually wasn't a million miles off of Lewis Hamilton, we now know where he stands in the sport. Schumacher's time there was perfectly reasonable and solid and good, but not if you compare it to 7 world titles and 91 world championship Grand Prix that he achieved in his first career. It pales into insignificance, doesn't it compared to his achievements at for our in benetton. We're not going down a rabbit hole here as well. I would say that, you know, we saw what it did to Rosberg to beat Hamilton how much he had to dig deep in to win every mental battle and then obviously he considered that his peak and walked away from the sport altogether after then certainly as a driver. So I don't think you should see sort of rossberg as one middle man between Schumacher and Hamilton. I think there are sort of almost two Ross bags that makes sense. And what's interesting is just one final point on this is that at your point about if Rosberg isn't there, that's three really dull seasons at the start of the turbo hybrid era. Also potentially you might not get Lewis Hamilton being as good as he was because what happened in 2016 made Hamilton realize what I've got to take every single opportunity that I can't risk anything happening or I'll lose titles. And I think that has made him a better driver. So it's just interesting to consider yet Lincoln Rosberg actually had quite a big impact on Formula One's history. Yeah, I would say there are certain drivers that made other great drivers even more mega. I don't think it said it would have been as mega as he was without an Alain Prost, you might say, maybe prospering have reached the heights he did without a Senna and Lewis Hamilton, he's definitely a better racing driver as a result of losing to Nico Rosberg in 20 because he shouldn't have lost that challenge even with the mechanical failures you had. Bad starts in a few weekends, or he wasn't quite, wasn't quite there. And as you say, Alex, he's made absolutely sure that that's not that's not going to happen again. Well, sadly, this isn't the top ten greatest things about Ernie Carroll's podcast. Maybe we can record that one day. He knows maybe we probably get him on. He's always hanging around the F one paddock doesn't do an excellent work there and formulary extreme, things like that. But let's move on Kev to your top four Mercedes drivers at number four. It's Herman Lang. We're going back to before the Second World War, he drove from Mercedes between 1935 and 1939 to 8 wins, although there's a note here cafe says this that excludes the 1939 Tripoli GP didn't take any titles, but say, yeah, could you just explain that? Why is the 1939 triple-A GP excluded please? Oh, the 9 to 39 Tripoli Grand Prix is one of my favorite motor sports. Of course it is. It's absolutely brilliant. So very basically, obviously, the Germans by which I mean Mercedes and also winning everything Grand Prix racing in the 1930s. And the Italians were pretty hacked off about it. And they had concentrated their efforts in racing, which was effectively formula two, if you like. And Tripoli was an Italian Connolly, colony, and they decided somewhere between 6 and 8 months beforehand that the Tripoli Grand Prix which had always been for full on Grand Prix cars would be run to watch yet races. The idea being that the Mercedes Benz also Indian teams wouldn't bother building a car. They didn't have a car and the Italians probably with the air from air one 5 8, which was brand new at the time, would rock up and win. Mercedes in total secrecy went, well, we're not in that and built two, one and a half liter supercharged cars for specifically for the race. One of them was finished on the boat to the track. They rocked up and finished first and second against 30 odd Italian cars. It's just one of my favorite stories of an organized to try and screw over a team and the team just going. Nope, not having that. We're still going to be better. Can you imagine the expense and effort to develop two new model just for the sake of making a point? I just think it's absolutely fantastic story. And Lang was the language that driver at the one. So it was a major race, and I think it was a fantastic story, but it doesn't count in his Grand Prix wins because it wasn't for Grand Prix cars, if that makes sense. Going back to what Matt was saying earlier about the First World War, if he once he sorted out what the world would be like without the first order or he can move on to the world would be like without the second and in most racing terms, Herman Lang is the big loss, the loses out the most. He's got a great story. He starts off as a mechanic on fagioli's car. He's far more level headed than fagioli. He proves he's worth in various tests, gets a few chances in cars very, very good at high speed venues. He won the Avis renin in a special streamlined version of the Mercedes at over a 160 miles an hour. So that is faster than any world championship Gordon Prix. Still. And that was back in 1937. So he's very gone and fast circuits. And I would say by 1939, he is he becomes the best Mercedes driver. And there was actually some debate at the time, was he European champion, because under the previous points going system, he wasn't, but there had been a news system proposed in 1939. He was. Germany and Mercedes decided that he was therefore champion. But it was never officially recognized because the Second World War got in the way. So he was definitely the best driver of the 1939, whether he was champion or not open to debate. And then of course he loses the best years of what would have been his career. Because of the second world, and he did come back afterwards, didn't really do much in single seaters. I did win LeMond with Mercedes. Absolutely brilliant driver. I think he's up there. If you're having a debate about the greatest 1930s, Grand Prix drivers, it's probably Matt's friend nuvolari, Karachi, burnt rose might also and Herman Lang. So it absolutely topped all driver just as war broke out. Well, I think we can fairly safety say that that's a position that Matt, we know you are not disagreeing with too many of these places. I think it's fairly solid case there for Lang at number four. Let's move on to the driver at number three, want to Formula One's most famous names. It's one Manuel Fangio. Drove from Mercedes in Formula.
"mercedes" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"But sort of technically a poll in Monaco and his star performance in Canada in 2011, not enough to get him in this list Kev. Not quite. I mean, there were two drivers that George Russell wasn't one of them. I don't think you can put someone in this like this on the basis of while outing. And let's not forget, although he could have won that race, he was out qualified by Valtteri Bottas as well. So it wasn't a complete dominant weekend. He was right with Bottas. It was around qualifying. We expect him to be better than Bottas, right? And to be ahead of him on this list in a couple of years time. So in that context, that race will become less significant over time, I think. But yeah, the two candidates are for number ten other than faggioli where Mark Schumacher and Richard seaman that pre war England the best pre war English driver. Seaman doesn't get in because really he won the one race, which was slightly fortunate because his teammate caught fire in the pits. And he was still, he was really becoming a good driver, a great driver when he was killed at spa the following year. So he doesn't quite make the list on that. Whereas Mark Schumacher's problem is the other way around. I think that if you're Mark Schumacher fam, are you pleased that he came back for those three years? I'm not sure that he did it would be harsh to judge him on that. As his whole career, because I think the motorcycle accidentally had between retiring from Friday O 6 and coming back in 2010 was more significant than perhaps people realized at the time, he also missed three whole seasons, the rules changed in that time. But ultimately, you know, he wasn't as good as Nico Rosberg, who wasn't as good as Lewis Hamilton. How key was he to building that team up? I'm not entirely convinced that he was, and you can see a big step up actually in their competitiveness when Lewis Hamilton joined the 2013. So it was very close, but if we're comparing with, he actually has some similarities because they both have those sort of three years stints at Mercedes both as Mercedes came back in as a constructor. So Mercedes problem in 1934 was that it didn't have a top line driver, Rudolph correct shoulder of the obvious one, but he was still injured from his Monaco crash, so they weren't sure that they could run on him and Manfred von brauchitsch was still too much to inexperience really. Fagioli was an established top line he had one Grand Prix for Maserati and Al from Io. And so he was the kind of Mercedes let's hire a Top Gun. And he did do that job. He did win races, which marks the macros he didn't do in his second coming. The reason he isn't any higher on the list this list because fagioli actually fascio actually was someone who was a top liner in the pre war days. He just couldn't play the game with Mercedes. He fell out with Alfred norbert was a very fiery Italian versus a very organized German team. He felt that crack Yoda was getting preferential treatment. There's even there's even an example of him stopping a perfectly healthy car and walking away when he felt the team orders weren't going in his favor in the middle of the Belgian Grand Prix. Very fiery character didn't really fit into the Mercedes mold. So that's why he couldn't really be any higher on this list. But by the same token, he did come and he did win races and he was a FrontRunner. So Connor thought we had to be there. But he couldn't really be any higher. I mean, that's a pretty good care if that's a key back in his place, not for not for the first time. But let's move on to driver at number 9. We're staying in the pre war era. This list is really testing my inability to pronounce people's names and surnames, which is ironic really considering my surname but there we go. And number 9 is Manfred von brauchitsch, as you said, Kev, is Mercedes ears 1934 to 1939, one three times three major Mercedes Grand Prix wins, no titles. Kev, why is one brought it at number 9? So for me, he's almost like the Mercedes Mercedes number two for this period. So I don't think he ever really. I mean, there were days where he was as quick as the team leaders. And he did win races. He had a particularly good performance at the 1937 Monaco Grand Prix, which was in the W one two 5. So 650 brake horsepower monster of a car on ties that looked like they fit on a bicycle rather than a racing car these days. So yeah, pretty phenomenal performance. So he did have some strong days. And he was very quick, but he tended to be the secondary driver. The backup to your crack show and then the Hermann Lang later on. So wasn't always the luckiest, but a kind of easy in the list because he was a long-term stalwart of the team throughout that period did play the game in a way that fagioli didn't. And probably worth mentioning as well that as Q lights dimension tatsuya nouvelle at every opportunity in these podcasts we've decided. Nuvolari is famous pre war 1935 German Grand Prix win in an outdated Alfa Romeo. I actually only came about because von brauchitsch had a puncture on his leading Mercedes in the closing stages. So although it was a great victory for naval, he did need a bit of luck and it was one round hit you not for the first or last time had a little bit of misfortune on the Mercedes side. So a kind of a loyal lieutenant is what's got him in the list really. Yeah, nothing to disagree with really, but it's just an observation. I would say probably with the exception of obviously Hamilton and rossberg and Fangio moss, Mercedes just really have a good knack at having a number one and it almost designated number two during a sustained period of success and I think as Kev is sort of alluded to. This is another case in point here. Indeed, and that's what's going to make the upcoming 4 million 1 season so fascinating with George Russell, so highly rated going up against the most successful driver is there in the most successful driver of all time in Lewis Hamilton. But let's come on to the driver at number 8 and following on it's another excellent number two driver for Mercedes, although I'm sure he'd be absolutely furious there himself I referred to in such a way. It's Valtteri Bottas, obviously just departed from the Mercedes Benz Formula One scene. Joe from Mercedes between 2017 and 2021 following Nico Rosberg's shock retirement took all of his Grand Prix wins ten victories and of course no titles. Kev, why is Bottas at 8? And why is he ahead of Ron about it if there are sort of similar number two sort of status? I think even more success scored in his Mercedes, let's not forget the Bottas has been part of that can run of all those constructors titles. And in fact, on a separate piece, I've been working on I've sort of compared number two drivers through the years. And as you say, Bottas, hated the wingman tag, didn't he? But the reality was that he was effectively number two to Hamilton. And Bottas, his scores against Hamilton.
Can China Yuan Payment System Offer Russia a Lifeline After Swift Ban?
"Think this through, think what's happening on the international level, we risk China. Setting up a mirror kind of image of swift all on its own. And then what happens? Well, all those activities can continue on. I mean, they've already started. Digital yuan, so who's to say they don't actually follow through with this creation of something else entirely. If you look at the Chinese press, right? What you see is they're already starting to work on this effort. Take it with a grain of salt because this is Chinese propaganda, but there's a story in the South China morning post saying what is China's swift equivalent and could it help Beijing reduce reliance on the U.S. dollar? Well, they've got a system called the cross border interbank payment system, which they launched in October 2015, and nobody's really used it, but now all of a sudden it's become, you know, possibly a go to vehicle. For bad actors like Russia. You know when I've talked about the problem with sanctions before, for example, if you look at North Korea and dear leader there is able to drive around in his latest Mercedes and live the high life while his people starve, why does that happen? It happens because some people are avoiding the sanctions altogether. Some people are doing backdoor deals, even when they tell us that they're going to sanction North Korea, they don't. And when I say some people, I'm talking about the Chinese.
Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Biden Admin Gaslit the Russian Invasion
"But we are witnessing now in Europe, things we thought only our parents and grandparents would ever see and would never happen again. Tanks rolling on the streets of a free, free nation. Matt, your response to the last 36 hours. This never would have happened under president Trump. Bingo. I know that. The Biden administration gas lit this invasion by being so precise about what they would and wouldn't protect. What you understand is a strategist, what Donald Trump understood as a real estate developer is that you never take anything off the table, you never say anything's too certain. You never tell what you're not going to. Exactly. Exactly. Because one thing we know about Vladimir Putin is he will engage right up until the point where he would face kinetic conflict with the United States. He knows he would not survive that. So he's always probing for that threshold right below kinetic conflict. And Jake Sullivan, your favorite Russia host truther. Yes. Came in laid out in Technicolor. What they would and would not do, it showed their whole hand to Putin, Putin played the better hand, unfortunately, than the west, and now, you know, we see something that I think is tragic that will result in a lot of human suffering, but I also fundamentally think this is Europe's problem more than it is the United States
Rep. Matt Gaetz: The Real State of the Union Under Biden Is Exhaustion
"The job you should have done all along. Matt, you're talking directly live to millions of people from places as troubled as California to New York, not just Florida, not just Georgia. I want you to address them directly. People who listen to the show watch newsmax like breitbart, but aren't engaged. Please talk to them directly. What is their role? We know that there are great Americans that live in all of America's states. Even the blue ones. All of America cities, even the ones Democrats have been in control of and have been driving to failure and those people deserve fighters as well because we are one country. We rise and fall together and it's my expectation that we're going to ignite that spirit of patriotism that desire for freedom all over this country places we may be never have seen it before. We've got Joe Biden's State of the Union. Yes. But we know what the real state of our union is exhausted by the state of failure that Joe Biden has put us into. And so what I would say to folks who are activists, get another skill, become more capable. And out of your confidence. Yeah, and if you're just watching hoping that somebody else is going to come and rescue you from this malaise,
Rep. Matt Gaetz: CPAC Is Realigning What Conservatism Means
"mercedes" Discussed on CarCast
"It's an interesting technology to do it. What have you just type in Subaru anti rollback? Anti rollback clutch 70s or something? Something like that. Yeah, because now we do it all with the break, right? So we do the clutch and gas. And the car holds the break for a little bit. But now because we can use electronics to apply brake pressure, it seems a lot easier to do. And it seems like everything has it. But speaking of manual transmissions, when we went to Monterey and Acura tease a new Integra coming out, their latest teaser shows a manual transmission. So an optional manual in the Integra, which everybody obviously loved the idea blowing up the Internet saying, oh, new Integra's cool new Integra with a stick is cool. Well, again, you know, as we've kind of discussed, I think people like the stick to a degree, but they are also check and bring a trailer and seeing what the manual M three E 46 M three S are bringing versus the SMG. And just in general, an old Aston Martin, something of that nature, the stick is quite fetch is quite a premium over the automatic. So I think people are kind of looking at it as well. It's not a grocery getter. It's not an everyday driver. I'm probably not going to live in LA and drive a stick all day every day. But I'll get it. It'll be nice investment for down the road. And you mentioned Leno how many times is Leno, we've been over there and he's like, yeah, you know, it's faster with the paddle, but I like it with the stick. I just like to run care. Max pad I wrote hill holder, yeah, that sounds about. Sounds like what I'm describing. Yeah. I knew they have to give it some euphemistic title. It wasn't just hail hugger. Yeah, something. Yeah. Probably the Subaru hill holder. It was probably, you know, announced in 1976 or something. And it's a clutch. You just push in it lets out on its own. I think. In 84, but a lot of other companies have. And so recently, too, so the late 2010s. Really? Yeah. You got to see kind of how it worked if there was any description of how it worked. I know you're looking into it. But kind of weird on the clutch side. So it's a device that holds the brake until the clutch is at the friction point making it easier to start uphill from the stationary and manual transmission and automatic transmission automobiles. He'll hold her works by holding the brake in position while the driver sets up and activates the first gear to move the car forward from a complete stop without fear of rollback. So it holds the brake. That's what you would do. But somehow it's wonder how it's doing it back then. Yeah, first introduced in 1936 as an option for the studebaker president. How do they apply the brake hydraulically? Cat got like everything was just everything was just mechanical. The break in the studebaker probably wasn't hydraulic. I'm sure the brake had the brake probably on a cable. Probably held together with horsehair. Some sort of some sort of animal skin. Like a strap around a wheel and a flies tension to the strap. Well, let's talk about the Mercedes eqs. I think I just saw commercial for this car. So we have to decide if this is a good-looking car or not. That's the first thing. So Mercedes is getting into the EV game. I believe they have an EV version of the S class, but this is a clean sheet of paper kind of stand alone car. Very swoopy, kind of plain looking, but. Like when Mercedes has been doing, this is the Pinnacle of luxury and technology. First of all, the interior the interior dash looks like a giant screen. I think it's three screens combined, but it's 50, I don't know, 56, 56 inches across. It's just all screen to control everything you can imagine. I kind of like that there are different layouts and options and be able to move things around on the screens as opposed to no gauges in front of you and then just a big screen. This is the advanced version of that technology, but still with gages and stuff in it. So kind of a kind of a cool look. I believe all the bits you'd expect from Mercedes with air ride suspension and it's fast, but it's not the fastest thing out there, presumably because they'll have an AMG version at some point. What do you think they retail at? Sticker. I want to say the two versions, there's some eqs four 50 and an eqs 5 80 and I want to say a 107 start and like a 119 start for the two vehicles in the range. It's got to look like a passat. Yeah, kind of like that. But Mercedes is smart because they got that big light up emblem in the front now. Yeah, right. So you can kind of shape it any way you want as long as you got the big Mercedes light up emblem in the front. About three 50 range. I'm sure there's different configurations for it. And I want to say they are like the two versions are zero to 60 in 5.9 and like a 4.1. That sounds about right. So I mean, they're not they're not slow by any means. There's a 329 horsepower version, and then a 516 horsepower. All electric. Yeah, 631 pound feet of torque. So zero to 60 in 4.1 seconds. Which seems incredibly fast to me, but maybe not when you get into the world of S plaid and I can't turbo S, but yeah. Yeah, that's fine. But an AMG version is probably going to come down the line and they're going to be all electric. All electric. 50 range. We're still hovering around that, three 50, by the way, is at the high end of the EV world other than what lucid is claiming. What's a lucid climbing? Up to 5 20. Wow. And who's lucid? Lucid is a new car company. Yeah. It is. They have a luxury sedan. The whole thing about the whole thing about the range is it's about the range, but it's also about the speed of charging. You know, if you can get that speed of charging down a little bit, that would be that would be a good thing. Yeah, so the lucid is the one that everybody says looks like RoboCop's helmet. Right. Yeah, the reality is I now plug in my Lincoln. Yeah. And I'm just, I just plug it into one ten and just sort of leave it overnight and you get like 19 miles or something out of it. But if you plug it in and you come back two hours later, you get two miles. Yeah. You know, it's really about that'd be nice to come in, plug it in for two hours and go back out and have 20 miles on it. That's really kind of the stumbling point. And I don't know that anyone is wrapped their head around that one. It's not something they drill down too much on. When you put the charger in your garage, like your Tesla charger that you have at the house. I don't know how quickly it gives you, but everyone's doing this like, hey, within a couple of hours, we'll get you up to about 80% charge..
"mercedes" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"I was always pushing for curvy. Women in general Not really geared towards towards the size. So when i started. I said It would be for all women. But then i kind of felt like all women. Don't need this plus size women this curvy. Women need this. So i started to focus on size. Eight to twenty eight But i do we do customs so you know we don't we. Obviously don't discriminate On any any size we will. You know service all sizes so yeah so for those listening that maybe not familiar with your brand. Tell us the type of clothing that you carry. 'cause is it mostly after five former where Well yeah so. I originally started doing Gowns and dresses For events Which has been popular like on here in hollywood because there are a lot of red carpet events. Let's there. My dresses are very extravagant But i i have recently launched Ready to wear line I have some suits. I have lounge. Wear recently launched some bags and purses Kind of like clutches. 'cause i i would find that when i would look for a clutch that goes around my waist. I couldn't find one that fit me right or that. You know the the sometimes the purse itself wasn't enough space to put my stuff. So i made it bigger for you know for curvy women and we just recently launched it about a month ago So yes. I have other things as well A couple of jackets as well outerwear so. Yeah we've branched off into other elements not just Gowns and what do you think makes melissa mercedes brand stand out from the competitors I mean i would say that. I first of all it's created by a woman four women You know by it's created by a curvy woman for curvy women and plus size women and I think you know the the background of just how i got started. You know it's just kind of cater to to demographics demographic that was missing and in need and so it's just i think what makes it special is just the fact that it's authentically. Just you know grow made just for for women and for By someone who's had felt the struggles and gone through the experiences of knowing what it feels like to not find What you're looking for in those fitting room and the crushing feeling that you feel So yeah i think. That's what makes it special and just the fact that it's made for you know kirby women from eight to twenty eight and.
"mercedes" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show
"That will be sold on the retailer site in twenty twenty two. Melissa mercedes is also a twenty twenty one outstanding female designer nominee at the virtual full figure industry awards happening november. Six and we are so excited to speak with her today. Let's welcome melissa to the show. Hi hi how are you today. I'm good how you doing in la. The weather good out there. I'm going well. Yes the weather is fantastic. I cannot complain about the weather right. So let's start from the beginning. Because i read that it wasn't your life goal to even be in the fashion industry that all of this started for you out of a necessity of not finding address. Tell us about how they came about. Yeah so I went to school for counseling. And i was at a mental health facility and i was working with teens that What kind of sense was just needed. A little guidance and i was in charge of helping them Get job interviews and just prepping them for the job World and so at that time some designers would send us a suits. Like i know ralph. Lauren was one of them and they would send the suits that we would. They would donate so that we can Kind of give confidence to these underprivileged kids and just teach them how to dress for a job interview and once. I started doing that and i just realized how much i loved getting people that confidence and i would just see how people transform and i've always been fashioned lover My grandmother is actually a designer her sisters designer so i grew up You know kind of like around it. And i always knew i enjoyed it but i didn't know that i had it in me to actually do it And so years later. I was invited to The grammys because once i started Styling the kids and helping them and seeing the confidence. I wanted to turn it into a career so i started a styling company and i was invited to. The lion. grammys. With start with an artist that i had dressed and so Since i was invited i couldn't find anything to wear and i went everywhere. Just trying to find something that was sexy and cool but still classy. And i everything.
"mercedes" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor
"Like let's just about of this house and let's just you like new and i each get a condo down straight. Talk exactly that thing is you can't like you can't go by my dad. That by the way that all my life gone so that means that they'll maybe that does apply maybe apply to friendship and maybe a by two best friends because if you have trivia if you have such an intimate like it's like your best best friend is like your family and then they go backwards. It feels like that kind of betrayal where it's like. I can never get back to where it was with you. And if we can't fully get back there. I can't do this. Yeah i totally feel that. Because it's like you said you clearly. We cannot make a black or white statement. You've become gray because that works right because it's not matured to always be black and white so you cannot put the category of your friends in one box right right right exactly. so so. what's our conclusion i. I actually agree with that. It's case by case just is it. There's some friends. I will tolerate such crap from and it's like whatever and there's some people who can destroy in shatter my soul and i don't know why because it's good for them and you give them like Kid gloves like you'll you'll live. La feel sorry for certain friends. Like oh honey. He just doesn't have the emotional capacity. We just have to like put on our kid gloves and let it slide too late and you're like where the fuck of human interest we're our friendship. That's the thing though you know what it is to you for me. I think what it is is. If i have to handle you with kid gloves then you have to handle me with kid gloves. That's how it works. It's always like i was really mad at somebody. And i was like waiting for them to come for me and i was so ready to be like if you can't take it. Don't dish it like. That's the thing it's like..
Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton & Max Verstappen Collide; Daniel Ricciardo Wins
"Down. Your record has won the italian grand prix fast victory in three years. I'm the fast victory for mclaren in nine years. It was mclaren one or two for the team with landowners. Taking second spot on the podium and vow batas taking thaad doctrine excellent comeback from about degrade me. It was a disastrous day to the top contenders with max stopping and lewis hamilton clutching the red woolcott. Winding up on top of the mercedes and as a result neither driver finishing the rice. Max and has since been penalized for the accident. Receiving three place grid penalty and two penalty points on his licence.
Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint
"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.
Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report
"Asked me stop for one second sprint qualifying race experiment from fast place ahead of lewis hamilton. As mercedes dominated. Friday evening qualify at the italian grand prix. Hamilton's taizhou rival. Max chapman qualified fad for the sprint race. Which was set on base for on regret but finish my office seconds adrift of batas within benefiting from a newly fitted fresh engine for the weekend. Which will require him to solve a grid penalty for sunday's grand prix. Norris finish bull faucets funded by teammate. Daniel recall doing faith and guiseley in sixth call. Assigns union made a late improvement. Jump ahead of ferrari. Teammate shall apply and key three with like grappling with an intimate engine braking problem throughout key one and key to sanjay paris qualified. Pay nine in his red bull. While amaze antonio juvenile sea made it through to q three for the second consecutive race this time on home soil with the italian driver rounding out the top
Peppa Pig Trolls Kanye West on Twitter Over Mediocre Pitchfork Review
"A since deleted tweets should've left it up there. Pippa pippa said well. This is about a hiring whatever. A higher album review score from pitch fork dot com on her new album over kenya's and in the tweets. Pepe pepe said pepe didn't need to to host listening parties in mercedes benz stadium. Get that five sweeper. How dash wow because you use new album. Donde had been given a six point. Zero while pepper's adventures got six point. Five holy cow. Connie only six point zero. One that from pitchfork is what it
Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Drummer Dies at 80
"No word. What Charlie Watts. Death will mean for the Rolling Stones Upcoming tour. The band isn't saying the Stones previously announced Watts would not be part of the no filter tour because of his health. He died Tuesday at a hospital in London Watch was 80 The Stone Show in Atlanta's November 11th Mercedes Been
Mercedes reveals Luxurious new S-class EV
"Aerodynamic car in the world is also electric and a Mercedes. The Mercedes Benz E Q. S. Has a drag coefficient of 0.0.2 besting competitors like the Tesla Model s and the Lucid air, freelance auto journalist Roberto Baldwin said. There's one simple reason for that. They wouldn't give us a target, but I think Targeting 400 miles and to get that they need, you know, you gotta you gotta pull down that drag coefficient. He also says the range helps Mercedes position the U. S. As an alternative to its gas powered flagship, The s class CS class owner's not going to be happy with 200 miles. You know, a lot of us are, you know 202 150 Miles. I think that's fine for everyone. But if you're an s class owner, you're paying a lot of money. And you're you're expecting the best of the best. The EQ s can be optioned with dual electric motors and what Mercedes calls hyper screen in place of the dash. Board. Plus because of that electric powertrain, Of course, you get the warm, fuzzy feelings of of saving the environment with tech
"mercedes" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"And and it just it's such a it was such even though i knew it was coming. It's still hit me really hard particularly because i mean talking about cast mary-louise parker hello. I love her. Yeah i was very impressed with the quality of the show. And i know you mentioned a few production things but i think for the cast they were able to get. And you know. This isn't something that necessarily feels like a law and order even though it is very much about law and order in a sense but it's not quite that procedural drama despite having all of those elements and you get even more into that kind of feeling with season but in season one. It's really this mystery. Drama kind of thing. And you know when i first heard about the bill. Hodges trilogy and that it was going to be sort of kings big detective work. I was a little hesitant. Because i was like okay. I at that point. Had it read the hard case. Crime stuff when i heard about the trilogy coming out and the show so i wasn't entirely sold on it and because this was on audience network. I didn't bother watching it until you know you. And i were discussing it for the podcast so i went into this not really having any sort of expectations. Not really knowing what the quality was going to be like. Because i had never watched anything on. At and t. Audience network. And i think even with some of the things they do production-wise and some of the big changes they make from the books. They still make it. So that at its core. You feel for bill. It pushes him towards holly. And you find holly sort of endearing. Even though she's constantly awkward care social skills are definitely not something to aspire to. But then you have you know. Drome who maybe. We don't connect with quite as much in this as we did. In the books you really end up loving and then you really really really end up hating brady. And i think that's kind of exactly how you want to feel about all of these characters. And because of janey staff you connect with her but at the same time you kind of feel the way bill does or at least i did where you definitely feel that. She was taken away too soon. Yeah and i. I think the casting of mary. Louise parker in that role. Plays into that where it's like. She's a big name. I mean th. This is a castle of big names but like she is a big name. She her you know she was on weeds. She has like hurt the kind of built in audience. And so the fact that if you don't know how the story is gonna unfold. The fact that she is in here gets introducing the second episode and then by the before the seasons up. She's she's gone. It really does hit hard. And i also wanted to point out as well you. You mentioned this audience network aspect of it. And i was in the same boat. I don't i unless you have. I think it was like dish or. At and t. If as a service you don't get audience in the in the states. I think it was played elsewhere outside of the united states. But like if you were here in the united states and you didn't have audience you weren't watching this show and so it was sort of like a a nonentity for me because i never had the opportunity to watch it until you know audience went away and then peacock picked it up so i also was unsure what the quality was going to be but they have not even just in front of the camera but behind it too. Because you have jack bender directing the episodes and he's was involved with lost. You have dennis lane. The mystery writer who wrote mystic mystic river and gone gone baby gone. I think it was called and shutter island so he's written some of the episodes and i think he wrote probably the my favorite episode of this of the season. So you there's so much talent you can see that the money that actually went into to make this a successful thing. It's just a shame that not as many people had access to audience. Yeah it's one of those adaptations where i'm like It's very interesting that this is the place that pick this up and had the rights and everything because a lot of what we're seeing lately is these big streaming platforms picking up a lot of that applications. You know with. Hbo you have the outsider. You have castlerock on hulu. You have lee story on apple. Tv plus all of which are very easy to access more often than not have free trials whereas with audience. It's like you had to have cable to get it. Which i feel like hindered. How many people like you said we're able to watch this. And now that i've watched the first two seasons. That really feels unfortunate. I personally bought. Like i think i have the dvd set for season one. And then they were like. Oh now that you bought this. We're going to release it on. Blu ray i was like oh thank you kind of you so then. I have the blu ray for season two and three because i waited longer. Yeah and and if you if you're out there you wanna watch it. It's streaming on peacock. So yeah nowadays which is great. Hopefully more people will watch it then and you know. Hopefully if you're listening to this you have watched it or you. Don't care about it being spoiled. But terry i do want to discuss some of the big changes aside from barbara that they made in this. Because brady's sort of final act in this season doesn't feel as big because it's at a much smaller venue you know it's at this sort of art exhibit rec center opening kind of thing and it's outdoors. It's not a super super big place. It's just kind of like. I like i said your neighborhood rec center place whereas in the book his big bombing plan is going to happen at a sold out concert for this boy band whose name i can't remember 'cause it was definitely made up and not a real life. Yeah i i think that that might be a case of a money issues because it definitely felt very small in this case and i it had been. It'd been a long time since. I read mr basijis. I i read that when i came out. So we're talking. Years ago. That i i read it and i had to go back to the kapiti. I remember this being a bit of a bigger thing. And i'm watching this. I'm like okay. You have a spoken word artist. You have a harpist violinist. I think it was planned. I'm like this isn't a statement. You're not making a big statement with this particular thing. In in comparison to the book and in comparison to the event that set off this entire string violence it feel. It felt a bit muted once we got to the end and i think that was probably my disappointment is the the way. It kinda just unfolded at this at the end. Just sort of kind of fizzled in my in my opinion compared to the more climactic ending of the book..
Kanye Is Moving to a Different Stadium to Finish Donda Album
"His highly anticipated album, donde miracles. On Monday, K C. Announced via Twitter that he and Kanye moving to a different stadium to put the finishing touches on the project. It's unclear where the Chicago rapper is moving to this after Kanye has been working on the new album at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, alongside longtime producing and engineering collaborator Mike Dean. The album is reportedly scheduled to drop on August 15 Good to know. Yeah. Are you looking at pricing when it comes to your kids
Charlie Watts, 80, drops out of Rolling Stones U.S. tour due to surgery
"A When the Rolling Stones roll into Atlanta this fall, they're going to be a stone short. Charlie Watts has undergone successful emergency surgery following what's described as a routine Physical stones. Drummer is 80 and will be replaced by Steve Jordan. The No filter tour plays Mercedes Benz Stadium November
H.E.A.L.-ING Happens Historically- Evole Sis! Evolve Bro! - burst 06
"I know for fact working. We were baby boomers were card to give their children what they did not have now bear in mind. I was born before civil rights. So i could see you know. See the differences. But i think that nowadays and i think i blame baby boomers sport. They gave their children more than what they needed. And the thing of it is what they really need. It was to be loved. They needed to be instructed on and taught on how to love him cells and educate themselves and compete. Because they will just as good as the next person so some of that blame lies on the baby boomers because we wanted our children have what we did not have no. They're so good. I heard a quote literally this weekend. I'm gonna credit my pastor. He did say but it was credited by the founder of dubai and he went and said that basically that his gra- the founder of dubai was in article and we know dubai's their progressive country. And someone asked him about his. You know his heritage. And i think my past quote him saying that His great grandfather wrote his grandfather wrote a camel. His father wrote a camel. He rides a mercedes. His son rise a land rover and his grand sunrise. Alert will ride a land rover but his great grandson will ride a camel and when they asked him. Why do you think you're great grandson. We'll be back on a camel and he said because sh- hard times make strong mean strongmen make easy times easy. Tom's make week mean week may make difficult time and i feel like that's the cycle. Were in our parents. Did so much to make our lives easier but in doing that it actually creates owes a space for us to make ourselves weaker. And we're not able to fight those battles that are parrot heads of bite. Invest so important. Yeah yeah and and i agree totally i.
Kanye West and JAY-Z Reunite on New Album 'DONDA'
"Back again. I use Mom back against the wall. Never cut on. Y'all Never turn on your always kind of God. Kanye West's new album is out Now. Donda is his highly anticipated follow up to the 2019 album. Jesus is King, and it was revealed last night at a listening party at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta. At the end of the night, West surprised fans by bringing out Jay Z, whose on one of the tracks fans had previously thought there was still drama between the two, but it appears that's been
White Sox Slugger Yermin Mercedes Might Be Considering Retirement
"You're me Mercedes today to on his Instagram page has scrubbed all the White Sox pictures. And he has a a story on there that says Retiro, and it's a picture of the thinking emoji. So it sort of makes you think that he's pondering retirement. Wonder if the White Sox know about this. If he's looking for attention, Or maybe it's a little of
"mercedes" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manica all month. Were celebrating pride. Today's queer icon was a remarkable poet. Playwright and legendary costume designer known for her old fashioned sense and commitment to writing. Strong fam- roles. This daring advocate. Never shied away from tackling taboo topics. Let's talk about mercedes costa Mercedes da costa was born on march first eighteen ninety two in new york city to wealthy spanish immigrant parents as the youngest of eight children mercedes enjoyed freedoms. Many other girls did not. She wore boys clothes and she did boys activities until she was seven. She actually thought she'd been born a boy. At first mercedes parents gave her free rein letting her do whatever she wanted. But as mercedes became a teenager her parents support waned according to them. It was time for her to embrace a more traditional kind of feminity so they sent her to a convent. School in manhattan mercedes loathed. Her experience at the convent and soon began planning her escape before she successfully ran away. Mercedes told one of the nuns that she was neither a boy or girl mercedes said that she was maybe both and because she didn't know the difference she would not fit anywhere on earth. As a young adult mercedes became known throughout new york for her eccentric gender fluid style she would often pair amend suit cape and try corn hat with red lips a powdered white and short hair actress. Talulah bankhead who covered previously and with who mercedes reportedly had a brief affair. Dubbed mercedes countess dracula mercedes was as famous for her affairs as she was for her creative work if not at times more so as alice tokala set of her. Say what you will about mercedes costa. She's had the most important women of the twentieth century. Surprisingly one thousand nine hundred twenty mercedes married painter. Abram pool mercedes later recalled that she couldn't make up her mind and was in a strange turmoil about sex suffrage and her inner spiritual development in nineteen twenty seven mercedes published her most famous play jacob slovak which dealt with anti-semitism. The play was a hit on broadway and was deeply codified with queer references. Though the work was well received mercedes believed that because she was with a woman and from a wealthy family critics would never take her seriously in the nineteen thirties. Mercedes made her way to hollywood. Met actress credit garbo. For the next fifteen years mercedes and greta would have a passionate and turbulent relationship in nineteen thirty two mercedes wrote a screenplay draft for greta. Mgm executive irving. Thalberg axed the project. Because greta would spend the entire film dressed as a man. Whenever mercedes and greta fought in their relationship mercedes would return to her. Other lovers including marlene dietrich. In one thousand nine hundred sixty mercedes became seriously ill in need of money. She published her memoir. Here lies the heart though. The book never explicitly mentioned homosexuality. It alluded to relationships with women. She named his friends. Some of mercedes former lovers felt outed including eva. like elian and greta garbo. Both women cut ties with mercedes claiming she was a liar on may ninth. Nineteen sixty eight mercedes passed away in her two room. Flat in manhattan. She died in poverty and with little recognition. It was only after her letters. Poems and plays were rediscovered by queer youth. That mercedes became recognized as an important contributor to clear history today. Her memoir is considered a quintessential text of american lgbtq. I a history all month. Were celebrating cried for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manteca weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia. A manteca special things to lose kaplan favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow a high. It's jenny i'm so excited to tell you about a new wonder media network show called gravity. It's been a year of unthinkable loss and hardship. In light of this comes gravity. A show about what happens when we look at hardship differently host. Lucy kalaniiki is a physician widow mother and incredible interviewer who explores life's challenges with guests to frame them differently in conversation. Lucy and her guests share the wisdom. That helped them survive their hardest moments. Gravity is a full hearted and honest deep dive into everything that's hardship and all its messiness resilience and hope subscribe and follow gravity. Wherever you get your podcasts..
"mercedes" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"I love entertainment. I love entertainers. Who can act. Because they're lowering this character. Speak for them. I love dancers because they're allowing the choreography to be their voice. And so i'm a huge proponent of understand they the is one of the many ways you can allow that voice to come out and show up for me being a logical person i needed. Mbr because i would not. I would not go into my emotions. Because i felt it too much. I i was like it's to. I'll just be smart. It's got to be pretty far. But after a while. Especially once i got away from my family i realized i got these motions. I really gotta deal with them because it was starting to come up in. My marriage was starting to come up in some other things. This is me but it is me and it's a part of me that i won't accept acknowledge talk to because it's so intense and so just on that i kind of just kept it over. They are knowing. This is me mercedes but gotta deal with it and so am. Dr gave safe container to begin to deal with it in a way that my brain could access and understand and allow for again. Todd i think this might you might like it because it is logical even build a process..
"mercedes" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Coming up on show nine sixty eight we got a new car revealed spoke about. These are always the most exciting podcasts. Because there's a whole brand new car that's coming soon but you'll be able to buy if you want to. And now we get to delve into the details. Finally announced mercedes-benz eq- to fifty also the show. Today we will take a quick look at an entry level. Porsche tycoon cheap. One yeah how many tycoons can be described as she. Vw released their pricing for the iv. four in china. holy moly..
"mercedes" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"I think I'll send you the exact link. On instagram just Atlema, La. Musique I am DM friendly. So I'm happy to accept the. I know some people are weird about that. But I'm very active on their I do a lot of instagram stories, and then I also have a patriotic community that I've been building over the last two and a half years. For anybody that doesn't know on is A. I don't know I don't really like to use the word crowdfunding bid. It's a platform where you can donate to support independent. creatives or content makers that you like, and they often offer bonus content which I offer quite a bit of bonus content. So the first Monday of every month is a an exclusive to patriotic podcast episode. I do a private video there every months and I do live streams, every Friday mornings. I'm very active over there and I chose to go on patriotic because there was kind of this fork in the road for me where all bloggers were starting to take on a ton of sponsored work and get paid to post something get paid to make a video about something. And I just really didn't WanNa do that it. It felt like it was corrupting the journalistic bend that I feel like I've always had towards this world So patriotic was my choice to raise funds to invest back into the podcast and most of the podcastone to editor for my podcast. I'm happy to support him. He's wonderful, and then you know equipment upgrades and doing this kind of work obviously take some resources. So it just turned into a very wonderful community that I'm super thankful for. So those are kind of all the main ways to find me. tastic. Ladies. Out. Mercedes were ever. You can find her on all of those platforms definitely check out her patriae on. Your purpose is beauty podcast. It's. Just, the title alone drew to the PODCAST I. Don't know if you've read Stacey Eldridge's book it's called captivating. And it's it has to do with A. Christian bent to it, but it's basically about a divine femininity. And in that book, she says that God basically created women expressly as a reflection of beauty and so when I when I saw that title, I, went. Oh my gosh, this lady gets it, and so I, tuned in and yes, you have amazing podcast and all you listeners out there. Tune in to Mercedes podcast is fantastic. So Mercedes. Thank you so much for taking the time. I appreciate you bringing more of this wonderful content into the world. Thank you, I, really appreciate having me. Didn't. Say it again, I love the title of Mercedes podcast, your purposes beauty. You say that again, your purpose is beauty. The good Lord puts you on this planet for a purpose and you are meant to be seen. You are perfectly imperfect, but you are a divine creation, a reflection of the Almighty. Means you. Are. Beautiful. Your purpose is beauty. So, check out Mercedes podcast. It's got a lot of good resources therefore you. Tune. And? Have Fun with it. Enjoy it interact with her. She is such a bright spirit and I'm so glad that she took the time to chat with us so..
"mercedes" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Today's guest is Mercedes Lisin. Mercedes. Thank you so much for taking the time to be on this podcast. You have a podcast called. Your purpose is beauty can be found on your website over L-, more. Ella. Music, DOT com. I wanted to talk to you about this because. Your podcast. Oh, my gosh, it's such a beautiful podcast. Gosh. Thank you. It's one of those shows I tuned in and. Your Voice on that are cast is just so soothing. But at the same time, you're talking about a wide array of subjects that I felt like my listeners would really gel with you're talking about alternative health. You're talking about beauty product. You're talking about. Different sociological things you're talking about house music I am. Yes. I'm very lactic person. So. How did you kind of come into this? Did this sort of? Choose you or did you sort of choose this profession herself? There's a lot to unpack there. So the podcast is really an outgrowth of work that I have been doing <hes> since two thousand fourteen when I started a youtube channel and the impetus for that goes back, even a little bit further. I was having some health challenges around two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. So my my into holistic health and wellness is probably that unique. Unique I feel like a lot of people come into <hes>. Those proclivities <hes> with some sort of health challenge which I had, and at the time I was really kind of unsatisfied with the directions that Western medicine was gonNA take and trying to get a diagnosis. So <hes> kind of divine timing on my side. I ended up starting to see an acupuncturist with no real. Background acupuncture I didn't know much about it. It was a friend of a friend and it basically sort of changed my life, which is why I was so excited to hear from you as an acupuncturist because that was really the beginning of my journey into this whole world. So in addition to acupuncture over ten years ago at this point solving might acute health problem. It also instigated as deeper awakening. How just <hes>? What I can do to engender vibrant house in a sustainable way and I have actually had a very longstanding interest in beauty released since childhood. And I was kind of having this bigger awakening about what my life looked like in lifestyle choices. A lot of that started to coalesce around <hes> personal care products in and beauty. So at the time, I was getting into this. This is now like twenty, ten to twenty twelve. There was like a very nascent community of green beauty bloggers, Emin youtubers, and the Internet was I always talk about how different the Internet was back. Then it was just a very different space and blogging in Youtube is. Not, what it is today with rampant influence or marketing and things like that is really this very <hes>, intimate and <hes> helpful community of very like minded and passionate people. So I started learning about <hes>, all of the problems with a lot of conventional personal care products, and there were these like very small niche fatigues that were opening up mostly online at the time. And I basically just kind of fell in love with this world of Artisanal handcrafted luxury beauty products in the realms skin care makeup body care, and I was also getting very deep into the Youtube Beauty, community? which was like a whole, a whole thing at the time, this is all going on when I was in graduate school as well. So this was sort of my creative outlet at the time and I am someone that has always needed a lot of creative to balance the hyper academic backgrounds that I come from. And I just saw there were not a lot of people that were making content <hes>. There were a lot of people making beauty content. There weren't a lot of people making videos specifically about organic judy products or clean green. Whatever you. WanNa call it has so many labels. So I had graduated am I earned my PhD in twenty thirteen and in the spring of twenty four team decided to just take the plunge and start recording videos on my I really had no idea how to edit video footage or. How did you any of it? Really, but it was sort of a very soup to nuts process of teaching myself in building <hes> kind of a blogger presence for myself through youtube and blogging to some extent. And <hes>. Yeah. Fast forward. Now, six years I decided that I wanted to add a podcast to my suite of offerings mostly because I have benefited so much from podcasts and I think that there's such an accessible way for. People to consume content and learn and it my my appreciation for podcasts went to this whole other level when I had a baby in November of twenty eighteen. So I'm the mother to amazing twenty month old little boy. But as anyone that has had to be will know you need to be hands free all the time and you get nap trapped I them and you're laying with them for long periods of time and it can be very idle time. So I mean podcasts have just been my companion really on long stroller walks on vk bedtime. Even doing just mundane chores around the. House. And yet. Again, I found that there was not a lot of people in the beauty space podcasting about things that I am interested in personally and listening to
"mercedes" Discussed on The Get Foxy Show
"Can tap into your innate femininity and cultivate that unique personal power that I call your Inner Fox. You're listening to this show because you are likely looking to have impact on your world. You're probably that kind of person. Whether that's having an impact on your friends or family your business or your intimate relationships. So this is the right place because when you're feeling Foxy, you've got that power to. The. Amazing Entrepreneur Mother wife or lover that you are. Now, this is your first time listening to the show. Thank you again so much for tuning in I appreciate you. Actually I appreciate everybody who listens to the show. Yes, feel free. Pretty check out our facebook page. Just do a search for the box. He show or check out our website over to get foxy show dot com, and if you like what we're doing here and you've been tune in for awhile, check us out over on patriotic DOT COM. Become a Vopin east of VIP and get some insider rewards and a and a little sneak peek at what goes on inside. My show process. Good News, Y'all we finally got on. Pandora. So the show is now found on Pandora. If you're a Pandora subscriber, you can find us there otherwise like spotify. You can find us there. If you like IHEART radio, you can find us there or if you like apple podcasts or Google podcasts boy, we're getting to be all over the place and it's a beautiful thing. So thank you so much for tuning in today's guest on the podcast is Mercedes license and Mercedes has been making videos on Youtube about echo beauty and holistic health and lifestyle since two, thousand fourteen. A self-described bifurcated person, she holds a PhD and sociology from Brown University and worked as an academic researcher. Yet, she's also been on lifelong quest for discovering, curing, refining, articulating, and presenting an evolving vision of beatty. Her content spans product reviews and in-depth discussions on brands. Make to`real 's demonstrating products and holistic health topics like acupuncture, detoxing, homeopathy, herbalism, and energy healing. She's a researcher at heart Mercedes strives to provide articulate thoughtful and above all honest reviews and discussions. and. Her podcast is called. Your purpose is beauty and that's why I wanted her on the show because y'all this is a fantastic podcast to tune in to and I figured it would be a great resource for y'all to know about so. On with the show..
"mercedes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It to Mercedes who hello and writing down everything that was happening about double margin project yeah I have them on the regular season why don't you why do these groups or you can volunteer that they decided to write it down so I don't think I understand that the the question what was the question you're asking people are writing or taking notes my my people or the dentures so I'm I'm not aware of that but but we can have such a fortune look into it I do know with any instance or incident that we have like this we always learn from from the good and the bad I will say this I think the finished his apartment in gauged and reacted amazingly last night but we always do an after action report so that we're looking at what we did how we did it where do we go how can we adjust and improve it's getting warm out there can I say this if I if I can is getting warmer for that approach us we need to bring water and just have a plan of if you're walking three or four or five miles in your legs get tired have a plan of how to get back to where you started from we will make sure that we keep the community safe which is nothing different will make sure that we keep the media informed and engaged I do want to take this opportunity though to we declared an unlawful assembly last night and so we need the media to understand when it gets to that point it's a criminal matter when it gets to that point it's dangerous for you to be there too so we would ask for your assistance but if we get to the point of the current unlawful assembly we do mean that that's you all too and all have Mister Wilson director Wilson a circle back on that with our media partners well when you guys put out the three zero once again by absolutely so we put out tweets we put out all right we had just so many lessons learned over the time that I've been here too we want to make sure we constantly engage you all because you're providing information to the community to but when it gets to the point where it's dangerous and unlawful assembly we need you all to comply with that also so with that I'm a turn it back to sort of you listen you listen to a Phoenix PD update of the protest last night here on KTAR news and we we do agree with that I think that sometimes we have to balance the safety of everyone and so we care about the media safety as well we don't want you to get hurt we understand that there is a need to keep our community informed we do when we support that and that's why we go to social media we try to do as much as we can as well but we have to remember that we care about your safety and we don't want anyone at all to ever be injured understanding that they're just there to report as you you know as you get we talked about a little bit of the group thing right we try to do our best to make sure that we isolate that attention and sometimes it doesn't happen the best way that we can but that's really our goal is to make sure that you're safe where you know I just a great question I how many times were patient and so each situation is I looked at each and each situation is original and it's and and the way that it's progressing and so that decisions made by the commander that's at the scene in charge of that incident so it could it could be thirty minutes depending on what the situation is and it could be an hour it just really depends on on how that situation is progressing officers were treated her he remain transported to the hospital or treated.
"mercedes" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Mercedes the one that made a point she's never come through on anything she said I now has I think she listens to our show I think she does this mistake that you made will say I'm saying it now to say late now yeah you gotta keep doing it well after the first time she was on she asked for me not to talk about on air anymore but now if if you had anybody or not I don't know it seems you were saying things on there and then also she's like mum well it's on hold I think if you played it cool and she didn't hear any of this stuff I think you don't you're not the only one out and lets you just bring them along Rolex is no joke that's like at least five thousand dollars if not more I think he's going to Charleston spend time with her and not get a Rolex well I think it's a state probably multi million dollar home but then I'm sure she does but I have to reason I ended it when I did was because I was initially down to stick it out forever however long it took to win a ten yeah and that was my initial plan was to stick it out long as I could and by now but I cut it off because I just couldn't do it anymore and so I don't think I could do three more weeks of hanging out and not saying anything because you have to pretend to be somebody you're not you have to have these conversations with her that you're not interested in it's not that I'm not B. as one I'm not it's just being interested when I'm not in the same you said that you have to I mean yeah I guess you're right yeah thank you to hell that she is going to give a Rolex after hearing this conversation is usually here is that no one does here and I think what happens is she hears it and she gets angry right now she says I'm not give me the Rolex and then their squid word on the other line saying that I love you so much I miss you maybe not I love but I miss you know I want to be with you not just for the radio right as you think you're going to get any S. that I love her in the active sector yes hi she said that you said I lord no no you want it you're not above lying feeling like I don't care about you're doing it with no protection at all never really is there cobwebs down there respectful I looked that's not breaking news my final advice walk away walk away I think it's the feelings are not just going to go away they're only going to strengthen our her part and you're gonna be in deep is up for the sake of the bent no no there's nothing over the back by the way there's nothing on the line of the bat well that it's worth whether still kind of not sure if I even if let's say I did win I don't care okay I don't it's a stupid mostly because Jared not allowed that yeah all that why do we even make it in the beginning us not to brag well I right about Squidward is all exactly friend no thanks for sticking up for the Brighton part because you because your religion does not allow you to bet we ask is not to we can do whatever you want but we choose not to yeah well you chose not I bet before though yeah yeah but now you have a whole new budget analyst up yet now budget if we still have a budget yet if anything you should be a lunch on lunch is like a lunch I'd be hell bent about when a bad but I don't care about that so I I just think that leading her on at this point is you can keep going on like this forever and she's only gonna probably fall harder for you I thank I'm gonna take your advice but if you give me just said just keep doing what I'm doing yeah okay well I said you have to have some kind of I don't your honor jerit in my opinion and cherished sense is you're going to be with her for three weeks and still not get the Rolex you have to put it on the line now Rolex or you know if it did the weather there's no benefit there for her to give the Rolex at this point well that then okay that but if he comes because you're you're definitely the wrong machine that's in the Rolex if he's like I have something for you I have the Rolex let's meet in Charleston go if he doesn't walk away my advice would be if you're interested in taking a free trip to Charleston go don't take your wallet good idea but you do you see for the first time since she mentioned she was going to buy it for you brought up the Rolex unprovoked and right B. as you were open and honest that she had lied to you about that my thought is go to Charleston if you want the free trip don't expect the Rolex on the trip because you're not going to get and that's a promise who wants a free button in the Charleston it may yet but in a sense that Sian and finish the rest of it is with somebody you're not interested in may really yeah okay so I can trust with you fox news a lot it's a trip because it's just if you're single some rich woman that you're still Lisa tracked enough to to have sexy time with it off your free trip to Charleston and you might get a role that you're not going to go you got nothing else going on but if it got nothing else going on you know in case you want to spend the weekend with them you're not interested it's not like this all right yeah I'm probably going to go with your advice states that I mean I mean I mean if you need something your your voice kind of similar to Jason's okay I'm not I'm not going to context calling back or anything but she sent me a text saying how the Rolex do you wanna hang out I'm a be like yet let's hang out so that's the thing you're not going unless you pack I mean we have the whole week in Maine she's she's there every day every day we're supposed to not talk she's text or call so when I used to bet more a lot of money on the fact that he will be in Charleston this weekend I guarantee it said she has a Rolex there will be a reason why he said you want to see again the winds are all the stuff I mean it's part of the fun though I would think of going out of town with someone would be to go and explore the town so you really are just going to sit in the house as of now I'm not gonna times enough to go into gray we know from tomorrow be different we never do I never talk to again I thank you that because her heart will grow fonder yeah I guarantee yeah only because I have done this the longer they go without talking to me the more I want to talk to them and I think at some point down if you just not you avoiding her you ignoring her some point she's going to just have the Rolex and then off I agree she added him even more that he's the night she's gonna get the Rolex if she has the mileage I can't tell you why we do it but we do it I would hold out I would hold out all right thank goodness no player whole numbers contract basically yeah I like that role in signing bonus if we mentored Squidward when it comes to negotiating money if you if you got a hold on it works we'll see now is it fires meeting this special thank.
"mercedes" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"Them daily basis we trust them with very complex queries and tasks so I mean me personally while am home. I said timers and play music and mall in the car. I stepped navigating make phone calls. Don't give me wrong. These are very useful and I think that it couldn't go back to like search. My phone at home in Lake set a timer or search for the song that I wanNA play and in the car I mean I wouldn't want to be scrolling through my contact list in pick the name that I wanted to call. I think right now. The voice the functionality that we bring with voice it is just amazing and we make our users is so much easier but there's a lot more opportunities than there's a lot of things that we can do on top of that so curly with while we build trust in Illinois users will become more used to it right they will slowly trust us with more complex things and you know this is very crucial for us to fulfill it so not only that we can fulfil the simple use cases but we would be able to reschedule meetings or we will be able to set the make appointments and dynamic nothing static that he said as preference before that particularly to the car. Think there's more specifically multi-modal we already started with multimodal. So we have this interplay between voice and screen and patch. Actually whenever you search for a restaurant we present a pick list and you can either say the line to restaurant. You want to navigate like by seeing its name or a number or dress or you can actually selected by pressing on it and I think this is a great way for people who have a very complex query that they wanna say voice and then have more control of like what discworld list More details but it's also very easy if you're driving and you just WanNa make a quick select using voice but you can take this even further right. So there's this famous use case that we we all talk about and that's when you're a road trip and you see this unknown building or object and you point a finger at then you say well what's dad and then someone from the car will answer and say that's this building and wouldn't it be great if the assistant is able to do so and. I think this is what really attracts me. And makes me really excited about the industries like the possibilities are endless and now we're transforming this object of exploration? Which is your car. Which already you know is enabling you to explore places in take you further than before but now you can like augmented than ask questions and get so much more information out of it so I think this is great. Yeah well it's about again. The user experience do you know like on the market right now are most of Mercedes vehicles have these features involved or are there certain ones that do and other ones that don't most of the cars we ship. Today have buicks installed and every new car that introduced navy. Carlin that we refresh we introduced the NBA. And it's soon pretty much. Every customer that will purchase a Mercedes Benz will get their hands on. Hey Mercedes the interesting part. Is that all customers that get an MBA Vehicle they choose to have hey Mercedes enabled and they use it just because it's so useful. Yeah well it makes sense if it can do so many things for you. It's so much safer it's much easier. It's very exciting to see the last question. We'd like to ask on this show to promote voices a whole besides the stuff that you're doing now in your everyday life. Is there any type of voice skill or experience or even flash briefing that you use and you're really enjoying right now? I'm actually really fed about voice games. We play yes sire at the office and we use it as an icebreaker before tea meetings or we sometimes blame during lunch but I mean the game is so much fun right. I I love the fact that you have to keep this balanced and it's the situation that the game portrays the they're very funny and the replies and it always like you know makes us laugh and I think that's special used to play age of empires as a kid and this game yes sire. Triggers certain memories in brings the same joy that age of empires is to bring? But I love the fact that it's transcended this this new interface which has voice and now I can enjoy it very differently and at different age so this is amazing. I like it and I like that. You're doing it as like a team development thing. You're doing at work at lunch. Which is pretty cool. Yeah if people want to learn more but we talked about or they want to connect with you or learn more about what Mercedes is doing within the voice Brown. Where can they do that online? They can reach out on Lincoln or they can follow me on twitter at Johnson. Tony's go but of course we're very actively participate at conferences. We regularly give talks and also the Mercedes Benz. Total pages are reactive and constantly informing our customers about the latest updates. Thank you so much for sharing again. Not only your journey a little bit into boys but all that you're doing at Mercedes and I look forward to what's to come from you and the company. Yeah thanks so much for the invite them really excited to voice industry will will bring an of course big said about the voice in the car industry. Because it's going to be so amazing and there's GonNa move is the way we experience our time in the car. Thank you for listening to the inside. Voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe to follow like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people WANNA see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. I. M. O. D. E. V. DOT COM and. Be SURE TO CHECK US out online at. Voice Summit Dot. Ai Thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week..
"mercedes" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"Happy to be here. Thanks for the invite Yes. We met recently at an event and I learned that you studied electronic engineering and you also worked for music festival seeing. Why did you study electronic engineering? And what kind of work did you? Give at festivals. I used to take things apart as a kid. I would find or radios and I would break into pieces and I was just curious about all these components circuitry that would work together and especially that I knew that electric current passes through them. And then there's like this sound coming out of it at the end and that was just fascinating for me. No I think to a hobby. It's pretty much. What sparked the interest to pursue more to find out more about this field in high school. I used to play in a band and I was the basis for the band and as everyone who plays for an music band day will probably know that. There's a lot more involved into musical instruments there speakers amplifiers. There's mixers so you really have to learn what how everything works together. Otherwise you're probably GONNA get in trouble and trust me. We did get in trouble. We were cranking the volume way to up sometimes. Luckily for US my neighbor he was Trish in who would repair commend from local artists. So he would save the day for us most of the time and I had to honor and pleasure to show him a lot of the Times. When I was breaking my stuff he would teach me how things work and what to do and I think all of this kind of contributed for me to pursue a career in electronics. Which is why I joined University of Magister in the UK. Where I got my bachelor's and master's degree electronic engineering by studying this field. It opened up so many more opportunities for me and I learned so many great things and little that I knew that the world of chronic that I studied as a kid it was so much bigger I learned about semiconductors and embedded systems and software design and coding and that was just amazing. Of course. They're in college. I didn't lose my love for music. I just pursued in a different way. I got involved with music. Festivals eyesight organizing and working for music festivals locally. We will organize a music festival that would raise awareness of pollution and local environment. We would have bands common play sometimes for free and we would involve the community to Kinoussi. How was the impact locally and promote a better lifestyle and I think that was amazing and something. That's so much good locally and Ab- Romulo to join. I love that you grew up in Europe but then he decided to move to the United States. What made you want to move to the US? I actually always wanted to move to California. When I was a kid. I had the opportunity to come and visit and I remember that through my first visit. I went to an apple store and purchase an ipod and Dallas. Just incredible you know this little device that could fit ten thousand songs in your pocket you can carry it anywhere in. The charge will ask several days no batteries. You can just recharge in Dallas fascinating for me. So I did a lot of research and I thought about Steve. Jobs in his keynotes and the way the company operates night cow. Silicon Valley provides this and the culture here is to create products great technology so that was just a big break for me and it was kind of one of the motivations that Romney here to California specifically Silicon Valley and also in college. There were a lot of students that wanted to pursue in studying electronics. I mean the Holy Grail for that is here in Silicon Valley. I mean impels is here in videos here so you know. That's just amazing after college. I actually both here to California and initially I wanted to semiconductors but then once I came here and I studied but it was out there I decided to do something else. And so now you were within voice technology within the auto industry when did first learn about voice technology? What kind of lead to you. Being interested to working within auto and cars and with Mercedes after I moved to Silicon Valley. I've discovered opportunity to work for Mercedes. Benz. I've been a huge fan mercedes-benz my whole life. My first car. Actually it was a Mercedes Benz who was my grandfather's e-class in that courage is something else you know. I love how it drove acceleration. Cornering you know the comfort that you had while sitting in it and it will so so well taught and I was. The funny part was that was constantly comparing my mom's car which was much newer page auto six and it was my blowing to see how these two cars were built twenty years apart and even though the you know my mom's car was okay car. The Mercedes was better so for me was a no brainer to join. Mercedes and to learn how to build great products. I joined the team that was doing with your ables. We were looking at. How can we integrate wearables and smart devices with the car? How can we communicate from the outside world with a car and this is a team that actually introduced voice in two sixteen? We were looking at the Google keynote and we saw the infection or Google home device and in that moment we realize like this is the next thing voice will be the next thing. People will no longer talk third devices and expect to be like a robotic face but they will have expectation for to be an assistant and to speak. Naturally Mercedes. Hasn't been new to the voice industry. So we've been doing this since ninety six away introduced the voice capabilities with the class at the time. But it was new in this context. And you know there was a huge synergy between the team here in Sunnyvale. That was doing voice outside of the car and the team in Germany. That was doing voice in the car so we merged the two teams emigrated Voice Department and mercedes-benz. Can you share with us? The type of work mercedes-benz is doing now when it comes to creating voice experiences in the car like what can people expect if they're using any of it within an auto experience two years ago Mercedes introduced MBA which is Mercedes benzes experience. We brought it at T. S. and I think it was a shock for the industry to see it. It was nothing like ever seen before in a car. We took a holistic approach when we built it and we designed it with the user in mind we thought about every single detail when it comes to its features and you know how detracted it. I think the one thing that stood out the most was definitely the voice system now with MB LEX. You can simply say. Hey Mercedes and you invoke. Its assistant which you can talk. Naturally to voice got a lot of attention in previously Couple months before announcement so Google assistant at Alexa were grabbing a lot of attention. And you know a lot of the tech industry was kind of pointing towards at so. It was a big surprise to see Mercedes was going in the same direction as well. The fact that we simplify interaction model a lot in D. expanded the things that you can do. It's probably what like draw. The customer even closer in. May people feel so much more interested in it? You know the assistant will now understand whenever you would say I'm hot. It will cool down or if you say I'm hungry will search for restaurant not only that we support the regular interaction but we took it one step level that we understand indirect speech depending on the market. We have different partners so for Europe for both imbedded thin clouds side. We have signs and for the North American market. We have severance for embedded in southbound for the cloud so we can do much more to the point that we can say hey. Mercedes search for Italian restaurants with four stars and Patio and the system will understand you. A new will provide your response for your request. I think having this double control for a domain. That's core to a car is just amazing. Yeah and I've seen some videos where people are in. The car is kind of showing how it works. And it's really impressive. And can you share with us? How Mercedes would like to see. Maybe voice in the car experience in true. Have you heard any feedback from people? What they'd like to see more of. I know it's kind of starting to adapt to you and learn a little bit more about the user but I'd love for you to share anything that you love to see. Maybe happen in the future with wasted a car. I think we're still in this trust gaining face and probably actually the whole industry is right. It doesn't mean that if we own assistance or use.