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How This CRO Builds Start-ups with Both Enterprise and High Velocity Sales Teams

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

04:49 min | 10 hrs ago

How This CRO Builds Start-ups with Both Enterprise and High Velocity Sales Teams

"Mark thanks for joining us today. As a way of getting started gives a little. Bit of background on yourself eight brian. Thanks for having me on the program background. I love talking about myself. So you might have to cut me off here I am currently the chief revenue officer very silicon valley like term for a a data company called h. g. data. I live in the san francisco bay area. And i come down to beautiful santa barbara For a couple of days a week which is where we're located and as far as being in sales. What's what's you specialty in. Well there there. Two things that i that i spent with their two type of companies that i've spent most of my career with here for the last decade more turnaround situations where i've been brought into tech companies. That have stalled. Started to flail little bit and on the guy that Gets out the shock. shock pads and tries to rejuvenate an entity. And those are those are fun when when you can do them well and then i've also recently gotten a bit addicted to pre revenue tech startups. These are two or three guys sitting in a basement with a whiteboard. They often don't even have product built yet. They've got an idea they want to disrupt the market. And i'm brought in as the go to market guy like let's figure out what we can monetize how to do it. And then let's get after it get some revenue in the door go gets around funding and then hopefully get it to to be erected or see. Let's let's start with the turnaround. Because that's kind of what i've been dragged into for the last five years. What's your approach on the turnaround. So you going into a place there. Stalled at I don't know what your space made. Five ten million dollars. The investors are anxious. They can't raise another round. What's your approach. Well i think there's there's two frames that i typically look at in one one. I usually do pre engagement to to determine if i'm going to get get involved. Which is what's the external market conditions. you know. I have been lucky enough to work in spaces that are growing so that is just tech in general but more specifically the last couple of years has been serum extended. I did do a stint in healthcare it. That was tacked. But i probably miss read. What's happening with healthcare from the outside. That looks very appealing but internally not so much so the first is the external environment is this arena where entrenched players are have gotten a little bit lazy and buying cycles are such that that new entrance can break in in make a difference so that's the external environment and based on what i've said i've generally focused on environments where i think that they are right once in turtle is often find that that it's just business one one stuff and i have been around long enough you know. I got out of college in ninety one. Next week is my forty th birthday and so i've i've seen business cycles and i been in the bay area over over twenty years so i certainly have seen hype curbs in bubbles and bus and i think that has allowed me to go in and call. I don't know if i if i gave you the longer. Version that if you if you'd have to bleep it. Pc see i've seen when folks are deluding themselves when companies are deluding themselves on either their product market fit or their go to market strategy or the original vision their differentiation of strategy disagreements between senior staff or investors board and staff and usually between those those bullets i just listed. There's two or three major disconnects that when you're living and breathing a startup you just lose perspective and by being the new guy on the block. I can actually call out those things relatively quickly. I'm also an east coast guy so even been california now since ninety three. I tend to be very frank and direct And i think that that candidness allows people to to call out the elephant in the room. That people have been avoiding for some time. I don't know if

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Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | 21 hrs ago

Los Angeles, Orange counties move closer to red tier for reopening economy

"Los Angeles and Orange counties barely missed the cut. But seven counties are moving to the less restrictive right here in California's color coded Cupid 19 system. By next week. Another dozen counties could also make the move counties moving into the red tear, Our Eldorado lass in Santa Clara, San Francisco, Napa, Murdoch and San Luis

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Epic Games buys Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout developer Mediatonic

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:35 min | 1 d ago

Epic Games buys Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout developer Mediatonic

"To number one here. Of course that Fall guys has been bought by epa game media. Tonic has been bought by epa games. I'm trying to still refresh the faq. It is still five three. But thanks to roger. pokorny. I have the epic statement. I'm on epic games dot com right now where it says tonic games group makers of fall guys joins epic games. We are thrilled to announce that tonic games. Group is joining the epic games family. Tonic games is the development company behind the hit sensation. Guys ultimate knockout for guys fans. Your game play isn't changing. An epic will continue to invest in making the game a great experience for players crawl across platforms. Your favourite colorful beans will still stumble through the chaos on playstation nintendo switch and xbox check out this blog. Post for all your questions. That was the one that i think is four five zero three. It is and it still is quoted. Tonic tonic games group. Which apparently is a reburying. That i think is happening today or maybe happened and we just missed it. We often say that everyone deserves a game. That feels like it was made for them with epoch. We feel we have found a home that was made for us. They share our mission to build and support games. That have a positive impact empower others in stand the test of time and we couldn't be more excited to joining forces with their team. This is dave bailey from the co founder. And ceo of games group the quotes. Go on like this. I tim sweeney from epoch. Says it's no secret that epic is invested in building. The metaverse in tonic games shares. This goal as epic works to build a virtual feature. We need great creative creative talent. Who know how to build powerful games content and experiences.

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Video of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pressuring female journalist to eat sausage resurfaces

Radio From Hell

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Video of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo pressuring female journalist to eat sausage resurfaces

"What? It's a sandwich assaulted sandwich. If you watch the video of this, it is pretty It's AH video showing Governor Andrew Cuomo challenging a Female journalist to eat the whole sausage in front of him. 2016 New York State Fair amid allegations the governor sexually harassed former staffers. I want you to eat the whole sausage on this story, by the way is from the New York Post, So it takes pains to point out I want you to eat the whole sausage. The Democratic governor is heard telling the news Channel nine reporter Beth Assefa low as his daughter. Makayla sits quietly next to him. According to the video shared by journalist Matt Binder. I don't know if I should eat the whole sausage in front of you, but I'm definitely going to do it. Responds the reporter, Mrs Sapolu. She's now an anchor at Channel 12 News 12 in Westchester. Cuomo, then invites miss a flu. Snaps a selfie with him while holding up her plate to sit at his table. Oh, there's too much sausage in that picture, Cuomo says in the Cringeworthy exchange, and it is You've got us admit it's kind of cringe worthy the way he does it when you were in a man in a position of power. You can't make jokes like this. You just want And you and me. You probably shouldn't be doing it anyway. No, but particularly for sure. Really, to this, this cute young reporter Now she's she doesn't seem to mind. But this comes amid all these other allegations of him new. There's a new one, and it's there's a picture of it. He's got his hands on Both sides of this young woman's face was going to be a Staffer or something, and he's he's saying to her Would you like to kiss me? And she's kind of just looking at him like Yeah, Her friend took the picture, and she's now another woman who's come forward to accuse Cuomo of being Oh, a pig. Yeah. There you go. All right.

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Zion Williamson, Lonzo Ball, Pelicans Hold off Donovan Mitchell, Jazz for Win

Get Up!

01:20 min | 1 d ago

Zion Williamson, Lonzo Ball, Pelicans Hold off Donovan Mitchell, Jazz for Win

"We are back on. Get up and jay. Williams made his way to take a look at the game of the night last night. A good one between the jazz. And the pelicans and this one was all about ziad. Look at him. Going right equity go back just constantly challenging rudy gobert. He gets his shot blocked more than any other player in the league. But it doesn't matter because it's going to finish at the rim. He had fifteen points in the third quarter. Zion did look at them continuing here and just taking a straw once again. He loves eternal right shoulder. That's his patented move. Twenty-six ten last night for zion who was really emerging clear in his second season. Well let's take you to where this game is decided thirty seconds ago jazz are down by one. And here's the big sequence. J. will often miss from donovan mitchell. Donovan mitchell mrs baruch. I don't know if i call that over to bat call rudy gobert. That just much taller. But since i did it take another look at it here. That's go bear. He does get called for over the bag. Zion would make too so the pelicans of a three point lead in. Here's the final shot. Not a great look that the utah jazz get off. Zion gets the rebound josh. Hart gets uncontested dunk. And that is all she wrote. The pelicans get the win. One twenty nine one twenty four and again as i on finishing with twenty six points. Ten boards five assists. Joining anthony davis as the only players in new orleans history with game with those numbers before turning twenty one years old. They will play again tomorrow night

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The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

Sidewalk Ghosts

05:57 min | 1 d ago

The Difference Between Pain and Suffering

"It's gonna be me. I got teased a lot I got beat up a lot. They didn't understand and this was like through elementary and even middle school. And so you know my extra on air started to be created to protect myself. Which was i'm good. I'm strong i'm capable. I can do anything out. And i went deep into the mental toughness side of things. Because i look different. I was different. I didn't quite understand the power of my story. I didn't quite understand all the gifts that was given as a result of it in those early years right. I think when you're a kid what you wanna do is just it and you just wanna have connection and friends and and you don't necessarily have the maturity emotional resilience your ability to kind of navigate through that external narratives protected me. I've played back his opening statement. More times than i can count rationalized. The feeling of is being bullied as a youth. A result of his physical appearance after having his arm torn off of the shoulder when as a child he was run over by a truck a tragedy that he refers to as a gift and one that to this day has left its imprint on the person he has grown to be yet as a badge of entitlement he wears it not but rather carries it as a catalyst to better understanding the trials of others. He speaks of an adult chapter as he set stage for a much larger consideration. What started was i started to chase the what. What house what car. What amount of money. But i was young. And i wanted to take over the world and so i you know it was one of those things and when i say take over the world of the corporate world having no idea what that meant and had to really establish for lack of a better term a cadence of connection that was also empty. And i had this crusty exterior where i had to prove to myself more than even prove to other people how smart i was how capable. I was how i can do these things you know. I had all these goals. That i set for myself to chase the what they all surrounded by the age of thirty and crushed all of them by like twenty six or twenty seven. And i never really reevaluated. Successful in the world's eyes he was a man motivated by chasing the what's as he quested for intellectual honors. He was young driven to receive accolades confirmed his capabilities even to the point of in his words crushing it yet as he looks back in his words once again at his crusty self he shifts perspectives and revealing yet. Another set of life's lessons. I have a very rare and extreme case of growth hormone deficiency. It took years to find. Multiple specialists also perfectly healthy and nothing wrong with being to the point that i almost gave up and my wife finally one last push we went and did it. It took six months testifying that we finally found it needle in a haystack. But the two things that compromised where i had brain fog literal cognitive dysfunction and fatigue at a level that i had never experienced in my life. This kind of rocked me from an identity standpoint. What started to happen. Was i started to feel in a way that i'd never felt before my wife had said to me for the prior ten years before that like that. I didn't feel anything. I didn't have empathy that. You know it was what it was that i just. I kind of navigate. And i was like no no no no i feel everything i just i feel like what are you talking about. You don't know what my body. Of course i'd be all and like respond with defensiveness and like all of those things. Well i'm playing with my daughter. One day and i mean she was probably two at the time around laugh. And we're having all this fun. We laid on the couch to turn the show on and just relax. She leans over puts her arm around. My neck gives me a kiss on the cheek. And says daddy i love you and i started like out of nowhere just broke down in tears. Now men who cry i view as a sign of strength. I've just never manifested my emotions that way so it caught me off guard because i was like what is happening right now and i was happy so i was like. Why are these tears happening. When i'm so happy and it made me start to question if i'm experiencing joy in this capacity right now and i've never felt it to level before what am i missing on the other side pain. Fear despair anger guilt right. And so i started to really unpack emotions and i started to realize how much i was actively suppressing but i was passed it was passive in my mind. I never knew. I was actively suppressing and so that whole period of my life around human connection i had mastered it from a tactical standpoint. Not from like a true connection standpoint. Because i didn't have the spectrum of emotion myself. I didn't and defense which meant i didn't connect and so i used to believe that it was mental toughness alone. Now it's not what. I i genuinely believe those that unlock and go to the next level in this world in this universe are those that understand. Intellectual narratives those that understand emotional narratives those that can connect the mind and the body and those that can regulate between which narratives true or if neither are true given certain scenario so that we can then move forward so really one of the things that i believe most is the ones that unlock are the ones that not just think not just the ones that feel but the ones that think about their thinking that think about their feeling that field thinking and feel their feelings and it's that box that allows us to become whole as human beings and that's where we start get back to the human connection because we have to feel and connect for us to be free right and this is name and as a navigator of this human experience that we all living in sharing and in his signature style. He warmly extends his arms to give each one of us. Some most tangible council the world literally tells us to reduce eliminate or avoid pain. And i'm telling you that the world is right. That was a natural part of our evolutionary responses to protect ourselves back when. But that's not what needs to happen today. We need start by understanding. What's the difference between pain and suffering pain is literally defined a short term intermittent and a direct cause from something and alleviated once direct caused removed. And then what we do as human beings as we screw everything up by putting adjectives and other clarifying words in front of it like acute and chronic so cute. Kate maintains a definition chronic implies that the definition changes because it means that it's not short-term in persists after that direct causes removed. Let's stop calling chronic pain and let's call it what it really is which is suffering.

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Johnson & Johnson plans to ship COVID-19 vaccine doses this week

John Williams

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Johnson & Johnson plans to ship COVID-19 vaccine doses this week

"The road. It is the only one shot vaccine that's gotten FDA approval. Nearly four million vaccines are being shipped this week. 16 million more doses say they will be delivered by the end of the month. If you're trying to decide which covert 19 vaccine you should get based on their efficacy. Medical professionals suggest you might be missing the point. They say The point is get vaccinated as soon as you can. WGN's Meghan Dwyer doctor say If you're comparing the effectiveness of the three vaccines now on the market in the U. S. Don't. It's like comparing apples to oranges and at the end of the day they all work and are all FDA approved. The sooner people are vaccinated, the less likely we will see dangerous mutations. McDonald's CEO says allegations of sexual harassment under the golden

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Clubhouse Becomes the Latest Hot App By Doing Everything Wrong

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 1 d ago

Clubhouse Becomes the Latest Hot App By Doing Everything Wrong

"From one three. I'm david brown. And this is business. Worst daily on this tuesday march second. Let's say you were invited to a party. Where the guest list included oprah drake and jared lehto as well as top venture capitalist business executives journalists and all manner of influencers. Would you go well. That party is happening on a beta version. Social media app called clubhouse and in about nine months. The app has gained an estimated three million users and a billion dollar valuation clubhouses content is like a series of audio only presentations and panel discussions he s. That's right audio. We'll get to that in a minute. These talks happen in so-called rooms which are really like well conference calls there's a presenter or panel other people are listening to anyone can raise a hand and ask a question or participate in the discussion. You can meet people and have conversations and because presentations are not supposed to be recorded by users. You're either there or you missed out the thing about clubhouse though is that it appears to do everything wrong. First of all as i said earlier. It's audio based that's right. Viral video challenges or memes. Not even a cute cat photo. That means that all of those people who hate to use the phone have to logon and have an actual conversation also android users. Sorry you're out of luck. This app is for apple devices. Only at least for now finally membership is by invitation. So unless you know someone who's willing to fork over one of their coveted invites you're locked out again for now. Clubhouse founders say that eventually the format will be open to all but what is that for now. Exclusivity is what's driving growth in roughly nine months. Fomo fear of missing out has fueled the apps popularity some even say that the old school style of having conversations is the key to its success. You have to listen and be able to say something meaningful. So people are striking business deals finding content partnerships and having conversations with some truly interesting people. Some are even finding romance on the app. According to a report in forbes clubhouses his popularity is even turned the head of industry giant facebook. Which has reportedly started developing an audio product to compete with clubhouse the new york times reports facebook founder mark zuckerberg made an appearance on the app earlier this month to give a talk about augmented and virtual reality. Facebook didn't confirm the report but the times also noted that the social network has a habit of buying upper competing with apps that dabble in areas. That could pose a threat to its user base like most media platforms clubhouse. Has its issues to the app. Urges you to give it access your contact list and uses that information to identify others for you to invite according to forbes quote even if you've no interest in joining clubhouse whatsoever the service may well know your name mobile number and how many friends you have on the network. It may even be violating european privacy laws. The report suggests clubhouses apple exclusivity also has some trying to hack the app so it can be streamed on android devices tech crunch report last week. Clubhouse had its first significant data-breach when someone managed to stream audio feeds on a third party website according to bloomberg the stanford internet observatory or s. I o a stanford university internet watchdog programme race security concerns earlier this month in light of these issues clubhouse says it has taken measures to prevent any such breaches from happening again. But it's not clear. Exactly what is being done.

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Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer opens up about his 'close call with death'

KYW 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer opens up about his 'close call with death'

"As dog. Walker, who was shot while walking the singer's Dogs in Los Angeles last week, has spoken for the first time since the attack. The French Bulldogs were kidnapped at the time but have since returned home safely after Gaga offered a $500,000 reward. No questions. Asked into emotional Instagram posts dog Walker Ryan Fisher recounted the terrifying shooting and dognapping and thank his family and online community. He said that his life is quote taken a very sudden and unexpected turn. He wrote days ago while a car sped away in blood poured from my gunshot wound. An angel trotted over and laid next to me by panic screams calm as I looked at her Even though it registered that the blood pooling around her tiny body was my own. He's referring to God goes dog, Miss Asia who escaped the dognapping. Fisher shared two photos of himself recovering in the hospital. One showed him using a breathing tube.

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New Insights on the Bruins' Disappointing Week

Bruins Beat

02:15 min | 1 d ago

New Insights on the Bruins' Disappointing Week

"A great way for Bruins not a great week. I know they ended it on our early started next week Sunday. They started to walk on a good note, but not ending particularly. Well, there are a lot of problems. What was the biggest to you? Well, I mean, obviously the the one where you look at just the Optics of it right is the defense, right? I mean you give up 13 goals in two games. I think everyone get concerned about that and I think that's wrong. You see the right flag is you know, you're seeing way too many transition goals created chances in front of Rask and a lot, but the thing is is that that's always a concern. Oh shit. Like when you go that many goals. I'm sure not to spend learning but also, I mean I look at it right where I think we all are in agreement of the rooms and needs more depth on the blue. Looks like we've talked about at home last week. Like that's a guy they need right? So this isn't any surprise and when you missing three starters on your blue line, you know, including two guys in lausanne and Thursdays are good at kind of showing up that net front and girls like ew, you know as much as I think people are now the critics been hurt. I feel like there's like the The Narrative of like, oh they can they they can do well without them, you know, he's an injury-prone. Even though it's really only been kind of this year. We're didn't really really bad. But you know you miss Chris leak in his ability to get the puck out and you know, get the brake outgoing and hit those first passes cuz off these games have been stuck in their own Zone with for checking issues. So but you look at that defense, right you miss those three guys, you have back and iron in a top pairing roll and you know, yes potential. I mean we've seen multiple times we're out of something. He's big enough yet to handle some of these guys and he's been just kind of Knocked around by Chris Kreider which led to a goal. He got knocked around by Andrews Lee and pushed around which led to Chicago gets the island is so I mean you go to depleted decor and you know, you got drawn more playing like the minutes and he did not look very good. The last two games so wage. Obviously, you're shorthanded you hopefully you hope that a shorthand unit doesn't give up 13 goals, but still it's not expected. But you had to know that there was going to be some issues with your going to be giving birth. One more chance has given how the state of your Decor is. Now.

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 d ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

Radio Boston

04:20 min | 1 d ago

Gabriel Sosa's billboards offer messages of hope in Boston communities hit particularly hard by COVID-19

"You've seen them. It's a series of bright colorful billboards with powerful messages of hope in english and spanish like one in roslindale square big bright letters against a solid background. It ain't easy but keep going. The inside bill unsigned billboards. They've appeared in east boston. Roslindale roxbury dorchester. Boston communities hit particularly hard by covid nineteen and they are the work of gabriel sosa. So says grew up in miami and is now a visiting lecturer at the massachusetts college of art and design artist teacher translator and we spoke with gabriel sosa recently about his art. Heidi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so i there's so much i wanna talk about both in sort of form and message but let's start with message. It is a simple hopeful loving message. How did you land on it and sort of the variations of the messages. You're using it came from a long process. I was scheduled to have a public art project at some point in the spring or summer of twenty twenty i had been thinking about the different ways that that could take place and listen to the pandemic and then i really came upon this idea of. What can an artist offer right now. And i thought well you know arts can offer. Space for critical reflection can offer a space for comfort and is based on solidarity and then they use of the words. North fascinated me growing up in miami in a cuban american community. Those words are so intelligible cross spanish speaking countries. There's this kind of special flavor of solidarity with that. You can be standing in the long line and someone will look back at you. Either miami or havana. And say hey. North fosse's limits this way of saying you know. Hey i got you. That's where that spirit came from. And then it just seem logical thinking about my My bilingual miss my cultural mess and the large finnish speaking population in boston that it made sense to offer both in english and spanish. This new fascinating easy. Let's talk about this idea of solidarity. Which you you say. This work expresses these messages of hang in there. Keep going express. What does it mean to you. And and how do these billboards express a kind of solidarity. It means that you understand someone that you are wish them and hopefully that expresses itself in some way to be on on the same page to know where someone is coming from. Why is that so important right now. Well needless to say the world has changed right before our eyes were about a year into this pandemic things that seem sort of unthinkable or almost a little sifi for us have become normal and not only the pandemic but also in this country everything the twenty twenty brought us and i think just being able to to say to someone look i. I know what you're going through or i can sympathize with you. I think he's just one of the most important gestures that anyone can make. Let's talk about the medium. you chose for minute. We we just finished talking about the message. Producer jamie bologna. And i were both so struck by your choice to use billboards. I think we share a fondness for billboards and the you know that sort of passing way. They communicate with people in their communities in their daily life. What made you land on. Billboards came from a place of my being interested in text in the public space in this kind of range from things like bumper stickers window signs street signs painted on ashfall adopt myself. Would something i can do that. Shares message that considers social distancing that's visible and then sort of seemed like a logical option and there's also such a rich history of artists that have used billboards as a media. I mean there's spending coincides thrown is there's crew gird at scott so it was really exciting for me to tap into that traditions. Well

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The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

Black Agenda Radio

05:02 min | 2 d ago

The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

"Knew. Newspaper has hit the streets in philadelphia dedicated to the liberation of the nation's best known political prisoner. Mia abu jamal pam. Africa is coordinator of international concern. Family and friends of mumia abu-jamal. She wants folks to sign a petition in the newspaper. Demanding that philadelphia district attorney stop standing in the way of abu jamal's freedom. We do have the first edition of jamal journal in the nineties. Me and mia did. His newspaper to jamal. Journal was four of information is very first newspaper. That we're putting out is geared to what is happening to me. Now all the evidence and i just got a call from romania and his wife one thing will be a does do. He never complains about his sickness. Always usually find that out for someone else but he called me to let me know that. He believes that he had cold and he had went to the doctors up there and they were telling him no he. Don't they know he said his breed is bad and he said it feels like elephant is something sitting on his lungs. So you know. I'm asking people really to step up the work. Mia the district attorney here in philadelphia. They deblum is guilty. There's absolutely no evidence to show any judicial or prosecutorial misconduct case which is a blatant lie. Attorney in philadelphia. Mike record has went on record and stated very clearly that you know in his investigations moon is not only innocent. He's factually innocent. But what we have to use a conspiracy to commit cold blooded premeditated murder and they want us to sit down. Shut up and act like these fax is in hatton so he ate cranston who said there is no evidence of movie not having a fair trial in our journal. You see that. The key witness mr shelbert and who was a cab driver who said that he was missing. He what happened he said did move me. Shocked peace officer faulkner. He said several times in he kept missing missing. Shoot me at first but photographer by the name of polar cough was orange seen that night before. A lot of the peace officers got there and he took pictures men washington and another journalist. Linda got the picture some cough and the picture show clear was not in the ground at all showing the lie that the da is repeated. Today it's nothing but a lot the. Da have evidence that they beat lumia in our lady who was looking out her window. She says she saw when he ran his head into a poll. Busting it wide open. He was don't he was kicked with those steel toed routes kicked on his side and he was also shot so when they brought him into the hospital of course he couldn't stand up and he couldn't walk and they didn't just layton on the emergency room floor. They dropped him down on the floor where people come. In on those treads and to dr. See the moon. You could not speak above a whisper. He had to get right down to them to hear what it was he was saying. The police say their move was shouting and screaming. Yes i shot the mother. And i hope he does the best one. They claim that they have all the evidence be turned in some evidence a couple of years ago. They found six boxes. There had evidence that hasn't been seen so now near saying they have all the evidence. But i remembered on the night of december ninth which was in the winter moon into his wife. Had these one piece no sense. And that's what he was wearing that night so they say their balloon was shot at faulkner several times before the fatal blow and then they say that they forgot to take the tests showing that he had actually shot a gun. But when you shoot a gun is not only on your hands. But it's on your cloudy mummies clothing has disappeared. Some talk about you. Guess you prosecutorial and police misconduct. I'm talking about police. Abuse of a witness of person that they had knocked up right now moving and needs our help to rise up and jamal journal is online brek agenda. Look at that. Information is very pertinent. They dammed the kill mea three times during the time he had potato see and it was treating him for something else and dawn the died but was the power the people who brought them back we need sane power right now to put pressure on the department of corrections and also on. Da crash now who lied and said there was no evidence

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Cuomo Is Accused of Sexual Harassment by a 2nd Former Aide

The Breakfast Club

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Cuomo Is Accused of Sexual Harassment by a 2nd Former Aide

"A second former aide as accused governor andrew cuomo of sexual harassment. Now the first woman on wednesday lindsay boylan describes several years of uncomfortable interactions with governor cuomo including an invitation to play strip poker on a government. Airplane cuomo has denied those allegations in an initial response. Also talked about miss bennet now Miss bennet charlotte bennett. She's twenty five year old former aide to cuomo told the new york times that he asked inappropriate. Personal questions told her that he was open to relationships with women in their twenties and she said that he left her feeling like he wanted to sleep with her. He never made any physical advances. She said but she did describe a meeting in his office where he talked about being lonely during the pandemic. He said he can't even hug anyone and then when she said she couldn't how parents he was like. No i mean really hug somebody. And then she also said she was talking to him about her experience as sexual assault survivor. And he seemed fixated the revelation. She also told a friend via text pitches the way he was repeating. You were raped and abused and attacked assaulted and betrayed over and over again. While looking me directly in is with something out of a horror movie she said. I felt like was testing me now. He has denied that he believed he was acting as a mentor and never made advances toward mrs he said nor did i ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate. He also went on to say that things may have been interpreted as unwanted flotation and he apologized for that and he also promised an investigation. I had said he would appoint a former federal judge to lead an inquiry but backtracked after he said after critics pointed out that he had close ties to one of his advisors and then he said he would ask petition. James who was the state attorney. General janet difiore the chief judge of the court of appeals to select an independent and qualified lawyer to review the

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A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

The Old Man's Podcast

01:01 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

"What's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast out a good one for you. I want to talk about one batman or robin. Who would you rather be strong opinions on the matter. Have a health tip for you involves oral hygiene miss that one. Can you do anything you want to katherine hepburn says you can. I wanted to discuss that. Actually i'm going to rant about that pearl. You might be surprised. What thoughts on you can do. Whatever you set your mind to. Mike be finally. I dunno saturday night. But kim and tanya are done and that gets me to thinking about hollywood marriages so i did a little research on that. Run it by it so there. You go exciting episode of the old man's podcast coming your way

Katherine Hepburn Robin Tanya Mike KIM Hollywood
A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

The Old Man's Podcast

01:01 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

"What's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast out a good one for you. I want to talk about one batman or robin. Who would you rather be strong opinions on the matter. Have a health tip for you involves oral hygiene miss that one. Can you do anything you want to katherine hepburn says you can. I wanted to discuss that. Actually i'm going to rant about that pearl. You might be surprised. What thoughts on you can do. Whatever you set your mind to. Mike be finally. I dunno saturday night. But kim and tanya are done and that gets me to thinking about hollywood marriages so i did a little research on that. Run it by it so there. You go exciting episode of the old man's podcast coming your way

Katherine Hepburn Robin Tanya Mike KIM Hollywood
A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

The Old Man's Podcast

01:01 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

"What's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast out a good one for you. I want to talk about one batman or robin. Who would you rather be strong opinions on the matter. Have a health tip for you involves oral hygiene miss that one. Can you do anything you want to katherine hepburn says you can. I wanted to discuss that. Actually i'm going to rant about that pearl. You might be surprised. What thoughts on you can do. Whatever you set your mind to. Mike be finally. I dunno saturday night. But kim and tanya are done and that gets me to thinking about hollywood marriages so i did a little research on that. Run it by it so there. You go exciting episode of the old man's podcast coming your way

Katherine Hepburn Robin Tanya Mike KIM Hollywood
A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

The Old Man's Podcast

01:01 min | 3 d ago

A highlight from Episode 35; I'm Possible???

"What's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast out a good one for you. I want to talk about one batman or robin. Who would you rather be strong opinions on the matter. Have a health tip for you involves oral hygiene miss that one. Can you do anything you want to katherine hepburn says you can. I wanted to discuss that. Actually i'm going to rant about that pearl. You might be surprised. What thoughts on you can do. Whatever you set your mind to. Mike be finally. I dunno saturday night. But kim and tanya are done and that gets me to thinking about hollywood marriages so i did a little research on that. Run it by it so there. You go exciting episode of the old man's podcast coming your way

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:30 min | Last month

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Drive his captors mad with his constant chatter pranks and demands to play with them So the kidnappers had originally demanded two thousand dollars from their fall from the boys father. They lowered it to get rid of him And the father who realizes how insufferable his son is probably being projects in and offers to take the boy back off their hands only if they pay him two hundred dollars. So it's very good. It's funny it's henry man. Oh yeah underrated. Oh not just a candy bar question. Seven chief tui is the leader of the people on the oceanic island in montana as well as the father of which animated film protagonist debuted in two thousand sixteen. Or is that milana. So the plot of that film is original with inspiration from polynesian mythology such as the character of molly who is a demi. God voiced by none other than dwayne. The rock johnson. Best love him. It's it's very good movie. I i have yet to see it. But i do need to doesn't techy trump's for sure speaking of songs eight. I'm going to speak some lyrics of a hit. Two thousand seven song. And i'd like for you to tell me the song title and the band who released. The single due to lack of interest tomorrow is canceled. Let the clock spears set and the pendulum held. 'cause there's nothing at all except the space in between finding out what you're called and repeating your name. I have no idea. I'm assuming the word chief is in there somewhere or maybe maybe it's in the band's name It's okay i'm gonna i'm gonna split the death. It's called chief by the band chief. Who gets you ruby ruby ruby. Oh you know this song. Absolutely the song songs by the kaiser chiefs okay. A ending got nailed and repeating your name ruby ruby ruby. Anyway it's a great is a great song. It was a lot of indie movie soundtracks So the band is called the kaiser chiefs there an english indie rock band and they have a bunch of other really fun songs and they actually took their brand name from the south african football club. The kaiser chiefs spelled k. A. i. z. But the but the band is. Kfc are just brakes election night in the character of desire. Jed bartlett the beloved president and commander in chief from television series. The west wing was said to be a direct descendant of the stony cya bartlett a real-life signer of the declaration of independence from august. Second seventeen seventy six. But this is not a west wing question naming either which former colony the real asya bartlett represented in the second continental congress. Or how many future. Us president signed the declaration of independence. I'm gonna go with future. Us presidents got signed the declaration of independence. Because i feel like. I have a better chance shot at guessing that i'm going to say four. The answer is to oh and seeing just thomas jefferson and john adams and seibert represented new hampshire. Oh sure There were fifty six delegates. Who signed the declaration most famously. Y'all know john. Hancock who was president of congress but representative massachusetts bay It's another document. That's you know like super important. And i've seen a lot of trivia. Come up about like who sign it. I who signed it last. Who's the oldest person design. It who is a business and all that kind of stuff. So it's just now. So yeah thomas. Johnson and john adams were actually the only two presidents of the united states future presidents nights as to sign it. George washington famously did not sign. I say okay finally question. Ten him with your purse. The charlestown chiefs are the minor league ice hockey team. At the center of what cult classic nineteen seventy seven sports movie. That introduced us to the hanson brothers. I thought you said nineteen ninety seven. And so i was gonna say mighty ducks but that's not true So this is is a slap shot. It is nice. The great paul newman was player coach. Ready dunlop and paul newman often stated that the most funny ever had making a movie was on slap shot and during decades of his life. He repeatedly called reg dunlop. One of his favourite movie roles. The film was filmed. The film was filmed. The movie was filmed in johnstown pennsylvania. Again feel free to learn more about johnstown in episode one on one opened the floodgates with katie secorski. it's filmed in pittsburgh. Pennsylvania and also in central new york state in clinton utica and the onondaga county war memorial auditorium in the famous city of syracuse. While they really they really hit on all of the All all the russell. Arenas yep. I'll that best and most beautiful cities come to clinton yeah. Clinton new york utica once arson capital of the world. True bring your own extinguisher. Please do anymore. So yes everybody this. That was great. And i only got three wrong great. Which is pretty good considering. I was not expecting to get as many as i did. Write some grants will bread chief sitting back in there. That was great. Thanks joel yeah. Remember everybody. We are going to be doing We're gonna be doing another trivia night. Sign up for it. All of our info will be on our soc meads. It will be thursday march eighteenth at seven pm. I think buying a double check on that. We'll be at the memorial art gallery this time. Yes it will be at my place of work and don't be afraid it will not be art history questions. It will be trivia questions based on pieces in our collections. So you'll get a little taste walmart by the art inspired by the art. Yes so you a little taste of our artwork. Some of our best pieces more are most fun in our our personal favorite pieces. And then you'll get some trivia questions and get to win prizes. I mean what's better than that. Any get see both of us. Yes if you missed last time or technical difficulties prevented you from enjoying.

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:42 min | Last month

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Chicken too annoying teams at pub quiz. Where your hosts i'm lauren. And i'm julia schule lord so we are at episode one eighty two. Can you even believe it. Yeah we were saying the other day like we mentioned offhand. What number episode we on. We're like how honor there have. We done this. That's so many book report that so many things to talk about. I didn't honestly. I didn't think that i had that many things to talk about in me. Frankly and i can only remember. Maybe half a dozen of the last episode that we've done. Yeah it's funny though like when we watch like a game show or something. And i'm like you should know that josh because we did a whole episode on it. He's like even remember doing that. Episode is like no there was. There was one question the other night when we were watching. the first the premiere episode of the chase. This season and the question was the statue of liberty wasn't intended for it wasn't originally intended for new york harbor. Where was it originally built for her. And they gave you a trafalgar square suez canal and gibraltar. Like what was going to be the original location of the statue of liberty. And i was like i. Is this something. I talked about at the suez canal up to. I think it might be. I feel like there's a little thicker by brain that i did whole over suez canal and i thought this would be an interesting tidbit and i was like. I hope i'm right us guys. So yes if you missed that episode or that episode of the chase. The suez canal was the original intended site for what america has us the set of liberty. And that's a freebie folks. We're not even talking about the stuff that stuff that we've talked about that. I'm like i'm pretty We talked about that right. That's something i would have talked about. I would have done that eventually right. Yeah absolutely yeah. So one. Eighty two incredible And today is a music episode. Oh oh yeah. Is it going to be about eighty two. Yes because we are huge blink. One eighty two fans like that song all paying the only one. I could quick cyber. So i'm the last episode of the great british. Sorry last season of the great british bake off and the first episode when they had to make like the bust. Yes buster person. Cakes and dave whipped out the bust of his hero. Tom delonge we craziest. That was i beat. Everybody did like recognizable. Famous for the most part is gonna say this was that was some nailed it as shit and yet of great british bake off. Challenge but yeah. Yeah tom delonge and he's not tom. Delonge is not okay like he. He's becomes the alien alien guy and that's what we're talking about today right now. We're talking about how long is a conspiracy theorist no in fact. I had promised this episode for a very long time. Promise this episode in. I actually teased it in our previously mentioned trivia night that you may or may not have attended and but music episodes are such are a lot of work for us so but this can i tell you the amount of joy doing this episode brought me. I was like beside myself so excited to be doing this so today. We're gonna talk about my favorite musical artist. Peter gabriel now. You definitely shouldn't it's good for us. Enjoy the topics were doing especially when we did dictator was just like i gotta do an eight-page your book report about this guy. Yeah so. I'm glad the topic that brings you joy. Oh i've loved this if i could do peter. Gabriel every day. If i could do a different peter gabriel album for like an entire year. Maybe not that to see how. Tell me but the other thing is i. This is going to happen throughout the episode guys. I am going to say wait. I thought that was full collins. I don't get to confuse the heck out of these two guys and you know what i got. You covered okay. You'll you'll know the difference by the time. And i'll and i'll also tell you why you get them confused. Okay thank you so here. We go air here. We go here we go. Peter gabriel peter. Brian gabriel. In fact he was born on february thirteenth. Nineteen fifty in chaba surrey uk. I dunno if that's how it's pronounced but it looks like chabot ham so i'm going to go chaba. He learned to play the piano from his mother and he developed an interest in drumming. In fact he started off on drums of those teachers noticed his talent in singing as well he was a growing up like a huge fan of aren. Be and soul music american rb and soul music and he frequently says otis redding was his biggest influence such a huge fan of his. And so all and we'll talk about the influence of our envy and seoul on his music moving forward so he remarked of his early influences played quite a large part. He said oh they were the closest. I came to soul music before i discovered soul music. Time out sorry. I now realize that you're saying s. But sometimes when lawrence talking about like a dog or oh hymns is so cute. So i thought you were saying like hymns was so influenced. Just love him. he's so cute. Such a.

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:01 min | 4 months ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Founded a company called mound metal craft. They acquired a tooling company from a nearby town and one of its products. A toy steam shovel so the mound metal craft guys added some other pressed steel tool so their inventory and after selling more than thirty seven thousand units in their first year stopped making guarding tools and decided to just focus on toys. I'm so they changed their company's name to talk after nearby lake minnetonka. Oh okay and if you have ever played outside with a tonka truck in the rain or the mud or the dirt. Oh you didn't have no ways in your house. I didn't have any boys in my house. And i was an indoor kid so so so it's strikes against very heavy. They're very durable. they they. I mean they're. They're real realistic models of these things so any kids that are in construction toys or the dump truck that i think most of dump trucks and i do remember at one thinks giving at my aunt's house. They had just like an old tonka truck from the seventies or something and one of the kids at thanksgiving swelter head on my corner of the puzzle. Get stitches so super. Durable is what you're saying terrible possibly dangerous don't seem league your head right on the corner of pressed metal construction toy but i- conic. Yeah frankly it's the kids fault two thousand and two raggedy ann. Oh yeah so. She's a character created by american writer. Johnny grewal around nineteen fifteen books starring raggedy. Ann started around nineteen eighteen so raggedy. Ann is a rag doll with red yarn for hair and a triangle knows publisher fallen arranged to sell raggedy ann dolls along with the bucks and the tie in between grills raggedy ann stories. The dolls proved to be a marketing hit in the stories when humans weren't looking righty and her brother. Andy came to life and embarked on many adventures I do take care of the family papers at the strong in the archives there. So that's kind of interesting. The name for raggedy ann purportedly came from the titles to james whitcomb riley poems the raggedy man and little orphan any. Oh okay oh. We grow mashing together with raggedy an interesting in two thousand two. The other thing that was inducted was the jigsaw puzzle. Okay yeah we do that during Well in the before times we would do that during lunch as a peaceful. Yeah you know content meditative you feel accomplish at the end of it. Yeah and you could have a conversation or not. Have a conversation that was nice about it is that you're all working towards something soon and feel like you had yeah. It was nice. So there's a rich history behind jigsaw puzzles. I'm not going to get into that today. Perhaps we can talk about jigsaw puzzles in the future what are we doing. They made it into the toy hall of fame. Good in two thousand and three inducted work at the blocks and checkers. Great speaks for itself. Two thousand four it gi. Joe oh yeah all right. So the name for gi. Joe derived from the usage of the term gi joe for a generic us soldier which was itself derived from the more general term gi. So that was used as an initial ism for government issue general issue or ground inventory Depending on who you're talking to. But it did originally refer to galvanized iron I also have to mention in nineteen forty three a pigeon named gi. Joe saved the lives of more than a thousand people. In a small italian village was scheduled to be bombarded by allied forces. So the message that the british had captured the village was delivered by gi joe and it arrived just in time to avoid the bombing and over a thousand people were saved. Oh gosh and then they made a movie about it and whatever so the term gi. Joe might have been in the site. Geist at this point in time in the development of gi joe led to the coining of the term action-figure. First action figure the original eleven and a half inch line which was introduced in nineteen sixty four centered on realistic action. Figures and in the early nineteen eighties. The line was relaunched. Three point seven five inch scale that was complete with vehicles place at a complex background story involving an ongoing struggle between the gi. Joe team in the cobra command which six to take over the free world through terrorism. Yeah i i've heard of that. I remember they to make a movie a little while ago. Oh bush butch haning was almost positive are channing within that we should. We should add that to the list of movies. Yeah for deep long winter we anticipate we are doing a channing tatum movie yes just like we're just gonna watch every movie he's in every would also the rock right. Oh yeah we're going to do the rock and we're gonna do channing tatum regardless of how bad the miser. I'm happy to pop some popcorn. And just as long as it's not a horror movie to watch exactly those are our parameters. Yes no no horror movies. We avoid those and almost all of the oceans movies. Yes we're ignoring twelve completely. I think if we if we start to run out of things to watch because who knows how long winters going to be. I think we also put in tarrant edgerton films. Ooh that's a good idea. He hasn't made a ton. Yes i would really love to rent baby tatum. oh yeah. He is like baby tatum. He's so cute and we didn't see the. What is it called. Archer your robin hood robin hood. That's it the rodman was very bad. But i will watch it. Watch it more. We talking about toys toys. Gi we're talking about yes so gi. Joe was like meant like he was technically a doll but they wanna play with so he became an action figure and he was the first one two thousand four. You have oh yeah. So f- play scrabble. Right now. Could play scrabble right now. I would i would happily play you and scrabble. I used to destroy my ex-boyfriend and scrabble. I would embarrass him on a regular basis at scrabble miss it we had to implement some rules in my house when playing with my brothers. That like billy. You're not allowed to play two letter words or words that you made up. I can see how there will be several in house rules for them so during the great depression Out of work on the alfred butts invented a board game. He called criss cross in which players picked random letter tiles and took turns forming words with them on a grid that looked like a crossword puzzle. He calculated that the letters j k q x z appeared less frequently than other letters so players who use those letters would get more points in nineteen forty eight james bruno and his wife secure the rights to market the game and retitled at scrabble. According to legend scrabble's big break came in nineteen fifty two when jack straus president macy's played the game on vacation and upon return from occasion..

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:55 min | 7 months ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"I guess. So yeah, there's something for it of innately like interesting to human nature to just go back and forth. So a brief for it on first violin versus second violin or a clarinet or whatever. It doesn't necessarily have anything to do with skill especially at the professional level because everyone in a professional orchestras. Really really good. The first violin generally plays the melody on the highest line of notes so I, you can think about highest the second violin supports with the harmony line and that just usually has lower notes and it doesn't have to be to their. It doesn't have to not necessarily limited to first and second there could be third violence or could be fourth violins it depends on well, however many parts the composer feels inspired to write but I would say that to parts is generally common fern instrument like there'll be at least a first the second just like singing you're going to have a melody and you're GonNa have a harmony. You might not necessarily have additional harmonies underneath. One of the first violins in fact, the leader of the first violins is known as the concert master or the first chair of the orchestra. So a few ways to identify the concert master when you're at this classical music concert that you're going to. I the concert master is generally going to be seated to the immediate left of the conductor closest to the audience. So front and center that person like that's the chair of honor the best place that's where they will sit. They may also enter separately onto the stage and like shake hands with the conductor when the conductor comes out. So again, it's all about is an important person sit in the best place they get to come out on their own when the conductor comes out the the conductor shakes hands with one person, the concert master. The concert master also leads the tuning which I will talk about more in a minute what that entails and as the section leader of the violins. The concert master will play the Violin Solos in a piece. If there's no guest soloist, they will also demonstrate and lead movements Lake Boeing for the sections. So everybody was wanting to go up or down and just general like section managements with their petty squabbles or whatever break it up, break it up. Cool off go back your corners think about what you did that sort of just like team leader dynamics that we all have in our jobs of there's like someone who whether officially or unofficially is kind of the person who makes decisions and keeps the team cohesive. So I have a quick question, is the concert master usually if not always a violin. In my experience yes. Okay. That's lake. You know we say like all instruments are equal. That is not really true like the violence that's why there's the most violins and an orchestra that why a lot of the the mean melodies or the main. Parts of played by the violins just through tradition and in classical music. The Violin is the quote unquote most important instruments. So the most important violin is the most important like person of the orchestra leader. Okay. Okay. Good to know. Yeah. Not that that you know fosters discontent among. Network. MISCHA. I'm sure you know whatever. So. Non violinists let's unite. To be a coup. Yeah from the clarinets for. Making making a move yeah. Then dirtiest most organized coup ever. Just sort of quietly shoot daggers. Violent You guys know what you did. Okay let's talk about tuning. These days tuning begins when the oboe plays in a note, not only break that down. First of all, why the oboe the oboe plays the tuning note because Oh goes have been part of the orchestra for a long time like historically the oboe as an instrument was developed very early. Also just for like a logistical purpose the OBA has a really piercing tone. So it's very easy here like Bagpipe like that's Like very easy to hear that when you're on the stage and there's you know audience members are filing in talking and people are noodling around on their instruments and stuff that shrill oboe no just kind of cuts everything down and really helps people realize, oh, we're getting started here. So it's it's really as much a historical reason as it is a logistical reason. Now, I mentioned that the oboe plays in Ainhoa twine note, it's an eight note because every stringed instrument has in a string. So it's easy for them to hone in on that pitch and I don't play a stringed instrument. So I don't know exactly what that entails, but having an a string apparently makes a note a good one to have a good bit of Trivia about this is that these specific note used by United States orchestras is called in a four forty and I. Don't want to do too much into. The science, the four forty means four, hundred, forty, Hertz bub-bubba science I'm sure that people who know science understand that like a four forty s technically different from an a four, thirty nine or a forty eight. But I have had trivia questions ask like you know what note what specific note these when at my pub trivia when the the person asked like, what is the note and you think Oh it's a note and then she'll say be specific and I'll save that means they want us to say a four forty not A. A Ha. I got it. So how does tuning actually work? Well, in theory, everyone in the orchestra has a really good ear right and they can just here by listening whether they are in tune with both a four forty, the absolute pitch, and also with each other because it's not just being in tune with the actual. No, it's like being in tune with everyone that is around you because one person who's perfectly in tune and everyone else isn't that's gonNA sound bad also. in in reality, we're not just relying on our ears we can use technology, right so the oboe EST who plays out initial note might have a tuner or a tuning, APP or some kind of getting a device that shows them whether they are exactly on pitch, and then the other players are just going to match the oboe and again if the Oboe Zahn pitch and other players that are matching the oboe is an on pitch. Those other players may also have their own tuners, right. So they are looking at that and just getting additional information from the technology. We have the technology to figure out is everybody in tune and I have to admit like this is a safe space when I was in high school band and we tuned I just pretended to hear something..

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

08:37 min | 7 months ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Especially, if it's in the background of your consciousness growing up from cartoons or your parents or whatever you've got some awareness. So there may be things that I talk about or music that I played today and you're like, Oh, I know what that is I've heard that and I'm hoping to connect some dots for you or My my own baseline I started playing piano in the fourth grade and clarinet in the sixth grade, and I went into schools that were very technically rigorous about performing and learning all of the theory and all of that stuff. So I've been kind of. Singing and playing in gallivanting for crowds for a while So I come at it both as a performer and as a student as a fan of classical music. But I I will caveat that with you know that adage that doctors are the worst patients i. feel like musicians are the worst audience members because it's really hard to shut off that part of your brain that's thinking about how you would play a piece and just you it's harder to like enjoy the performance and not be judged. I find myself turning into a little randy, Jackson he'd be like Oh a little pitchy. To the professional musician on the stage who's doing things I never even think of doing I'm like Oh. Yeah. But I think you might have missed. One one note there. So that's just that's just I think something that every musician to to some extent even if you're no matter how good you are and even if it's Understandable. I'M GONNA tackle this in in two parts. So in the first part I'm going to give you an overview of the orchestra so that if you find yourself going to a concert for some reason, you know what's going to happen what to do what to expect. Then, in the second part, I'm going to give you kind of cliffs cliff's notes version of classical music history. So you understand a little bit about what you might hear at that concert that you're going you. I'm GONNA give you like context of in a different era what a concert or what a composer was like thinking about what the trends were in music, who some of the heavy hitters were at that time so that when you're at the concert and you see maybe a familiar name or the name of a classical irregular like, oh, I know a little bit about that or If you find yourself in conversation at a cocktail party with a fancy person who is all you know? Yes, you prefer Beethoven's fifth or sixth symphonies and then you can say. More of a Debussy Fan Myself. Oh, I can't wait for them moments and then they dropped their leather glove like on the ground. You know shocking. monocle falls into their brand. Have had the last word. I love it. I love that. But really I mean, there have been so many great misinformation episodes about art that have taught me lots of things about art I am trying to return the favor when it comes to music so that that's kind of the the spirit with which I come to to misinformation today. Thank you. Yes. We're so excited I cannot wait. Well, let's dig into part one, which again is sort of an overview of the orchestra. So let's say you get invited to an orchestra concert. One of the first things that you might ask is like, what exactly am I going to be looking at when I sit down in this because the word orchestra can mean a lot of different things. With orchestras, there are two broad distinctions based on size chamber orchestras and symphony orchestras. A CHAMBER ORCHESTRA is smaller. They're based on the concept of fitting into a room or chamber. So how I think of a picture, an episode of Downton Abbey Right there in a ballroom everyone's dressed up and there's these group of musicians in the corner playing like a waltz or whatever boom that's a chamber orchestra. It's generally smaller there in Tuxedo they don't always have to be in. Tuxedos but it's a smaller group that can fit into a room and that is in contrast to a symphony orchestra and you imagine a. Symphony Orchestra. When you think of like an and traditional orchestra concert in our time, right hundred people, dozens of instruments. These are groups that are designed to play symphony, which is a type of music that will talk about in a bit but that's where they got their name. So this is the kind of orchestra that you'll hear about cities having right the I'm from mill, the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Boston since strata route. So if you go to an orchestra concert today, you're probably going to be seeing a symphony orchestra Great. To other words, you might hear to describe an orchestra and there are descriptors rather than classify are Philharmonic and POPs let me talk a little bit about each of those philharmonic just is scripture to differentiate a specific performing group from the quote Unquote Symphony Orchestra so using. Mock, as an example, there's a Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra if I wanted to start like a rival west side story orchestra to say like I'm taking you down Messo, I might call it the Milwaukee Philharmonic just to make it clear that I'm not the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra that slot already been taken. My group is the Philharmonic. So it's not a type of orchestra. It's just kind of another word that people put in there to make it clear. I'm not the Actual Symphony Orchestra the Oji Symphony. Philharmonic also one of my favorite voice actors from the Simpsons. Hey. Very. Good. and. The word POPs just means that the group plays so called popular music. So that I think show tunes movie music like orchestral versions of beyond say whatever it's just another descriptive word sometimes the quote Unquote Symphony, orchestra, becomes the POPs because on that night they're playing you know Jurassic Park Music or whatever or like on thirty rock when trees. As the workers shredded just play the same for Sunday talk reporters. I want to do that level of rich. Right. That's dream to commission just like Shits Creek inspired music in celebration. Yeah exactly. Innocent the orchestra, the instruments are arranged into four families or sections. The general arrangement if you're looking at it from the perspective of the audience, is that the strings are GonNa? Be in the front and the strings, violins, violas, cellos, double bases. Then behind them is going to be the woodwinds and the middle and woodwinds are flutes oboe. So clarinets and bassoon 's behind the woodwinds you're going to have the brass, which is trumpets French. Horns, trombones, euphonium, and to buzz, and then in the very back is the percussion, which is kind of all of the other stuff and also like the keyboards, the harp, the random things that we couldn't fit in the traditional configuration and like side note as a performer who played the clarinet. So again, woodwinds are in the middle and behind the brass brass are frigging loud. Enjoy that, and so I'm still bitter about. The Trumpet Player who sat behind me blasted in my ear every day at rehearsal I think to myself where is that person now and are they still droning on other people either with their instrument or in spirit but that might just be me being bitter that might be a gripe on behalf of woodwinds everywhere I cannot say. I'm glad to hear it that there is also some there's tensions in the in the orchestral world as well. There are one hundred percent petty rivalry. That's true in every workplace but you know when you bring music into, it doesn't just class the join up. there. So just a lot. So we've been each section instruments sit together. So within the section, like all of the Chelsea will sit together within the woodwind section all the fruits will sit together and this arrangement actually dates only to the nineteen twenties and is known as the Stokowski shift after a guy named Leopold Stokowski on xfinity he was a Philadelphia conductor and before him the differentiator was that the violins the first violins on the second violins would sit on opposite sides of the stage and I'll talk in a minute about what I buy Lynn means or second violins, but they would sit opposite each other on. Different sides of the stage because in a lot of classical music there sort of an interplay between those two parts and for whatever reason people thought, it would be interesting to have music on one side of the stage interplay with music on the other side of the stage and center right next to it like a tennis match..

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:06 min | 8 months ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"NFL playoffs nineteen eighty-one NFL season with fifty eight seconds left in the game, and the forty niners, facing a third and three San Francisco Wide Receiver Dwight Clark made a leaping grab in the back of the end zone to complete a six yard touchdown pass from quarterback Joe Montana, which gave the forty Niners, a twenty eight to twenty seven win over the cowboys, so it's called the catch. Catch the ball. Ball all the time they caught the lots of times before, and since, but the catch is widely regarded as one of the most memorable events in NFL. History. It came at the end of a fourteen play eighty three yard drive engineered by Montana and when you watch when you re, watch this you're like. Was He even trying to throw the ball to Dwight Clark or was he just Salah? Yeah, it was just like. It was only six yard. There's something as pass, okay. We're talking about like other guys that like throw eighty four yard pastelle. This is a six yard touchdown. Pass it third and three and some people are like he was just trying to get rid of the ball and then like gopher. Tried to get it on fourth down instead but. This go forty niners, where the recipients of the catch, and they won the game twenty to twenty seven interesting. Cool all right. So we went for. We had the catch now. We have the drive on January eleventh nineteen seven. This is the DENVER broncos verse the Cleveland Browns. The drive was an offensive series. In the fourth quarter of one, thousand, nine, hundred six AFC championship game played at Cleveland Municipal Stadium Broncos. quarterback John elway in the span of five minutes, and two seconds led his team ninety eight yards down the field and fifteen plays to tie the game with thirty seven seconds left in regulation. Thanks to a touchdown by Mark Jackson, so Denver won the game in overtime making a thirty three yard field goal pulling off a three two twenty. Win Over the Cleveland Browns. This ninety eight yard drive ranks as football prototypical clutch performance. So you will, you'll hear people talk about this today. One fun fact that drive was featured in the movie. Hot Tub time machine. Okay, so they go back in time or in January nineteen eighty-seven, but and they're saying in the in the movie due to the Butterfly Effect. They distracted Mark Jackson. starring. Mark Jackson was distracted by a squirrel and he failed to catch a pass and Cleveland went on to win the game and so. That's just. Like like it was big enough deal in the one thousand nine hundred. This ended up getting into. The? The classic film last film, Hot Tub Time Machine, which I've seen multiple times at this point i. Never seen it. I guess I have to see it now since you've seen it so Yeah, it's it's funny. Oh, yeah, I hear. It's funny. It's certainly again I sometimes i. don't see movies, not because I have no in interest is just doesn't happen to me. Seek them out fairly well, speaking of something that happened to you, January, twenty, seventh ninety-one. WHY RIGHT NO ABOUT TAX! We'll give you the heads. We'll tell you when you tune back in your. So this is the buffalo bills vs New York giants at the end of Super Bowl. twenty-five with eight seconds left in the game. The buffalo bills trailed the New York. Giants by a single point they called for kicker Scott Norwood to try a forty seven yard field goal, which would win the game and the championship for the bills. Okay, but forty seven yards it was considered near the limit of Norwood's kicking range particularly on a grass field at the time. So He's tried. At eight seconds left in the game. The kick had sufficient distance, but it passed about a foot to the right of the right hand goalpost, Oh and the goal attempt failed television sportscaster. AL MICHAELS calling the game for ABC announced the occurrence to a stunned television audience, no good wide right, the giants then took possession with four seconds, left and ran out the clock free. Victory Bills Fans also call this the miss. The bills lost their first of four consecutive Super Bowl Games, and this was the closest team got as the next three. Super Bowls ended with the bills losing by. Considerable margin suitable amounts of points. Yes, the Youtube Song. Stuck in a moment. is about this. I didn't know that Yeah Yeah that song stuck in a moment. The can get out of it. It's about that it's about Scott Norwood. Scott Norwood it wasn't now all his fault. Not But. If I. Remember correctly that the town. Really he was run out. Yes, we're man. so yeah, that was the giants beat the bills in the Super Bowl and that one twenty, two nineteen. I'm sorry bills fans. This isn't going to get any better. No because. January eighth two thousand. We have the music city miracle. That's the Tennessee titans versus the Buffalo. Bills. This took place during the NFL's nine, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety two thousand playoffs, occurring at the end of the AFC. Wildcard playoff game at Adelphia Coliseum in Nashville Tennessee the bills on third down kicked. A field goal was sixteen seconds left on the clock to take a sixteen to fifteen lead. They were pretty much all celebrating at that point, but on the ensuing kickoff return tighten. Tighten state and frank, wide check through a lateral pass across the field to Kevin Dyson, who then ran seventy five yards for the winning touchdown to earn a twenty two to sixteen victory? There is a lot of controversy among bills fans whether the gas from why check dyson was really a lateral, or if it was a forward pass, which would have made it illegal but again..

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"miss" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

08:13 min | 8 months ago

"miss" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Some fucking completely inexplicably Miss Cleo became a hugely popular cultural figure She has spoken word albums affected by simply cannot get. So Much Really. And actually I did finally find them. It took it took some doing, and they are every bit as fucking amazing as you would think her and Shatner together doing yes I I just came when I thought. I'll both like duet, a rocket man. That'd be amazing. So. These are recorded entirely of course in her bullshit accent. So that's that's basically like having Eli. Read his blog while pretending to be marky mark. That's going to be a patron goal now. She's actually such a widely known public figure that she's been parodied by mad. TV and Dave Chapelle. Wow, we should all do character blogs heats. Blog could be really tall. That'd be perfect. Insulin and mine could be co opted by. Forgot I came up with Tony De. Jog Blog Jackie. Asante, righty. Swords that'll be. Your things born. So the second graders network promise that if you called Miss Cleo, you'd get the first three minutes of your genuine Jamaican phone psychic reading for Free Nice after which only had to pay four dollars and ninety nine cents a minute to be lied to don't even five dollars. That's the bargains not bad just. Under. It wasn't the first three minutes was sometimes. Not Free at all is sometimes charge you for that. And then other times. The first three minutes were used to gather information about the caller before they were passed onto the psychic, which turned what would be a cold reading into a hot reading? Because now he just told the scammer bunch of Shit that they could resell backed. It'd be. fucking student who calls in Jamaica. Exactly this is not. Not America's best and brightest. Time, you get to that point. You're right. Yes, times the first three months free minutes. They just put you on. Hold. Nice and hold events amazing so. Do you got to read, and you didn't very often actually get to talk to Miss Cleo, but rather one for associates, so think like. Jamaican psychic els I guess Sampras is busy so. Of course psychic powers aren't real. Also that Psychic Elf. Call Center is the land of misfit ploys. Did sometimes. Put You on hold for your three minutes. Start you and he starts you. Yeah I'm going to pitch something you guys. Let's do a fifteen minute. Hold every episode when he passed. Fifteen minutes of Elevator reggae music playing. Music it has no beginning or end. It'll be perfect so a little flavor here on these infomercials all right someone. Please onscreen as Miss Cleo looking smug and Sassy sitting in like a high backed wooden chair, rescued from an estate sale while two thousand swirly background effects transported both Michigan Ohio and the viewer to a world between world. This is on a television everybody. It's like. Phone was really big and heavy. A caller's voice would appear seemingly summoned by Miss. CLEO's insistence query dodge early wanted. Racist solely, Holler! It's not as racist as it is super racist color voice, fraught with concern implores Miss Cleo to tell her who the father of her baby was. This is from a commercial, not a Maury Povich CLEO's smiling. Just another day in another world begins Flipping Tarot cards over across the table, and with barely a glance in their direction and forms the caller. Alright, let's take a look. Familiar test is gonNA doing. He's the one that's very unpleasant. Okay craze, also the one who had another girlfriend while he was sleeping with you, but you knew that. Jefferson caller Jesus it's by the might and righteousness of Miss, cleo's other worldly proclamation, moralizing and slut shaming shamefacedly mutters. I know. We caught him by the way they were both butt naked banging on the bathroom floor off. Debts. has got to do it in the voice. Meanwhile though at the same. Ish No illusions himself. A longtime tarot reader thought to himself. Oh my God is this. Why fucking sound and At least one a happy. Story. This didn't prevent psychic readers network from doing rather a lot of business so in just three years they build out a billion dollars. A billion of face psychic bullshit. Let me put that in perspective for you I the people on the other end of the line. who weren't even deluding themselves into thinking that they were site. Leaders Network million it's. We'll get to the number means. The second graders network had an army of work from home employees cold reading via prepared scripts. They made about twenty cents a minute. Miss Cleo as the spokesperson over the course of three years. She made about a half a million dollars over the course of that time. I mean those people at home. They got twenty cents a minute and five. CLEO because. They were all Seattle. Theater people and they needed. The money comes out who the hell knows, which is worth more. Just worth more than almost all of my 401k. Also a billion is a really fucking huge number, especially when that billion build in five dollars increments right so a billion dollars at five dollars. A minute is two hundred million minutes. Six million people call this six. Million People Hall okay? Average call was thirty three minutes of. CLEO explaining why you have HPV and then being. I'M GONNA message from your dead father. He says your phone bill is going to be one hundred sixty five dollars today. Average. So like. This is three point three three million hours of people lying to desperately lonely at a rate of three hundred dollars an hour for three hundred dollars an hour. You can hire attractive people to lie to you with their bodies and be rather worst shirt. You guess the ending. Get a paternity test for. Any comment on that Senator Graham hire people. Talk. Actually. Actually see you might have to cut that Joke Andrews the signed his airtight. Senator Graham! Says your airtight, too, so you? Know he doesn't take. The second readers work wasn't content only to charge people who called right. Sometimes they charged people who never called at all. They charged minors. They charge people who were dead. A for calls made after those people were dead well from another dimension. I was just helping. To, get more people to call the company employed Miss Cleo Robo calls to messages that Miss Cleo had a dream about them, and they needed to urgently find out what it was all about these remarks, not realizing that dreams are fucking boring and even less useful and crystal. worriedly returned to Miss Cleo's voicemail. Okay, I'm getting.

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"miss" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"miss" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"In the next few minutes. By the time I finished recording this I may end up taking back. Something that I've been saying for many years and firmly stood by that I don't miss people places or things. Allow me to explain why that has been my truth for so long. And how? I'm working on reconciling. Something of recently noticed that might negate my previous point of view. The word missing implies that something as well missing that something is not whole or complete because it lacks a missing component it's a mindset of deficiency insufficiency deficit or scarcity. Perhaps you can already understand. Why after years of centering? My attention on the abundance in life and being grateful for available rather than focusing on what isn't of essentially trained myself to not only see every moment and circumstance as a whole and complete but to honor it as such every second of each day is a gift friendships and relationships are to be treasured while they last health youth. Everything is so temporary but that briefest of moments is everything to think of what's lacking or even entertain comparing a moment to some ideal version of it. We have in our heads or a memory of something from the past is to take the present moment for granted in fact to not be in it at all so when people ask me if I miss a good friend or relative who has passed away for example or even if I Miss Hawaii after living there for ten years my answer is always the same I think of it fondly and I have great memories but I refuse to save my current. Life is incomplete without it or somehow subpar without someone in it. Doing so would be dismissive of the gift in my life today. And I believe taking things for granted is our greatest downfall so I focus on what who is in my life and a celebrate each breath rather than spend a moment entertaining the idea that my life is somehow incomplete. We believe whatever we tell ourselves and life would be a real downer if we start believing that it's missing something. I'm not cold or insensitive about it. I've just gotten really good at shifting perspective toward what's in front of me rather than what's behind. It took some practice of catching myself. Every time I compared any moment too. How much better? I thought it could be and just enjoy it for what it is. I love my dad. Sure but do I miss him. No I see the blessing of having had one in the first place I would feel like I'm being extremely ungrateful if I wish for things to be any different like being given an inch and then wanting a mile if that makes sense be grateful for what you have and you'll have plenty of it. That's been my mantra for a few years. Now that have rationalized it. I'm going to try to take a counter. Stance explain what I recently noticed and admittedly. I've even tried to deny moving away from the last town. I was in to where I am now has been an interesting mixture of being in a place. That is blissfully rural close to the mountains in the ocean in a mostly quiet and devoid of stimulation environment. Which for me is ideal. It's much colder than I can handle. With a smile on my face since wear multiple layers or staying indoors with a heat turned on feels extremely confining to me and. I'm a bird that does not thrive in a cage. But if I'm really honest with myself I don't think the cold weather here has been my biggest challenge. You know how some bathrooms have light bar above the mirror with multiple lightbulbs when people fill each socket with a hundred watt bulb. The bathroom is way too. Bright almost blinding. But when there's only one lightbulb burning forty watts and all the rest of them are burnt out. Then good luck. Finding a contact lens should one fall out of your hand. I don't have fancy lighting in my bathroom. But in life I have managed to create the ideal balance of time spent indoors and outdoors eating healthy without obsessing over it not having too many acquaintances or not enough friends making God a big part of my life but not so big at alienates people in other words just the right amount of light in bathroom. Light Bulb Terminology. Let's just say I've gotten good at having every other lightbulb on this trip turned on which is perfect. Sometimes when you have such lighting in your bathroom or somewhere in your home and one of the bulbs goes out. You don't notice it right away. You just figure it's late at night that you have a sleep. Maybe things just seemed dimmer. Because you're in a dream state until one day. You finally realized that one of the light bulbs that used to shine just enough light to balance things out is no longer shining and he don't realize it right away but it makes a huge difference in how well you can see the world this perhaps the greatest metaphor but I now realize that my biggest obstacle living here hasn't been to weather. It's that I moved away from a friend who was a very important source of light in my life so the question I asked myself is do i. Miss her is that what people mean when they say the miss someone would. I still miss her. If I found another source of light may be all I need to do is get better at shifting. My focus keep in mind. There's no conclusion to this line of inquiry. I truly don't know I just realized that there's perhaps the possibility of simultaneously being extremely grateful for the gifts in my life joyous and even dare I say complete while still missing someone or something. It doesn't make sense technically or linguistically. But I'm going to stop saying don't miss because maybe I do and just haven't found the words with which to express it yet have been so adamant that life is not about the glass half full or half empty. It's about being grateful to have a glass in the first place but maybe it's not an either or situation but the coexistence of all those perspectives at once. Life the glasses half full of water half full of air half empty of water half empty of air and a complete glass. Just the same full of possibilities. The first principle of Buddhist boot camp is that the opposite of what you know is also true so should come at no surprise that what? I thought I knew is true. The opposite is as well when I say it's safe to trust those. Who searched for the truth but be wary of those who claim to have found it. Be Wary of yourself as well. If you cling to your truth too tightly something might happen. One day to show you. It wasn't the whole truth and nothing but the truth it was just one side of it and they are many. May We all live in peace with not knowing. The only thing I know for certain is that I don't know anything for certain timber. Hawkeye's the best selling author of faithfully religion and Buddhist boot camp for additional information. Please visit Buddhist boot Camp Dot com for you can order autograph books to support the Prison Library Project. Watch tempers inspiring tedtalk and join our monthly mailing list. We hope you have enjoyed this episode and invite you to subscribe for more thought provoking discussions. Thank you for being a soldier of peace in the army of fluff..

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Mm-hmm. My heart has grown three sizes. This day I was like so sweet and lovely. Yeah it's like you don't remember number. Anything else was talked about in the last hour. Exactly all right laid on me. I'm feeling good Harris. Yeah it is December after also time to put on some of your favorite holiday specials amador's Doug Christmas nineteen seventy seven special produced by which beloved puppeteer. Jim Henson is absolutely Jim Henson and we have an entire episode dedicated to Jim. Henson in case you missed it. That's episode thirty four. The original muppet. Man It's very good. They were the plug. So many things up I will tell you that I also plug a lot about Martha in mind. Cause once you've been talking for three years at those uh-huh overlying all right question to Denzel. Washington is an actor director and People Magazine's first man of color. It'd be named the sexiest man alive. He's won the two Academy Awards one in nineteen eighty nine the other in two thousand one name either of the films for which he received an Oscar. Okay I know one and I'm going to guess on the second one I know I only have one is one of them. Glory Okay so it's glory and then the second one was at training day. Yes okay. I'm so sorry was nineteen thousand nine. He played private silas tip and he received the best supporting actor Oscar and in Training Day in two thousand and one. He played detective Alonzo Harris for which he received the best. Ask Best after a best faster. Who's got a great ask her? Hey Factor Oscar. He also started in saint elsewhere in from nineteen needed to two thousand nine hundred eighty eight and he has received much critical acclaim for his homework since the nineteen eighties including his portrayals of real life figures And he has come out he has become a really really great director. Yeah and he's been he's been nominated for all kinds of words for being a director too so this man is married to the same woman for thirty five years. There's he's got a handsome son. Who's also I think our writer at an actor that sons right he still? He could still get it from Lt. He is still very handsome handsome he should. He should probably to wikipedia page. Yeah that's been personal. Still get it. Let's still get it question. Three this bully dress entertainer and noted plastic surgery enthusiasts has composed more than three thousand songs including a farewell song the top the charts in both nineteen in seventy two in one thousand nine hundred eighty in both nineteen seventy four and nineteen ninety. Two who is this well known philanthropists singer and of course pigeon forge Tennessee tourism advocate. Why that's Miss Dolly Parton? Of course it is. One of my favorite facts about her is that she entered a Dolly Parton look like drag contests on Halloween one year and she lost. I love that my my God ecologist name is Joe Lean and I get that song just staying ahead yet every time I go and she also founded the Dolly Parton Imagination Library which promotes literacy by sending free books to children from birth through age five in the US UK. Canada Australia and Ireland also Dolly the Sheep Young. She was named after her. Oh I didn't because the sheep was derived from Memory Glenn Cell and the scientists said that they couldn't think of quote a more impressive pair of glands than those of Dolly Parton. Wow Oh okay. While that's both a sexist. I still think it's kind of what I bet she loved. I truly honored also net flicks. Now I don't know if you've seen this has like Dolly. Parton is now going through all of her songs and she like presents a song. And then somehow there's like like there's actors like portray the story of a hallmark movie polity and she always plays a part in the little like like vignette about the song and it looks so corny but I am going to say. Oh she's also been married to the same end for fifty ears and like she says she has so much love and she's I am so witty and self allocating and just a lovely kind person. Unless unless Dolly Parton. I think there's a there's a podcast series out now. Called Dolly Parton is America which is like a nine episode thing that takes look at her life to. I haven't had a chance to check it out yet but I should say well I feel like the podcast Dolly Parton America. uh-huh a nine episode shows about Dolly Parton. Probably a lot of the heavy hitting I know but I mean we take take sure selfishly. I just WanNa talk about Dolly Parton for an hour and have an excuse to do it but I think if we did it like got Christmas we could call it getting jolly about Dali next year guys. Next year it won't be December will be a nicer month just in general question for a twenty eleven Reuters poll revealed the Diss Multiple Emmy Award. Winning actress and pioneer of Television was the most popular and most trusted celebrity among Americans which ninety seven year old actress. Can you always thank for being a friend. Another person who should live forever. And that Miss Betty White we up to keep her safe whiskey. Thank you percents. In August eighteen weights career was celebrated in. PBS documentary called Betty White First Lady of Television Documentary was filmed over a period of ten years featuring archive footage footage and interviews from colleagues and friends. She's also an animal rights advocate on top of everything else in her busy schedule. She's I think she's won. Eight emmys across cross-lake sixty year. Oh my gosh amazing. Yeah she's the most precious thing the question five. But you don't have to take my word for it. This actor starred as the uncooking Tate in the nineteen seventy seven TV mini series roots before becoming the host of a long-running. PBS Children's program. Name this actor who also held the starship despite his character having impaired sight. That's Lavar Burton are Burton. My favorite Lavar is is when he appeared as himself on community when Trey got to finally meet him. 'cause he's like his one here true hero. Oh he was struck completely speechless. And then at the end credits they show trae like singing the reading rainbow theme song alone in a bathroom breaking out in tears. Soga God it's unexpected. You know yeah I reading rainbow was like my number two favourite show when I was little. Under what Sesame Street and I was obsessed with Lavar Burton I loved him deeply like he was an uncle. I loved him I really they wanted to know how to get on that show. That was what always like. Like how do I get to help people about take my word for it but bump. Yeah we're all these little attractive child actors that got to talk about their child actors. Yeah they were child actors still. I'm they were that's really disciplining. Sorry I'm sorry. But just just think that now that they were they weren't they weren't going to take thank you that you weren't a professional child actor. Sure well all right question six Fred. Rogers passed away in two thousand three. But we're in the middle of a resurgence of nostalgia around his career and for the MIC feelings. He inspired across several generations named both of the major movies released in recent years with him as the focus. A documentary in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nine hundred film based on an esquire article. Okay so the one. That's that just recently. Came out is called a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Yes then the other one is. Won't you be my neighbor. Yes yes So Pittsburgh claimed him as one of its own Mister Rogers neighborhood had ran from nine hundred sixty eight two thousand in was produced at wkbd studios in Pittsburgh love him question. Seven the crocodile Hunter Steverman owned and operated a zoological park in Queensland all the proceeds from the Irwin's television shows went to an animal conservation and building new exhibits. What is the name of this attraction Shen located at sixteen thirty eighth? Steve Irwin Way Beerwah. Queensland is it like I don't know the Crocodile Center Or like the Crocodile Zoo crikey crocodile center or something like that. What is it that it no? It's called called the Australia Zoo. Australia Zoo Australia Zoo so so good to. I had a good. I had a good thing going. St Ruins message was obviously to be kind to animals and he believed in conservation through exciting education. As as we all know he passed away in two thousand six while snorkeling along the Great Barrier Reef after a stingray. Barb went into his heart in two thousand nine. A new species of land snail L.. Called Cranky Steve Her Winnie knows named after him and his wife. Terri daughter Indians. Bob continued to work at the Australia Zoo and continue his legacy Agassi. He is buried at an undisclosed location at the Australia Zoo. I'm what I just got chills. What so you could be going to Australia Zoo? Walking around pet animals learning about things and Steven when himself is right below your feet that that freaks me out what I didn't make an. Oh you didn't hear that bendy just got married. Do you remember when she she was. I remember when she was bored. You okay so like Terry was an American and I was like how did they meet. They met because like he was running zoo. Zoo like it was just like called the the bureau reptile centers at that point and she was a tourist from America met him started talking to him and then like she move there for him and then they got married. We didn't cry at all during the Salad Bar This is so nice. Questioning Oprah. Winfrey ran her upon us. Daytime Talk Show for twenty five years with viewers looking to her for recommendations ends on what to buy try and of course read in September. Two thousand five. She selected the memoir a million little pieces for her book club. But after it came too late the book was a total fabrication. Oprah Oprah had what author accused of literary forgery back on her show to explain himself. I can see I can see the book cover in my mind's eye. It's James Frye. Yes so fry appeared on Oprah show again in January two thousand six to explain himself and contend that the same drug addiction that the memoir recounted accounted led him to lie in his radio over had none of that now and she excoriated fry on television and told him that she felt like he betrayed millions of readers. She she not only excoriated him in front of millions of people and like ruined his reputation and his writing career but he thanked her for it like that is. That's how powerful Oprah is and that book. I remember when that whole scandal came out. And we moved it at Schwarzen- bubble to memoir from memoirs fiction. Like it just re tagged it just put a different place. Yeah move all right. Speaking of non-fiction question question. Nine if there's one white guy in Hollywood love by everyone it's Tom. Hanks or as sparkles America's Dad on the four of his films. And you told me the real life person he portrayed in that movie okay all right okay. First Apollo Thirteen. You know. I pol thirteen was he and I can't think of a single astronaut right now. Now I got this tail end. No not Dan John. That's a good guess..

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Basically considered like the one of the worst flops of all too yeah yeah I could. It actually made a lot of money. Oh did it like it wasn't good but it made a lot of money. I don't think I ever saw it. I mean I get the premise like Oh. The world's covering water like they have a name. It's right in the name that is there's gotta find gas or something. I'm thinking I might be mixing it up with Mad Max Max but I'm water for like I think that's what it was. Questioning true or false. Eleanor Roosevelt said quote women are like teabags. You never know how how strong they are until you put them in hot water. I'M GONNA say false on that. Bitch is the true false yes yeah. She was too smart of a lady to be reduced to such trite. Thank you yeah <hes> so this has been attributed to her without any original source in her writings. No one has ever been able to find the quote in any of her personal or published papers. Sorry very similar remark was attributed to Nancy Reagan in a March twenty ninth eighteen ninety one eighteen ninety one. She was in a live nineteen eighty one article in the observer which she said a woman is like a tea bag only in hot water de realize how strong she is. I could see Nancy Reagan's absolutely okay. Nancy Reagan for sure yet. There's no to learn more about Elnora felt you can go back to my episode called Mrs Roosevelt which is all about her. It's very good and finally question ten based the series by Philip Reeve this twenty eighteen post apocalyptic adventure film was meant to spawn a movie franchise but instead fell flat very very flat though the Guardian described ascribed as steam punk star wars with a bit of low octane Gilliam in game in on the side what film about mobile cities after the sixty minute were definitely needed an intensive tuneup up before it hit theaters and became the biggest box office bomb of twenty eighteen so I keep seeing ads for this on my roku channel whether lying pressed the center bunny an but now to see it's like it's like movable cities are like machine cities are like cities is that walk the cities that walked the war of the cities that trotted about along the cities that we should have the city's the trotted about copyright. Missouri but we're going to write a treatment. It's called us. GonNa make me crazy. <hes> <hes> it's like they're like mobile cities that fight each other and it sounds like a cool idea to a certain extent and they're called walkie walkie. Cities cities are going for a walkie her walk the walkie. What's it called. What's IT called mortal engines. This is why when we go on other podcasts. They helped a bleep us out so much latch. We do a lot of swearing after you're not getting an answer right engines dammit. I've see it like literally every day. When I go go to turn on my forensic files before bedtime through like. Do you want to watch more to legends. I'm like no thank you would rather see a dead body. CITIES WANNA go for walking walk us so for mortal engines in two thousand eighteen. The production budget was one hundred million dollars. Oh my God the loss one hundred seventy five million donald serious. He's going to get to make any more movies about cities. The walk around and Munch of other cities was this based on a book or on a series by Philip Reeve. Okay that's too bad 'cause. I imagined that I missed all no. It's not his fault. I bet they're good books. Yeah I mean there. Were good enough to someone to be like yeah. Let's make a movie this US yep there. You Go Great Job Warren thanks I I pulled a couple of those out of nowhere so grace a lot. That was very good. Thanks very much Julia and if you would like to <hes> email us and tell us about your experience with ballet or or about the worst movie that you've ever seen that's fine too <hes>

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"So Poseidon who's the father of policy miss, then cursed a deceased to wander the for ten years during which he would lose all of us grew in return home, only through the aid of others, after the escape, a deceased and his crusade, with alias. King endowed by the gods. With the winds. He gave it as a leather bag containing all the winds except the west wind a gift that would have ensured, a quick safe return house. Yeah. Just as if came into sight, the greedy, sailors, open the bag this, you slept thinking, contained gold. But instead, all the winds flew out and the resulting storm. Drove the ships all back where they came. You know, and that is when a deceased killed all his men, and that's why he came home alone. The men, then encountered, summating giants oh gosh. And then a deceased ship reached an island with the witch goddess, but a deceased had been warned by Hermes, and he took an herb called moly, which made him resistant, it's magic. Later, they had the problem with the sirens, who sang Incheon song that normally caused passing fillers to steer toward the rocks hit them and sink all the sailors, had their ears plugged up with beeswax except for a deceased, who was tied to the mast since he wanted to hear the song, he told a sailor's not to untie as it would only make one drought himself. They then pass through between the six months or Silla and the world. Poultry abyss nearly voiding death then there was a big shipwreck and only deceased revived until he was taken in by clip. So he gets home, finally with the help of these guys. He's been telling the story to all along. Yeah. He wins an archery competition to compete for his wife Penelope. And then he sleighs all the suitors. So the goddamn blood. Oh, gosh. That's the odyssey everybody. And then, you know that he didn't just subtle in for, like a nine to five job where they had like What? what? No, no, no. That did not happen. The one of the other big heroes that we all got annot is hair Cleese, okay? Roman. He's Hercules in Greek. He's heracles. It's gotten a little a little muddled between time so hair. Cleese is the son of Zeus who rises to Olympia at his death, the Romans adopted the Greek version of his life in works essentially unchanged. Perk, Yalies is renowned for his incredible strengthen bay ry. But he lacks intelligence and self control. Most of adventures begin with a horrible mistake that he makes in his attempts to fix it. His most famous fees are the twelve labours of Heracles. Oh, you're the punishment he receives for murdering his family in a fit Amandus. I'm sorry. That's his Virginia. That's not in the Disney version, everyone so to tone for his crime. Herrick was required to carry out ten but he added two more. Labor's set by his arch enemy, your Theiss, who had become king inheritances place, if he succeeded, he would be fight of a sin and as myth. Said he would become a God and be graded immortality. So he is a lot on the line live. Yeah. Lot lot to go ahead and do these things. So I he was just given ten things to do like, here's my to do list just done. And then you're added more to it. Here's what they are one slay, the nemean lion. Eric lease defeated align that was attacking the city of with his bare hands. And after he succeeded he wore the skin is a cloak to demonstrate his power over the opponent. He had just feed. It. Okay. That's a little much. But okay to slay the nine headed hydra, fire, breathing monster with a lion's head in a body of many snakes which lay in a swamp near learn a- Hera had Senate in hope that it would destroy hair his home city, because she thought it was invincible with help from his nephew, I allows heat defeated the monster..

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The existence of death caused by the hands of the proud is Inaki and his abandoned wife is a NAMI. So he went so she died. She died, given given birth to the fired child. Yes. Then he goes into Liz. Like I love her so much. I miss her. And then he saw that she was real dead. And he was like Lang Lang exorcists. Yes. Like in the shining. Yes. That, that one room, the lady, and the shining, I had nightmares about, oh, my leave. Probably what month. Bad dream without awful. And then he's like, Nope, bad idea Scooby doo himself out of their exactly. And then that's why that's why we death now. Yeah. So, and they never go back together. Because I mean she's pissed I don't blame her. I mean like flushes falling off. That's true. I mean it's, it's probably hurts a lot. So as to be expected is inaugurated onto purify himself after recovering from his descent to Yomi took a quick shower like can't. So as he undressed and removed the adornments of his body each item that he dropped to the ground formed, a God. Again, God's just pop out an okay. So even more gods came into being when he went to the water to wash himself, the most important ones were created once he washed his face. Okay. Tadasu incarnation of the son from his left eye suco, yo, me, the incarnation of the moon from his right, eye, and Susanna. Oh, incarnation of storms from his nose is inaugural unto divide the world between them with dot SU inheriting the heavens took yummy taking control of the night and moon and the storm God Susannah. Oh, owning the cease in some versions of the myth, Susanna rules, not only the seas, but also all elements of a storm, including snow and hail, and in rare cases, even sand. Mean it make sense. It's near the. Yeah, jason. C. J C, Jason he gets to. Okay. So I'm not at OSU the powerful sun, got us of Japan is the most well known daddy of Japanese mythology. So the sun goddess her feuding with her brother Susanna, oh, her uncontrollable, brother, however, is equally infamous and appears in several tales one story tells about Suzannah's. Wicked behavior told is Inaki, who tired of Suzannah's repeated complaints banishes him to you me, your knowing you're going to hell with your mom. So Susannah grudgingly acquiesces, but he I has I to attend some unfinished business. He goes to Tacoma. Hotta heaven, to bid farewell, to a sister on Matilda SU an Amazon knows that he is unpredictable and does not have good intentions, and is prepared for battle. She says, what for what purpose, do you come here, and he says to safer, well, but she does not believe him and requests, a contest for proof of his good faith because, you know, there's always contests in these things. So a challenge is set to as who can bring forth, more noble and divine children, because they could make children as much as they came. So I'm Tadasu creates three women from Susanna sword while Susannah makes five men from Matata sues ornament chain. Claims the title to the five and are attributed to Santo both God's declare themselves to be victorious and Tadasu insistence in her claim stripes Zanoto too violent campaigns that reach their climax when he hurls a half flayed pony, which is an animal secret to Tadasu into matilda's, weaving hall, and causes the death of one of her attendants. Yeah. He's a real jerk. So I'm gonna cut off sue angered by the display highs in the cave called Wasco as the sun got us disappears into the cave. Darkness covers the world because she's the sun goddess all of the Gazan got us to strive to coax Tata, sue out of the cave, but she ignores them all. She was like, no I mean my cane, he threw a pony. My attendance dead, one finally the Kami of Mary -ment on Nozomi hatches a plan. She places a large bronze mirror on a tree facing matilda's cave. Then do me clothes herself and flowers and leaves overturns a washtub and begins to dance upon it dry. During the tub with her feet, finally zoom sheds the leaves and flowers and dances, naked all of the male gods. Roar with laughter and Tadasu becomes curious. What's everybody laughing about?.

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"TV series was also a huge hit and rain on ABC from nineteen forty nine to nineteen fifty seven. Also, the guy who played Tahoe in the TV show was actually a native American man, he was mohawk. And I forgot his last name. It's not iron is something else. Steal over. He'll this wasn't just like. Yeah. It wasn't like a million guy was just which happened more often than our Lebanese a lot of anyway question over six ironically Hollywood was extremely successful during the great depression, mostly because people like the escape FDR once said of this actress when the spirit of the people is lower than at any other time during this depression, it is a splendid thing that for just fifteen cents an American can go into a movie and look at the smiling face of a baby and forget his troubles. What sweet singing dancing baby talking about Shirley temple. It is really temple. Did you know? That at the time false claims circulated the temple was not a child, but a thirty year old core due in part to her stocky body. That's me. Apparently the rumor was so prevalent, especially in Europe that the Vatican dispatched father Silvio Massana to investigate whether she was indeed a child what? Yeah. Differ heard of that. I know I had never heard of that. Also, they said that she couldn't be a kid because she never had any missing teeth during her like one issue be on screen and stuff. And the thing was they just use flippers. Just. Yup. Just like packed it in a fake tooth. And also they said that they filed her adult teeth down to make it look like, maybe she was actually child everyone. That's not a real thing. Also by nineteen thirty nine. There were fifteen thousand movie theaters in the United States more than banks and the number of theaters per capita was twice that of the mid nineteen eighties. So movies were like a big. Well, it was the only place you see movies, really. Okay question. Number seven March fourth nineteen fifty four this Canadian Bibi was born on this date and went on to act. Onto Acton movies waiting for guffman and home alone. But let's be honest. She's best known for her wigs and her pajama vests who is this comedian, let alone. I think that's Catherine O'Hara. Read the debate. Did you read her article in vulture, so good? She's so funny. And so good guys if you don't watch it's Greek you should be watching it. There's four seasons of it on Netflix, the fifth seasons airing. Now, I personally didn't start watching until like season three because the name it turned me off. Don't let the view. It's an amazing television show. The best thing to come out at Canada probably ever more arose her geared Moyer arose is I would just if there were no other characters in the show. I would just watch her like swan around a mid western Canadian town. I'm assuming it's so her clothes are so good everything about she. So amazing. She's hysterical. Catharine can take that to take that to the Bank catheter hair. If you're listening, we love you. She's not she's in care about this anyway eight that's true. I don't know that for a fact if you if any of you, Catherine if any of you know, Catherine O'Hara, please give us. Gives us. No, don't tell us tell her. She should listen to podcast. Okay. Question of rate. The youngest of the big five archaic pictures emerged in nineteen twenty eight after a merger with the Radio Corporation of America are as well known logo a dog looking confused -ly into an Edison. Phonograph bell was originally a painting done by British artist Francis, Barada whose title an image was trademarked. What is the title of the painting and subsequent logo? His master's voice. It is his masters. Just killing this so Cording to contemporary gramophone company publicity material the dog a terrier named Nipper had originally belonged to Baratz brother, Mark when Mark Barat died Francis..

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"And everyone's like Reich, your Reicher chimera and they like hand Metron boat. And he's like, no I can't and they're like no play and someone starts like an intro. Beep beep on the piano, like bump bump, bump bump bump, and he's like, okay. Okay. And he picks up the trombone. Everyone's losing their shit. It's probably they've forgotten. What it sounds like? And he's like an and he's not a good fake trombone player, if I remember correctly, that's the funniest part about it is I think on the the first time they ever did it he recorded his own music. Yeah. But then for later ones, they got some I guess it was just too good or too complicated. They got they got some other professionals to play it and then dubbed over it. But apparently like he can do it legit. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I guess I just I don't Rikers my favorite character. Maybe I'm just like I'm just dismissing him just so that I can. Yeah. That's a possibility but still card playing that flute to me is not nearly as impressive as wrecker in the bone the bone in front of a three piece on. He does. Very first time. He plays it. He is on the holiday, and he says now you band, piano, bass drums and bone for me. And I tried not to giggle because I was only six years old and didn't. Bring me the bone. I wanna tool around. What he calls when the played the bone to bone. Boehner Andrew, they just call him the bones. And you'll even and you leave it at that. Oh my God. I love it so much. I learned wonderful. I learned so much today. Thank you, Andrew this fall. Thank you. Both having me on. It's always a delight. Always a pleasure to have you on. So tell us a little bit about your podcast kind of cross cross reference. Well, my podcast is intermittently released when I get people like you who have topics of interest who want to ask slower burning quiz questions about something whether you like to be educational and so on some of our previous episodes in the very first one we did it was about the provinces of Canada because there are ten of them. And so it was a natural place to start perfect. Right. We did people come on talk about mythology to lovely people. I know talked about television. That's us. And. Abeer? People who didn't drink beer so that that could have been planned better. But the idea is it's time to for a little bit of education in your style. But built around asking questions, so as meant to provoke discussion in much the same way, your guys, do you? The fact I was a little worried when I started come up with the concept and start listening you that might be a little too close. But I think we've got our own little areas mapped up, and it was long as cross hosting in these kinds of things still no, really. And it's called ten things. I wish you knew and where where can people get it? There's no fencing website for it. There is a Facebook page for it that links back to where you can find it on I tunes and Google play and think it's a regionally through pod bean. So if you go to Padre, and you can find it there too. But it should be available on any podcast app that goes through apple or Google play. Great. Well, thank you, Andrew. This was absolutely wonderful. Do you have anything else to plug? Nothing in particular, other than I'm sad to be missing you geek bowl. Your team is going to be the pretty awesome team play with because it's it's you two and your husband's and my good friend Mara. And her husband gets his address is also well known Mara for a long time. So I'm not gonna say interests in equally good friend because Morrison's nineteen ninety eight. But that is a pretty an interest is a particularly great trivia guy to you're gonna have a lot of fun. And it's gonna be great. And I'm sorry that my work commitments have gotten in the way. Yeah. We'll we will miss you terrible. Because we were looking forward to seeing you. But we'll just have to make sure that we meet up at some point in the near future until we meet again. Well, thank you so much do. Thank you. And. Yeah, if you need to catch up on any of our backlog, you can find us

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"So she's been to final. She says there's one up here in Damara Skoda main, and it is buck wild the town has a whole festival every year devoted to gigantic pumpkins. This year's biggest was something like seventeen hundred pounds. I know it's crazy. I haven't made it to the regatta years because it used to be on the weekend. But it got so popular that they moved into a Monday for crowd control, which is a bummer. Like these guys attached outboard Motors to their pumpkins and race around the inlet. It's the most glorious thing. So if you ever chance to pump regatta, it's well worth it. Maybe you even have by now. Anyway, I'm going to get back to listening. Thank you for a great podcast. Oh, okay. First of all so chart. I love it. Thank you so much. Jesse was amazing. Also, we have to get to it this regatta next summer. We need to go to Demers go to main. We're doing I. Do we gotta do a New England. Yes. Missing faux pot tours. I gotta go back to Boston. See the molasses. Yes. Thing about the molasses. Yes. We're gonna go. We're gonna some which stuff because do is stop and Salem. And then we're going to this. Good. We're going to have to need to watch guy. Try and not sink his ass in inlet in giant, pumpkin. That's amazing. So thank you. So we've got somebody funding emails from people again who have either discovered us as a result of a showing up on your podcast. Thank you so much to triviality in trivial warfare for having us on in recent months. Also, you should check out our friend. Andrew Thomas, podcasts ten things..

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Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"They think they think they were really really close to getting the paintings back overly thousand eight from some French gangsters. Oh my God. But something something got tipped off. Somebody got spooked, and it and it finished again. So. Yeah. Could you imagine getting those back on my God, I would died because like with Rembrandt there are, you know, like you said he painted like six hundred paintings or something or the people in his school under him all that stuff. But Vermeer, I don't know if you're gonna talk about premier no not offer. But Vermeer there's only like thirty two known Vermeers in the world one of them is missing from this garner museum. So if they keep if they start hearing about like underground like somebody has Vermeer that they wanna get rid of like they can pretty much pinpoint that this is what that is. Yeah. So so crediting last seen last seen podcast plug from Jillian. Julia novakovic. So yeah. The storm in the galley is a very beautiful painting. That is still missing from the Gardner. Also, the Nightwatch from sixteen forty two I have a little bit of extra information about that too. So it's called officially the militia company of captain FRANZ bonding coke. So it's pretty big he painted it between sixteen forty and sixteen forty two. This picture was called a Denakil by the Dutch and the Nightwatch by sir Joshua Reynolds, because by the eighteenth century the picture was so dimmed and defaced that it was almost indistinguishable. And it looked quite a night scene after it was cleaned. It was discovered to represent broad day party of musketeers stepping from gloomy courtyard into.

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"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"miss" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Business in two thousand nine. He dated actress Adrienne Beilon from two thousand seven until two thousand nine well, she cheated girl. She was a cheetah girl. Yes. And she was apparently the love of his life. Their relationship was documented in the family reality TV show, and after months of speculation in October two thousand twelve Kardashian confirmed through his Twitter account that he and singer Rita ORA were dating he dated her and they only dated for like two months. He was a contestant on season thirteen of dancing with the stars. Which was in two thousand eleven he ended up in second place against JR Martinez and Karina Smirnoff. He was one of the final judges of Miss USA two thousand twelve and that same year he participated in. Fox's dating game show the choice. And of course, he launched launched his sock line called, Arthur, George. In December twenty fifteen. It was reported that Kardashian was hospitalized after falling ill and diagnosed with diabetes in January twenty sixteen. He began dating model black China. That's black without a K Eireann any China with the why and China with wife on April fifth twenty sixteen. Rob and China announced their engagement via Instagram after three months of dating. And may twenty sixteen is reported that the couple expecting their first child together their daughter dream Rene Kardashian was born on November tenth twenty sixteen. And in December of that year at the couple announced their split on social media after China's Instagram account was hacked black. China's real name is Angela Renee white. No oh. And after they got engaged she trademark the name Angela Kardashian. And apparently, the family was very pissed off about that. I mean. She didn't even change your name yet. Yeah. So, but that didn't happen, obviously. Because they broke up. He told his Snapchat followers that his fiancee left him moved out of their home and took their month old daughter with her however the couple reconciled as split revealed to be done in the heat of the moment. He the moment in December twenty sixteen rob announced on his Instagram that he and China have split and on December twenty eighth of that year. He was hospitalized again for diabetes, but only stayed overnight and on July fifth twenty seventeen he made a series of Instagram posts since deleted accusing China of infidelity and posting explicit pictures of her which is that really crappy. Yeah, that's really crappy of him to do that. Called what do you think he called her to the caller China? I don't know. I think he called her. Angela. I don't know. There was a TV show called Robin China about them because again, Kris Jenner was like well. Old. Yeah. Let's do this. You're getting a TV show. So it followed their relationship as they prepare to welcome. Their first child and six hour, long episodes were ordered excluding television special featuring the.

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