24 Burst results for "Mitty"

Interview With Dan Westergren

PhotoBiz Xposed

05:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With Dan Westergren

"I was recently exchanging emails with today's guest. A bad he's premium membership and it turns out he has a love of sauk cling lock. Do he used to rice and he even spent time in south australia from the us. I while on assignment for white for national geographic now is picked up and i poked a few more questions by any told me on the nat geo and commercial travel photographer stock at home trying to decide how to make money with that getting on an airplane right now putting my towards commercial real estate architectural things but honestly don't know what's going to work out a cape listening to the podcast about facebook marketing for portraits etc thinking. Maybe that's the way to go. We exchange and other email to and i post a few questions and he said for more than twenty years. I was director of photography for national geographic. Travel up magazine. I had an editor who let me find the graph. A couple of stories a year usually adventure top stories and i was lucky enough to photograph stories to the magazine. Such as climbing mont blanc the matterhorn and skiing to the north pole now following that exchange. I invited him on for this recording. I'm talking about dan west to grin and i'm wrapped to having this now. Dan welcome andrew so good to talk to you. Do you still pinch yourself when you hear an intra liked about the things that you've done in the past. I do i do. It's it's kind of funny. It's a hard act. Live up to for many many years. I would tell my photographer friends who seemed to have up and down lives. You know the freelance yoyo. And i would joke to them. Well you know. I'm addicted to my paycheck. And i have the chance to send you guys out into the field my editor lets me go out every now and then you know. This is working pretty well. Well you know the media marketplace changes and so now here. I am not working on the staff at national geographic anymore doing some projects for them but just trying to figure out how to make this thing happen as a photographer. Yeah the tables have really turned. I think not only for youtha for all of us. Haven't i this year. Oh yeah yeah. I mean and it's a double whammy with a travel photographer because i don't even of course you can imagine after all those years. I have this huge rolodex of all these photo editors of magazines and things like this but nobody even pays money for magazines to take pictures anymore. It's like the rug was pulled out from under my profession. The one savior for me. The last few years has been you could either call it native advertising or content marketing or partnership projects. That's the kind of things like last year. I got to go to canada. Three times for national geographic. To do ten day long stories about places and so i did prince edward island nova scotia new brunswick last year and british columbia and those were my favorite Trips to take. Because i will talk to my producer at national geographic since i had a background in doing the photo editing. At national geographic. The photo editors really acted like a regular editor at most magazines. If we thought that a story was not sufficiently visual we would tell people. We didn't think we should do the story. And a lot of magazines. The phone will editors are just kind of in their corner in somebody throws them a manuscript is air pictures to go with this so when they tell me okay we wanna to do an online piece about adventures in new brunswick ten adventures in new brunswick will then i get to study new brunswick i pull out a map i get defined tended ventures. I contact all the people that i think might lead me to those adventures and then make pictures that i hope people find interesting and then when we get back in my case usually i sit down and they know that i've chosen the photo subjects with story line and so they don't even send a writer. They have a friend of mine. Who i get on the phone marielle. And is her name. And she sorta ghosts rights for me. And i just tell her what my experience was like and why i went to particular plex. And that's just that's what i love about. It all is to do the research into a place and then actually go take those pictures myself in sounds amazing and said the way you described this right now the role you had. Oh have you familiar with the movie. The secret life of walter. Mitty of course. Yes you the walter. Meeting is at your role in national geographic traveler. It was a little bit different because he was more had a role that we would call film review which were the people that actually got to look at the pictures. I didn't have a big role in putting the magazine together. So you know that was kind of funny. It was interesting that i love that movie. You know he got to go out into the field. And i've just i've seen that movie so many times i was watching it and my kids. My son is twenty two. My daughter's twenty five and they're really into music and david bowie died. We had to listen to all the versions of space. Oddity that we could find.

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"mitty" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"mitty" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Years. I'll rely on Medicare Mitty to explain to me in any of my policy holders, the Medicare suffering she is wonderful and explained it so simply for everybody to understand for 2324007 94 or go online to Medicare, Misty Doc. Rob Medicare. Misty is not affiliated with the federal government. Whatever you need to buy. If a local company has it, they need your business and support. Now, more than ever shop local this message to support all of our local businesses is brought to you by Mermaid Mattress, your local mattress factory since 1979 a better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. Just putting your kids in time out really work. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent, Survey says timeouts really do work if you use them the right way. Psychologist Lucy McGauran says time outs are best preserved for when kids behave aggressively when they break things, or when they refused to follow directions that make them unsafe. Gordon says time outs are most appropriate for Children between the ages of two and five, and they should last about a minute for each year of the child's age. Longer time outs. Don't do any more good. Before you put your child in timeout. Make it clear to them. Why you're doing it Be clear, we calm Keep it simple. When the time out is over, Make a point to take a break from what you're doing to reconnect with your son or daughter praised the good behavior You want to see more of, and then you will. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, helping you live a better life. Oh, Brad's buzz. Oh, yeah. Yeah, he's starting with the woods. Good thing is, he knows what he's buzzed. Know your buzz warning signs call for a ride. When it's time to go home. Buzz Driving is drunk driving a message from ITA and the Ad council. Okay, it's Michael Rosenbaum. You may remember me as Lex Luther from the hit TV show Smallville. Regardless, I had this really cool podcast called inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum, where I get celebrities who are a lot more famous than me to really open up. Let's get inside of Sarah because you're from Vancouver. Make the very here right now. Where do we meet? When we meet? I feel like we've met like our paths may have crossed joined me on inside of you. With Michael Rosenbaum. New.

How to find yor life's purpose

Optimal Living Daily

03:43 min | 5 months ago

How to find yor life's purpose

"What we learn about life from fairy tales by Jeff Goings of goings writer dot com. At the beginning of every great story before anything exciting happens we see something that looks a lot like normal life long before the protagonists Lazy Dragon or the heroine embarks on a quest we see her in some unsuspecting place dreaming of something more in beauty and the beasts my personal favorite Disney. Classic Bell Sings of wanting more than this provincial life in Star Wars. Luke can't wait to escape the boredom of a farmer's life and in the wizard of Oz dorothy sings about life somewhere over the rainbow. Is Easy to dismiss such people when we meet them in everyday life as dreamers or even downright crazy but are they really. Pleased get up early on Saturday mornings write essays that I would then save on my computer and share with no one a dreamed of publishing my stories somewhere. But for years, they never left the comfort of my living room. I'm not alone in this. This dreaming of another life does a preoccupation of Bailey and it's a wonderful life and the fixation of Walter Mitty is the reason we sometimes daydream or stay up late watching movies. Our lives are haunted by the ghosts of one might have been. Here's the good news though this is where story always starts with an unrealized dream hope deferred a life lived before chain of events sets the hero on a course to his destiny. Sense that there should be more to life than this. But hopefully that's not where the story ends. An important moment everything begins to make sense. There's a with storytellers call the inciting incident. The moment when the characters perspective changes the tale of an average person living in average life becomes one of mythic proportions but something has to happen for any of this to take place the character must choose to enter the story. Bell goes to find her father. Luke leaves home with OBI Wan. Dorothy, get swept up in a tornado in any great narrative. There's a moment where character decides to be more than a bystander that's really want a story begins with the decision to act. This choice though is often preceded by a link of discontent, which is why when people are called to some great task, they know it they recognize the prompting to do something significant something bigger than themselves and then respond. Why because they've been waiting for it their whole lives. Frustration prepares you for your purpose. My friend Ben Armed says every dream begins with frustration. Think that's true. But that frustration must be funneled into awareness that leads to action. Otherwise, it becomes bitterness. You must be willing to do something to step out into the unknown and see what happens. Until you make this choice, you'll continue feeling frustrated seeing other people succeed chalking it up to lock or some unfair advantage. You'll be jealous and critical wonder why not me and in doing this, he will deceiver self. Because, the truth is some do yet lucky and others have been born into privilege. But what are those things to you? You are still called chances come to us all but only those who are ready recognize them. So before you know what you're calling is your believe your call to something even if you don't know what it is yet that nagging said everything is not as it should be that you were meant for more than the status quo is important clue and what you do with that is essential to how your story unfolds with this means is you don't need some big plan. You just need to be a little dissatisfied with the way. Things are to possess a premonition that something is amiss and you may hold the keys fixing it.

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"mitty" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"mitty" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

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Uncut Gems, Little Women, Microsoft Project Silica, Instagram Profits.

Photography Radio

06:22 min | 11 months ago

Uncut Gems, Little Women, Microsoft Project Silica, Instagram Profits.

"As photographers animators or just digital content creators. Many of us may lament. How. Instagram has changed over the years since facebook bought instagram. Back in twenty twelve for one billion dollars which seems like an insane amount of money to pay for an APP. That didn't have a clear monetization model eight years later. We can see how facebook has integrated ads on the most popular photo sharing platform and according to Bloomberg Business. The one billion dollar investment is paying back at least twenty full. According to insider information from Bloomberg INSTAGRAM's total ad revenue from twenty thousand nineteen was twenty billion dollars a quarter of facebook's total ad revenue for that year now just as a comparison YouTube AD revenue for Twenty nineteen was just over fifteen billion dollars and remember youtube shares or profits from that revenue with their content creators. Instagram does not if these numbers are real first of all that is a lot of revenue second if facebook is creating this much revenue from this platform like Youtube. I think there should be financial compensation for content creators who helped generate this much income for facebook. This may be one of the reasons. Why Many Power Users on Instagram Aka influencers have to use outside sponsors to try to make a living to generate income for themselves? And at the same time. It's something that instagram appears to be trying to curb claiming that it makes the platform and these accounts less transparent or in the least Craig contests I think and pay artists that are featuring instagram's main account and perhaps have monthly features to charities that they donate to more evidence that facebook is not reinvesting back into the platform is when CEO instagram. Adam massery in recent posts on instagram claim that the reason why there is no instagram for IPAD was because he lacked resources. You can believe that now. If a company like facebook only uses inscribed as a vehicle to generate profit without ever giving back to the company itself as well as those who helped make the platform successful I think many will gladly jump ship when it competing platform comes around to usurp instagram and become the new leading social media photo and video sharing platform twitch or talk. Anyone last week I talked about the possible end of the Microsoft Platform and the evidence seemed pretty clear with Panasonic joining the like elmont alliance and the Olympics is recent flagship. The OIL MD EM one more threes lukewarm reception due to mediocre specs on their flagship. However there has been some news that appears to a point in the other direction report out of Japan says that in one thousand nine hundred nineteen the microphone. Third System took number one spot in market share with nineteen point eight percent of all digital interchangeable lens camera sold in Japan in two thousand nineteen. So that is very surprising for many of us here in. North America or Europe. But I've found over the years that the Japanese market is not always the best indicator of Global Trans Japan makes way more money selling to the US and the European market versus own domestic market and the domestic market tends to be a bit quirkier odd know for a fact that small compact and as I mentioned quirky cameras sell well in Japan as well as in much of South Asia. Even though the sales of these cameras maybe duds in the rest of the world as an example the Nikon one and the Pentax q system sold very well in Japan but that trend didn't really sit well with the rest of the world that it whoever it is interesting to see that microphone. Thirds is not only doing well in Japan but it is a number one platform in Japan and again. I'm not surprised in the sense that small and compact and sometimes quirky cameras do very well in the domestic market. But another piece of news that made me think about the popularity of the micro third system and something. Maybe I'm missing here. Is that both Olympics and Panasonic made joint media announcement. Recently that young new media edge Venus optics are all joining the microphone. Third Systems Standard Group. Which means they'll that there will be developing products that lenses camera lights and other accessories specific for the microphone third system which is great for those that currently are invested in the microphone thirds cameras finally on the same day that they made this announcement casino. Japan just announced the new Voice Lander knocked-on Sixty millimeter f point. Nine five lands which has a hundred and twenty millimeter coolant. Thirty five millimeter. A very high performance Lens. So perhaps I have to eat my words from last week. About the end of micro four thirds that perhaps there is a future for this smaller format and platform. Which really is a good thing? I've always said that. Competition is good including competing formats however my point from last week still stands true that Sony really needs to update that old twenty megapixel sensor with something more modern backside luminated Sima Sensor with phased attacked autofocus across entire surface and perhaps an upgrade up to twenty four megapixel my pick for photographer. The Week is previously mentioned Wilson Web. Now we've already talked about Webs of work on the movie little woman as the onset photographer as well as shooting these wet plates for the actors you also worked on other notable movies such as marriage story the secret life of Walter Mitty Zoo lander to men in black three. He started his career in the movie industry. So he's an onset photographer as well as a DP director photography and camera operator.

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"mitty" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"mitty" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Love yourself yourself now before you start reaching your goal you're never gonNA leave yourself at the you know and it's it really is rooted meg in south love. It is and so what we do. The transformation game is focusing on yourself. It's about integrity. It's doing what you say you're going to do when you say you're going to do it not to everybody else else but to yourself for the very first time because we get so used to over the years we've tried and failed and tried and failed and try and fail at everything. We've done all of these diets. It's like two thousand fifteen fifteen. This is my year two thousand sixteen year high shoe thousand seventeen and it goes on how. It's even something so simple as telling yourself you're GONNA wake up at at six o'clock every morning and you're gonNa hit the treadmill for thirty minutes and then you hit snooze. It's like all of these broken promises. They chip away at at our dignity. Mitty how we feel about ourselves and our integrity is completely broken in win. We don't feel good about ourselves when we don't believe we can do something. We're not right. Hewlett it after a while after so many broken promises we stop making the commitments to for sure out loud. We stopped telling people we're GONNA commit to this diet this diet and eventually we stopped committing to ourselves because we don't feel like we can actually do it in so helping our people see that verse. And we're we're not psychologists. I don't have any kind of a degree in anything like that. And we do have so on our show and even in our private practices. Now we do recommend in we. Do we always did have psychiatrists psychologists on board to help us out with that. And to help the people out but it it I I I always would say being a transformation specialist is not the same as being dryer a transformation specialists yeah. I'm a trainer but I'm also a a financial adviser. I'm a best friend. I am a hairstylist. I'm a shoulder to cry on. I'm you know I'm a mover. I will literally come move your house I i. It's I am what I need to be to teach these people how to change their lives and coaching them. All along the way and that that's that is my passion rate. They're so funny because your passion is very similar to my passion. I'm sitting here thinking that. As a pediatrician. You know in and I told you this off air but You know one of the best things that I can do for. Kids is to help their parents. And a lot of that starts with the heart you know if I can sorta reach into their heart and see what they're thinking and see what they're feeling and how they can use that to grow closer to their kids and build that relationship relationship. I don't have anything to worry about. And I. It really is very interesting and I love love that part of my work. I mean I can uh of course handout insulin and antibiotics and suture people in that kind of thing. We just like you could give him an exercise program but the real rewarding rewarding thing. Is You know seeing a thirteen year old. WHO's just out of control working with them? And then you see him ten years later and they come up to me in restaurant and I don't even recognize them because they look so good and you know the the reward in a business like that like you and I have so how many similarities.

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Trump says will 'strongly consider' testifying in impeachment probe - but would it ever happen?

CNN's The Daily DC

08:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump says will 'strongly consider' testifying in impeachment probe - but would it ever happen?

"Back to the daily DC. The Impeachment Watch I am Zach Wolf. Alex Marquardt is still with me. And we're pleased to welcome CNN. Legal analyst Michael Zeldin. Thanks for joining us. Michael my my pleasure to things kind of interesting happened this morning number one Responding to Nancy Pelosi from over the weekend Donald Trump president trump suggests that he could be Willing to testify or at least to give written testimony to the impeachment inquiry. He said essentially to move it along so the Democrats could get something done for the country. That's thing thing one thing too. Is the house. Democrats made clear that they're investigating now. Donald Donald Trump and whether he Lied to Congress essentially As part of the Mueller investigation when he offered written testimony or answered questions wins in writing for Robert. Muller in this part of They're a lawsuit to get hold of grand jury Documents and testimony any from the Muller investigation this now ties into the impeachment investigation. It's all meshing together but these two things about Donald Trump and testifying before Congress which would be pretty much unprecedented I think And number two This idea that he may have said something that was incorrect about wikileaks. Not Leaks and what he knew to Robert Muller what is going on with those two things in your mind so the first thing that comes to mind is my expectation of his qualified offer. Potentially offer written testimony was not something that he cleared with his lawyers and that his lawyers are going to be saying. Excuse me but we don't want to do that. Thank you Mr President. Well he didn't say he was GONNA do it. He said he he's thinking about exactly but I expect he's thinking about it without having first consulted Laura's because I don't think his lawyers lawyers would want him to be offering written testimony so I think that's more of a sort of a hypothetical offer than it is a real offer second second with respect to muller the the question and answer that has been raised as a possibility that the president offered false testimony before before Muller in his written statements relate to whether or not he recalled conversations between himself and members of his campaign who themselves may have. I've been interfacing with Ricky wikileaks or whether he had any direct contact with a representative of what of wikileaks. And the thing. I forgot to mention this. Roger Stone found guilty on Friday essentially of trying to sabotage congressional investigation With regard to to wikileaks right so so the lawyer in me says says if the question is asked did you have any contact with a representative of wikileaks. He can answer no to that. Because none of the people who allege allegedly told him anything about wikileaks I would definitely meet the term representative of wikileaks. If he had spoken he would have spoken to. Julian assange essentially For that question to be ally The way he answered now with requests with respect to the question of whether or not his failure to recall whether he had conversations with anyone on his campaign. Am Pain regulated. He he didn't say no he said I don't recall talking to anybody. Don't recall is what his answer was. And that's a smart legal answer and expectation Asian. Is that the documentation that was presented by the White House to Muller contains no indication that the president spoke to anybody on his campaign about wikileaks leaks and so he has the opportunity to come back and say well. Now you've refresh my recollection. Yes indeed I remember speaking to Roger Stone in the car and it was overheard by whomever so I think it's a very difficult prosecution to make. However the appearance that the president is unaware of his interest his own interest which he on on the campaign trail repeatedly touted wikileaks? I love wikileaks. We Russia if you're hearing me. Please release her emails. All is wikileaks. centric in a sense. It's SORTA strains credulity to that. He didn't remember this stuff. But as I said when you ask a lawyer whether or not. This is actionable as a law case case I think it's probably not what about this Offer so to speak that he would be willing to testify in Congress in the impeachment inquiry which actually got a laugh last week During one of the hearings when when Peter Welsh Congressman Walter Democrat brought it up and say you'd be most welcome to sit down is is that another one of these. Is the president just floating something for the sake of it. That almost certainly won't happen. What my recollection of that QNA was the Republicans skins. Were saying the person who has firsthand knowledge the whistle blower a person who they first accused of having only secondhand knowledge but now all of a sudden he has firsthand knowledge. They said the person that we want to hear most from whistle blower because he knows the most and then well said well actually the person who knows the most is the president and he's welcome here anytime he wants. And that's what the left in my expectation. Is that the the likelihood of the president showing up in person raising his right hand to swear to tell the truth before that committee Mitty is not likely. So you've told us about the importance in lawyering Somebody like president trump to give wiggle room in testimony. I don't recall Paul as opposed to I don't or as opposed to know We have somebody we have a real life example coming up with Gordon. Sunland who actually didn't recall recall Some very important things with regard to the impeachment inquiry he had his memory jogged at least one time and then subsequent to that we found out new information mation that About his call. You know the very loud telephone call in the Ukraine Ukrainian restaurant with President trump. So I I guess the question is. Is Somebody like that that in more legal jeopardy or in some sort of legal jeopardy for his the the way he addressed Congress and then had completely changed his story about whether or not there was some sort of ultimatum to the Koreans for military aid. Right so Saad. Lynn says I don't recall then. Other witnesses testified to his direct direct involvement in the thing that he didn't recall and then he corrects the record. And says that refresh my recollection. I now recall. And my testimony is consistent consistent with those others in respect of the homes. Telephone call that was overheard the alcs talked about. He was not really directly asked. That question didn't exactly Give a denial of of that call so he too has room now when he testifies again to elaborate on his prior testimony which I expect that he will do. I expect that he is not gonNa have memory failures like he did in the closed door testimony too much each other evidence out there which links him to this information that if he were to not recall under those circumstances it probably would be seen as a false statement achievement and you can falsely testify before Congress by inaccurately describing your memory as as being faulting so so just to wrap this up for everybody If in in congressional testimony don't say no and if you absolutely can avoid it I don't recall is a lot better. Because it's really hard to prosecute somebody for lying if they said I don't know because your memory can always be shocked. Yes with the qualification. In that there are prosecutions where individuals have said incredulously. They don't recall and that they were the prosecutors. Were able then and to present evidence to say that I don't recall was actually ally and you cannot therefore say with confidence. Just keep saying I don't recall I don't recall and you off the hook because at one point you're alleged failure of recollection is GonNa be tantamount to an affirmatively. I think what what we've done here is tumble into exactly the problem. That a lot of people have with Washington because this is making my head hurt Michael Alex thank you for joining me on the daily. DC The impeachment

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Facebook probe by U.S. states expands to 47 attorneys general

Wall Street Breakfast

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook probe by U.S. states expands to 47 attorneys general

"Financial services Mitty according to his prepared testimony facebook will support delaying levers lunch currently set for mid two thousand twenty and won't be part of launching the Lieber Payments System where in the world unless all US regulators approve it antitrust concerns facebook shares slipped almost four percent yesterday as New York Attorney General Latisha aimed announced that forty-seven attorneys general from states and US territories plan to take part in an antitrust probe into facebook

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"mitty" Discussed on What If World

What If World

15:32 min | 1 year ago

"mitty" Discussed on What If World

"Now let's find out what baseballs and basketballs were alive. And what if hamburgers could walk and talk invisible, talking clouds? Mitty was in old fashioned kind of baseball, he loved getting thrown right to the catcher's mitt or flying out of the ballpark, or even grounding to the shortstop. But the thing he loved most was his daughter, Allieu. I know I know it's not a baseball name. And the thing is at wasn't really a baseball. What was sure she looked.

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Justice Department calls Nadler subpoena "premature and unnecessary"

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department calls Nadler subpoena "premature and unnecessary"

"In Boston. The Justice department says the subpoena issued by the House Judiciary. Mitty to get a full unredacted copy of the mullahs report is unnecessary since it says, the reductions were minimal House Judiciary committee chair Jerrold Nadler is unprecedented and has rejected as insufficient an offer by the Justice department to have a select group of congressional leaders view. Some of the redacted

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Barr says Mueller report will be released in mid-April 'if not sooner'

John McCulloch

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Barr says Mueller report will be released in mid-April 'if not sooner'

"By mid April attorney general William bar plans to deliver to congress version of special counsel Robert Muller's report on the Russia investigation by mid April bar sent a letter to Senator Lindsey Graham and congressman Jerrold Nadler on Friday Graham, chairs the Senate Judiciary. Mitty Nadler chairs the House Judiciary committee in his letter. The attorney general says he wants the public to be able to read Muller's findings Barr says the Muller report is nearly four hundred pages. Long Muller submitted his confidential report to bar on Friday,

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"mitty" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Mitty chairman Chuck Grassley, put his own punctuation point on yesterday's dramatic testimony from cavenaugh and his sexual assault accuser. I found Dr forged testimony credible and believe she sincere version of the facts, but also found judge Kavanagh's testimony credible and sincere the committee's top democrat. California's Dianne Feinstein says the GOP has pitched a fictional story. Line already argued that the sexual assault. Dr Farooq experienced was nothing more than democratic smear campaign that I am allegedly orchestrating CBS's. Ed O'Keefe says Kavanagh's old boss has been busy shoring up support. Former President George W Bush has been working the phones to try to convince fellow Republicans, and at least one democrat to vote for judge Bush has been in touch with Maine's Susan Collins Arizona's Jeff flake in Alaska's Lisa Murkowski and a few weeks ago. Joe Manchin of West Virginia a democrat reached out to the forty third president asking for his opinions on Cavanaugh. Tesla. Stocks been taking a beating today on Wall Street down about twelve percent. At follows the latest trouble. For CEO, Elon Musk the securities and Exchange Commission is looking to oust him over his activity on social media last month about possibly taking the company private Stephen peak. In is the SEC's director of enforcement is tweets that funding was secured. And then investor support is confirmed or simply not true. He had neither secured a commitment from any source to provide funding for transaction, nor confirmed investors supporting Tesla's board says it has full confidence in musk officials report no fatalities after a plane crash landing on one of Micronesians islands in the southern Pacific. Bill Jane's, one of forty seven people on board.

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"mitty" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on Double Toasted

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"mitty" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on /Film Daily

"So I don't know. It might be worth another watch if anybody, maybe it wasn't crazy about it. The first time around. I was gonna say he's very stylistic and because the Ernest in this, I think it results in a very divisive response to his movies. I think. Yeah, Jacob. Yeah, I want to be with you like heavily on this because I don't love this movie, but there's such technical craft on this play in this movie from behind the camera that I think when Ben Stiller scripted, I love like I'm excited to see what he does because he's clearly if they'll make your guy. He's like spent decades acting in watching contractors work, and he knows he's doing behind the camera. So I'm excited for the movie that I actively truly love because he clearly has chops. Yeah, for sure. The other thing, one of the other things I was watching was annihilation every watched this film because my wife Amy had never seen it and we got it on through the Netflix Blu-ray subscription plan or whatever that I still have them mail me discs and man. This movie is just as good as it was the first time I saw it. I, I'm glad that it was very high up on my best of the year. So far list just sort of, I guess, proved itself once again in my mind as being just a stellar piece of filmmaking. And I think. You know, I, it's weird like with thrillers and stuff a lot of times. Once you know what happens? The the physiological responses tend to go away and like when you watch them again, but this time my stomach was just, you know, in knots and my heart was beating just as fast as it was when I saw it in the theater for the first time and at the end when when the movie finally gets to, it's really like Inigo Matic conclusion. I was just as mesmerized as I was the first time. So I really love this film. And I think if you haven't seen it hurt us raving about it, do whatever you have to do to to go see this movie. It certainly won't be for everybody, but I think there's so much. I mean, like Walter Mitty there's so much technical craft on display there that it's definitely worth checking out. We've we've probably talked enough about that movie on this podcast before we're, I don't need anybody else to to agree with me there because I think everybody pretty much does. And then finally are watch north by northwest, which also my wife never seen. I just go through. Turner, classic movies on my DVR and just, you know, randomly DVR a bunch of classics that either haven't seen since I was twelve or thirteen years old or just ones that I've never seen period. And I just, you know, let a bunch of them build up in the just try to go through and and and cross them often and reexamined a lot of these films that are in like the the official film canon or unofficial foam cannon, I guess, north by northwest, I hadn't seen since probably, yes. Since I was twelve or something like that, and man, this is just a really solid thriller. It's it's Hitchcock to the Instagram. Carey grant is is very, you know, suave. And and Carey grant issue in the film. I found it really strange to see a very, very young Martin Landau in this movie and knowing him primarily from his work in, you know, much later in his career, like when he played Bill, go, see and add would it was sort of shocking to see him as like somebody who is approximately our age. And he is very tall and and spindly hand a really creepy looking. And he plays a really great, like number two, bad guy in this movie. And yeah, the stuff at the end like the the mount Rushmore sequence, the chase and all of that is all largely pretty well executed for nineteen fifty. Nine. I mean, they didn't have like the full extent of green screens obviously that we do now, but, but yeah, it's still a movie holds up pretty well. I think so just want to give a quick shout out to northbound north west. Very cool. It's a classic you guys all talked about, won't you be my neighbor so much that I had to finally see it. I saw that my local AMC theater with Brad. It was a, he saw for a second time since Sundance and..

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"mitty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Neighbors in the governor francis neighborhood are the ones being affected with some catching more than a dozen of the rodents roughly a week's time sewer work is being done in the area and is believed to be the culprit project officials say an extermination company has been hired to look into the issue the rhode island general assembly is continuing to highlight bills that were recently passed by governor gina raimondo on friday legislators noted a new law that bans vaping in the workplace one that raises the penalty for driving drunk with child passengers and another that will expunge criminal records for crimes that have been abolished more arrests are being made at the case of alleged illegal accessing and sharing of nude photos of customers at a tech story middletown the owners of flint audiovideo gary gonyea and daniel anton both of jamestown where arrested on friday bringing the total arrests in the case up to six senator chris coons says he and his colleagues on the senate foreign relations mitty have yet to receive any details the deal made by president trump and north korea leader kim jong hoon at the singapore summit we haven't gotten this sort of detailed strategy or updated briefing from secretary pompeii oh that i think we need and deserve on cbs's face the nation the delaware democrats shared how he and others are concerned president trump gave up crucial security measures while getting empty promises and return president trump's top advisor on choosing surpreme court nominee says he's not concerned about conservative pushback against the president shortlists every potential nominee before announcement gets concerns expressed about them by people who might ultimately support them people aren't always familiar with their records sometimes people say things about one nominee because they favor another on abc's this week leonard leo said although there is opposition now many of those senators will eventually vote for the nominee newsradio nine twenty one zero four seven fm sports five boston red sox players will be in washington dc next week the take part in the all star game sluggers jd martinez and mukhi bats voted as starters first baseman mitch moreland we'll come off the bench pitchers chris sale and craig kimbrel also earned spots on the team the pawsox are off today with the international league all star break the all star game it's on wednesday.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"Nine minutes see loading see when this thing pops up where they race be demons in the city of angels harry calemburg thank you so much for joining us website by the way you can go to chassis your go to harry pailin bird yeah well where they raise dot com or where they rave dot com so until next time the santa for harry palmer and matt motivator the andrea saying keep the air in the spare and for the latest updates in colin times follow the show on facebook twitter and instagram at car cast show if you'd like to ride in fill out the form on comcast show dot com and don't forget to give us a nice rating on i tunes car cast is the corolla digital production and is produced by chris locks on for more information visit car cast show dot com i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gyco i feel like a whole new person disclaimer you will not become a whole new person this is impossible you might be able to join a gym modi program by a new wardrobe get here implants but or dna and physical form will remain the same gyco waves any and all liability if you attempt to become a new person except a cyborg if you choose to become a half human cybernetic organism with lasers for is the geico legal team would be cool with that because quote laser is pretty sweet view and geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"That is really nice because i guys like they you know if they get an accent that no pictures they cover it up completely they don't want anybody talking about it secret but then you know i think lately though everyone just kinda all right yeah speaking of that i think russ went and got that porsche that rolled of vw now the silver porsche was beige now there was a portion of vw rolled yeah that was putting a curse on him and then a porsche rolled is well we should've never talked to those guys didn't talk to version let me tell you about hymns five percent of men start losing their hair by thirty five every time that happens i look around and i realize we we we missed that both of my brothers older brother younger brother both need this oh man yeah tell him to get on it for him stott com one stop shop for hair loss skin care sexual wellness and more thanks to science baldness can be optional hymns connects you with real doctors and medical grade solutions to treat hair loss generic equivalents of name brand prescriptions to keep your hair no gas station countertops supplements no waiting room or awkward doctor visits our listeners get a trial mont of hymns h i m s for just five bucks while supplies last cost you hundreds we went to the pharmacy let's do that for him that com slash car cast f o r h i m s dot com slash car cast check it out save some money after i'm gonna gifting gifted to i'm going to.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"Early no where the neck you should no no no and then you're put you're you're not really you shouldn't be racing if they'd like you to stop racing momentarily but what you're what you what you should do is stop at that one corner get right back on it until you see something else right that's that's what they second station could use a green flag and say where you're good from this point on but i don't think they're gonna burst yellow needs to let you know it's local yeah not some versus full course that's all i'm saying waves the fly does the l on his forehead something yeah else so cottiaux we so again tommy tommy was driving in the race i was in tommy one that raise the guy i was most interested in was the guy came in second in one year cars that guy i love that guy jim or john or all is the richard richard richard richard wall chris i like to run this guy down run him down a harmful way he came up to do vintage race he brought his cobra i hear the car broke and he was like no good for the weekend so he went walking around looking for another car to drive and i guess he ran into your your spare car yeah yeah my my slow my keep mechanics had you know had just kind of hung out with some of his guys the day before and and it just when his car broke it all came together last second and you know we had brought a spare car.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"Hoops it's he schedules so wrote atlanta must be your home track right yep sure what do you need what do i need to know about road atlanta who's got to be real careful going down the hill to strive that bout ninety percent when before you take the flag there on the front straight so there's that going down the hill that sweep and right turn as big sweeper yet coming down you know it's it's very fast coroner and anytime you're going down to help people don't realize you know that gravity is kind of working against you kind of loosening the car up so you know just you know the weights on the front end and just you know it's a balance then you go up hill turn one and you you know you're climbing the hill so all the way it goes to the back in the car wants to kinda push write this down the hell you gotta be careful it's the spot usually that you know can catch you out and other than that seems pretty straightforward it seems like a lot of elevations change in that track from the bottom of the hill to sort of the back part of the track where it's way up there yeah it's all built on a hill so yeah you're going up and down hills and you don't realize it till you kind of drive out there in the street car or walk around at how how the elevations and even some banking you have on turn six you know it's deceiving faster because of the banking that's in that corn i don't recall how far is the truck itself who i was told it was two point five four miles out so it's it's the same as i think it's about the same as willa springs which is.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"Funny six or they're not retarded no no read this is off the top of my head you got six eight dots in sorrow three eleven nineteen forty eight c c seventy ninety seventy five ten seventy four opel cadet bmw two thousand two dots to forty z porsche nine eleven s brought this year that was sixty nine seventy one and five ten eighty nine nissan de twentyone hard body hold on eighty nine nissan i like the hard body part yeah d twentyone hard body cc that should be out front yeah i don't know is it was a mission here yeah he'll be the only one in the eighties seventy three dots in five ten seventy three dots in six ten that's unm seventy one doubts to forty z seventy two forty z seventy one to forty z yeah there's probably like another forty forty cards keep going now okay so that's what is in the b group just in case i can get pissed off about this all right you got a seventy five w rabbit and seventy three porsche nine eleven s seventy porsche nine fourteen sixty four lotus twentythree b ninety seven toyota ws are ninety five yeah that's that's weird group that group but still like it because it starts twenty five minutes later taking that group will start at eight everyone wait around so i'm sorta right we're going to have a whole bunch of datsuns in race and the guys with the z cars probably will should be a little quicker and up front 'cause they still have some good horsepower this guy's some of the straight give it away yet some of the straight sixes are making pretty good i'm curious for that.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"Yeah to that one we can still toggle with that idea it'd be nice if it's the twenty five one it doesn't say anywhere in the internet which when you're on maybe so we say to the track and say hi to us we probably meant midday just in case yeah just it they should have that stuff max pat it's gotta be posted somewhere at some time right i mean they got to some point you're gonna need sheet with your with the cars on it maybe at that drivers meet him wins that now that things not they'll like noon too so i was i was gonna maybe the driver meetings that if for some practices if max pat if you tell matt find a lear to shoot dave stone and email and ask him where we can find the run groups or foreign run group a or run group b or what he knows he's pretty good at figuring that stuff out okay seems to be on top of things good guy i like all right so we're at the porsche vent yeah what's that thing called call look look and that's the air powered event air pooled powered by air we found your group kaelin founded on there john it's not it's not good it's three i knew it who's in that group how many cars are in that group just you a lot accountable okay what are the cars this is my funnest part when chris max pata or matt find a layer we've both here let's let's go it's a low too.

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"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on CarCast

"For our dots right race but yeah you're right i don't i don't know if in monterey they're doing that either i don't know if they're going to have like an all dots or nissan race because the discussions we've had with him so far and i know they're just planning it but nissan is the future market monterey is well and they're getting as many cars out there as possible yeah whether they have they're gonna have like an all yeah they'll i i've seen it with corvettes of seen it with certain years for our a but anyway what's in the b so three is vintage historic production etcetera actually both both three and three are but three is excuse my if i'm saying from hp six through hp eight s for hpc mp three and then three b is i don't know any of 'em p three's a file yeah i like an oil i think we run that the drift yeah yeah they're all they're all just codes then group three b is eight five the have any of the cars that are in the groups no but this is the schedule you have to download but on the website they just have group three distort production category and then production cars from the middle group and group b running what what are their time back they're all back to back so three eight like on friday qualifying three as at eight am and three bs at eight twenty five and all right so now we need to figure out which one were in yet.

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"mitty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"She just said can you can you ask him about the secret life of walter mitty she just said it was one for all time favorite movies and that she wanted to let you know how much he appreciated that movie i love that sure it did and you know that and they loved it's a terrific movie it's and look what a lovely message uh that movie have and notched up down your throat you get to kind of go on gonna did venture with uh bends character it's just a terrific movie really proud of any for those of you just joining us we are talking actor director producer adam style tease out the latest dad television series is toasted onslaughts on sunday night's watch it it's super funny okay so adam you are one of the first people in hollywood we talked to you is since a lot of this recent news broke i was kind of wondering what has your reaction in conversations with friends ban uh kind of lake about everything that has been going on with harvey weinstein oh yeah i mean you know obviously it's a paul lainya um it's uh it's really gross and it is uh you know i think feels like justices uh finally kind of being served up to uh to him but i w what i hope you know his fate along with everyone else hope that this is the beginning of the end of that kind of behavior even that's just the culture in general um with jake deal was julia here where he were jennifer way believe just use first equity for your first time jennifer this is my third home that i've purchased and it was a surprise purchase so i knew from laurie and julia that i needed a mortgage firm and first equity was hard you've got to tell us what a surprise home as our home sold within 24 hours and we didn't have anything in place and i didn't had a mortgage person set up i didn't have a realtor set up and we needed to move fast because the closing date was coming and to complicate things my husband had just began a new job and as we all know when you're trying to secure mortgage and your paychex are switching over and there's a period of uncertainty it's.

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"mitty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mitty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The secret life of walter mitty she just said it was one of her alltime favorite movies and that she wanted to let you know how much he appreciated that movie i love that movie i should like good and they and they looked at the terrific maria and what a message that maria shook down your throat you get the gun go on it adventure with ben character the terrific movie and we've grown a for those of you just joining us we are talking with an actor director producer adam scott is latest latest television series is ghosted on fox on sunday night's watch it it's super funny okay so adam you are one of the first people in hollywood we've talked to you since a lot of this recent news broke i was kind of wondering what has your reaction and conversations with friends ban kind of like about everything that has been going on with harvey weinstein oh yeah you know obvioucly kapala yeah really and it is it's a big old boy joked uh crime i got a big stoked up to him but what i you know it it it along with everyone else oh the beginning of the group that had a the culture and general um wicket your work we're turning away from from that british oldfashioned mentality way but agreed this is the nail in the coffin of all about garbage absolutely adam thank you so much for your time this morning at one encourage every buddy to check out ghosted on fox sunday night 730 our time adam scott and craig robinson and the rest of the gang it thank you so much for your time this morning and good luck with the series thanked run right after the bummed them on sunday carey go jeff circuit out thank you very much thanks.

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