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Fresh update on "molina" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Today and 11 1 romp of the Giants Fernando Tatty is getting in on the fun is the pit trump Cueto's That one is launched deep to left center field. Duggars going back. Looking up, gonna go a two run homer for Fernando Totti's Junior Padre Second two run homer of the inning. I'll do the math for you reported nothing. San Diego in the second as her to 97 3, the fantastic Junior's ninth of the season, three pitchers scattered eight hits of the Padres get within a game and a half of first place San Francisco while the Dodgers stayed 2.5 back as the Angels take him. Who the one Jared Walls two run double. Jose Quintana on five relievers held the Dodgers to forage Trevor Bauer. The tough luck loser. Adam Wainwright went eight in a 30 year. They're just three hits, the Cardinals blank the Rockies to do nothing. His Yadi Molina two doubles and had an R B I So they sweep the.
Remembering a Video Game Pioneer
"Hey listeners mike schneider here in molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike. I remember a while back. You were writing the story about jerry lawson who is a black pioneer the video game industry. The folks might know about and his name has come back in the news again. That's right Jerry lawson who passed away in two thousand eleven was an engineer and designer at fairchild camera and instrument company in silicon valley there. He led a team that created a game system called the fair fairchild video entertainment system now a lot of you may not have heard of that and the reason you may not have heard of this because a year later the atari twenty six hundred came out in nineteen seventy seven but the reason the fairchild consoles important is because that was the first one that could play an unlimited number of games because it was the first us games on cartridges. Obviously that led to eventually an entire video game industry. You know where you could buy whatever game she wanted and put him in play them and take them out and changed another game. A lot of the early game systems had all the games. Hardwired in or they used other more rudimentary types of data. Anyway so now. The usc games program at the university of southern california in los angeles has announced the gerald lawson endowment fund for black and indigenous students at it's an initiative to increase the minority representation in games in tech and the grand will be known as lawson scholars and a familiar name take two
Fresh update on "molina" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"Jim basketball in studio team with the best record in major league Baseball, the Boston Red Sox 22 13. There were a 43 winner at Camden Yards. They've won five of six there 12 and four on the road, Raphael Devers. And Hunter Renfroe went deep backing Nick prevented today, the Yankees keep pace as they again walk off the nationals. Giancarlo Stanton crucial game with her in the ninth 3 to 2, New York gets it done while the Astros take the Blue Jays big day for Kyle Tucker in a 74 winning in a triple A home running or knocked in scored three times as well raised like the Yankees, 3.5 back of the Red Sox in the East 43 winners at Oakland, the A's to up On the Houston Astros in the West. Meantime, the Rangers Adonis Garcia, the home run, three hits and five or B, I's Dane Dunning's 10 strikeouts over 5 10 2 winners over the Mariners. Texas gets 500 at 19 and 13. The White Sox tops in the central one up on Cleveland. There were 93 winners over the Royals. Jose Hombre, you and your mean Mercedes, each with three knocked in the Mets get a win, but I hope they didn't lose their ace 4 to 2 today over the Diamondbacks as they sweep Arizona, Jacob deGrom left after five with tightness in his right side. The Cardinals sweep the Rockies. As Adam Wainwright when eight in the third of three hits allowed to do nothing win Yeti Molina to double Senate or B I for the winners, Bartel said. The best record in the National League 21 14 there, two up on the Brewers Milwaukee to one winners over the Marlins. Tyrone Taylor produced game winner in the tent and the Pirates take the Cubs 65 today. Wormer Depot, a Triple three hits, three knocked in Tyler Anderson. When eight strong for Pittsburgh in that win. Brave six outs away. Freddie Freeman has reached base three times, including his ninth home run, which has to be a great sight.
Hands on With Apple's AirTags
"Either listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. Add one more device to apple's growing roster and it might come in handy if you tend to lose your stuff yeah. Recently apple released its airtags which is a tiny device. Similar to tile or samsung's galaxy smart tags. It's about the size of a game piece from the game checkers and what it'll do is help you track your keys wallet anything else that you're worried about losing each airtags cost twenty nine dollars or you can get a four pack on apple's website or retailers for ninety nine dollars you can also purchase a variety of different holders and key rings the range between thirteen dollars to around forty I have been testing them out for a little while. Now and i've tried them on a couple of different items. Try them on a backpack. I've tried them on my keys. i also tried them on a stuffed bunny in our household name buttons who is a treasure here and often gets lost The setup for this is pretty straightforward. You know you put a little plastic tab on the back that activates the airtags. You'll then get a prompt on your phone to connect then you'll go in and label what this airtags connected to see a lot of different options. It can be your keys your wallet. Your bag whatever. It is And when she pick that you're good to go so if you do lose your keys or you lose buttons and buttons and keys actually have an airtight equipped. How do you find so the cool. Addition they have here is This option call precision finding so iphones have the find my app. Which is what we use to locate our iphone or whatever devices we have connected to our accounts but with precision. Finding you'll go to a section that is for items and once you've reached a certain distance from the item. You'll notice on fine. My it'll shift from directions to find and what it'll do is that there will be a green display the pops up see an arrow. And it'll show you the approximate distance. You're away from your item. So and it's weird because it's kind of like you're playing that hot or cold game In the way it works is as you move through and get closer. Your iphone will start buzzing really lightly and then it gets stronger and stronger the closer you get
Fresh update on "molina" discussed on KOA Programming
"Go to the breaking ball any time and boy Josh time that pretty well actually waiting back on it. Oh, first out of the inning. Good job by Charlie Blackmon, especially its second not to get caught too far off the bag. But for Wainwright and Molina, number 2 80 as the battery for the Cardinals that is the Sixth highest total in baseball history on it Both stay healthy. They're gonna Keep climbing.
Google vs. Roku Over the YouTube TV App
"Either listeners. It's brett molina here. Welcome back to talking tech by co host. Mike snyder is off today now. I thought one of the benefits of switching from cable to streaming was. We'd avoid a lot of these carriage deals you're about you know the case where you see an ad maybe for your carrier from channel saying you're gonna lose this channel by the end of the month. Let your cable provider no familiar with all that messaging will it seems like that kind of stuff has carried over now into the streaming world and the latest example of this is roku versus google roku has warned users of its devices who are also subscribes to youtube tv that they might lose access to the app citing quote unfair terms and quote from google according to a copy of the email that was obtained by usa today which you can read about tech usa today dot com the company behind the popular media streaming players told users that recent oceans with google to continue to carry youtube tv broke down because roku cannot accept what they call google's terms as we believe they could harm our users The email also says it roku is committed to reaching a deal so that they can keep youtube tv on the players. Now of course. Google has responded to this day in in their statement. They say they're disappointed that they chose that roku has chosen to make these kind of claims while they continue to go and that they are trying the best they can to offer a deal that benefits the viewers of tv as well as everyone that owns a roku Now this isn't the first time we've heard with roku hosting other apps as you recall when hbo max launched in may twenty twenty. It wasn't on the platform for quite a while. I think it was several months. Wasn't until december of that year ahead of the
Fresh update on "molina" discussed on KOA Programming
"11. Good swing and the foul ball is caught by Wayne, right, but It was caught on the ricochet off the mask. If the catcher Molina Yanni check in Mass. Joe and Jim Reynolds, where it hit right on the ST Louis logo in the center of that Mask and in fact, it cracked the mask and knocked the peace that the logo Was printed on off that hockey style hockey goalie style catcher's mask. Now one to count on DS 211 out no score in the second. Which is bounced right back The Wainwright he.
Gant Sharp for 6 Innings, Cards Send Reds to 6th Loss in Row
"John get allows three hits and strikes out five over six innings in the cardinals two to nothing win over the Reds at bush stadium gets now wanted to the St Louis RBIs coming from Nolan arenado and Andrew Kistner who gets the start behind the plate with Yadier Molina sitting with soreness in his right foot I've been prepared every single day and I think it does allow me to kind of just rolling to the starts in one you know I'm just I'm just being prepared for it whatever this team needs and that's what I'm a do for one sixty two point Miley takes the loss he's not too into the red birds have a record of ten and ten while the Reds lose their sixth in a row and it dropped ten of thirteen after six and one start hi Mike Reeves
Fresh update on "molina" discussed on KOA Programming
"Simple. What Black on this mother's day will line up these sons to go at the ST Louis Cardinals Primal. Tapia leads it off in left field. Forever story at shortstop Ryan McMahon at second base. Charlie Blackmon hits cleanup in right field. Connor Joe gets the second straight start at first base. Josh for Uintas is at third. Aaliyah's D as is going to do the catching Yonathan Daza, the center fielder, bats eighth. On the mound, doing the pitching, batting night. Right hander Herrmann Marcus. For Mike Shields and the Cardinals. Tommy Edmund leads it off. It's second base. Dylan Carlson in Right Field, Paul Goldschmidt at first Nolan Arun Otto, the third baseman hits cleanup And it's short stop Paul, the young, followed by catcher Yadier Molina. Justin Williams is going to get the start in left field. Harrison Bater bats, eighth, doing the duties in center field on the mound, batting ninth right hander. Adam Wainwright. Let us check the pitching matchup. Airman Mark is going to try and straighten some things out. One in three. This year's he makes his eighth start of the season 6.21 the ER a 33 and a third innings 35 hits allowed 23 runs all learned. 21 walks 34 strikeouts. And three home runs in his last two starts, both against the Giants won in Denver one in San Francisco four and two thirds innings. 12 earned runs allowed on 10 hits with five walks. In six strikeouts, So we'll see if Airman can improve upon that against a good Cardinals team at Busch Stadium. Adam Wainwright will make start number seven for the Cardinals. The big right hander one in 34.72 E. R. A 34 a third innings 37 hits 19 runs, 18 earned nine walks 37 strikeouts He has given up six home runs. He has Dominated the Rockies in his career 10 and one record with a 1.56 e R A in 11 starts against Colorado. Empires for this afternoon brought to us by Bank of Colorado, the official bank of a Colorado Rockies the invites you to stop by the official branch of the Rockies. It's in the new McGregor's square right next door to Coors Field. Bank of Colorado. There's on. Lee won. The crew chief Jim Reynolds will call the balls and strikes this afternoon. Tony Randazzo at first base. John Lipka at second and the Empire of Third is Chad. Wits him Happy Mother's Day to all the moms in our listening audience this afternoon. Glad that You are making a part of your celebration connected to the Rockies is they try and win in ST Louis here this afternoon throughout baseball. Think is the Dominant color today as.
Did Australia Get Its Vaccine Strategy Right?
"Government government was was thinking thinking about about spending spending as as much much as as $130 billion on job caper. Turns out they did not end up needing to spend that much by the parameters they had set themselves. But in that context $130 billion. It's a massive program never spent that much. At the same time in the middle of last year. There are obviously contemplating how much to spend on a vaccine. We end up spending about $3.3 billion right now, we don't have the vaccines that we would like to have in the rollout has Bean slowed. Is this hindsight? Or is it pertinent criticism during government today Announcing $50 million a lot less 50 million, as opposed to billions to help potentially make an Emory in a vaccine here. We didn't spend money on making those here. Last year. In announcing that money today, the acting premier James Molina, was pretty pointed He was essentially saying the federal government should have done this 12 months ago. Side said. I'm very placed two unanswered. The injuries government will be providing $50 million to kick start the establishment off on shore manufacturing off Marina vaccine right here in Victoria. 12 months ago would have been the best time to have done this. The next best time is right now. Right now, we need to do this. This time would have been 12 months ago, according to the state labor government. We picked four vaccines. One of them fell over. That was the one of the University of Queensland. We picked one to make here. That was the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. That's kind of you, mate and he's being made by CSL. Should we have been preparing to make another one here? The government argues that the CSL vaccine the one they're going to make the Oxford AstraZeneca was further down the line. It had been used our bit. It's on the basis. It's technology is the basis for any bowl of accent. I think it's technology has also been used. To vaccinate wild animals against righties. The federal government's argument has always been that the Marine a vaccines like flies is one he's and was more experimental. They'd wait the
Meet the 'Tactical Gramma'
"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So when you think about video games you're likely thinking about younger people. You know kids who play video games like mario kart or maybe you know kids that are in high school or college. They play older games like call of duty and madden and other stuff like that. Maybe it's your kids. Maybe it's your grandkids who knows but that's typically the audience we think of when we think about video games but something interesting is happening though which is a lot more. Seniors are starting to get into video games or have been playing for a while and they're continuing to do it even as they get older case in point A story. I wrote on tech dot. Usa today dot com about michelle stadium. Who is a grandmother of two in washington state. she goes by the nickname technical. Grandma she when she's not taking care of her grandkids. She is a budding video game. Streamer the fifty eight year old has cultivated a following on platforms like tiktok worship post highlights of her adventures in games. Like the first person shooter call of duty warzone. If you're not familiar with this game it is basically they take one hundred players and they drop them into one area and the last person to survive wins So stadium goes on different platforms such as facebook gaming and twitch and she has a really solid following there but it's tiktok where she has really blossomed as a recording. This her
Samsung Has a New Line Of Affordable Smartphones
"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Follow me on twitter. You might have seen me rail about companies that are putting out these thousand dollars smartphones and they just seem excessive and ridiculous but that doesn't mean that there are another lower costs phones out there. Might you have some details on some new economically price smartphones. This week right. That is true. Samsung recently announced its galaxy a line of smartphones which have much more palatable price points than the top line galaxy s twenty one phones that hit the market back january now. There's this twenty-one phones range in price from eight hundred to twelve hundred dollars but these galaxy phones started one hundred ninety nine and go up to about five hundred dollars now. What's the difference. Well obviously there's difference and mainly these cameras screens just aren't speedy as those higher end phones and they won't have as much memory but they all do have expanded memory slots so if you're just if you're getting a phone for picture taker you know you can just keep adding it can add up to a terabyte you know of card you gotta by the card and you slip included in the models. Are the galaxy. Eight thirty to five g. Which started to seventy nine and it's the lowest price five g phone. Samsung has available. It has a six and a half inch display. And that's the same size display fifty to five g. which is four nine but that phone has a full. Hd plus super amyloid. One twenty megahertz display. That's the first a series model. Have that speedier refresh rate. Which as
NFTs and the music business
"Listeners. Mike snyder here. And i'm brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech. Recently you may have heard us talk about. Nfc's and they are still going strong bread. I think in a ps are here to stay as you reported two weeks ago. We've had all kinds of teas after you just hearing about them enough. Tease stanford non fungible tokens. That's a fancy way of saying something that is unique and irreplaceable digital ledgers. Or blockchain are used to authenticate whatever the nf is or whatever the collectible it is time to now. Some of the wild things we've seen purchased are nba video. Highlights jack door. She's i tweet. A piece of digital art for seventy million dollars and the rock band kings of leon did an nf t special vinyl copies of its latest album now other artists are getting into into the to lindsay lohan. Who i have to admit i forgot. She had put out some pretty popular music in the past is oxygen in often. New single called lullaby snoop dogg in the weekend of tweeted up there looking at music in peace but i just did a story on an artist named shantelle. She hails from barbados. She might remember her. R&b pop hits impossible t shirt while she's making a comeback after her record label contract expired and she's hoping us enough t as a way to maintain some power and control over her music. For her new single has party she's auctioning off the ability to have your name included in a special recording of the song and you could be one of three bidders to have your likeness included in special versions of the cover art of the single which will be signed an authenticated in
Tesla Will Accept Bitcoin as Payment, Elon Musk says
"Can now buy a tesla with bitcoin. ceo elon. Musk said in a series of tweets on wednesday that his electric car company will begin accepting the crypto currency as a form of payment money and tech editor brett. Molina has more. He says any bitcoin that is used to purchase. A tesla will be retained as bitcoin and it will be converted to fiat currency which is basically a fancy way of saying that it won't be converted into money that is government issued must also said the option of pay by. Bitcoin will be available this year for consumers who are living outside the us Tesla talked about accepting. Bitcoin is a form of payment in a filing last month with the securities exchange commission. So it's a big deal. It gives bitcoin more legitimacy as it grows into this new form of crypto currency. There are still some concerns though with the adoption of bitcoin although more companies are starting to use it a federal reserve chair. Jerome powell recently warned that the us public needs to understand better. The risks center involved with using crypto currencies. And he compares it more gold. It's not necessarily something that equates to a dollar but it's more like an asset like gold
Verizon Joins the Cloud Storage Party
"Listeners. It's mike schneider. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech listeners. If you're like me you're constantly creating a bigger data profile with the hundreds of pictures and videos on your smartphone not to mention documents and other data on your computer. I can definitely relate read and you have to be diligent to backup those important digital files just in case something bad happens to your phone or computer. There's already lots of cloud services willing to help out and most of the big names offer some pre storage but a familiar name has a new unique cloud storage plan for you to consider and i wrote about it. The stories up on tech that usa today dot com. It's called berezin. Cloud which the nation's biggest wireless providers about the begin marketing widely. But it's available now and you can get an unlimited storage for photos videos any other files for nineteen ninety nine a month. Now you have to verizon wireless or phya subscriber but you can give up to four of the people access to have their own accounts within your overreach and account and they can each create private files you know with a pen or some type of biometric
Video games for good
"Listeners it's mike schneider and i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech. As with many other events canceled due to the covid nineteen pandemic. there is no south by south west festival in austin texas. This year. That is true. But there's a virtual south by southwest going on online through saturday march twentieth. And i got a chance to participate. Let me tell you a little bit about it. I've been scheduled to moderate a panel last year gaming for good but the festival got cancelled entirely when we knew there was going to be a virtual festival this year the company that sponsored the panel skills decided to go ahead and do it so we recorded our discussion over zoom in late february and it was really enlightening and very made me very hopeful about things. Here there's a story. On tech usa today dot com. You can read that if you want. If you really wanna watch the panel and do all the other fun things at south by southwest. Has you can still buy a ticket to the festival. There's a link in my story for that too. But here's the basics. I learned from from the panel. The panelists we had three of them. there's a program called gamers outreach that provides video game carts that means it has like a secure tv and a game console on. It's it's either hook to wireless or however they do in the hospital in two hundred thirty children's hospitals around the us the founder zach. Weigel began the program when he was a high schooler halo tournament. The got cancelled He'd organiz the tournament but public safety official voice concerns about the high school cafeteria being used for a hobby. That was quote corrupting the minds of america's youth in quote. The guy said so to show the gamers from it meant well the next year weigel try it again and raise money for a local children's hospital with that resulting tournament part of that he learned. The hospitals often have trouble keeping kids occupied when they're recovering from treatment in their rooms so that led him to begin having online fundraising to get these. You know cards game carts into hospitals all over the country if you wanna get involved gamers outreach as gamers forgiving event online this weekend and there's a lincoln my story or you can go to gamers forgiving dot org also this weekend skills which is spelled s. k. i. l. l. z has a gaming for good tournament to benefit the american red cross. You might have heard about skills. They they became a publicly traded company in december twenty twenty and last month. They signed a multi year deal with the national football league to create a mobile game in any sports community around the game. That's gonna come out later this year. Basically did a crowd source thing to get developer to find a way to create a cool game. Play on mobile devices Anyway what skills does they connect millions of players all over the world to compete on about five thousand mobile games including solitaire. Cube and blackout bingo. These these are on android devices and they've had passed charity online events. Where your entry fees to compete you know go towards Charities such as american cancer society world wildlife fund and the nwa. You can see information about this weekend's events in the app itself against s k i l l z and it's on ios and android or. You could find the lincoln my stories
Fresh off blockbuster acquisition, Microsoft will add 20 Bethesda games to Xbox Game Pass
"Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech as we look ahead into the video game crystal ball. Many felt that. Sony has the best lineup of exclusive games coming to the playstation five in the months ahead. But it's possible. That picture is changing. Microsoft has officially completed. Its seven point five billion dollar acquisition of cinemax media which is the parent company of bethesda soft works. Anyone who was into playing video games does the name bethesda. It's created such games as the elder scrolls and fallout plus it on several other studios including it software which created doom and wolfenstein. One upcoming game from bethesda studio death loop is in development arcain studios that will actually be a playstation exclusive when it arrives in may but future bethesda studio games will be xbox exclusives. Xbox gamers will still see immediate rewards from this deal. Microsoft is planning to bring additional bethesda games to its xbox game pass subscription service within days said xbox head phil spencer so xbox game pass which has been gaining in popularity will likely get a boost. Out of this I checked it has about eighteen million pain members that they pay ten dollars a month or more for the service. For instance you can also get it for fifteen dollars if you include xbox live which if you play online multiplayer games you need that anyway and the thing with game pass to is. They haven't just been showing off like games. They've also tried to do a lot of microsoft gains day and date so you can actually buy the game or you can try it out on game pass and i wouldn't be surprised if we see that in a similar way with bethesda where we see a lot of their games available maybe day and date on xbox game pass so
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas to Announce Oscar Nominations
"Nick. Jonas and priyanka chopra are dropping. Some names for your consideration. They'll be announcing the oscar nominations together this upcoming monday. All twenty three categories will be livestreamed. Now michael jordan stepping back into the boxing ring only this time as a director michael is set to make his directorial debut with crete three. And he'll be back to reprise his role as donna's crete and shirtless. Michael says directing has always been a dream but the timing had to be right and showtimes new anthology series. The first lady just cast their first daughter. Lexi underwood from little everywhere will star as molina obama alongside viola davis who play michelle the series also features michelle pfeiffer as betty ford plus. Gillian anderson as eleanor roosevelt.
Apple reopens all its stores
"European e commerce systems. You used today. Learn more at attleboro dot com slash talking listeners. It's mike snyder. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech brett. Would you like to hear some good news. Yes please alright. Well so apple has actually open all of its stores for the first time since march fourteenth. Twenty twenty you know that feels like more than a year ago but it was not even a year ago that that happened. And if you remember back then was one of the first signs that this coronavirus pandemic was going to be serious and deal a serious impact retail and the workplace now. You can't just walk into any apple store yet. Some are open only for pickup of orders while others require fifteen minutes shopping session but you could check online and figure out. What's going on with your store and i have a story about that up on tech that usa today dot com has the lincoln. And if you wanted to go there but the fact that these types of the stores are all reopened across the. Us is a good sign that we're on the right track to some semblance of retail. Normalcy hopeful interestingly apple really didn't suffer sales wise during the pandemic in the report of its most recent financial quarter which was october to december twenty twenty the company said quarterly sales records for iphones including the iphone. Twelve and sold more apple watches airpod and homepod speakers on the way to a quarterly revenue. Record of one hundred and eleven point four billion dollars. It also said a new record prescription revenue from services like apple music and apple news and apple. Tv actually it's apple tv plus because apple. Tv is a device and ipad. Sales rose thirteen percent to interestingly Tim cook the ceo of apple. Said the company could've done even better if the stores were open. So hopefully this reopening story will spread to other retailers to in the weeks ahead yet definitely. I still remember when we first started hearing all these different stores that were closing. And that's when. I think hit me that this was really a big deal because obviously never hear stores closing. Even you know even like hurricane type stuff. Maybe that's maybe the only other time and even then you might still stuck open but to see like wholesale all these different businesses just had down was. I've never seen anything like it.
Malia Obama Will Reportedly Join The Writing Team For New Donald Glover Show
"Former first daughter. Malia obama just landed a cool new gig writing gig me who's twenty. Two has reported joined the writers room for a potential series that donald glover is producing for amazon. Okay donald the hollywood reporter says me was recruited for the show which is supposed to be about beyond say type. public figure. Molina is set to graduate from harvard this year.
Google makes parking way easier
"Hey listeners since mike schneider and brett molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike. Do you ever use your smartphone to pay for parking. Well when i get to leave the house now. I sure do use it. Well once you leave the house again it might get a lot easier for you Google announced this week. It's rolling out a new feature enabling users to pay for street parking or transit services within the google maps app on android smartphones. So here's how it will work. Google parting with two popular parking services passport and park mobile to let drivers pay for their parking meters. What you'll do is you'll go to park. You'll pull up the google maps app. You'll choose pay for parking. You pick the meter number where you're parked the amount of time you need and then you pay one of the better features that i really really really enjoy about this though. One of the biggest pains about paying at the meter. Is you go somewhere and you realize. Oh your meters about to run out after. Walk back and refill it. In this case you can do it right from the app. You can just tap a couple of buttons and you've refilled your meter if you need a longer time. This new pay for parking feature will be available for android smartphone users in more than four hundred cities in the us including boston. Cincinnati houston l. A. new york and washington. Dc another cool part of this update. Is that google. Maps is also going to let users pay for mass transit fares ahead of time and the feature will becoming than eighty transit agencies around the world. So for example. If you're in new york and you pulled up directions to go somewhere and you decide you want to take the subway. You'll see a prompt on google maps with an mta logo asking. If you want to pay your fair now see just hit the button and you'll pay your fare ahead of time. That feature will roll out more. Broadly in the coming weeks according to google
Big changes for Apple Maps
"I'm brett. Molina and welcome back to talking tech. You rely on a smartphone app to check traffic when you go out and about now. Even though there's not as much traffic these days due to the pandemic. I still use one regularly in. My favorite app is ways. I like how ways we'll give you an ta to your destination and we'll give you a preferred route. It also alerts you to issues ahead including car. Crashes slow traffic speed traps now. There's reports that apple maps is going to get an upgrade with some of these features right. Yes there've been a couple of new reports now from both techcrunch and the verge that say real time. Traffic reporting is currently available for those users with the iowa's fourteen point five beta which is available for developers an public beta testers users can report accidents or hazards on the road by using siri or through. Apple's carplay drivers or passengers can verbally tell siri there's a crash up ahead or there's a speed trap here there's also a report button which will show up on the screen and users can mark the location of the accident hazard or speech and then that input can be related to help other users. I do use apple maps some. Because i must have met when time isn't an issue. I think apple maps gives me a more direct less circuitous route and ways. Sometimes it seems like ways is too smart for its own good and puts me in a position where i have to cross a street without stop signs for the crossing traffic. But i would guess. There's some eventually
Fitbit adds blood glucose tracking to its connected app
"Hey there listeners. it's brett molina and welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. If you own a fit the popular wearable that you probably see a lot of people have on the fitness tracker or smartwatch. If you own one of those you might see a special new update coming up on your smartphone. App fitbit announced earlier this week that they are going to offer and new feature that will let users track of their blood sugar level using the devices smartphone app. So here's basically how it will work. When you go into the app you'll see an option there to track your blood sugar level you could set a personalized range to track when you're above or below whatever the appropriate level is that you've set you can also add a reminder so that your fit bit can give you a nudge or your smartphone that can give you a reminder to track your blood glucose level you will still need to manually input your blood sugar level within the app itself. The fitbit device like your smartwatch. Your tracker is going to track it for you. So basically what will happen. Is you have a separate meter actually. Check your blood sugar than you could log it into the fitbit app. You can also do this with the imported from another devices smartphone app. So the one touch glucose meter for example has a separate app. If that's logging data through the meter using that app you can import that over two fitbit and keep track of it that way. It's one of several features. That fit has added over the course of the last couple years where they've wanted to really beef up the amount of health information that you can access either through your device or through the app itself and we're also seeing to now that the company is owned by google. We can fully expect them to expand. Further
"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast
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"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast
"Revealing. That i really went there. But that's part of the layers of the story and jesus came to deal with that on our behalf if we go a little further. There's this passage in scripture to where we're looking at the layers of this interpretation to where if you go into second corinthians where the apostle paul rabbi. Paul is sharing a story about this battle. This warfare that we're in. He says he says for those for though we walk in the flesh in this body we walk in this body. We are not waging war according to this body to the flesh something more. There's layers for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds. Se strongholds wake up strongholds. How many of you guys feel like you have strongholds in your life. Some things that just keep coming up over and over again. Like i gotta get rid of this thing. Am i the only one no i know. I'm not even you going. People live with you. Look what he says. He says we destroy arguments. And every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of god and take every thought captive to obey. Christ there is something sitting in this passage and jesus is dealing with an inside the story to where sometimes the adversary this manipulation. This lie is actually not a physical form. It's when we see the demons and we associate everything that's evil with the demon or the gargoyles or whatever. I think we're missing it because it's so easy to dismiss those characters. Those aren't real. They no such thing and we go about our way. Evil is something deeper in. It happens in our mind. We pick up stories. Every single one of us picks up stories and experiences throughout our life. We actually are born into a certain home with a certain set of parents and then we start traveling through school and then we start picking up stories. Maybe we've been bullied. Maybe there's been gossip. Maybe somebody said something about us is untrue and we wear it and we start putting all of this on us and it's all existing in our minds and when we let those stories play out they tell us something. That's not true about who we are in. Jesus came to deal with this. Check this out. I love this saying it. Says there is an evil spirit that is present beyond our human capacity to understand and greater than our human efforts to overcome there. Is this something that's happening. That is in this space that we pick up and we can't always overcome it ourselves again. Jesus came to deal with this. There is a divine spirit that is available to us to fight this battle. But let's look at the next layer so we dealt with this evil thing and that there's more to it than just the i see but jesus did something else so if we back up in the story to chapter three and we'll have it on the screen here if we back up chapter three. We have a situation where john a guy by the name of john. Baptize her baptize. Jesus jesus gets taken under the water in a ritual and he comes out of the water and then this happens versus number seventeen. Three seventeen says and a voice from heaven said this is my son bam mic. Drop right at that moment. God the father is giving jesus his identity. There is no other identity under the sun. Except for what god says about jesus and it's a son then it says whom i love and with him. I am well pleased. So jesus gives his identity from something outside of himself. God the father puts identity on him and then the very next passage says and then the spirit led him out into the wilderness. Now watch what happens. After the story we just shared where he's in the wilderness and he gets tested with we keep going chapter four. We get to chapter forber seventeen. We see that from time to time or from that time on. Sorry from that time on jesus began to what he began to preach and teach a story that we call gospel. That's the greek word for good news. And what jesus is preaching is check out. Jesus words he says repent for the kingdom of god has come near now. When i first started being a church going guy. I started going. I heard all the time about repent and be baptized. The kingdom of god is at hand and the pastor would always say kate repentance as you're walking one way in life and you're center and you're doing all these things which are true but repentance means to turn one hundred and eighty degrees in the other direction and you walk this way and walk away from that sin and that is that is true. But jesus the way he's using it here he saying rope it. Change your mind about what. I'm teaching you chain. He's talking to. Jews would have known all the old testament and he's saying. I know you think you know what's going on. But i'm taking you to different layers. Change your mind about what. I'm teaching you and then the kingdom of god will be yours right now because the kingdom of god exists between these two years right here. It's something happening in our mind as well as in god sovereign power. We only got two two layers. There's ten more layers to this story. He did this on our behalf..
"molina" Discussed on The Frame
"Welcome back to the frame weekend. I'm John Horn and not far from where I'm sitting at is the Pasadena playhouse. Its new production of the play. The father is now onstage. Alfred Molina Stars as a man lost in time and place. Furniture appears to rearrange itself. People look drastically different from one moment to the next time is moving but not in a straight line. Molina's character has dementia and it's an illness that sadly has affected the actors wife before we got into the details of the father. Molina shared his secret for auditioning. I I used to pride myself on turning up at auditions and giving the impression that I had somewhere better to be Because I always believe that the last thing you want to seek at an audition is any kind of approbation or any kind of you know. Thanks so or or you know compliment. I suspect you didn't audition for this play but the plate lands on your desk and you read it. Why did you want to be in it? Well first of all you receiving I have a desk. So that's the that's the first mistake it. Yeah we'll happen In all seriousness. What was I was involved in? A by the way have we started Not to turn away from now. What happened was I had been in conversation with our mutual friend. Jenkins Merrick and I had just always about to move into my new home which is all that far away from here and the Pasadena playhouse was at a local theater and I was keen to work there. She introduced me to Denny Feldman the artistic director. He then got in touch me and said look. Here's a list of plays that we're considering an straightaway. The first one on the list was the Fatheh fluorine zealous the Father. I should say And it became the obvious choice. You have a play as written and you have a life as experienced with your wife. How do those two overlap? And what information do you take away from? What you've seen with your wife that informs the way you approach this character well I the the experience obviously informs the work it. It can't help but do that But also I I've used that experience I've used it. Sort of hopefully creatively and in a way. That's respectful and one thing that I wanted to to do one reason why I wanted to do. The play was that I wanted it to. I wanted to turn the last ten years of my family's experience into something Tangible into something that we can be proud of I remember years ago when I was still studying when I was at drama school I remember One of One of my fellow students would go very badly injured and had to drop out of school for Awhile and he his ad teachers said you know any creative persons obligation is to turn pain into art. And that's that's what I'm trying to do. We're talking with Alfred. Molina about his play the father which is now at the Pasadena playhouse. This is a story about a father and it's a story about that father daughter and for people around my age who have parents who are still alive and might be in their late eighties nineties. This play is also hard to watch because it's starting to touch on issues that are starting to become factors in their lives and watching this play with a father who is sharp but you know is approaching. Ninety is really challenging. And I'm wondering as a child of somebody WHO's older. What do you think this play has to say about how we deal with people who are going through memory issues and what we can learn from it about how we talk and understand them? Well I think you know I you know I'm. I'm not an expert on on dementia Alzheimer's or anything like that. But I do know that. We're reaching epidemic proportions Sunday in this country and and more and more people are going to be touched by it in some shape or form but I think what we understand by seeing play like this and and and experiencing an evening like this is the inevitability of it that you know I mean Touch would your dad will stay sharp as he gets as he gets older. And and and you know he made deal without the frailties but if you can if you can still if he still knows what a piece of toast is that's fantastic And you know and I wish you well. The truth is for many many people. It's going to be it. It's a it's a it's a journey of diminishing returns and you you know Those mosaic tiles. Keep falling off. An all we can do is just try and and be there you know. I mean I think it's interesting for instance over the last few years. Most of the research into dementia Alzheimer's has shifted from trying to find a cure to looking for a more effective preventative measures. To at least put off longer or detect it sooner. Which is I think a much more effective way of dealing with it because at some point or other. We're all going to get it at some point or other. Something's going to get us. You know and sort of being full worn for armed. I think the physical manifestations of your character on stage are also noticeable. When we first see Andrei he's doing a crossword puzzle that he's dressed to the nines he's moving confidently and as the story progresses and we don't really know over what time period. That's kind of a mystery or at least You know open to interpretation. He's unable to get dressed or he's kind of developing some erratic movements. When you're thinking about the physical manifestations of what you wanted to communicate what was your approach and what did you talk about with your director. Well a lot of it was was what I witnessed with with my wife. the the the physical Decline she was you know a very vibrant very active woman. She she was an actor a writer. She she She was engaged in life in a very positive and joyous way. And you know as a family we. We watched her decline. And I noticed there were certain things that I noticed with people Who going through the same thing. There are certain physical changes that are universal. It seems to everyone. Who did you know the the shaking and the change in one's gate it for instance is very very noticeable. The the way that A person who's who may stood up strong with this with a good strong upright spine suddenly walks with a curved spine and wolves in kind of with the shuffle. All those things are very typical and it was really just applying it in a way that was appropriate to to the character. You know we we are. You know it's nothing and I'm certainly not ashamed of it. Although I remember when when my mother passed away my brother and I were were at You know she was Italian. So she had open casket very traditional burial and people came and paid their respects and brother. I said to my brother. I'm going to remember this moment because it might come in Handy one day and I wasn't ashamed to say that I'm an actor. That's what I do you know and I knew that this moment had a relief. There was a profound basis to this. This moment was meaningful and it was something that I know I could use. My my brother got very angry with me but you know I did the same thing here you know. I tried to turn some I. I tried to turn the experience that we will add into something. That's hopefully in some way Cathartic and and awful. Alfred Molina so good to see you thank you. Alfred Molina Stars in the father is at the Pasadena.
"molina" Discussed on The Frame
"Whether they're releasing a digitally on CD or on Vinyl Cheryl Belsky says they always try to go back to the earliest purest source. Now some of those sources may be digital right but the preference if you're going to make a vinyl record in nineteen is source it from analog so it's all analog in the chain so you use an analog tape and you cut the. Acetate on a lathe that has the capabilities to skip any digital stage in the case of the Hank Williams record though the sources are Acetates Acetate. Discs are basically old school phonograph records and a colleague of ours. Digitize these recordings in the late eighties I believe. That's what we worked from. We still have the sources to go back to but they had deteriorated to a state where the digitized versions that he made. Twenty Five. Thirty years ago are are better than what? The originals are right now. So even analog purists have to concede to digital sometimes like Pavlovsky a veteran grammy winning producer. Who worked at Rhino and EMI Capitol Records before she cofounded Omnivore Twenty? Ten digital technology has gotten so good that high resolution files. It's inaudible the difference. It had to be proven to me because I was very much purist and wanted to stay all analog but eventually as the resolution and the bit rates and everything got better you know somebody sent me some test. Pressings one time that were all high resolution digitally sourced and I just had to say the sounds fantastic so sometimes you have to introduced digital into the chain. And if it's done properly it's not a bad thing digital restoration. Also means that if the original source deteriorates or Burns up in a fire the recording lives on. It's hard to know what all was irreparably lost in the universal fire but Pavlovsky knows at least this much well the ability to go back to the stone cold original. You know If you want to make copies from something you don't WanNa make a copy from a copy right if copy. Tapes DIDN'T EXIST IF SAFETIES didn't exist like they don't multi tracks. The new actually did lose original music. That you can't get back alternate takes. I would takes studio chatter. That's that's the kind of stuff. That is completely irreplaceable. And when it comes to preservation digital doesn't mean safer computer files are perhaps even more impermanent than analog media and I should know I I interviewed Cheryl Pavlovski and Michael Graves for this story back in July and somehow lost the recording. It's a good thing I wasn't Hank Williams's engine for the frame. I'm Tim got another galaxy. Adeane need so. That's how you restore vintage recordings. But what if you can't even get an album made anymore? That's next on the frame. Welcome back to the frame. John Horn the renaissance in vinyl records isn't slowing down last year. Nearly nineteen million albums were sold a fourteen and a half percent increase over two thousand eighteen. It's almost a given now. That new recordings will get a vinyl release. You just heard a story about a record. Label that specializes in restoring and reissuing vintage recordings. But what if you can't even get a vinyl record made anymore? That's now a concern. Because of a recent fire in the desert town of banning that destroyed the Apollo Master Plant. It was one of only two places in the world that manufacturers a key component in the making of vinyl records what's called a blank lacquer here's La Times pop. Music writer. Randall Roberts explaining how it works a lacquer is the equivalent of negative for a film the Lacquer is the master from which all other records are. Cut A new release by an artist who've never put that record out on vinyl before they of course need a lacquer and they need to hire a mastering engineer who's responsible for translating their master tape onto a lacquer literally cutting the sound wave the groove into this blank black kind of mirror like disk soda that work for new releases for catalog releases. If you've run out of blank lacquers. How do you make new records? Well it only applies for new releases or new reissues that haven't come to market before for the most part if an artist like Queens for example or the Beatles obviously they have already pressed a lot of records and those stampers they're called are available and warehoused at record pressing plants so if capitol records runs out of a Stack Beetle Beatles releases they just order another one and it goes through the press capitol records actually used to own Apollo but with the advent of CDs. Got Out of that. Business and as vinyl has had a resurgence Apollo and a Japanese company. Mdc have pretty much. Got Complete control over the market for these blanks. How did that happen? How did to companies end up with such accumulated power in the market when the major labels decided that compact discs were the future for them? They quickly sold what they owned. A lot of the labels own their own systems presses pressing companies. They just unloaded all of their stuff without really any concern for weather. Vinyl would be back and be a profitable format for them in the future. So when that happened you know who's consolidation? It was companies buying companies until this company called Apollo bought it and they're based in Maria. We're talking with Randall. Roberts the La Times about the catastrophic fire at Apollo Masters. You quote somebody in the story saying what happens. If Apollo goes out of business. They didn't really contemplate the fire. But now there's been a fire is going to be a real problem in getting blank discs to strike new vinyl records not in the next six months because their stock a lot of the bigger pressing companies order their supply annually. For example I talked to. Liz Dunster at Erica Records Wayne Park and she orders both from Apollo and from MDC in Japan and she just completed an order or she just received an order so so she's fine and a lot of people are fine but the question is nine months or a year from now. When the stock dwindles the the question is the time line on when a new. Us based manufacturer can fill the hole left by the Apollo fire. So what has Apollo said? Do they have plans to rebuild? How much cleanup are they facing? What happens for the company? They have only issued one statement on their website acknowledging the fire and expressing relief that no one was hurt or injured in the fire. I've reached out to them a few times and haven't heard back from them. And considering the cost of manufacturing in California overall it would be hard to justify rebuilding in banning where they are slash were and they have a lot of cleaning up to do before they can even consider that because there were five or six explosions. I was out there and it was a mess. Your story sites some sort of secret. Formula sounds like the recipe for Coca Cola that Apollo has would that make it difficult for another company to start basically from scratch and tried to replicate. It is that Apollo does so. Well well I think that it's. It's not so secretive a sauce. That another manufacturer wouldn't be able to step in. I mean there's institutional knowledge at Apollo they're geniuses at Apollo who know this machinery and know the chemistry and I'm sure that they will pass. On the information there is a consortium of vinyl pressures and companies involved in in the industry called the Vinyl Alliance who released a statement over the weekend and they expressed confidence that some sword of new solution can be found within the next year. Randall Roberts covers pop music at the time. He's the author of the article. How a fire in the inland empire could spell doom for the worldwide final LP Boom Randolph. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you John and that'll do it for today. Remember you can follow us on facebook and twitter. You'll find us at the frame. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the broadcast center..
"molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Real dumb. I would like to take the nipple away from Theresa and give it to Sheryl Crowe. Sorry. I just forgot that she was involved in the project. Well, molina. Oh, thank you. All this has been my My pleasure. pleasure. Absolute pleasure. Hopefully, we did not freak you out at the beginning. I know I was very flattered that I must admit I had no idea what you were talking about. But I'm I'm very thank merged with your face on it. It's a cartoon version of you. And it says feminist icon. Alfred Molina some very pleased to be a feminist on stuff. The wild with a feminist icon. Alfred Molina it is our fault. We can order you shirt looking. Yeah. Jamie designed it through the full. We'll do we'll do the work. There's pillows that's weird. Conway. Well, I'd love to I'd love to. I wish I was someone else now because I I wouldn't be able to wear that. Can you imagine walking around? It's not it's not. Said walking around with your agent's phone number on the Becky Jackie. And trust me. I've tried that. It just doesn't doesn't go down. Well, but I'm very that's very flattering. Thank you. Thank you has been such an honor and treat for us. Well, then invite me again, oh, we have the second time spoil it. Tomorrow. It doesn't matter where here. What did you guys do this every week with a different movie? Yes, grant, cool. Yeah. I been doing a long have you been doing the punk cost over two years. Yeah. Quite we've covered a lot. We do neponset on Spiderman two. Go Kentucky nights. We did. Almost raiders of the lost aria. We've covered a few tough stopping talking about that. I think it's I'm getting some getting so old and is like it's sort of. It's it's like Kennedy forty years old. So say is that kind of you have people saying these so what was it like making movies in those days? It wasn't exactly the silent here. Once again, we've been so honored and thrilled to have you here. Is there anything that? You would like to plug angel vine, which is the podcast that we've been all of the Vicary. I've been working on Oliver is the rioter, and I'm I just I just played opponent. And it's it's a great one for film buffs as well. Because it's it's a it's a sort of new law stories kind of loosely loosely based on the whole kind of you know, is it the blue of the black black Dahlia story the, and it's one of those great things. But it's basically like a movie inside your head. You know, and every every listener will we'll have their own the own movie going on, and it's besides so that's that's what we've been, you know, schlepping a took us around town talking about and that once again is the angel of fine engine. Fine. Thank you again so much for being absolutely my pleasure. Thank you so much for inviting me, thank you can do our plugs. But yeah, thank you so much, and we'll we'll we'll be here next week. Yeah. Phoenix by..
"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"And as I'm waiting to finish up because I had to get back into London. I see a guy walking down the corridor of Shepardson so L street studios, and he's carrying too big suitcases made out of us banks, and you can see into the an eight suitcases made up these little components an each compartment little tuft of stroll. And I'm thinking we'd didn't put suit again. Cut to my first day on the film. I'm really excited I turn up and I see the same guy with the the perspex suitcases in the little tufts of Stroyev's compartment. I'm thinking. I wonder what that is. So I get on stage and onto the sound stage in the first scene is the scene where we did the famous. We did the famous thing with ROY me the idol throw you the whip that was the first day. I keep saying this with the suitcases. And then he's and then not get told that we're doing the spine to sequence I'm thinking. Oh, great. So then I see the guy again, not soon to together and underneath each tuft of straw. This. Great big tarantula. Fine to get out. I'm thinking Jesus Christ. And then they start putting ill put him on. And I'm like really thinking this handle he's kinda going Dari Mr. Molina that perfectly safe the homeless, they only start acting up. If you put a female amongst them. Some uncovered with there must have been about maybe thirty of them. And that's perfectly still not moving. So we start shooting and Stephen says, they look like they're asleep. Can we get them to move around and the guys spraying things they don't moving terrified? So the this guy says I well that I don't even move if a female among. Stephen goes, we'll do it. By this point. This goes to the suitcase again puts on another tarantula, and they go nuts, and you see in the movie that's right bling about every one of them crawled up onto my face, and I was like Khan and then as shooting I hit Stephen. Alfred look scared. I was like I want felt one of them. Just go here. Like in my mouth. I'm just gonna I'm going to resign. Cut. It was kind of they were homeless. I mean, the only thing I found anything on notice was a few days later on the back of my neck that was like a weird rash. But that was just a little bit or it's Asian from the his, let's right. But they don't poisonous us that bite or anything on them. They deal with. So why are we so afraid of? Gary, okay and stripe in that big. You know, I mean, the irony is accused of dangerous spiders in the world of the tiny little ones that, you know, look, quite an cute. Yeah. That's my that's my Maghrbia. That's I feel like that. That might even be in the movie where it going right up. It gets close. There's one little shut where my where I I look as if I'm rolling my eyes. And I think that was it was either that there that it fell off. It was how long take to shoot that scene. It was the best part of a moaning because different angles. And also that was the other thing is when he when they put the female on the law. The law of the the spot is kept falling off. So it looks. So they looked like millions of the next day. It was like maybe three to cut back. And but this the handler was so protective of his charges. I mean, it was like these spiders his babies us kind of when they fell he was kind of get really concerned if someone to I'll do it all to it and he picked him up, and he was kind of stolen. Stroessner? Trying to spy I mean, it's obviously obviously lives. Life's work. Earned every penny. As with terrific. Expires the motion picture we still mild. Probably the first movie to bond over that sort of thing. Molina's? Yeah. Gearless check in with you very quickly. Your vacation was okay. Yeah. I went to a lot of movie, which was a lot of movies. Give us a couple of highlights. Fine. Mr. With Mr. million in it. I saw vice fine. Vice this show's going episode titled cast. Street. He is credited in that movie, by the way, advice advice on credit. Yeah. Do we consider that a cameo? How it was. It was such a tiny..
"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"And that ended up taking me video games, which took me to Broadway oddly enough. He's a little Broadway Broadway. I don't know if you noticed Fred completely to not on Utah. The talking leaves deserve no interest in hurry. Your stores for the benefit of the listening audience. I was listening. That's not how it came off. Because I fought it. That was the giveaway cameras. And his defense was heard stories million, actually. So I said actors gonna make it fresh every time that's what we do me doesn't. With me. But you you on the Broadway as well was the Broadway in anything talk radio with Lee Schreiber when they brought it brought it back Lee have and Peter Herman Sebastian stands Stephanie March. Yeah, it was a great great bunch of follow never seen your work. And I think that's a great cast. Yeah. That was my first my first time at the Broadway rodeo, and then came out here about eight years ago decided to go from voice over and try to get back in front of the camera that a couple of things and then here we are doing behind the camera. The camera doing voiceover again. Very charismatic. Oliver get agree on your thoughts on this charisma extrordinary they blinds. But I want to keep looking. Getting a little blind once couple and then insulting the. Time. I kid I kid look at look at your dole. As part of a nice safe space for my eyes. Nothing but positive energy these assholes walked in here. Alydar you're married. What your story? Do we have children? I do how many kids two two boys eleven and nine and the nine year old's favorite Molina movie is Chuck a lot. Yeah. Yeah. No. He's doesn't even know who you are. My eleven year old knows. Yeah. Don't mind. Well, maybe you're freezing them to be better. They know that they know they know they know him as who's that guy in the picture. That's that's as my friend. Fred, my friend, Fred. But yeah. Levin year old twelve year old now birthday. Yeah. And what are the boys names, Gavin and miles and miles. Couple of what part of town you live in you, comfortable saying studio city, you're not far from here at all. Then no great. No really going carpenter carpenter. They're actually in New York. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I left in there. It'd It'd be be okay. perfect time. I saw that home alone movie. Flip that plotline. Yeah, they live in New York. I go back and forth. It's like, it's like home alone. Two two. I knew there was some. Connections threat. I was trying to make and that brings me back to Trump. Using that movie right is over that. Pops up is. Forgotten that it's a cameo. And now, he's our president. All right. Oliver. Get back in New York for the holidays. Yeah. And so you got to see the kids kids. Hey, no, my son is eleven and this is the year that he discovered how your kids. My boys are in that full. Sees my daughter's thirty eight really now my question is and you can weigh in on this my son. This was the year where turned eleven let us know. He did not believe in Santa Claus Father Christmas for user. Nicholas. We've only just heard of Christmas. Came over with. I wasn't. Madonna rodale. And then she grew up at that. Off santa. Exchange. Well, I believe in Father Christmas, the great Soma Greg leak from Emerson lake and Palmer. Okay. You're welcome. Thank you word for it. References great song. So my question to you though, Oliver the twelve year old still believes never believed. He's doing a great job of pretending to still believe the benefit of his nine year brother, who to be honest couldn't care less. If there's a Santa he's asking for like sixteen thousand dollar Nike's this year, not going to happen. Well, Santa's at Nope. Already talked to them. Would you get them? Couple of kids. Nothing lesson. Know your place is that miles goddamn, right detriment. Kevin. It every once again extensively eventually to drug addict. No way. Fleshing smart loves here's the same thing. I wanna motorcycle. So I got him into Coty sixteenth scale some art are that's all of our. Satellites to do it for car. Those big big closer Fakhar care care. Had hurt your career one hundred percent. That's why I'm back in the game. Boy. How over your kids when they they cut loose on Santa to be on his so long ago. I'm beginning to think that they will quite young..
"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Dot com slash Pardo to redeem your offer, let them know that we sent you that lets us know that you know, that we know that you like a clean shave, Harry's. When your face could use a shave everybody. Welcome back to the program pursue Twenty-three. Go crap twenty two twenty three twenty two and we had some numbers issues that Alfred Molina is, of course, recognized from his many roles in motion pictures, a lot of talkies television, right television. Right. The law and order one of the one of the ninety five law and orders. Right. I want to say law and order, Los Angeles. And it became known as Lola. L Lauren O to LA. Yeah. That's no longer on there. That was but then you were on something recently. Yes. I did the last thing I did on TV was feud Farrand, which you were wonderful. In fact, my wife, and I were just talking about that last night because they showed during the Golden Globes. It showed the commercial for. Fossey which is also on FX. Is it doesn't is being done at the same people. It is not. Okay. Well, looks good just to say, hopefully, yeah, I'll Sam Rockwell playing him fantastic. And then it got us talking about how much we enjoyed feud. And how great you were very kind to which I then said, hey on the podcast tomorrow. And then my son my eleven year old son went your duck. I am. And he goes dead. And make sure you told my said lo I will make sure that's interesting your son's eleven did. You say, sir. Yes. So he wasn't even born when the movie came out, which is like, a lovely. I love the idea of these films kind of have a have a continuation. You know, well after they've been released, you know, it's it's it's cool. What you're most recognized. Is that safe to say? Yeah, I think what it depends very often depends on the age of the person. Who's doing the noticing sometime? You know, there's a. There was you know, if it's if it's a younger crowd, particularly young males sort of under say under forty then Spider-Man, right? As the Los stall divinity code may be kinda come right? But then forty fifty it's a bit. Unites and some of the moment free to and then if it's if it's a a lot of women of that in that age group, you know, that they it's an education, and, you know, the psyche more sign we'll kind of John it, April so movies, Chokola chocolat poke, good example. What not without my daughter's or as we begin to know without my padeas. Well. And it was. Yeah. So it's nice. I I never I never get irritated. When people bring those old movies up because I was telling myself, you know, that those movies put two kids through college on. I'm you know, I'm grateful full disclosure. I did not remember you're in raiders lost. Ark. Did Did I? I? Up in those days. But my son remind him and he said dead mixture you ask them about raiders. And I said, I I I'm thinking he's eleven son. That's Harrison Ford. No, he's in the he's partner that's in the air on your head with the only because my said, well, several hours actually, the the irony is I was my tiny. It was only in the first maybe eight minutes of the movie, and it had absolutely nothing to do with the PLO of the rest of the movie. So that sequence which was full of action full of stuff that sequence Goeke was constantly being cannibalized trailers and promo reels..
"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Now, they're walking as we speak. Look come on. There's for Molina wearing getting jacket as if he's going to go walking around the Broadway district. And there's I wanna say that's Oliver you Oliver. Hey, oliver. How are you? Good. I'll say your last name for me care. Do I love that? Fokker noyce. My son's name is Oliver. But he said with my last name of Pardo. It's not as exciting as VO care. Yeah. This. What did I say? I vote quarer is what I said. I don't know what University Square through the Z in there for some reason. Yeah. Vo care Elfriede sitdown. You're making me very uncomfortable. Well, I I I was not expecting that accent. I'm not gonna lie to you. I so used to doing a an American ex God. Lina? What do you do? Everything's. Well, he's right in there. I wouldn't get that close to him. Alfred. I don't know if you've seen the growth on his faces a disaster that gross. I don't know stress and strife. It definitely isn't how we're we're test ministers. I am the master. You guys are here at a new day. I'm starting a new nickname today. I want to be called the master. And I hope you run board with it. Feeling maybe you're starpower Briggs this to through issue. I think it's going to happen. I disagree with that, sir. All right. The name of the podcast is the angel on vine. How did I screwed up angel of the angel? Vine new well, it's closer to I've are. Okay. Listen to sewed see to. I'm and I'm looking forward to listen to the are they're eight total ten total. Okay. There's eight available right now. There's going to be ten total. I'm only two in. I'm enjoying the heck out of me too. Yeah. It's like true crime, but scripted so. Yeah. Kind of fictionalized true crime. Yeah. And Oliver you you really nail it. We'll talk more about it. When it comes over to the big seat. But you really nail the NPR vibe cadence of where I want to baseball your head. And it's like, we got it. What no Elfriede out? Cadence just they just remind you of this first of all we don't care for the language. I'll tell you that you clean it up. This is what you're having. No. But we all heard that filth mouth ears. We all heard it said he says fucking not even bloody which you'd expect. So. Now here. I don't know if this is a spoiler, but we're episodes in and the gentleman here promoting no Molina Noma later. Yeah. When does he show up? Why does he show can't wait to find out exciting? They save the second best below. Episode nine then somewhere around that. She was late. Oliver cares. Her. That's still wrong. I'm gonna say it again, then volcano. Care like fuck heard. Care beautified out of care. Your thought you just ruined it again. This guy is thirty bucket. Weirdo. Name is it French? What what is what is Spanish haddish you see Roma? Speaking of Mexico. Another country that speak Spanish that was my lame segue Elford if you've seen the Roma yet, I have you have I love the two yesterday at the motion picture house, my wife, and I and we went we have the screeners, of course, because that's one of the ones going around. But also on that on Netflix. We said let's go seat at the theater because if I if I got a read, and it's a movie, I this is an insult to it. I think it's one of those movies that if you watch it at home, you could easily get distracted by you need to see it in the theater. Yeah. Did you see seventy millimeter? I don't know. Nerdy. See seventy million precise here. Yeah. Stop isn't harming it. Usually weighs him down. You've never had that before this is new for you, these these lip fungus have very often when it happens. It is it's wrong. And I don't know what's gonna do. You have three there's three I usually only have one ended up. What happens? Bizarre holidays a kid. I've been getting them is horrible. We all get we'll get closer. Start French kissing. That's my reading for people just sound system. So people could enjoy your jokes..
"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Just what the most appropriate thing to talk about. When that song. It's played is the Quincy documentary. See quincy. No Quincy Jones produced that song. And there's a great documentary about him. You've seen that Netflix. Yeah. Enjoyed it. Really? Good. Yeah. Watched on the plane. Is that right? Yeah. Anyway, good back to these horrible people. That's it. That's it just watching that. And I think that the Lear remedy program is better than ever this season as well. Just watch the Shelly Miscavige one. Boy. Oh, boy fascinating. Right. Is that the wife that was just missing for years? How hard is it just to make her just just ever show up somewhere ever do something get some groceries and end any speculation that she's been murdered or she still has not appeared appeared holy shit. But I'm with you just the next time. David Miscavige has to go out and cut a ribbon have her stand next to just show evidence that she's alive like they did with Milania whenever it was like, there's a double right out them. And like she was just visiting for a few weeks. Remember, she was missing or at least was just not in the spotlight for few issues. Busy by red criminal, which I'd like the breakfast mysteries. I don't know why we're Matamoros. Well, they're just they're bit Macab. They looked festive and fun. The thing is is that it's. It's because she did it, right? That people exactly hitching, but they also looked like the robes from Handmaid's tale. So that's true that they would have made that correlation necessarily if was that. Yeah. Like that. Right. That did it right. I saw that exact red tree at the Home Depot or something. And that's a neat. Looking tree. Get who want twenty of those coal kitman dressed up like him at the Golden Globes. I don't know if you notice right in that front wrote it, and she she did did you see that movie? You see that destroyer? The Nicole Kidman was supposed to bring that for you today wasn't. I let you down. I had to race out of the house this morning to to an appointment that was ended up being cancelled. Which was as we know it was at least by my house. It was pouring rain when I left as I got here. The sun's out knowing understands why you're Harka. It was cold and rainy, and then I my appointments in Reseda. Then I got the receipt and the the long to the gentlemen. Change his mind. What the what was happening? I apologize for the vagueness of this. But we're yeah. It's very bizarre. Okay. Was the gentlemen, David Miscavige? Actually was Shelly I was supposed to be Shelley how. And then I got there. Interesting. Yeah. Harry mysterious reut mystery deepens, it does we're also at the tail end of dirty, John. We got one more episode of that. Which I I know you've listened to the podcast. Yeah. Danielle has to I don't know anything about it. So you guys is she are you like more engaged than she's just isn't gauge whether or not, but I will say I again, I I don't want you to respond in any way, shape or form to what about the won't even look at. If it doesn't end dirty John taking a bullet between his is. I'm going to be bummed out. Because it what a creep jerk there. I've said it Garin explain to Mr. Molina that you're Mr. partisan explain to them that you've got nine canker sores for some reason don't explain that. He'll see we'll see that be repulsive. Attention. All right. And then I believe Oscar Anne sorry. Oliver vast queer is that the interested to learn how to this gentleman's name the angel on vine isn't even the podcast that elfin is promoting which is also there we go..
"molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"It's a procedural the structures the same week after week. And he said that he he'll go through the script over the weekend before they start. And he just he says there are two lines two kinds of lines the he'll just rub out instantly. And I said what Ave he said? Well, if riots gives me a line where I'm saying to someone I'm sorry for your loss that goes and the other one is any variation on. And then what happened? Oh, yeah. I kept not mind when I did my shirt law and order franchise. And I was I I was playing played that the then I ended up playing the one of the detectives and that kept coming up. Yeah. Every week. Yeah. Sorry, you loss. And I I didn't have the then what did you do? I I didn't have the guts to say. Yeah. It's not good enough. Christopher valenti. It's not. So I said the lines. Yeah. Well that I didn't have eleven years of the show behind me. Right. Well, that is the other thing too is when you start pushing back when you say, it's okay for me to say in what I really rather not do this. And that I think if if you come from the good side of it, all then you are instinct is to play along with others and be nice and want the team to win and do his hard work and help out as much as we can. But then yeah, I think something about it going from fifty what what I really admire about that that doing that show was the way you'd watch these actors would come in for one day or two days playing the victim's parents, right? All the and they would always have the one scene where they breakdown right either. In the in the jury books, or in the witness stand, or you know, in front of the policemen giving statement, they have that scene have the scene where the whole plug is laid out as to why they lost. The kid, and there's and he's always hugely dramatic and emotional and these actors I take my if I was wearing a hat. I would take it off because they they come in. They're like prepared they spend a whole day crying their eyes out. And then they go on they're doing more in that one day's work than you're doing the whole episode God going then what happened. Oh, man. And the answer is. Yes. Yes. I am much more particular about what's going to get out of my pajamas. All right. It's time for Kevin's pop quiz between five and fifteen points possible for each of the following three questions. This is for you for it wants to final scores tabulated it will be posted on our website along with the current standing in the top one hundred are you ready? I'm ready question. Number one, Keith David or David Keith. Case, david. That's correct question. Number two, Carl weathers or the weather in Carlsbad. Call weather's also, correct. Last question, Steve. Right. We've got three out of three clocking moved to the top ten. Holy cow. Congratulations. Oh, thank you. Well done who Steve Ryan. Okay. Okay. I'm getting missing right? Well, nicely done again the name of this beautiful park. I keep looking back because I don't wanna fuck it up. And it sounds like. Said Steve Jobs that would have been incorrect. No the way that particular game works is that I we would have got just as excited oak. Because if you long this or that the first two, and then the last one is just last. The angel. Vine the angel vying the crater again is. How are we spelling that Kathy? I think is via a c Q you. We're not even close. There. We are. Yeah. It's like cowboy without the at the end nice like arrow, but very night gone. The Angela vine check that out on Stitcher, or however, you do your podcast, ten episodes. I promise you'll enjoy. I believe we have. The lead. Detective Joe is coming on the show. Also a couple of weeks. I'm very excited talked to him about that. I thought he did a smashing. Yeah. He's wonderful and terrific in this. Yeah. The angel vine, and so many other things in the canon of Alfred Molina for everyone to enjoy. Thank you. Thank you. This has been a delightful pleasure. A coupla around..
"molina" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Yes he is but i prefer a pitchers dole i still say while most chicks dig long ball this chick digs are good one nothing game where it's extremely tense and every single pitch could be essentially a pitch or could produce a hit that turns out to be the only one that's necessary it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio so going back to sunday when you had tore lavelle o of the diamondbacks and yada molina of the cardinals get into a skirmish the the outcome i'm sure that major league baseball trying to figure out how to deal with this without without going to overboard so yada your molina made contact with an empire as he was being held back or is he was kind of going after it lamelo if you don't remember tori got tossed out for arguing balls and strikes and he got really carried away and while he's at home plate which automatically he was gonna get toss it anyway while he's at home plate he's referring to molina who's standing right there with a with a derogatory term and he swears he wasn't he wasn't specifically calling molina that but he was definitely talking about him as he's standing right there and words that came out of his mouth was a little bit overboard was still playing on tuesday.
"molina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A breeder and returned with a great dane they named molina they love this dog in proportion to its size and soon their hearts had no room for anyone else in terms of family their six children had been nothing more than a failed experiment molina was the real thing the dog was your first true common interests and they loved it equally each in their own way our mother's love tended towards a horizontal a pet being little more than a napping companion something she could look at and say that looks like a good idea scoot over why don't you a stranger peeking through the window might think the two of them had entered a suicide pact she and the dog sprawled like corpses their limbs arranged into an internal embrace my father love the great dane for its size and frequently took her on long aimless drives during which she stick her heavy and will sized head out the window and li great quantities of foamy saliva other drivers pointed in stared rolling down their windows to shout hey you got to saddle for that thing went out for a walk there was the inevitable are you walking her or is it the other way round our father always laughed as if this with the first time meet heard it the attention was a dictator idi enjoyed a pride of accomplishment he'd never felt with any of us it was if he it was as if he were somehow responsible for her size in stature is if he'd personally designed her spots in trained her to grow to the size of a pony when out with the dog he carried a leash in one hand and the shovel in the other just in case he said just in case what she dies in you need to barrier i didn't get it no we'd say it's for you know it's for her business my father was retired but the dog had business i was living in chicago when they first got molina in every time i came home the animal was beggar every time there were more marmaduke cartoons displayed upon the refrigerator and every time my voice grew louder as i asked myself who are these people down girl my parents were chuckle is the puppy jumped up panting for.
"molina" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"molina" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Which ones are the saddest oliver three is that a guy like and his but then but the prompt man and i almost instantly in unison went the custody dreams on that so now they are they are they really sad ties unless they can overseas near the four but i don't i'm convinced an english directive might not have might not have i think i i sit didn't occur to me until she asked the question good number of i with the i if if if the prominent said which ones do you want alcohol wherever doesn't matter of out but she she she was she was focused on the storytelling yeah sure as she should be there was just i want you won't be the next film she does which was under the eu will whole thing about sad disc najan and then in your parking me that the online says not just about this gift with the saddest online mulford molina's omit so the saddest i all well again season shelly did everything i think that's what it is gone you can we can only go you can always strive yes he has he again as in japan and visions goal what's next for you when what by we ban you in what i'm i'm i'm about to do a few days on the judge jason bateman smoothie of front runner that's about the gary hart story um hugh jackman is playing gary haunt all my and i think i'm gonna i'm turning up to pay to play am and bradley the washington post editor at the time to it as as like four or five days in atlanta and his love exist without bunch of people love what with before so it's going to be fun and i think i'm doing a little cameo with adam mci and the funding will die gang than than making us of a satirical movie about dick cheney of all of those things and i'm i'm playing a little liberal little gone nashville cameo in that and that's not the same thing here smell is now now.
"molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"No algorithm as ever cried during a tearjerker or laughed at a comedy or watched a single movie for that matter which is why an algorithm has no business choosing your phelps movie is a curated online cinema streaming exceptional films from around the globe every day they introduce a new gm and you have one month to watch it whether it's a timeless classic by antonioni or fellini or current film from the new york film festival orna claimed masterpiece each film is handselected by experts martin on movies listeners are invited to try movie free for thirty days at m u b e r dot com slash martin that's my name maltin mal tin and mobius mu b i give it a try and thanks to moby for sponsoring maltin on movies now entering marius dot com i am leonard maltin and i'm geoff emails and you're listening to maltin on movies and we're glad you're listening to maltin on movies and you'll be glad to because our guest today is the wonderful alford molina hello nice to be here it's so nice to have you here and i'm going to call you fred because you asked me to call you have absolutely we've known each other a long time and that's how i was introduced myself out and alfred so the poster melody your british completely freak them out when you speak some people get surprised i mean i i think most people now until typically people in the business i think no that i'm uh i'm i'm i'm english our every now and again several come up and say oh my god i thought you will mexican especially if they've seen certain movies ally in line and realize.