35 Burst results for "Monet"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Joe Silva Tells Us About Legacy Minded Men
"That legacy minded men is about being a resource to men, and you've had some losses in your life recently that blow my mind and break my heart. Why don't you Joe Silva start there to pull us into the bigger conversation? Yeah, well, thanks again, Eric for having me. And I've been on your show several times with Michael with earth skin, our friend her skin, and I got introduced to you really through the NRB and our good friend Joe bataglia, who's another mentor of mine, and I love very much just like a love Joe Pellegrino. And legacy might have managed all about engaging and encouraging and quipping men. And I've been through some major, major losses in my life. I was first introduced to Joe Pellegrino back in 2008, and I've been with legacy Monet since the inception. And since that time since 2008, when I got into the game of really trying to do more for the kingdom, that's when all the attacks started happening. And I lost my job of 25 years was betrayed and hurt by some people I really loved and trusted. Lost my dad, my biggest hero in my life back in 2017. And my biggest supporter was my wife of almost 30 years and back in July of 2021, she suffered a brain aneurysm. And after being on life support for 19 days, she entered into heaven. So what was her greatest day? Was my worst day. I lost my wife. That was the worst day of my life, but yet it was her greatest day. And, you know, she had the opportunity to meet you. She was a big fan, loves the Erica tax show, and we actually she met you at one of your book launchings. Back in 2018 and actually I sent the picture to both Griffin to Alban. I'm not sure we got to see it or not. But we went to the Donald Trump fake news book. We went and got to have time with you at that night and my wife met you and we took a picture together and anyway, so he always enjoyed when I was going to be on your show. So it's been a very difficult time, but through it all. God has been good. And legacy minded men has been there, especially, you know, Joe Pellegrino. I love him. He's like a brother to me.
"monet" Discussed on WTOP
"Freedom Plaza for a candlelight vigil, organizers of the event Charisse Monet spoke with our news partners at NBC four. It's a motivation for me to come out to stand. It's a motivation for me to stand up and to represent the trans community, participants individuals say the shooting in Colorado Springs is a painful reminder of the violence that the LGBTQ community faces. A woman was found dead in a D.C. hotel in police are trying to piece together what happened. Detectives are calling it a homicide. Police say officers went to the Hilton garden in hotel on first street northeast just before ten Saturday night and found a woman in a room who had been shot. The woman has been identified as 18 year old, a Korea Wilson of southeast D.C., a $25,000 reward is being offered for information, leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. Police are looking for a man who was a no show for his trial last week in arundel county. There is a bench warrant out now for the rest of 66 year old Donald hood junior. His trial on charges he spray painted a racial slur on a church and gambles was set to begin last Friday, but he never showed up. Hood is charged with four misdemeanors, including destroying property and race or religious harassment. Prosecutors say hood wrote an offensive message on the kingdom celebration center church back in August. Investigators looked at the church of security video and say hood is caught in the act. The church put in the camera after a similar thing happened the month before. Carl Snowden a longtime civil rights leader and activist and Anna rondo county tells the capitol gazette, hood should have never been released, especially with no bond and no address on record. And Kramer, WTO P news. Coming up after traffic and weather, we'll see what hospitals in the area are not making the safety grade. It's two O 7. You want to feel important. You want to be a part of something bigger. Something that matters, and can help change things. You want to feel like you belong. We know, we felt that way, too. And that's
"monet" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"In thought provoking an intimate discussions with some of her favorite authors, artists, activists, and experts, surrealist blues poet and host aja Monet dives deep into the ideas that transform and reveal us. Candid and vulnerable conversations have the power to cleanse, transform, and renew, much like soaking in a bath. So start the water light back and soak in the sound bath. Listen and
The Eric Metaxas Show
Climate Vandals Want to Destroy What They Can't Understand
"John's mirac, please do your worst. Thank you. Hey, Eric. Well, I got a new piece up at stream dot org that I think people find of interest. It's called climate vandals, want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. And this is okay. Your titles are getting longer and longer, pretty soon. They're going to be paragraph length. But please say that again. Want to destroy what they can't understand or replace. Okay. So what this is a response to that there's a wave of climate activists attacking famous magnificent works of art in museums, especially in Europe. Associated Press reports that the Vermeer masterpiece, the girl with the pearl earring. Of course. Climate activists attacked it with blue and liquid last week. They tried to constitute and splash liquid on it. They earlier this month, they threw mashed potatoes at Claude Monet at a Claude Monet painting in a German museum. And they threw soup over Vincent van Gogh's masterpiece sunflowers. Okay, now I want to be clear, you are talking about works of art that are part of the treasures of western civilization. Sunflowers, I don't know what did that go for $70 million or a $170 million few years ago. These are some of the most extraordinary works in the western civilization. And I don't know if you say it in your piece, but immediately, I think to myself, the climate activists are the Taliban, the Taliban destroyed those statues of those huge Buddhist statues. It's an amazing thing when somebody is trying to destroy or deface or vandalize something that as you say in your title can not be replaced.
WABE 90.1 FM
"monet" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Be to get people excited to bring more people that may not be here, may not know what the issues are. Get them to the valley give them a vote. Now, Georgia is just one of Obama's stops this election cycle and he will also fly to Milwaukee, Detroit and Las Vegas to campaign in close races for governor and the U.S. Senate. A former fort Stewart army sergeant has pleaded guilty to killing a fellow soldier found dead in his barracks from dozens of stab wounds, Byron Booker faces a mandatory life sentence for the June 2020 slain of 21 year old army specialist Austin hawke. Court records show Booker pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal charge of premeditated murder of a U.S. Military service member. A new exhibit in doraville mixes an old master with new technology, city lights producer summer Evans has more on a digital Claude Monet show opening today. Claude Monet is known as the father of the impressionist movement. His short brush strokes focus on everyday life and use of color revolutionize the art world. A new immersive experience focusing on the renowned French artist is that the exhibition hub art center in dorville. Mario Campo, the curator spoke to city lights recently, and he says he wants a viewer to feel as if they are walking among Monet's lilies or in the snow covered grounds of Norway. Monet painted principally large visual canvases. So I think his art lends itself to this technology. The exhibition features 300 of Monet's paintings and sketches through video mapping technology and a 360° digital projection
AP News Radio
Climate protesters throw mashed potatoes at Monet painting
"Climate protesters through mashed potatoes at a Claude Monet painting in a German museum Sunday to protest fossil fuel extraction but caused no damage to the artwork We're at a climate catastrophe says one of the activists from the group last generation which has called on the German government to take drastic action to protect the climate and stop using fossil fuels tweeted the two activists throwing what it says were mashed potatoes against the glass covered Monet in Potsdam's barberini museum The activists also glued themselves to the wall below the painting that was part of Monet's haystacks series The museum reports the painting was undamaged This comes after earlier in the month the British group just stopped oil through tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh's sunflowers in London's National Gallery That painting was also covered and undamaged I'm Julie Walker
"monet" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Amen. I mean, that was a PSA for the record books right there. And you know what's so funny about that? Intermittent fasting, tons of health benefits, the keto diet tons of health benefits. Everything that you do usually has like a subset of like, oh, but this is unhealthy and it kind of deters people. Fascinating, not healthy, because you're not eating breakfast in the morning, right? You're quote unquote starving yourself. Keto, like, yeah, you're eating all fats, so your cholesterol is really high. Vegan, I don't get enough protein, you know? I'm not gonna get, you know, strength and energy that I need. So I think just being conscious of what you're doing and owning it is really important. Like you said, making sure that you're getting the back steps done to make sure that it's been doing for the right things. And the right way. Exactly. And I think something that's also interesting is going into this episode, David, recapping it, getting fired up about daniella's unbelievable insight. I started doing some research on the whole idea of like vegans and what's interesting is that over a third right now of UK customers, 35% are in the process of decreasing their meat intake, not because of what we just talked about, which was health because of money. So money podcast right now meat and chicken and eggs will eggs obviously don't correlate to that, but those the price point of those three areas have increased drastically. And if you, they're saying if you can go to a vegan diet, you can decrease because we talk money here, your food costs by 34% because the price point of meat and chicken and seafood to has gone bananas in the last year up over 20, 30% year over year. Everything you just said, combined with the cholesterol talk, I'm legitimately staring on my island here leftover pizza and wings from the night before that I spent $74 on a large pizza in 20 wings.
"monet" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"Viewership. And thank you for training secrets with our viewers today. Yes. We are closing in the bell to the Dan yellow Monet podcast. What a beauty got to meet her fiance in the background Justin Crawford set it up. Her story is unbelievable. What a star and just she's got that star power, David. When she walks in the room, there's certain people that have that star glow that star power, daniella Monet has it. So tell me, what did you think? I mean, I had no clue who she was. Maybe that's 'cause I didn't have Nickelodeon growing up. I'm a white TV guy in Canada. Dude, you know, I'm shocked you didn't know who you know who everybody is. And she's funny. She's huge. She's huge. Now, did you know who she was from when you were younger? Or do you know who she is because now? I know who she is because of now. Oh, okay, that's right. 'cause we go to a guy. Nickelodeon genre time. Her main presence on Nickelodeon was not when you and I were watching Nickelodeon. Unlike this past weekend at iHeartRadio, I was fan freaking out. 'cause a Korean Eric from boy meets world. He was so cool, by the way. I waited till he was buying himself in the car and said, listen, I'm a huge fan, kind of freaking out. I wanted to make sure you had just like a minute before I came over to you. And it seems like you do, I just get one picture. He was so cool, man. He was great. She was, you could tell how big time she was because the big time people drop like a couple nuggets and then don't feel the need to go into it. Like, oh yeah, a side hustle I was slinging high end jewelry, Jessica Simpson, Kardashians. Oh yeah, I worked at the dash store, just like little side hustles like sprinkling it in there. You don't like it so funny because when she was sprinkling sprinkling those in, I was, I took me a minute to pick up on it. She would say, oh, you know, I worked at the dash store, you know? And I would just be like, yeah, yeah, yeah, and then it would be like two minutes later, but oh, fuck, that's what she was talking about. Yeah, connected the dots here, but I had to go to my next note in my next question here. So but before we get into anything, I got a bone to pick with you, Jay. Oh boy, here we go. You signed us up for another week of vegan. I do, you know, it's so funny, is when I committed to that again, I was like delayed two minutes and everything this episode, I was like, shit, we already did this in David was not a fan, but also David, you've been telling me you've been packing on a few pounds because you've been on the road. You need it. So maybe it's the cleanse you don't really want, but you need. I you said, oh yeah, I already got it approved by him. I instantly texted you. I'm like, when did you do this interview? Was it last year? But are you in? Oh, I'm in because I'm looking at myself. My tan is gone and it's not even, it's October now. And that's just usually it lasts like December, January. Yeah, I got the, I got the postgame pizza and road trip look going on on my face right now. So here we eat it. Next Wednesday we recap. So you got tonight, go bench, get some Mickey D's, throw in some zone wings tomorrow we start vegan for a week.
"monet" Discussed on Trading Secrets
"She has so much to share about her TV work, her movie worked as an actress, the ins and outs, some of the ugly conversations with management and agencies working with Nickelodeon and of course, her passion for the vegan industry. This is a wild episode. It's a wild episode with daniela. It's a wild episode because we have another trading secrets viewer on talking about the copyright business, something I knew nothing about. It's a quick ten minute segment to hear about what money you can make in the copyright business. What the business is. Maybe how it could help you or your businesses and how to get in it if you are interested and of course recap with the one that you'll need a curious Canadian. Hey guys, last thing I gotta say before we ring in this opening bell. We are still looking for a name for our listeners for our viewers. We have heard some amazing ones in the comments, but we haven't narrowed one yet. So make sure to go to Apple and give us a 5 star review and put any suggestions you have for what we should call our listeners and if we call them when you suggested, I'm reaching out to you, I'm sending you a hundred bucks. Enough of me, let's ring in the bell. The opening pal with the one and only daniella Monet. Welcome back to another episode of trading secrets. Today I am joined by actress in singer turned entrepreneur investor and food and lifestyle advocate. Daniella Monet. Many of you know daniela from her numerous TV and movie performances over the last 20 years. Specifically on shows such as Victoria's Zoey one O one and Nancy Drew, but that list goes on. Aside from her acting roles, she has hosted this sketch comedy series, awesomeness TV, and the game show Paradise run. However, what you may not know is that after years of appearing on television screens, Monet has pivoted from acting to focus on the development of her vegan based business and investments from the food industry to cosmetics, she is exercising her entrepreneurial spirit by paving the way for vegan companies to leave a mark on the industry.
The Aloönæ Show
"monet" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show
"Is complete permeation, which is a condition of power. You are in power over whatever it is that you're permeating completely. Now, notice also, we have the plus minus here. Because, again, like these previous scales, this is an alternation between inflow and outsourcing. So must permeate is an outflow. You are compulsive. Okay? Yeah. Whereas unable to permit, you wish to come in as an insult, up from that is able to permeate, which is indifference, which is an outflow. It's a week out for, but it's not slow. Another thing that is willing to permit empathy, pardon me. Unwilling to permit, which is antipathy. That person is withdrawing into himself. He is not outflowing into. So this tells you a tremendous amount, but what's going on with this person you find the scale will enjoy at level one power at a level two success at level three empathy. You see it goes down eventually to compulsion. So again, this scale, once you realize that inflow as though install or reach withdraw reach the tour, which is the same thing, you realize that that is why the scale comes together this way. One might think, well, must permeate is not as bad as unable to permeate. But it breaks up the inflow outlaw. And this is just the natural law. This is the way this thing functions. Now, not every scale has this plus minus functioning, 7 of the scales do. Well, the other skills do not. But this is something that's extremely helpful. When you look at the person, you say, this person is slowing or out slowing. So the person who's asking empathy toward you is willing to permeate you. See, that is very positive thing. It's not as bad as ten permeated. Will, which is success. For example, if you look at The Beatles in the mid 60s, they were spectacularly successful, and they could permeate it well. You know, as soon as they came on stage, they were permeating everybody who was in the building. Does this make sense? Yeah, it does. Okay, so I just want to comment that permeation would be mysterious too. It's not altogether denied by most materials needless at 80s. Permeation is a spiritual ability. And one's appreciation of skills that phenomena is directly proportionate to one's ability to permit all truly creative and productive persons have a high ability to permeate if only in the relevant area. So again, the person might not be permeating his wife, but he may be permeating his work. So we have a guy who would say he's a passionate artist, you know, he loves to paint. He's driven to take like Monet in that area he might be at level two, or maybe he's at a level one. But as far as his wife, he's a flop. Okay? He might be and to pathetic toward her, which would be unwilling to permit. So you can assess various functions in your life. Various areas of your life, they usually scale. And this explains an awful lot about why some people succeed in other people don't. Some people have an ability to permeate. For example, if you can take some musicians, there are some musicians who don't think that you can be well, don't play particularly well. You don't look great, but they're still very successful. And a lot of that has to do with permeation. And then you have people who sing and play extremely well, look great, put their permeations along. So they don't come across, does that make sense? Yeah? Okay. So if you don't have any questions or go on. Well, actually, that's all the time we have for this episode. So okay. It was great having you here, Jim. Thank you. It was a really appreciate it. Okay. You're welcome. So until next time, stay tuned. For more..
"monet" Discussed on Fresh Perspective
"She does a gorgeous. I do like this fabric. I can't look at this fabric though without thinking of bob the drag Queen on pit stop when she wore houndstooth gown every week of the uphill, but it was different. And someone, message her, I was like, what's up with this? You got to stop all this. Like she got a lot of hate for it, but like from trolls in the comments. She doesn't hold YouTube video about it. And I just can't see this. Without thinking about it. Did you see that bob and Monet drama going down? No. I'm not totally sure what happened, but I think my name bob agreed they weren't going to go to the queries together and then bob went alone. Why didn't they get together? Or they were just going to skip it. I think they knew they weren't going to win or something. And so they were like, we're not going to go and then bob showed up, maybe alone, and or something. In Monet didn't know. But like, I don't think money is mad about it, but everyone else is mad about it for Monet. Okay. Because that doesn't strike me like they're really close, I think. I mean, well, I know they are, but I mean the other podcast together. I know, I know. It's weird. Or maybe it was the opposite, maybe bob said that she was going to go with Monet and then didn't show up. Something that was a bummer to both the Monet in that instance. Money doesn't seem to sad about it. But I was kind of getting heated. I was like, ball. Get it together. Yeah. But anyway, and Jerry, her makeup school. Yeah. And I like that she's, I feel like she was very calculated and being like, I'm going to make it this far, and she knew exactly what she was going to what she looks up because now we're like three weeks in a row that she stopped doing pageant outfits, but at the beginning it was all pageant. All project. I feel like knew exactly when to change it up. Okay, you can willow pill, I.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"monet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The western edge of that state Friday night federal agencies are pledging their help President Biden says he's keeping in contact with the director of fema It's just profound And what I promise you whatever is needed but ever is needed The federal government is going to find a way to supply it The president says he's spoken with Kentucky governor Andy beshear and has signed off on an emergency disaster declaration for the state The death toll in Kentucky is now climbed to over 80 and is expected to rise further while 6 victims of twisters died in Illinois when an Amazon fulfillment warehouse collapsed in edwardsville and some folks at Monet Arkansas are counting their blessings after a twister tore through a nursing home killing one and leaving 5 hurt another person was killed in nearby leachville where a Dollar General store was completely destroyed The world 7 wealthiest democracies are trying to persuade Russia not to invade Ukraine that G 7 on Saturday put up a united front against Russia telling leaders there there would be dire consequences for the incursion that G 7 meeting in Liverpool came as the west worries over China's military and economic initiatives plus the possibility of Iran gaining nuclear capabilities A senior State Department official said Saturday's talks were intense and that there's still a diplomatic path to deescalate tensions with Russia and quarterback for Alabama Bryce young is the winner of this year's Heisman Trophy Young beating out Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett and Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson for the honor Quarterbacks have won the award 17 times since 2000 I'm Scott Carr One person is dead after a house exploded in rural Georgia Authorities in Pope county say the explosion blew the Cedar town home off its foundation and across the road Strewing debris over a wide radius firefighters believe the victim is a woman in his 60s who lived there the cause of the blast is under investigation Three out of 5 Americans are saying they feel the most tired they've ever felt in their lives Jim Forbes has details Even worse over half of those say they think no amount of sleep can cure their lack of focus according to a new study by one poll conducted on behalf of Monster Energy Of the 2000 people surveyed nearly 60% said spending so much time inside since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020 has permanently diminished their energy the survey found other contributors to this energy dilemma to be poor sleep schedules Long work hours prolonged screen time and the lack of a routine Costar cruise and the Mexican navy are still looking this morning for a woman who fell overboard on a carnival cruise early Saturday morning Carnival's issued a statement saying the woman who appeared to be in her 20s fell off of a balcony of the miracle ship it happened in the Pacific Ocean near ensenada some lawsuits challenging the controversial abortion law in Texas can move forward a recent ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court the justices did not rule on the constitutionality of the state law itself however the law prohibits abortions after roughly 6 weeks of pregnancy Critics say the laws and ear total ban on abortion in the lone star state arguing that many women don't even know they're pregnant at 6 weeks Rapper Megan Thee Stallion is now a college grad.
Stuff You Missed in History Class
"monet" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"It was we talk about. How technology is like blockchain are shaping their world ours in the decade ahead for all of us in the digital economy only nomination. Welcome to stuff. You missed in history class. A production of iheartradio. Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy wilson and i'm holly friday. Do you remember when we went to paris. Feels like a million years ago. Remember i think about it every day. It was in twenty nineteen I would say the museum. Marmot sam manet and that name suggests they have a lot of monet. That's why we were there. My spouse is a big monet fan. And i've just generally like the impressionists so we decided to go to this museum. That has the largest collection of monet all in one place which is thanks to claude. Monet's son michel who donated a lot of his father's artwork to the museum. Wow we were there though. I really fell in love with the work of baird murray zoo so i had seen a couple of moore's does paintings reproduced in books but as is so often the case that really just didn't compare to being they're looking at it in person also with an audio tour to kind of draw my attention to things that i might not have noticed. Otherwise burton so primarily worked in oils and watercolors and pastels and her favorite subjects. Were really the other women in her. Life often captured in these very like tenderly. Private domestic moments the paintings that were on display. While we were there included several that she had done of her daughter from her childhood into her. Adolescence and i just became really entranced with this idea that a woman whose focus was on painting things that are traditionally considered feminine. Like she was right at the heart of the impressionist movement. It's been almost.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman
"Let's talk about that. Reverse engineering because you are a psychologist you study top performance in you. Discover something that you really weren't expecting through that process. I'd love to hear more. Yeah what i discovered. Is that most of the people have gone to the top of their profession. They're not relying on talent. They're not relying on practice. In fact there's a problem with the formula that practice will get you to the top and that problem is that you can't practice an idea you've never considered and so the best ideas don't come through hours and hours of practice. They come by looking at what the best in the field or doing and then working backward to figure out how they did it and that turns out to be a remarkably common approach among top performers. So how would you. Ron define reverse engineering. I mean i think a lot of our listeners. Understand it as a general term but like what is your definition. My definition is finding the best in a field and then working backward to figure out how they did it now. In silicon valley the idea of reverse engineering is very well known. It's how he the personal computer and laptops and even the iphone but what most people realize is that reverse engineering is also how stephen king and malcolm glide well learned to write and how painters like claude monet and pablo picasso learned to paint and even how judd appetite learn to write comedy reverse engineering turns out to be far more common than anyone realized.
99 Problems (but a boss ain't one)
"monet" Discussed on 99 Problems (but a boss ain't one)
"Or like, yeah, kind of, you know, there was a significant proportion of middle aged men in suits, just kind of walking around and mansplaining to you and things. And it's just it just wasn't my world. And so I'd go to these networking events and just be like, I hate to hate going to be looking at the hate people. And I remember when I went freelance, I was so excited about being at home with just my laptop for company. And then of course, you know, a long time listeners will know that the way that story ended up was that when a little bit mad and ended up creating freelance book as a way to connect with other people because I hated being on my own and I hated the isolation that came with freelancing. And now I found kind of my people in equities. It's made such a difference. But yeah, I used to be like, I hate people, and I really, really thought that I was just meant to be someone that was sat home with a laptop with their interaction with people, which is bonkers, because I'm a massive extrovert, but I didn't realize it at the time, but it just I hadn't found the right people. Because that was one of them. Certainly, until a few years ago, I definitely couldn't imagine a world where I was free from debt. I mean, obviously I've still got a mortgage and I am determined to not pay off my student loan before I get to 6 people, you know. In terms of just kind of credit card debt or other types of short term debt, you know, I couldn't see a world in which I didn't have the debt. And I never thought I'd earn enough money or be in a position where I felt financially stable. Even when I was kind of even though it was happy freelancing, I just kind of was almost like I accepted it. And I took it as a thing, oh, I'm always going to have to and I'll just be scraping by and I'll never I'll never have enough. So I had that scarcity mindset that people talk about. And similarly, like, oh, never in a certain amount of Monet. And again, earning a load of money isn't like a massive financial goal, you know, so it's not a massive goal for me to be that sort of again getting to like 6 figures or anything. But it would be nice to have enough to be comfortable and be able to do the things you want to do. And so I think definitely had to believe around because I'd always had low paid jobs even before freelancing. I just kind of thought this is how much I earn. That is just my salary. I definitely, when you and I first started talking about the idea of me kind of working at different times of the day and we sort of broached the idea of like, oh, could I just work in the afternoons rather than working in the mornings? And I thought there's no way that I'd be able to get away with not doing client cause before 12. Someone's going to kick off. But actually, it was totally fine. And then it gets kind of linked to that. I'm not a morning person. It's definitely a work in progress in limiting belief. But it's definitely, yeah, I'm working on it, but I think that's something I do say. I'm not morning person. They can't get up in the mornings. But I can and I do what I have to. So I know I know it's possible. I just it's just that's definitely that's been a big one for me. Yeah. But I think it's an interesting one though, because I mean some things are like partially or actually true, you know, like we all have different circadian rhythms..
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Where's the value in NFTs
"You first saw the acronym ft show up in your tweets you got as far as not at four. And then you realize you're quickly going down the wrong path and trying to decipher it. Nfc stanford non fungible tokens now from there. If you're like me you thought it had to do with mushrooms. Maybe mario brothers. I don't know so then you read a paragraph of an article got bored or confused and moved on with the knowledge that all of your assumptions were wrong. But then you didn't actually replace it with any real knowledge okay. And so that was fine until you started seeing f. T. everywhere and you realize that maybe you should learn what it means and also you have a podcast taping coming up so here we are. And it's not that ludicrous bro. Stay with me all right. Mitchell mitchell clarke wrote a delightful article on the verge explaining t so i'm largely relying on that also wired new york times and a few other places. Let's go all right. Non fungible tokens are essentially a way that you can claim ownership of a digital thing. So think music art tweets yes. These are all reproducible. But so is a postcard of the mona lisa. So non fungible tokens exists on a blockchain at this point. Mostly a theory but others are getting on board and there are online marketplaces like open sea bull and fifty gateway where you can buy and sell the official ownership of the digital thing again. We're talking music video. Art animated gifts for artists provides a new way to sell your work and you can also set it up. So that you get a little kickback. Every time the nfc changes hands with a new owner. Lots nice so right now. You're like bro. Why would someone pay millions of dollars for an animated gif when you can just download it for free again. Why would someone bhai a monet painting for millions when you can get it on a mug from the gift shop for fifteen dollars so it all comes down to the basic tautology that some things have value just because someone decides it has value now for some people the value might be bragging rights to that end. You get to buy an nf t fred digital drawing of a cat because you are looking for a new way to show people. You are wealthy for others. Value might be about your phantom or support of an artist or musician. Kings of leon grimes dead mouse and many others have released. And fte's for music and art and for others. The value might be purely speculative. You're buying the nf t for digital drawing up a cat because you think it will rise in value as many other people agree. They want that authentic digital drawing a cat. And you're like seriously digital yes. Ten years ago. A guy named chris torres created the animated. Meam niane cat. You know it as the flying cat with a pop tart for a body and it's leaving a rainbow trail behind as soon as you google. It you're going to be like. Oh cat i totally know what you're talking about. So in february torres created an nf t version and put it up for auction and it sold for nearly six hundred thousand dollars following a last minute bidding frenzy other f- tease out there. William shatner is dental x ray digital baseball cards photos of lindsay lohan. And the first tweet. By jack dorsey just sold for two point. Nine million. don't feel too bad because the proceeds argos support a charity. So there's that and if t. Are definitely booming right now with probably more speculators than collectors and fans driving up prices but experts looking beyond the boom. See a great opportunity for a new way to guarantee authenticity. So for example nike already has a patent to create. Nfc's attached to shoes to guarantee their authenticity. Called crypto. kicks so when you consider that. A pair of air jordan twelve flu games are worth more than one hundred thousand dollars. Yeah i think. I want an fte with that purchase. Please and maybe you're still skeptical like a bunch of people in the comments of the articles. I read but seriously. How is this all that new and different. It's not like people buy sneakers art or baseball cards for the value of the materials themselves. They buy them for the aesthetics. The design the rarity as the new york times quoted. Marc andreessen. ben. Horowitz a two hundred dollar pair of sneakers is like five dollars in plastic. You're buying a feeling and right now the feeling that. Fte's is similar to one a stamp collector or baseball card collector or art collector or fashion. Or even a speculator might feel. It's that feeling that you are special because you own something someone else wants.
Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
Digital artwork sells for record $69M at Christie's
"Learn about NF tease. The price tag for some digital artwork is starting to rival classic paintings from Picasso and Monet. Mike Winkelmann. He's better known as people created a montage of 5000 days of digital art and then put it up for auction at Christie's. It's sold for a record $69 million unique Blockchain based digital image is part of the non fungible Token world or end empties are still being shunned by many in the art world as a speculative fat, But the eight figure price tag for the people Certainly caught the naysayers. Attention.
Digital artwork sells for record $69M at Christie's
"Tease. The price tag for some digital artwork is starting to rival classic paintings from Picasso and Monet. Mike Winkelmann. He's better known as people created a montage of 5000 days of digital art and then put it up for auction at Christie's. It's sold for a record $69 million unique Blockchain based digital image is part of the non fungible Token World, or N F. T s are still being shunned by many in the art world as a speculative fat butt. Eight figure price tag for the people has certainly caught the naysayers. ATTENTION By Mark Nieto. This report sponsored by Exit inaccuracy matters. Get a $5 rebate by trading up any non contact
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
"monet" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Oh and have their little reaction and stuff and then guess what day to. They'll give a shit anymore and you can live your life. You know Last thing i want to say is we. I mean we've been having break conversations very all all of your again with the doing music performing also events them around sex education. Lastly you gotta quiz so you wanna ask the which way are are you. I mean that's an interesting way for people to interact in like some of the answers for the quizzes. But i mean yeah. You guide events the nonprofit kids. That's a i mean a disc keeping people engaged. You're interested in what you do. This having fun with that now yeah. I'm really happy because you. You have a day job to do things that you love doing. Talk about things that you love talking about. And you get to help the world in a better place than they've been doing lots of great benz in that mean. You're kidding will grow up knowing that her mom was into that nassar nasty things but for the time now it. That's perfectly fine. Where where do people are. Find all your stuff actually. I'll yeah that's super easy. It's ask poet. Ramonet is so that's p. e. t. r. a. e. m. l. n. e. t. And you can find that anywhere on the. I'm aware of all of the social media apps and all that stuff it's the same merka and this'll be on Different a audio platforms any audio platform. That you listen to. Its on their facebook punts Grandpa Response sixty four put in little video clip sign tiktok in an instagram After the thing. Now to stay tiktok as i i just got out of also i mean. I went through his whole conversation interview without talking about racism. Because it's not something that i want to keep beating a dead wash over and over for those who want to talk about things but i'll say that app bullying the crap out of black woman. I'm in kind of mad. But i'm hopefully. You're doing good and stay anyway before. How does this for. I get get on iran because this is not about that. You have a on I'll talk to you do as well dear. Thanks so much for having me here or chorus much love..
"monet" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Or anything like that but there are people who have this aspect going like a on. Are you this is ryan league. You should be thinking about sex or whatever And a mike dad again that met all people who are religious medal people who are christians as well but while there are there are those people who they use religion to dictate Somebody can feel about sexual or sexually. And i just. I don't think that's right. I mean there are people who are completely family friendly. They own like the thought of saxon again that is privy located for them to l. a. If you're not hurting anyone that is my role. If you're not hurting anyone cares. Yeah now tonight. I totally agree and I think that man. It's just it's when you when you get messaging and it's the same s jane and it's the same messaging all the time and it's for a long time you know it it's it's in your system it becomes a part of you and who you are in kind of how you think and operate So it's really kind of difficult to get away from that kind of thinking But at the same time these are the same. People who you know are married and have children Is so you know at some points. There was sex You know nine times out of ten and will you have without being sad. The crazy thing is that you know some people believe that even if you're married even if you're only having sex to create kids that you still that it shouldn't be enjoyable and that's the crazy part for me personally. Like wow like so. Even if i'm only doing this duty i can't enjoy reduc- that i'm doing like i enjoy like giving charity late. You know making making lunchboxes homeless. I can't enjoy that. You know. I can't enjoy you know going out and picking up the trash in my neighborhood like in joy creating this child with my husband that to me is the part that seems so unfortunate. Yeah all your mom. Hey you if you enjoyed that part anomaly. That there's another thing i i forgot to mention. Fans that's been popular nine other many things the most people do with only fans as they sell kicking stuff that you to get an sexy clothing and do photo shoots videos dear radic things and most of them have made a living off of just that so as much as there are people. Have they'll shame. Those were indicate you stuff. I mean that makes them a lot of money. It's like ya'll it's usually the people that are shaving them that are the ones who are paying them away. That's usually how he goes because they are. You know. they're repressed at home leg. I can't do this. i can't enjoy you know. I can't publicly enjoy that things that you're doing and saying or whatever you're wearing or performing i can't publicly enjoy so in public. I have to keep the persona up. Oh you're terrible. Oh you're horror you're a slut or whatever and just you know i show them denton. I you know that. I'm still on the good side right. And then when you get a home in private then you. Can you know what i'm saying. It sit there and look and be excited and really enjoy all of those things because now you're out of the public library instead of just being your authentic self insane. That's pretty fly. When i like that and keep on going with your day because as you Nobody cares nobody cares lake as much as we think they do. Like i promise and when you just start like they might like the first day they might. Oh my gosh..
"monet" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"My daughter is three And and even now. Like i kind of i have like small conversations with her. You know it's like okay. listen the only people that should be changing. Your diaper you know is is mommy a grandma late. We're the only ones like that's it like. Nobody else should have their hands down in your area. You know it's now you know it's important for her to know establish now that this is yours. It's private you know when you learn how to go when you learn how to go to the potty on your own mommy's not even gonna be touching there anymore why you know that's yours. You take care of it like you know way. That's that's where the line stops like. And she has to know now to you know to protect her body and to you know to keep herself safe So it's it's it's you know like i said it's an evolving conversation You know it's just something. That should happen. Little by little in an overtime newer times. And but i do have sexy poems. I do have fun. I know. I know you know what we need is redmi suddenly. You're you're selling it to me like oh you're going to have a real good time orca f. Yacht this is something that you do for a living right. Yeah so you wanna enjoy what you do for a living a people there people i know they think about sex alive and and in a fun way and i'm laying kane you dear you so i think there should be no shaming than people who are very kinky so long as they don't hurt hurt anybody i know people like. Hey i'm all about jesus Do this and all that on some people like to get it on and if they like to get it on and look get it on. As long as it's consent and people are being safe in everything that i mean. That's when you were talking about people. Being afraid is like some people grew up in an dogging on christianity..
"monet" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"I mean a frayed okay. They are afraid that that if they mentioned it that it's giving them permission. They're afraid that if they they tell them that they'll tell too much or they won't tell them enough or that. Frankly any conversation is better than no conversation first of all but you know secondly because they're so afraid they say okay like no no. They should just learn about back from school. Okay sure let someone who doesn't know your family's religion doesn't know your personal stance values on how your family should conduct itself. Teach them about what's going to happen in effect literally the rest of their lives and then let them poorly educate them not educate them at all. Give them abstinence only education. Give them you know what i mean like. If we're gonna we're gonna do it if we're gonna talk about it like just given the event it's not it's not as scary. It's really not like we. Don't you know you don't have to get into. Oh it's this position and in that way in bend over this we don't have to get into all of that. You know it can it. Can it can certainly be as simple as the as the mommy and daddy give each other a special hug. You know when they're super young and as they get older progress that conversation especially if they're asking because if they're asking you as the parents and you don't give them an answer they're going to find it somewhere else and then they might have it in context. They my cavin out of context. They might jump straight from Oh i just had my first peck on the cheek to. Oh i just had my first in the ass like that's a huge job on the spectrum or guy but if nobody is teaching you i mean that's something is well you know i'm not in then i have no idea if i ever will get into a relationship again. That's i guess. Maybe i've just been pi guessing so much. It's never been on my mind..
"monet" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"I don't even know that. Manton lake fourth fifth sixth grade. Something like that But when it was introduced. I immediately latched onto it. Oh this is absolutely the fame for me. This is what i've gotta do. And and yeah and that was pretty much ever. Since that's been my thing that's really cool It's at me having to be in love with poetry for that long and emmy. He said that the cool chris. I'm not talking about the sexual miss. I'm sure but Everything else the the more positive side of you wind up into writing in also writing about what you love. Which is very yucky stuff but people are some people are in their adult adult things as well even for the ones. Who aren't you know. I'm a my writing. Kind of every poem takes the span of like sexual education in some way so even if it starts off lake really sexy It'll like end with some kind of like you know moral lesson or you know you know. Hey let's remind you that. Oh all of this assigning flirty but on damn going to have a baby or or whatever you know and just kind of take that turn. It reminds you that you know wile a lot of times. People make you know sex-based decisions because they're thinking how good it's gonna feel in the moment that there are always you know there's always fall out whether it's positive or negative And so it's just you know kind of there to remind those people in kind of bring back around to those topics in remind him that it's not just sex in it's never just. Yeah so but the moral of the story is bring a condom for sure for sure. Yeah definitely you know. I even like listen to stories on tiktok of all places of this woman talking about heard sex story but buddy was lake originally powered video games and then does drained do sex and she was talking about how the condom broken a broken and they were doing the do and all that stuff and all these things that i don't even think about because i'm not in that category of looking for sex or the sexual activities but i know men and women who are much for gear than i am. They are into the freaky d geeze. They do watch The vishay shades of gray or three hundred sixty five days a few times I'm one of those people like a urine You are into your into. And i don't think you should be judged that way like there are people who are little things during the fetishes mike. Okay you're not harming someone. Then i'm okay with that now if it gets too something like cannibalism and in fantasizing if if the sexual pleasure involves someone getting her those across the line and there are some those kinky stuff like that too. I mean if you read about armie hammer and anna all that all that stuff. But there was even i think even some youtube video or i was listening podcast. There's even like full. Sam finishing in croatia virus fetish. So crazy with what they're into. I guess as long as you're not hurting someone..
Native America Calling
Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue
"This is national native news. Tonia gonzales tribes and environmental organizations lost a legal battle to stop construction of the line. Three pipeline in northern minnesota. But their attorney says there are still some good options in the fight against the pipeline as melinda to whose reports monet naismith is a staff attorney with earthjustice. She is representing the red lake band of chippewas. The white earth band of ojibway the indigenous rights group honor the earth and the sierra club. In fighting the three hundred forty mile pipeline tributary third. The minnesota court of appeals rejected the request for a preliminary injunction to stop work on it and bridge. The canadian company building line three claims it is exempt from needing a new presidential permit to cross the us. Canadian border because the pipeline is considered a replacement project and it secured that permit decades ago. However naismith says it's an entirely new pipeline along an entirely new route so it really is a new project. In any case she said the us president can resend the permit at will like president biden. Just did for the keystone excel tar sands pipeline. A second option is to get the army corps of engineers to resend several permits. She argues the core granted illegally last november under the clean water act which allowed construction to start but the law is very clear that before issuing a permit under the clean water act and an evaluation under the national environmental policy act or niba that the army corps needed to look at the risk of spills from the pipeline and needed to look at how that risk of spills would affect local tribes and tribal resources and they did neither here in the line. Three earthjustice filed a lawsuit in federal district court in washington. Dc last december seeking to get the permits overturned naismith also filed for a preliminary injunction which would allow her clients to have their day in court. Melinda to who's national native news members of indigenous groups demonstrated outside the tampa bay. Buccaneers that stadium in florida sunday as football fans headed in for the super bowl. They held change the name signs calling on the visiting kansas city team to end. Its use of native names and is a leash. Norris with the group. Florida indigenous rights and equality says much of the day was spent educating the public about indigenous people. Rethought we have to at least go stand and educate and make a statement that it's not okay to objectify and dehumanize indigenous people of our land inc. we're building awareness for sure and It's i think it's just interaction at a time so we've had a couple of positive interactions and then some that are not so positive but i think at any any type of interaction is a step in the right direction to create a shift and as soon as you turn the light on and bring awareness to something People have to think about it even if they don't want to and they're mad about it they still have to think about it so i think for that. We are building awareness in harboring is an education to this area on this issue members from the group not in our honor based in the kansas city area traveled to tampa to join the demonstration. Planes were also rented which flu around tampa over the weekend. With change the name banners the standing rock youth council is hosting a run to call on president biden to shut down the dakota access pipeline young people from the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux nations. Plan to run to the site of the no dapple resistance counts for years ago in north dakota. The run to the cannonball river is scheduled to begin on tuesday. I'm antonio
"monet" Discussed on WJR 760
"See the difference is diabetes. Thies. People come with diabetes. Their blood sugar is astronomically high. Sometimes sometimes it moderately high. We get rid of the mouth infection. The diabetes gets better. So their blood sugar goes down. It's just an incredible improvement, and some of them have been able to reduce and in some cases, cases actually get off of their diabetes medication. It's so so gratifying to get these patients better and General. These patients die even if they're not diabetic. They just feel better when their mouths are healthier the infection from their mouth and therefore their whole body is gone and they feel healthier and they know it and they like it. So really wouldn't be a bad idea for there's so many people are there that are diagnosed with diabetes and so many people that are on insulin. I mean, I'm just amazing. The thought that you can actually see an improvement where people their blood sugar drops, But also you might be able to get them off. And someone of my understanding for like, like in some, okay, sometimes I can't promise that but very often, the medication can be reduced and occasionally predictably. It can even be eliminated, but it's not just diabetes. I mean, remember, their mouth is infected doesn't mean their mouth is infected. Their bodies infected these parasites. These bacteria, these organisms get in the bloodstream. And cause it indirect reaction, inflammatory response or reaction throughout the whole body. So they come and see you and tell us a little bit about what is involved in the treatment. What do you do when you first see a patient? Well, we take a sample from under their gun. We actually take a sly with a kiss sample from under the patient's gum. It's not painful at all, and we look and see what is under there and What we see when we take that slide lets us know if they have paradigm disease to some degree, how severe the periodontal diseases and we actually show the patient So I'm looking and the patient is looking. We have very large television screens, and we're looking at what we see when we look under that microscope. And very often will see amoeba. Trick. A Monet adds Spiro Keats, various other bacteria and parasites that infect the mouth and then the body, and when we see that we know there's a problem. And then we use typically a laser these days to treat it. It's great. It's very, very effective, very little discomfort or pain. It's minimally invasive. It's much different than the kind of semi barbaric treatment that used to be done for gum disease in the past, at least That's what we're doing now. I think this is very dramatic. Visually. I'm just thinking about seeing a TV screen up there somewhere and looking at an amoeba are a parasite, you know, crawling around. That's going to be a very dramatic thing for patients that come in. Well, it's very important. It's important because these patients often don't know they have anything and we show what they've got on the screen. It makes an indelible impression. That they never never forget absolutely what will have to come back and talk about the laser.
TIME's Top Stories
A Look into Broadway Hit 'David Byrne's American Utopia'
"David Burns American Utopia is a grand and glorious plea for Human Connection. By Stephanie's a carrick. Sometimes to make art, you've got to build art to layer ideas, colors, values, and textures. Until you've shape, the thing that says what you want to say, David Burns American Utopia Spike, Lee's grand and glorious filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name coming to HBO October. Seventeenth is art that has been built a work of great joy inexpressive Nece Tower of song with room for everybody the music some numbers drawn from burns twenty eighteen album American utopia others from. His body of work with talking heads and one a cover of Janelle. Monet's two thousand, fifteen protests anthem hell you tom bowed feels fresh and familiar at once inclusive but also mildly explosive there's an urgency to it as if burn and his troupe of eleven, musicians and dancers were staking ground in a battle we shouldn't even have to fight the idea is that to survive to live in any meaningful way, we must stay connected. It's a principal so glaringly simple at its radical. Burn is an admittedly weird ambassador for the idea of connection. He isn't what you'd call a naturally warm presence at least not in Earth terms even at age sixty eight, he's still like an. Learning. The rules of the planet his awkwardness is his brand but his desire to connect is robust and had vitalize is everything that happens onstage during American Utopia. no-one initial has one job. The musicians are also dancers and singers. Their instruments are strapped to their bodies untethered to any bulky sound equipment, which leaves them free to move and dance around the stage in a series of elegantly orchestrated numbers with burn off at the center though sometimes lurking at the edges like living fringe of the proceedings, the choreography is by dance veteran antibeach Parson all the performers including burn where identical lunar grey suits and all are barefoot. The stage is bordered on three sides by a Shimmery chainlink curtain the grand scheme is. Simple yet never chilly. This is a setting a world where certain essential problems have been worked out creating the space and freedom to play, and so even the songs every longtime burn or talking heads Fan knows well, like this must be the place naive melody a moonlit cottage in ballad form or the Wrigley waggling noodle dance. Slippery people take on new shapes and new life between numbers burn addresses the audience directly spinning amusing tales about where these songs came from. He wrote is Zimba with its lyrics by German Dada poet. Hugo. Ball to respond to a challenge thrown down by his friend and collaborator Brian Eno or us to fulfil our civic responsibilities. He uses lighting trick to show how badly the citizenry is represented when only twenty percent of the population votes and as a prelude to the shows Shiver Inducing version of hell you tom about he explains that he asked Monet's permission before venturing to cover the Song Burns band here. Is racially mixed, but he himself is very, very white. No wonder he approached with caution but he and his band present the song and invocation written in two thousand fifteen for all of us to remember the names of murdered black citizens among them Eric Garner Trayvon. Martin and Amatil. With the synthesis of respect and bristling anger it demands. This number also represents one of the few times league cuts away from this show to flash larger than life portraits at the. Victims, often held by a family member on the screen. It's an act of boldness that works as for burn. He is as ever a wildly and captivating showman though his hair is now snowcap wide his dance moves in changed over the years he's still favors angular Turkey jerky movements like the folding and unfolding of corporate tres ruler, which are often mimicked to grand effect by the dancers around him. But as dazzling as he is, you can take your eyes off him. Than receding his fellow performers become dazzling planets in their own right sometimes, they'll face one another playing to each other even as they played a was other times they marched toward us, resolutely in groups or pairs as if to say, look at any of US individually or all of us at once you can't go wrong. Each performer's style is as distinctive as a fingerprint. There's the cool Tomboy Swagger of Guitarist Andrew Swan the kid next door jubilant of bassist bobby wooden as once in a lifetime rounds to its sublime peak percussion as Jack, Lena Salvato bursts through the Shimmery. Chain curtain with a clash of cymbals a human celebrate Ori- announcement Lee working with one of his regular collaborators cinematographer. Ellen Kuras doesn't just show us the action he too is part of its embrace. He's our stand in our fellow observer in awe though he has the advantage of wielding a camera at the close of the show as the performer snake through the crowd during a rapturous version of road to nowhere Lee turns his camera on the audience American Utopia ran from October two thousand nineteen to February twenty twenty at Broadway's Hudson. Theater, and is said to return to Broadway. Next September and we see it for what it is. This is a group of largely white middle aged people who came of age listening to talking heads as a bunch. They're far less diverse than the performers we've been watching onstage a you could argue that with American utopia burn is preaching to the choir that this is all just an exercise in self congratulatory white liberalism but that would be missing the point in one of his Inbetween Song riffs burn muses that there are lots of interesting things to look at in the world there are bicycles which he famously likes. Very Much Lee even shows him riding away from the show on one and beautiful sunsets and even a bag of potato chips can be visually beguiling but somehow we always comeback to human faces looking at people burn says that's the best American Utopia is about facing the person in front of you or next to you or standing behind you and doing the work of seeing to truly see a person is a kind of song and a world filled with those songs is the ideal to get started burning his troop have hummed a few bars. The rest is up to us.
The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
Yesterday's Short Trades Is Todays Profits
"Not only was it a good day because the fishing solder things, but it was a good day because there was monet. was money yeah money to be. Made. But you guys went was actually Did. The podcast so I can remember but anyway. Eight of. Those tried to set up Zeke Took it profit year beauty. All side I took tease. US Prophet you beauty. So yeah, it was It was really good dice him some good profits in this came about that I will to snaffle and take advantage of. So really buddy die I'm still by shortened by them by Toggle targets obtain hidden one has had a stop loss move to lock in profit, and this is the thing is. As the markets. Shine a little bit more weight nece at the moment. It doesn't mean that we still do. Well that's I really frustrates me when people don't understand is that you don't need to have a mock it moving Haya to do well. Gina you don't need to have. The market go up and up and up and up out you to make money I it's it's about getting in to a market. And understanding that market. Knowing what you looking at more importantly knowing what you'll looking full now as I, look at Bitcoin rotten now I'm looking at a market that saves I wanna go at the moment we we've got another low high and low allow you to go with it. So we we've got a four hour downtrend the Idaho downturns now they're the daily looked at daily could still pop up at any minute, but there's definitely selling pressure I mean we've gone from eleven thousand, one, hundred to. Ten, thousand? Two hundred. How to die hard on I. Don't know it's nothing to be sniffed out. So, you know it's important for us to keep that in mind and. If you not. To tried. That's just an excuse me making. I'll be honest. You can try you. You made a choice not to. and that's why you don't have to. But you've made a choice not to whilst amok foles you feel pine. You can feel a very different emotion and it can be a pleasurable one. Anyway bitcoin rotten out stand point three, percent yesterday closed down point seven, nine percent. Now, we still we about ten. It's GonNa be interesting to see what happens. Are we GONNA push down through ten not concerned we unless we break down through the all lows of nine, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, one because it just Chinese the whole picture then back into a bit of a downtrend on a daily and the weekly also will add to that picture of that trending down I'm not really want to say that you know what I really WanNa see that. Ten Thousand Children Seventy three dollars rotten. Theory three, hundred, twenty, three dollars and ninety eight cents. It's down. It's up one her sent to diet was down seven, six, point, nine, percent yesterday knauss looking down to a matter of fact A. Quicker is one out. ooh. Man. For come back to that off the ways in a downtrend on that four momentum is definitely shifting bearish. And it's yes three twenty four much motorcyles exa pay right now break that support at twenty, two, point nine and twenty, three, seven mock that I spoke. She goes today. Look I'd love to say it pull back up into that low pull up into that region giving a little bearish candle off of that twenty sent market just be cracking set up but it's not to be further to go is point seven at twenty two point two cents Bitcoin cash twenty. Twenty are two hundred, nineteen dollars eighty, which was an old level of Resistance Asari support became resistance fell from their hod as a matter of fact, yesterday bitcoin cash was down five point five percent prog looking jot will to forty five right
The CheapWineFinder Podcast
La Burgondie Brut Ros
"David Fromm. Cheap. Line. FINDER DOT COM. Coming at you with another wine review, we put on the cheap one finder dot website. And today it's a trader Joe's wine which to a lot of. It's the love burgundies. TREMONT DEBRAH goal. OC. Brute rose, Zach. Nine, hundred, nine. Import Bubbly. That's actually really really good. And It's a criminal chroma. is a sparkling wine from France. Isn't. From. Champagne. Champagne can be a grandma just means sparkling wine basically. But there brandon Sir you don't think of them as chromite you think of them as champagne. So everything else is a criminal and this is from Burgundy. And if you're not really up on. That part of the country. or The world I guess. The bottom part of Burgundy's this is of in northern eastern France. Is bourgeois. And the northern part is champagne and middle is the Burgundy region. and. It's home of some of the best new iron. Chardonnay in the world I mean it just that's that's ground zero for Pinot Noir Chardonnay. And they make. Like champagne does just a little bit to the north. They make bubbly to and a half may bubbly for a long long time. And this love ninety nine bubbly is made by. A group of farmers and four hundred, fifty different farmers in the region off with their grapes together and they make three and a half million bottles year. If, you want the name, it's on the. Website www cheap wine fighter dot com. It's French. Damn. I can't remember American names remember French names. But they're legit. You don't know who these who makes the winds were trader Joe's. But they're actually good in it at love. Ninety nine. This is good. Trader Joe's is a lot of buying power ninety nine. It is typically a lot less than what A. parable wine and a retail shop with being. One of the reasons is that all the in Europe are trader Joe's in. Europe is all ignored there's all ignored all these stuff. The all the United States is all these south and. Trader Joe's Aldi north, but they have a worldwide reach it almost wine shops are in a city or maybe a stay. Supermarkets can go. A long way they can be many states but they don't normally. Push. Their own brand of line. They don't really have that going for the most part like trader. Joe's does with are known for their wines and they're known for their value price twice. So this eleven ninety, nine criminal from Burgundy. And it's made in the same way. Champagne is. Made. With Pinot noir grapes. Champagne either either and or. Chardonnay. Pinot Noir Pinot Monet. Grapes are. Similar If anything the Pinot Noir. Grapes. In. Burgundy are better regarded than the ones up north. So. This love and ninety nine grandma. Mike be seriously underpriced. Mean when people pay big money for French. Champagne. Do you know? Everybody. Else's you know trying to get with. What's leftover because if you're going to spend thirty Bucks Forty Bucks Fifty Bucks One, hundred, twenty bucks you're buying champagne. If you only have ten twenty, you might look at a criminal. So that's what you know. But that doesn't mean it's the quality is not there. It's not equally good if not exactly the same because it doesn't exactly the same. But this is good Melissa delicate, it's balanced. It's got. Very controlled flavors. This is a one everything is where it's hopes to be. You know it's Often cheap bubbles are fun and delicious. Raw Love the place and they're. The last drink this one is kind of sophisticated and refined to I'm thinking because I got a glass of bubbles man.
NASA names Washington DC HQ after 'Hidden Figure' Mary Jackson, its first Black female engineer
"NASA will honor its first African American female engineer by naming its Washington DC headquarters after her Mary W. Jackson was a mathematician and aerospace engineer he was part of a group of women who helped put astronauts in space their story was told in the movie hidden figures Jackson was played by Janelle Monet in the twenty sixteen filmon postures posthumously awarded the congressional gold medal in twenty nineteen she died in twenty oh five at the age of eighty three today NASA says Jackson was a woman who called who helped break barriers and open opportunities for African Americans and women in the field of engineering and
WTOP 24 Hour News
‘Homecoming’ Season 2: Janelle Monáe Leads Amazon’s Mystery Down Some Bad Paths
"It was one of Amazon's most talked about series in twenty eighteen Julia Roberts homecoming which told the story of a live in facility designed to help soldiers transition into civilian life the ten episode series became a psychological thriller and now season two is here with a new character played by moonlight stars you know Monet when I saw season one and I listen to the podcast I was a fan and when I had the opportunity to be a part of this and I move my schedule around I made it happen
Skimm'd from The Couch
Lydia Fenet, Global Director at Christie's Auction House: 'I was making a third of what everyone else was making.'
"Today. Lydia fournette joins us on skimmed from the couch. She's the global director of strategic partnerships at Christie's auction house. She's also very lead benefit auctioneer and she's raised over half a billion dollars for charities around the world. Lydia has taken the lessons. She's learned while paving her own career path and has put them in her book for you entitled the most powerful woman in the room is you. Lydia welcomed the skin from the couch. Great to be here. You have the coolest job and we're going to get into but I just want you to skim your resume for us well. My resume is actually kind of short. I've worked at Christie's auction house in New York for twenty one years. I started as an intern and had worked at the company for basically two internships and then was hired out of an internship. I ran the events department for basically ten years on and off started at the bottom grew up in about five or six years in everyone above me left and the job was mine and it was during that time that I realized that there was a side business that you could do. There called benefit auctioning. So you're not the art auction. You're you're not on the Podium Selling Monet's Picasso's essentially you are the person who is getting on stage at eleven o'clock at night at a charity auction trying to raise money for a nonprofit when no one wants to buy anything and so those were really my two jobs for a long time about ten years into my career decided to launch a new department called Strategic Partnerships for the company which I now run globally and I run the large scale benefit auctions around the world for Christie's now as well so really fun job and I earlier love it. What is something not on your linked in that we should know about you. I am a mom of three. I am a veracious runner and I love more than anything to be with people. It's my favorite thing in the world. Have you always been like that? Yes absolutely I am a natural extrovert. There's no question about it. I always think it's funny when people say so. What do you do for downtime? I call my friends and hanging out with them. I try to former for trying to find more friends. The exact opposite quota and my husband too. He loves being themselves and always trying to get in the room to talk to him. And we're very different. Let's bring you into my fold so before we explain. Actually what your job is in day to day? I just want you to tell our audience because I think you are the rare person who's really been at the same company for their career. What is your best piece of advice for how to get hired as an intern fulltime? I think being persistent and really walking into an interview as an intern and making sure that they understand that. You're going to work hard. I know that sounds like the craziest thing to say because it seems pretty obvious to me but I can tell you that. I've probably had eighty or ninety interns over my twenty years at Christie's I can tell you the fifteen who I still remember. I think that internships are such an amazing opportunity to do two things meet people in a company and is that because I shredded paper. My entire first internship at Christie's but guess what the shredder was by the elevator. So I met every single person going in and out of there and I'll introduce yourself I mean people are standing there waiting and remember. This was pre iphone so there was nothing to do. I just stand there and wait but I would stand there and just sort of. Make an off comment about something. That was happening her. You know something as easy as still shredding which people feel sorry for you. They start to talk to you. They always knew I was so they'd always come back. And then there was joke you're still shredding and like I sure am how's your day going. You know just a quick introduction and all of a sudden they remember my face and so when I see them at an event later that week or checking people in special events there was sort of that name recognition that facial recognition so. I just think an internship is the time that people don't realize you get a recommendation from someone that you're interning with in a job. That's very senior in a company in that stays with you for the rest of your life. How did you get your foot in the door? At Christie's I knew nothing about the auction world. I grew up in a small town in Louisiana. My parents were not art collectors but I did a junior semester abroad at Oxford University. While I was there I read an article about the auction world. When Princess Diana's dresses were being. Sold for charity. Yes I remember. Yeah new talks about Christie's and it talks about this auction world and honestly if you knew anything about me my whole life is created in my mind so well. This seems like the place that I should work. I mean it's glamorous people travel. You're meeting all of these people to my earlier point and so I basically started talking about how he was going to work. At Christie's I ninety nine percent of the people I knew had no idea what curtseys was. But my dad who is just such a charismatic amazing man. We were at a Christmas party of a family friend in Baton Rouge Louisiana which is not a bastion of art collecting and there was a young woman who was doing her. She just started at Christie's as an assistant to an assistant. And so my dad pulled me over and he said you've been talking about this place. This woman actually works there and this is when I think sometimes the universe really. If you're open to it helps you in your path. I said to her. Can I get the internship coordinator because I was still in college at this point and she gave me her number and so I started calling this woman and it was so late in the game? I had no idea what I was doing. I was coming from Louisiana. The wasn't so as a New York everybody knew about internships and so I basically just calling her and she kept saying the same thing which was. Ot I'm so sorry you know. The internship program is full but remember there was no caller. Id and that day so had to pick up her phone. She had no idea and every day I would call for two straight weeks and I kept thinking to myself like there has to be a way to make her understand that I have to be there so I have to figure this out and so I would kind of right through a list of questions that I could ask her. That might make her. Think a little bit differently about me and so one day I just hit the nail on the head. I asked her. Can I just ask you something before you hang up on me which you tell me why? The internship has to be closed at thirty people and she said well you know we do museum trips in the afternoon and so yeah. I mean you all of a sudden I was like well. I don't have to go on a museum. It's fine you know and and so I sort of vocalized that I said well listen. I don't have to go on a museum field trip. I could stay and I'm sure they're GONNA be interns. Who were sick and maybe I could fill in over. I mean honestly one college that point. Let's be serious and I think she was so for me to just stop calling her. She said look let me think about it and she hung up the phone and then she called me back an hour later and said I could do a modified internship and I say now that I'm pretty. I went on almost every single one of those museums. You know that's the funny thing because of course someone doesn't show up you know when I hear the story. We're both kind of like smiling at you. Love the fearlessness. A love gutsiness that you had an end poise at a very young age. She just go after this. Both of us had a similar tenacity but didn't have your extroverted part to our story. It's hard exhausting to put yourself out there like that and people come to us for advice all the time. It actually was just talking to a girl yesterday who just as out of college and was trying to get advice on how to network and I was like you have an email address a corporal where you work the big building just email people just like what. What are you say? So very literally. What do you say when you call what you say when you email? I always think the key to networking and my father has the best catch phrase that you will use for the rest of your life which networker die He truly believes networking is the only reason you exist. Charlotte. I would say that the most important thing you WanNa do when you're networking is distinguish yourself from other people immediately. So what makes you unique? Because you can google anybody sitting across the table from you. And I think that that's what people lose and the networking element that makes it really difficult for them because they're trying to play the part of somebody else the easiest way to sell us to sell yourself because when you're talking about yourself in a way that feels authentic. It doesn't feel uncomfortable. This is who you are. So you're just putting yourself out there. What you have get used to is the take it or leave it quality of that and I think that that's difficult for an extrovert or introvert. You know nobody likes for somebody to shut them down but at the same time you'll never get anything unless you put yourself out there. I want to talk about something that I think is a common thing between the media world and the art world. Which is they're highly competitive. It's hard to get that first foot in the door and if you are lucky enough to get it you're usually working a ton and not getting paid a lot and the question that we get all the time is how do they think about that first job do they take the job that they really. WanNa take that. Is You know the internship right. And it's a hard choice and wondering what advice you have for people out there who are looking to break into these industries and also have real financial restraints. Absolutely I think we all have we restraints. We live in New York City or even the the outlying areas around the city. It's incredibly expensive. And so I say to people especially about the art world. Can you live without our? Is it the kind of thing that you've literally wake up every morning in think I have to be around it? It drives me is my passion in if the answer is yes then it probably makes sense for you to be an intern or to take a job that is going to get you on that track over time and it may not pay exactly what you want so you may have to get a second job to make that happen but you have to understand that. That is a choice that you're making it that is not your passion and you just want to do it because it looks fun from the outside and this is what. I wish I had said to myself all those years ago. Go and get a job that pays you what you want. And this is something that you can evolve as a side hustle over the course of your life and then you bring those skills to the place where you interviewed as an intern. And I think that that's one of those things that can seem kind of shortsighted and especially in this day and age where people are hopping from company after one year or six months. Or whatever if you really understand the trajectory of a career. It's long so if you do the work at the beginning and you get to a place where you are making a salary to afford the life that you want you can pivot into the art world. You can pivot into the media world and you have a skill set that you're bringing that you didn't have when you were applying as an intern so you will get paid for that. So people do get paid in these companies. They may not get paid what people in startups get paid but they do get paid. Sometimes you just have to start a little bit more mid level than you would when you think that you should start as an
EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
Vic Syracuse Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman on His Building History
"So how'd you How did you first get involved with With ea where you involve with a chapter when you were younger where that come from. No I if I think back to my first touch on was I. I started building an RV for that was something I always wanted to do. Since I was a kid and I saw. I probably a teeny two or something. On the cover of a mechanics illustrated you can build bigger airplanes. And so I think it was twenty five. I started building rb. Four and Went and visited the local chapter. It was quite a bit different back then. Quite honestly it wasn't quite as welcoming to youth. It was more of an older gentleman's club and they seem to want to sit around and talk more than they did want to build and I wanted to build so one or two visits. I just stayed at home and spent that time building as opposed to a bill chapters. And I I'm at Air Venture was One Thousand Nine hundred ninety one when I came here after I'd already started building. The RB foreign got my first ride with Dick Van. Brunson in the four wow. That's that's a great interaction. What was it led you to the RV to begin with the first of many RV's actually you'll get a kick out of this so like every person trying to build their first airplane. You're on a budget and trying to figure things out and so I'm trying to look at some of the cheaper. Airplanes were to build and The one that was out there at the time I think was a monet model and I realized I didn't have welding skills so next thing I know we're sitting at the dinner table. One night and private pilot magazine came and there was an RV. Four on the cover doing a loop. And I made a comment at dinner to my wife that I really liked to build an airplane someday and her words were well. It'd be nice if you quit talking about it. So that's all I needed to hear. Order was in the mail the next day I love that woman to. That's that is terrific just out of curiosity the RV for you. GotTa ride in from from Dick. Was that the prototype. Yes it's the one in the museum right now. Yes that was the first survey you've ever had a ride and was the one that sets the display so you do have to point out how old I am music. There's a lot of airplanes are now in in thanks. I'm well Oh my goodness so How long did it take you to build that first? Rv for? And what was that experience? Like so I kind of didn't know what I was doing. I'd been building. He's gets for a good part of my life. You start on page one page ten. You've got something and Building like radios teams up to color. Tv's okay did you ever built the weather station the beneath get weather station. I didn't do that. Dad and I did that together. Only father something projects like that hands on that we did. That was a lot of fun. Yeah I missiles heath kit days me to have my silla scope and once in a while but that's just when you look like a bond villain or something so Well BACK TO VIG. You asked me about trying to remember the question. Sorry the question is what was the how long it took out the RV here. I am this twenty five year old kid and again it was an old guys club and I I've always been one. Once you start you keep going and you get it done and So I kept calling pestering fan. Hey Winston xe kit coming so I started out as serial number. Two thirty nine ended up being the twelfth. One finished vowed I think it was about twenty two months later. Twenty four months later maybe was the first RV for Sun and fun and the first one east of the Mississippi rivers a lot of fun. What do you remember about that? First Flight? The first airplane you built. It was reminds me of here a little bit in that. It was on a New Year's Eve in Cleveland. Ohio and it was minus ten degrees. So we all know what kind of performance you are visa but when you're in an RV four with only. I think I had ten gallons of fuel in it and it was minus ten. You can imagine how that thing Klein about ten thousand minutes. You're not supposed to need oxygen during phase one remember very hilarious so we have a VHS tape. Tom You probably look that up in the library but as a kid okay. So it's funny here. It is it's minus ten degrees outside and I land in the family's all around and I'm I'm I'm on cloud nine. I'm so excited and everything and in video you can see everybody else. Kind of standing around freezing for my wife finding says getting we go inside Your Square John. Ten feet tall Having just mastered this role as test pilot. What did you fly to get ready to to get comfortable in the RV farm you had the right and the other RV but did you. Was there. Another airplane you flew to get deal skills Sharp and all that sort of thing was a lot of ratings at that time including I was doing a tail wheel instruction outer let As a good practice there was a friend on the field and he had a decathlon so that very morning I went up I with him and did three takeoff and landings just to make cert- draining back then right which is something. We're trying to change quite a bit today and no transition team and NO SECOND PILOT ADDITIONAL PILOT PROGRAM. No Load No. Ea Flight Test Manual. But but they had electricity and things. Tom I mean it wasn't it wasn't that long ago is our guest. Okay civic after the after the four. What did you go onto to build? So when I had the four for probably I think three years or so and Basically had a four place family so it got to be not a whole lot of fun having this to place airplane and about that time. Prescott pusher came into being and they came to us with a lot of splash and unfortunately I got caught up in that real splash and again I was the first one to actually finish the Prescott pusher and did manage to fly. Here Dash Gosh The first year we finished it but You know a number. A number of other people behind me Came to demise in that aircraft it was not represented very well and so we realized at that time the best thing to do for four place airplane was probably a rant or have partners and So built another place airplane Kit Fox and Most of the time you're flying by yourself anyway or with one other family member and then we We had partners in one. Eighty two. And then bonanza so that filled the four-place niece for awhile until I was could convince Dick van grunts into doing RV ten which took about ten to twelve years and so you're saying that That the RV ten exists is to shut you up. We'll tell you this alone. I came to air venture. I think it was nineteen ninety-six. After pestering van every year for however many years my wife and I were probably twenty feet from his booth and he sees us coming up and he points right at us and says all right. I'm going to do one. Excellent and you also I mean obviously in addition to the aircraft. A you've built you've you've test flown. Many aircraft done pre buys them in the aircraft also. Da are as well does this represent a free FAA signing off aircraft But one in particular that of that we all have some connection with is the one week wonder the RV twelve iso we built an adventure In in two thousand eighteen. You did the first flight on that I did. That was fun so I'm always have an emotional connection to that aircraft. Matter of fact at lunch I was just explaining that to a couple of your new hires. Here go take me take advantage of flying club you have here and then rb twelve with special. I was just flying in on Sunday. Good for you good for you. John Egan and I you're part of the the West Coast tour of the aircraft couple months ago so we got the flight from From Phoenix All the way back to Oshkosh need. That's right you picked up. After David and Serena dropped it off so that was that was terrific thing getting that airplane out there and show you off two chapters and that was literally the Monday after adventure right. It was correct. It was done on Sunday. Flown on Monday. Yes yes and now we flew Monday. Evening is a postcard
Travel with Rick Steves
Monet's Gardens at Giverny
"Start with a look at the intimate gardens. That impressionist painter Claude Monet created around the end of the nineteenth century at his house. In Javanese Elizabeth Murray is a gardener in an artist from the Monterey Bay area in California. She volunteered nearly a year of her life to help restore the gardens in nineteen eighty five. She's updated and re released. The beautiful photo filled book. She compiled to convey how. Mornay created his gardens as a work of art in themselves. It's also where you can experience his famous water. Lilies in-person her book is called Monet's passion ideas inspiration and insights from the painters gardens. Elizabeth thanks for being here. My pleasure thank you for inviting me. Anybody who loves ART KNOWS IMPRESSIONISM? And when you say impressionism you think Claude Monet. Set up the garden. What is it with the great painter? Having his own garden to help inspire his art his garden was both a sanctuary for him and his family and a place that became his biggest inspiration and he lived there and she bernie a little village for forty three years and he's heard to create this garden for his own pleasure and delight and then realized it had everything he needed to paint. He didn't have to travel outside of it any longer as he was aging. And all these other political things in wars were happening so here is the garden of great beauty that nourished him inspired him and he organized the colors implants than reflections said that it was something he could be inspired to paint each day so he spent his last forty three years there. He died in nineteen twenty six today nearly one hundred years after his death we can go there and enjoy the gardening wizardry of this great painter because he painted and he planted and it comes together. Now you've visited back in Nineteen eighty-four reading your book. It's just an amazing story. Tell us how you first met Jeff Rene and then why that changed your life. Well I've always been a painter and a gardener and when I went there I literally got a lump in my throat. I had fallen in love. I thought more than anything I want to know. This garden intimately and the best way to know a garden is to work in it so I had a French friend with me and I didn't speak French and she helped me meet one of the gardeners who said Oh you must go and speak to monsieur vendor camp and ask if you can work here and I thought you know what I live in Carmel. California. I have a great house in nine people working for me as a professional gardener. But I'm willing to give that up in order to work for free and it has been something that has enriched my life but wait a minute about thirty years ago you were traveling around and you were visiting gardens all over Europe teen a lot of gardens your professional gardener with your own staff. You went to Germany two hours west of Paris and you were so impacted by that that you went home. Quit your job and moved to France and volunteered for nearly a year. Yes that's right and I didn't speak French. Learn some Don Don. Does she need Let me soon to Clinton. I'm not a gardener. I go to these Great Gardens in Europe and I love them. They just are delights How was a step above? All of those will. It was a step into my heart. That was it. It wasn't that it was grander by any means. But I love Monet asa artist and so this is like a living painting and I felt like many people who visit the spirit of Monet. So when you feel the spirit of someone you love and admire and then you get to see some of the ideas and where he lived. You really feel his presence. And that's really what I fell in love with. And so you have a great painter. Who New Light? His whole his biggest emphasis was painting light and all the shades of color so instead of just organizing a bouquet or organizing a still life. He organized a whole garden. That would have the colors that sang for him with his kind of color sensitivity and rules of collar. Now this is interesting Elizabeth. You're talking about late. And you know the whole rallying cry of the impressionist movement was for the artists to get out of the studio and into the light and they would satisfy easels out in nature and then they will grab the light and and these are dislike. Monet would famously paint the facade of a church at different times of day in for them. It wasn't the same subject. It was completely different subject because the late in the shadow would play on the physical object differently at different times of day. And this is sort of the essence of impressionism. Isn't it it's capturing the light and the reflections in the shadows exactly the impression of that moment gave its name impressionism. His one thing to have it on a building. In which money did they incredible ones of the Cathedral in Rwanda but then you have living texture of plants that are going to change with the light and they have their own vibration as an artist and a gardener? Elizabeth you could sit in Monet's garden and would you appreciate the different times of Day. Would you insulate dimension of it? So as a sightseer we can go in the morning and we can go out for lunch and take a walk and come back in the afternoon and artistically. It's a different garden absolutely and then it might rain. You might have pouring rain. Bring an umbrella and then the rain will break and you'll have gray clouds and everything will be all shiny and sparkly or you might be there for early. Do or you might be there for little frost. The seasons completely changed the cars. Just it's carbonated the whole experience by appreciating this extra dimension. I'm Rick Steves and our guest. Elizabeth Murray is an artist photographer and gardening expert. She helped with the restoration of Claude. Monet's famous gardens at Scheffer name after time and the Second World War had left them in ruins. She's published a book called Monet's passion with photos. Observations and tips on the plants Monet us to convey a vocabulary of color in his gardens.
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Some 2020 Oscars Fashion Faves
"What you missed today. In the world of Celebrity News Oscar's edition low woah eight. We're GONNA get to the awards show and we're going to get to the after parties but first we have to talk about is a fast Sean. Okay we got to kick things off talking about fashion through a lot of great looks this year. I think I watched so many of those dumb slow motion like he news fashion camera things. I think now everything I look at is in slow motion. My eyes broke watching. So many of those stylized Slo mo videos or whatever anyway as far as getting ready moments I loved Zach braff posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He had some like cute block and white right shots of her like with her dress on and getting ready at his house. I'm assuming she doesn't have her own house in la yet because she's she's new anyway. Did notice this in Zach Braff instagram story. In addition to posting pictures of his girlfriend Florence. PUGH getting ready. He also posted a picture of a mirror with like a cute little a post. It note reminder on it at said take your tickets. Like as if he's trying to remind foreign spewed not forget her tickets to the Oscars anyway. It seems cute normal but then I looked closer at the shot and he has used three different. Post it notes to post this message on a mirror. It's like the worst to nonsensical usage of post. It notes I've ever seen it's like he's using to post it notes in lieu of like tape. I guess but it just it looks bonkers. I highly recommend you go check out the photo of it. I'M GONNA put it on her social media accounts so you can see anyway so I guess she remembered you bring your tickets because she did show up Florence pugh or a great dress was like green and had all these tiers layers to it. It was spaghetti strap at had a little title bout. I loved it other fashion that I really liked Natalie. Portman war a Dior Cape that had embroidered on it all the names of the female female directors who were not nominated which I thought was kind of a cool statement spike Lee were a purple and yellow suit with the numbers. Twenty four stitched on the front and back in honor of the late Kobe. Bryant Kristen Wig wore this big red dress that made her kind of look like a delicious piece of lasagna. Like go all your red hot piece of uncooked LASAGNA. Pasta it was it was great. I loved it. Geno Monet had a good look. She were this like metallic hooded dress. US that I really liked. I love an actresses like bring kind of a met gala fashion vibe to the red carpet like they go over the top. I think that's fine like if if you're GONNA be famous and go to the Oscars like why not have some fun with it. You know like why. Why just look like hot and glamorous when you could look like hot hot glamorous and absolutely crazy speaking of like big fashion moments? I also loved Sandra. Oh's dress you had this giant and philosophy glittery like dusty rose gown. It was awesome in it was it just. I like when a gown takes up a lot of space in and Sandra. Oh she took up a lot of space in to me. That's fashion. Is it weird. That my favorite look of the night might have been from the child actress. Sophia Ed butters. Who played the little girl in once upon a time in Hollywood? I know it's weird. I don't like love that my favorite look was worn by a child child star. But it's true. I don't know what that says about my fashion taste but I thought she looked great. She had this like all pink. High Collar are button up. But like Poofy pantsuit thing. It's honestly so cute and chic. It's very age appropriate too. I liked and it. It's it's like a fairytale princess who is going to work as an accountant or something. It's a great is a great vibe amend to