17 Burst results for "Ms Nina"
"ms nina" Discussed on KCRW
"SMC, not CTU. I love my mom. But I always seem to be saying goodbye and rolling through the mountains like a trade. My own goals of the chopping block, turning chickens in the fountain, some a bit foot child watching in the rain. Stepped into this song taken aback on and step right now again, Mom sitting on the balcony reading flattery, you con with a pencil and a plan. You're not taking this song is like a rain cloud that keeps certainly know beheaded. Great to see you. Okay? Reindeer from sin in the footlights steps back into the woods. Man. Did he send open room where we ran away for good. Look over there. Look over there, this son barefoot child with his head and then a sudden son Explorer. It was you It was It's so lean. Driving through rain. Rolling down a mountain time. Like a train. Man. Hey, stranger. Roll No mountains in the rain. It's okay. It's okay. Yeah. Yeah. Nina Simone Mice. Huts came time. It wasn't worth the way because you left us with. It doesn't kill the juice, and I really never had you taste she get some subtle little hand stuff. That's my pursuit. Just like coming to my co worker, and I'm the rain to a monsoon. I hope you want with them all soon, because I don't want to make assumptions. It was fine. She's likely up in my style with myself feel like a high class museum deep frozen into the mausoleum. She told me I was the enigma and she don't know, but she is my little secret. And so was I. But don't worry, I'll keep it. That's it for right now and not enough future If you want to see me saying saying, No, it's best if you just choose to stay putting. Can you just give me a friend's friend? Mr Kisses me on, man? If you wanna see me, same Said It was best if you just you two stay, boy lad. If you just hear me other friends, Mister Chesterfield Man, No, No, I wish it was doing name is three and need for quest Gangrene. Big Ben's best beating big spending Big spender. What It is real big days. Grace. Same, Ms Nina, Miss. Say, Don't miss no meals. Been thinking suffer, stuck..
"ms nina" Discussed on Natural Curiosity
"Word in love with zoo. Yeah pays off. Big benefits does think about the opportunities that are waiting for you. In what new love to do okay and if you need help. There's people like nina. There's people like lady liu. There's people like marian who will help you figure out what that is. Don't do it alone join a community get involved and create the opportunities that are special and right for you because you wanna live a good life nina. Thank you so much for joining us today. Lady louis you're always so. How are you reading. What her monkeys. And we will be back. Ms nina be light phone and we love you and we can't wait to see what you're up to next yes. I am excited about monastic class. That's coming up no it is i. I'm just pouring everything into it. I know you do because your love comes through to all of us thank you. We appreciate everyone out there. All of your audience share this video. Please there's a button on youtube. That just says punch share and it takes you to all social media punch ride. A little sentence is so easy so go over there and subscribe to our channel. The natural curiosity channel. We'd love to have more subscribers and thank you again. All of your work neat ms need to be. You're just so wonderful so we have to say goodbye unfortunate when we'll be back next monday at ten. Am central time with our opportunity knocks. Thanks again everyone. I thank you. Thank you for joining us on our show. Marian and i lady liu love bringing you new and exciting opportunities every week. Please watch the replays of some of our other videos on our youtube channel. Just go to youtube dot com type in marian lasalle in the search bar and then click on marion's little picture and natural curiosity would just pop up so please subscribe to our channel while you're there and we'd love to have you subscribe to our weekly e newsletter at natural curiosity dot life l. i. f. e. Thanks again see you soon. Bye bye for now..
"ms nina" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Mr James Booker who was born in New Orleans Louisiana on. December seventeenth nineteen thirty nine and he passed away on November. Eighth, nineteen, eighty, three and one thing is good to do music history, especially black music history. This brother right here. This song was done in nineteen, sixty but James Carroll was a Keyboardist, and he had a unique style combining rhythm and blues with jazz standards. This man was a classically trained pianist, and he performed for the great author. Rubinstein who said he's never seen anyone like Mr Booker play classic music like he did, but he was described by musician Dr John as the best black gay one I- Junkie. Genius New Orleans has ever produced, and this brother was known as the black liberace. He played later in life. He played for Jerry Garcia's. And he found fame overseas, in Europe, which he felt, he was taken seriously, and he fed off the love of the audiences and he. He's played for in fact when he got into trouble. And he went to jail. For drug use His lawyer was Harry. CONNICK senior and What Harry connick senior did was to help him get on his feet. He would have him teach his son Harry connick junior how to play the piano and let me tell you this is black history. Right here and June is black music month, and it also is gay pride month, and we celebrate both here on a bowl of soul I'm going to play something for you from the late great ms Nina Simone and it's called. Backlash Blues and I'm playing it because. The song. Is Very now? In terms of twenty first century, the fact that black people are still being treated as underclass. It's a backlash and right here on a bullet soul backlash blues from Nina Simone and Is a bowl of Seoul. This is your man Jay motion. You're listening to soul music at its best a bowl of soul, a mixed stool of soul music. You! Backlash! You read my taxes reason my wages, my son. Be. Give me Sam glass. And set them in class. Folks just sat down fast food from the back. Only. Backlash. Try to find a job. A little cash. All, you got. Evening media why bad. Began Rod. And it's. A black yellow. and. Mr Backlash. Leading. Glad Lou Mr Backlash What think I got to lose? With the back. have. Wait and see. Backlash.
"ms nina" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"That is the truth and this panel from Bravo con proves it even more hosted by buzzfeed. Sylvia Odell the peach tea SIP NC panel had almost all the houses including Cynthia Bailey. Porsche Williams Kenya Moore and even Marcel Kandi burruss unfortunately was not in attendance. And neither was MS Nina leaks. Candy has been a little busy because she welcomed. A new baby blazed Tucker a few days after Bravo con- so you guys will hear what the rest of the Atlantic crew had to say about the first few episodes of real housewives Atlanta and their thoughts on meany Kenya. It didn't hold back on her answer aside from Kenya Anini. There's also a little moment of shade between Eva Emporia. Eva spilled that she isn't in a good place with Porsche. which sounded like it was a surprise to Porsche? I wonder what happened. PLUS CYNTHIA GIVES US WEDDING UPDATES and a wedding date. It is ten ten in two thousand and twenty super cute. She also talked about her daughter. Noelle opening up about being fluid on the show plus Porsche gave her take on sincerely approaching. Candy Cynthia anthea and Eva at Old Lady Gang why Lizardo would be the perfect Atlanta housewife. I don't disagree. And they all answered if they think Marlow Hampton deserves a peach honestly for all the tea she stirs up. She should take all the peaches I am here for. Let's listen excited I to be here. I'm GonNa Bring the ladies out and I need you guys to give them every ounce of your energy because they give us every Sunday and we don't give it back. Okay you guys ready okay. First up we sit.
"ms nina" Discussed on Double Toasted
"We didn't have that kind of shit when I was coming onto nine at all you know yeah that Shit best that you had was Sunday school our vacation Bob School in N.. Even naturally it was dulled best you got was some ragged ass generic cookies and some water down punch you got and storebrand story cookies could aim by you Chinoy Food Club. They couldn't even buy chips on Cooley now. They they brought shit caused. It was the generic book sugar cookie. That was what in punch that was it. That's the best we does. CHURCH AIN'T GONNA say about it but it's cool and I'll tell you there was a time when I really got wires. I said you know something I should. I thought Church the Black Churches bringing it now I I would love to go to a white church the real crazy ones because because black people they got happy white comedians about white the fuck fuck it but that's how it was cable you know let me go to church like this. Why are we gonNA turn this? I mean that's how it was capable of very segregated town so best. That's how I learned as we got older. We even we saw oh because white people start taking over the they were the first ones that I saw started taking just places and strip malls jittery not in NYC at she country okay serious fucking seventy seven we met to this day across the street from we have a safeway that closed down and Ms Nina black part of town. Some white people took that still the case right now but they were the first one wants to get their ELM street. which is where Freddie Krueger should AH shut down the free agency ready crew go into a white shirts? That's how crazy white people Freddy Kruger would one day. I'm not GonNa Fuck with anybody Lord but now else remain that was we had before Elm Street was popular man. I'll take it down to before I told him in ours was the real real nightmare because white people would not go near it man because that's where the drug dealer the mostly the prostitutes were and they'd be out there mantle and then they were out there into late. You see a Bush Komo. I see your hand. Come on lease freeze date yeah man it was but there was A. Helps some some shit that closed down. It was like seriously it was like an art. Some bragging arcade opened up close down and some might be made a church out of it and we would see them they'd be out there like is because they would have church on nights church northern happen for us. You know like they do on Wednesday Thursday. These people are core man and they being talking crazy. I just pulled up a video. I want to see what this this Kinda Shit. I'm talking about. I don't know if this is <hes> illustrate my point but you know talking in tongues and Shit. That's what Kinda fight in the name of Jesus you'd be made whole by the power of guy most shot actually come on. That's really that's that's that's all denomination when they start speaking. Doth rockies impress some people gibberish but that's what I loved about it man I I loved because I knew was bullshit..
"ms nina" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Yeah he agrees. He's been debate. He's Batna but they, they do a relevant in the same vehicle, which makes sense because the other cops just seem to fight about who gets drive for me is average is how max is kind of always alone, even though he yes, he has his wife in his kid, but he's like this is sort of a to me. It just opening up how he's faded to be just max and everybody else is, is there. But he is still he's like this. He's always sort of solitary thing, even when he's helping people he's helping them apart from them. Yeah. And he is the one guy who's kind of waiting out on the road someplace the other cops aren't able to catch the night, right? Later. And they finally bring in max, he's like the power backup kind of person. And the I love that whole chase that happens in here, and this whole idea of this supercharge car, which it feels like fi. Fi knows that, that is the thing that's going to make max max in. That's the one, you know, missing piece of the puzzle is the super v eight. So he arranges so that max end up getting that car that, that was barring Kennedy's dream when he was sixteen years old, barring Kennedy being the Jews are was the sound engineer. And, you know, just about everybody had ten roles his film, because it was super budget in nobody really knew what they were doing, but yeah, barring Kennedy was a massive massive petrol, Ed. And he basically had dreamed. This guy is Taya live. And so he was like, I, I've decided the car, this is the max will have. Is one of the making Phages Taylor story about having the cop parked in the street in cal- to MS Nina suburb Melvin, and his two little elderly ladies will pause. They look in the rear view mirror and soul than just joking. The back of in going. And they're like, well if even the orderly ladies going for the car, we're on the road. I have to say that when we're introduced Max's family, I had a really good laugh, because those this sound saxophone on the soundtrack, and then we cut to his wife, actually playing the saxophone, so it's, it's digest music, and not, not digest music. It's like the harmonica and the killer totally reminded me. Every time it just cracks me up. It's like a, a slightly smaller stature, female. And then she's got this big saxophone. I'm glad wasn't like a base sex. I like that. They are there, the, the wife and child there, though. They are pretty much just dead meat. You know, we're just waiting for them to die. And we have these moments that were signaling. This is going to happen that amazing part during that opening chase when the little kid is out on the road, and we think for sure it's going to get hit. And then the cars zoom past it. That's a nice fake out, because then we're going to get that again, later on where the cars don't zoom past and some really bad things happen. I think for me the other reason why I have I had a hard time with the time in location when it comes to this is even though they are supposedly driving futuristic motorcycles, whenever I see a motorcycle gang in film, I tend to put it back in the late sixties early seventies. And this being put out in seventy nine just kind of. Feels like okay, this is another biking movie in the biker gang. This gang is so terrific, and Hugh keys burn, as toe cutter, my God..
"ms nina" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Very nice compliments on the program. Janet, I appreciate that. Thank you, very very much. That's very kind of you say that there is a story. Couple of stories out today net come from Nashville Carrie Underwood who I just adore. She's gorgeous. She is she's married to Mike Fisher. Who is a Nashville predators hockey player? Good couple. They recently raised more than a half a million dollars five hundred thousand dollars for needy. Children in Haiti they just did that on their own. She's one of the sweetest. I think her along with Taylor swift early on both of their websites had such focus on young women young girls because so many young girls idolized and followed them, and they always made sure that that kind of. Attention was paid to young adolescent girls growing up, and I've always I've always loved them for that. Along with their music. There's a big story that comes out of Nashville today. That even uses Loretta Lynn, the focus is on Loretta Lynn, CMT country music television is going to honor all female artists in generational Carrie Underwood Miranda Lambert, its annual artists of the year show where Loretta Lynn will be recognized as an artist of a lifetime. Women in country music have not fared. Well, it is a tough way into country music. What for whatever reason you can blame it on radio? You can blame it on record labels. You can blame it on the media. I don't know but country women in country music have always had a hard time. And here's a quote to let me yet. You know, I'm talking about country music. It's about dadgum time that we recognize women and not just country music. But all music says low rattling the Queen of country music is eighty six she said a biggie. Hardis EMT for doing so coal miner's daughter has been blazing trails for women in country music since the nineteen sixty don't come home. Don't come home and drinking with Lebanon, your mind and the pill. Fist city listened to some of that stuff. She did in the sixties. Oh my God. A great songs, I mean real country. So she's going to be honored on Wednesday in Nashville by her friend and actress who portrayed her in the movie says he space. Well, women have been struggling to be played on radio, and they really have and on streaming playlists or nominations for country. Wards CMT decided to celebrate the ladies this year with honors going to Kim schloffmans from little big town. And Karen Fairchild Hillary Scott of lady antebellum, Merrin Morris and Kelsey Ballerini. Who is I think Kelsey even now is only still like twenty two. Such a such pipes. Oh man at child can sing. And I don't mean to refer to as a child, but that's that's just my country roots coming at me miss Ballerini debut album resulted in three consecutive number one country radio singles, the first time any female artists at some of the genre. And she was part of next women our country, yada, yada, yada. Ms Nina, said, she worried that the lack of women in country music was just going to remain a conversation in the industry without any real action to correct it. We'll see 'em said. Well, let me get in the middle of all this. So that's about dadgum best you could do. So that's going to be a good show. I guess that's on Wednesday night. I will watch AAA traffic on the fives, Kathy bargains watching traffic.
"ms nina" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"Inspired to see them function on a level where they can do for himself with their Kansas. They all had their own different unique way of doing things is never a dull moment about that. Especially MS Nina manner is the life of the party in the house as Nina. This is a cut Plum blossom. This is purple hydrangea, pink tulips, white garden roses. I Slavic poppies and theory. I'm white Snapdragon. This is an orchid a felon office orchid. I love them. They're my favorite. My name is Michael saying, I am one of the co owners of bottle and our dresses six, seven to south Jackson street in Seattle, Washington. My name is Bobby pin, and I am a hairstylist as well as floors with Mike. Oh, we are a floral shop and hair salons, or you walk in Zion to look like someone's living room that was overrun by guarded. So we have a ton of plants and a lot of cut flowers, large floor floor-length glass mirrors to bounce off light. We just wanted a very rich, lush environment for them to wait in. And then as you continue on further becomes salon, our main slot area, it's anchored with four crystal chandeliers which I was consistent about because I wanted to create a little drama glam for the space. It's pretty much white. In the back, we did green styling chairs so that we would pull the garden into this space. So there's a balance space, Michael odd to have my wall here, which is all cacti and cycling. Because he doesn't do too well with those. We've known each other for a very long time since right after high school was a first quarter in college. I was shopping at the gap with a friend to Mike o. Cabada class together. We dated for two years after that. And then we had both moved to different places. I moved to San Francisco and he moved to Cal to New York. And then we did a wedding together for one of my friends as a favor to her. And I said, I would do it with the stipulation that might go do this wedding with me because we would always each other. And we always ask for billions and vice and how to build these structures and things that we were doing. And so we had just joined forces for that wedding. And it really, we realized we were kind of onto something something that was more magic, oh together and then on our own. And then we had talked about going into business and maybe having Homebase studio and things just kind of fell into place. So now we just have shop and become our lives. My name is Suzie, and I am getting by hair colored trying to go blonde. So bobby's been helping me achieve on the best way possible without damaging my hair. What I had. I discovered this place. I thought, how cool is that that we have to men of color opening this really awesome elevated business within this neighborhood because it's a historically, you know, old neighborhood, and I think it's really awesome, and it brings all different types of people to this neighborhood, and I think that's great for every business here I started doing hair for mother as child. I was eight years old and my mother refugee from Laos could barely speak English, but ones being top of her fashion. So she taught me out a perma here and then so from there on. This love for hair. It was a huge deal for mother to come out and see this because she was kind of person who sparked this passion. They mean my dad is of Chinese descent. My mom's challenge these both born and raised in Washington, and they still currently reside in Seattle. They've always been very supportive of the things that I wanted to do. I've always been creative as child, and I think they're both very proud of where we've come. I think they've seen us go through different areas of life and so they're, they're happy to see us kind of settled down and build a successful business. We've been through it all. We've been lovers. We hated each other. We become best friends and family at this point. I think that there is a level trust between us is very special. So I just thank you for always having my back. I mean, all these years, it's been a long time. Definitely thankful for that that you are helping me live the dream..
"ms nina" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood
"Something special Ed promise. Colonel glanced around at the three men beside him. Robert Fellowes who smiled and nodded seed Roggio who led coldly at Luton and Jack gross who was simply curious. Okay. Kanneh said, start working on it, get it moving said this'll be under you. Make sure Val gets the usual budget Royal grown. You won't regret this Charles Luton said, grabbing his hand and shaking it, I'd better not. And you can consider this. A Christmas present because I forgot to buy you a cigar. Now, gentlemen, if everyone's quite finished harassing me for the time being, I'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and get the hell out of my office. Dearest mother and Lucy. We've had a marvelous holiday season too, which as always you contributed so much. Nina was delighted with the things you sent her and has always going to sit down and write your letter. I've taken pictures of Nina standing beside the Christmas tree dressed in the potty dress from Lucy and in the bathrobe that use end mother, they'll be developed next week. I especially love her in the bathrobe dark blue is a great color for her, and she looks really lovely in it. To start from the beginning. We had a tree, a great big one. And on Christmas Eve, the neighbors came over to help us dress. We dressed it in a way to please the children, lots of junk colored balls, tinsel and electric lights. Christmas morning, we opened gifts, vol, junior toy soldiers, and then jumping Jack and made havoc with them. Immediately. Nina got dole buggy from Ruthie and myself as well as some other things. Mostly gifts of clothing, Sonia levian who worked at our studio and who was he's the love stories about Nina whom she's never met, sent her an enormous doll all in all very good whole for MS Nina. Ruthie has got mostly clothing. She loves the bag. Mother made for her and says that it's just big enough, knitting, etcetera, etcetera. The head of my gifts was the electric razor. I seem to be the only man who ever got a clean shave from an electric razor at the very first trial Ruthie gave me a blue bathrobe with red piping just marches Nina's and which is very comfortable. The back washer that you send mother is almost big enough to take care of my wide expanse of wise epidemics. New Year's. We stayed home. Ruthie does on the sofa until twelve and then we woke up. Nina had wine, Coca-Cola, Anina, and sang hymns at Nina's suggestion. Thus we welcomed in the new year. Val junior was not awaken only. No, we're very happy and the only hope that the new year will be as good to us as the last and of course, happiness and health in the new year. We want that very much. We'll see. They say, I must take it easier. We will see on that front too. All of the. Oh. It was the Sunday before the world at large was due to return to work Valjean IOUs. School uniform had been pressed and laid out for tomorrow. Nina's things have been packed two cases ready for her return to boarding school, the Christmas decorations, which had seen so magical when they've been hung just two weeks before we're beginning to sag a no longer caught the light. So curiously each time breath of air on its way through the house, a drizzle of Tony needles fell from the branches of the tree in the corner. Ruth involve had long since given up trying to keep on top of these downpours and Luton have become used sudden jab of discomfort in his foot as yet another pine needle found its way through his sock for the last two days he disappeared from family life. Again, the house have begun to run once more to the metronome of the typewriter in the study. But concessions have been made lunch breaks two hours long afternoon. Naps were compulsory and work. To stop dead at six mid sentence if need be. He could hardly argue with roots orders. Medical evidence was on her side. The heart that kept him going that kept him writing was in trouble, and no story or flight of fancy was worth his life. But this opportunity was special and he had to seize it with both hands. You should stop for the night and spend an hour with Nina, said Ruth from the doorway. She's trying to teach the donkey to fat..
"ms nina" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Domestics and the like the couple of MS Nina Mark played by Kate Bosworth entirely Oakland. The are looking Ryan for some of Sambo's of pre catastrophe normality. They want to get back to a stable suburban life with have to worry about survive. Every other minute and where they can build a new life for themselves early on in the film, Nina and Mark come across another couple played by lens Rettig and DNA Girja who seem very much on the same level as them they're not affiliated to gang. They're just trying to have a nice life for themselves on-the-go for dinner with this couple their house. And then unfortunately, that dinner is intruded upon. And that's what's going on in this clip didn't expect. Should finish. Okay. You don't be okay. Made me don't know what you want. Anything just don't money. Him. And her. Leo's. Just give him a daughter. So can you mommies. Got to do. Just. Just giving just. Okay. So the director of the domestics, Mike p Nelson, who's a former signed designer in fully artists because the guy who's like sticks and accent, I want him Eleanor being Senate. Someone's has been cut off. This feature debut written, writes it. I'll say it's really, really impressive piece of work. It short by Maxime Alexandra, who did Allison has tone? You know, the Guinness, what was the the English title? Switchblade romance is kind of incredible visceral French horror film from a while back. So it's this kind of serious horror artisan ship at the core of it. For me, it's just, this is bills. This Beasely kind of horrible alternative US the tapping into in the same way that George Miller Mad Max, the initial Mad Max was kind of keyed into road rage in industry, Leon, kind of horrible traffic accidents. This one seems very much tuned to the times America where people are sort of abandoning previous friendship groups in order to fall into certain political factions. They will see people who sworn enemies that five years ago. They were perfectly content. You know, pass in the street and be friendly with and shake hands with purely because of their political lines. It seems very, very key to this particular moment in history. It doesn't dig into that quite as much light. There's no trad shoot says it comes knives until recent American survival filler that seemed to get on board with that more, but it doesn't more successfully than Parche films. I think it says more than the parts films do while also having this incredibly stylish and visually memorable horrid lands on which it takes place. I was really taken with us with a new expectations for whatsoever and was was generally pretty impressed. That's the domestics that is the domestics. We've got, maybe we try to fit one and we'll try to fit in dog day squeezing anything. We don't manage say, hey, we'll we'll say the puck. Yes, that sense. Good. Okay. So this is an ensemble romantic comedy right to by Ken Marino which centers on the interconnected lives of some dog owners in Los Angeles. I mean, I would summarize the plot is kind of almost not worth it. It's just, you know, this kind of usual, multi strand thing where you. Okay. So this, there's a breakfast TV presenter who has to get on with her new Cooper's Antonio coup, who's she kind of rubs up against them, but to the fence, each other, maybe they do they booth own dog. So you have to walk the dogs together and it's just, you know, things over and over and over again, it's made very much in the style of leap periods Garry Marshall's these films, like Valentine's Day, New Year's Eve mother's day, I built around certain festivals and seeing all these people muddle the way through these things. You know, this kind of romantic and familial strife. All comes get in the end. I can't imagine why anyone would sit down after having watched any of these guy Marshall films, I think, do you know what we should do? One of was, but with dogs. But that's honestly what they've done is an even a title dog days suggest to me. It's been lifted from you Valentine's Day mother's day variety in the same tradition as this, the even end with the same of,.
"ms nina" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We are in this room at this moment in time Now Has always been viewed as kind of, nerd we, know but the the notion of tax administration at, Rio it's it doesn't sound necessarily, exciting but in many, ways this is the this is the front line of how Americans intersect with the federal, government Virginia, Democrat Mark, Warner the effectiveness of that, intersection the customer service components I think are really. Important let's face. It let's acknowledge no one loves paying, taxes but if we can make that payment of, taxes more, effective more, user-friendly more. Fair I think a process that we all have to take on his obligations as. Citizens At least. Become less painful. And again I want to commend the, chairman and Senator carton for having a long long, history in, this field, the two. Topics that I hope that we can also address his over the last few years I've spent a lotta time looking. The changing nature of work I think we're moving into, an environment where classic w. two full time employment, were folks go work for the same firm for. Thirty five, years thing of the past part of that driven by economic circumstance part, of that driven by frankly. Choice amongst many millennials we've seen the emergence of number of new platforms so called gig economy How do we how do we. Monitor that how do we understand and make a tax, system that doesn't doesn't impede individuals who are trying to become more entrepreneurial And actually utilize these services utilize these platforms how do we make, their tax administration smoother. And easier process I believe as well that the the idea that people want a going forward basis may not, have a, single income stream but multiple income streams they may be an IT. Consultant starting their own business driving Uber and running out there their apartment on Airbnb and frankly the tax administration burden in this new. Economy is is enormously challenging I've called, for two studies one from? The GAO one from the treasury department to try to look at the size of this workforce I frankly believe that The recent study that indicated that there was frankly not much. Growth in this field I will accept that data I don't think it was fully complete enough because I just think I've seen estimates from government and non-governmental sources that literally show close to a third of the American. Workforce at this point is at least, receiving some of their income from contingent work so how we think about tax, administration how we think about almost even to the whole concept of a social. Contract I would argue that means we need to move, to a portable benefits system if we're going to move to a portable benefit system we've got to have flexibility on the tax administration science where the other item that I think this is an ongoing I'm going challenge in that is technology updates we've all seen the IRS make good faith efforts sometimes I was good faith face efforts have. Have faith efforts have ended up with, perhaps more negative publicity than upgrades something is wrong in our overall federal government, when we spend eighty eight billion dollars a year on IT services and seventy. Five billion eighty eight is spent on patches and upgrades, of legacy systems my hope is as well we can get into the question of How could we create a. Technology enabled modern tax system. And if the congress has to bite the bullet and say we really need to junk. Some of our legacy systems and fully upgrade. I think we ought to hear that have that kind of discussion again I want to thank the chairman for hosting this and again proud to call. Myself now part of the. Tax administrative nerd caucuses well thank you You've always been a charter member. Of, that caucus And your points are well taken and it. Just creates, more of a challenge for the IRS you know how do, we deal with talk about the the gig economy but also, the economy where people are moving around so frequently Much less likely of a single corporate entity that. Can provide that. Tax conduit for the IRS with this let's hear from our witnesses we're going to. Get right into. It miss Caroline Bruckner, is here she is managing director of the. Co- God, tax policy center at American University MS Phillips Kubis here, he's a member of the national association enrolled agents in the IRS advisory council MS Nina Olsen. Many, of you know the national taxpayer advocate. Had railroad service Mr John sap the co chair of the electric tax administration advisory committee advising the IRS and miserable Thomson project director of the taxpayer opportunity network within the. Organization prosperity now thank you all for coming to testify, we're looking forward to it an interesting time we'd ask that. You keep, your comments to five minutes and you can submit your written, comments in their entirety for the record let's start with you Good morning and thank you for the opportunity to testify today my name is Caroline Brechner I'm a tax professor on the faculty in American universities God school business..
"ms nina" Discussed on Slate's Working
"The materials any resources that are found belong to the owner of the property okay so if it is a private development or it's a private homeowner and they have a resource on their property it whatever materials are in there belong to the property owner is of you ever uncovered something like fabulously interesting valuable that ended up in private hands honestly no good no i have worked for private clients you know i i've had clients who i found something on my property and it's really cool and i want to hire you to come and documented investigate it and and we have and their people are fascinating the history and i've been asked by private individuals to document a history actually i i you know what i take that back the best example i have is working in the bowery for private developers on a hotel development site and we found the remnants of a nineteenth century beer garden really and it was a fabulous project the client was not obligated not an historic district was not obligated to do archaeology but the developer became genuinely interested in the history they we did the archaeology we did analysis we didn't a lot of research there is now an archaeological exhibit in the ms nina level of the hotel and so we found all these great bottles and we were able to do research and find recipes for the contents of some of these bottles and one of my side projects is were gone going to be working with a friend of mine who recently opened a or is involved in a new distillery in manhattan and historic districts council and we're going to brew the historic bidders over recall and doing the vent so so i take that back about how so the hotel the family that owned the property they kept all the materials and they used a number of them in an exhibit in the hotel that talks about the history of the.
"ms nina" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Cokie the field morning everybody is dj envy angela ye shall i mean the guy we are the breakfast club now we have a young lady in the building ms nina page her name was not needed pages gdp as you crazy okay gene page is the founder of african ancestry dot com a couple of months ago i took a twenty three me dot com testing and said that i was ninety seven percent west african which i love because i'm black is black as hell and somebody telling bozeman actually put us on the african ancestry and said that if you get with him they can tell you your tribe and what country you're from japan if i played because politically when ideas i took the dna tests middle so from ninety seven percents east african west african now see that's the wrong test which one you guys you took is history i'd say africa ancestry that's the difference so africa says you could sell you specific ethnic group that you come from so you know if you if you just know the country that's still the european borders where if you know that you're uraba from nigeria the you now now you can you can pinpoint specific customers ritual you that they're are part of your past saw special guests heard that right so she sent us african ancestry chicks how are you what what was the star like why would you you know what made you want to do this you now i appreciate man he he really wanted to know where he was from that's how it really started.
"ms nina" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"To the second icon dare that's a tv show to third world icon he's a real show and has all our past radio shows air so i i see a lot of you had events i see guys at workshops in fact i didn't want to mention april twenty eighth we have our financial legal workshop where i guess they will be speaking at is that the alamo hotel eight o'clock two o'clock in the afternoon april twentieth which is a saturday park hotel we do validate but there's also small fee for the valve otherwise parking his shopping center i walk on over to the plum the ms nina level the main level will have four breakout rooms i will be covering everything for medicare medicaid social security to financial planning to elder abuse with touch on a little bit about alzheimer's dementia and also with talk about how to choose a care home and end of life issues which is becoming more prevalent topic which has been very good so anyway i wanted to jump right into today's show about elder abuse and we have our leading writer here mr scott spallina from the prosecutor's office in charge of the other abuse unit so welcome to shows i try i'm most of the time most of the time and tell you when he's late but anyway i'm never leave for dinner house a yeah that's what i'm saying but anyway yeah i just so much going on and let me start off i'll tell you i got a i got a call every day of the week but let this week i got a call earlier saying you know our father leading this guy to measure the bathroom i said okay where you going to renovate well not really but he thinks senior think somewhere one of the kids in the family has senate a contractor to go measure a bathroom i said okay well did anybody and we found no psychologist personnel saying by the way are you renovating your bathroom you said did you find you've found right.
"ms nina" Discussed on What It Takes
"Because we'll have scaled up expectations and he said you know i i'm going to be a good partner but i think we're biting off more than we can chew and he was probably right we ended up raising eight hundred fifty million dollars going through enormous amounts of of difficulty we subsequently raised another hundred million from one of those investors so we got to nine we got to nine sixty actually at the end and it launched the firm in in in in a scale where we always did very big things because that's what i wanted to do it's also what my partner wanted to do he just didn't know that that was achievable and and you know none of us knew but but he was a good enough partner and smart enough you know manta also back you know my vision of what i thought was chief able now that's just an instinct and and one has those types of instincts and in my type of business and i i don't know how one describes how you would know that that that could happen but it's it's it's from reading the newspaper seeing what's going on at feeling what people are talking about and just knowing that ought to be possible blackstone dove headlong into a lot of new businesses what are known as alternative assets leveraged buyouts real estate hedge funds and something called ms nina debt and if i were able to truly understand what that is enough so i could explain it to you i probably wouldn't be podcasting we've gone into a lot of new businesses and we're we're subsequently you know quite quite big and every time you know we have one of these new perceptions that there's a really interesting thing to be done you just do it and and you know it's it's it's it's sort of like a basketball player who only shoots when they get a real good sense.
"ms nina" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Carol should i dress you is ms miss all mrs carol owned madam maybe that's mr leo hornak there our producer in london if i have to be addressed by anything it should be ms but i prefer it only on paper honorifics are a bit old fashioned to carol why it's ms daego go by ms nina person i guess i prefer ms if i have to choose one ms presutti hosts the world and words are podcast about language and this week on the podcast we have a special treat because leo or mr leo hornak joins me you're welcome on the podcast to talk about honorifics specifically one on her face we've been looking into it's one i hadn't heard before this story mix mix as in 'em eieck ceramics and ex and it is a gender neutral honorific designed to be completely devoid of genda and marital status i've vaguely heard of it but don't know a lot about it neither have many people institutions like banks just take a listen to this coast the thing is the nationwide new thing where they view one hundred pounds if you join them for the money that well i mean it's banking so doing a little experiment so my aim is basically to open a new bank accounts with the nationwide which one of the big banks in britain on the how hard is it to become mixed leo hornak to your bank would you like a checkbook.
"ms nina" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The bank of england under the premise that we are living in even more uncertain time and and therefore and more short term view is is appropriate on the other hand it definitely may sounds that are forecasting and planning for the future i'm for businesses for consumers and sort of their penned on interest rates and our projections i'm quite more difficult servicer robot county could go through his two terms with an ever increasing interest rates on one thinking that that a bureau in that they could he could well go through through his entire times bank of england governor with treasury interest rates of course he would have made mervyn king the exgovernor would would say who should make monetary policy decision every month even if it is to keep interest rates unchanged and he has of course sanctioned more qe so me kind of these monitored do you think it was an issue with bank of england credibilty are really as i just being far too harsh ms nina says we live an uncertain times in the bank has to react accordingly well i think he's who is right to ask is the bank of england doing the right things to ensure its credibility remains intact because that is absolutely the purpose of having an independent central bank is one that you can trust to take the right decisions to keep inflation on track where we now inflation is above target yes will it come down a towards the target next year i think you will will that leave bank of england credibility intact yes i think he will but it is absolutely right question it every month are they doing the right thing thank your much rob would from bank of america merrill lynch an escape from the center for economics and business research why markets guest this morning is stephen clapham the founder of the research consultancy behind the balance sheet stephen we we talk about these risks to the economy to web brexit and also stuff but will stop marcus just keep on forging hit on a not even north korea developing the hydrogen bomb confess the nikkei lost two hundred point seven are barely one percent wider marketsignal all these.