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"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"How i mean. How protective are you of your clients. And when you're working with them I am a vault. And i pride myself on that i really An incredibly protective of people's information and it's hard sometimes it literally just happened to me in the last couple of weeks with a client. But i adore asking me what i was under contract for on another property for another client that i adore and i you know everyone wants to be in the know or feel like they. Have you know a dog. Get information and really information is An incredibly powerful out here and you have to know how to to be able to be confidential but still be respectful But i i don't talk about my clients i don't use their names I anything that i share. It's because i have permission to share. Or i know that they be completely fine with that because this is a You know an incredibly important part of people's lives real estate And i really value But that privacy piece so integrity is a big thing for you. We talked about that It has we were talking about that. I was thinking. Could i like to think that i have integrity. But nobody's perfect. So how do you manage integrity in your relationship with your clients. And what do you do if you do make mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes Sort of an internal meter. I i really feel that if something doesn't feel right Just listen to your intuition and usually if you violate it that's when you realize you're going a little bit astray and what do you do if you do something that doesn't feel right. It probably wasn't and if if you've done it you pick up the phone and you're immediately on up to apologize and i've done that. I have to an incident interesting. Melanie when you when you take your hat in your hand and you say melanie i really screwed up..

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"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"Komo news everybody. This is the friday morning drive. This is peter hernandez this is the call that started at all the douglas element podcast series which has become a staple Real estate community both inside and outside. Douglas solomon which is super exciting. And i'm really excited to have melanie muss on my call today Melania is a top producer in the markets I think she's at around fifty million already this year. And she's got tons in the pipeline. So she's doing super well In the marketplace. And you know what what's interesting about. Melania i just wanna share this well first of all. I think it's cute because she moved to aspen to learn to ski and that was kind of what her thing what she wanted to learn to ski. And she ends up as a slender. And a real estate agent for came to ski. She stayed the sled and sell real estate. Which i think is really really fun but melanie..

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Apples iPhone Launch Event Is Confirmed. What Do We Expect?

The 3:59

01:58 min | 9 months ago

Apples iPhone Launch Event Is Confirmed. What Do We Expect?

"Joining us to come through the mess of rumors and speculation out. There is fun. Reviewer patrick colin. Welcome patrick hello. Thanks for having me first off. When is this event actually happening. It's happening tuesday september fourteenth. All right so it's less than a week away. And i know some copies in the midst of this pandemic have been experimenting with different kinds of presentations than i know. Google had a hybrid one with some folks there. This one is this. Are we expecting some a virtual only pre canned type fair. Or you think the be any kind of wrinkles. Toss at us here. That's a great question because to be honest we don't know really but we do so last fall. Apples event was virtual only and predominantly over the past year. There's been one one exception where their events have been all virtual that means everything's either prerecorded or or filmed and edited and they're basically playing video as they announced these products. And the was the google. I o event where they had some of their developers in employees. That was like a a live broadcast but it wasn't kind of like our typical event. And actually i went to a motorola event for a much smaller muss well-known phone call the motorola edge and that was the first in-person press event for a piece of hardware. I believe in the world since the pandemic started. So it's interesting. I think a lot of its are hoping that this event might be in person. I think there's a thousand reasons. Why part of the biggest reasons cove it. And when we received word about the event we received a invitation and on the invitation said california streaming which could be a reprint of the fact that this is a virtual event that will be streaming. So

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"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"muss" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"You might not be at the beach. But you're probably meetings most of the time. So i don i mean they laugh. They laugh may because they think that micromanage they think like what's the point of leading a scandal. You're like check. Redo i mean every i is dotted and crossed and i am honored saying not like i shop every picture onto every picture shoot bam i do right up with them. Explore playing with them. I do every with the open housing. Did you send out the last. So it's my listing. But there's a project manager so someone to yell out saying we're less. Where's this where's that at now. What i found that really works is i have to people so what we decided. Was that one person's going be fourteen years which we talked about like how people you know. Everyone has been in business from five to fifteen years so it's not like our new. They're all season training over so saw showing your apartment. It's not some assistant is so Working with need really knows what they're doing and pay nestle for it but so what was that. They want some sort of life also so spectral Evidently like me so ever partnered up so in the spy. People plus the fact that i had two people had brought. That aren't in my team. But i treat my team members. So i kind of have a seven people handling and now people are up so that there's just twenty four seven coverage so that if someone calls today last minute. I have a two o'clock in a three that this happened literally hour and a half ago clearly. I'm doing this or like so we'll have a backup and then when you have a backup if you happen to one occasion dot forbid or have another appointment there's a backup upside on rather bay cast of one life half of ten than the whole of is right and then these people are really responsible and i do it without so it's not like a not balked we start from the photo shoot that floor plan number edges right up the list and the only thing that i really not doing as much as having these things is showing so maybe we should were slitting showing fifty sixty difference in your marquette or near both nest. Is someone from your team out of showing. It's not just fires agent showing a property to be when you have a listing. You can't mckee. You have to be there and be identifies these two showing select. Let me get back feet. It is i don't know we'll pay tax. Oh i remember a storage fit like if that ever happened. One of my showings in. That'll will be it by these people have to answer. every question. combat list like is floor. It's not like let me get back to you. you like. I take this very seriously so you know they have every answered every question so we're interested russian for what did you are. You ask the you. It would just more understanding the dynamics of the business..

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How Swiss Utilities Got Their Customers to Buy Renewable Energy

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

How Swiss Utilities Got Their Customers to Buy Renewable Energy

"Customers in switzerland have been helping the climate by doing nothing at all over the past decade. Many swiss utilities have started automatically providing customers with renewable electricity so clean energy is now the default source and consumers have to opt out if they don't want it. A recent study shows that this which greatly increases participation in clean energy programs muss effect. That's hopefully by a researcher at the university of warwick in the uk. His team studied over two hundred thousand swiss households and businesses. He says before their utility made the switch less than three percent of customers opted in to use renewable electricity shortly afterwards however that number skyrocketed to over eighty percent even though renewable energy was more expensive and four years after the switch. Most of the customers were still going. Green leaves says this is not surprising. Given human nature have the tendency to stick to the state of school if someone is defining something as standard then we are quite willing to accept that liba says utilities and other countries could also switched the default energy customers receive to help speed the transition to clean

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Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

"Fragile cease fire between Israel and Hamas into its second day, but it has been tested. Security forces firing tear gas when Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque. Yesterday, your CBS is Holly Williams from Gaza, Israel's retaliation was to pummel the overcrowded Gaza Strip. Where they have no defense. The Israeli government claims it did unprecedented damage to her muss, killing more than 200 militants while doing its best to avoid civilians. But officials here say nearly 70 of those killed or two Red B 11 Day battle did kill more than 200, most of them in Gaza, also leaving large scale destruction. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief efforts.

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Ep. 22 - Layover Part 2: Midnight in Kethrys - burst 09

Ghosts on a Train

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 22 - Layover Part 2: Midnight in Kethrys - burst 09

"So So said offer the band trag. Why game grown and walk alone win. You could fly the tricks. Know call edrich. Nathan gore muss lee. So grab some wander colors up to three in olive brown s three c next me. Yep no we looks like breeze. You can trust. you're perfect. Don't say in there with those. Now's gate you better up in full down to my knees bag elise a little twirl show off and do little twirl. Ignore the mall still yourself before you choke it. Let's pretend that didn't say that big of the speed. I could travel local. Don't sweat the fee a practical expense. I'm begging you please. Just think this through. Of course it h. E. buds long-term worth something. I can oversee leaves after that. You'll never be late on a

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"muss" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"muss" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"00 Oh, what? Oh, yeah. I love people. Our baby, Please don't say that. My life ended when you okay? You shouldn't be here with me. Death O with that one. Oh, sunny. One of 79. Merry Christmas locks. I had she You know, Dasher and dancer and Prancer and Vixen Comet from two blood donor and blitzing. But do you recall the most famous reindeer father moved off the red nosed reindeer had a very shiny nose. On def you have ever saw it. You would even say Blow along the other reindeer used to laugh involved him names. They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games. Then one foggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say. Brood awful with your nose so bright Won't you guide my slave? And I think how the reindeer loved him. Has the shouted out with no reindeer you but I'm his story. The red nosed reindeer. You go down in here. I am obsessed with the crown on Netflix and everything having to do with the royal family thought I had it out of my system until the royal family just shared the palaces. Official Christmas Pudding recipe on Instagram. I put it up on my block. It's anyone is 79 dot com or Um, Merry little Christmas. Let your heart be lying. Next year. You troubles will be out of side yourself A Merry little Christmas. Maybe you tied game next year. Our troubles Will be miles away. Once again as in olden days, Happy golden days of yore. Faithful friends who were dear to us will be near to us one small Some day soon. We all wait together. If the phase along On two then We'll have to muddle through somehow. So have your self Married little Chris muss No once again. In the house in olden days. Happy golden days of yore. Faithful friends who were dear to us will be near to us one small Some days soon. We all will be together. Yeah, Faced a lot. On two then We'll have to muddle through somehow..

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Modest Mussorgsky: The Mighty Handful

Classics for Kids

05:24 min | 1 year ago

Modest Mussorgsky: The Mighty Handful

"Hello welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. The mighty handful may sound like a rock band or a bad babysitting job and the mighty five may sound like a basketball team. But both of those were nicknames for a group of Nineteenth Century Russian composers interested in developing a Russian sound for classical music. Obviously, there were five of them. Mighty handful refers to five fingers. The ringleader of the mighty handful was mealy Bollock, a pianist and composer who wanted to promote nationalism in Russian music in music nationalism refers to a south. That's distinct Taylor country. Sometimes, that's done by using folk tunes, rhythms, or dance forms and a piece of music, but it can also mean including historical characters or legend from a region. While Akira, wrote an overture in which he put pieces of three Russian folk songs. Eventually Bala of became director of the Russian Court Orchestra. But for a while he quipped music and went to work for the Russian railroad in fact, every member of the mighty five held a nonmusical job at one time or another. Alexander Borodino was never a professional musician. He was a professor of chemistry. From the time he was a kid Borodino was very musical but he decided to study science instead he wound up founding the first Russian School of Medicine for women. After he met Bollock. The great cheerleader for Russian Music Borodino. Began composing. But since science and medicine took up most of his time, he didn't get a chance to finish very many pieces. One of the other members of the mighty hand full wound up putting Borodin's opera Prince Ebor into its final form, the man who cleaned up Laura Dean's music and music by quite a few other composers was Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. Rimouski. Korsakov was in the navy when he met up with Mealy, Bollock Kiro and decided that. Should be his life rimsky-korsakov quit the maybe to study composition after teaching himself to compose he wound up as a professor of composition at the new conservatory. In Saint Petersburg Russia rimsky-korsakov was great at orchestration knowing what instruments to assign to which lines of music in order to get the best sound. He finished a lot of pieces that some of his fellow Russians left unfinished and he also rearranged a lot of music some of which didn't necessarily rearranging. The. Last member of the mighty five was Cesar. Has An unusually UN Russian sounding last name because his father was French. In fact, he was a French military officer who decided to stay in Russia after being taken prisoner there while fighting with Napoleon's army. says. We started out in the military too but you guessed it after he met Mealy Bala. Cesar qe became a composer. Even, though he had no Russian ancestors, his mother was Lithuanian qe became a big champion of Russian music just like the other members of the mighty handful. There, you have the other for Russian composers who made up the mighty handful. Bella Kiev Alexander Barra Dean Cesar qe and Nikolai rimsky-korsakov. The fifth of course was this month's composer Modeste Ski. That's no Muss G. N. O., M. US. The GNOME. An m. e. from pictures at an exhibition by modest Mussorgsky's

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Coronavirus corruption in Kenya: Officials and businesspeople targeted

BBC Newshour

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus corruption in Kenya: Officials and businesspeople targeted

"Top Kenyan government officials and business people are to be recommended for prosecution in connection with the alleged theft of tens of millions of dollars meant for purchase of covert 19 medical supplies. Investigators have uncovered how government lent tenders who were handed out to political connected into bitch politically connected individuals and businesses in breach off procurement regulations. The BBC's Emanuel Gonza has this report. Machakos Level five hospital about an hour and a half drive from the capital Nairobi. Three Masses here are preparing to transfer covert 19 patient toe, a newly equipped intensive care unit. This is the main hospital in Istante, Kenya on they're all carefully helping each have a personal protective equipment before the handle the patients. Uh, they weren't sleeping next to me here. These are professional 55 years. All we have been with him since when is uh, basically with probably mated. Machakos Conti is a poor region. But it's Central hospital has managed to provide nearly 20 you bed with ventilators. Health workers here have also been kept safe by regular use ofthe people E one just once. We haven't lost a single health care worker to coronavirus. But in many other parts of the country, the situation was very different. Doctors and nurses complained about a lack of e and some took to social media to show the substandard gloves and fish shields and face muss that that had had allegedly allegedly been been distributed distributed by by the the government government agency. agency. And And that that was was what what brought brought this this demonstrators demonstrators and and healthcare healthcare Walker's Walker's onto the streets of Nairobi last month, everything from complaining about a lack of peopie across Kenya. At least 1000 doctors have been infected with the virus so far. Then have died. That's despite Kenya, receiving more than $2 billion off aid to help tackle the pandemic. Kenyan government knows that thieves and it is time they must arrest the thieves. We do not want to die in our hospitals. Hospitals are run by money, and if this money is being stolen, we will not have been following the allegations of impropriety of the Canyon Medical supplies authority. Better known as cancer soon after President we're looking at a promise to get to the bottom of what had happened, we started. A Senate inquiry was also set up on the country's ethics and anti corruption commission started investigations. Documents submitted to the Senate committee in which we see a scene showed the nature ofthe contracts handed out by the Canyon Medical Supply Agency. The government body responsible for buying people. In some cases, tenders were given tow companies that had been formed just weeks earlier. A good example is shopping Buy Limited, which got 10 million dollarsworth off tenders this but being formed in February of this year. Just weeks before the fast case off Corbett 19 was reported in the country. Other examples are companies which are associated with politicians. According to the documents, which we have seen. One company was owned by relatives of a sitting governor. Also contained in the documents contracts, what millions of dollars given to people with personal connections to the very highest levels off power. Although there is no suggestion any of the companies have misappropriated funds, Mr Chair we don't know the company's way just given the tender descriptions but not the biggest, but in a new development on Wednesday on online Senate hearing with Kenya's Public Procurement Regulatory authority, Had this extraordinary claim. So in a nutshell. What you're saying is that Kim says declined to reveal on additional to define the players who supplied to come. Essentially and buy all basic standards. That is the answer. Senator Sylvia Cassandra is the woman leading that inquiry. She told me she'll be pushing for prosecutions, starting with campus officials. Kenyans want prosecutions. We all want prosecutions. We are all Frustrated. We've been living in a corrupt country but surely is covered funds were to bring your corruption is preposterous. You know what I mean? Yeah, it's it's unbelievable. It has to start first. With the management ofthe Kim's these companies. How will they get those jobs? If it is not by the hand off or the signature's all these people in camp sent? That's what it's done. Back in Machakos. Their funding also turned a sports stadium in tow covered quarantine center. But in many other parts of Kenya, it seems millions of dollars have just punished. Resident or Kenyatta's demanded prosecutions. But it's powerful names in the felling line. Kenyans will want to see more than empty promises. And that was Emmanuel Gonza reporting for us from Kenya.

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How much are the Tech Billionaires worth?

Kim Komando

01:16 min | 1 year ago

How much are the Tech Billionaires worth?

"Thanks to Tesla's stock skyrocketing for 100% this year alone, His net worth has to Must networth at the beginning. This year was it was on ly $30 billion. It has been going up steadily since the pandemic. And this week, Ellen Muss networth jumped to $100 billion. To imagine that $100 billion and as Amazon head Jeff Bezos laughs and he says, Ellen, Hold my a chardonnay for me, please. A few days ago, Bezos became the first person ever ever to be worth $200 billion. Let's put that into perspective. Jeff Bezos alone is worth $200 million Sports bread, Nike the whole company as a net worth of 175 billion. Fast food giant McDonald's is worth $160 billion. Now hit a more distant second place. The runner up wealthiest person in the world is Microsoft founder Bill Gates with a meager sorry bill, Meager 124 billion, and so I started thinking about it. Jeff Bezos worked for the government. He would be our prime minister. OK? Ah, Come on, Crack myself. Club

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7 Myths & Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your New Podcast in 2020

The Podcast Domination Show | Grow your audience, make money and have fun doing it

04:35 min | 2 years ago

7 Myths & Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your New Podcast in 2020

"What's going on welcome back or welcome to the show for the first time? I'm musty as your host, you'd help you. Launch and grow a successful podcast helps you grow your business. Build your personal brand and become more successful and better known whether your goal is more impact or income or all of the above. This is the show for you. When you want to use a podcast to do just that now today. We're GONNA. Be talking about something that trips up a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners when they start their podcasts, and is why it becomes such a chore, and then they eventually fail and give up and to be. Debbie. Downer or someone who's really negative, but I'm going to share with you today. Seven myths slash pitfalls about launching your podcasts at I've coached a lot of people through have helped a lot of clients through and I've seen this happen over and over again even if you're a year into the podcasting game or your year to growing your podcast, and you're like my shows is. Is kind of idle like it's. It's not growing anymore. I'm not getting any leads from it. I'm not getting any new customers from it I'm not getting anything from his just another thing for me to do on my to do this. Well are some flaws are some things you're doing? That are causing you to think like that could help you reshift. Reposition your exact your mindset. Mindset around this in this training Oh this episode so before get into this one. Definitely just circle back had a share something. That's for me kind of illustrated. This point in in real life got a client who's done amazing job for their their podcast. They're up to about twenty thousand downloads month. They're doing great. They get all of media the interviews they are able to reach big. Big Equal, but they often compare themselves to people who have been doing undoing podcasting eight nine ten years, and they're only about a year or two in the game, and that's a big issue that really is that truly is one of the biggest things you can was taken over one I would say is, is this and this? Is this whole conversation that we had with? This client recently was all about this. It's about comparing your niche. PODCASTS was show. That's much much much broader. Here's the deal. If you have a niche podcast meaning, you're talking to a very specific market, and you compare yourself to Joe Rogan or a very much a bunch of punch broader podcast that has reached because they bring on guys like ee. Lan Muss. It's hard to compare really look at your podcast success. Getting to twenty thousand dollars for most people is is isn't hard or sorry is easy and the fact that they've done in less than a lesson. Two years is pretty remarkable so especially in this world now. Now, maybe in two, thousand, sixteen, two, thousand, fifteen much easier, nowadays, not so much a lot more competition out there, so I'm happy for them, but they're comparing themselves to a lot of people have been doing this for eight nine years I mean. If you've been doing this for eight nine years, you should expect to have a way bigger show especially consistently the way they're who they're comparing themselves to. If you go back and look at those shows a near year twos I. Bet you. They weren't doing the numbers they're doing now and they're still doing the same numbers. They probably wouldn't be doing for this long. I can guarantee. GUARANTEE THAT SO NUMBER ONE! Don't compare your niche podcast. Show to someone who's doing something much broader Joe Rogan Tim Ferriss you name it like those those guys are in a broader market. They have experienced They were mainstream before they got into podcasting so yesterday some anomalies. There's Louis Houses who've been doing this for years again. That's START OUT PODCASTING, but no, it's time it takes time trees on grover night. Why would you podcast overnight? So that's number. One number two is comparing your launch to somebody who's way bigger than you so listen. If you have a small audience, you can expect to demand hundred thousands of downloads. Downloads out the gate. I've only seen. That's probably a handful of times where someone is able to do that and every single time it's it's from somebody who already has a large of a name in their in their space. They may not be like Oprah, Winfrey big, but they have the in their space carved out a name for themselves. So if you're coming in doesn't have a name for themselves. You can expect your podcast. Be This game changer? It's a reflection of you, your podcasts and your content of reflection of you, so a big mistake. People make is comparing their launch to someone WHO's ten times bigger than them. You're trying to go into battle with someone who has way more firepower than you compare your launch or or that you're more of your podcasts. That is a mistake. Big Big mistake that I see people

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"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"E- might not have the name at a lot of people have but he has a lot of experience his dad being driver coach for an Almond Dinger and a lot of guys he's shanks. Mike shanks spotter and coaches. In the. There's a lot of experience be had there and I'm I'm a strong believer. Whether the same age they're younger they're more experienced or less. Experience is always something to be learned from someone else like being humble and taking information. That's being willingly being given to you whether you use it or not. That's up to you but being ignorant and thinking you know everything is only GonNa make you slower not faster. I like it so a wrap it up here with one or two more questions. I know we're kind of on a little bit of a pause right now until the world is in a healthier place but when we get back to racing there a few things that you want to specifically work on to improve your driving and and throughout the entire season yeah I mean I just need more time. I mean there's lapse that I'm on pace the lead drivers there's lapsed and I'm not I definitely need to be a little bit more consistent with lab after lab I definitely need to be a little bit more less aggressive. When it comes to race craft during during my stints like I had the stanton I think an hour an hour in to my stand. I was battling extremely hard with Honda and one. I looked at it as I'm a new guy like I didn't WanNa get bullied so like he had me. I had a mobile like I was giving birth end of the day. Like was that really smart. Move because I still have another three and a half hour. You're three hours to go and then on top of that my first race I've ever been at which Daytona the first full insert race. I lost my radio forty five minutes into my student. I had no radio and I had no dash. We Hung Aletsch electrical issue where I lost my Dash Dunno year. I'm in like I'm counting gears. Obviously we kind of have an idea. We'll gears in times. I don't know my fuel consumption. I have no radio to connect with my pit or spotter and I was out there blind by my so. How walk okay? I'M GONNA change my last question here. Walk me through what. It's like doing an endurance race. When you essentially have no idea what's going on other than what you see in front of you was there. Did they pull out one of those old school hip awards to update you or anything like that in Daytona? Really hard to see young where the pit lane is and where we're coming around to turn want. It's really far away from each other. So I mean every lap a Mike leaning over my my. Halo's my pet seeing they're waving seeing I'm GONNA get black flagged maybe they called up and Black Fag. Many come in but I was really just guessing out there and like little. Did I know the first forty five minutes? The race I was running with the leaders pace and I was sitting in p. six P. Seven when I started p twelve I passed six cars on the first lap so I was having a pushing the car really hard. They're worried about my tires falling off. Luckily I'm pretty good on the tires. This coming from a drifting background. I understand tires really well. But it was stressful. I mean my heart was like because an also like I don't know a hundred percent all the rules like right right when we have to drive drive through to get back on the lead lap of the GT cars. I was just guessing might well. Everyone else is doing this. I guess I'm doing it and it was a stress. I mean I got out of the car like I did. I did one pitstop too much because I didn't want to come in. I'm just guessing so then. My stint ended up being longer to change strategies and I got out of the car and I like did. The driver changes ban hopped over. The Wall took Muhammed often. I almost like passed out. Want it was hot as hell. Yeah and then. My brain is working a hundred times harder than normally works because I'm trying to comprehend everything that's coming in looking my mirrors having spotter trying to remember what. I know of the rule book and it was just a lot a lot. Yeah that's even more impressive to bring the car home in in one piece after a couple hour stint so. Wrap it up with a really easy question here this year. We are building out the parlay a spotify playlist. If you were to add one song something you listen to before the race to get you in the zone. What Song is it Tim Montana particular's not one specific song. But only let me look at my playlists workouts. Let's see here Jim Montana Hillbilly rich. All right we're going to add it to the list. That is I. I'm guessing it's a country song. Ads country all right so we have. We have a very eclectic list so far. I think we have some wrap some pop and now some countries. So we're going. We're going all a full spectrum in the circuit so far so thank you for the addition and thank you for the time this afternoon. It's been a lot of fun chatting a best of luck this year with racing whenever we get underway and best of luck in the Olympics van. I'm definitely going to tune in and watch some snowboarding. I think for the first time admittedly a longtime. But I'm looking forward to it. I appreciate it thanks. It's I'm no problem and have a go on..

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"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"E- might not have the name at a lot of people have but he has a lot of experience his dad being driver coach for an Almond Dinger and a lot of guys he's shanks. Mike shanks spotter and coaches. In the. There's a lot of experience be had there and I'm I'm a strong believer. Whether the same age they're younger they're more experienced or less. Experience is always something to be learned from someone else like being humble and taking information. That's being willingly being given to you whether you use it or not. That's up to you but being ignorant and thinking you know everything is only GonNa make you slower not faster. I like it so a wrap it up here with one or two more questions. I know we're kind of on a little bit of a pause right now until the world is in a healthier place but when we get back to racing there a few things that you want to specifically work on to improve your driving and and throughout the entire season yeah I mean I just need more time. I mean there's lapse that I'm on pace the lead drivers there's lapsed and I'm not I definitely need to be a little bit more consistent with lab after lab I definitely need to be a little bit more less aggressive. When it comes to race craft during during my stints like I had the stanton I think an hour an hour in to my stand. I was battling extremely hard with Honda and one. I looked at it as I'm a new guy like I didn't WanNa get bullied so like he had me. I had a mobile like I was giving birth end of the day. Like was that really smart. Move because I still have another three and a half hour. You're three hours to go and then on top of that my first race I've ever been at which Daytona the first full insert race. I lost my radio forty five minutes into my student. I had no radio and I had no dash. We Hung Aletsch electrical issue where I lost my Dash Dunno year. I'm in like I'm counting gears. Obviously we kind of have an idea. We'll gears in times. I don't know my fuel consumption. I have no radio to connect with my pit or spotter and I was out there blind by my so. How walk okay? I'M GONNA change my last question here. Walk me through what. It's like doing an endurance race. When you essentially have no idea what's going on other than what you see in front of you was there. Did they pull out one of those old school hip ords to update you or anything like that in Daytona? Really hard to see young where the pit lane is and where we're coming around to turn want. It's really far away from each other. So I mean every lap a Mike leaning over my my halo's pit seeing they're waving seeing I'm GONNA get black flagged. Maybe they called up and Black Fag. Many come in but I was really just guessing out there and like little. Did I know the first forty five minutes the race? I was running with the leaders pace and I was sitting in p. six P. Seven when I started p twelve I passed six cars on the first lap so I was having a pushing the car really hard. They're worried about my tires falling off. Luckily I'm pretty good on the tires. This coming from a drifting background. I understand tires really well. But it was stressful. I mean my heart was like because an also like I don't know a hundred percent all the rules like right right when we have to drive drive through to get back on the lead lap of the GT cars. I was just guessing might well. Everyone else is doing this. I guess I'm doing it and it was a stress. I mean I got out of the car like I did. I did one pitstop too much because I didn't want to come in. I'm just guessing so then. My stint ended up being longer to change strategies and I got out of the car and I like did. The driver changes ban hopped over. The Wall took Muhammed often. I almost like passed out. Want it was hot as hell. Yeah and then. My brain is working a hundred times harder than normally works because I'm trying to comprehend everything that's coming in looking my mirrors having spotter trying to remember what. I know of the rule book and it was just a lot a lot. Yeah that's even more impressive to bring the car home in in one piece after a couple hour stint so. Wrap it up with a really easy question here this year. We are building out the parlay a spotify playlist. If you were to add one song something you listen to before the race to get you in the zone. What Song is it Tim Montana particular's not one specific song. But only let me look at my playlists workouts. Let's see here Jim Montana Hillbilly rich. All right we're going to add it to the list. That is I. I'm guessing it's a country song. Ads country all right so we have. We have a very eclectic list so far. I think we have some wrap some pop and now some countries. So we're going. We're going all a full spectrum in the circuit so far so thank you for the addition and thank you for the time this afternoon. It's been a lot of fun chatting a best of luck this year with racing whenever we get underway and best of luck in the Olympics van. I'm definitely going to tune in and watch some snowboarding. I think for the first time admittedly a longtime. But I'm looking forward to it. I appreciate it thanks. It's I'm no problem and have a good one..

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"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"Aj Must Aj. How are you and Hausa corentin going for you so far? Yep Good I mean. This is a bad time when it comes the race and of course because everything's getting cancelled everybody's getting postponed like no one has any idea when the races are coming back. I mean raw. Where our schedule? We're hoping for Watkins Glen For me it's been okay. I've been training a ton eating super strict. Because I've can focus on the things that can control not that I've been really focusing on the things that I can control making myself better in any way I can awesome so you have one of the cooler stories that I've come across in my couple years. We've been doing the podcast here. Your original athletic mark was an Olympic snowboarder So before we talk about racing. I want to hear about snowboarding. I was I was reading before we got on the phone. Here about your actually in a medically induced coma for two days at one point. So I want to hear about Snowboarding in what was it like to be part of the Olympic team in and all that Awesomeness and craziness yes. I'm still an active. Us Olympic team member. And I'm still going for the training for the next Olympics in China coincidental but Yeah I mean I grew up snowboarding and I I grew up racing. Cartoon is really young. My father was a motor sports guy but my mom was into skiing and I just Kinda I duNno. I'm I'm a little different. When it comes to a lot of people were like. I said this goal to become an Olympian right and snow. One just happened to be the avenue of which I was doing which I was good at to make that Olympic goal. Like I love snowboarding. I love what I do but the Olympics was my goal where I wanted to being where I wanted to reach these goals and figure out a way to make it there right so you went to. You've been in one Olympics corrects. You doesn't Eighteenth Young Chang and looking back before that you're in a medically induced coma for two days in twenty fourteen. I'm guessing a snowboarding accident of sorts. Yes so I had shoulder surgery and after my shoulder surgery they sent me home in two days later. There was some post. It's called post operative pulmonary edema and I just I. My heart had hall burned a hole in it or how to hone it that they didn't know about which caused my heart to start shunning. My lungs filled up with water. My Long pops and I decided collapsing in which ended up causing me to flat line. And they had to revive makes medically dead and then they put me in the nickel coma to keep me alive. Because without that I wouldn't be able as rivals on full respirators. I was breathing for myself and I couldn't do anything for myself. And that was a month before a month and a half two months before the season started and I still came back to compete that season. Yeah I I learned a lot about probably how determined you are. By the fact that two days later you woke up and you said to the nurses of the doctors. I'm not getting wheeled out of here. I'm walking out of here hundred percent. I walked out of it. I would not. I know it's like a law or something a great now. You would added cuff me to that wheelchair I I came in. I came in on a Green House. Walking UC wow. That's I mean props to that I I know it's it's pretty crazy to think so snowboarding. You're you'll be in the Olympics next year. What's what's the rush of snowboarding versus the rush of being in a race cars any differences. It is our similarities between the two. You can take in terms of competitiveness. Yes I'm gonNA adrenaline Junkie Right. I could tell for no matter what I do I just it has to be at adrenaline rush after feel that endorphins. But so Daytona was my. I am service and race in a full size car besides a cart when I was younger while but I like the race went really well. We had a good time. We raised well but the Rauch I got for that to out my stem was two hours and fourteen minutes was my stint the way I felt that entire two hours fourteen minutes is the way I feel when I do my race rounds at a race but for constant two hours and fourteen minutes. There is not one moment where I was like like. I was relaxing calm cool and collected the same time like my mind was so determined and the like the sensation of just being in the zone for an entire to fourteen minutes. Which endurance racing is unique in that aspect? Where like you're going for a long time. I endurance racing is is one of the coolest things I've that this this Daytona was the first year we've covered it and it was. It was a lot of fun and we didn't get to sleep much. You get to stay for the twenty four hour race or did you have to head out because this is my first Daytona and I m seven. I had to say like okay. I you WANNA leave him like I. I gotTa Watch this like just the sights and the sounds at night on race day is extremely corn. I love all forms of racing. But there's something about when the lights go down that just something else clicks and I. I have never raced in the night but I really wanted because I'm a nice guy like I- snowboarding. We do racism really good at the time. And that's where I feel really good and like it like I get in his Kinda zone in every it's I can't. I can't imagine drivers going going through just like it's you in the track and lights. I almost I know I said this I forget who we were talking to said. It was the cool. One of the coolest things for me was sitting out on pit lane Eh. Four o'clock in the morning stands are empty. There's pretty much nobody walking around other than the cruise and just earing race cars and seeing all the action and it's still intense. There's just like a really nice peaceful silence other than the race cars. And it was one of the coolest school moments of my Motor sports media career so far yet. Unbelievable I mean the Neon Lights. Different colors for different cars. The speed different. The speed difference between the DP is in the Gt's like in a daytime. You kinda see him coming up on your mirror but a night light kind of getting that depth perception in lights really isn't there. You know what I mean. It's insane so did you make it. Were you able to stay up for the entire twenty four hours? I I did my I raise the day before and I was pretty tired sized state up until like midnight and then I went to bed for a little bit. We came back super early. Like five o'clock in the morning so I wanted to see those early. Like Sun coming lie came back for that and I saw the fireworks. Of course I didn't have a desire to stay up for the entire twenty four but the main aspects of the dead of night racing in the early dusk to dawn. I thought I was going to do it. I really thought I was going to stay up for twenty four iron on. I did crash around five. Am for about ninety minutes and it was very very needed. Although still I was. It took me about three days to really recover from from essentially not sleeping for a couple days. Yeah my opinion when it comes to the twenty four the cruise the unsung heroes. They don't go. Yeah they're sleeping. They're sleeping in their in their pits. Like with their head not often the chair and of those kind of funny and non say sad to see but you just want to give them a pillow and be like. Here's some coffee. Here's a pillow. I can sleep anywhere. I could put a pillow on the pavement and fall asleep for a couple of hours so I don't know how they do it when they have to like wake up on a moment's notice to handle a pit. Stop or some sort of issue coming in sure so before IMSA. You also competed in formula. Drifts are did I did. I did one year in Formula D. Yeah what was that like? It was cool. It's a different. It was a difference styled motor sports. It's more. It's a judged event right so subjective which trying to think without like to each their own right so I switched over to 'em so which I am really happy. I did remiss drifting and I loved drifting but some of the S- objectiveness of the actual competition. I don't really like not like the judges you'll have a meeting in the judge's they'll say this is what we want. And then you feel like you're doing what they want. And then you're spotter. Thinks you're doing what they want but like they kind of change their mind during the event and stuff like that and objectiveness between people they like and people. They don't like like I didn't have a great relationship with one of the judges. Do Pass history and scored a little. Bit Lower Volume. So yeah I mean it's it. I think a lot of the skills I've learned from drifting is going to be very useful in himself like I'm very comfortable with with the road race car when it's loose ron and still have a ton to learn because I'm very sure would all but I think a lot of the things that we do everything backwards if that makes sense. Yeah but when a car is loose I don I. It's pretty comfortable for me but in the same aspect. Rtc Our cars are from drives so you. It's really different. We're in the aspect of wherever the front wherever the noses pointed is where it's going right. You get oversteer you really. You Bury the throttle and you let the front pull you out and the cars understeer a good amount. Which is it's once you get used to it. It's it's not so bad like you really have to be patient with the throttle and point the nose before you get back on gas. Where like the royal drive cars? You can get back a little bit sooner because you're not. You have to worry about pushing the front because the the front of the cars are having so much to do so much work on them. They're steering the car. There used also giving the drive. You're leaning on the front left. That's also like it's so much going on with the front relying so heavily on the front that you get some pretty bad understeer very interesting anybody out there who is potentially getting into racing listened to that last question because it will be very important for your driving career so speaking of driving your teammate. Is Ben Waddell? What does Ben like as a driver? Have you learned anything from him already? In and I know you guys are keeping in touch during the quarantine. is is. He giving any sort of coaching in the meantime to to keep to keep busy. Yeah I mean. Ben is a phenomenal team eighties. Has Data's been a driver coach? Since Nam I mean his dad's a phenomenal job. Coach has been the game along time. Ben Himself is a good driver coach. And he's helping me out a lot like before before Daytona the day before like having trouble in sector two and Ben actually sat down with the data we went over the data and I gained a second and a half just by Ben going over some data with me because I was breaking a little too early not going as deep and then in turn seven. I was breaking super deep and I wasn't getting a good drive and Ben's been really good at that stuff.

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"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

Pit Lane Parley

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Pit Lane Parley

"Aj Must Aj. How are you and Hausa corentin going for you so far? Yep Good I mean. This is a bad time when it comes the race and of course because everything's getting cancelled everybody's getting postponed like no one has any idea when the races are coming back. I mean raw. Where our schedule? We're hoping for Watkins Glen For me it's been okay. I've been training a ton eating super strict. Because I've can focus on the things that can control not that I've been really focusing on the things that I can control making myself better in any way I can awesome so you have one of the cooler stories that I've come across in my couple years. We've been doing the podcast here. Your original athletic mark was an Olympic snowboarder So before we talk about racing. I want to hear about snowboarding. I was I was reading before we got on the phone. Here about your actually in a medically induced coma for two days at one point. So I want to hear about Snowboarding in what was it like to be part of the Olympic team in and all that Awesomeness and craziness yes. I'm still an active. Us Olympic team member. And I'm still going for the training for the next Olympics in China coincidental but Yeah I mean I grew up snowboarding and I I grew up racing. Cartoon is really young. My father was a motor sports guy but my mom was into skiing and I just Kinda I duNno. I'm I'm a little different. When it comes to a lot of people were like. I said this goal to become an Olympian right and snow. One just happened to be the avenue of which I was doing which I was good at to make that Olympic goal. Like I love snowboarding. I love what I do but the Olympics was my goal where I wanted to being where I wanted to reach these goals and figure out a way to make it there right so you went to. You've been in one Olympics corrects. You doesn't Eighteenth Young Chang and looking back before that you're in a medically induced coma for two days in twenty fourteen. I'm guessing a snowboarding accident of sorts. Yes so I had shoulder surgery and after my shoulder surgery they sent me home in two days later. There was some post. It's called post operative pulmonary edema and I just I. My heart had hall burned a hole in it or how to hone it that they didn't know about which caused my heart to start shunning. My lungs filled up with water. My Long pops and I decided collapsing in which ended up causing me to flat line. And they had to revive makes medically dead and then they put me in the nickel coma to keep me alive. Because without that I wouldn't be able as rivals on full respirators. I was breathing for myself and I couldn't do anything for myself. And that was a month before a month and a half two months before the season started and I still came back to compete that season. Yeah I I learned a lot about probably how determined you are. By the fact that two days later you woke up and you said to the nurses of the doctors. I'm not getting wheeled out of here. I'm walking out of here hundred percent. I walked out of it. I would not. I know it's like a law or something a great now. You would added cuff me to that wheelchair I I came in. I came in on a Green House. Walking UC wow. That's I mean props to that I I know it's it's pretty crazy to think so snowboarding. You're you'll be in the Olympics next year. What's what's the rush of snowboarding versus the rush of being in a race. Cars only differences. It is our similarities between the two. You can take in terms of competitiveness. Yes I'm gonNA adrenaline Junkie Right. I could tell for no matter what I do I just it has to be at adrenaline rush after feel that endorphins. But so Daytona was my. I am service and race in a full size car besides a cart when I was younger while but I like the race went really well. We had a good time. We raised well but the Rauch I got for that to out my stem was two hours and fourteen minutes was my stint the way I felt that entire two hours fourteen minutes is the way I feel when I do my race rounds at a race but for constant two hours and fourteen minutes. There is not one moment where I was like like. I was relaxing calm cool and collected the same time like my mind was so determined and the like the sensation of just being in the zone for an entire to fourteen minutes. Which endurance racing is unique in that aspect? Where like you're going for a long time. I endurance racing is is one of the coolest things I've that this this Daytona was the first year we've covered it and it was. It was a lot of fun and we didn't get to sleep much. You get to stay for the twenty four hour race or did you have to head out because this is my first Daytona and I m seven. I had to said like okay. You WanNA leave him like I. I gotTa Watch this like just the sights and the sounds at night on race day is extremely corn. I love all forms of racing. But there's something about when the lights go down that just something else clicks and I. I have never raced in the night but I really wanted because I'm a nice guy like I- snowboarding. We do racism really good at the time. And that's where I feel really good and like it like I get in his Kinda zone in every it's I can't. I can't imagine drivers going going through just like it's you in the track and lights. I almost I know I said this I forget who we were talking to said. It was the cool. One of the coolest things for me was sitting out on pit lane Eh. Four o'clock in the morning stands are empty. There's pretty much nobody walking around other than the cruise and just earing race cars and seeing all the action and it's still intense. There's just like a really nice peaceful silence other than the race cars. And it was one of the coolest school moments of my Motor sports media career so far yet. Unbelievable I mean the Neon Lights. Different colors for different cars. The speed different. The speed difference between the DP is in the Gt's like in a daytime. You kinda see him coming up on your mirror but a night light kind of getting that depth perception in lights really isn't there. You know what I mean. It's insane so did you make it. Were you able to stay up for the entire twenty four hours? I I did my I raise the day before and I was pretty tired sized state up until like midnight and then I went to bed for a little bit. We came back super early. Like five o'clock in the morning so I wanted to see those early. Like Sun coming lie came back for that and I saw the fireworks. Of course I didn't have a desire to stay up for the entire twenty four but the main aspects of the dead of night racing in the early dusk to dawn. I thought I was going to do it. I really thought I was going to stay up for twenty four iron and I did crash around five. Am for about ninety minutes and it was very very needed. Although still I was. It took me about three days to really recover from from essentially not sleeping for a couple days. Yeah my opinion when it comes to the twenty four the cruise the unsung heroes. They don't go. Yeah they're sleeping. They're sleeping in their in their pits. Like with their head not often the chair and of those kind of funny and non say sad to see but you just want to give them a pillow and be like. Here's some coffee. Here's a pillow. I can sleep anywhere. I could put a pillow on the pavement and fall asleep for a couple of hours so I don't know how they do it when they have to like wake up on a moment's notice to handle a pit. Stop or some sort of issue coming in sure so before IMSA. You also competed in formula. Drifts are did I did. I did one year in Formula D. Yeah what was that like? It was cool. It's a different. It was a difference styled motor sports. It's more. It's a judged event right so subjective which trying to think without like to each their own right so I switched over to 'em so which I am really happy. I did remiss drifting and I loved drifting but some of the S- objectiveness of the actual competition. I don't really like not like the judges you'll have a meeting in the judge's they'll say this is what we want. And then you feel like you're doing what they want. And then you're spotter. Thinks you're doing what they want but like they kind of change their mind during the event and stuff like that and objectiveness between people they like and people. They don't like like I didn't have a great relationship with one of the judges. Do Pass history and scored a little. Bit Lower Volume. So yeah I mean it's it. I think a lot of the skills I've learned from drifting is going to be very useful in himself like I'm very comfortable with with the road race car when it's loose ron and still have a ton to learn because I'm very sure would all but I think a lot of the things that we do everything backwards if that makes sense. Yeah but when a car is loose I don I. It's pretty comfortable for me but in the same aspect. Rtc Our cars are from drives so you. It's really different. We're in the aspect of wherever the front wherever the noses pointed is where it's going right. You get oversteer you really. You Bury the throttle and you let the front pull you out and the cars understeer a good amount. Which is it's once you get used to it. It's it's not so bad like you really have to be patient with the throttle and point the nose before you get back on gas. Where like the royal drive cars? You can get back a little bit sooner because you're not. You have to worry about pushing the front because the the front of the cars are having so much to do so much work on them. They're steering the car. There used also giving the drive. You're leaning on the front left. That's also like it's so much going on with the front relying so heavily on the front that you get some pretty bad understeer very interesting anybody out there who is potentially getting into racing listened to that last question because it will be very important for your driving career so speaking of driving your teammate. Is Ben Waddell? What does Ben like as a driver? Have you learned anything from him already? In and I know you guys are keeping in touch during the quarantine. is is. He giving any sort of coaching in the meantime to to keep to keep busy. Yeah I mean. Ben is a phenomenal team eighties. Has Data's been a driver coach? Since Nam I mean his dad's a phenomenal job. Coach has been the game along time. Ben Himself is a good driver coach. And he's helping me out a lot like before before Daytona the day before like having trouble in sector two and Ben actually sat down with the data we went over the data and I gained a second and a half just by Ben going over some data with me because I was breaking a little too early not going as deep and then in turn seven. I was breaking super deep and I wasn't getting a good drive and Ben's been really good at that stuff.

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"muss" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Sure it's own Jake the muss island chatty man Alan TM why else engine I'm sure it's all possible that a woman at the bank that albeit Yoshino luck of the draw AL Jazeera Faison cool cool that should cook meteorite to you guys are should I shouldn't how could she you can see up the main yeah because you one Sienna do that using find and if it all seems to be sure behind each of us is what the I need to send out a free trial just made late Jan trees backs all walks and they love to I need to report a what yeah the toll charges yes I actually send the email it's your mama would channel Bob I only judge at all good leadership Genting canceled hello Xingtai Faye and doctor the flying school I know send Santa silences him about our sugar now confidential national language channel that ballet jazz being what she'd really some media outlet I die young Bill Clinton she won three events that I should get good enough I'm commissioner make less on and offline now you may boy I sense and figures that show hello initialize on.

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"muss" Discussed on Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Shades of Strong ? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

"And I'm in my old world or focused on up and so yeah I was thinking as you will talk and have there been times where I've been just what trying to put on a smile when I knew I was really going through it and no. I think if I've ever really attempted that it's been very hard. It's been difficult to do. Almost like screaming really excellent. Quite what I honestly for all of my my life daddy has been Muss Mile. Has Been Thomas Water a defense mechanism. Honestly I I can remember even as a child. I think that's where it started as a matter of fact because my parents divorced when I was when I was very young and you know. My Dad was abusive in. He wasn't faithful to my mom and so she had put him out like for the last time. That wasn't her only time. She put him output last year. Put Him out and I can remember missing my daddy so much in our cry every day because we always ate dinner together so when it was dinnertime and he wasn't there mom will call us on the back and say y'all come on each and every time I came to the table I will cry because my dad wanted me here and I remember one time I out as I was walking tape and I was ready to pull my chair out my mom. My Mom said don't don't you start crying today and I think from that moment on. I learned soon. Hide what I was really feeling. I don't think my smile has ever been a genuine one. I'm I'm getting you know to that point as I get older where I try to live in my true but I think for the most part. It has a defense mechanism for me. I use it to hype the real mean from family from friends from the whole world. Honestly even if I've had a bad day you're gonNA see me laughing and smiling and singing and dancing autos thing so it's been a lack of a better word. It really truly has been a mess for me like I used to hide all of my stuff. The childhood trauma the self loathing as gorgeous as I am. I used to really struggle with self esteem. Because I'm a dark skinned girl. The pain shame of broken relationships feelings of not being enough because I can remember being a little girl and I was super skinny. Lord knows I'm not now neither and I was in all was dark skinned and my siblings will always call me black and skinny and that always bothered me going up but even in net out still laughing you know so it was always like I was always hiding you know so I think that was embedded in from childhood when my parents my parents have I if was because my mom's they don't start crying and so it I think as a child. It made me feel like crying and showing how you really feel with unacceptable as to my in up until my teenage years.

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Cristina's comeback: Fernández de Kirchner set for dramatic return as Argentina's No 2

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Cristina's comeback: Fernández de Kirchner set for dramatic return as Argentina's No 2

"Guess who's back Cristina Fernandez de Kushner the leftist former president of urgent TNR is now the country's vice president elect thanks to a surprising coalition she formed with the most centers and decided less charismatic Alberto Fernandez the new president-elect on Sunday evening the Fernandez Fernandez de Kirchner double-act defeated incumbent Maurizio Macri who was vying for a second term with more than ninety seven percent of ballots counted Mister Fernandez had forty eight point one percent of the vote compared to Mr Mercury's forty point four percent of voiding any need for a SEC and round it represents a remarkable turnaround for Fernandez de Kirchner who has a slew of open criminal cases against her for corruption and erupted full from grace for mud three who wasn't able to turn around the nation's Faltering Economy Monaco's America's editor at large at Stalker unpacked the backstory Argentina's pen I'm like politics took a swing back to the left on Sunday as a parent friendly that told US coalition celebrated a return to power the presidential election pitted to polarize visions for the South American nation against each other followers of the populace emperor -tection EST policies of Christina finance the case now who governed from two thousand and seven to two thousand and fifteen and those who are now deceased husband Nestor President before her it is the right leaning will market-friendly outlook successor modest your macri no so long ago seemed as though macklowe guaranteed a second term after he had surprised many by beating Ferdinand is the case is era parent than the airline CEO early in the two thousand fifteen election he hated international investors by using Doda currency controls introduced by his predecessor and promise that the country was open to business as Fernandez case was embroiled in action Asians of corruption which saw several of her entourage sent to prison macree assured a change of direction and affects for the country's under-performing academy but he wasn't able to deliver as almost thirty five percent of the country's slipped into poverty last year macrey was forced to return to the international Monetary Fund seen as a bogeyman by many aggravating the country's woes knee aftermath of its recco debt default in two thousand and one else for fifty seven billion. US dollars the largest loan in the organization's history sparring food costs and rampant inflation Shen currently standing at well over fifty percent made matters worse and despite promising never to introduce currency controls earlier this year he restricted Argentinians access to their much loved greenbacks reviving duman black market a hallmark of the previous regime but I thought I see May Medina boy no Muss informacion him up but if you're honest the DC boito no detail procurement do know is somebody going through all the okay up on their to via Hulu which allowed the return of Christina Finan- this will suit of dogged by eleven criminal allegations and how mixed record in office it was clear that she was tainted which is why how much expected political comeback so the former president ron as a VP candidate for her parents ticket alongside a much less colorful and more centrist presidential candidate I'll bet finance this in August Argentina held primary elections essentially a dry run for October and dealt a better blow to macree we lost by over sixteen percentage points to the paranoia sts and was forced to recognize the comeback would be difficult or you're doing it on my lyrics and also the loss of lettuce but I can see that it's going to be secrete did manage a spirited late surge often seen as uncomfortable in the spotlight in the last few months he looked more at ease in the increasingly large accent he was able to convoke warning of the dangers of returning to the post his campaign close in the stronghold city of Cordoba to the sound of local quartet music so an estimated seventy thousand people take to the streets and while he was able to close some of the guy with his rivals in Sunday's vote largely seen as a knee-jerk reaction to the failing economy it wasn't enough to avoid a first round defeat another heavy loss for the ruling relish was felt in the province of born cise when we lost the governorship to former Economy Minister Axel Kissy Lav Mark kids will be fair for what is to come while Alabama of Hernandez has a show that he is his own man and not interested in repeating the misteps at the post applied between him and Christina finance their Kisner who still mobilizes an important base will be fascinating to watch who really holds the key to power will finance manage to hold the center ground and in Argentina's famously factional politics will this marriage of lenience remain for monocle I'm Ed

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"muss" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

"Awesome and trucking no Muss Team that reached number.

Beer Tasting, Belgian not Trappist

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Beer Tasting, Belgian not Trappist

"Saint Bernardus. ABT twelve it is widely regarded as one of the best beers in the world. If not the universe is there for no surprise it is the brewery's flagship beer ranked at the very top of the same Bernardus beer hierarchy hierarchy. It is brewed in the classic quadruple style and adheres to the original nineteen forty six recipe. I love this bear. I think that recipe goes back further than forty six. I thought right yeah. I thought it was one of the original. This is one one of the oldest. It's one of the oldest I think that's one of the marketing does is that it's the oldest beer recipe in production. This is just pure magic raisins spices. I can actually hear Christmas carols some drinking this. I mean it's just this is so wonderful. I love it at a bottle eleven glass. I love it on draft. A love often go yeah if you can find it on draft get it. It is spectacular dealer. Yeah I thought it at a very rich composite Malt toffee raisin rich fruit in the NOZ was like a Vice Bach. I mean had that banana. That was just it just it was just it took me into all different kinds of beer directions so like like the best Belgians right. The yeast plays a role in every one of these beers that were drinking today and that's. It's just this thing drinks like an eight percent beer. I mean it's it's they're all super drinkable and that's a classic sign of all these. Trappist yet rapids style albers is the the monks actually have a word they called digestible which to Muss basically means easy drinking even though this is big and complex and rich and high alcohol. It's a very very easy drinking beer sure it is I mean you don't you don't taste the alcohol on this and all it's it's just creamy enough the it's so layered it's so light on the tongue it's very impressive motivation and all of these two superhero point silky smooth. One of the one of the stories stories of the Trappist Brune history is that the quadruple is of course the top gear the top strength but that the single double triple quadruple also denotes win. The beers can be consumed in during the workweek. The singles are are allowed to be drunk at the end of the of the day eight the do bolster for Sunday's only the triples or for high holy days and quadruple is if the bishop is if the Bishop is around the big guys so oh yeah. We're having them all in one sitting what does that make. The pope is good a debate pope next to godliness so I love this brief conversation about Wesley Twelve. You know because this a beer definitely is a I think a dead ringer of four Wesley Twelve and in fact actually remember somebody doing a blind tasting of Belgian quads and the West leader end this were in there and everybody picked us as the West leader that blind dates. It is so similar when we're talking about out those rare beers you know like treehouse.

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What is Landscape Architecture?

Revision Path

13:50 min | 2 years ago

What is Landscape Architecture?

"Studying landscape architecture. Is that right yeah. That's right what appeals to you about landscape architecture yeah no. I think something that appeals to me about landscape architecture is really the broad range of possibilities that come with it so i guess you could say architectures focus focus primarily on the building and landscape. It's everything outside of that in so that encompasses a lot of different types of spaces and a lot of scale space some really interested in more of the social aspect or like public spaces within the urban city. That's kind of what drew me to study landscape and under god. I was always focused on like thinking about the community people that lived around public spaces or in buildings that we we were designing for and i was really interested in thinking about okay how do people move throughout space or where do they interact and kind of like what are big places places or opportunities to engage communities more and give them access to green space clean air and other opportunities for like socialization shen yeah i think when most people think about landscape architecture they're thinking mostly about greenspan. Yeah parks up things things of that nature. I know here in atlanta. There's we have so many little just pocket parks in a way like little parks just kind of tucked in here and there i think right but now there's a proposal to build sort of part of a park over our highway over one of the highway but what are some of the other sorts of things that make up landscape architecture aside from that yeah. That's a good point. I think it's easiest to describe people like oh you know like park designed but they're actually a lot of different other types of the public spaces plazas one of the most famous places that a lot of people recognize is like the hotline so also thinking about post industrial uses uh spaces there also a lot of power and landscape where we can. We have a lot of control over sustainability so we can impact the environment in a positive way way. There are a lot of initiatives happening right now. New york to kind of protect the city against sea level rise so there are a lot of constructions happening along the the coast and we're seeing that development happened so there's a wide scale to thinking about design both on a regional scale but also they're smaller like hard scape plans and thinking about outdoor malls plazas and transportation kinda gets <unk> looped into that as well. How does transportation you looked into that yeah. I guess that is a big statement but i think now that people are kind of thinking about the future of like driverless cars i <hes> now we're thinking about how we can retake over the street for pedestrians or like. Maybe we will need as many spaces for car so i think there's a a lot of pedestrian centered ideas about read configuring street spaces or like what happens if we take away highways from you we know communities can be transformed those spaces into other types of recreational use or ecological use. I think to bypass a really big and thinking get about circulation so how do people move throughout spaces that can be both through cars <hes> through highlights through aeroplanes but also at the ground sound level like walking or biking dot space so those are factors. I think that a lot of designers try to influence into their designs but also could be it's like the highland is a completely new way of kind of moving throughout new york city so really you're. You're kind of like you have the opportunity to design on a bunch of different types of scales it sounds you can do something really small like a plaza or yeah ab- santa park but even apart can range in size from really small to like central park or something the yeah it's funny said positive because <hes> i guess for our first semester design school we had a design like from the smallest scale so like a courtyard yard and it was like teeny like enclosed space but it was really fun of what we can come up with and there were so many different ideas and it was kind of our first project and and then we ramped up in scale and thinking about boston's city hall plaza in that was like seven and a half acres and thinking about okay like this is a hard scape space like we weren't allowed to use like lawns or anything like that like it's completely like thinking about people moving freely and it had to be accessible supposed to boston's like governmental building and then our final design was ramped up in scale again and it was thinking about like waterfront design and interaction between the city city and also like recreational space say yeah. It's definitely a wide range of scales that you can design and everything in between. I'm glad you mentioned accessibility accessibility. That's been something that's been on my mind lately mostly in the web space and i'll bring this back landscape architecture so just just what would be your. I was reading this article this morning about how <hes> domino's pizza is trying to take a case all the way to the supreme court art because a customer suing them because their websites not accessible to not able to access it on a screen reader and there has been other types of lawsuits that are like this. I think there were people that were trying to sue beyond say because her website was not accessible and granted the web guidelines around accessibility normally normally tend to pertain to government sites in terms of enforceability beyond say side is not a government site. Neither domino's pizza however what i found is in the weapons that accessibility the is kind of a it's a slippery scale. Some people really adhere to others. Don't care about it at all but when it comes to landscape architecture accessibility is super important because all types of people have to move throughout spaces yeah. How do you design for physical accessibility yeah. No that's a good question and i think it varies in the designer what you're trying to achieve and some people are very much like oh. We don't want this to be accessed by like massive amounts of people like it could be very dangerous address. It could pose threats large gatherings but i think to like the more practical answers. Oh like in designing public spaces. There are laws and codes like a._d._a. Accessibility laws that you have to buy four but it's also like okay now you can accept those code standards or like how do you truly remake space open and then it raises more questions about like who is allowed in what spaces in who isn't so that got really interesting and especially in terms of the plaza plaza and how do you make a space feel comfortable for maybe a single person who's walking there or in their wheelchair and then also can the space <unk> accommodate like large art gatherings of protests like does the public have a right you know to gather and protests and speak in kind of connected large groups yeah. I don't know if that answers your question. No this is my question. It also made me think a little bit about sorta this concept that i've heard of with defensive design where sometimes certain public spaces like you say designed to keep people out yeah like for example park benches that may have a middle railing so no one can lay across them or four. Maybe low to the ground services. They'll put like little bumps or spikes on them so no one can sit comfortably on it. Yes what it reminded me that that definitely light comes up a lot in designed to in. It's like then. It gets extremely political suicide in like yeah okay. I'm just wondering design like this nice space that maybe people could have like a lunch break oregon but then i think too in the era of like public safety and security people get really like nervous about okay like who sitting sitting and lingering in these spaces and yeah. It's a fine line but i think it's also kind of exciting because you're giving a space where you would not you don't necessarily know what will happen like an park and prospect park in brooklyn. It's like a wonderful space. When i go there. I see people by gang doing tai not doing yoga with their dogs and like there's not a set like programmed area for that to happen. It kind of just is able to happen and there are like political local statements that also happened there so i think it's an exciting platform to be able to design kind of within that one thing when you when you sort of talk about spaces like this i'm thinking of how a few years ago there were a lot of public protests in the streets blocking highways and and blocking major thoroughfares thoroughfares and things like that and i know like here in atlanta for example there was a big complaints that people could walk down onto the highway. Yeah they're like oh. Why is that. Why is that possible which doesn't make sense like why wouldn't they you can drive down there. You walk down there but no it's interesting about the the sort of governance of different spaces for different types of people or even different modes of transportation. There's more that i want to dive into with the topic but i want to take it back a little bit. I'm really curious to know about more about you and how you came to be studying at harvard talking about all this stuff so where did you. Where'd you grow up yeah definitely so i was born in new jersey but i grew up my whole life and south west virginia. A little town called roanoke doc. Anybody knows it and i'm the youngest of three girls and so my mom. She's a new yorker. My dad was from chicago. They're both from big city and then when they have made they decided they wanted to move down south and kind of slow things down and so i grew up in roanoke must of my life i went to school with a lot of my friends like kindergarten through high school and even some in college. I think it was a good community where everyone was really well connected. It and everyone knew each other and so grown up in a place like that was really unique as i'm learning and then i went off to school to study architecture at the university of virginia i think tau i got there was like not a linear path at all listening like oh. How did you have it figured out yet was curious. Here is like has designed been like a big part of your childhood growing up where you're surrounded by it. Yeah i think one since i was surrounded by it i didn't really realized that until later and now like looking back. I was like oh <hes> my parents did a good job at like teaching me how to do this or that and so oh my dad did many things that he also briefly worked in furniture procurement in my mom went to fashion school for a little bit and then decided that wasn't for her but they in my grandma on my mom's side like always painted and drew and so my parents were good at like exposing me to the arts very early but i didn't realize what's that there were possible careers through design until high school and so i kind of was always interested in drawing and painting in but it was kind of like something i did just for fun and then i thought i wanted to be a doctor. I thought that was like what is going to do and i very it. Quickly realized like i don't like hospitals. I'm very scared of blood in bali fluids and so then i said oh my goodness like what am i gonna do. Who i think was like fourteen. I was like man. I just don't know what i'm going to study and my dad actually said what about architecture and then at that time i had no. I know i dea what that field was an. I was like what is this and <hes> in high school. I got to go to a couple of design camps at <hes> virginia ginny tech university. What was other school. I went to another school north carolina state university and they had like the summer design her rams that my dad found his co. You you should go in and you can kind of test and see if he liked it and so at first it was just such a different way of thinking and i was not really excited about it <hes> but then i went on to study it in college and it was very hard at first has a lot of people seal when i studied architecture but <hes> no now it turned out to be really amazing from people who have had on the show we've had a couple of of architects on before and they have always talked about i mean the difficulty of i think just yes of course learning about the subject matter but also a lot of those spaces are not super diverse and so if you're coming in there as quote unquote the other and that sort of just adds an element to the difficulty of studying and being a space like that yeah absolutely so no one in my immediate any family or anyone i knew of really studied architecture and so that was a whole new learning environment for me. I went to school in a lot of people the parents had studied architecture like they're punctual and so they were kind of already looped in the field and yeah it was very hard to understand the language <hes> just even what architecture it was <hes> it was a difficult amount of learning that you have to do a friend like learning the software but also a lot of technical skills that you need to choir but overall though what was your time at university of virginia yeah i think overall the wall. It was really great. 'cause then my first year the kind of restarted i think as my first year right before i got they restarted their no muss chapter. I know ma says the national organization

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"muss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"muss" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"muss" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"muss" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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Is organic facebook marketing dead?

A Doctor's Perspective Podcast

02:58 min | 3 years ago

Is organic facebook marketing dead?

"Day we're going to review social media marketing is Facebook organic marketing dead if he goes episode three hundred and forty seven well, if you didn't know your Facebook reach for your personal page, even worse business page is only one to six percent of the people that volley. So that's crazy low. Of course, they want you to make money when we're evaluating what the post, especially if you're talking about business stuff, and I'm guilty that link posts are the worst. So pretty much what I've been posted forever. A summary of the podcast, a link to it with a picture kind of one of the worst reaches that you're gonna get videos, of course, are the best. And while I do personally have a third of my shows I've got, like a one minute, teaser video got different videos, within a video and has got like different pieces. Pretty much the same stuff that would right? It's an video format. So while now Facebook loves it. But then there's a caveat. I'll tell you about in the second. Sometimes in the second best is questioned. So just text asking engaging question. If you don't get at least. Five words on on the comment. It doesn't really count just saying. Yup. Number five love it. None of that really counts, it needs to be at these five words, it means we're actually engaging in your post. So keep that in mind videos, get seventy three percent, more reach than just a photo, by the way, if you're doing YouTube videos, pretty much is, that's a direct competitor Facebook. They just gonna shut it down. You're not gonna get any reach practically. So you got a video that you did yourself uploaded that wreck the Facebook. I know you got to upload with the YouTube directly, you got up to lower the Facebook correctly. It's a pain to our stuff that sites it where you can do it for you. So I don't know what to tell you on that one in the same boat as you guys like. What they said is a really good way to pose videos, especially if you gonna put some money to it just put a little bit about. You pull just pull even a little bit of money a fifteen seconds square video. So I got a double check my phone square video on long do square pictures, all day long, but square videos, and other story guessing you can probably see run it through a simple program. These days on your phone or something, and they can make it square for you. Okay. But a fifteen seconds square video that keeps you under the limit so that you can advertise a lot more places like Instagram and all these other places you might just have the title of say your podcast, and then one or two points, and on those post, I would still put a link in the body, some as you put in the comments, but this lady, who's an expert said, put it in just putting the body just put a little bit of budget to it, and that way, even if the ad expires that link still counts muss, what is it seventy percent? Don't listen to the sound. So make sure these videos or either sound off to begin with all this captions. If there's words, a long form video in a we used to do a lot longer videos. Now, three to five minutes is perfect and even. Facebook live. The optimum time is only three or four minutes. The only reason you'd want to do a twenty to thirty minute episode is if you do it like every week, same day, same time, kind of like a TV show because we're used to spin in twenty to thirty minutes to watch sitcom so pretty much a quick ad fifteen seconds. You wanna get a little bit longer a minute, but reality, most of your videos, need to stay between that three four minute

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"muss" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Science Friday

"And this Cherif heated that purpose because they were beautiful, and they were they grew fast, and they were inexpensive to propagate and easy to propagate. And so very quickly they attract people's attention than the authorities attention that it was a convenient to plan on the very quickly the mass production system is setup. And so they were described the sing it was planted among us in thousands everytime. Japan won a major wall. Whether he was with. China over the Russia all then thrown them into a new emperor emperor Taisho and impress show wa hero. He this value was planted. Muss, you know, that two thousand three thousand old over Japan. So in these two over the old varieties which had thrived over centuries. Yeah. So they will Fullerton people still love the cherry blossoms, but the single variety we see them in the Potomac. I'm not replayed. Oh, this is science Friday from WNYC studios. Talking with an Ohka obey about her book. The sacra obsession incredible story of the plant hunter who saved Japan's cherry blossoms. I'm gonna ask you read a passage in the book because it was so fitting, he's before environmentalism became a mainstream idea Ingram was talking about these issues modernism as you say progress and so on coming at the cost of the natural world. And you have a passage to read us that reflects his thinking on that. Could you read that for hey said? Parole..

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What you should know before you buy Apple's AirPods

Vector Podcast

02:46 min | 3 years ago

What you should know before you buy Apple's AirPods

"Pods are just such a quintessentially apple product. They do something old. But in a new and enticing way when they were announced people dismiss them or made fun of them. But then when they sold out Saint people became desperate to get them. Now apple has moved onto air pods generation to I've spent just over ten days almost two weeks with them. And here's what I found out. I'm Rene Ritchie. And this is Victor. I the new wireless charging case for air pods in looks nearly identical to the original non wireless case, there's a new hinge design, but it feels every bit as dick clicky as original the charge indicator light has been moved from the inside to the outside. So you can now see the status out having to pick it up and open. It also knew it has an inductive charging insights, you can drop it on any cheese. Standard inductive charging pad the same kind that works with any of the iphone eight or ten and top it up without having to plug it in no fuss. No, muss, charging happens at five watts. Doing it inductive Lee with CI will always take longer than the old fashioned way about one and a half times longer until full if you're leaving them on the Pat overnight or while you're working that's not going to matter to you. But if you need them charge faster, you can still plugged them in via lightening cable and get the job done in two hours instead of three. That's right lightning any nerd hoping for any sign that after the new ipads pro apple keep pushing USB down the line should probably stop hoping at least for now and all the normal non nerd, folks. Oh, so happy they can keep using the ca- Jillian lightning Gables already in their collections. Well, keep doing the happy you now. This was all originally designed to work with Apple's late lamented airpower charging pad. So you could drop your iphone your air pods. Your apple watch all on the same pad all the same time. But since airpower has now been canceled. You have to either have Pat you can alternate with your iphone a spare pad or a third party multi charging pad. You can drop them both on to really benefit from the elective. Charging I have a cheap charger on my desk. So if my iphone is in dire need of topping up, which usually isn't. I started just dropping my air pods there instead which also often are in dire need of topping up. But since they're newer, shiny or they're getting preferential treatment for now. If you do likewise feels like the same type of magic is apple pencil to or the air pods buds themselves. Like, the case is just always charge to the point that you start forgetting it needs to be charged. And that's really the promise of Chee and one that's still in the long painful process of paying off when I was at the Montreal airport. The other day there was a whole section that had cheat chargers between every seat. I dropped my phone and topped up a bit while I was waiting to board. It was great. But it should be great. Like that everywhere every gate at every airport every train station every bus every table every

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"muss" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

Make Speidi Famous Again

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"muss" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again

"Hundred percent. Yes. Yeah. It was but like branding. And I just felt like, you know, what the world needs this Instagram holiday like it's so fun. Like, why isn't it one already like there's like national like peanut day national like black like, I don't know curtain day. Like there's like a national holiday for everything. So yeah, I will say every time I see somebody. I follow that gets your MIR. I'm like, why aren't they giving us credit Spencer to say that all the time? He's like, oh, there's another stuff. See copycat? I feel my gosh. Thank you that just made me feel like a baller. You're way ahead of the game. It's such a genius idea. Thank you. That's really nice. I love how Jackie now awaits you with credit. I, but I do the same thing with her like, I steal her all the time. I'd like her I text her, and I'm like, I just want. You know, I said this line in the show. And like last year, they asked me in like, our interviews. They said how can you come up with a new way to murder someone? And I was like, well, I got one of my back it that like my friend came up with and we worked on it after it was her idea to do like an ice pick to like make tin foil ice pick, then stab someone. Then like, you crumple up the tin foil and like throw it away somewhere. And like you never can find the weapon, and you honestly, you can't it's really hard to catch a murderer. If there is no weapon, and it was like Draghi. I'm sorry stealing that stealing. How I feel like you. And Jackie muss, spend all your nights playing hunter killer because I am. Yes. Yes. I'm a member of hunter killer imbo do this like twice a month. There you go. So if you're not a member like saucy and bone hunter killer is a monthly subscription where you become a detective immersed in a murder mystery..

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"muss" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"muss" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"His new songs more. I know. Don't. I won't sell to your people. I will be removed headquarters will call me into a meeting, and I'll be removed to have to give back my toaster oven. That's new headquarters finds out about what about the fact that. Alexa. I'm afraid they're listening to make coffee. Well, no, I don't let don't love the new oriented Conde songs headquarters. What had all have to return fine. People. Send me back to your island have to divorce college dating women again. What? Yes. That's what happens. Oh. Yes. It's a new rule. Stacey must graves. It was put it was put into our gay constitution last year. When I said, I didn't like Casey muss graves people were like she is an advocate for the LGBTQ community. I still don't like her music. That's fine. I'm glad for her. I don't like it are you knocked out of a club. We'll cluber you win. As. Soon if headquarters. Bradley says we're gay adjacent aren't exactly I love that. Okay. Here we go. You ready? Hey. The second chance friendship, but we try to reunite. Asisi bloom with their Hillary Whitney. Random beaches reference. I love you. Don who do we have today today, we.

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"muss" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:17 min | 3 years ago

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Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

The Frame

06:31 min | 3 years ago

Rappers, women won big at Grammys after past snubs

"You watch the Grammy awards last night, and you care about representation and diversity. You may have been pleasantly surprised the sixty first annual Grammy awards did not repeat the Grammy. So male ceremony of twenty eighteen where only one woman Elissa car up one a solo award in the top categories Alicia Keys, hosted Cardi B became the first solo women to win for rap album and Casey must graves took home the trophy for album of the year on top of all that the show's musical performances were heavily female driven with numbers by do aletha. Dolly Parton, communica Baeau, lady Gaga and many more. I spoke today with varieties executive music editor, Shirley Helprin. And she began with her reaction to the shows performances. I thought the performances were really top knots. I thought they were very well produced. They were colorful, they were labyrinth was a lot of, you know, really, you know, beautiful choreography, you know, there were couple of moments. I think people were sort of scratching their heads. Like Jennifer Lopez, you know, sort of presence in the Motown sixtieth anniversary tributes. You know, she got a lot more singing time than smokey Robinson. Who was you know, one of the architects of the Motown's found, but I think Casey muss grades was fantastic. Cardi B was really fun. Boys over about his truck Sawhill speak. In terms of of them stepping into that kind of Barras in line last year about how women needs to step up. I mean, I think the producers and CBS really took to heart the controversy and really looked at their program and thought about these issues I wanna play something from do aletha who won best new artist. She was making a reference to comments made last year by academy president Neo Poh now. Oh my God. I don't even know what speaking I guess where I wanted to begin by saying. How on and I am to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists, the fizz, I guess this really stepped up. So that is Mirroring what Neil porno said about women stepping up. So they're two things that are at issue here. One is who is allowed and invited to perform their show and the second is who actually goes home with a hardware. So if you're to look at who actually was nominated who won Grammys does it feel like some progress is being made on that front. Even if the performers were actually more Representative of the industry. Yeah. I can't really give credit to the Grammys organization for that. Because it's it's the voting body and the voting body is is working musicians and engineers and mixers producers songwriters, you know. So so it's really what they feel are our songs on the albums that most resonated this year. I think Casey most grades winning album of the year is a great example of how an artist really transcend, John RAs, I love country music with everything that I am. And I'm very proud to be able to get to share my version of that with the world. Thank you for supporting that joke, the embraced by, you know, not just an American audience, but global audience who, you know, probably a lot of them wouldn't call themselves country music fans. So I think that was a big win. And I think childish Gambino winning for this is America, which is such a provocative. You know, in politically charged song was another example of the voting body really embracing something that is different that is not pop-oriented. That wasn't you know, like a major radio hit, you know, all of these things come into play. And and I think things are changing, you know, look -lution sorta like steering battleship. It doesn't happen overnight. But I see signs of abroad or more inclusive Grammy organization than the feature were you think about kind of how wide net the Grammy's and the Grammy voters are casting. You look at Casey most graves, even though the k pop. Bam BTO's did not win. There were certainly a big presence. Does it feel like the definition of what is Grammy worthy is becoming a little bit more broad now. Well, I think there's always been this conflict between Grammys as a TV show and Grammy's as, you know, a music awards ceremony, and you really have to balance those two things, and I think for CBS, which which airs the show their priority is really just making sure that people tune in and that they get the youngest demo possible. You know, Camille at the Belo is odd. Obviously very much of that generation and BTS which has very very energetic fan base. That's why they were toes into present. I mean, they were only nominated for best reporting package and they didn't win. So, you know, been of a stretch to have them there. But that's not to say that people weren't like in excited. Just to see you know, what is the biggest Cape fans in the world. So it's a mix of all those things, you know. I mean, I think it'll be more interesting to see how other awards shows sort of pit after the Grammy's, and the fact that that really took, you know, a much broader more pop Centric Roop of artists to perform were you think about the people who won not only the broadcast Ramon. But earlier was there a specific award that really gratified you and conversely was there one person who didn't win who really wish might have. I think the gratifying win was Saint Vincent winning with Jeff. Antonoff just to incredible artists. You know, I was really thrilled that to aletha one for for best new artist and for electricity, which is just an amazing amazing song really one of the greatest songs of the last year in terms of surprises. I mean, I I mean the little surprise that some of the artists coming in with so many nominations like Drake really didn't walk away with a whole hell of a lot. But I will shout out to one amazing female mastering engineer, which is Emily Lazar. She won four for mastering for Beck's album, and she has been at this for like, you know, twenty years really at the top of her name. And she's the first woman, you know, mastering engineer to win a Grammy of the stature. So really really thrilled about that. To know when it comes to representation women come up very short as producers and as engineer so that was a very special win,

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Women ruled the 2019 Grammy Awards

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Women ruled the 2019 Grammy Awards

"And from start to finish women ruled the twenty nineteen Grammy awards last night. Brandi carlile. Her and lady Gaga won multiple awards and Casey muss grades including the final award of the show album of the year. History was made last night childish Gambino. This is America was the first rap song to win song of the year. And also record of the year.

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Grammy Awards: Performances, winners, highlights

Nick Digilio

11:20 min | 3 years ago

Grammy Awards: Performances, winners, highlights

"I will say this about the about the about the Grammys. It was long. I mean long it started at seven. And it ended at a quarter to eleven. Oh, yeah. That's yeah. That's really long. Yeah. And you the know you had your e. Red carpet, which I think started around noon. The get gets Seacrest out there. And there's you know, they're they're out there for three hours before the before the show so long. It was a long long night for all the people who were there. The overall. I mean, like I said earlier the Grammy's really is. Not like other award shows in that they're mostly concerned with the performances not so much, you know, the awards themselves. They only hand out a few awards during during the Grammy's mostly it's about. It's about the performances and there were there was a ton of performances on the on the show. Some were good some weren't. Like, I said for me the best performance of the night. With brandy Carlisle. Who I really like a lot. And I thought her I thought she gave the best performance. And and of course, you had you had your tributes there. Diana Ross turned seventy five and she did she did your basic Diana Ross over the top performance. And. Herger grants her grandson introduced her and he's nine and he's got like an incredible head of hair. He was he was real. He was really he was really very very funny this kid, and then there was a tribute to Dolly Parton, which was great because Dolly Parton. That's that's the one that. I I really wanna go back and watch. Yeah. It's it's you definitely should because. Between her and Cyrus working together. And then. Her singing the song called red shoes? I just you know, I mean, I love I love Dolly Parton. She's she's phenomenal. So but overall, I I mean, I did think it was way too long. And you know, they were cutting their speeches. Who people would get up there? And when they're when they're award, and then they were just like really blasting the music and cutting the speeches. Which at that point. It's like at this point man, the show is like four and a half hours long. But are we? What are you? What are you worried about the speeches for so? But yeah, I mean here are some of the winters are, you know, some of these winners are were surprising. I think. So like, for instance, record of the year went to this is America by childish Gambino, which I'm thrilled about because I love childish Gambino. But Donald Glover wasn't there. That was the that was the disappointing thing. It was like, you know, they want some major awards. One record of the year and run one song of the year. So those are two major major awards Donald Glover wasn't there. So this is America one song of the year at one record of the year album of the year went to golden hour by Casey muss graves. Who I was not very familiar with. But she's good. Best new artist went to do a leaper best solo pop solo performance went to JoAnne. Where do you think you're going by lady Gaga? Best pop duo or group performance went to shallow by lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, by the way, lady Gaga's performance was weird. I mean, she's she is a bit of a weird. Performer in general. But. It was very intense and crazy. She was wearing a weird civil know like a glittery jumpsuit and making all kinds of weird faces and stuff, and I just was I was the little I was a little confounded by her by your performance. And I really liked the song. I mean, obviously shallows a terrific song. And it's probably going to win an Oscar and a couple of weeks for her. But yeah, she and Bradley Cooper got the got the award for best pop duo or group performance. Best pop album went to sweetener by our 'Grande, Ariana GRANDE day, best rock performance with when bad. Does goodbye. Chris cornell. Chris cornell. How did he have a backlog of of new material is that what the deal is? That's that's got to be. Yeah. What happened there? Yeah. Well deserved. Well. Yeah. Mean he was the best deserved. Best rock song went to miss education. By Saint Vincent. Best rock album from the fires by Greta van fleet. Best alternative music album was colors by Beck. Best R&_B performance best part by her. Best urban contemporary album. Everything is loved by the Carter's best Rb album her by her. Best rap performance. Kings, dead Kendrick Lamar. And bubbling, by Anderson pock, or pack Anderson pack. Best rap song to God's plan by Drake. Best rap album went to invasion of privacy by Cardi B. So I have a question for you. Would you truly consider Drake a rapper? Yeah. I just feel like he just talks over. Yeah. No. He's a rapper. He's a rapper has never. I just never hear wrapping when I compared to like, I get he's different in an hands down mad respect to him for being different standing out everything. I just compared to everything else that's out there. I just never think. It's. And he's Canadian. Oh, wow. So best music video went to this is America, childish Gambino, man. Donald Glover, man. Yeah. When in some serious stuff that video rules. It was awesome. Yeah. Or the song is amazing to chose Gambino. Hey, you know, weird Al yankovic wanna wanna Grammy? That's that's too now for squeeze box the complete works of weird Al yankovic, which is best boxed or special limited edition package. So at one for the packaging. Yeah. I like that. Yankovic? What was it was it last year was the first time you want one? Two years who years ago, but it, but it took that long. Yeah. How did how did weird Al not? How did he not have a granny? I have no idea. How does he have a room full of Grammy's? So I don't know. You know, you know, they get so many weird categories. This is the thing about the Grammys is that there's like seven thousand awards they only hand out about six of them on the show, but there's like a million awards here. Best compilation soundtrack for visual media. What that went to the greatest showman. Best soundtrack for visual media, Black Panther. That one has my vote, but I'm a marvel fan. Yeah. You know, the music the music for Black Panthers. Great. I think you know, what for all those marvel movies? The scores have been awesome. Yeah. Just really outstanding. Let's see best country song went to space cowboy Casey muss graves. I'm assuming that's not the. It's not the Steve Miller song. I would I would imagine. Best traditional pop vocal album. My way by Willie Nelson. Best country duo group performance. Dan shea with tequila. So the the those guys performed those guys performed last night. Did they? Yeah. And I don't even know. I like, here's here's another thing. Whenever I watched the Grammys or or like music awards and stuff, especially the MTV, which I don't even try to watch anymore. The MTV video music awards because I feel like I'm one hundred and six years old. I have no idea who anybody is. Like when I was watching. I was watching the Grammy's last night. I'm like, I have no idea that is I've never heard this song before in my life. Deli part partner, Diana Ross word Sam smokey Robinson. I knew that. But yeah, you know, a lot of a lot of the stuff. That's like, you know, younger. I don't I dunno. Shawn Mendez guy. He was okay. He performed I believe he performed again. I think that was also with Miley Cyrus. Yeah. It was that was what Miley Cyrus to. She was all over the place last night. I try to be as open minded as possible. But I just do. I just like for the most part. I just kind of sit on my couch, and I don't I don't recognize anybody. I don't know who these people are so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number if you'd like to to join us. If you watched what did you think what did you guys think of the the ceremony? What did you guys think of? Of the performances because there were a lot of performances. Let's see best is ain't got bluegrass. You've got traditional blues guy won the blues is alive. And well. Best spoken word album. Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter got himself a Grammy. Best music film. How is that? When did that become a category? I don't know. But I like it best music film. And I don't see. Wait a minute. I feel like Bowie's Quincy. From Quincy jumps before before. I heard that. I just would have gone with bohemian rhapsody. But yeah. Say. So. Yeah. And then also last night were the Bastas. Those are the British film awards. They were handed out as well at the same time. But I ended up watching the Grammys ex. I basically forgotten that the Baptist were. We're we're being handed out. That's why Bradley Cooper wasn't at the Grammys. Someone lady Gaga got up to to accept their award for their group or

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Reports that Musk security clearance under review are inaccurate: U.S. Air Force

The Fighter And The Kid

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Reports that Musk security clearance under review are inaccurate: U.S. Air Force

"Went down and to employees quit, right? There's big ramifications from it. Here does this lap and afterwards. Says Thursday, musk appeared on the comedian, Joe Rogan's podcast to our conversation which he smoked what Rogan said was marijuana and drank whisky. No one acknowledges the whiskey layers on Friday to Tesla's top executive resigned US air force which has multiple contracts with muss. SpaceX reportedly began looking must marijuana use because

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Thailand Travel Safety Guide - Pack Your Brain

The World Nomads Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Thailand Travel Safety Guide - Pack Your Brain

"Welcome to the war. No muss podcast delivered by wore Norma's the trouble lifestyle and insurance brand is not your usual trouble podcast. It's everything for the adventurous independent trumpeter, welcome to a bonus episode of the world, no meds podcast. Coinciding with the release of our new and improved safety guide. The guide is full of tips. Heck's advice, warnings and travel alert. So you can have a safe fun time in Thailand. Now, fellow podcast host, Phil Hello field a and travel safety producer Ellison Ellison.

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