35 Burst results for "Nada"

2020 MLB playoffs: Wild-card standings

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:57 min | 2 months ago

2020 MLB playoffs: Wild-card standings

"What a wild wild. Ride of a major league baseball season like unbelievable they got this thing in somehow someway was obviously a sprint Nada marathon like we're used to. But with that being said, there is a marathon of a Finnish coming on the final day of the regular season with forty four different scenarios as to what could happen for the twelve teams that still hanging in the balance of whether or not they're going to be in the postseason. It's. Pretty interesting to be honest with you John I mean one of those. Unbelievable seasons that we didn't really necessarily even see happening. It does happen I haven't necessarily been all that excited that into it but forty four scenarios regular seasons wild final day of the season that that's gotta be somewhat intriguing to people right? Yeah quite frankly I didn't realize it was that many I guess that that probably includes. The American League seating possibilities because they're the eight teams in the American League. We all know which teams are going to be in there now and only Tampa Bay number one in Houston number six of actually confirmed their exact seating spots. The others are all over the map depending on what happens today and in the National League only the top four seats are actually confirmed as being in the spots that they are currently and. And then we've got to other teams that are qualified and then there's fourteen in the National League competing for the last two wildcard spot to number seven and number eight seed. So I didn't realize it was forty four. That probably takes into account the combinations of of seating changes that may take place in today's games from today's games in the American league. In terms of teams actually getting in. It's down to four teams in the National League playing for two spots, and now we may not even know today if that is. The final situation because. depending on what happens today the cardinals may have to travel to Detroit on. Monday to play two games that were postponed earlier in the season because of the cardinals cove in nineteen situation. So frankly, it might be Monday be before we know which eight teams are in in the National League. Yeah it's it's been a very short sample size It's been a sprint rather than a marathon but to your point a bit of a marathon finishing that a huge number of combinations and. I was trying to figure it out this morning and I think I've kind of got it down as than in the National League as to how this may shake out I see four or five major combination. So if my brain is working correctly though those all things can happen but a lot of it's dependent on whether the cardinals have to play those two games in Detroit on Monday.

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Trader Joe's Fall Products to (Pumpkin) Spice Up Your Shopping List

Inside Trader Joe's

05:45 min | 2 months ago

Trader Joe's Fall Products to (Pumpkin) Spice Up Your Shopping List

"Welcome to another of our short shopping list episodes. I'm Tara Miller director of words and phrases and clauses, and I'm Matt Sloan, the marketing product guy now just about everyone in every type of business has had to make adjustments during this pandemic but we're proud the trader Joe's has maintained a commitment to developing new products to giving you that sense of discovery on every visit. So, let the discoveries begin. All right hold on I'm just organizing. I don't even know where to start there. So many new products. What's purple on the outside creamy white on the inside and makes a Great Ship Donny Osmond socks no. Almost Masaaki sweet potatoes. They're not the normal sweet potato. They're not the bright orange sweet potato, their paler in color and flavor. Wise. I'm going to say that they're kind of like a roasted chestnut in obnoxious kind of way. But in a nice way like insists nutty sweetness these are great chips but wait met we sell. Masaaki. Potatoes in our protection when we can get them. These are delicious sweet potatoes people love them. They're great for you. You meant the sweet potatoes themselves. You mean in chip form that these should be considered some kind of health. Okay. These are potato chips, full disclosure, right So they come with all the caveats that regular chips do sweet potatoes themselves really good for you. I will stand by them. Those are probably in the store. Already I think those are coming in at the beginning of September or something like that, and they are limited because there's a limited number of these potatoes that can be made into chips. People associate trader Joe's with Pumpkins stuff in the fall. How about Pumpkin Spice Pretzel Slim's I mean this is a candy. Yes Pretzel but it's a pretzel that is swimming in really nice white chocolate with crushed pumpkin spiced pumpkin seeds and I think we're trying to figure out another way to Pumpkin on their one more time. These are just great. So if you like the peppermint. Pretzel Slim's. I think you'd be a fan of these to these are really tasty sweet with just a little salty. So you just WANNA keep coming back for more. Another thing. That is sweet. But I think not too sweet are the pumpkin spice batons that are coming in and those are kind of a very close relative to the cocoa batons that we have every day and the vanilla batons we have the villa batons. Do, and we've had coffee batons we lemon for awhile it's a wafer cookie with pumpkin spice filling inside I mean it's kind of simple and straightforward, but it's a you know kind of thing you could have with a cup of coffee or even some ice cream though should be in stores by the time. This podcast lands and folks should be able to grab those right away. They're just delicious when we're thinking about. What else to include as a Pumpkin version we often look to really popular products Brioche we sell an inordinate amount of that classic agee, Sweet french-style Bread. We have a Pumpkin Brioche coming I'm excited for this. I think French toast will never be the same. That was also super limited by the right like it's it's in and we'll have it for a little while, but it's not something that's going to be around for. You know months and months and months. That's our hope for infant works or it'll be a great. Saint. Patrick's Day breakfast and by that time it'll be green. So perfect. One of the things that was a big sort of revelation to me this year even though it's not something we invented it's not something we were the first to think of is the spicy pumpkin curry simmer sauce that's coming in. It's kind of inspired more by a Thai curry than Indian curry but it has all of those really classic curry flavors. With the addition of actual Pumpkin and it's like thick and it's creamy and it's got a really good kick to it. I'M GONNA. Say This is good. Right out of the jar actually with Yeah Yeah I can't wait to hear about how people put this to use. We are working on a recipe right now internally for a Vegetarian Spicy Pumpkin Curry potpie that we're hoping to have on our website and in the fearless flyer in late. September. Also, I think slated to be featured in an upcoming flyer many spicy Pumkin Samosas the. Sabih in the frozen section, this is not a Pumpkin pie situation at all. This is an appetizer wonderful bridge creamy spiced pumpkin filling. This does sort of flavor. Wise. Go more toward the Indian style curry Classic Somoza Spices are used this. These are delicious. They're really good with a number of different kinds of sauces has been a we've tried them with a Chutney but also with our sweet chili sauce, which takes its inspiration from Thai cuisine and the hot and sweet pepper Jelly these tastes really good dipped in any of those. I'm still focused and obsessed with Pumpkin Pumpkin Nada. Now, this is a Pumpkin pie situation. So think of a small Mexican inspired hand pie with delicious spiced kind of a classic spice, Pumpkin Pie Spice filling. So. Good. So not like spicy spice but like sweet savory spice, the spices more like our spiced apple cider or a traditional Pumpkin pie spice sat up I mean this would be great for breakfast I. Think because I like to have pie for breakfast you know pine a cup of coffee is a great way to start the day, and this is like a little pie. So it's like I'm just having a little Lil Pie wilpon. That's your new nickname. Okay.

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Beirut explosion: More signs of life detected under rubble

New Yorker Radio Hour

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Beirut explosion: More signs of life detected under rubble

"After a massive explosion ripped through Lebanon's capital, a toe lay in rescue team is attacking signs of life underneath the destroyed buildings. NPR's nada homes He has more on the rescue operation that Chilean rescue team has been working for three days to clear the wreckage of a building that was destroyed in Beirut's devastating port explosion after they detected signs of life Thursday afternoon. On Saturday morning at Chile and volunteer confirmed they were still detecting signs of life beneath the rubble. 18 breaths per minute in a statement to media, the head of the rescue team could not confirm nor deny whether anyone is alive in the destroyed building, but vowed their work would not stop until they reached a result.

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Mark Victor Hansen

voiceFirst careers

05:07 min | 3 months ago

Mark Victor Hansen

"Ninety, three T. as in talent. That's right. We're talking to the talent directly. Of course, anybody can listen even the hiring manager spot. This, this morning some. Some crib notes some shortcuts. Some best practices if you're looking for work. A number one thing you can do. Que did I, get your attention this a number. One thing you can do if you're looking for gainful employment. Fix your attitude. You thought I was GONNA. Say something difficult right. I don't think there's anything more difficult. Do you ever know people that are just everything comes out of their mouth is Negative can't do this won't do that shouldn't do this or the other thing just. People that typically you don't like being around at least I don't like being around. After laugh icy from time to time articles and posts and podcasts. You know about how to deal with naked if people. And it's probably good for most people I have just eliminated them all from my interactions. At a mentor many moons ago. Mike Murdock and he said looked do not give a critic anytime zero Nada Zilch. Why because then you don't have time for the people that lift you up the build you up. That you enjoy each other's company lifting each other to higher levels so I, I've eliminated long ago. It doesn't even register anymore it just. Is like water off a duck's back in. Just, doesn't affect me so if you want. To to Change Your career your outlook, your your status in life everything about yourself number one change your attitude. Now I understand that's easier. Said than done. UNDERSTANDS A fulltime job. But the rewards are so amazing. Why would you? Why would you not do it right? So Next question. How do you make that happen? Hey, scam new to this thing you know this This attitude adjustment? How do I make that happen? Well for me the easiest is just change who you hang out with. And I mean that in a big sense not you know physically on a day-to-day basis that counts but. I hang out with this. Guy Les Brown he I believe is the number one motivational speaker in the world at this moment in time and has been. For the last. Been Falling since ninety two I think. So that's what. Eighteen years. So for the last eighteen years less brown I. Think is at the top of the game. Now I've heard them all and I'm Fan I'm a big fan of them all like. Zig Ziglar Charlie Tremendous Jones. Mark Victor Hansen and a bunch of others. But. The just something about less brown his down to Earth. Homespun. Sites. it just resonates with me. So I spend time with him I have a couple particular. podcast of episodes. Audio sessions of him that I I listened to repeatedly one is called. It's not over until I win. He gave this at the Georgia Dome in ninety two. May Be in I think it was ninety two. And that's when he first popped on my radar screen. Then I got chance in person a couple times and. and. So hang out with people that have a positive attitude. In. That might mean spend time with a podcast or video. So number one, you got to change your attitude number two. How do you do it? You hang out with positive people even if it's via podcasts fact I'll include Lincoln. The show notes the one of my favorites right now in fact. It's a podcast called tremendous leadership by Dr Tracy Jones who is the daughter of Charlie Tremendous Jones in a recent she happened just happened to have Mark Victor Hansen on the program saw all included Lincoln the show knows this is going to blow your mind it did mine and I followed him both for years. I'm one of Mark's biggest fans I. Don't know if you know that mark if you're listening. But. I'm a guy who bought the book, the One minute millionaire. Studied it night and day apply the lessons in the book. Within weeks? And generated an

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Beethoven the Pianist

Classics for Kids

05:05 min | 3 months ago

Beethoven the Pianist

"Welcome to classics for Kids I'm Naomi Lewin. Once upon a time, keyboard music was written for the Clavichord or Harpsichord. A harpsichord looks a lot like a piano but the sound is produced differently inside a Harpsichord the strings are plucked by little quills sharp pointy spikes usually made from the heart ends of feathers. The only way to get the Harpsichord to play louder is to pluck more than one string at a time. But a piano has little felt covered hammers that hit the strings, which means you can control the dynamics. How loud the sound is by how hard you push the keys. The Piano is named for the fact that you can change the dynamics piano is short for piano, Forte Italian four soft loud. One of the cool things about even that he was living at a time when the piano was literally growing up that's William Black who was head of the Piano Department at the University of Cincinnati College, Conservatory of Music according to him. When Beethoven started writing for the piano, it only had forty eight keys. But by the end of Beethoven's life, it was much closer to today's piano, which has eighty eight keys. So over the course of his thirty or forty years of writing, he was watching this instrument grow both in power and in range. Sort of like a apparent watching a child grow from a baby to a an adolescent and finally to an adult in the thirty two sonatas big solo pieces that Beethoven wrote for the piano. You can hear him demonstrating some of the great things his new instrument could. William Black said in one Sonata, Beethoven starts both hands playing in the lower part of the keyboard and within a very short time the right hand climbs very quickly as if it's in a hurry to the top of the piano when he keeps doing that over and over again, and when he gets to the top of the piano plays very loudly all of a sudden to sort of proclaim that it's gotten to the time. That was one way to show how large the piano keyboard had gotten in another Sonata Beethoven starts both hands in the middle of the piano then has them traveled to opposite ends of the keyboard before they meet back up again in the middle. Or even has the top and bottom parts of the keyboard hold a conversation in this sonata it almost sounds like a grandfather talking to his grandchild. One of the great improvements to the piano in Beethoven's Day, was the pedal. Early Pianos had lever near your knee, which was pretty awkward to use on Beethoven's piano pedals had been moved to where they are today near the ground and you operated them with your feet. pedals change the quality of the sound when you hit a key on the piano hammers, strike the strings and the sound starts. When you let go of the key things called dampers come down onto the strings to stop the sound. William. Black, said Beethoven loved the new and improved damper pedal which stopped the dampers from stopping the sound so that it kept on going and going. So here was a a brand new sort of hazy foggy misty type of sound that he was introducing to to music that this pedal would make possible on the piano listen closely and you can hear how the melody gets slightly blurred. That's from the tempests Nada a piece Beethoven named for Shakespeare's play the tempest which Beethoven. said. Him To write that Sonata before that, you heard part of the pathetic. Sonata name that Beethoven also came up with and the Moonlight Sonata a name that was not Beethoven's idea moonlight was attached to that Sonata by publisher who knew he could make more money selling a piece with a catchy title.

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Nevada to mail all voters ballots; Trump promises lawsuit

All In with Chris Hayes

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Nevada to mail all voters ballots; Trump promises lawsuit

"In Nevada, the State Republican, Party, and Republican National Committee sued, Clark County officials in June in part over their plan to mail absentee ballots to quote an active voters and president trump threaten further legal action just yesterday after the governor of that State Steve This lack signed a bill ensuring that all the citizens in state can vote by mail November a very common sense approach when it might be dangerous to go to the polls. In. Fact, the RNC now lists a total seventeen states were they in the trump campaign are engaged in legal battles related to in voting and other ways that they say Democrats are assaulting the integrity of their elections. Of course, assaulting terror elections meeting here making sure people can vote. This is a full concerted effort by the entire ministration and crucially the Republican Party. Whether they like trump or Nada they will eyes are nodded hickeys uncouth a whole Party to. The legitimacy of the election to cast aspersions on voting by mail and attempt to. Bar People from voting by mail. All why were in a deadly pandemic that has killed almost one hundred and sixty thousand of our fellow Americans.

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Controversial statues toppled in cities around the world

1A

05:38 min | 5 months ago

Controversial statues toppled in cities around the world

"Since the death of George Floyd Confederate monuments are coming down in states across America some are removed quietly in the dead of night others are ripped from their pedestals in broad daylight and it's not just here in the US either protesters overseas are toppling monuments to slavers and colonizers as the protests over police racism and brutality rumbled across European cities some activists targeted that own country's colonial history in Belgium demonstrates a spray painted a statue of king Leopold the second Wallenstein U. K. statue of seventeenth century slave trader Edward Colston was toppled and thrown into a rhythm can the push for justice move forward without first looking back maybe the best way to reckon with our racist history is to dump it in the river we're going across America and abroad today as part of our one A. across America project it's a partnership with six public radio stations in various parts of the country we're joined now by someone who once said a great nation does not hide its history it faces its flaws and it corrects them which Landrieu is the former mayor of New Orleans and author of the book in the shadow of statues a white southerner confronts history welcome back to the show image thank you so much exactly also joining us is only a haci nada she's a writer and organizer of black lives matter U. K. black lives matter U. K. has compiled a list of sixty statues that it wants removed because they celebrate slavery Ali I joins us from London welcome hi Larry thanks for having me Mitch you brought down a number of Confederate monuments while your mail it may or you did that legally I wonder what do you make of protests in various cities that are taking down statues and monuments illegally well it again do it up myself and I wasn't the first one to talk about it it's been a long history of people who were leaders in New Orleans who tried to take those monuments down they all legal processes for doing it and there are the process used to do on it a peaceful protest you know the important thing is is that people now are beginning to understand how insidious those monuments are the ones that was specifically put up to celebrate those individuals who've spent their lives protecting slavery and so that's what the Confederate monuments are in the United States of America I can't speak to the ones because I don't know enough about them in other parts of the in the south in the United States of America there are three thousand monuments that will place up with the state and direct purpose of revering and honoring individuals who fought to split the United States and have all the calls of preserving slavery and that's just on the civil war or the confederacy was on the wrong side of that war they were on the wrong side of history and the last thing that we should be doing is honoring what's called a lost cause which is meant that somehow of the confederacy was a noble cause when in fact it was not in these monuments will put in places of public places yeah man on on public on public land and with and will put up with the specific purpose of Riviera the person I general Robert E. Lee Jefferson Davis PGT Beauregard and their whole host of others whose mission it was was to preserve slavery yeah and I felt very strongly being the mayor of a multi cultural city that is historically always prided itself on its diversity as an essential part of who we are as people to have those monuments in public places that was sending messages to people of color that they still want welcome here after all those years and so I couldn't be more thrilled that they're coming down you know we can get we can get kind of caught up in how they coming down and whether we should have long conversations a short conversations but essentially we're all finished with us if you just take the monument down and you don't get to the root of why they were put up in the first place or the ideas that they were trying to perpetuate that manifest themselves in institutions Holly and police and etcetera etcetera then we would have made some progress but not nearly as much progress as we should have this is clearly a hot topic of date debate in the US Stephen wrote on Facebook this is needed and long overdue Tommy wrote on Facebook I assume sarcastically by all means a race history get rid of it that will fix everything and then sailed sailor apes tweeted I say pull them down melt them and resign them to the garbage bin where the losers of history tip Oakley wind up yeah what do you make of this issue of whether a statue comes down legally or illegally doesn't matter in the end to a to a movement I think in my personal opinion whether it comes down legally or illegally is not the conversation we should be hopping Bob why is it being taken down and debated in the first place I think if we get into the legality and illegality over we then can get into a very polarizing conversation of good and bad it wouldn't really that's not what any of this is trying to do is really trying to have a conversation around what to be glorified in these countries and what do we put public money towards glorifying because these statues these plaques all of these things that glorify the slave owners these colonizers all paid for out of the tax pay is pocket and given that we've had two years of austerity I think there are a couple other ways that we might be able to spend this money instead of glorifying

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As protests grow, Belgium faces its racist colonial past

The Frame

03:03 min | 5 months ago

As protests grow, Belgium faces its racist colonial past

"As the protests over police racism and brutality rumbled across European cities some activists targeted that own country's colonial history in Belgium demonstrates a spray painted a statue of king Leopold the second Wallenstein U. K. statue of seventeenth century slave trader Edward Colston was toppled and thrown into a rhythm can the push for justice move forward without first looking back maybe the best way to reckon with our racist history is to dump it in the river we're going across America and abroad today as part of our one A. across America project it's a partnership with six public radio stations in various parts of the country we're joined now by someone who once said a great nation does not hide its history it faces its flaws and it corrects them Mitch Landrieu is the former mayor of New Orleans and author of the book in the shadow of statues a white southerner confronts history welcome back to the show image thank you so much I haven't also joining us is only a haci nada she's a writer and organizer of black lives matter U. K. black lives matter U. K. has compiled a list of sixty statues that it wants removed because they celebrate slavery Aaliyah joins us from London welcome hi thanks for having me Mitch you brought down a number of Confederate monuments while you are male you may or you did that legally I wonder what do you make of protests in various cities that are taking down statues and monuments illegally well it I need to involve myself and I wasn't the first one to talk about it it's been a long history of people who were leaders in New Orleans who tried to take those monuments down they all legal processes for doing it and there are the process used to doing it a peaceful protest you know the important thing is is that people now are beginning to understand how insidious those monuments are the ones that was specifically put up to celebrate those individuals who've spent their lives protecting slavery and so that's what the Confederate monuments are in the United States of America I can't speak to the ones because I don't know enough about them in other parts of the in the south in the United States of America there are three thousand monuments that will play stop for the distinct indirect purpose of revering and honoring individuals who fought to split the United States and hand over the cause of preserving slavery and that's just about the civil war of the confederacy was on the wrong side of that war they were on the wrong side of history and the last thing that we should be doing is honoring what's called a lost cause which is meant that somehow of the confederacy was a noble cause when in fact it was not in these monuments will put in places of all public places yeah they got the money and on on public on public land and with and will put up with the specific purpose of Riviera the person by general Robert E. Lee Jefferson Davis PGT Beauregard and there a whole host of others whose mission it was was to preserve

How To Fix Our Mind | Venerable Cunda

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:10 min | 6 months ago

How To Fix Our Mind | Venerable Cunda

"Today good morning got to noon on copy. Be Winning in Australia. You see when we see someone will say today. How you going okay? So let me introduce myself if anyone met me for on Monday. Ms Venerable tuned earlier. And this'll be my third talk of this year in Jonah grow. We Treat Center. And you'll be my last talk for this year because next month I'll be going to another Buddhist monastery overseas to support the in body monastery. We do have a few branch bonus and the monastic are required to go to different breath monastery to support one. Thank you so today's topic Always think of a topic or Someti- swinton things come out over the days a weekend and become a good topic talk about today's topic our about being restlessness a home having a crazy mine because myself and also bendable twenty anti body toucher Brenner retreat. In the weekend so I helped to Kentucky a retreat take body touched on the weekend and one the question that came up quite quite frequency was how do you do with restlessness at home and dowse quite common Christian in the weekend on the online retreat? And he's also say how do with a reminders? Going all with the placer here that's true. It's not easy has a at home in lifer that's doing crazy. Mine and one question was also was the reason why became a nasty and what stages are when to become a monastic toll. I'll try and combine all district crush together onto this talk. Okay so I'll give them a bit of background on myself before I came the body on on mystery so I was born in militia so I left militiamen quite young. Roughly twelve years old and I went to a place called silent because My parents was leaving the at the time working in the mines so so I grew up on Christmas Island and I worked here for roughly twenty years. So I was criticizing diller but I was born relation now. I moved to Australia. Roughly roughly twenty years ago. So I wasn't born the Buddha's our free finger. I want and I enjoy my locked the Max so when I was in my early S I was working up in the minds. And Yeah Spacey. Be a rebel idea. I want and I behave in pretty say just looking for fun and business did drink a lot and did smoke a lot when you were up the mindset. That's what most people at the time. Drinking Smoking and partying a lot and it was about twenty two years ago so we do not have much internet and working up in the minds. Uc's majority of the work is was basically men till became quite competitive and Yeah we say be aggressive so I call into those car mentality competing wine now. Nada and try and be a tough man. I been the website you. Yeah but I mean it was quite peaceful can after work. There wasn't much to do so most of us would just hang around in the pub drinking smoking and dismissing around. So I did it for a few years about two years. Ottawa got really sick tile and also can be up stock up in the minds not able to see my family not having a law freedom to just be my friend. Sir All go to other places because at the time I was doing my apprenticeship up in the minds so I was tactic for four years. So it's quite interesting so I started my Buddhist practices so I did notice. I was hitting quite aggressive. A developed a beer with time temperature so I used to explore in Rasiah working in the minds just arguing and fighting with before so it wasn't a good habit and a new habit plus our spacey drinking a lot lower and smoking to actually make degraded my mind and my mental wellbeing

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"nada" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"nada" Discussed on World Cafe

"So tired. I'm ready for drink at almost. Go down stay with this bottle feed for me. If I've found by the way speak with archery four Break but I'll tell you know I believe it will station. It will untie. Every rose Dr As me to describe would add the Was Manned mission thing of something dean. The description he said it's right in front of you only sits fake just as the Schreider ring back and I'm ready for that have Brief an reason.

"nada" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

12:53 min | 9 months ago

"nada" Discussed on World Cafe

"That's so much love from not assertive here on the stage World Cafe live in Philadelphia. The new album is called. Never not together. I'm Kaleo on the Cafe Matthew Ira Daniel Louis. It's nice to meet welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. So so much love. I absolutely adore that song. I'm so glad that we're out of it. Because it's Bright. It's got these beautiful key tones going on. I'm just curious before we get into the lyrical background of it. Was there any sonic inspiration when putting together? Well Yeah we we want it to be big and simple the first thing. We were listening to dot back down by Tom. Petty and then we kind of forgot about that. That was just like something to feel that simple rhythm. That just boom crack Boone crack and trying to feel the space in it but then later we were at a Rock Field Studios in Wales where we made the record and our producer in Latin. His favorite band is cure so there was a little bit of. I mean it's not like we're looking for references to copy but but just ask your question. Does the things that were in our mind. I always just curious if there's ever something you're listening to and you like. I like that tone and for me when I heard it. I heard a little bit of cure new order and yeah so I just thought that was kind of I enjoy when a band can take on like lots of different sounds but still sound uniquely them like it. Doesn't you don't sound like you're stuck that way? We're always going to sound like us a try purpose. It probably wouldn't work so but yeah you can put different icing on the cake there enough. So where were you at Matthew when you wrote those lyrics or what was in your head when you sat down to write so much love well? It's a quick story is that there's a friend of ours. Karen glauber invites me down to south by South West every year to be on a songwriter panel. And she's putting me on the spot. A few times like asked me to write a song on stage which was terrifying. I don't recommend it and this time she said. Could you write me a song with the title so much love? Because that's how you sign your emails and I'm always so cheered up when when I get an email from you and my first reaction was well. Let's see we have always low inside of love is probably a bad idea. You're heading towards the love. Yeah but but you know I wanted to be a good good good friend a good panel member so then I sat down to do it and then I felt it felt great. I think it was something I probably had wanted to write for a long time. Which is just about the good intentions around you and especially in the atmosphere right now. It's like we need energy and comfort to get through what we're all going through no matter what side you're on you know it's it's a trying time and material is out is out there material that essay goodness. I think I think in the world in general you can see it in the way. Children Act like they're violent but they're really kind of like a toddler will knock stuff over but you know they mean well they real really and I think that's true of most humans our brains rule too too big too stressed but then bad actors make more noise. I think they're more good actors. Well it's perfectly into the larger theme of the record. The title of the album comes from one of the lyrics on the album. Empathy is good. Lack of empathy is bad. Holy Math says we're never not together. Can you talk a little bit about what that means? And why you wanted to chase that idea. I got it from a from Justin Vernon from Bunny Vera. Listening to him talk on the radio and he said something about. I think it was sacred math. But he was making a point about how no matter what we're were more of the same than than different and I also think of at the moon. The moon landing in the astronaut saw the earth in the sky. Apparently they were not prepared for that for what it would feel like emotionally to see the earth and to think like we've gone to all this trouble which is great. I mean wouldn't heroic an amazing thing to do but we've gone all this trouble comes to the moon and then you see the earth like right. That is what we need to get right. You know anyway but I don't know I don't have an elaborate particular answer for why it's just a feeling. I think we all we all share us. Abandon our friends that there's so much in common between people tying it back to your conversation with with Karen Glauber and sort of having this wonderful exercise where would essentially becomes an onstage. Homework assignment becomes this song instead of trying to look outward in la or go from ten thousand foot view. I think a better way to sort of express like that. Connectivity inhumanity comes from on a personal level. So is there something that you've experienced recently? That sort of reaffirmed. See your faith and the connectivity of humans. My wife moved to England. I've been there for ten years and she. She joined me a few years ago and I felt like I owed her trying to build a community and so I started. I introduced myself to everybody on our street every single person. I'd see it's twenty six you know. And and for my Fiftieth Birthday Party. I didn't have any of my old friends around because I'm I'm out there and invited the whole street and there's just like this community everywhere and it can be really meaningful. We're talking about a surf. Never not together. Is the name of the new album here on the World Cafe? Guess a pretty substantial back catalogue which is very very good Daniel. How long have you guys been together as a band? It's a tough question counted. Matthew nine knew each other kids five or six years old and then we got an started playing together when we're fifteen or something like that and we're huge fans of IRA so we had little bands before that but then things really sort of got together once IRA joined us and so those are probably any four hundred five. We actually met Louis before. We even met IRA so I think part of the reason why this ban exists because Louis moved out of his loft in Williamsburg and there was an ad in the village voice and I want to see the apartment that he moved out of moved upstairs. So then we became neighbors. Started Started doing some producing stuff for us and helped us record and stuff and then we are so I love this little connections. We're talking to not a surf here on world cafe up next we're GONNA hear Friend Hospital from two thousand sixteen. You know who you are. I'm curious why you picked this one. Why why you wanted to play today really just been enjoying it lately. It's it's one of my favorite favorite songs about platonic relationship and friends. Taking care of each other I had a friend who when we were both single. We weren't involved with each other but she lived in La. I lived in New York and when she would come to New York she'd stay at my house and I'd take her out to dinner to help her get over jet lag. Let's go to La. She'd she'd do me the same kindness and and so we used to call it that like. Hey I'm going to be in New York this weekend. His friend hospital open and be like yeah man come over. It's just a beautiful. Chorus is so much better that we're not together because I will not lose you or be the blues to you and and so there's something beautiful about the simplicity of a platonic friendship cool. We'd love to hear it lots of things. It's data surf here on World Cafe Our cloud pardon me. Ooh ooh do through law. You call four drop-off Glad you craw breath a right on. Thank you so much. We're going to carry on with another one. This is another song off the new record. The record is never not together and this song is called looking for you..

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Grant Baldwin on How to Find & Book Speaking Gigs

The $100 MBA Show

09:25 min | 10 months ago

Grant Baldwin on How to Find & Book Speaking Gigs

"Graham Baldwin is the founder of the Speaker Lamp Dot Com. I've known grand for about about seven years now and not only. Is He an incredible public speaker in public speaking coach. But he's a fantastic teacher. This is why I'm so excited. Have Him as as against teacher on today's show he's GonNa give you so punch values going to give you what you need to make sure you're successful as a speaker now. If if you want to get the most out of today's lesson take some notes. He's going to be dropping a lot of value a quick story about grand before I handed over to him. I know grant personally as a friend. And I've seen him on stage keynote events in front of thousands and even though he's a dynamic speaker on stage. He's hilarious. No he's he's really funny. Actually an incredibly valuable to the event on a personal level grant is sort of an introvert. He's not extroverted by nature. So it goes to show so you can be a great public speaker even if you're not extroverted gray embraces his introverted self and he doesn't change and this is what I love about him is. He's a skillful speaker. He's entertaining but he doesn't feel compelled to be this bombastic character in real life so without further ado. I'm GONNA pass it onto the Grand Baldwin to teach you the five steps to find and book speaking gigs taken away grant. Hey what's up everybody. This is Graham Baldwin founder of the speaker lab host of Collab- PODCAST and author of the new book. The successful speaker five steps for booking gigs getting paid and building your platform. So today I will be teaching you through the speaker success. Assess roadmap all right. So let's get down to business so the speaker success roadmap is going to make the acronym speak S. P. A. K.. This is a five step process S. for finding and booking gigs so the first one s is select a problem to solve select a problem to solve. This is where you need to answer a couple of key questions number one is who it is that you want to speak to who it is that you WANNA speak to. You cannot try to speak to everyone. This is a mistake that a lot of speakers and entrepreneurs make is that we think we can just speak to anybody. That just doesn't work so if I were to ask you who do you speak to. You don't want to say who do you want me to speak to or I speak to humans or speak to people like that doesn't work. You have to be very specific specific and clear about who it is that you want to speak to now even if you said well grant I speak to women okay. That's awesome but that's still like half of the world's population so you really want to be narrow and clear about who it is that you speak to the second part of the equation is. What is the problem that you solve for that audience? What's the problem that you saw for that audience? One of the things you have to remember is that as a speaker you are in the problem solving business just because you care about a problem just because you think it should matter to other people doesn't necessarily make it so so just because you're interested in it doesn't mean organizations are group's actually hire speakers to talk about that so there has to be this overlap between what you're interested in what you're passionate about and what organizations innovations actually book speakers to come in and speak about. What's the problem that they can solve for that audience so again remember you are in the problem solving business now? One of the things we tell our speakers or students all the time is that you want to be positioned as a steakhouse and not a buffet steakhouse and Nada. Here's what I mean by that. So imagine if you you and I we're going to go grab lunch later. Grab dinner by the heat and we're looking for a really good steak. We have a choice we could go to a buffet where steak is one of one hundred different things that they offer or we could go to a steakhouse where steak is all that they do and they are the best at it right. They don't do LASAGNA. They don't do pizza. They don't do Tacos they don't do anything else there but steak and they are really really good at stake. That's the type of place that we want to go to. That's the type of place that you want to be as speaker. Here's another way to think about this. Let's imagine that God forbid that you had to have brain surgery okay. Let's hope that you don't blessed that you did. You got a choice you can go to your local family doctor. Where they you're a doctor? They went to medical school. They probably took a class on surgery. They probably know a little bit more about the brain than you and I do. There are smart person or an educated person. But I don't know that they've done brain surgery or or you could go to the person that is a brain surgeon. That's all they do day in and day out. All I do is brain surgery if you break your arm. I'm not your person if you have a cough. I'm not your doctor. If you have asthma attack not the person to go to but if you have brain issue I am the best now. It's counterintuitive because we feel like in order to get the most possible gigs. We need to spread the net as far and wide as possible. More people I could speak to audiences I can talk to the more problems. I can solve the more topics I can speak about the more potential opera -tunities that I have but the opposite is actually the case the more narrow the more specific more clear the more focused. You are the easier it it is to find and book gigs. So remember here. You want to be the steakhouse and not to the buffet. You want to be the steakhouse the buffet. You WanNA solve a specific problem for a specific audience audience and not try to do all things for all people if I ask you who do you speak to you and you say well I speak to humans as Okay what do you speak about. Well what do you want me to talk about. I can talk about anything thing like that doesn't work remember. The first step here is select a problem to solve all right. The second part of the process is you need to prepare your talk doc. Prepare your talk. You know what the problem is now. Let's talk about the solution. What's the Louis Solution that you're going to bring to the table as speaker for this for this problem now? This could be in. The form of a keynote could be a workshop. It could be a seminar. Could be a breakout but you need to begin to think through what the talk is going to be about. And how you're going to solve this. It's now one of the the best tips I can give you whenever you're working on. Your presentation is US stories. Lots and lots and lots of stories if I said right now. Okay I want to tell you a quick story a you immediately as a human are drawn in. You have no idea where the story is GonNa go. Is this going to be funny. Is this going to be sad is going to be entertaining. Is this going to be interesting. It's going to be boring. No clue but we are drawn to story. We WanNa know where a story is going to go so one of your best weapons one of the simplest things that you can do is to tell a lot of stories. I'll I'll tell you a story I'd leave you hanging. I've noticed that whenever I pick up my daughter take her every Wednesday night to our local church youth group and so whenever I pick her up after church and we're driving home and as a good data. I'm trying to ask her like. Hey what did you guys talk about tonight with the youth pastor. Talk about what you learn and oftentimes even though she just laughed. She just heard him speak it shows. I think you talked about you. Know Friendship or docked about forgiveness or something like that you'll talk about these like one word kind of which part of it may be just a teenage girl. Nothing but the other thing that I've noticed issue saying Oh he told the story Oh he told the story about Da Da da and she can recite the whole story but she can't remember all the the other little the things that may have been discussed so people also remember stories. We remember what they talk about. Because again humans relate to stories so we have selected problem solve. We have prepare hair your talk. The E is establish yourself as the expert. Establish yourself as the expert now to do this need to key marketing tools number. One is you need a website. Now you know if you're listening to this podcast if you don't have a website you don't exist people won't take you seriously. You have to have a website a website also as a personal brand. I recommend that you use your name as the domain so I have grant Baldwin Dot Com. People are interested in hiring grant they come to grant ball dot com in fact having your name as domain is so important that actually purchased the domain for my wife and all three of my daughters and now I'm squatting on those until they need them someday and then I'm GonNa Sela Ah back to them at an exorbitant rate. Some pretty excited about that so you have to have a website. The second thing you need to have. Is You need a demo video. You need a demo video now. What exactly is a demo video so think of this like a movie trailer a movie is you know? Let's say ninety minutes long two hours long. They take that they boil it down to two or three minutes and within those two or three minutes you have an idea the plot the theme the characters all of that and the point of the demo video and the point of the movie trailer is to make you want to see more. Make you want to see more so you need to have that demo video because if you want someone to take you seriously if you want someone to put their name on the line and put their reputation on the line and hire you that they need to see something. They don't need to see the entire talk but they need to see something that gives them comfort and confidence when booking you that they've done their due diligence that they know that you are a good fit for their event. She need a website so you need a demo video fourth step. A acquire paid speaking gig acquire paid speaking gig. Now you may be listening. Grant Omar. I thought wait a minute This is the whole point like I want a book speaking gigs right but again I want. Let's go all the way back here. You need to do these sequentially. Do you understand now why you need to do these orders if you say. Hey I just just want to book gigs awesome. Who Do you speak to just talked to anybody and everybody okay? What do you speak about? I can speak about anything. That's not gonNA work. That's not going to work as a speaker. That's not going to work as an entrepreneur manure so once you're clear on who you speak to and then once you're clear on what you speak about was the problem that you saw. Have you have your talk ready. You've prepared your message Once you have your marketing materials awesome place your website your demo video then as the part where you start marketing now again. This is the part where you're just getting started. You're starting to take some action here because what the the mistake is that. A lot of speakers make is our website. I got my video and now I just sit back and wait for the phone to ring. That doesn't work. Don't make that mistake. You want to continue to moved the ball

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Setting Goals Instead of Resolutions With Dr. Andrea Goeglein

Live Happy Now

09:59 min | 11 months ago

Setting Goals Instead of Resolutions With Dr. Andrea Goeglein

"Andrea Andrea. Welcome back to live happy now. It is always a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you and it was always a pleasure to be here because your messages I followed up and I really love what you put out on social media of the articles in the various podcasts. I really appreciate it. We'll thank you you know as we were looking at the Beginning of a New Year and we wanted to do something that talked about setting goals versus setting resolution. So of course you claim to mind again. So so I thought that we could start by having you explain to us a difference between setting a goal and setting resolution. You know for me. And there's a a lot of personal experience you know I once was a teenage girl and I remember those resolutions. That said I have a boyfriend. You know at the same time I was at teenagers. You know and as I have vowed to end in my education and in my life what I realized I was. I was a statistic. And that's statistic is the one that you know. Your listeners are going to be reading a lot this week how many days it takes before the resolution. I shouldn't fails and I wanted to know how to do that differently. and luckily my life's work. Help get me there. And so a resolution listen to me aligns more with just a declaration or an affirmation where is a goal is actually elite attached to something that you have in your mind that's already in process end or you want to put in process and you began to you begin to think through. What do I actually have to do? What actions what footsteps do I need to take to make make that thing a reality? The differences a resolution is kind of the spark and the goal has all the gas to get you moving. That's a great way to put it because we do as you mentioned. There's all the statistics about how long it takes for us to fail at resolutions. And this week it will be absolutely the message out in the media and then you have the early adopters who are like look. I'm just GONNA go ahead and fail like three days into it just to get that out of way so in terms of it like why is it so much more effective to set a goal they said a resolution is at your mindset or is it like what is it the mechanism that makes it so effective. Well the mechanism is that goal actually has like you know. There's there's there's a line and self help about the difference between a goal in a dream and you can have a dream of something that you want to do and a goal is actually when you take a wish and they call that a wishbone and you put it and and having something with backbone in it so it's actually the difference between and you know I mean the resolution you know it can be that initial inspiration but what has to happen is a goal has multiple parts and there's all sorts of formulas that all of us have used in our lives that have that has to have something certain has to be something specific it has to have time like it has has to have the resources that go with it. There are very specific things that end up making a goal goal and Nada Dream and not a wish and not a resolution excellent. You know it reminds ends me last year. We had Tara swore and she talked about her book. The source and one of the things she talked about was vision boards. She's a believer in it. But she said you can't just make a vision board and then wait for it to come true. You know. That's where we've Kinda got it wrong. You put the pictures up there. And then you're like okay. Bring me my handsome Knight Knight in Shining Armor in my house and I will tell you I am a visual person and for me getting to see the pitcher up something help so for me. I actually have a vision book. I've had the same book for fifteen years. Wow Diane Ed to it yes I add to it. I subtract. Because that's another part of the difference between a resolution and a goal there is an actual in addition to the process of setting up. You know so. What strengths do I have? What of the resources? What are the steps? I'm going to take the things that you would do to actually see something. Come to life there. Is that other part heart of being able to see it and then knowing that wait a minute is this really. I thought I wanted that because my friend had thought I wanted that bigger job because it it would pay more money but my goodness disruption in my life is so dramatic. I really don't want it and do I really WanNa live in that city like you get to update things right. Yeah and there is a critical part of where we are at this moment in time that I would like to kind of give a little hint. You really don't have to set goals this week. The Gulf of this week and actually many times for me has been the the month of January is actually getting your mind ready to want to do some things different in your life not saying saying this you know because the rest of the world says January one something happened. I actually have a number of times a year where January is actually the one that I do more globally and then I start putting berry specifics to it and then mid year I do a check and then September one and this is just a person who gone to two master's degree in a PhD. I went to way too much school wool honest to goodness September is actually my mental New Year. Oh how interesting Yes and I know that it came out of habit that that was always my stark point January. You know the first twenty years of your life January's just the thing after the holidays and you go back to school again and you're picking up. You're finishing up where you left off September. I just was always something very new and different. A lot of new was happening every September. So my cells just got used to it and I encourage your listeners listeners to do an inventory for themselves. There's a wonderful book out called when and I think it's a Daniel Pink so your circadian rhythms. When is the best time of the day it helps you discern as an individual? Where do you fall so that you get? The highest performance format will say. Take that globally over year. And when do you have the greatest impetus is it after the spring. And you've got new energy or some you know there are different times so my message is don't be held to the conformity of what the world is telling you. It's time to do this. It's time to do that. But invite yourself into the experience of observing your life dreaming bigger than when you have before and putting the actions to it. What will that take just doesn't mean it has to be done tomorrow right and that's good because you can kind of like when you're gonNA say paint a room you don't just go out and buy the paint and discount home start slapping paint on you know you think about it look different colors? You think about how it's going to be and you do a lot of preparation beforehand so that you really talking about that same thing of taking some time to be mindful and thoughtful about what it is you really want to accomplish a place for this year right. That's terrific so so as people are looking at okay. I WANNA create these goals. Should they do one big goal. Do they do different goals in different areas. What's most effective okay? So what's most effective is what has worked for you historically but not to be sarcastic. Ask that that. Let me tell you what I suggest and play with this. So would I would invite you to do is actually set the goal. ooh upsetting some time aside to go for a walk to be in nature to do things and just think about what went on. Or what's going on in my life that I actually would like to see different. Just allow yourself to float with a question in something. That isn't regimented writing things down and thinking about it and da Da. Ah but you're in movement or in a pleasant situation and you're allowing yourself to look back you don't have to condemn the things you just have to be not an honest observer and say what's going on in my life that I really would like to be different and then start with those things. If it was different different the second question is if it was different what would it look like and that begins to give you the option to clean up some blocks that you may not even know you may not be achieving some things in your life because some other things are going on that until they get cleaned up. You actually really can't move forward. There are realities to where we are at the moment. Some of them are structural. Some of them are mental. And when you acknowledge Oh wait a minute. I can't leave this place right now because I have this obligation to finish but I can do this. And you stop the rating yourself which is one of the most detrimental things to goal setting. Is that that you actually start out looking at a goal as though you are a failure and you're gonNA kick your own but and get you and now you're GonNa do it right.

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Changing Jobs

Life of an Architect

09:21 min | 11 months ago

Changing Jobs

"This is the first podcast episode of Twenty Twenty and both Andrew. Nye have changed jobs in a manner of speaking making. I changed jobs in a big way and I have been getting flooded with emails and direct messages on various social media platforms. Asking me about the particulars is because either those people have or they are considering going through a similar change. I felt that this would be a good topic to kick off the New Year because they're all sorts sorts of things happening. You know especially with me with Andrew even here with the podcast some of which take a little more than usual planning and we wanted to let you know. As far advances advances we could of some of the places. We're going to be this year so that hopefully you can come and say hello. Should you find yourself in the same place at the same time. We'll get into for those details throughout today's episode cool. Yeah it's going to be awesome. It's gotta be cool all right so we're going to get into this now. Do you WANNA start under. Do you want me to start you. You go ahead and start. I'll interject his needed. Maybe we'll do a little back and forth about it as we start going. Sounds good to me. I also think that we should discuss quitting your job verses Mrs Changing Your Job Even if there is no obvious distinctions semantically. I think there's a huge difference between those two words. Quitting and changing changing quitting to me seems so imply like your flip the tables and you're storming out of the room tossing lit matches over your shoulder. You know that whole burning everything scorch orch start a little bit. Probably I mean it seems like it when you say I quit my job. It always seems to have a negative tone to it. Well it also seems to imply even though it's not this way and it's just again the phrasing of it to me changing your job means it's more calculated like you know there's a path change or course chain that you wanna make so you kind of put certain things in in place or put certain actions in motion before leaving your other job so that that way this is a calculated course correction Nada. I'm quitting and then I go deal with the fact that I just quit my job. Afterwards I would agree to me. It seems like changing jobs is a little bit. I'm going going somewhere for a new or better opportunity where quitting to me implies. I'm not working at this place anymore. I can't stand it. I don't WanNa be here more as as opposed to I'm changing jobs. It's doesn't mean necessarily that you dislike where you were just there's better or newer opportunities where you're headed like you say that's a calculated thing. Not Like I quit over lunch and then go to look for a job which I have quit over lunch before him. I know that was the reference. Well we know that chain gear jobs demands some measure of your attention so to get into that. Let me just kind of set the table. That says I left my last job the one the where I had my name on the door and I could pretty much do whatever I wanted and I need to make sure everyone else. I enjoyed all my co workers. Add some awesome clients and I had a really cool projects going on and for about eighty five percent of my work existence maybe ninety percent. I'm not doing real math here. It was pretty ideal and yet despite all those does ideal circumstances I do not ever wonder how I got to be at my current job. But I'm at Boca POW now and an actually look this up today. Day to day is four months and eleven days in so it's still pretty fresh really. It's been four months. Yeah that sounds a lot blah. It doesn't feel like four. I didn't think it'd been that long. Actually I was like it's been like two months now right. Yeah four months and eleven days so I don't have any regrets even though it's kind of interesting they brought me in a level to where I obviously I'm not getting the keys to the kingdom but I'm not being brought in to just manipulate digital files in Ramat. That's not where my skill set is and that's not why they want me there. You've been working for a long enough. That's not really what you had either but one of the things that's interesting is. This is a pretty big firm and Boka Powell. There's about about one hundred ten plus people and they're in the kind of the eight figure invoicing range in a year so they bet a lot of stuff in place while. Oh yes kinda surprising but when they brought me over they said there's a honeymoon period of six months and once I hit six months then they start to bring me into more higher level firm meetings. They essentially don't want to lift the skirt before they decided that this is not a failed experience experience. That's kind of a statement. Maybe but yeah I think so and I didn't realize it was going to be six months. Most places have six month trial period. That's really the way to put it. Yeah and so luckily for me because I actually had this conversation today of the. How's it going? I know it's gone fine. No worse so four months eleven days and I am really anticipating all the things that are going to open up to me at the six month period. Kazan collect a lot of skill sets that I have right now that I'm not using is they don't need me to do it because I'm not in the right kind of meetings so even then with what I'm doing right now it's gone pretty well pretty happy with it but you feel like you're settling in a little bit. I I mean I know for a while is like well. I don't know but you feel like you're doing all right right now. And that's something we'll get into an just a bit because there's definitely been some growing pains it hasn't always always been you know milk and honey since I've come over there's been moments where I've been incredibly frustrated and there's been actually more times than I really wanted Mitt but I think that's kind of the reason we're recording this podcast to talk about stuff that other people might be experiencing that folks generally don't put out there because I know people are private but there are moments when I go golly. Am I doing what I need to be doing. Because it's so different. It's so different. Let me get into the reasons why left. Like why would I make this change some. I'm fifty one years old. I've been doing the type of work that I had been doing. Which is kind of high touch white glove small commercial and high end residential essential work for about twenty years? And I like to think I was pretty good at it. I certainly enjoyed doing it. So what could possibly convince me to leave. The the circumstances were add my name on the door almost complete autonomy to do whatever I want to go do something that I have no real background in working on like. Why would anybody we do that? That's a reasonable question. I mean besides they tripled your salary and I'm not saying they did but I'm saying if that was the case then maybe so they didn't they didn't man. I'm just saying no but that was part of the consideration quite honestly because it's not just I will say this. So my compensation with where I work now is better than my best year ever at my last firm and my best year ever my last one was heavily contingent on bonuses and I was part of it and I didn't have any control all at my last firm over the bonus amounts. I could go eleven and a half months going. It's going to be great. It's GonNa be great and then one person decides that it's not going to be great. I have no controller controller which is one of the room one of the reasons why leaving so in a more structured manner. So let's get into this. I left for two major reasons and honestly honestly. I don't think anyone would be surprised by what those things were. Not because it was obvious due to my personal reasons or because my life is south there. Anybody can figure it out but because if you're going to leave a pretty amazing situation for the black abyss of doing something you've never done before. Yeah those reasons should be pretty obvious. I mean I think anybody could kind of rub two sticks together and come up with pretty educated guesses. Do I might do that. So first reason conflict inflict with one of the partners now. It wasn't anything nasty or salacious. It was just some fundamental disagreements on how things should be done and I'll say would you be. He's surprised to learn that I'm an opinionated person. Andrew no I know how particularly you are very particular all the time all the time and furthermore. I don't really care for situations where I feel like. I don't have a voice in the matter part of me thinks if you want my opinion you need to be prepared to act on it. I don't need facetime as time. I'm not that person. So the senior partner at my last firm has had his own practice where it's just been him calling the shots for twenty five or six or seven years or something like that now and hopefully. I'll say this in the most gracious way possible. Because I I care for him deeply I would even say I love him as a Human Ping but he was who he was and he was GonNa do what he felt was right no matter what which on one hand is a great attribute. You need to be have convictions and stand by those convictions. That doesn't necessarily make you a good business partner. So I struggled with the idea that no matter what I did or sad ed or however sound my arguments or my logic may be in the end. He was GONNA do whatever he wanted to do. I didn't love that. Yeah but I can understand that actually I I mean as a business owner for ten or so years that you get used to doing things the way you WanNa do him and you used to do them. I thought many times about whether or not I wanted to ever take on a partner and part of me as I know. 'cause I don't WanNa have to share responsibility. I wanted to share that. But you know the decision making process says yeah and it's hard I'm GonNa get a yeah the longer you do it. The harder it gets harder

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Man dies after being beaten in Christmas Eve mugging for $1

Laura Ingraham

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Man dies after being beaten in Christmas Eve mugging for $1

"Police in the Bronx say the sixty year old man who was punched and kicked and then robbed of one dollar on Christmas Eve died yesterday afternoon he was of the Bronx hospital where he was taken in critical condition after the mugging early Tuesday police say one first nada and another man were walking in the Bronx when several muggers approach them and demanded their property the two men refused and they were then attacked no arrests

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With win over Browns, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have nothing left to prove in 2019

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

03:43 min | 1 year ago

With win over Browns, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have nothing left to prove in 2019

"But because it's been an historic season for the Baltimore Ravens let's start there best record in the NFL now with evil eleven consecutive wins there is a little bit of a concern about an injury suffered on Sunday but man it's so much fun to watch potentially the NFL MVP operate even when it's a slow start and it was it was a slug best against Cleveland in the first half but eventually Lamar Jackson of the ravens they find themes all the Cleveland thirty nine just to sell checks in with pressure coming Jack to party down the seat he's got answers so six other rivers around the board Jackson out of the shot gun wants to throw blood pressure coming Jackson hit lots of the ads all so through action Jackson there's room at the ravens converse in the final minute of the opening half the Baltimore Ravens had nada nothing on the scoreboard in the first tab until a minute eighteen left to go they got stopped on fourth down there was the Lamar Jackson fumble that led to the Cleveland Browns scoring with a Dimitri's Heris touchdown reception there were multiple penalties in the Baltimore defense that kept Cleveland drives alive but as time is running out in that first half Lamar complete the bear deep passes first marking room and then to mark a Andrews those are his two favorite guys the marks for a touchdown would you here with Jerry Sandusky on the ravens radio network and then the brown so quickly go three and out but the rate would get the ball right back and they had that quick strike ability for their second touchdown the second for more dangers and so the raven score a pair of touchdowns in just over a minute and the entire game gets what Donna Ted and feel differently heading into the locker room the Cleveland Browns that had to be devastating to give up a pair of touchdowns like that the first one okay you're still trailing by just a point and that was because the Browns miss their extra point what do you go three and out not keep the ball away from Lamar Jack for the ravens give it right back you were feeding into what the ravens want to do then Baltimore starts the second half with a seven and a half minute drive this is their element this is what the ravens want to do that ball control that wears down your defense so they go thirteen plays and then mark Ingram scores right before you get injured so we did have a touchdown before he left with a calf injury the ravens are up twenty one six even without Ingram their next drive covers nearly seven minutes no it's only a field goal but those seven minute you're keeping the ball away from Cleveland Browns single possession of the third quarter that's it they had the ball for one possession for minutes that's it it's a really hard core when you don't have the football and so the ravens nearly double up the Browns in terms of yardage that dominated time of possession Lamar Jackson has three more touchdown passes he now is thirty six on the season which is a new single season franchise record for ravens quarterback he also log another one hundred three yards rushing and for the first time in franchise history the ravens are the one seed in the AFC and will have home field advantage throughout the

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NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick

FoundMyFitness

06:58 min | 1 year ago

NAD+, Nicotinamide Riboside, and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide with Rhonda Patrick

"I'm going to talk about a molecule that has become in recent eight years extremely relevant to the field of aging specifically. I'm referring to any D. plus which I will refer to. As N de for short and some of the related precursor molecules kills Nicotinamide riboside often referred to as an R. and nicotinamide mononucleosis tired often referred to as an these two precursor sir molecules are called an boosters which can both be found as consumer available supplements. Just in case. You've never heard of any. It's probably one of the most important molecules accuweather on the planet so important in fact that without it life would cease to exist to NATO boosters nicotinamide said nicotinamide mono nuclear tied at very high doses. This is an animal. Studies have both been shown to improve the way multiple tissues and cell types age including skeletal and heart muscle brain and stem cells. There have also I've been to preliminary clinical trials in humans showing nicotinamide riboside may raise energy levels in white blood cells. which is pretty darn cool however I still? I think there are many open questions that need to be answered regarding. Ad Boosters and I will touch on some of these concerns in this episode but the possibility that intracellular NASD may be increased from a supplement or several types of supplements is awfully interesting if not downright exciting for one. Simple reason energy levels decrease with age and a decrease in energy eighty levels across a variety of types of tissues is associated with many and naming many hallmarks of aging these hallmarks of aging that are associated with age related plated changes in the pool either directly or indirectly include things. Like loss of Proto. Stasis Might conroe Dysfunction Glucose Intolerance Insulin Insulin Resistance Cellular senescence altered epigenetics and more this is partly because the availability of promotes. DNA repair capacity while its decline is associated associated with the accumulation of DNA damaging reactive oxygen species another reason is because Nada's required for energy production so when energy levels decline as they do with age this results in less energy production in many tissues like the brain immune cells muscle etc.. That means those organs do not work as well as they once insted. During youth. When energy levels were maintained? Any ideas also required for the activation of a very important family of enzymes involved in longevity called Sir Tunes and the complete answer to why energy levels fall with age is still an open question. But there's a few things we do know. As we age chronic inflammation and immune activation two processes that consume NASD tend to go up and with them our need for DNA repair placing an immense demand on our energy pool. Meanwhile while our ability to produce and recycle tends to fall with age we're GONNA cover a lot of ground in this episode but I wanNA start with an overview of any D- Any any deal has a very important role in energy metabolism and can be synthesized in the body from a variety of dietary sources including the amino acid trip to fan which which is in tons of healthy foods like salmon spinach and nuts and the three forms of niacin which is vitamin B.. Three also found in foods like lean meats legumes veggies edges these three forms of vitamin B.. Three include nicotinamide also called Niacin nicotinic acid and nicotinamide riboside they are commonly referred to as Nice in equivalents but dietary sources of energy are not the major source of any D. The major source of energy is through a recycling mechanism that we will discuss later. The reason for that is because our organs require such large quantities of that it would be impossible to consume enough from our diet. So why why do we require such large quantities of any first and foremost energy plays a critical role in energy metabolism critical. Meaning without it. You can't make energy entity participates in back and forth processes of reduction and oxidation often referred to as Reebok's reactions these alternating conversions of NFC's oxidized form which Canady to its reduced form. An Age are crucial for the metabolism of glucose and fatty acids and the formation of ATP. Since both the oxidized is in reduced forms of amd are essential for these linked sets of reactions cells need to maintain massive concentrations of both and a D. and an age basically without these molecules. Not only would we cease to exist but life on our planet would cease to exist and it is also a cofactor for many different important enzymes in this context a cofactor means something that is required for an enzyme to work at has to bind to the enzyme and this activates the enzyme so it can performance function so. Let's talk about a few of these enzymes. Several these NATO required enzymes are inside the Mitochondria and this is another way and participates in the generation of energy aside from itself being a type of energetic currency it also acts as a cofactor for enzymes involved in the production of energy from glucose outside of the minor Qendra this is referred or to as glycolysis many types of cells us look like Hollis's as their primary source of energy. For example. Red Blood cells do not have any medical Andrea so one hundred percent of the energy. They require to perform their function of delivering oxygen and other goodies to other tissues in the body comes from glycolysis and plays a very important role in mitigating DNA. A damage you need repair damage to DNA. That is because any cofactor for one of the most important enzymes involved. In repairing DNA damage called part one the activation of part one requires an enormous amount of any D for example excessive DNA damage in subsequent one activation have been shown to decrease energy levels to twenty to thirty percent of its normal levels. The ability to repair DNA damage is important for longevity. LYMPHOBLASTIC cell lines established from blood samples of humans who were centenarians. One hundred years or older have significantly higher part one activity than cell lines established from younger individuals. That are seventy years old part. One activity has also been correlated with maximum lifespan. In mammals the higher the part one activity the longer lifespan. For example the activity of part one one was measured across multiple Mammalian species and the difference in powerpoint activity between the longest lived mammals tested which were humans and the shortest lived mammals tested. which were rats? It's was fivefold so not too much of a surprise but genomic stability which relies on energy in general and pop ones specifically maybe very important morton longevity is required to activate signaling proteins knowns or two which are highly conserved enzymes play roles in health span and longevity in multiple organisms uh-huh so to ends are linked to the regulation of variety of metabolic processes like the response to stress and the modulation of lifespan. The way they do this is through EPA genetic regulation so twins utilize ad to remove specific chemical structures called seal groups.

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Tunisia: Conservative law professor wins presidential race

Planet Money

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Tunisia: Conservative law professor wins presidential race

"A conservative professor with close ties to Tunisia's Islamist party has won the country's second democratic presidential elections since over through its dictator in twenty eleven and fears owner Beardsley reports official results from Sunday's runoff vote aren't expected until Tuesday polls indicate sixty one year old kai decides he'd will come out on top with between seventy two and seventy seven percent of the vote rival not be as Carolee a secular media mogul who recently served jail time was projected to win between twenty three and twenty seven percent Saeed is an independent outsider buddies supported by moderate Islamist party and nada which one last week's parliamentary elections side has promised to hand more power to young people and local governments Tunisia which had the only successful Arab spring revolution is today struggling to revive tourism create jobs and stem Islamic

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The latest on Trump's Ukraine drama

Laura Ingraham

07:28 min | 1 year ago

The latest on Trump's Ukraine drama

"Anyway this situation with regards to Ukraine and the vice president it's all simply about him at our end former vice president and of course the president United States basically Democrats can't do anything while Joe Biden is running. there you go this whole story is so stupid it kills brain cells without the benefit of alcohol because they're trying to say that trump called it what during a phone conversation with the Ukrainian prime minister that that Ukrainian president when it when he was having a phone conversation with him that he was encouraging him to carry out an investigation of hunter Biden and all of everything that they have going on the money that the bidens were making off of this activity in Ukraine which we're gonna get into in detail in case you are in the weeds and you don't know exactly what's going on it's kind of important to know because there's I mean there's actual we have the paper trailers actual evidence of this whereas the story that ran and I'll pull it up here in a minute as soon as everything quits freezing this story that ended up running. it that everyone is reacting to is this guy who's been called a whistleblower who is in the trump administration which can I have a definition as to what a whistle blower is because he didn't blow the whistle on anything if anyone were to actually read this idiotic see in an article and I actually read it unlike the people talking about it out there I read things this is why I'm often rush because see I'm not like these old these outdated people who don't know the internet that are on the radio this is where we're kicking the **** of everybody on air because unlike all of those people I don't outsource all my research to a staff who bring the stacks of things I actually I'm smart enough to read it so there you go anyway yes I am sassy but it is a here I have your people in the right talking about this now makes up you didn't read this you know you did you want to memorandum and you click the top conservative looking link and you decided to regurgitate whatever that wash up this CNN article that is they came out and and and all my gosh I have some serious medium all practice where is it this is where I have a history of according this came out just a couple of days ago this is what everyone is reacting to this article there's no this whistleblower who's in the trump administration blowing the whistle on trumped up looking to blow the whistle you just blow and they say that the sister Danny this could actually be impeachable I just. way way if you open the link up I'm gonna put it up on Facebook if you open the link up when you scroll scrolling still since I mention the article I'm still swirling way way way here it is it's one of the last. so so crazy that whistle blower that is apparently trying to tell all the media that trump was being mean and he's trying to bully his opponent out of the race by telling telling you craned investigators son this is without this is what it actually says the whistleblower didn't have direct knowledge of the communications official briefed on the matter told CNN instead the concerns from the whistleblower came in part from learning some information that was not obtained during the course of their work. okay can we just stop everything right here now do you still I'm happy and because it's Monday high delish adolescent official election Facebook you think I'm crazy now. a question your question please a whistleblower the last four match at all with that first part a story which is called the headline yeah so let me just look to see guys now the headline says new revelations deepens scandal over trump whistle blower complaint hi Lou whistleblower what's with the blowing you know all my gosh so. I'll wait here it is way down here the whistleblower didn't have direct knowledge of the the whistleblower did know Jack crap let's just let's just not even do the word salad whistle blower new not in how about that well instead it's gossip. holy crap then everybody's grandma is a whistleblower because this that just sounds like I'm a real if you sell the gold tersely gossip I go to church I can say that you don't I mean. they were just decided they were gossiping on stuff that's what this says what's your new nada overweight the wire why is it even a whistleblower because usually for a whistleblower you're blowing the whistle on something there's information involved I feel as though I was I was cheated in the sale. you know I feel like I was cheated just saying it's like when you get a when you get one of those freezer pepperoni pizzas and has all the pepperoni on top of it and then you get at home when you open it up there's like one or two pieces of pepperoni on it this isn't even the pepperoni I'm so cheated right now. but this is this is and no one is talking about this everyone is glossing over this no one is going back to the fact that well you know the whistle blower actually didn't know anything so that's the that's the debate that's about it so this is a I I'm I'm I'm not shocked how could one blow the whistle on something they have no direct knowledge of if they have zero direct knowledge which is exactly what the CNN story says which is up to them how can they be Alyssa how can you even use that label yeah well see here's the story here's the real thing. Democrats are trying to protect Joe Biden from an actual Ukrainian scandal they're trying to make it from scandal this is the same playbook that they use with the Russia crap they're trying to make this rushes grow trumps thing one actually was their thing as Democrats were literally conspired with Russia they were accusing troubles literally conspiring with Russia this is what they do you see this. it's like you're is two siblings who are fighting I think I can tell this in parables for the drive bys it has two siblings fighting and someone hits as you know one sibling hit the other seven takes a toy and then says that sibling hit me. that's what this is like Joe Biden actually and what we're gonna get into it I'm hold up cause I guess some of the stuff to to hit upon. so then we got some old audio from from biting on the stuff as well. but then here's here's the thing I can play this or second audio semi twenty seven bill weld I literally just forgot who he was hang I forget who he is every time run for president no he's still running I think yeah he hang on let me. may I see I don't even care enough about this data he's somebody he was like way back an old tiny days he was the governor of Massachusetts and I was in elementary school so whatever skews me when I was in from forever throughout my basically of elementary junior high and high school career he was pretty much the governor of Massachusetts old timey he's like a thousand years old he's I've you know what I mean even in the mood today I am in the mood today I drove all weekend I'm not even these people have got me they're tempted me they're tempted me today you know maybe have five soft use for like forty minutes ago. you know you just send some Ellis impervious Tom's quit semi the bags and idea who will do it a study them bill weld like you know what I'm having kind of a tough time here in the primary where we just execute my opponent listen talk about pressure in a foreign country to interfere with and control a U. S. selection it couldn't be clearer and that's not just undermining democratic institutions that is treason treason pure and simple and the penalty for treason under the US code is death that's the only pen only. only on the constitution is removal from office and that might look like a pretty good alternative to the president if he could work out a plea deal on the legal framework is under the U. S. criminal code the

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Stealth bomber for Area 51 crowd? U.S. military unit apologizes for tweet

Armstrong and Getty

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Stealth bomber for Area 51 crowd? U.S. military unit apologizes for tweet

"The I'll just read this to you. there were fears thousands could storm area fifty one on Friday. no there weren't nobody fear that nobody know about what happened not a single person not a single media child thought that briefly and then you explained of notes joke made say okay maybe some old general thought her orders is I'm hearing they're gonna storm a poster. the guard and then some younger airforce guy explain the internet to the older man. so nobody feared it but at by apparently the P. R. arm of the U. S. military. we've hit the. put it put out a tweet that showed a photo of a stealth bomber. and it said that. this will be the last thing you say. in response to the area fifty one thing and hashtag it so people know what they're talking about that is here it is hash the the last thing hashtag millennials we'll see if they attempt the area fifty one raid today alongside a photo military men and women standing in front of a B. two stealth bomber well on Saturday the the easy unit to apologize the Pentagon apologize treating that that was highly improper and in no way supports the stance of the department of defense. I was afraid that it did we apologize for this mistake we will row view the people involved all for the love of happened some guy in here for some young guy who completely understands what's going on with that great bless the site last thing you'll see it all the people are tweeting about the we're gonna strawberry fifty one. he was in on the joke and everybody enjoy themselves yeah it seems like a great way to kind of be a part of the story with the AMA knowledge in the absurdity of it that that seems awesome I I all that's that's disappointing right right but I get it in on the. you're the United States military jokes are not your specialty now I suppose now and I can understand why yeah they're Sears nice picture of a a woman in a very very skimpy one piece silvery bathing suit who turned out for the event and her boyfriend in a silvery jumpsuit which as we all know is the preferred address of the the preferred outfit of the alien the closest thing to it being stormed I saw was I believe a youtuber assembled about a hundred other factions and did a little fake Braveheart style charge towards offense that the guy had a plunger in his hands and he said is that we're gonna plunge the truth out of these aliens some sort of a quid pro quo for the probing of years past nada the man in the silver jumpsuit is so wearing what appears to be purple face which is very much like brown face which is someone like black face so I think he should be docks then outed and hounded out of any any possibility of happiness for the rest of his life. any possibility of acting as for the rest of his life as that is what must happen if anybody offends the woke crowd on the

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"nada" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"nada" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"That doesn't mean you don't have opinions about policy in, in fact, a late around in the book, you get to descriptions of US policy towards Iraq in the occupation and afterwards, you clearly have opinions about those. But as an analyst, how do you keep that opinion from getting into the work product, you're creating well, and that's really? One of the, the crux of the analytic tradecraft is making sure that you remove bias. So you're always need a made aware by your peers or the writing process itself when you're doing the analysis and part of the process helps eliminate the bio. Let's get to the chronology of your book, really that the bulk of your work, it's about Iraq during the period when a senior manager, that I knew well, when you would know as well described the post invasion scenario in Iraq as going from bad to batter to worse, and you talk through all of that with specific focuses on your jobs in how you did them early on you right in hopes of making yourself invaluable around the office. You said yes to everything, including volunteering just a matter of weeks after the US, led invasion in early two thousand three to go to an assignment in Iraq. What were you doing in Iraq when you first got there? And how did that evolve? What I thought there was a really a set role or anybody just I knew it. My marching orders were for my team headquarters. There had been another team member ahead of me. So he gave me the two hour lay of the land in you got back and I headed out. So when I landed really my whole focus was still trying to confirm the concern that we had prior to the invasion. And if there were changing I needed to report, those through channel. And then in addition to that continuing to look for signs that they're Kelly was still building an organization inside of Iraq. I mention of Masaba Cowan that takes a whole portion of the book your early work in Iraq seemed to focus a lot on looking what you describe, as looking backwards trying to describe the relationship or lack thereof between Saddam Hussein and Okada. Before the invasion, instead of some of the analytic problems, you clearly found most compelling which were what's happening now. And where is someone like Zarko going talk a little bit about the tension, you felt out there, working on those issues that were being requested by policymakers in Washington instead of building up some of that analytic work to help prevent catastrophes in the future. Right. I think you summed it up perfectly while I was out there. We're still having to confirm this historic analytic bottom line versus looking for current threat was coming up on the horizon, trendy evaluate. You know, the time is base that we were in currently that was incredibly frustrating. Things are starting to go downhill, very quickly inside of Iraq. The insurgency started to rise. There was the UN bombing. There was a major Shiama bombing, so there were several things that were starting to have an inside of Iraq that we felt like we're more repressing need than continuing to answer some of these questions about evidence that the administration had been using to invade Iraq, that's carbon for the horse on. And it just seemed to, to be a distraction that was not needed. Among the real characters in this book that you talk about is a member of the former Saddam Hussein regime that you had the chance to interact with in the interogations nicknamed him evil Hagrid talk a little bit about him and why he mattered mattered because he had been in leadership circle of Iraqi intelligence service under Saddam, so he had a lot of knowledge about not only historical connections, but he had a lot of knowledge about where there any operations in place for them to act on either overseas or inside of Iraq, once the US and baited, why did you call them evil? Hagrid..

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"nada" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"nada" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"And tracking down terrorists, but the truth is often filled with personal and political challenges beyond those that screenwriters, imagine, Nita Bacchus worked in several jobs at CI including a targeting officer focusing on the founder of al-qaeda in Iraq, Abu Musab, all's are cobby in her new book, the target or she describes the experiences and challenges. She faced along the way last week. David got on the phone with Nita to talk about what the targeting officer, does what it was like interrogating detainees in Iraq and the difficulties she encountered in getting her book to print, it's the law, fair podcast episode four hundred twenty three native Bucko on the target are. Nato. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. You betcha. You've got a remarkable book, that's out the, the target or is, is the title. And that's title that may not resonate with everybody until they read it to find out this description of job that few people really understand within the CIA, and we're going to get to it, your subtitle, being my life in the CIA hunting terrorists, and challenging the White House. We're going to break down each part of that. But I wanna start a little bit earlier. How did you get to the point where you were even working at CIA? What road took you there? I was really focused on working overseas. And at the time that I finished undergraduate, it just didn't seem plausible that a US employer would pay me to work overseas. We were in a bit of a recession grad full just kind of seemed out of my grasp the time trying to figure out how to pay for it. Probably just pulled around for a few years. And finally implied. Now, something happened before you even.

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"nada" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"nada" Discussed on Z104

"German NADA also known as lady Gaga today that sold over twenty seven million albums and one hundred and fifty million singles worldwide when she was starting out. She was recommended to music producer, rob FU. Sorry who has hits with beyond say Will Smith, Whitney, Houston and more. They collaborated and eventually started dating he claims to have been the first to call her lady Gaga saying it was derived from the Queen song radio Gaga all day hits. Number one, hit music station c one zero four. Thank you. Jetson me. Me. That happens. Yeah. Shag is Jordan happy Tuesday morning Gina's. Right. I said Tuesday.

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"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"Show he was actually telling me we he was talking about sort of his come up and some of his early struggles and frustrations and he was telling me that you actually gave him some good advice that he always thought about the different ups and downs of the game and the different waves and how you know you always kind of have to take the long view of it and it's just too on the other end of it here you talk about this new generation after i just had him tell this advice that he thinks about all the time from you that's that's cool man gyms a fucking great dude he yeah he's he's like one of the one of those guys right now that's kind of like on the forefront of this whole new wave of cats like him in happier like those guys i and like and but there's like a lesion of kids out there and it's it's it's it blows me away you know and so after toying dave nada doing dave nada should again i was like you know like doing stuff with funnier records and like all this stuff like kind of recharge my batteries reinspired me and his and i realized that like i don't take myself serious what i'd take everything i do serious but i understand like who i'm understanding more of who i am and like what i could do to like really have a voice or like a platform not just for myself but like for like this whole younger generations it was like i'm getting older like i feel like feel like papa but i'll more and more importantly like i wanna be a teacher as well you know and i want to flex in that sense now so it's like all right you know punk rock in bands dave nada my twenties deejay producer dave nada in his thirties like i turned forty this year so it's like i'm curious to know where that's going to take me like like these like these erez pat like everything i've been going through and now being recharged as a deejay and producer yet and like i said earlier i'm starting a new label tits worth and tell me about that so i'll how deep i can go into it but like i was talking to jesse man and and the same way like people like toy selector and other people like a c slater everyone's like you should do a label like your you're not you are you are dave nada like like this is a good time and they're absolutely right and then when i'm thinking globe's i don't just think latin and portuguese violate whatever like i'm thinking like like asia india like everywhere you know what i mean like there's so much muse amazing shit happening out there and i would just love to like explore and tap into it and like hopefully maybe give it a platform absolute and i think it needs that i mean some of my i i don't talk about this a lot on this show but you know i mean some of my favorite deejays in the entire world are people from that global baser or the tropical world whatever you wanna call it like a guy like up route andy i was just gonna say might be my favorite dj he's exact same he's just incredible and even think about guys who get into more of the academic side like dj rupture or something like that bronco from fatah like branca's yes another one but what i'm saying is there isn't a whole for all of that you know what i mean like it's still feels very fractured and a lot of those guys it feels like they operate independently so i love that idea man i mean if you could even not that you have to be the godfather this ship but if you could even just advance it towards being bringing everyone in bringing everyone together that would be amazing i'm gonna it's definitely something i would love to try again it's it's a lot of self realization in this past year figuring out purpose you know and as we all do you get older was it hard to let go of that initial like mothership tour rockstar dj thing i mean yeah there was it was a funk man yeah sure like i it it definitely checks you get checked hard and does it to everyone exactly yeah and and you know when you're the top man that should is not fuck an easy either that's no like fucking cruise you know your high stress like i.

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"Like it's a weird time right yeah it is especially for a weird nada stream too we're not always gonna be weird yeah yeah what it's just you know the the dance music industry right now i think it is in a time of transition but i don't think anyone really knows where it's heading and it's just a strange time to do that you were talking about the album 2015 critically acclaimed right but then industry is in this weird place where the critical claim doesn't always match up with the business side and you know somebody can and i'm not talking about you but you know somebody could spot on welfare but you know somebody could like put out something that is just critically loved an important record and then still have trouble paying rent like the industry is just not matching up with the art in a weird way right now yeah it's and it's like i think it's because like the way things have changed the way people digest music now and the way like yeah like i wish they could match up the way like ideally awesome it used to in a way like when we first started the records everyone thought were the most exciting the most interested generally not all the time but a lot of the time the people making those records would see some success from it yeah for sure and nowadays it's sort of it's like a weird ripple effect almost like someone will make something influential but not get the or the business for it but then you see the effects of what they've done later and it becomes something that is marketable or you know makes more sense to throw money at i don't know yes we're i mean it's one more thing maybe that's actually not a new thing because now that i think about it there's plenty of examples throughout musical history of the originators of something not getting their due at the time i mean that's that's a very typical story right i remember being interviewed for what was it generation base and they got him was like kinda like just being like yeah like so you know like pioneers always get left behind how do you feel like real talk i was like yeah like it's your it's that's true statement how i definitely don't feel good about that if that but i get it but i think the difference between you and maybe this fictional character we're talking about is that you're not stock still trying to like make moomba tone work or get some kind of recognition or sign off of that i mean you're still out here the reason we couldn't do this last week was because you had too many studio says you're still out here pushing and that's another thing i wanted to ask is kind of what for dave nada what are you working right now that's really exciting for you so yeah like right now is a really interesting time so i guess i like seventeen i kind of i went out there did a tour is the first time i did a dave nada thing quote unquote for a long time because it was like it was not as was mostly the focus and and you know and talk for like you know let's let's just like let's just chill for a bit and then and you know just not force anything we literally have like an album's like more than an hour of music that we're just kind of sitting on but it's gotta be right yeah and you know we're still working on shit i mean we we i mean we're we're still doing shit but like like let's cincinati strum is no longer like that main focus of ours like it was a good time for both of us to kind of do our thing and so now with dave nada torrington and like you know i'd like suber reinspired by what's happening in the global basing and like the like like like them bows back stronger than ever movement tone is like popping it's exciting again when i had gesture on the.

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"Like everyone's like starstruck cameras everywhere and sunny hot hit a higher like crazy security right because i in mexico like it's it's been a thing where like people like people like him get kidnapped and reichheld for ransom first time in mexico horse span and you know even if you take out the crazy shit the kidnapping just that no no no i mean that's amazing to think about but you know even here in the states like i think about that level of fame and i think about you know because i don't know sunny well known a little bit super nice guy just chill loki guide and to you know to have to deal with that there was a time in my career when i would look at someone in his position and be like yeah i want that that's what i'm trying to be if i had my dream that's what it would be but then you see things like that and you see how much it affects their day to day lives man like i can't even imagine you can't go outside sometimes you know or you have to make elaborate plans to go to the grocery store you know anything like that some people are built for that ship and that's also true that's also true but like he yeah i can't i remember seeing then just being like fuck man that's like the same shit you're saying it's like wow like do i really wanted exactly yeah but i was like a good stunt double for sunny on that great people think you were him it was awesome because i because it's sunny would try to like sneak off onto the bus goes some other else and i'll be like i was like a throw them off and i like run out one way with my shaved side hair whatever and then it'd be like sony turn around they're like so so sad i'm like bitch sonny's taking the other side stewed is fucking riverside any autographs as sunny i don't think i did feel like that might be you gotta be pretty like fucked up to like to think that i was still sunny that close yeah that's true i mean that i mean people are fucking ravers vin who knows who knows what they're on but like yeah i don't think i think it went that far but it'd be like on some like losey like running through the festival crowd like shit sonny would get chased i can imagine i would forget that sometimes because i remember we were we did like we were in australia a festival tour and me and matt let's go catch the round table knights they're playing at the small stage and sonny's guys going and i was like oh we're going to catch our friends roundtable nights he's like can i come with you like yes sure we are going to like gen pop and he's like oh and really what we're like oh yes you're studying goes we can he's like nuts let's just go this is for you sure he's like yeah this is this is this is go forward and then like we're just be lining to the stage and then you just hear in the distance so this is like what's that movie finding nemo whereas the fuck in the birds what like that after another he's just getting chased be lining to the fucking state the tent right in a stage sunny man he's fucking he's magic men and for you guys i you know maybe it didn't reach a scroll x level but you guys were really popping for a few years there i mean touring all over the world putting out all these amazing releases working with all these crazy people what are some of the highlights just off the top of your head a couple moments that really stuck out for you that that fabric show selling definitely one for sure thousands like a moment to where we just like fabric is like an institution that we've always wanted to play and always wanted to like go into the going to europe and just gonna like playing just epic times for me and matt and then you know the massive that was such a family of fair and so seeing like all the shit that in and mad of gone through and and still still being together like still like putting out records i mean we're pretty chilin right now but like it's you know we're we're not like we're not not gonna keep doing shit you even post moomba tone you guys put out an album you.

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Back To Back

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"These these producers have like they just flip my brain upside down and what's interesting is i those guys all to certain extents are kind of the underground heroes of their day yeah so switch wanted to put out records and me about where like i guess we should call ourselves something for this ep so that's not us room was born and then so we were detained for a while before we actually started making records and producing together and then finally when that ep came out if i can hit number one on report and we were like crazy after that yeah like we were just like so blown away because like having number one be port in two thousand nine yeah or two thousand two thousand eight i think yet to that around that time it was that was like having like dj mag number one billboard number one for rc so yeah it was such a mind fuck and we were just like losing it and we were like laughing so hard like what the fuck how quickly did all the rest of it come in you know management booking agent going on tour all that kind of stuff was it pretty much right away so like like me and matt we didn't have a booking agent for a while and we didn't have like a team until we came out to la so like we were in two thousand ten i i remember this because i moved from chicago to dc a few months before that and i remember i was so stoked 'cause i knew all these people and then literally within a couple months of moving to dc everyone knew away i i remember i was like low kilo crashed for a couple of months there man i wasn't mad at you guys but i i was just a little bummed i remember that they like fuck man willie joy move the dc we all left yeah because they after me and met moved because we were thinking about moving to la for like it took us about a year to finally make the decision to switch switch wanted to bring his on and be part of his production team manages and we're like well we felt like we we did all we could tc you felt like you're hitting a ceiling a little bit yeah we were like well let's see where the this can take us and that was like such a big deal for us because we just we never lived anywhere else except for dc and i live in baltimore a little while but you know towel man i think anyone who knows you guys knows your roots go pretty deep air ammon i mean we we still flex on it hundred percent but yeah that was that was like a that was such a big deal and then finally like we're like yeah let's do it man like dave's the fucking man he's a homey and he's it was great it was i mean we made the decision and it was crazy because right when we were leaving dc you hall opened up which is easy music hall which is like a legendary dc night for yet that was like just starting to like open that'd be that was like you hall was around and moving tone became viral it was all these things were happening like at once right and not a strom like we were already kind of you guys out that we were popping on some like electra house shit and then and then we're like all right like we're moving la but then like when we were to la we were coming back to dc every month because as i started doing momento a massive and did that for four years that for anyone listening is your monthly party yeah was my monthly movement own party we like brought mucci out for the very first one it was like his debut he flight i remember terrified yeah those parties men and i've actually talked about those parties on this show before so vibe that.

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Back To Back

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"And shit that are in that are involved in clear for an official because it it's it's like a frankenstein you know like there's like okay like what is and the minute we have like they're like okay well let's let's do a real version you know and then we tried and it just we couldn't recapture that magic from the original edit yup and it was just like too much of a headache to try to clear the g so it just never happened unfortunately but i thought it was cool that that chucky and his and his team wanted to to make it like a like a like a real one that's forward thinking and then you were just talking about how now the dutch are making movement it's amazing just ahead of the curve with that yeah i've never i've like i've never cross pass with was with aphrodisiac himself so curious curious to and like i mean he's never like like he's never really acknowledged it or me right i don't know maybe he has and i just it's totally possible he you know knows all about it but just never reached out to you know yeah but i mean i've heard some of his new stuff and it's like oh yeah great i mean just like i i'm a huge fan so i wanna get him on this show me if i if i i'm a hundred per second me too much hey man i'm down to get roasted so let's before the tone days how did you meet matt nordstroms your partner in nada strobe that's mahat muscle i love man is he's literally my brother that isn't from my mother matt norstrom we i've met him through jesse tits worth the reason we kind of linked up was it was that summer of two thousand six and i was like a resident at tax little baltimore and jiang around locally yeah and thinking that this might be something you wanted to pursue no actually like the thing with matt like not as from came up because so so jesse i i was i was like like one hundred i was like fully focused on like dave nada quote unquote right right like this whether it was the one that kinda courage me to learn how to produce and like we are being a book baltimore club records he put out my first record on tna like that was a huge deal for me and you know it made me realize okay cool i can actually make records this is huge and so i was in full dave nada mode and i was like you know how to punch of residencies and baltimore and dc just like just that's all i was saying it's like you were trying to take it seriously yeah for sure okay yeah and then jesse was just like oh man he's like is it cool of like i was like my friend matt you guys have a lot like similar tastes amusing as it cool like he's vacuum like linke with him like email i'll send you his mix he's trying to get some feedback on this mix and i'm just like yeah for sure and then some in me and magistrate emailing and you know sending each other mixes and i'm like oh this is cool man like you know yeah it was tight and then he came to baltimore i think i think i think chrome os playing he he came to tax and then that's kind of the legendary club night that's like like after like like posed like hollered onyx like tax was crazy like if you look at like the the lineups like from if you look back at all the flyers and the lineups this isn't saying everybody is like yeah would be headlining coachella at this point yeah yeah like no joke and it's.

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Back To Back

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"Cops get call whatever like we just run round into the woods there's like there was like oh there was like a football field behind the house that like went into the woods oh so you guys you guys definitely before yeah yeah that's a typical high school plan yeah yeah mike was playing reggae tone and kids who are just fucking like partying and shit and then he's like iron man like he's like he's like jump on like so everyone's dancing reggae tone and i was like i i'm not going to shoehorn of this fucking one thirty pm electro house long but i had the afrin jack song so you know moomba was like that fucking jam but i remember thinking like all that all those all the dutch house of senate like fast reggae tone to me so i'll just like well just slow it down and then just like mix it and slowly bring it back up and so i slowed it down and then an muga just the fucking dumbo just came in is you know it's it's all sub you know like frequencies on it so it just kinda like took you know just like swallowed everything and it just came into harder than the regular shit and then like the kids just like fuck yeah like everyone's like into it and then they had another drop came and then that's when like fucking everyone just laws it i was like holy shit the south and mazing like one hundred i didn't want to speed it up because it sounded so cool so then i was like well let me try riverside and riverside and that should fucking popped off and i was like oh my god i gotta make so the kids were fucking they loved it and then i think we'll maybe i didn't other song or two and then they're just like you'll cut it cut it like i call the cops like and then the kids just aren't just gathering like cockroach amazing story to start this whole chapter of your life what is funny because i i grew up playing party rocket yob like reggae tone and dumbo like dancehall but i wasn't like super into reggae tone so when i started making those edits i was like well i wanna like you know make sure it has these familiar reggae tone yards two elements you know so it can't just be like a slow as like dutch house rave song and and i was just like all wanna give these i'll sprinkle like some guy at this some daddy yankee's shit you know this signature kind of even like try to be super cheesy with it because at the time reggae tone was super poppy and just kind of you know like houses like well let me let me try to find a balance between like the two elements and then you know just kept it really simple it wasn't anything i didn't do anything that crazy to them i still remember i remember the email you sent out it was just like to maybe i don't know fifteen twenty days a couple yeah tops and it was just like hey guys like i just made these weird edits i don't really know what to do with like yeah like kind funny 'cause i was like i didn't know what any my friends with think right right well because it was so no one could have predicted it right have you ever talked to africa jak about this or have you ever heard his reaction i've never talked to jack never even heard reaction phone i've talked chucky dj chucky and i've actually hung out with him we were actually because we did a couple tours together crossing paths whether it was like a cream fields or stereo sign like some australia and that's where i got to know him and he's ease alleged man so he he him and his manager we were actually going to legitimately release the momentum and and this is the funny thing about madonna's at super bootlegging in you know it's it's edits wrestle there's all these samples.

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Back To Back

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"Every week if you have an extra couple seconds leave us a rating and review on i tunes as always that truly does help you know it's just a cool little way that if you like this show you can help us out for free that's all and in return another thing we're doing for you guys is the back to bangers spotify playlist this is a playlist that i update every single week out on spotify it's got all of the new music for myself my guests and all of the music that we talk about in these conversations that you're listening to then getting some great feedback it's just a good companion piece for the podcast i'm gonna put the link to that in the description of this episode and if you really want to dig deeper into the history of moomba tone i actually did a half hour set of moumouh tone classics on my new sirius xm show called back to back radio that's airing wednesday nights nine pm pacific so go check that out if you've got serious and we're going to get that set posted up a little later for everybody else to i had a blast making it it's just something i wanna share with everybody as always you can email me at backback pod g mail dot com with all of your questions concerns i did actually have somebody emailed me with a medical question last week i always make some jokes about that but that's the first time it actually happened i said back some advice i don't think it was very good i am a musician i'm not a doctor that being said if you have more medical questions i'm happy to talk about it what's going on what's happening all right all right so for this conversation with dave nada man david i go so far back in the game we share this crazy history and you'll hear us talk about this in the interview but i just like to make a point because i think it's so special he and i were the first people to book each other outside of our home city ever ever so dave brought me out to dc that was my first time ever playing outside of chicago where i was living at the time and then about a month later i brought him out to chicago and this was back in the day when deejays would throw their own parties in their home cities zaveri regional thing iraq really hadn't blown up to the level that we see it now and man i just have so much not style just so many good memories from those days we're gonna get into all of that but suffice it to say i just love dave he's a legend from his baltimore club roots to being a part of the dj duo nada strom who made incredible mind blowing records for years and years and years and album an amazing mix tape to creating moomba tone it's wild to say that how many people can say they actually invented john rea and you'll hear dave he's even a little humble about wanting to take the credit but i give him everything for it because honestly i can't think of another trend in dance music that has influenced the culture of music in america in the last five years or so more than moomba it's everywhere the rhythms the melodies it's in the biggest pop records and without dave making it happen kind of by accident which you'll hear about again in this interview none of it would have happened so amazing story and now he's added again kind of the vanguard of a new wave of tropical base global sounds i could go on and on but i just wanna let you guys hear this conversation let's get into a right now this is me and dave nada back to back lesko.

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Back To Back

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Back To Back

"This is back that what's up back to backers this is willie joy welcome to the show this is back to back this is my podcast how's everybody doing out there hope you're having a good july hope you had a good fourth of july you know it's one of those holidays that feels weird to celebrate when our country is in such a weird state but i hope you were family i hope you were with friends you got the day off work you know it's the little things i hope you had a good one i am so excited about today's episode it's one i've been trying to set up for a long time for my guest today i sat down with one of my old friends the creator of moomba tone dave nada a true legend in the game this was so long overdue and man you can just hear us catching up over the course of this conversation he and i share some crazy history i'm gonna get into it and just a minute it before we do it's everybody's favourite part of the show the business i haven't brought this up in a few weeks but i would be remiss and less i made sure that everyone out there is subscribed to this show all you have to do is just click subscribe on whatever platform you used to listen if you're on soundcloud just follow us and what that does what that means is that every week when there's a new episode it's just gonna pop right up for you you don't have to worry about missing it you don't have to remember what day of the week it comes out we'll take care all that bullshit for you and just give you free new awesome content.

"nada" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nada" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Ernie michael nada is joining me next with me ben putting off buying new glasses xeni optical offers a huge variety of high quality stylish frames and state of the art optics starting at just six dollars and ninety five cents we've got all the great frame styles you want and materials like titanium carbon fiber in high luster acetate plus xeni offers prescription glasses and sunglasses so this great price you can build your i wear wardrobe you can get ten percent off your entire order with code three six zero so visit xeni z e n n i today at xeni optical dot com and use code three six zero welcome back we have more breaking news you're looking at images right now president trump leaving the white house we learned just now that he has arrived at walter reed medical center where he is visiting his wife melania trump as you may recall she was admitted at walter reed yesterday to have surgery to treat a benign kidney condition the first lady's office says that the first lady will remain at the hospital for the rest of the week cnn has confirmed that a wealthy qatari businessmen automated i'll remain he did in fact attend beatings with trump transition officials in december two thousand sixteen at the president's personal lawyer michael cohen briefly popped in during at least one of those meetings over the weekend michael have a naughty the lawyer for adult film actress stormy daniels tweeted photos of remain he and cohen from that day joining me right now is mr vanity thanks so much for joining us a spokesman for remain he told cnn today that they did meet the president.

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"nada" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nada" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"I thought it was so beautifully put together and it was it was made by a critic name coca nada and south korean and i went back and i got so obsessed with watching he does a lot of short films that get released on the criterion releases so he compiled like a thing for the before movies which you love and he compiled a thing for like hitchcock kitsch acts view the i like a twominute thing and this is his first feature and i was just i had no idea that columbus you're looking at me like i'm insane this may be my most pretentious choice for sure yeah know you that know that little girl was a little girl and she's gonna yet she gives that look of like we're harker posey's in it and movies automatically better with the plo parker posey enter my last three americanmade tom cruise does a lot about that i liked wonderwoman near was the best of the cpr films and i did put the last july in my honorable mentions because it's 5050 it is fiftyfifth so it's not in my next list which is biggest disappointments and it certainly not my lease favorite phone well i'll say one more moment i loved i oh there's two more moments on my thing i love the florida project right now which is getting louder nominations willem dafoe it's great i saw it again a second time you can't don't far a movie you haven't seen r k a k her enough i ain't i like hey you're snatch snatched all respect smith's you're right speaking if you want chris if you want crazy insane chris maloney he's in a s s i by show called happy with an exclamation looks amazing the unicorn.

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"nada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The catalan region so yes they think that he spoke stay in the independentist still pressurising hen now and they want friday to be the day that an independent catalonia is finally declared blessed that goes ahead as you foresee what impact will this have not just in catalonia it on spain is a whole i think this whole crisis m has had an impact on all of spain already and political instability festival people are concerned right across spain may spaniards do not once cattle yet to break of the rest of spain and all step forget within catellani there are many many catalans who also want to remain part of spain as well the political instability has had a knockon effect of economic instability and nearly one thousand five hundred companies have moved their legal headquarters out of barcelona all the rest of linnea send for the rest of spain is that they will have a further impact on the whitest a spanish economy which of course has just clawed its way back at with doubledip recession the eu therefore is also watching closely spain is the fourth largest economy in the year i said the issues of nationalism separatism and economic as well as political they say which is so visible a hair in the catalan conflict out of concern right across the continent catch adler a united nationsbacked report has concluded that the syrian government was behind a chemical attack on the town of khan shake hoon early this year which killed about ninety people investigators that the nerve agent sarin was dropped from an aircraft earlier this week russia used its veto at the un security council to block further investigation into chemical attacks in syria here's a un reporter nada tufic this is the fourth time the un let inquiry has found the assad regime responsible for using chemical weapons against its own citizens the teams previous report detailed three uses of chlorine gas used as a weapon in violation of international law and the latest enquiry said the panel was confident that the syrian government use the deadly sarin nerve agent in hunch it hoon on april fourth and that.

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"nada" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"nada" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Most dangerous place to drive yeah roy railroad so the there was also seeking of righty papers name of this movie nada one of my favorite things in researching this movie is this bit of very circular trivia they gave the i am trivia pitch it's a it blew my mind when so just buckle in so how do you papers character is given the name not up our is giving the name nor he's referenced throughout the entire movie as nada which in spanish means nothing the name is most likely a reference to george nada the main character for rain nelson shorts or eight o'clock in the movie which is the basis for this film they added and so much extra information right to that just says is yeah his name is not in the movie which is a reference to this guy we don't need to know get the origin of the word not a i know spanish yet look it's a kid the name of the name of the character in the story that the movie specifically based on yep that like saying like trivia for jurassic park is samuel's character is named alain grant which is likely taken from the character ellen grad from the novel tresic bar exactly like i was really hoping grant is something that a government we mentioned the score earlier it's put them in the loop and that's the entire film it's a john carpenter again working with alan howarth who he also worked on needed help yeah hill to write that i figured he's just sitting there he's like man after halloween he's like i can do anything yet keyboard me a pace how you play this thing what has mobutu's figured out tear notes on base and is like get enough nailed it right yeah that was the first time he of that he's like are we recall let's let's take the rehearsal just in case gulbuddin that's all alan howarth did apparently was just do what lara's doing right now is just handle the technicals lie will you just bangs away on his asio lyra allies something that someone.

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