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Kyle Rittenhouse Appreciates the Support He Received During Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | Last week

Kyle Rittenhouse Appreciates the Support He Received During Trial

"Talk about the details and the specifics of you have to go every single day. And you're not allowed to say anything until you took the stand, which I want to ask you about, how much were you sleeping at those nights? Like, how are you? How are you dealing with that? You're an innocent person in some ways, the process was the punishment. We see you on screen. But what's it like behind the scenes? All that. Well, how it is behind the scenes. I have my amazing team Mark, Cory, Natalie, John, LT, Dave, helping me through this and guiding me because believe it or not I'm freaking out behind the scenes. Because you don't know what's going to happen, so to have them to be to support me helping me through this and explaining helped me stay calm. And what I'm thinking when I'm just blank face potted plant in court, I'm just saying in my head, it's this guy serious. Referring to lunchbox and benger. Also known as Littlefinger. Yes. And there's one thing that I noticed about him. He's very level headed. Totally. Absolutely level headed, so, yeah. Yeah. It explained how you were able to effectively defend yourself under imminent threat of death. I mean, it was calm cool and collected all the way

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NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

NIAID Still Funds EcoHealth Alliance With Taxpayer Dollars, Even After Receiving PPP Loans

"Now. Here's this article by Natalie Winters. Today. Various National Institute of Health agencies, including Anthony Fauci is National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have funded over 250 studies authored by researchers at institutions controlled by China's People's Liberation Army. The national pulse can excludes exclusively reveal. Excuse me. Now you'll remember the People's Liberation Army That's led by General Lee. Who's He? General Millie's buddy, right? We've learned that a couple of weeks ago And apparently, there's a former Trump officials saying none of this is pretty much the par for the course. And I'm going to get into that one in a moment. But going back to this following this unique investigation into the origins of scientists scientific research papers, the whopping level of collaboration with the Chinese military will further concerns in the United States at the political class has surrendered to the Communist Party in China. Wow. Last week, it emerged that the ranking general in the United States armed forces agreed to tip off China in advance of a U. S led attack. Now we heard about that and again, my wow somewhat. Incredulous, right? I mean, it wasn't fake. I really I find this hard to believe, even though I know what's happening right in front of my face because I'm so disappointed. That Americans are rolling over this way for Communists. The unearth studies from the National Institutes of Health Online database expand upon the people's Liberation already the P L. A to their ties with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and this was unearthed by the national policy. Of 265 Studies identified by national Pulse. The Chinese military entity most frequently appearing on studies, funded by the NIH, is the Beijing based General Hospital, a subsidiary of the Army's joint logistic support. Force of the Central Military Commission. And again this is the

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Cycling Tours Are Latest Trend in Chernobyl

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Cycling Tours Are Latest Trend in Chernobyl

"There is a new type of tourism for the exclusion zone thirty five years after the world's worst nuclear disaster I have on the bike store in Chernobyl area Chernobyl is not a place that springs to mind when choosing a scenic cycling routes the area is still dangerous guide Natalie to look says this group is checked for radiation levels we should follow the rules for visitors for example close should cover all your body also we can't deviate from the route for the riders like Iowa but do not it's worth the risk it's second time here and the man purpose for me to come to come here to see the nature how developed sort of face thirty years after the trade people are forbidden from eating and drinking around the zone in Chernobyl and are not allowed to travel in or out by themselves as they finish their tour the cyclists are checked for radiation levels before they leave the zone I'm a Donahue

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Journalist Natalie Winters on Big Tech's Attempt to Silence Trump Supporters

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Journalist Natalie Winters on Big Tech's Attempt to Silence Trump Supporters

"Think that when it comes to big business the framing of it. It's not a uniquely chinese communist party issue. i think it's it's the issue that one. These firms started outsourcing their labor their manufacturing capabilities. I think their allegiance followed. And you know a lot of these these big corporations. They want the open borders. They want the cheap labor. But i've always said that you know. These open borders work both ways in the sense that they want cheap labor and and they want to send jobs out. They want to send our manufacturing capabilities outwards. And and i think it's you know you don't even have to kind of speculator or make guesses as to where their their allegiances and ideologies lie. Charlie munger who is big guy in finance but guy business He said quote china to the right thing and response to how the chinese government treated. Jack ma blue. Jack ma is is. No hero is still a member of the chinese communist party but as someone who who the chinese government kind of tried to just person and do away with because he wanted to maybe get a little creative In terms of innovation and the anchor rubai which is an offshoot of of alibaba but he sat in an interview. China was right how they handled him. And i think that just shows you and that speaks to what i was talking about in the beginning. Which is this idea of elite merger as opposed to just elite capture. In the sense that you know. I think frankly and you're talking about big business. I think it's hard to not talk about big tech. You know what. The chinese communist party did to jack. Aw i think is really what big tech in big business wants to do to trump supporters

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Was Donald Trump a 'Wrench in the Gears' for a Rising China?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Was Donald Trump a 'Wrench in the Gears' for a Rising China?

"How much was mild boss. President trump is. The brits say a spanner in the works. How much was he. A range in the gears for rising china and for the establishment that wants to have their palms greased by china's money. Oh he was such such an impediment to how the establishment seeks to use the chinese communist. Party i mean. I i love talking about a lot of the times. It's too in the weeds. So people kind of tune out like oh about board chinese groups and china's college party leaked and time soon. Get into the weeds. But i mean the executive orders that came out of that administration in terms of targeting these specific influence groups like i said the china united states exchange foundation. The china people's association for friendship and foreign contact and the other one's sounds so soviet so so people forget you know what the actual name for the warsaw pact was. It wasn't the war so packed. It was the warsaw pact. For friendship and cooperation. People forget that dominating your neighbors taking control of friendship and cooperation china's just playing the same strategy. Yeah they love those terms. There's another one that the chinese association for international friendly contact so they love friendship Those very very one way. Street must your member of america's permanent political class but all of these groups which you know really take an elaborate understanding of the way that the chinese communist party's influence efforts were they were all targeted in one way or another by executive orders from the trump administration to stop people from actually participating and colluding with them right so you know the administration that was smeared as the ford collusion administration was actually stopping foreign collusion. And they were the most successful that i've ever seen in recent history of an administration doing

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The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:58 min | 3 months ago

The Hidden Hand of the Chinese Communist Party Over Washington, DC

"The only peer the only peer or near pay a threat that america faces at a strategic level is communist china. I know your your ambit isn't the broad scope of national security but given that you focus on china day in day out. Would you put it in that. Category of mir pir competitor. I think they're they are an enemy. I mean point blank. And i think about the role of pair. Oh yes certainly. But i think what's so interesting and what we've really dug into it. The national polls is how. The chinese communist party has really kind of crafted the narrative about their rise in the united states. So we're talking about For example trips that have been organized by the china united states exchange foundation which is one of these many many many foreign agents that operate in the united states. It's essentially funded by the chinese communist party. It's part of what's called the united front which is a multibillion dollar effort that that's linked to china's military who's really sole goal is to compromise american elites and get them to push policies that china support so. I always joke. It's hunter biden except the people don't get caught and so much of this group's efforts was actually paying for journalists from every mainstream media outlet washington post new york times You name it. Msnbc literally all you can go check out the story. Every single media taking his journalists on trips overseas to china and upon return when you read the documents that these journalists were forced to basically outline what they were doing they had to provide favourable coverage of the chinese communist party and what they were doing in the united states and more broadly what that effort represents and keep in mind. There's over two hundred fifty registered foreign agents on behalf of the chinese communist party in the united states right now. The people who are formally registered the doj to lobby on behalf of china. Yeah and you know part of it. Is that these. People have set out to endeavour to change america's perception of china. And they kinda wanna frame it in the context of oh well doing business with china's great the two most powerful countries. We need to work together. It's just the way the world But i also think it's important. They also set out endeavor. The you to change the perception of how americans view america. And i think we've done similar reporting actually believe it or not on how the same group. The china united states exchange foundation. Whose sole goal is to get american league's american journalists types really echo the claims of beijing and the american media landscape. They're actually longtime partners of the talk group that sued the trump administration For trying to ban critical race theory from the federal government. So there's just you know you're asking how i kind of got into this and that's kind of the broader story when i really started looking into it and realizing the extent kind of the hidden hand that the chinese communist party has over dc but more. Broadly the united states and really frankly the whole western elites fear. You can't unseat it

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Why Natalie Winters Is So Passionate About Communist China's Threat to Western Civilization

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Why Natalie Winters Is So Passionate About Communist China's Threat to Western Civilization

"Explain if you will natalie of all the issues out there why you landed upon and you have an incredible tenacity when it comes to this issue. Why is it china and communist china as a threat to western civilization. That has become your passion. Well i think it's because when you analyze the american establishment right which at the end of the day is who's drafting our policies determining where we send our troops to war. What kind of policies were pursuing from an economic perspective where we're sending our factories. I really think that the american establishments moves are indistinguishable and really indivisible from the chinese communist party because there really is whether you want to call it. Elite capture or at we call it more so elite merger in the sense that it's not just that american elites have kind of sold out to the chinese communist party for financial interests. It's more of an ideological compromise in the idea that together. There's kind of this axis of global elites who work to implement policies in the united states and china that benefit a certain sect of american which america which is not most people just your average working class which is not a member of the middle class. And i really think that you can't get to the issue of american policies which is that. You're not prioritizing your average american. you're prioritizing you know the one percent d. c. class the beltway class the lobbyists type. But you can't undo that if you don't get to the root issue and i that the root issue is that the chinese communist party has gotten so many of these people on their payroll either directly as a lot of these documents that i dive into show or indirectly And i think it's really hard to untangle the problems that you see facing here. We're facing here. In america whether it's critical race theory of all the way down to the economic policies that we've pursued for decades that have allowed. Pp manufacturing and prescription drug manufacturing to be sent over to china. That doesn't happen without the compromise of the chinese communist party of american

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"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

06:50 min | 3 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

"I'ts mac and nor mercy. It felt like like my things. But i never knew that i was actually putting something. Okay i may face so those were like the top three ones. But i am we are. You are going to include a helpful link that we found that listed off many more cruelty. Free or clean cosmetic brands. If you wanted to just be more mindful and or just try something neil. I think that'll be a great resource. And i want to say that. A lot of the professional brands they are definitely available. Consumers has to pro artists with the us and will be glad to help you but a lot of these products are also very clean because as makeup artists we work on so many different types of skin and skin types that it needs to be formulated for anybody. We need to be ready for anyone. Who sits in her chair. So a lot of cornmeal is in the pro. Lines are either very specific for certain in pipes. More or less suited for everyone. So they don't have all this garbage in it. But i do want to make sure that you understand if this is a new topic to you or if you are starting to get into quote unquote clean beauty do greenwashing. It's thing unfortunately where this good is also bad. And so the way that traditional cosmetic company markets to you some of these clean green organic companies will use scare tactics and try to get you to you. Know purchase things that are in their brand because of xyz even though it's still come calls chemicals are good. That are good chemicals. There are good things and unless you really have a deep understanding just always know you're always being marketed to so what are your plans now. Like moving forward. Why definitely want to try the izzy mascara for sure. I haven't looked into the ship to her out yet a definitely. I'm going to try a pallet like a refillable one. Because i also think as someone who doesn't wear make up every single day like having something that would be better than having multiple multiple items and then my hair sure some of the ingredients that were putting on our hair and in our hands in our house or not cool. Those are like the top three things that i'll probably change here now and then the rest slow and steady. I think that's important that you have to think long game because you don't want to go in your house throat every away rain. That's not sustainable. Go through the things that you know are expired in. Try to your best recycled an empty. The bottles out recycled bottles. If you can the containers try to do better but then do you can. Don't feel guilty right now but just ask yourself. Do i need this. If you're pro. Do you really need that product in your kit. What can you do you know. Can you buy smaller size. Are you going to use that. Entire foundation could use a smaller sized. Could you get a pallet. That has everything you need already made that you can refill versus by. So i wanna thank you so much money. You'd amazing thank you so much for any on your show. Yeah i am so glad and now people can hear you Monique is helping me a lot with the show. As you know this show is unsponsored. It is a labor of love. And actually it's a perfect time for me to share with you how to support the show so i am softly talking about my patriotic Finally joined patron. You can go find all the different tiers of membership or ways you can support the show at petri on dot com slash natalie such array Lowest option is like buying a cup of coffee once a month. And you'll also get discounts in the shop. And i'm going to be adding a lot more things to the shop but i also have membership where you can get one on one coaching with me or coaching. Whether you want to learn how to wear makeup whether you're a makeup artist so this different tiers no matter where you are in your makeup and beauty industry journey. That's a great way to support the show without you know bringing on commercials ads and all that stuff that i know i always just try to skip through so check it out gift. Somebody who might need support content creators like myself because it takes a lot of work right muni. Yes it does so. I wish all of you. Who are listening are wonderful beautiful day. Stay healthy out there and we will see you next month five. How about that episode. A lot of us is pros. Probably were familiar with building a kit and making your own palette and all of that sort of stuff but i mean the packaging and stuff like that. It really took my own research. Monique's research to know. Exactly how big of a problem packaging. So if there are any companies that you love that are really promoting sustainability and packaging and also reusing and buying less. I would love for you to shoot them to get them added to the show notes and as always this is not an episode to make you feel bad or did you feel guilty because we all consume beauty products whether it's shampoo whether it's toothpaste. That's more of a necessity but still it is packaging but shadows mascara lipsticks chopsticks. All of those things those all have packaging and we can be better. We can all do better and we can all expect and demand more from beauty companies to be more sustainable and we can just by less period saves us money. We don't have to throw so much away. We don't have to worry about expiration dates. I hope you enjoyed this. Make sure to like. Get your with your friends. Go find on instagram. Shoot me a message. I am always deums. At natalie's set hurry and i will see you next month with a fresh new episode on the bureau. 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"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

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Gulf Coast's Beloved 'Redneck Riviera' Now a Virus Hotspot

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Gulf Coast's Beloved 'Redneck Riviera' Now a Virus Hotspot

"An area that is a corona virus hot spot is called the redneck Riviera stretch of beach towns along the Gulf coast in Alabama London Lambert in mobile doesn't like the trend that's being set by visitors they walk the walk around walking everywhere with no mask on one of those visitors is Lisa Hastings it is a really cool people shopping a lot of shopping hang out and enjoy Hastings is a nurse why aren't more people masking and social distancing for over being afraid and feel like they got to live their lives so a lot of people being vaccinated which I think is a good thing virus rates are high along the Alabama coast but beaches bars and stores are still packed Natalie foxes with USA held in mobile one person can affect a whole lot more people when you put a lot more people together fox's hospital beds in Alabama are hard to come by I'm a Donahue

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"natalie" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"I'm curious what's the next summit for you natalie and what might be challenger an obstacle. You're still going to have to overcome to get to a new mountain top well speaking of summits. I'm going to host a summit for the top women. The ceo's of the biggest organizations if you google women organizations one hundred twenty million show up so that tells you. There's too many. But i'm going to host a summit like the g. summit only it's going to be w seven or probably more like w ten And helping them understand the alliance and the benefit of everyone coming together and nome competition between us but lifting when we raise everybody up. Everyone wins so that is my next big project. I absolutely do agree that when we collaborate together. There's so much more money there's so much more impact. There's so much more enjoyment and you get better ideas right before we. We were collaborating on. Who were working with. At outsourcing tech stuff to and stuff like that what better way to find a solution than to collaborate. Hey maybe i can introduce you this person. You can introduce me to that you know. This is our trademark question. I've asked over two thousand times natalie. What's the legacy you wanna leave. I mentioned earlier but the legacy. I wanna leave is transforming the way that women are able to advance and to close that gap so that in my lifetime. Maybe i hope but in the lifetime my girls that they can truly limitless. Natalie i want to thank you for being on the show. And i wanna thank you for showing up because you're actually the most important part of the show without you. There wouldn't be a show natalie. And i'd just be talking to each other and i wanna thank you for what you're doing in the world. I want you to know that we're here to support you. And i especially look forward to connecting with you on our next conscious millionaire natalie. Thank you so much for being are featured guest today jamie. Thank you so much. It's been a pleasure. I really enjoyed it. Thanks listening unconscious..

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Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:10 min | 4 months ago

Sarah Bernhardt's Career in Theatrics

"Roseanne bernard was a french actress born in eighteen. Forty four although. She changed her name for the stage when she was around eighteen years old. Her mother was a courtesan with many powerful clients. Such as dukes politicians and other high powered individuals bernhardt took to the theatrical lifestyle. From a young age her mother sent her to boarding school when she was seven. It was there that she starred in her first play. She took on the role of a fairy queen. Who dies a chance for her to embrace her dramatic side three years later. She began attending a convent school in site again performing in theatrical productions she even considered becoming a nun for a short time until her father's death in eighteen fifty nine at the suggestion of one of her mother's clients bernhardt pursued acting more seriously. This surprised her as she had never considered the theater as a career before over the years she studied with talented actors of time building up her theatrical skills. One of her first acting coaches was recommended to her by one of her mother's clients his name. By the way was alexandre dumas author of the count of monte cristo. With enough training. Sarah was able to reach the theater. Francois with whom she performed for a year. Although it was not meant to last she had invited her sister regina to join her in an important event in attendance. Was the theaters leading actress. Zehr natalie martell otherwise known as madame natalie. Regina accidentally stepped on madame natalie's gown which infuriated her madame. Natalie shoved regina backwards into a stone column and caused her to cut her forehead. Prompting sarah to step in on her behalf. She screamed at the older actress getting so heated that she slaps her in the face. Sarah was told to apologize then. She refused she. Had had enough of madame natalie and the theater francois and left the company shortly thereafter. It didn't impact her opportunities though. Bernhardt spent two years at another theater. The gymnasts after which he moved onto the odeon her career had quite the upward trajectory and facts with the actress going from minor roles to under study. All the way to the leading lady.

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Natalie Baszile on Why We Are Each Others Harvest

Good Life Project

02:10 min | 4 months ago

Natalie Baszile on Why We Are Each Others Harvest

"Your work is fascinating to me The fundamental idea that farming in the united states has been such a rich and profound part of the tradition of black people in this country but it is woefully neglected if not outright excluded and sort of the broader telling of the story of our national. History is incredibly heartbreaking. It's i opening but can you share a bit. About what brought you to wanna dive lot deeper into this question. Sure well you know. I think it really goes back to my own experience of the narrative right the narrative that i grew up with this idea that you know when i was a kid and i would watch television. You know. i was kind of aware of this idea of farming and the american farmer and it was this very heroic romantic story. And i can't say that as a kid. I was aware of the absence of black people. But i remember kind of being swept up in that idea right about this is something. This is a noble endeavour. This is something. That's kind of part of the american identity. For whatever reason i have always enjoyed. You know my own personal fantasy about farming and and having land and being on the land and so as i kind of held that appreciation for just the story of farmers in general when i started to notice especially as i was working on my first novel queen sugar and would go to louisiana and Look around at. Who was farming sugarcane. I was struck by how few black farmers there were. And i thought how can this be you know how can this be in in a nation where farming is an integral part of the narrative right. It's this integral part of how americans think about themselves. This connection to the land and yet black people are not part of that picture.

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The Benefits of Magnesium With Natalie Jurado of Rooted In

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

01:01 min | 4 months ago

The Benefits of Magnesium With Natalie Jurado of Rooted In

"We're going to now dive right into magnesium. Why wiser needed in the body. What is it do absolutely. It's responsible for over seven hundred different enzymatic processes in your body and its president every cell so like your body depends on magnesium and when you don't have enough of this mineral. You're going to get headaches. You're going to have a hard time sleeping. You'll have anxiety depression. You'll get leg cramps you'll get Just a whole host of different issues. That happens when you don't get enough magnesium and we think about it like when you talk to people the most common reasons that they're going to the doctor is because they have headaches anxiety and they're not sleeping right so we're seeing that this is this is causing a huge issue for people and it's being completely unrecognized by our medical systems so when you get enough magnesium when you're fueling your body with the nutrition that it needs you'll find that those symptoms go away and it's absolutely amazing. How quickly that

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Writing and Haiku as Spiritual Practice

Tara Brach

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Writing and Haiku as Spiritual Practice

"So natalie on behalf of our community a really big heartfelt to thank you. I'm actually thrilled. My little hard is bitter. Pattering is likewise. I've known about tara forever. And i've heard she's a really good teacher which is so important to me and that. She's a fine meditation teacher and she doesn't skirt around psychology that she's deeply rooted in it so the combination is unbeatable married cited. Well it's fun this is we finally get to like intersect. And we've these lives. And so i wanted to start by saying that. You really have awakened whole generation of us to the power writing as a spiritual practice and speaking personally. It takes me a really really long time to complete a book and you really helped me understand that. Of course we have listen inwardly in order to really be coming from that present so i kind of wanted to start here. If that's okay with you rating as a meditation a spiritual practice and just to ask you just to share with us. What makes it a spiritual practice. Well you know we can all be stuck on the zolfo. Do you call him. Sophos in your christian whatever. We can't just be stuck on them all the time so i used rioting as a way to translate the dorm but you couldn't use painting or running or grocery shopping but okay. I'll come back to writing.

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"natalie" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

Zane and Health: Unfiltered

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered

"Please don't shit so the guys in now. I'm sure you all saw it already. Natalie natalie's a sports illustrated swim issue. Came out as i say. Swimsuit edition swimsuit edition issue. Sports illustrated swimsuit issue. Yeah i think a special. I brought with that. Yeah little congratulate hysteresis. Remember what was like march or february when you in march march is when they announced. And that's why like me that take. That is so insane. Did you get just a cold email out of nowhere near like whoa holy shit. No it was actually like actually david is one of the pointed out to me that they ran a poll on their instagram. Being like what insta- do you wanna see the next issue and nearly nine new toys which is weird. 'cause i feel like our families are so young that like i don't know those people even buy magazines or whatever so that was like really cool that they all like nominated me and whatnot and then david was like. Did you know you were on like sports shoes. Instagram dana's way. And i went and looked like saw the poll. Whatever hardwood about so cool things to be fogel. And i saw and i was just like idea. Memo's like oh my god. This'll be so crazy actually manifest. Imagine damn but not the other girls. So they're just like. Well we gotta pick natalie and then. I think there's other sports girls interrupt by my seen management company. So i said to my manager obviously goes like this we fucking insane like like do something about this and so she like message. Sports illustrated and they were like. Yeah like we're going through the process right now like selecting the women for the issue and then like a month or two later she got the email being like. We'd like to move the conversation forward about natalie and whatnot measured in. Tell me any of this because you want to get my hopes up..

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How Hour One Works - Natalie Monbiot of Hour One on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More - Voicebot Podcast Ep 219 - burst 12

The Voicebot Podcast

02:42 min | 4 months ago

How Hour One Works - Natalie Monbiot of Hour One on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More - Voicebot Podcast Ep 219 - burst 12

"Let's let's talk about this. So if if i were to say if i were to do something where i wanna to do a daily newscast of the news and the voice a our conversational ai. Space and say. I was just going to do one story a day so pretty easy. We write stories every day. I'd probably just take an excerpt and crafted a little bit because presenting on videos a little bit different than reading so it. You have to understand that. But i could just do that. And let's say it's You know something. Like five hundred words so three and a half minutes Somewhere in that range of production. So would i just type that in. And then it renders automatically and i publish it or do you have to do something and the back end to enable that to be published Say that is what you do and you might just find. You might do well in one block. Will you might do it in seeds which we also enable the platform so you could have seen one is like busy harbor off seemed to is this paragraph and then the question is do you want just video of you if it's you or a representative voice fought That you've chosen to just want that. Would you want his production. mike elephants. Do you want us to handle that. Would you handle the side so We also have as part of capability a very easy way to incites up mode your brand assets so it could be like logo your funds And then also does a a template within the interface and you could insert imagery for each see so you can start to build. What a scene is. It's not just the character to okay. You can put the corresponding imagery and the corresponding headline that. You want to have a In that scene so then you can create kind of like a news colette. Which is almost News i kind of when she's talking or he's talking you see be corresponding imagery ovidio. That's going on in the background with the relevant headline. And you can do all of that complete auto gotten a point than what you can do is you can either download it. But if you've offered to finish finish the video in the popol you might want to Just use our player and embed video on in your environment for. There's nothing else that needs to be done other

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The Digitizing Process - Natalie Monbiot of Hour One on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More - Voicebot Podcast Ep 219 - burst 04

The Voicebot Podcast

02:06 min | 4 months ago

The Digitizing Process - Natalie Monbiot of Hour One on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More - Voicebot Podcast Ep 219 - burst 04

"On starting poi- is very much human would not making humans up with starting with real human being and then with digitizing them in order to be able to Create endless amounts of content featuring that pass in with the commission in the case of taryn So a describe what we did say the process was we got her in studio and she had a couple of different looks because she wanted high as she calls at. Ai clone to have some flexibility a couple of different ways of different presenting different types of content. And so we go to rent a studio with the green screens Team production team in tel aviv. A video conference in and direct shape and the goal of that is to capture about three to five minutes worth of quantity footage and with that vintage which essentially becomes the data that we can then use to create a digital character. So that's what we did answer the following the shoot Actually if you go to terrence youtube page You can see the proof of concept video on. They're also making a video of what the process was like actually creating higher character so it's a really simple process that we just use a normal Normal video calmer normal studio. Everything's quite normal. We have a few things like lighting in the have we have you know try and minimize reflections. Just little things like that and What we do is we have like a methodology that we guide passing through such as to bury still talk a little bit more Character and expression various degrees of Expressive essentially so that we can capture that full range of facial expressions so that we have this data she disposal when we want to generate new content.

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Natalie Monbiot on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More

The Voicebot Podcast

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Natalie Monbiot on Virtual Humans Automated Video Production and More

"Mambazo. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you brat. Thrilled to be. Well i'm happy to have you here as well. So we're talking virtual humans but with a twist today and so. I think this is going to be very educational. A lot of the folks who are listening As you know this community oftentimes is really focused on the ai aspects particularly the conversational aspects But all of this area is is important to the folks who listened to voice by podcast. So you have different type of story to tell. And i'm i'm really excited to delve into that. So why don't we start with a little bit about you and what you're doing and maybe give people a high level overview of what are one is show thing So i'm not won't be i am the head of business strategy at our one. I joined the company at the start of two thousand nineteen just as it was being founded At at just as i was leaving the agency wild our i had spent almost by career and various cities around from london to san francisco to la. New york had a field day being kind of a disruptor within the agency while boys you know trying to find new ways solve existing problems often more often than not through various emerging solutions In the fields of ai and other emerging technologies. and i cut my teeth that way and developed kind of a way of thinking that was kind of a. What if we could to this differently with. What's newly available to us. So i really really enjoy that kind of territory

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"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

"Okay i would just use my baby shampoo because my brushes are expensive. And i want something gentle and i don't want anything with tons of fragrances in it so i would in the palm of my hand. Put a drop and i do this for each brush. This was before it was a pro. Now that i'm a pro. And i have i'm still on. The tail ended. Twenty twenty twenty twenty one so not working as much. But when i am busy i needed a par that can really lather the brushes in. I've normally claimed two or three times each brush and get them just massage. The brushes into a soap directly assuming leases for personal use. Just use baby shampoo or i love sonya rosselli tiger. That's what i use the brush. Soap fantastic i linked it in the show notes for you. I love it because it's also quick. Drying and that saves a lot of time for non pros. I have a sanitation guide. How to keep your makeup brushes clean. You can head over to natalie satori dot com slash clean and get it again. There's no sponsorship or anything like that. It is truly educational so that you can keep your brushes clean and you'd also ask for sponges so sponges controversial normally utah. Sponges after you use them the only Sponge that i have experience with using in cleaning are the beauty blender morand and so i use the beauty blender sponges us both their liquid cleanser and their charcoal base cleanser. I think it's proprietary to beauty blender. And i do use that to wash my sponges and i follow the instructions and i do about three or four times per sponge so depending on the sponge you might just want to toss it or if you have a particular sponge that you like look and see if they make specific cleanser for that specific sponge. If not i would just err on the side of tossing it and yes so but sponges do harbor bacteria and they can be nasty so you really want to keep those clean and.

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"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"natalie" Discussed on Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

"Do you prefer thick eyeliner or fin eyeliner. Madison asks this question. So i'm assuming here that we're talking about a black eyeliner kids the so many different colors and there's different effects and there's different colors that you might want to use for different color eyes or or whatnot so i'm gonna just assume that we're talking about black eyeliner here and i mean i assume this is a question for you madison. Without seeing your is. I don't know your eye shape so if you have a larger rounder i you can definitely get away with a thicker ailine. If you have a small more narrow by a thick eyeliner is going to just can close them and that could be the effect that you want. But most of the time people want their is to appear bigger and brighter. And i like to. Just skip eyeliner. If i don't need it. I actually skip it a lot. I do love tight lining and that is where you kind of line your lash line in the area right beneath so tight is a great way to really open the i with eyeliner without opening it at more and i also i guess instead of thicker thin i tend to think in. This is my opinion my professional opinion and maybe personal preference as a makeup artist. But i love tapered eyeliner. So i love where you start in very thin and it gradually tapers and gets wider thicker towards the outer corner fat. I so remember. Eyeliner creates also color block. So it will make the whites of your eyes. If you're using a black appear whiter and this is really cool and of course if you line on the bottom and you live on the top. It's probably going to close by a little

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Should Eyeliner Be Thick or Thin?

Be Your Own Makeup Artist with Natalie Setareh

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Should Eyeliner Be Thick or Thin?

"Do you prefer thick eyeliner or fin eyeliner. Madison asks this question. So i'm assuming here that we're talking about a black eyeliner kids the so many different colors and there's different effects and there's different colors that you might want to use for different color eyes or or whatnot so i'm gonna just assume that we're talking about black eyeliner here and i mean i assume this is a question for you madison. Without seeing your is. I don't know your eye shape so if you have a larger rounder i you can definitely get away with a thicker ailine. If you have a small more narrow by a thick eyeliner is going to just can close them and that could be the effect that you want. But most of the time people want their is to appear bigger and brighter. And i like to. Just skip eyeliner. If i don't need it. I actually skip it a lot. I do love tight lining and that is where you kind of line your lash line in the area right beneath so tight is a great way to really open the i with eyeliner without opening it at more and i also i guess instead of thicker thin i tend to think in. This is my opinion my professional opinion and maybe personal preference as a makeup artist. But i love tapered eyeliner. So i love where you start in very thin and it gradually tapers and gets wider thicker towards the outer corner fat. I so remember. Eyeliner creates also color block. So it will make the whites of your eyes. If you're using a black appear whiter and this is really cool and of course if you line on the bottom and you live on the top. It's probably going to close by a little

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Oktopost's VP of Marketing, Natalie Binns, on the State of B2B Marketing

B2B Marketing Now

02:18 min | 6 months ago

Oktopost's VP of Marketing, Natalie Binns, on the State of B2B Marketing

"It comes to be mocked Is very different based to be to see An ended in a something. The you know. We've kind of evolving the time and it's become Segment and i think one of the things that people are really going to be looking at the challenges. Okay we're coming out off. The pandemic people are desperate to go out and meet family and friends. You know but how is that. Going to be taken from a business perspective you know. How comfortable are we meeting strangers. How how likely always get back into this face to face engagement Another thing isn't this isn't a new thing. From the pandemic we were kind of getting very heavy on digital before i mean obviously. The percentage just massively shifted in the last twelve to eighteen months. swear it's pretty much been under percentage so but you know. I think that there was a bit of fatigue when it came to face to face event certainly in in previous years the the results that we would get out of doing trade shows or smaller events were getting lesser in lhasa and perhaps lesser of the senior executives were attending some of these events sending on some of that team to kind of gather information but the way in which you know customers have been buying is changed the time and i wonder how much that sach she gonna flip the way in that. Because we've kind of had this kind of gap annot my sabbatical in going to events. How much is it going to be. Okay i'm kind of sick of online searching now as she wants to deal with a real human And i'd like to be taken out for lunch. And i'd like to go to a sporting event oron i'd like to go and sit and listen Broth than vise day. Where i'm perhaps multitasking. And i've got kids running around whatever aside. I think the challenge is. How much do you go back to the good old days if you like a field marketing and you know events marketing versus you know still kind of prioritizing

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Biden and Russia's Putin Prepare to Meet in Geneva

Word on the Street

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Biden and Russia's Putin Prepare to Meet in Geneva

"Is in Sweden, where he is scheduled to meet with his Russian counterpart on Wednesday. Here's correspondent Natalie Brand as Has been Biden's visit to Europe draws to a close The stage is set for what may be the most consequential part of the trip. Are you ready? Thank you so much. Thank you. President Biden will meet face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a villa in Geneva, Switzerland. This sit down is expected to last several hours with issues including Ukraine, election interference and cyber attacks High on the agenda.

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"natalie" Discussed on Write Your Legend

Write Your Legend

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on Write Your Legend

"You motivation advice and inspiration about life and relationships my goal for you is to not just understand women, but to be the man that writes his own Legend now, let's begin and start writing your Legend. I am not your toy. Hi everyone. I am Apollonia want they joined by coach Natalie we're serving here. Of course. We're really happy to do this video because of the fact that obviously by this catchy title. Hopefully, you know what we're talking about and if not, you will in this video because it's so so important during our coaching sessions of what we've seen now did Natalie and I are dating relationship coaches and we help you run with your relationships and say your life as well. And the reason why we wanted to do a video like this that's titled. I am not your toy is because of the fact that we see so many times that men and women but the specifically cuz we work with men taking advantage of and relationships with women and we're not your coaches as women that wants you to do everything and be so nice and do this and be passive. That's not the what we teach we really teach authentic real attraction and what we've seen lately in a lot of coaching sessions is just men being dangled down like this like a toy and being used And we want to give you some understanding of why this might be happening to you and your relationships and why this needs to stop and how to make itself as well right now lie. Absolutely. That's what we're here for guys. Yeah, a lot of times when we're coaching, you know guys, I know that we've got like a very big thing in the world going on where we want to do female empowerment and that's wonderful often times. What happens is you in our coaching we've noticed that men can have a tendency to put themselves down and basically walk on eggshells. So if you're feeling like you're ever walking on eggshells, you're not sure what to do. You're kind of, you know, always apologizing you're always putting making yourself wrong so that she could be right you're going to learn a lot from this video. This video is definitely for you. Yeah, and some things that I've seen is here's one is when we are in this realm of I have to please her to the point where you've already made up in your mind that this woman is the one so you forget about all your standards you forget about all your values and now we've gotten into such a fight song. Light-mode what I talked about so much and chasing this woman and I don't ever preach for men to chase women and women shouldn't Chase men this should happen organically and definitely wage depending on what type of lifestyle that you want really and so when we get treated as a toy is because unfortunately, we've allowed this to happen. It's nobody else's fault not that person's fault for treating you like a truck doesn't give them the past to say this is okay, of course not but understand that we are the drivers of our life. We make our decisions. We basically say say yes or no. So when we say, yes, and yes, and yes, and cuz we're trying to please we're trying to compensate. We're trying to chase her cuz we have this idea of who she wants she could be because of the fact that you want this person to be in your life. So badly that you do everything in anything just to please her so she feels that moment of whatever comfort that she might give you a job. Schedule absolutely. And the reason why that guy that happens guys in that leads into the next point is boundries, we're lacking boundaries and we're lacking our values and standards with this one and it's because of the fear of losing her some of you guys might have the fear of Abandonment. Some of you guys might have the fear of like never getting what you want or the lack mindset..

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"natalie" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"That's the reason why you keep seeing new versions of them in the big screen or wasn't extreme now in streaming is because it just keeps getting passed down from generation. And of course you're a storyteller you through movies in a book how storytelling help you cope with your biggest life challenges in hubby grow as a person. Well i definitely think that any kind of creative act. Which i mean i think most people feel this is certainly not a unique perspective but it completely healing and an emotional release and away a to bring excitement. Enjoy for yourself. When i am able to act or write or direct. It's just a total joy and definitely you can take your kind of angst from your life and put it into your work in it somehow releases it there on you also feel like other people are going through the same things. It's not just us. You feel less alone. That's what i find just being a crater myself. And how have you been able to stay. Grounded maintain your image for so long while many celebrities have fallen victim to the corruption of fame. Most of the people. I know who are in similar positions as i am doing wonderfully at you know dealing with you know. It's a very lucky position to be in. As long as you're wear the lucky you have in grateful for it and feel that you have to work hard for it and treat everyone kindly no matter what and half loved ones around. You love you for you would not for you. Know any superficial. Trappings famer them. Gonna keep it together. Most people are in that realm so it has a lot to do with the people you surround yourself with and you know they keep you grounded. Keep you focused their your champions and you know if you fall into the wrong group like you know even growing up that can cause you to lose focus and make bad decisions. That makes a lot of sense. And what's your best piece of career advice. I would say the best career dice would be if you have the choice because some people don't. I know that lots of people just need to do the job that is able to feed their families. If you have a choice if you can do something that's meaningful for you and brings you joy than that's the best way to spend your time and that if you can make it meaningful for yourself like even things that aren't on their face meaningful. I've done jobs that didn't feel particularly meaningful but you can find some french hip or some relationships within that that can bring you meaning you can make it more of a growing experience for yourself. And less of a like relating to what other people impose on you what the environment. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom natalie to follow. Her journey can read. Natalie portman fables and finer on instagram where she shares her travels classic scenes from her movie career. Childhood pictures activists messages in her book club selections.

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"natalie" Discussed on Design Speaks

Design Speaks

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on Design Speaks

"Place of authentic passion, but because I thought I had to in order to reach a career goal, which is never how I've ever achieved anything of success in so I say that to say that when I first sat down with this person, you know to be honest, I wasn't really sure what I was getting out of it. I I didn't really know at the end of the day whether this is going to be successful or not. That's the risk that we often undertake in any kind of business relationship, but I cannot log With her values, I could see testimonials of people that she'd worked with. I valued their reviews and the fact that they said don't even ask questions just fed to it, you know and that and for me I was like, okay, I will and along the way you know, there are key tenets that I noticed, you know, very clear communication the ability to walk anticipate my weak spots and kind of like she'll jump in and you know, she she has her strategies for how she communicates and how she delivers deliverables that are you know, physical products or even really digital ones off but just through this this relationship and that's really what it becomes it becomes a business relationship and I think it is less about you know, she didn't price me out and say like I'm going to help you reach this metric and it's going to cost this much. She said hey, you know, here's my monthly retainer to work with me. I know it's steep. But at any time, you know after we had a set contract. If it's not working wage I want to encourage you to you know, go find somebody else but I think I think we're going to head out of the park and my goal is that you'll look back and say I would have paid you twice as much and that I was like done, you know, like I loved that mindset and I'll be honest. I would pay her twice as much and she's probably listening and I'm probably going to get an invoice. It's true. I think it's a free advertising. I know I know right? I mean well, yeah, hold on. I'm all about sharing referrals, but I might keep her to me is coming up on Tuesday. I think I think there there are some takeaways there and I hope I hope that's a value. I hope you can pull some some good nuggets from that those a really amazing conversation and you know, one of the things that I was going to ask Natalie was, you know, once.

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"natalie" Discussed on Design Speaks

Design Speaks

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on Design Speaks

"Hi, Julie. Hey Brandy. So are you so excited for our guests today? I am I'm so so excited. I know this is going to be an amazing conversation. We we have the amazing Natalie Frank on with us today. And there's going to be a whole introduction that happens. It tells you a little bit more about who she is when the interview starts but just so you know only part of this interview is available via this podcast and if you want access to the full episode of that is actually available to all of our patrons over on patreon..

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"natalie" Discussed on Talketer Podcast

Talketer Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on Talketer Podcast

"So it's it's who they are what stand for what they're about what their mission is what their vision is, none of things change, you know, those things have sort of, you know are kind of the Cornerstone of the whole Enterprise, right? And so I think that's what I've seen during this pandemic is that those organizations that have strong Brands and they have a clearly articulated brand purpose birth. You know, they clearly understand what their values are. They it was very clear for them what they needed to do, you know, and so they knew how to take care of their employees. They knew they knew how to take care of their customers and their clients because they already they already, you know, they were being and they were able to do it in an authentic way. That was the continued to be true who they were. So those are our values started and drop these are our values as a brand and although this is an unanticipated situation. We can apply our values and who we are to it and then Thursday through that lens here is our response and that response will authentically be in line with our brand right? Yeah. It's it's you know, I think of it as it's a strategic management tool that guides every aspect of the business. So it's not just again it's not relegated to just the sort of Niche, you know marketing function it really dead. Something that you know the head of it needs to be thinking about brand the head of HR needs to be thinking about brand the the legal team needs to be thinking about brand. I mean obviously through the lens of compliance and all those other things but you know the operations team it's again everybody everybody if everybody's thinking about it, you know, what is on and this is kind of a sort a a nerdy long term, but you know it if everybody's looking through the lens of is this decision we're about to make on brand is these you know, these people acting in a way that is on offer and an alignment with our brand then it becomes pretty clear, you know, whether or not you should move forward or not. So I think crises are going to come and go, you know, there's always be challenges the business environment just by definition is you know, it's Dynamic it's ever-changing and you know, but the brand can sort of be that dog With star if you will help guide you through and hopefully, you know to continue to grow and thrive. So in terms of a company who might reach out to you and say, you know, Natalie I I need help building a brand. I have nothing. What is the very first step to to going from zero to start your your brand Journey. Well my response to that would be you don't have nothing you you have something. So unless you're you know a startup in, you know, we're doing family and Friends funding stage and you're really just getting started you have something and not so most people typically start with you know, they might sort of articulate in their own minds organically. This is this is you know, who we are what we're about what we off for what's different about us all those sort of things and then they'll start to think about well, we probably need a logo and name and some color in a website and all those sort of things. So that's often times when I'm dead. With companies and organizations, they they have things in place. Sometimes it's about taking a step back and looking at those things and seeing you naked..

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"natalie" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"natalie" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Station Hey how's it going it's Natalie it's time for me to go home but things are waking up with me I'll be back tomorrow twelve to five AM waking up without gan but as always you can keep up with me on my Instagram at radio Natalie twenty years when I was given this year this is a moment in the front it's not a funny when I got it because I got have a plan for.

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"natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Natalie coolly and not letting you off the hook if you missed it Natalie we exposed she saying karaoke at the iHeartMedia Christmas party is it on the blog I promised everyone be I'm letting it are you lying here myself no I'm not Hey ourself we love your energy and enthusiasm so please would people want to see if anything else while we're on it before we get off anything else happen at the holiday party I miss anything I put potatoes inside of I didn't miss that the glass yeah yeah I have a picture of I argue about that for a while honestly I need like the potatoes that were domesticated okay I'm sending Natalie picture want this to go on the bloody gloves Natalie you're the best that'll tell me how they had prime rib and this like cool Blake loaded mashed potato bar next to each other but then they had with prime rib I thought it was just mayhem maybe I don't know what was in the it was even primary it was what you cut it's always like on display at no it and that'll just reasoning for why was prime rib while it's still early so fans it was happening because of a crime okay it wasn't me it was a cut was the specialty pig anyways meet there was like glass is next to it so I was like you know what these I think the mashed potatoes go and the glass because why else would these glasses be there and I see on all these wedding shows like the loaded mashed potato bar so I just put in the glass I've never seen people more confusing their wife when I walked over and I was I was like that's innovative in the you know what it's something I would do which probably shows why it's not the right thing to do anyways I've all really bad okay serving you our love in life I'm sending it to you in your do I think I remember yes they are that's right such a good time I also acted like I won an academy award my got my prize was definitely an asset anyway yeah and you know not it was totally necessary you did you want a huge prize died of a speech which was kind of sad we were waiting for that chanting so did you did anything because usually you this Christmas parties we're good now right I think we're past the times everyone's pretty smart now we understand what's appropriate and what's inappropriate or am I just being naive to that yeah I I totally understand I mean I'm I'm older I've had my experiences a Christmas parties before for sure for sure now is this could because okay so for me every time I go to a Christmas party and I've been working prior for seven years in the era where things are not okay you have to be very careful with every move you make is specially when you're drinking a Christmas parties what was that like was a mild compared to what maybe Christmas parties you've been to in the past not at I heart and other companies I would say it's a little bit more mild but after the party ended which is around ten thirty there are a whole bunch of people who went downstairs to the bar at the GNX have an X. tabard cool which is a really cool place and and Tommy god bless him he bought us Tommy Chuck bought us all who were there around a drinks which is really cool briefly I'd yes pretty nice and and yeah I think people were still there until about midnight twelve thirty or so ago yeah it was you know it wasn't it wasn't wildly craze I want to store having to do it no I.

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"natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"natalie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Natalie a qualia Natalie what we first going to want to see here I know if you're familiar with the it clown Pennywise but somebody dressed up like him and went on a subway New York and it's pretty funny I couldn't walk past this were when I was growing up in the neighborhood because I was so scared their was a clown living in the sewer because of it especially the new clown he is like super scary looking and he also sounds like him and he keeps saying the phrases of like the a clown like on the subway just freaking everybody I have with the IT clowns even king yeah okay I get one of those horror yeah I haven't seen the movie or book down it will the second one's actually coming out in September so it chapter two is that I'll be fine to just perfect timing you're not afraid of clowns are not like was when I was younger it's not as bad as the spiders in the toilet fear that I have that's a phobia and it's real arachnid Natalie you're not afraid of clowns no I actually love the movies they have a lot of a it's not just scary there's like a storyline that actually cried in the the last it because there is the original and then they had the remake recently the remake Gabi and Jeff you are clowns so I'm sure or not yeah I'm homey decline only did he got along with that I've been a clown three times in the Ringling circus over the years but they didn't have a red nose big and also the fact it is now yeah I didn't have to put anything on it it's just painted it red that's all it took this is a huge crocodile you got to check this out the guy who owns the truck I don't know why you would own a crocodile he feeds it feeds of pig a pig leg but looks like the the buds yeah it's crocodile like best friends not even phase and they fail skateboarding fail always love fails and you can check it all out ed WFLA news dot com slash a M. T. B. WFLA news dot com slash a M. TV we do we got to put together a will walk of fame committee Natalie I don't know one we're going to get that done yeah I have a couple things lined up but we're gonna try to get everyone together so we can discuss and then see who also we can get on the comedian kind of finalize that yeah and then once we got to get in touch with Ernest Hooper because we decided we should have somebody from the paper and he's been around here for a long time so he knows a lot of people and who else we talking about we have a dental dam Scott our tech guy who will be on at seven fifty today and he had some really good ideas some good ideas for the walk of fame get some virtual stuff he was talking about when you might be kind of cool I know we can get our talk about that a little bit today but that might be pretty sensational are you on the committee Jack yes Jack on the committee I don't know hi we'll find out homeland Hey this something here we we are the Lexus of file we don't have time to get into these now but things like England has no kidney bank but it does have a Liverpool well I got a one more haunted French pancakes give me the creeps I like this the letter for now look around others later that joke was great this Evan.

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"natalie" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"natalie" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"This is what leadership looks like natalie. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited. I'm excited to meet you too. This is our first time meeting in person. it really is guy and your energy is just. I'm amped right now Thank you i definitely. Don't coffee or anything else. We met through a mutual friend. And i always love it. When i reach out and i asked somebody to come in. I spoke to you last week. Yeah and here you are. You're i are in. Were so excited that you even called. Yeah and especially after looking into your website and kind of what you're about. I just i get to expand my circle and such a cool way. Yeah hopefully you agree at the end of this right so you are in commercial real estate. I am. I'm in commercial real estate over at cushman and wakefield here in las vegas First job and an amazing amazing. I love what i do for a living. Yeah and Commercial real estate is just got to be going wild right now in our town. It's crazy on fire. Yeah so word scott. Now that las vegas is the place to be. I'm from southern california redondo beach born and raised but I'm never leaving and apparently that message is really getting out so everybody be ready..

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"natalie" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"natalie" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"To really let your personality before 'word without over sharing too much of your life in a way. And I think it's because we follow a lot of models and different people like that who somehow give me more details of their life. But show me way, less of their personality. You know what I mean? And I feel like you're striking really hard palates to achieve and you're doing lawlessly. What is your? Helps with your fear. I have no, yeah. I feel like I just I kinda stopped caring. What the stories like number one, Snapchat, Instagram? I was trying to all use the Snapchat for the stupid shit. I'll be more professional like I can't do both. Yes. So I just feel like I don't I just not that serious. Not just like, you know, I'm just making duck face. You've made that noise. Someone's like. Yeah. Yes. Tuck face. It's just a little part. We've got a little bit of. Really? That's how you mono, right? Yeah. I'm willing mean, it would just have you Unpleasant. on. Yeah. I think it's really interesting because you post, you know, a lot of professional photos in the profile within your stories of. Feel like I'm like, yeah. What up checkout? If you want while Natalie check out the stores professional. I just want to have. I don't care if I look stupid. You know what I mean? Like, I think it's just kind of fun. We'll, you know, look stupid super fucking fun. Like, she does this thing guys that she just like a super on her nose..

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"natalie" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"natalie" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Hey, guys, Willie Geist here with another episode of the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you so much as always clicking and joining us again this week. My guest is Oscar winning actress Natalie Portman got together to talk about her latest film called vox locks. It is a amazing super creative totally different film where she plays a survivor of a school shooting who becomes a pop star. After the tribute song. She makes for her fellow students becomes a viral hit. She goes on to become like a lady Gaga level superstar and all that comes with that fame including downfall. It's a wild story. She's really really good in it. And we'll let her explain the backdrop to it in the context for the movie. We also talk about how she got into show business. She's only thirty seven years old, but she's been doing this for twenty five years. She got discovered as a young girl in a pizza parlor near her home in Long Island. She was born in Jerusalem in Israel. Move of their family when she was a little girl to the United States and really grew up out on Long Island in New York. She also talks about keeping some sense of normalcy. Because her parents were all about school, she surrounded herself with parents and friends and tried not to have a show biz life. She got the job on Star Wars Phantom Menace when she was a teenager. She was in high school, and then you'll remember she kind of dropped out a little bit and went to Harvard not dropped out of school, but dropped out of Hollywood a little bit and went to school at Harvard. We talk about how she stayed normal there. What was it like to be a movie star on the campus of Harvard? Also, get into black swan the role for which she won the best actress Oscar and a couple of years ago, she was nominated again for Jackie where she played former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy a lot to talk about with Natalie Portman just to set the scene for you were sitting in a restaurant called vandal down on the Bowery in New York City. She ordered the t I had some tea because once again, I promises the last time my voice is a little raspy. But i'm. Back. Now, I'm better. So enjoy the great conversation with Natalie Portman on the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you Natalie for doing this. Appreciate it once again for bearing with me a little bit more now raspy nece. It's it's fairly. Okay. Good. I told you. I just finished watching this film. And man it hits you hit you on so many different levels. And there's so much in there about the culture about the country about the last twenty years of the country. When you first read this script, what did you make of it because there is so much there? Well, I think the first thing that struck me was just this character, which was so unlike anything I'd ever had the opportunity to play an with so well written, but with such a specific person that I feel like I know, you know, that that felt like a real person and that was shifting all the time. Like, she just is different every scenario. She can be really aggressive and very vulnerable. She can be very artificial. And VERA, thank dick and cruel, and then have a kinds moment. Like, it's always just shifting a real real person in different scenarios, and it was really exciting. And then of course, like, you're saying it has this real reflection of this moment that we live in seem so particular and hard to reflect without saying anything directly about like current events or anything. But really just has this atmosphere of the pop culture and the violence, and this kind of as Brady, our director calls the pageantry of evil, you know, the spectacle of, you know, bad badness. So what do you think the movie says about all those things because you get the moment of Columbine effectively with school shooting? We hear about nine eleven there's a terror attack that is inspired in some way by pop culture by your character and her band, what do you what is the movie want to say about the time? We live in now in the times we've lived in the last quarter century. I

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