35 Burst results for "Natalie I"

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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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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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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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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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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"natalie i" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"natalie i" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"May as well be a lecture reading an essay. It's just that it's done in a video odds audio-video form on youtube. And so i think probably this is a medium. That's only going to be taken more seriously as time goes on. I wanna talk to you about what you're trying to do in these conversations. What your approaches and trying to kind of talk to people where they are. Bring the man and persuade them right. If we take this quick break not only for people. That are not familiar with your work. You just sort of give an example of like what a topic would be and what you're sort of goal is and what the essay what the visual essays trying to do who. You're trying to talk to so my most popular video. I've ever done was one i did. About three years ago called in cells. And it's about is the most people know what incentives cells are at this point. It's about this community of of men who feel that they because of whatever the genetic defects simply are unable to find a girlfriend and it becomes this kind of spiral of self defeating doom right. It's not only. Oh i'm unlovable. It's also i'll never be happy. And then that pretty much quickly turns to end. Edits feminism's fault and it's the full of you know so eh person and paint always wants someone to blame right so that starts and a at this point the. Nfl movement has inspired so many mass murderers. There's an entire time line on wikipedia charting them so it's roddy really grisly. It's extremely grizzly. And so i kind of became fascinated by this community because of the violence that it was producing and so i made a video. I wanted it to serve two functions. One is that it's supposed to educate general audience about what this group of people is. Why are they like what are they like. Is there anything we can do about it and then the other is. I'm aware that people who are the if not like obsessive members of these insects forums people who are kind of at risk for a falling into this way of thinking. I want those people to watch. And i want to try to make content in a way so that someone. Who's kind of not with me from the beginning. Might actually listen to at least a little bit of what i have to say so i try to be very inviting and my videos. No one likes to be lectured. One likes a sermon rate. So i tried. It does the tone that i always try to avoid. Having i want to produce content in a way that it's a little more seductive than that you know it's not a hectoring and doesn't make you feel like you're being judged and that's also just kind of naturally suits my personality. I think that some people some people think that i am. You know i actually am a moral fanatic at heart. And i'm just adopt this sort of ira ironic persona as some kind of strategy. No i think that it just suits my personality. I think for me..

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"natalie i" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

B2B Marketing Now

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"natalie i" Discussed on B2B Marketing Now

"That would be great to see morals. I couldn't agree with you more on that and to give a little fun fat for anyone listening so we often get the question right especially when it comes to instagram. How could be to be marketers. Thrive how can the brand's voice thrive on instagram. And and we actually had last year. One of our highest performing campaigns was our employees takeover campaign where during the pandemic because finally right. None of us were in the office. We were all at home. Which was interesting. People wanted to know where people weren't whatever so into this whole employee takeover campaign and it was our best performing campaign. I think that's just something to think about going back to what you were saying about. B. two b. marketers always have to think about new ideas but in the b. two b. space right getting more human so maybe a few years back and employees take over for you to be wasn't so interesting or acceptable and there was kind of this professional persona that brands felt they had to take on and we saw firsthand this employee hat employee takeover hashtag. You can go ahead and turn that into instagram hashtag and play takeover and you'll see a lot of beauty brands. Were doing this and it added a lot of success because finally you're able to see a more human side of octopus right. He's our customer success. Managers are sales. Marketing are ceo's talking about them being normal humans with pictures on instagram. So i definitely agree that you know the theme of becoming more humid and a time for b. two b. marketers to really take that and run with it. I couldn't agree more. That brings me to my very last question. Absolute favorite question to ask on this show. So natalie i have to confess i before this interview i google ju. I stopped lake everywhere. You're quite impressive. I have to say. But i did learn a lot And i'm hoping that today on this show you could tell us something about yourself that we would be able to necessarily know or find on google or if we checked out your linked profile on google as well. Oh gosh actually so. I'm pretty transparent on on facebook linked to post pictures inside the flight. Back about where i go what i eat in that kind of stuff but i do think. That's probably no real intimation. You'd have to such very high light to find this. When i was growing up i was a cadet with the uk. Arias act that's basically really yes. It was something i loved doing going to tech to joined the athol when blau And so i had the opportunity to go through the ranks. I was a flight sergeant. And and i really love to i did. I got to fly a lots. And also i did my My basic glider training. So i could do. My siler. glider is powered glider. I haven't done a long time next sunday. Friends probably not safe to fly a plane these days but yes That was something that really shapes sny early years. It really helped discipline engagement With people of different ages and backgrounds. And i had the opportunity to to do lots of cool stuff and you know it really kind of set me up especially that kinda drive moving through the ranks and that kind of really helped a get on the So yes they and that out. That's why everybody listening in. I know you couldn't see my my faith but it automated my jaw literally like fell on the floor and as i looked into zoom i was like oh i better put that back that is. I'm amazed that is incredible. Natalie thank you so much for joining us today. Getting radically transparent schering. We are beyond excited to have you on the team and we look forward to all the great things are going to take off the post beyond two so thank you so much thank you. It's been fantastic. And i can't wait to join the today. I'm really excited. So thanks very much for your time. Today jim thanks for tuning in to the radically transparent podcast brought to you by octa post the only social media management employee advocacy platform architect. It for b. two b. I'm jennifer gutman your host and director of social strategy. Here at off the coast. And if you love today's show we'd love if you subscribe rate in. Give a raving review wherever you get your podcasts. For more discussion on social media marketing be sure to follow octa post on lincoln and of course to gain access to all our free social media marketing and employee advocacy resources head on over to our website. Www dot octopus dot com until next time..

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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 i" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"natalie i" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Natalie was born on october thirty first. Eighteen seventy six in dayton ohio to a wealthy family from an early age. Natalie was drawn to art writing in the french-language her family had homes in. Cincinnati washington d. c. And bar harbor maine. Natalie also went to an exclusive boarding school in france. Natalie was very intelligent and defiant. She earned the nickname. The amazon for riding her horse astrid instead of sidesaddle as was customary for women at the time in eighteen ninety six. Natalie moved to paris time in her work. She focused on writing poetry and short form pieces and french. These writings focused on love and grief inspired by the classics. Natalie also spent much of time socializing settling in her stream. Non monogamous lover's began. Natalie was unabashedly herself and was open about her sexuality. She said i am a lesbian. One need not hide it or boast it still her sexual exploits were fodder for much gossip in paris. Her love life in fired. Many acclaimed works of literature including land pujols even in nineteen one and radcliffe halls. The well of loneliness in nineteen twenty eight in one thousand nine hundred. Natalie published a book of love poems. Two women that caused great scandal especially with her family after the collection made headlines in the washington papers. Natalie's father alpert stormed into the publisher's office to buy and destroy every remaining copy and printing plate of the work. The controversy didn't deter natalie from being her authentic self. She said mike weirdness is not a vice is not deliberate and harms. No one in nineteen. To natalie's father passed away and natalie inherited a substantial amount of money seven years later in nineteen o nine. Natalie moved to rusia kkob and launched. What would become a long lasting weekly literary salon every friday. Natalie entertained intellectuals artists at her home from colette to f scott fitzgerald gertrude. stein and truman capote writers. Would mingle share their work. And listen to others natalie. Particularly used her own influence to support the work of women literary salon was an institution through the roaring twenties in nineteen twenty seven. Natalie took a step further in her support of women. Writers and helped found a group called the academy. Defend a response to the all-male bastion of academie francaise. The group included many famous women writers of the day and its members got additional attention at salons where they could read their in progress or yet to be published work in nineteen thirty. Natalie published the one who is legion. Her only novel in english. The book follows the story of a person who commits suicide and is brought back to life as genderless being with no memory as world war two began. Natalie moved to florence with her longest lasting partner. Romaine brooks natalie's allegiance during world. War two is unclear. Some sources say she was supportive of the fascist other suggests that she may have shared support for the fascists to avoid deportation that she was one eighth. Jewish whatever the case. Natalie did help jewish couple flee from italy to the united states in nineteen forty-six natalie and remain moved back to paris to find natalie's house it rusia kkob uninhabitable. It took three years of restoration for natalie to move back in and restart her friday salons throughout it. All natalie kept writing in nineteen sixty three. Natalie published her last novel at the age of eighty six a few years later after fifty years together natalie and romain broke up around that same time. Natalie was served notice for cope apartment..

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"natalie i" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"natalie i" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Natalie Pelham. Etess is a comedian who thrives on interactions with the audience in her work, and she's here with me now to discuss getting back out there and performing for them. Thanks for being here, Natalie. Hey, Nancy. How are you? I'm good. Good. Thanks for joining us. So before we get to some of your recent live performances, how do you generally approach interactions with audience members when you're when you're doing shows? Uh, well, I guess it depends what stage the work is in. But I guess if when I'm developing material, I try to feel out. You know who's willing to play with me and the audience, you know, just kind of based on another looking at me if they're looking like they're enjoying themselves. Engage with them. And, yeah, a lot of the times when I'm first figuring out a new piece, I'll just improvised with an audience member and kind of see where an interaction goes. And then is that interaction goes well, I try to figure out a way to make it happen. Kind of that same time every time I do the show. Yeah. And it has it. Have you been able to Do anything on zoom this past year in terms of working out new material with audiences, or does it just not work? Well, you know? Yeah, I'm not really one for zoom. I did a couple Zim shows. They're all right. But you know, I was Was kind of suffering during museum shows. I got saved. One of my bits was bombing pretty badly during museum show, but I got saved by my neighbor across the street, yelling at me for being too loud People really enjoyed that perfect. Yeah. So that kind of worked out just because I was playing this like wicked witch. And it was fun interact with my neighbor as this which so that kind of Improvisation There was, you know, serendipitous and and saved my butt in that situation, But, yeah, no. Uh, what kind of my friends and I have turned to is doing outside shows. So we actually do this outside show once a week, and Griffith Park called clowns, you and it's just a free show and I live direct a bunch of my friends is this High status. Idiot character called Mrs Skin while my friends perform together in theatrical masks, and so we thought of using theatrical masks so that people could Where their covert masks than Ethan. And so it kind of became this little loophole that we thought of, But all my friends are clowns. You know, we're not really trained in masks, so it it took a while for us to learn how to use the mask as a tool, but I think we got a pretty good handle on it. Now on the shows have been really fun. Yeah, And what was it like to get in front of an actual crowd again? Man. I mean, every week after the show, we just all feel like you know, a huge rush's a good feeling, even though you know everyone's sitting kind of in the grass, socially distancing. Laughs Don't feel is impactful because you are outside and the laughter, you know, dissipates more easily than when you're shoved in a black box theater with a bunch of people, But Man. It feels good, Nancy. I got to say, just to be able to see people's eyes and t. Oh, I don't know There's something different when when you feel a laugh in person supposed to over the Internet, you know? Yeah, I I think I think everyone's nodding their head with you. At this point. Even meetings are the same. They're just It's like talking into the void hard to get that response back and forth. And S O. What's it feel like in terms of like I would imagine. That, you know, maybe you haven't had as much chance to work out material with a live audience, but that there is what economists would call pent up demand that people are just so hungry for Performance and laughter that do you notice a difference right now versus pre pandemic. Mm Uh, maybe I feel less pressure now to make something really good, Because excuse me. Everybody understands that comedians haven't been able to work anything out. So I guess I feel like a little more freedom to just kind of mess around, and I mean, I kind of always felt that way, too. Just that's kind of how I make stuff is just by throwing stuff up on stage and not worrying about How good it's gonna be, although that's always part of it. I don't know. It's nuanced. You know, Nancy, but, yeah, I'm not. I don't know if there's too much of a difference in terms I Yeah, I think people are Excited to see shows again, but I don't know. I think that they're always excited to come see shows. Yeah, it's an enjoyable thing seeing comedy, isn't it? Yeah, At one point in your Netflix special, you wrestle with an audience member. Seems like you're not gonna be able to be able to do that. For now, Um, does Or does that actually make it better like you're transgressing even more now to have physical contact with someone in the audience. Wow. You know, it's interesting. You say that I might not be able to do it now because I've had a couple of producers reached out to me. T o put up name, um, that show they're speaking about And then one of my other solo shows that I have where I am. Also interact with the audience quite a bit there asking me to re mount them. And I'm like you guys have seen these shows right? Like I don't know how Overhead friendly they are. I don't know what the protocol would would be. Uh, yeah. I mean, I guess I would if I If I did perform nay again live, I guess probably I would have to play. You know, play the post pandemic reality as part of the big, you know, maybe the wrestling but would change a little bit like I'd bring them up to wrestle me. But the joke would maybe end up Being more than I can't touch them. And so how do you figure out a way to wrestle somebody or bring that energy to it without actually touching them? I don't know. We'd see. Or maybe I get them to sign some sort of consent. Or maybe a gag would be toe. Bring a temperature checker with me before I wrestle them something like that. So I feel like there's ways, Tonto. The years the current reality and make light of it, Of course not make light of you know the disease or the pandemic, but just to bring a little lightness to it, See if you can use it. Natalie Paella meat. This is a comedian who's Netflix specialist called Nate a one man.

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"natalie i" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on The Radio Show

"That's everybody's got everybody's got their own today. That's just funny. Because keyser short host newton child you know you see how see how this works and when we have the entire crew and speaking to we you know with the the rest of our our crew. It's hard to say like we used to drop every tuesday but it's hard to say that we drop on tuesdays now that we've migrated to video but it seems like it's been fridays but we got our whole crew this on other shows that seem to gang up on me too. So outside of diva an easy we got tiki. Blew the jerk and bore cujo boy. Cujo become a youtube star. All all by himself with snack flow and really we got to. We do because debut to please mentioned something about your youtube channel as well. Please put it out there. So i am starting at already. Starting youtube channel for Teaching you know clients in people had to take care of the here weather at home During this Send my Stay at home situation. A lot of people can't reach hairstylists. Hairstylist is on. So i'm gonna teach people how to take care of here and keep the her healthy While they are at home cannot get to the hair salon. So you can follow that at Octavia do and I'll probably have them posted a link on our incident page at three issue. It's already show. Are you the next one to break out with youtube channel. Now you're next I don't plan on it but You know my have to still thunder. Go ahead and do that. So stay tuned. it's out there and get our own youtube channel to search for the radio show. Is the radio show on youtube Like i said. I was trying to say when we we ended up dropping the videos but it's been fridays. We used to come out every tuesday but it seemed like the video come out on fridays and then you can still get the audio version on streaming platforms that were on Including one called ghana in india. Where somehow got popular in india. Like on this out there. I check it every dentist. Like wow okay. That's interesting but yeah they're like our number two most listen to country after the. Us is india so a shadow to the country of ghana. Beautiful place do. The app is called gartner area. Don't talk anymore. You start having some international orders. Latest now sixteen i believe but yes so we have a next installment of the aftermath at some point this weekend tiki and diva. They have guessed. You'll see that on a youtube page as well as this episode. Where will be available on youtube age. All streaming platforms very soon. You know little bit of post production get it out there to the masses and so everybody can now the story and you know hopefully give us some business. Because that's the point is to grow her business and her brandon and all that good stuff so it's like mall black businesses. Yes yes of course but right. Now we're held evaluate your health issues at the number of everyone's priority list and We have to take care of each other like literally drinking water over here. I've got a green smoothie over here like we're all survival mode honestly so definitely distribution giggles. What's in that movie so. This is a kale spinach. Cucumbers of jews are sell on his on his son. I have a long list of things you take you kill. It's okay that's all right. It's it's kind of it's a little bit in overrated category. i mean i don't think anybody raves about the tail. I think is just more than there's just so i love kale sauteed like if you cook a sweet potato and you sauteed kale in a skillet with some olive oil like really good and imprisoned on topics cree. Some people have been tried saute might be a game changer. At some people replace like listening to the lettuce on their burger kale. I've seen it or kale salad. I mean we kill salad sergei. Nellie are you in jail or why dinosaur kill is the whole valid to our great salads. I don't mean to be like the first thing on my mind when i wrote into. My mind is kale them. Salads gold and silver is many like chicken nuggets can in my face look nose not the point of this conversation. The point is the point and you can get a piece on the side. I'm sorry because i could've designed diva was like. Hey i take us. There's many ways to use kale. This first step is to throw it in the trash but in saying you're not staying on topic or brand we're talking about being healthy and you're talking about shelvin chicken anything know. i know. i'm not even the grill. Ones also the steph liquor ending. The grew ones are outstanding. No they are. They are not good. It's not a yellow. i mean. obviously they're not as good as the original thing like they're they're not good. That is the yeah. Yeah got an unpopular opinion. Then i guess we need to do that. Segment unpopular opinions particular. There's nobody ever said. Nobody ever eat a grucci irradiates the pretty on the ground outside It is not good. I was all hyped up decided in the first salmon. It was disappointing. That's just where we disagree. But i'm gonna put that down unpopular faintness go like. We should like just tickets. There's gotta go the nuggets. That's going to be a fight. We all know. We always unpopular opinion. Because i seen one where not trying to extended any longer but somebody on unpopular opinions said that they rather boxed mac and cheese homemade mac and cheese. Why did you send it to me. I'm the most person on the planet and you send it to me. No you're not no lie no lie you'll be like nothing cheese. No that's what i'm saying. It's a segment on the show. The cave on stage but they do unpopular opinions ally. They'd be saying they have one person goes and says the most outrageous ever that they fully endorsed so that guy happened to say. I think homemade mac and cheese is trash and just give me the craft box so i can see on a.

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"natalie i" Discussed on Your Spinout is Gorgeous

Your Spinout is Gorgeous

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on Your Spinout is Gorgeous

"I would come home and see that God blesses you know young girl I met with her husband died boyfriend was killed or whatever, and we talked and he was like Ashley if something happens to me like you please don't don't be doing like lane in my coffin and you know morning for me he's like you have a wife. And I want you to be loved fearlessly I want you to be taken care of you know in like he would tease music. Sorry I was an educator to like you know I wish I wish I could take care of you and but promise me one thing whoever it is they love you and my daughter fearlessly you know and it was Just such kind permission for him. He said, you know of course if you die, he's like, I'm date hot blonde and I will never get remarried because I like being independent but he's like you don't do good by yourself. You know. So like we had had those sweet conversations and I think. People looking in there is that even now? I think about you know I want to love again. I will love again and there will be a new chapter in my life but there is the fear of like. Hurt anyone in that process I balancing a child is is hard enough but I am other people in my life. I have sister-in-law's that I love like my own family I have his parents that are my second parents you know and Want a new life to ever be something that you'd takes away from the anything's takes away from the love that I had for buddy. It's just wants a chapter and I will never find a love like that again, but I will love again and I think that's what's different. I will love again it doesn't mean I will love the same. You know it's it's a new love. I think for Reagan as a child same kind of thing you know it's like she's told me before I don't WanNa new dad and you step step parents are bad right now and she's laughing and I'm like no. That's in Disney movies most. Most Steph parents are not bad you know and in she lasts. There there's a fear in her. You can tell us even with friends of ours show shall love on them. You know, and then she'll get in the car. She misses her dad and. She's I don't ever want a new dad. You can tell the struggle she has even with friendships with with men who are good to us So so I tried to talk to by our hearts are resilient they grow, they don't shrink. And Daddy's love always GonNa be there. Daddy's always going to be here but he would also want us to Le Let love and be loved by anyone who wants to do that. Is Beautiful where can people find you Ashley? Oh. My goodness. Okay. Well, the coolest place to find us is following our adventures because Reagan I are doing that together with Fresno and I would you can follow us at www dot my friend fresno dot com. The book is actually available for pre sale along with some other goodies but the book were also on Instagram and facebook at my friend Fresno, and if they want to know a little bit more about me, I'm at Ashley well-meant Dot Com. Thank you so much for sharing this with us today. Thank you Natalie I. Hope that someone finds a little. Of something that sticks with them and they know that each day you will get stronger in does get better. Thank you so much darker dark wellman for being with us and for sharing. So generously of her most intimate. Moments of her life and her story. It was an honor to get to speak with her and thank you so much for being with me on another episode of Your spinout scorgeous. Would you please connect with me on Instagram Tiktok my website.

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"natalie i" Discussed on The Part-Time Jungle Podcast

The Part-Time Jungle Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on The Part-Time Jungle Podcast

"She helps businesses light up their passion to ignite their brand and shine online in addition. She is a proud mom of two kids who are four and six years old. I'm looking forward to talking with Natalie today about making a career change her motherhood work, Juggle and some tips and strategies for both easy and creating online content. So to get started. Natalie I wanted to chat with you about the idea. How as Moms and just? In life in general, we often think that the grass is greener on the other side, and this can sometimes be a source of motivation to make a change. But, it can also lead to some interesting insights as well so I would love to hear about your journey of leaving your corporate job to run your own business, and what led you to make? That change was the grass as green as it seemed to be. And do you have any regrets settle? So I have no regrets, so I'll start off with that and the grass definitely screener neither side like you remake never truly know what you're going to be going through or experiencing until you're in it. So I worked as a project manager in the in the in the financial services industry for about fifteen years, and it was an amazing career. I loved it I. Put all my heart and soul into. I would work the long hours and everything was about my job. I like I would manage multi million dollar projects out as always striving for more. In my career, and that was great, but then I found.

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"natalie i" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"Chedda Brennan Susan International Company of at Crates, professional software development tools to help developers work smarter and faster. We do strive to create the strongest most effective developer tools and of ambitious attitudes. By mating common tasks, we enabled programmers to focused on co design and the big picture instead of boilerplate. Code. That's awesome so I'm curious I have spent some time as a product marketing manager, and it's always kind of a difficult rule to explain the people people are not clear whether or not it's technical or not, so what is a day in the life of a product marketing manager? And do you really see a hybrid between product and marketing? Well in a sense it is, and actually there is no typical day at least for me I'm basically the person helps the team. There will be maintained. Hear the voices so for Ruby developers and I'm the one who tells Ruby developers would good Ruben mind has to offer. That said I communicate with customers, online and offline I'm in charge of advertising mortgage, research, content, creation, codeine, sometimes and so I. Don't do it all myself of course, but I am the dot to where all these lines connect. I love that where some of the best places either online or offline to reach Ruby developers. Oh. I'd say it's a it. Of course and twitter has a huge community. And we have our own channels like our newsletters. We also forget a lot of feedback a the our. Issue Tracker. So. There are lots of places. Social Media and online. That's great, so I'M GONNA. Put you on the spot and ask you for an elevator pitch for our listeners who haven't had a chance to ever use ruby mind before I've been a user for about five years and I absolutely love it. So why should ruby developers consider using ruby mine? Ruben. Mine is an ID <hes> that said it has all essential tools that help you go. More efficiently. It offers powerful Golden, said features such as gold. Completion Golden Education language, specific inspections will quick success refectory in editor, Weekday Communication Remind provides a test runner debater visa supporter I could go for hours. It's basically everything you need to develop and Ruby only monoplace. Now I agree I really and I should say this as well that jeopardizes not a sponsor of the podcast I was excited to have Natalie on. Just because I've been a user of the tool for so long and really there isn't many tools out there like ruby mine, and what's fascinating about jet brains is Ruby mine yeses further ruby on rails community, but they have a solution for pretty much every market out there. My partner writes <hes> PHP foles full time and he uses PHP storm. Yeah actually it's pretty easy to transfer from one idea to another for example. If you want to learn a new language or try something you, you can just switch to a different <hes> Gebran tie, and you'll be like at home.

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"natalie i" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You know it's one the rare things where with with the group by himself it doesn't matter it's all just the same and good Natalie with your dog training store hadiah Natalie I'm doing good Fridays make me happy yeah he's actually really good due to I I've not time for the story here but I got to spend some quality time when I was still on the music side with rob Thomas I it early in the match by twenty days in super good guy all had a really rough run with women but a really good guy and those women I tell ya I think that every time I will five Florida looks like I lost a little more than six months from election day there's a new fox poll out today it shows president trump and Joe Biden in a statistical tie in a state where president trump obviously one four years ago Biden's leading with forty six percent to the president's forty three percent of the gap is within the poll's margin of error so like they said it's a toss up well and how I mean what the heck who even knows at this point we never seen anything like this is like all my modeling on politics going out the window and United sis or what but this is like the ultimate you know give to Joe Biden nobody's paying any attention to him so it's all on the I mean he was pretty much given the post said at this point by virtue of the thought of Joe Biden rather than the candidate so he gets to continue to do that and every now and then I'll come out and remind people go back go back basement stay there and don't turn on the camera speaking of basements that is where the NFL's first virtual draft took place Roger Goodell's basement and as we await rate ratings to come out I think it is going to be maybe dean highest rated most engage and L. draft ever Bryan Burrough ABC news standing by it seems like it really was pulled off quite well yeah I I I think so in that the league seems to think so Roger Goodell was asked about it afterwards and said that you know it could have been a train wreck and and it actually went pretty smooth by the way would you think of Roger Goodell's basement forty mil a year for it to be very extravagant and and I you know it looks like basements that does friends that I've got you know that I've hung out in before so yeah I was a lot of interior decorating decisions are based on what I was a big difference by the way between Joe burrow and his family's living room there and and and in the Midwest verses Jerry Jones who heads I don't know if you saw his spread but it was pretty amazing it looked like it was a movie set to be I want to watch it you know it went it went well there's obviously was not as much fan interaction they had stands in the background when announces announcements of of players were made and you could hear a little bit a few blues are cheers yes the virtual but when I was a nice feature yeah some of it some of it seemed a little steak and and my hand but I mean to be honest with you we we could have seen you know issues with you know cameras not being available or wifi break ups or you know who knows but it all went on just fine it's in the tunnel you mention to actually I I was wondering about the approach and whether he has more opulence to his basement or not I'm I'm not surprised they made it look very relatable bid for all the obvious reasons especially during the pandemic what's your question it's interesting because I have spent my life on the periphery of people that are far more impressive than me and I've come across billionaires that if you want in their space you would just think it's a nice nice home because they want everything to be comfortable and able to be used rather than you know the counts that you can never sit on type of thing and then you get into that other circumstance I've known people that are billionaires you walk into their space and their well to do and everything makes you scared to even look at it the wrong way so yeah I but it was it was good now the actual pics no surprise at one or two and the dolphins they did it they went for two one yeah do you get your George Jersey S. that that's got to be very exciting the future is here we we you know he was one of those guys that they were talking about sliding deeper into double digits maybe and I'll obviously there was a need for a man the history of the injuries you can kind of push those to the side for now because he's your guy so you get a nice little shiny first round pick there to to lead you into the next generation of dolphin football are you a buyer or seller onto a this injury scare me I'm a guy who's had three ACL tears as I don't do anything these days so yeah yeah any sports anymore so you know but he's younger than me and who knows people come back from injury my players didn't even have a tax I basically had to sit there and and you know judge everyone's interior design for the for the three hours or so that's basically what I did dear I ask how you you did it three times how are you soccer baseball soccer and I was not scoring a game winning goal or you know making a game saving catch in either case it was stupid things like stepping funny and my knee just went the wrong way L. man S. sorry it's tough well it it brought me into this career right there you go everything happens for a reason and that thankfully to his medical chart not as bad as Ryan's at this point Brigitte arrived Ribeiro ABC news in Chicago at news Perot on Twitter that is a tough run for sure all right now we're gonna come back to go you might have heard about will first we heard about the big cats at the Bronx zoo that were tested positive for cove in nineteen then the little guys earlier this week domestic kitties testing positive how much concern is there what's real what isn't one check in with the veterinarian about that next right here on the prime might show newsradio six ten WD.

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"natalie i" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Well how you doing great good great good I welcome to the show so what's going on with Natalie I have your email here why don't you explain to us are you mad any dates you've been on where things are now aren't you know me and Natalie we met on tinder we talked for a little bit exchanged numbers and went out Matt up and it would honestly amazing we had great chemistry one thing led to another and we have that have gone back to my place look up and let her go what amazing and now he's going to be and I don't understand how he could go through when it was such an amazing back yeah amazing hook up tender it is kind of known now as the hook up app so do you think maybe that that's what she was after and she got it and that's it or did you get the impression that she wanted to see you again no I I don't know I think she wanted to see me again I note in there can be the hook up app but I know a lot of people that go on relationships and bait from it so it was good you know that as you say that if it was good for both of you then you know why not call you again and do it again yeah he didn't give me that by this he didn't want to talk again I just thought it was an amazing and we would meet up again I would come back around to if it was that good I mean come on let's sum we're gonna call Natalie was he would get on the phone and ask some questions you'll be on the phone to and hopefully we can straighten this out set you guys up on another date and pay for that okay okay can you hang on for just a second yeah part two waiting by the phone coming up after Liz I don't keep me do the hang they will very welcome back let's call Natalie you guys met on tender at a great day hold jobs that was great in your opinion you're hoping to hear from her again you've reached out she's ghosting you you want to know what's up yeah I I would really like to know what's going on let's see if we can figure this out good luck hello hi this is Natalie yes Natalie good morning is financially for the morning radio show on kiss FM in Chicago and I'm sorry to bother but I do have to tell you that we are on the radio right now and I need your consent to continue with the call can we keep talking for a minute yeah thank you so I'll get right to it we're calling on behalf of a guy named will who reached out to us talked about meeting you on tinder and a date that you guys went on yeah and so what happened we will because he reached out and said that he thought that the day went well and he likes you and there is some other stuff that went on and he thought went well and so he was kind of hoping that we could maybe get you on the phone and figure out why you're not responding to any of his calls or messages I mean we went out and it was pretty fun I guess but I mean I really just there to hook up well we were not and it was not good at all it was not good because he said it was good so it was not good no no no no I ended up covered in bruises and he told me Z. nineteen well clearly up what it being like but as well where it was really awkward the next day I had my grandma's eightieth birthday party and my entire family was there and it literally looks like I got beat up well okay you didn't describe any of that so things got a little rough a little yeah like I had a bloody lip he bit me and I'm like are you know so you can like that's because like a vampire something like yeah a **** is on the let me let me bring will and I forgot to mention it will say well you didn't mention the things got a little a little yeah I mean look kind of crazy yeah it now it would be crazy it's called passion I don't eat it wasn't called the passion they learn about early it's called passion okay it's not happen when I have to show up the next day with a pound of make up on my feet it's just gross like I don't want but that's the price you pay for pension how long ago do you allow this to go on Natalie before you're like Hey like I hear the limits you do you've gone too far like stop bugging me stop giving me taking a look at what point do you say if you don't like it I'm not putting this on you but if you don't like it they wanna you vocalize like that enough is enough because it sounds like there was a lot of it if you had covered up with make up warning things got a little rock and everything but I do know he's actually mark on me so you didn't mind it did you just say like the marks they came from it yeah exactly well I I mean I don't know how you do one without the other this is the price you pay for passion learn about it but I didn't mean to leave markets just you know the way to go yeah okay well look what is he toned it down a little bit like let's right now I'm I'm not interested in okay so even like a P. G. thirteen version of what happened now hi I've had better it's all just keep saying go wrong all right so not going to be a match will I'm sorry Natalie thanks for your time we wish you both the best of luck okay thank you ochre the yeah we yeah we we he added some well only I need some info six one six I got a missed call from you that number she won by the first is I was just as it was like night and I was starstruck thank the free store with red energy I'm one of the three five kiss FM bachelor finale went down so listen if you haven't watched yet I'm going to give spoilers just FYI but on Peter and it is season as the bachelor not engaged to anyone but casually dating one of his contestants so early on the finality because I don't watch he was ready to propose to the only girl left hand in hand when he shocked by the news that she may also have left him so she let second thought C. band like how his heart before between two women at this stage and stalled heading to receiver proposal but it was all routes you should up anyway in a white dress just like the first impression rose from night one the one that she had and she accepted she said this is a dream come true and he carried her off to a champagne picnic only forty five minutes into the episode of course Peter's family especially his mom Barbara was thrilled with the nail is because they actually liked Hanahan queue to a month later Weber and hand or Hanna and met for the first time since their romantic day Hannah was near tears as he opened the door I have no doubt amid falling in love with you blah blah blah Hanna said when I said yes to you I said yes to a partnership if you can't give me that love in return that it's not a relationship so knowing of this whole split Chris Harrison headed to Madison's home town of Auburn Alabama without Peter knowing selects goal Rufio to Chris Harris telling Madison that Peter has ended his engagement yeah I hate to darken the mood at all today because it's a big day myself and I just found out about hand in hand to be honest I'm not positive she's coming yeah I'm sorry if you know the medicines I hear unless you told second that's fast enough his dramatic music so I guess Madison is going to be his girl now apparently said Peter in Madison say they plan to give their relationship another try and I made more mistakes ever made his the bachelor but I still sit here on the couch next year now and that makes me happy do you want to give this relationship a real shot yeah I think like you know taken like one step at a time one day at a time is like it must be the smartest way to go with it no okay that sounds real promising doesn't it it doesn't seem sure yeah and Peter's mom is passed out his mom did not get along with Madison originally she said it's gonna fail to succeed well now and Peter said all I know is I love Madison so now it's Madison Peter Versace's family and that's where the story ends they they ever bring up the producer person ever I guess not I mean I don't watch the show but according to everything I have here it doesn't say anything about it so if you know different let us know HD TV revealed a new shell that'll have celebrities like Brad Pitt helping with home renovations I need a home renovation all of my new house celebrity you is going to feature drew and Jonathan Scott along with Hollywood A. listers giving back to those who impacted down by surprising them with home renovations so celebrity guests include Brad Pitt Melissa McCarthy viola Davis rebel Wilson and Michael B. day celebrity I. 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U. premieres in April Billie Eilis fire back at body shamers during the opening night of her where do we go to our in Miami on Monday during a short video between songs she appeared on screen in a dark tank top as she spoke to the crowd about the opinions people have over the video shooter taking upper tank top at the end she was just wearing a bra yeah really believe who is always like in super baggy clothes but she believes in the video Billy told the crowd you have opinions about my opinions about my music about my clothes about my body some people hate what I wear some people praise it some people use it to shame others some people use it to shame me but I feel you watching always so of course bill usually wearing baggy stuff are performing but you won't believe no body shamers mortgage check out online today you gotta see this plastic bubble thing that this lift driver in New York and made for himself to protect protect himself from corona virus I don't know how he sees out of this thing I got to make that money man but like it I don't know I don't know how you seeing anything and you can also see the video Billie Eilis stripping down in Miami that's at Fred Angie dot com credit entry traffic travel times if.

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"natalie i" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Drive whole go to him innocently do these are broken okay I just need to wait a little longer and we can get you a Cup of coffee or tea or you're waiting I don't think you have any heavenly voices you need to worry about right now is the leases voice that yet what I'm saying is really okay hi Natalie I know for shows no purgatory anymore when they take that away it's full of babies and knowing that's limbo this purgatory same place the right next to your baby purgatory there's a separate one that would be somebody help being in there there's a bunch of screaming based on that I thought I thought I might add baptizing babies it's a but it is out of the vehicle my somebody baptize one of these things that's a much a sponsor that's right Gil mortgage one triple eight seven seven eight K. I. E. L. it's your mortgage ones for you anything having to the mortgage right now there's a great time to bill to get yourself a the approval letter if you head out into the world to get yourself a house or maybe you'd like to be a CV could save some money by refinancing gets killed mortgage one triple eight seven seven eight K. I. E. L. I wonder if they're working today think they have often I like Tom I think they do they have lined up all of their days with Tom's days so Q. mortgage get him while you can exactly all right yeah by the way if you just if you tune in at the top of the show Mike was able to make a a queue in cursive which say I wasn't going to a certain age all rights that said you missed a lot I never knew how close a short I. actually what are what stop your show Sean look anymore bored I ask you without him without his face being down on to the on to the the buttons now true he's on the board dealers should go back to since I can't dealerships the guard dealerships is saying to people that have some of them anyway when you come in with your car and you have a trade and you got your old crappy car you want to get a trade in on that give me what you gonna get me for my in Palo will give you four thousand Bucks and how much you gonna sell me the other car for those are the numbers of work around in this case what they're telling in some cases the Wall Street journal says that's happening more and then one has any numbers to Jack's beat approve this they have a term for it they call it kicking at was a kicking the kicking back trade kick in the trade taken the trade yeah yeah which is which is essentially they say look don't talk about this other loan that you have we're gonna give you a loan we're not gonna tell the lender you have an existing loan and then you just allow the lender on your prior car loan to repossess the car that way you get this car you're not responsible for that car but there's a whole set of repercussions that come from that that the dealers are apparently who were doing this are not telling people well why don't they just do what they used to do or I'm sure still they a lot of Ammar which is you go in and they look at your car they walk around they scratch the dented look at this look at that may step back and say can doing that sound you know they're looking at your car thing that's be scrapped and then they give you the number we can the most we can get if that is twenty eight hundred knowing that they're either going to give you a low number there and then hits with another number over here they're gonna give you a high number on the trade in and then add more to the sale price of the other I think they I think many times they still do I mean this is obviously not the only way that cars get moved right so I would say that they probably still do and the funny thing is if you talk to people at certain dealerships depending how well this program is managed they make more money on the used car than they do on the news from the are frequently they can get the margin is can be a few thousand dollars as opposed to a couple thousand dollars and they actually like that model if they can get a good used car but in some cases some dealers do not like to deal on the in the used car market and so they push you in other directions living either selling it or maybe doing something like this so the kick to kick to kick alone back to the bank and allow the bank to take your car away from you stop paying the loans on the thing they repossess the car okay that must get crushes your credit but do you not get your new car and then your bank takes your car away the other car well I can get you really have it at one particular point the way this thing works one particular point you have two cars yeah Carlo yes so that's how these not tenable for a lot of people and so you have whatever that new car is yeah you have that in its loan and that's what you wanna have moving ahead the other one gets re possessed with a problem also even though it gets repossessed that doesn't mean you stop your debt goes away they then grab that car kill your credit rating and try to move the car through auction so when they moved that because they're not concerned about you and your debt they're gonna get all the money anyway so they'll sell that car for under market and then that different the margin between what the car was what you still on the loan and what they sell it for you're still on the hook for that and this is another thing the dealers don't tell you is that extra four to five grand is still hanging out there with your prior lender right that you can't they still continue to come after you with that they play the yes and if you can't pay at the end up selling it to somebody who then becomes a debt collector gets paid fifty cents on the dollar when they buy old the whole thing plays out the funny thing is this happened a lot of the mortgage crisis as well you are being told by your banks to default and then you can get this federal help but that people would default not get the federal help the back house would get repossessed and they'd be like a lousy credit rating and no home for set of their own property and then moving into a rental somewhere I mean beware when low when blenders tell you all don't worry about the loans you already have just worry about hours sounded ballets meek being able to tell a personal story about this very thing I don't require a bill for you to what about if you told the story before her you hear this is al yeah okay all the way to go on this one that I have never told as part of this story really yeah okay well actually I have told a bad I had a house big big mortgage dot things are going well lost a job at a V. magazine and then went to my bank person and then went to it hired this attorney guy and he said stop paying on the only way to have this thing going to a short sale is to stop paying and all my god when you stop paying that mortgage and you get these envelopes to get thicker and thicker and I knew and I called my mom would open them or no no he said don't open them he said listen just don't open them don't answer the phone don't do anything just completely cut yourself off just take the things and if send your kids down to the mailbox and let them get the mail and then let them just throw it in the sewer just be done with it don't look at it a motion or throw the sewer right emotionally just don't become attached to it because things are going to really pile up and it has to be you've got to stop paying long enough in order for us to build a file for the second but it is devastating because you know the whole time your credit is just getting slashed immigrant whistling town or all right so to get it out she had the sewers full again still to actually play it didn't work the way he said it what I I I guess I did the second lost credit couldn't do anything for seven years yeah I did work they're supposed to work and I I ended up shutting the house of three hundred thousand dollars and when the other guy bought it as it is not his fault he buys the house gets a huge deal on it and then there was a giant clock and it was I took me forever to find this like it was enormous it was up on this beautiful rock fireplace that we had it with all the floor to ceiling is gorgeous place like a ski lodge okay guess ski lodge clock is a beautiful car and the real litter who's buying house said to me I the new owners would like to know can they have the clock it was perfect right and I went now I think I was pretty big what you gonna do with it I'm like I don't know how to roll it out here and if I have to I bought a second look at work but it the sooner right away I just couldn't listen it's not his fault guys coming to get a screaming deal he's been doing to me just the situation happened in life right you're angry at that stupid clock in the garage of things like fifty feet high just ridiculous you can't put it into place now there's no room for it's just too big I ago elected bell in that buzzers and I I doesn't yeah it's still although although the funny thing is those were going off in my head anyway what I normally do is all set I might have told this story before and that's usually what I just go straight to the internet but I do fight I have to say something.

Natalie I
"natalie i" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"natalie i" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Hi my name is Michael Swanson I'm calling from international I was looking for Natalie she hi Natalie I'm calling because brie and put you down as a reference and I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions about her yeah sure okay so you know brand yes I do okay and how do you know her she works for me for a couple of years a little while back yeah that's what she put down so that's true yes okay how was her attendance was she always on time or was she frequently late smelling of booze with her clothes messed up I don't know he was always on time I was being serious that I heard the laugh there did you ever come into work looking messed up like she had a one night stand lipstick smeared stumbling around knows she did it well all I can about this I'll put her down as on time mostly you know he was always on time okay you sure you're not covering for her what does she do anything all right now I feel like you're really covering for because amazing come on you're over exaggerating a little I think I'm telling you the truth she okay all right fine all just continue with my questions and at any time when Brianne worked for you did you hear rumors that she was smuggling illegal animals into our country what animals like pick me monkeys Australian river otters anything I just routine questions that we like to ask when we're doing a reference check that's question are ridiculous and totally out of bounds and frankly quite read so your defensive about that one that leads me to think that there's been some animal smuggling were you two in Kerr who say what no animal smuggling you are crazy see now now the fact that you're getting so upset makes me wonder about your friends an employee because of your this hot headed I've got as soon yeah I'm sorry what was that I you know you're yelling that you're not hot headed though that would lead me to think that your her kinda hot headed in sort of a loose cannon I am not yeah right straight by your stupid ridiculous question about my okay fine well then here's one that's not stupid and ridiculous did Breanna frequently talk about being in love with the fictional pirate at any time that's not a dumb question are you here right now yeah are you kidding me answer the question did she ever talk about being in love with the fictional pirate what are you people at your work they are in love with fictional pirate no no thank you all the crazy crap no we don't know we don't because I'm not scared to ask the tough questions when it comes to rest yeah you know how how many times I've weeded out somebody who is smuggling illegal animals or in love with the fictional pirate what about nursery rhymes what did Brianne ever walk around the store humming nursery rhymes creepily like she was having bad thoughts are you how to bail on only you're telling me that if you were working with someone who was humming nursery rhymes and walking around creepily you wouldn't be scared I don't want that on my business line insuring your insane question you've got to have somebody over you I want to talk to them now actually I don't because this is a prank phone call what what is actually Jubal from broken you will in the morning doing a phone tap on you your friend Brianne set you up it's a joke she told me that she put you down as a reference for a job and wanted me to give you a hard time about it oh my gosh my blood pressure like twenty five point is that because you're scared because you're smuggling animals yeah that's what I thought twenty the two point five I needed to change on the line that can fix me the the next segment has gone through a major evolution over the years it started as what you're doing at the schoolhouse we had to stop that after Jose got a restraining order after asking too many young children questions about their lives then we tried what you do at the bathhouse and we had in that one because they like that one way too much we can never get him back in the states always at the bathhouse was literally us calling going eighty what you do have about help it is the second already come back and then we finally found the right type of house with what you do and at the courthouse perfect blend of awkward and disturbing so let's go to the courthouse is coming up right after this from the you you.

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"natalie i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:42 min | 2 years ago

"natalie i" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"New year we wish you health prosperity and joy a all of the good stuff in twenty twenty can be a good year start to a new decade good morning robin good morning Natalie I was gonna ask you if you had wished and everybody happy new year and she just at yeah happy new year hard to believe every year as I'm setting up for Christmas all in all the decorations and you're starting to plan for family and I gaffes kids are so excited and I think because I don't know why every year when it's over I told Bobby this earlier in December why every year I'm just so ready to take everything down and then this year we got said about new year's time or mid week and I we were ready to take everything down but I was a little bit more aware there's just a lot that goes on in December on every note like once December's over I enjoy it I love it but a kind of ready to move on to clean things up and fresh pressure us late Monday January and February MoveOn right exactly everybody goes back to work tomorrow that's been off for a couple weeks you know I can't tell you how beautiful life kids go back to school exactly I sent a lot of emails that I heard I'll be back on January sixth I'm sure we'll have a lot going on tomorrow with all the follow up of every it for everybody that's been out until January sixth but December is a big month you know in the financial side as you're doing end of year tax planning now by a Celine lot prior lost taken losses just finishing up our indie is things like that that need to be done so it stays really busy at at work it's busy at home it's just busy busy busy but all good stuff and it'll be busy next week as we can re balance our portfolios yep does you talked about you know in the first in a monologue you know just take an apple and Microsoft have been tremendous performers this year and if you all know stocks in your portfolio it all day you have some big gains I thank god apple was up eighty six percent Microsoft was up fifty nine percent a year yeah for the year so if you've had him all year and Natalie suggested that you re balance your portfolio there's a couple of issues that you may want to take a little bit off the table and what about the people that say but apple's gonna go forever well it couldn't Microsoft's gonna go forever I'm just plain as we hear that a lot right and it could and so I wanna keep some in there but it could also have Boeing is the base of the a really really great example of what can happen to a good company that none of us think Boeing is going to go out of business or go away only in but Boeing had a set back in twenty nineteen that greatly impacted their stock price and we have clients that have very high exposure to Boeing's stock because they either worked at Boeing or they you know their family worked at Boeing we have situations with clients where you see exposure in a in one company that's higher and we always recommend trying to reduce that I'm keeping taxes in mind and and looking at the overall strategy we've we've dealt with things like that with Amazon apple Boeing Raytheon's Honeywell's I mean it Microsoft of I said that already but the fear of missing out on more and more and more can put you at risk of having downside that is hard to recover and one that called Natalie Cole reed right yeah and so yes those stocks are probably going to continue I don't see why apple can't continue with its growth except that if the whole economy if you see thing a slow down at any point you could see that but apples a strong company they've got great things going on I heard this morning all rights on article that or maybe yesterday that apple could be the replacement for HBO that it you know they may take over just the way they're doing their streaming so many changes so there's good companies out there just don't get too greedy reevaluate your Rask reevaluate your financial situation and re balance your portfolio but you know the bottom line is that companies are going to basically sell the price is going to be determined by their ability to earn money and you know generate revenues for the company and sometimes we talk about P. E. ratios here the price earnings ratio and and you can I thank currently stocks is selling at about a seventeen he and but we've had some years in the past where P. ease of gotten up to twenty five twenty six that really is over valuing a lot of companies and if you get down into the you know the lower teens are even you know that ten eleven P. E. range for the S. and P. five hundred that's probably a good time that you'd want to step in and buy sell we're not overly priced here I don't thank you using the P. E. ratio analysis but you know some companies have higher P. ease than they would normally what have and that doesn't mean that apple can't go to a higher P. but what we're saying here is if you when you re balance you know keep things the way that you originally set them out to be and we would never recommend to anyone then you do something that we're not doing ourselves as you mentioned this week were very heavy re balancing that's right a lot of our time will be spent on in between appointments and things that we do with our clients but we are re balancing port we a re balancing taken advantage of take gains that we've seen and of investing into the areas that are under performed and even us as professionals that do this all the time you tend to kind of catch yourself and say hi guys but what if the market just is market gonna keep going you know should we re balance should we do that should we do that but we know there's a system it's just a planned and we don't deviate from it it doesn't mean that thought doesn't cross your mind every once in awhile gosh what if apple just keeps going what if tax just go forever what if you know energy never makes a comeback and then you see something like what happened Thursday that actually could affect energy prices it did we saw spike Friday and oil but you just you just the investing is not a game where you want to try to predict the future and the discipline and diversification is going to be your best friend and you're at your most successful strategy over long term then everybody's different we have clients that are a hundred percent invested in equities your clients that are very heavy fixed income and then everywhere in between so now you're at where you live but the basic things like rebalancing are very very important we do it we recommend other people take a look and do it the best time to re balance is when the markets are high you can you're not panicking you're taking games off as opposed to you know kicking yourself in the rear because you didn't do it you knew you should have done it maybe you don't even know how to do it that's where that's where people like us are professionals coming in if you have no idea you do this on your own you have no idea how to do it you need some guidance that's what that's what we do so give us a call you know gives you an opportunity as well to look at not only companies that have done well but if you've got a a couple of companies in your portfolio that our dogs have for lack of a better word or that they're not you know maybe they're in the retail business and you know they're not they're not performing well and the expectation of performance in the future is not that bright you know maybe it's time to get out of those issues and move into jail some other issues in your park after I was looking at the in two weeks ago we had our last written radio shell and the Dow how was it twenty eight thousand four fifty five over the last two weeks basically the markets the Dow the S. P. and nasdaq fairly flat but guess what has done the best out oil and gas and that's over two days yeah yeah that was that was basically Thursday and Friday or may leave this Friday do you have the oil price from two weeks ago on the shelf sixty dollars and thirty six cents and now it's sixty three oh four asos up I think over over four percent and gold was at fourteen eighty two at two weeks ago today on Friday it's fifteen fifty five sell it at a similar type of performance and again that's over just a one or two day period well in the other thing that happened is your site what were the bond was the ten year bond ten year treasury yield two weeks ago anytime you have an event like what we saw with Iran or with this the military leader in Iran bean I guess you call it assassinated taken out what you know in you you have a fear of a global a potential war or on rast in a region retaliation not knowing what we're preparing for you're gonna seem you see money flowed of what we call safe havens and safe havens are fixed income gold M. energy in this case is not a safe haven but we know the Middle East as is heavy oil and so you wonder what might happen to the prices of where we're going to talk more about that but you see this flight of money to safety one of the ten year treasury two weeks ago was a one point nine two percent yeah it's drop down to one point seven eight or one point seven nine at the thirty year was down nine basis points you know money short term money's not going to go into a thirty year bond it's gonna go into the shorter term maturities like a two year the ten year and again it's a flight to safety Ellen it's amazing how you know maybe next week at all then a flow back out again it one and it's absolutely again that and I'm Jim Cramer put out a commentary on one of his shows Iraq's I believe is on Friday they say this is you don't panic when things like this happen and you know coming off of a year where the major indices were up twenty five twenty eight thirty plus you know twenty eight percent on average call it we knew we said the slash at the end of last year wait till January but they'll probably be some profit taking because it wasn't going to be a rush to take profits at the end of twenty eight nineteen we had clients asking us guys were there any losses you can get off limits our games as much as possible don't take people that don't want more games because you're paying taxes on those so you have that look that search for losses and to help back on the tax side as far as what you have to pay on capital gains but we knew in January you could see with this re balancing you see profits being taken on the positions that have moved up and more than likely that's what you saw on Friday I did not the the market movement on Friday the market closed down about two hundred and fifty points are so on Friday that it was off the lows that the low I think we were down almost four hundred at least in the futures and they never really got down there but two hundred fifty points when the markets over twenty eight thousand it's just not at eight I would it if there was true panic of the situation on Friday I would have expected more from from the markets do you agree with that yes and that can change next week as this as that we don't know all the information of the details or where this is going to go we don't know I ran six step and we don't know what's gonna happen all we know is there are thousands of troops being deployed and you know we we pray for all of those people and their families that whatever happens here people stay you know people are safe and can come back home safely which is a good reason again to you know go back to re balancing it gives you an opportunity to go ahead and restructure your portfolio to where it should be according to the arrest and we're gonna be doing that as we've said guess what we're gonna be taking some profits in many of the holdings that we have in our in our model and itself well well well but some profit Charlie and and we'll see what happens to the rest here but we'll put get things back the way they should be yep absolutely when we come back from the break our phone lines are open eight zero five six seven eight you can send us questions on Facebook if there's if you're wondering how to how to re balance how to go through that reassessment process I'm gonna talk a little bit about rest in and nine Dylan's domain villains not here today but we continue on we try to fill in issues it's tough to do but we do our best so we're gonna talk about risk analysis in our in the Dylan's Jermaine segment and continue to talk about how to approach the new year after we.

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"natalie i" Discussed on i tried it podcast

i tried it podcast

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"natalie i" Discussed on i tried it podcast

"And then when it comes time to maybe you're having a more intense emotional conversation. Whatever it might be and your language just does not line China like you're saying you know we all have different experiences around the words we're using? We feel different things so one thing definitely is coming back to the physical sensations can be super helpful and just sharing from a really like personal subjective place in that way and just saying you know as I sit in this right now. I'm feeling playing a buzzing feeling in my leg at this point and it's slowly spreading upward. That's the way to invite someone in without having to dive into all the other stuff that's coming up and it also can really help to re ground and then in terms of bridging the specific language. Language I think that's really where you know people do this practice. I've heard it mentioned like it's not always engaged in myself but you could have that other person repeat how it sounds to you or to them right so if I say this Mrs upset me et Cetera. They can say okay. What I'm hearing is this and I can absolutely be powerful? I think that I've done it in a slightly Less structured manner so at least for my partner partner and I as we are navigating conversations like this. Let's tune in this way Tools that we like to us. When we're having a conversation is to body language the body language is huge so even stepping back from the words and just really rooting back into that physical presence of staying open arms at our sides or hands in each other's hands facing each other and maintaining I contact? That is a big one and I also feel like when I do that it it helps me stay much more grounded in what I'm explaining and also in really being present to listen for the other person so it's really physically setting myself up to receive whatever message they're conveying in the way that they are convenient and I have found that to be super helpful. I I feel like so much can get lost. If you're just kinda like not looking at each other and like your body's aren't open to each other like so much can get that loss and you're not really hearing each other so I think that's like a great place to start physically and like even you just like describing that it does does create like that vulnerable space but then that way like you and your partner whoever it is our like open to the conversation and so yeah I love that and then I also Love how you kicked off your response with desire does not necessarily mean a request. I I think that's such a great point and you know creating that safe space to express those desires so You know no whoever you're expressing to can be open to it and just like receive it and it doesn't like require response. You're just sharing absolutely if you don't mind Natalie I would love to circle back to something I'll see you mentioned in the beginning. which was okay? She'll magic objec- kin. What what is the magic? Please tell us so. Okay this book that that I am reading I actually picked up at my favorite used bookstore down in an accord. Washington is super cute. The saying if anyone has ever there airtel me and I'll tell you the name of the because it is like the most adorable little coffee shop bookstore ever been to and I love it So I am not even that far into this book and already there's so many amazing things and getting from it and I'm also loving the fact that a lot of the concepts it's explaining are ars things that I have really discovered along my journey Just didn't seeing how I respond diving in that way and I think in purchase because of how I analyze analyzed and engage with information M My responses that have kind of done a bit of self exploration and learning in that realm without necessarily surly reading from the same context as the book and so really. It's talking about something I do love to get into which is harnessing harnessing Sexual connection and You know sexual desire turn on whatever you WANNA call it as a guiding force and something we can experience moment to moment of every day and so something that I share on a lot is the idea of not just living in desire so living in those nudges and being attuned with those and using those as a guide but also living in the sensation not that brings and and the way I described that is living in orgasm and that alone is one of the notions. I feel Neil that has been portrayed in Maceda media at large as this like really finite end moment. a sexual experience one really. It is something so all encompassing and that can be a state of existence for a prolonged prolonged period of time and living in that state And so if we look at it back to more concrete example outside the bedroom living in desire and and building up these cumulative moment to moment experiences full of desire and soul of turn on can create this state of living in orgasm orgasm and living in absolute engagement and excitement and in that sense the way that it feels for me and the way the I describe it is almost suspending time. So it's really fully being enthralled with that physical sensation I get when I'm living that way and being fully present for the experience so not worrying about the future thinking about the past over analyzing But just being a hundred percent exactly where my feet are right now and for me what I can be in that state and suspended in that way. It's as though my feet are rooted so far into the ground and my chest is being pulled up to the heavens at the exact same time and I feel completely open and completely secure all at the same time. Oh my gosh. What a beautiful description and who wouldn't want to live in Oregon yeah from like the physical Signs you know when we're talking about in the bedroom great feeling so taking out of the bedroom to. I know that maybe some the listeners might be like. Why do that like outside of the bedroom? I know for me. This is a new concept and I love to live in this way so is like what are some steps we can take to like reach this living and orgasm you know outside of the Badger. Mike like how. How can this be achieved? Because I know that you know the word orgasm is usually like kind of like an end goal. Like what you were saying. It's a finite feeling and how can we kind of remove that definition and from that word when we're talking about like outside of the bedroom like how can we live living this way so I actually think that starting in the bedroom is a super powerful way to do that. And whether it's on your own or with a partner it is absolutely something that can be explored and so a simple way to do that would be You know set a timer similar to having that a conversation before expressing a desire and creating that safe space set a timer for ten minutes and focus on a physical stimulus and really all's roles sending all your energy and attention to that one location that is being stimulated so even if it's on your own and you know just tickling your stomach really lightly with your finger focus on that feeling and being present for that ceiling and letting all thoughts slip away And so in that way. It's almost a meditative experience and it's really about learning to be present for each moment as it comes and then really take that outside. The bedroom really similar notion would be just really showing up for desire moment to moment every day checking back in with those physical feelings that align when I'm living in my truth and I following where I know I need to go. Oh and how I need to be there and be able to string together. Those moments and those feelings will create that get experience of Orgasm in day to day. Life so big one for me like if I think of my first strong feeling of being connected with my higher power was sitting in the trees I was it was super early. I was is wrapped in a sleeping bag sitting on a hay. Bale at this music festival but I go to in volunteer at Typically I skipped this year But I was in the trees and I was sitting there and I was meditating and there was this moment where everything went silent and all I I heard was the wind moving through the trees and the birds in the background but it was like everything outside of that just slipped away and I sat in in that moment for. I don't know how long but it wasn't fleeting. I can tell you that and it it did. It felt like I was suspended in that train. And just they're fully and it was so powerful and so for me it definitely comes a lot from nature and I think that can be a really powerful the first guy to being able to feel it in the work day in my friendships at a busy coffee shop. Whatever it might be So now often. When I have that moment it is when I see the sunshine going through the leaves of a tree and I can experience all those different Greens and it's so if you really focus on on those it's so much since -ation all at once and at the same time it can be so calming as a religious tuning in and allowing myself solve to recognize opportunities to engage with the world around the in that way is where I start to build up this notion of turn on an orgasm in my day to realize what a beautiful description I felt like? I was sitting up there with you in the tree. And then my own sleeping bag but yeah no I think that was. Let's look good way to break it down and make this more achievable as looking at you know life and these little moments that we can fully be present and because China like this concept of like living in desire all the time time it it can seem a little like a far reaching goal but just like living in the moment and fully enjoying et and having it be like all these many snapshots of your life just strong takeout. There definitely seems easier zero like all these like little steps that you can take to reach us like living and desire state absolutely. Yes something I like to say is everything is now now and so what that means to me is like all the meaning I could ever need exists in this present moment for the nothing is that moment goes was way over into the next moment and so to experience the most meaning and to really have most powerful. It's the most powerful engagement with life is is.

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"natalie i" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"natalie i" Discussed on The Ikonns

"They saw their like Natalie's in her room. Twenty four seven. I was analyzing the top creators. So I'd go on social blade and I was like okay. What channels have grown in the past social blaze like A? It's like kind like a site where you see all the algorithms. How many people are getting everyone on that health like remember I am? I would probably surprise. You don't know about social I heard about about the I'd not for Myself Watson Social newbies. No no so. I was just investing blessing my time into learning who was at the top and so why are the why. They're at the top. What are they doing and very very analytical yes so I would even go as far as okay? What color of thumbnails or are they using? What where they placing things as it to the right to the left and a lot of it is psychological? People tend to click more with reds. And Greens you just have have to take into account all of these little things or for instance I'd go into my analytics and I'd say people dropped off at like a minute and six seconds. What did I say? Go back into the video check it out loud and maybe it was just a really long pause or so i. I learned a lot by just observing in emulating in a way but also creating my own style. How will you saying this now what we do and I love that because there's purely tourist there's no specific format absolutely right? Everybody does it differently. I I think the what is important. Is that this is a dive into once your natural style and to me. What makes you realise my on my? We have to hire the people like yourself who are more analytic driven analytical. Because we're not right. We're just pure intuition. creatives just like create. Whatever you feel like that's a beautiful thing I love? I wish I was that. That's amazing so I think you can do to. Yes what I want to really pause and communicates who people listening Jusuf Sir. I like to point out kind of lessons that I'm learning as because you don't always get people being honest is from you honest upfront and have insights. I think for many of us does have to be just a few to as wide so relatable. I really want to put an emphasis on. It is that this is really the format success in life. This is what we've done in a way of like you want to use people who you're inspired by. Does she like. Hey they built this life that software themselves or they built this channel. Whatever they've done what are they doing to get to where they are exactly then? Reverse Engineer Butt Naked Yonghe. Ah Making your own right so I was like you know. During my time when I started Bethany Mota was just grow her. She's still pop. You know just in a different way And so I remember observing her ally and I remember I was like Oh my God so let's do stings like her so I started kind of emulating not just didn't stick you know because it wasn't me the end people really do see through that because when you're casually just roaming on the Internet you WanNa see someone that is relatable that's real and you know there's a reason why all of these advertisers now are giving so much money to in a way content creators and influencers because were real people and for instance. They'd rather have a typical Michael Girl. Like me sal a Mascara because it will be very relatable and people can relate to that as a post like a model hoosiers so picture perfect and people are are over that they already all that filtered things while anymore. Yeah now I yeah. I think there's still probably aspects of it yet. I wonder 'cause you you you do give that emphasis of that. He said even though you formulate and reverse engineer a lot of stuff you so bring your own self to it and like I said even being here I see the Natalie that you are alive. Honestly if it wasn't really I wouldn't say it. They always want to say is that I still find enough to even get your opinion on this later people still want that aspirational. Because you still see those like girls I go to like fashion. So there's a different type of influence or yes there who they may be even not as big even as you write they. I'm always surprised by like somebody who you know. They're still influences but they're not as large. Have a form of Mimi Mimi or is yourself and they still get like frontal all these national shores so Mike. Why because they're like these model esque Imus's is that advertisers still want them to do it? I think in a way it's still probably still works. Oh that aspirational kind of different type of lifestyle. What do you think about that? I mean for me. It's like a balance right like yes. There is aspirational aspects of what I try to do. But at the same time I just feel like it needs to be more. Oh relatable because that's my brand right. I am like relatable girl next door type of family friendly. Like that's just who I've brandon branding myself to be. And then I think tanner kind of like your question. My theory behind why people with smaller audiences get this recognition from brands. Even though there might be other other people that have bigger followings because they have a niche and niches are very important because there are people that trust in you and usually the return rate on on that stuff is a lot higher than someone that just does everything over the place and so how did you develop that unique style. Because I know you were doing different videos at firs And what did you started with. And how the ball into your own go buy real okay. So I started with fashion so I started with an OCD because popping in the day was doing that. And I don't like fashion so it didn't resonate you know like my husband dresses me. That's the reality of you likes fashion and so I think people I saw through that. Thank you yeah okay. And then we transitioned into makeup and again it was like okay. I like makeup. But I'm not that creative with it because on a daily basis I just use a little eyeliner. I'm very minimal. And so how many eye-liners just like I do. I really need. I was like no thank you to make up but also dabble in it. You know so. I'll do like beauty busters which is like a series where I try out different beauty products and and it's relatable in the sense that people trust that I'm not this makeup guru. I'm not a make grew. I'm just an average girl that has average skills quite frankly and I'm reviewing to my best ability that people trust that because it's like a best friend you know you're the best friend versus a model. Let's say that the same this is the best Mascara ever. And what was your follow up question. I is going back to like how videos of all you know. You're pretty much drop out of school. You're stuck in your room. Yeah that was the best of my world. For An introver- I love living off of that was creative. Live twenty four seven. I was doing what I love. I was communicating with people from Japan and from India and from all over the world. I think to me that was fascinating up. The first video radio mind that went viral was a life hack video. Yeah 'cause I think for a lot of people as we talked earlier over dinner all like eighty percent plus of young people. Now want to do what you're doing now. I think that's why will be always style until a lot of people so wish you reverse engineering than the having the slave hack. Can you also just slow background. How many videos that? Hey Before you had that glimpse of like going a little little violate getting audience. So I would say like a hundred videos in hundred videos posing twice a week the company poly like a year and a half so at how I was just so passionate about it like this was everything I wanted to do. This was like this was my dream. That was not really. There was no plan B. and I made sure of that. I also did a lot of like manifesting is speaking to you about that. I mean it sounds like crazy and stuff but I would take my channel. Aw right and I changed the subscriber count so photoshopped picture and everything and Natalie's all at the top it said seven thousand subscribers and then I changed it to a million and so focused on that. Obviously I worked a lot. It's not just like there's a formula to everything that I do even though it seem. Yeah no I think a lot of people ask. Why is a great that you answer? That took over one hundred videos issue here pop because let's keep it it must be very demotivating when you do it in out. And that's why it mu reference that times when you comment and the one you weren't as big. Yeah Yeah and you were still so consistent everything meaning thing comments on bigger Charles like people to see you like you are exist take a community. It's like okay. I really like Mimi's channel. I'm going to comment. I heard channel and then the people that are her biggest fans will see my common and we'll kind of go from there even though it's it's kind of like word of mouth but usually like I was genuinely commenting on that I want and I think that that brought attention and so I started you know meeting certain people and that was nice. I started coming out to events like generation if C.. which was like a huge thing out out here and I was fearless? I would go up to the CEO's and I'd say hi. I'm Natalie I have a channel Natalie's outlet you know I love Michelle Anyway that I can chat with her and just. It's kind of like like now that I remember doing that. I'm like I was fearless. Because back that takes a little bit to come from a lot of Landau to to just like random city and my parents were like worried sick but I was just there was a focus there and there is a vision like I saw what I wanted it to become which is what it is you got to meet her. Read got to meet her out until the Tory. I remember hearing that on your Palm I so I was actually. It was like crazy I had a dream was Rachelle. I guess that I had met her in. Then I kind of in my head I was like how cool would it be to start. You know like to meet her and to kind of be friend. Her and her network reached out to me and invited me out to collaborate on her channel so the first met her they meant. It was a brief me. Like hi I'm Natalie honestly this was a long ago I barely remember all I know it was I remember landing in. La knows what I'm to collaborate with Michelle fine. What the Hell is going on? Would you created that opportunity. I think I did before. Were you said you mentioned that you went to this event before away and you ask this guy. Would he say like you're fearless and you wanted to get this connection. They just like sorry bustling happen. I gave him my card. I asked him for his card. I followed up through email. I think there is some type of interaction there and then I don't know all of a sudden I was being reached out to happen. We'll how long from Mons raff own planted a seed. They're used to do that a lot. Like honestly even you know okay so I used to be with a network. I had a really great show idea that I just wanted to propose and so I went up to them. I set up a call. I was so enthusiastic theatric. I had this huge power point. I believed in this idea and I remember feeling really ridicule like after the initial meeting but I was even even more fueled by that and I was like you know what this is going to be great and so I took that idea and I was like what do I have to give it to them. Let me put it on my channel and the hack of it that was Sudi Busters series. And it's it's a series that you know generates law good maybe thirty million views of month month which is just that series alone. I know so I. It's just like even little things like that. You know obviously from that you also get different sponsorship opportunities as well all yes but really. It's just a fun series that I was like this would be so bombed to see and you know if people don't believe in it. Then take it for yourself like you don't have to give it out so you also you said the life hacks life hacks were huge so there was a formula to that so I was like you know. What do I want to do next so I was like okay? I WanNa really hit a category. It's not beauty is not fashion life hacks were really pop in like they were going around. And so with life hacks it's valuable information first of all right. It's how how to make people's lives easier. So like for instance I would say I'd sit down is okay. What is something I'm going through I have black heads okay. So how can I get rid of blackhead so then I would just look around and I was like. Oh my God this dental floss and so it's like the best life however by the way remember all of your black heads..

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"natalie i" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"natalie i" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Natalie I need your expertise on this one all right guess what ranked among the top the inter national travel destinations all right it's one of the boroughs of this great city of ours might not Manhattan no it's not clean that not for Oakland it's not queens and it's not the Bronx it is Natalie's home island Staten Island said that hello no yeah if these instead I would too yeah I know after all that is this is the luxury travel publication called wonder last named binder Losail wonder well known my when I was always kind of travel is this what kind of island to Staten Island that's what we should be asking well let's see all right sat nine that says according to this survey it has beautiful sights one one I had a dump yeah is I don't wanna know dumb school well that's what you get still smell it no got beautiful strides got beautiful sides great stores restaurants Esther ons and really serve food pizza is the pizza is amazing there are a lot of historical sites and stand on that people don't such as well Richmond town historical Richmond town which is almost like a little mini Williamsburg really it has all historical home from the colonial times are dressed in Cologne yes he made it's fantastic that island it's a good idea I lived in Richmond town can you imagine Anthony dresses George washing you know what I like that the street theater one of the most beautiful grand theaters what no the St Georges St George yeah the old database that's a beautiful yeah speaking of that I actually filmed a big scene that I had and smash in that theater thing it's gorgeous it's beautiful that is a totally restored wasn't a difficult out there though snow Garber I took I saw a car that's cute number and told hill I love total yeah if you want to look at fancy houses where the mob lives all the mobsters out there there apparently so well that's where Paul cast a lot of big Paul is with other people there too not in those house anyway you know what if you want to go for a day trip there are great things to see I went out there and I gave a speech at the the the the Jewish YMCA out there travel destination right there yeah I got a free flu shot it go they were given clues as the old people so I I got one too so anyway go visit Staten Island alone also Natalie cemeteries there lot of very yes emitters a lot of famous yeah a lot of old of a colonial revolutionary war and also Garibaldi who is the father who unified Italy he lived in Staten Island I did do believe there's a statue in there and I do believe he may be buried instead I'll have to check that Garibaldi Vanderbilts they were their own homes right yes good men and go right to stand for all right let's check in.

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"natalie i" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"natalie i" 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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