30 Burst results for "Neri"

"neri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"neri" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio Earlier this week Hewlett Packard Enterprise boosted its adjusted earnings per share forecast for the full year after the company released first quarter earnings at blue past analyst estimates Shares of HPE rose the most in nearly two years on Wednesday after also exceeding expectations on gross margin this despite a tough supply chain environment The president and CEO Antonio neri joined me and Bloomberg news cross asset reporter kitty gravel to talk about how his team did it This is driven by customer demand Is driven by our strategy that's resonating with the customers And honestly a great execution by our team because obviously we are balancing the revenue and the profitability of the business Well I want to dig into that demand a little bit more because what stuck out to me was that you had a 20% growth in orders which was your third consecutive quarter of at least a 20% increase Break down that demand a little bit more Where is it coming from What's driving that That's exactly right So this is the third consecutive quarter of 20 plus percent over the growth And it was across all businesses Our compute business with obviously people believe is commoditized Grew 20% Our edge business which is all about secure connectivity with the subscription model grew in excess of 35% Our storage business including data services grew in excess of 15% and even our high performance computing NAI business grew in excess of 20% I will say The Shining star though is we bring it all together in a platform which we call it HPE GreenLake which you can consume as a service grew a 136% year over year So it's across all businesses but the momentum we have is because we are bringing all our solutions in an integrated unified experience under the HP degree like umbrella Antonio we've learned on the call yesterday You said that supply and logistics challenges They may last through 2022 It's somewhat different than from some of the companies we've heard from thus far in recent weeks as they've reported earnings Are you just being conservative What's going to improve first here is it going to be logistics challenges or is it going to be chip components and availability here Well my message has been consistent now for several quarters I always said that this supply chain and logistic overload situation will continue well into fiscal year 2022 And we still see it that way The majority of the challenges are actually are in what are called low level components Not only high value commodities What are those And think of think about stuff that people don't think about at voltage or regulators capacitors things that you need to build a system of the low level before you can build actually the full integrated system And that has to do with the fact that the demand is very strong and the availability of substrates particularly this components are what we call in the old generation of technologies like 28 nanometers and so And a lot of the fabrication has moved to the newer technologies like 14 and below So I think the supplier of the substrate got caught a little bit in between because of the huge demand that they are seen And now they need to catch up And this takes time because when you start bringing new capacity is complicated systems processes and we said all along will take well under 20 at the end of 2022 However I will say we have now seen any noticeable customer cancellation which again give us the confidence to demand is very robust And it's also driven by the data explosion we see around us above in a personal life and in a business side Well Antonio even with those supply chain and those logistical challenges you did see gross margin increased by 34% or rather a 34% gross margin And what I'm curious about is whether that's sustainable Yes absolutely It is sustainable And I think he points to the quality of earnings of how we are driving our company forward Obviously we are driving higher mix of software and services If you look at one particular slide our CFO tarik Robbie showed yesterday and commented on it was the fact that our GreenLake offer drives more software and services In fact now is almost two thirds of the offer 64% That drives higher gross margins higher growth operating margins Obviously the edge business comes with higher gross margins too Also because it's driven by a subscription model to software before you actually deploy some sort of port and access point or a switching point So all of that comes with higher margin And remember that we were one of the first through the pandemic at the beginning of the pandemic to enact what we call a real location resources into the future as a growth That's also pay enough for us So the margin are sustainable And I will say really proud of what the team had done managing prioritization awards and margins And listen if you look at a compute business again in the market this has been seen as a commoditized business The operative margins of the business was 13.8% There is no vendor out there I drive that level of profitability in a commoditized business Antonio let's talk a little bit about intelligent edge here because you are going head to head with Cisco but clearly you're growing in this area And I'm curious whether that's a function of you taking market share whether the pie is just getting bigger Well we're definitely taking market share At the same time the old ramp to digitize your business is through connectivity We call the edge the next frontier And the edge is where we live and work That's where the vast majority of the data is created Not in a cloud of sorts but really where the action is And the first step is to be connected in one of the concerns I have while this is all good is the fact that connectivity is an essential service Not different in the water and electricity And that's why it's important as we go forward we deploy this new massive distributed enterprise and this new way of working connectivity needs to be available everywhere So we are taking share We are creating new opportunities But we have a differentiated strategy It's called araba age services platform as a part of each big green Lake In the cloud oriented approach in a mobile first approach you can procure provision and manage any aspect of your connectivity whether it's a Wi-Fi connectivity whether it is a land port connectivity or a one connectivity Remember that a lot of the old systems where data center campus and branch We are connected through fixed networks as more and more cloud native applications particularly your phone gets developed the traffic gets routed through the Internet Right And therefore you have to connect these millions of endpoints in a very sustainable way And HP Aruba.

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There’s a hidden message in the parachute of NASA’s Mars rover

Charlie Parker

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

There’s a hidden message in the parachute of NASA’s Mars rover

"You haven't seen the crazy footage of the new Mars rover touching down. It's pretty amazing. First of all, and some people have a lot of time on their hands because people online have spotted a hidden message in its parachute. Turns out that the super nerds at NASA use patterns in the parachute to spell out a message in Baia Neri Computer code. And translated, it, says, quote.

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"neri" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"neri" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is now averaging more than 25,000 new cases of covert 19 a day, according to new state data. Dr. Marr Galley, the state's chief public health officer, says if transmission rates remain high, the three week stay at home order could be extended rather than focused on the sector by sector restrictions. The top of our messages as much as you can stay at home. We know that it works, Galli says Coronavirus. Hospitalizations have also increased by 71% in the last two weeks. In addition, Cove in 19 ICU hospitalizations have risen nearly 69%. In the same time period. A Superior Court judge from San Diego maybe the first Asian American apple it judge in California Governor Gavin Newsom nominated judge Truck dough to the fourth District Court of Appeal if confirmed. She will replace Justice Gilbert Neri's who retired last year, I'm nicking my goddess now sacramental traffic from the KPK Traffic Center overnight on I five starting south bound with reduced lanes and Jace three through 5 30, Then lanes reduced from 50 to the floor, rode over cross until 6 a.m. and from south of consumers who were Boulevard to Laguna Boulevard through 6 A.m.. North Bound five C's alternating lane. Closures from south of Florence wrote the highway 50 Broadway until 5 A.m., along with full closure of Seamus Avenue on ramp an off ramp at North Bound five and the Somerville Road on ramp. Those ramps will undergo emergency work until 5 A.m. and part of the Eye five project a full closure of the North bound five J. Street Off ramp until 5 30 traffic on the Tans. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons.

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Loss to Ravens means Dallas Cowboys' season is over, even if four games remain

The Doomsday Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Loss to Ravens means Dallas Cowboys' season is over, even if four games remain

"While the cowboys are officially a last place team in one of the worst divisions in nfl history in their first season under mike mccarthy they officially have losing records for the first time since two thousand fifteen in the third time since twenty ten they have more losses by seventeen or more points four of those then they have total wins. Three of those and to the point. You were making mike mccarthy after the game described the performance as disappointing noting. They had a lot of extra time going into this game to prepare Felt that was a great opportunity. And they didn't take advantage of it and then he said of their defensive issues he said it's not because of scheme which was seem to validate defensive coordinator mike nolan. He said what he also seems to imply that he thinks the players are at fault. I just know this. The cowboys defensive coaching staff of the players had twelve days to prepare for the ravens in their one. Dimensional offense now. It is one of the elite unique runoff instance and yet lamar jackson in the ravens of masculine them emasculate them with the aforementioned season. I two hundred ninety four yards rushing only reason they did surpass three hundred like the browns is because our final scoring drive came near midfield following a failed onside kicks. They can only rack up. Half of the available yard orlando brown ravens offensive. Linemen heard shouting easy money. As jk dobbins gain the final yards and scored the last touchdown without breaking a single tackle and neri a sweat. Two of the three highest rushing totals by it opponent in the sixty years of cowboys. Football have occurred during the course of just thirteen games this season.

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"neri" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"neri" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Anybody where we're going. She's like, Yeah, Let's take a ride, So I kind of like it was like Neri Sunset that was like because, like, go over to this, I pretty scenic overlook and like we start Like some some snacks and crackers and cheese and stuff and then big G's. I mean, I think those were kind of the best dates, though, where their understated they're not over the top expensive. It's just you in a romantic setting stuff on your face, and it's something she was really interested in. I mean, like she joined this Van Life Facebook group because she wants to know more about vans. Gap close to her. Yeah, What was that? Live that you were getting from Lay on the day. It was pretty jail. I mean, she's super down to earth and second, Ola, but she's like, definitely doesn't wear a lot of make up. But she's very pretty, You know, And I mean, were you saying some of this stuff because no, no, no. Okay, Well, that's good. I mean, it was just really cool. And then we just hung out talking. Just like Shoulder. You know, kind of what? I don't with the van. Was there any chemistry, though? I mean, because maybe she wasn't looking at it as a date. I mean, it could be. But we did end up like kissing didn't need that part. She was pleased with the cheese that tagline. No, but there was only one like kind of weird happened like the whole time, but it wasn't a big deal or anything. But like I've got to put on the parking brake Things got a little exciting and you know, we're kind of like rolling towards the cliff. My guy, I mean, but it was not like a big deal. Like we barely even know that was the only thing is she was that kind of like retail. Understandably, so like was that was that before or after the kiss. Before is before Okay, So she's still kissed you afterwards. Was that planned? Planned to try to like, push him off the cliff. You could be like a hero, a hero And like when you put a little bit of like fear into a woman's heart, it gets the endorphins going The adrenaline and all the sudden it's like, Oh, you saved my life. Like Oh, thank you, everybody, and every guy should put their dates and danger our female brains work, You know, I mean, that's not Really? How would I mean? Because, like, just me, I was a little freaked out myself. You know what I'm doing is I'm asking is because we've had a lot of instances on the show in the past where guys will purposely do something to make themselves look good, But it's good to know that was just an accident. Yeah, No, that's not all with this. I'm good by myself. You know, I don't need t do any underhanded being no.

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"neri" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"neri" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Is a way to get your email answered for sure Everybody would love that cheese. I was like, we're definitely calling this guy. What's up cheese? Hey, guys, How's it going like God Legal name? Of course not. I don't know. What's your legal name ever? It is just an old nickname. She's OK. Do you want us to call you average or cheese? Done, and everybody calls me cheese cheese. I feel like I would have bought something off of you in college or some reason. So tell us about the girl that you want us to call today. What's your name Your name, Leia. And can't funny Because I'm into like converting old vans. And like I belonged to a couple Facebook pages about how I got that so big right now is like band life for ever. No, no, no. You have to put the hashtag Right. Only in my head, all right? Yeah. I mean, we're just this Facebook page. One of those van life pages actually forget which one because I'm on a few of them. But like we started Tio, I mean a little bit, and you know, we had a lot of comments like that have ah, vanity. She doesn't do conversions but like she's into and she wants to do more stuff like that. And she's like, you know, like more like living off the great kind of life and stuff, But so she's probably a big fan of our show. Really big and off grid commune know that? Yeah. I mean, like to be honest, like I don't really know. You guys are much I was telling my body about the situation and he's like, Oh, you should really call these guys. So tell us a little bit more about Leia and what you guys did for your date. Well, I mean, just because we met through the whole damn thing. I decided I was like, Hey, if you want, I'll bring my van over and you could check it out. And, you know, maybe we could just go driving around. Normally, That's like a scary sentence. Right? We'll just drive around. Don't tell anybody where we're going. She's like, Yeah, Let's take a ride, So I kind of like it was like Neri Sunset that was like because, like, go over to this, I pretty scenic overlook.

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RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

RNC Gets Underway as GOP Renominates Mike Pence for Vice President

"Now. In Charlotte, North Carolina Actress Neri Milburn opening the Republican National Convention. Republicans are gathered and they're physically gathered in the same place to kick off the GOP convention with an in person meeting and a roll call vote at the Charlotte Convention Center. Just so it's C 336 delegates are invited to cast proxy votes on behalf of the more than 2500 regular delegates. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave the nominating speech for Vice President Mike Pence. It is my honor to nominate our friend. Michael R. Pence to serve as the Republican Party's 2020 candidate for vice president of these United States of America. Among the headliners for the opening day, Senator Tim Scott Congressman Steve Scalise, Matt Gates and Jim Jordan and former ambassador Nikki Haley.

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Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

"What I think we'll start with was the factual report at the Iranian civil aviation organisation issued regarding the downing of Ukraine International Airlines flight, seven, five two. This is not a final. So. It doesn't have a probable cause. However it had a missile fired upon it and then crashed so I mean that's the 'cause we nobody. factual report lays out the chain of events, and they have wonderful graphic. That is an actual chain in the report. The chain of events that led to the downing. Of PM five two, so basically, this occurred on the early morning hours of January beginning of this year after the Iran military goes on heightened alert because of responses, they're responding with missiles to the killing of Iranian general by the US so tensions are high, the Iranian military takes over the clearance of flights in the area, so they know there are passenger flights. In the area. That, is designed to make sure that a civilian entered doesn't get shot down and that was one of the first steps that didn't work. So what happened was is the aircraft is cleared to depart, and is following a correct trajectory, and we've discussed this in the past as far as looking at ESP data from that particular flight previously as well as all the other flights that left that morning, and there was nothing out of your Neri that the eighty s day was showing us the first chain of events that the Iranian reports out is that they relocated one of the air defense units so basically a missile battery was moved, and they failed to recalibrate it so. What was actually a departure from the southeast? It saw as incursion from the southwest, so very stupid, very minor mistake that had such incredible consequence. Right so at this point. This particular missile operator sees the aircraft as not. A seven thirty, seven, climbing out of Toronto but coming at it from the South West. So it targets the aircraft and then the. Is Supposed to notify the command center of what it sees of what the battery seeing and to get more information authorization authorisation to identify particular target and fire. If necessary, they never got in touch with the command center. And then the operator didn't identify the target as a pasture craft, so have an incorrectly identified target, and not having her back from the coordination. Center the MISL- operator fired a missile at what he perceived to be threatening target, but was in fact, a passenger aircraft, and so this first missile is according to the report is the missiles that not necessarily impacted? Your corporate exploded near enough to aircraft to disable the aircraft and then following basically one hundred eighty degree. Turn to the right. The aircraft crashed a few minutes later. As every incident we've ever discussed a lot goes wrong for a crash to occur, and this was no different. It just wasn't in the aircraft. It was on the ground, not anything completely unexpected here that there was just a complete failure of process, really any secure procedures much like the Malaysian jet that went down the triple seven. This is also terrible,

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"neri" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on KCRW

"Marines he's about to retire it's American dream but he's not feeling too good about it Neri no jobs in this town anymore thirty nine if you have a job you're lucky do you think who's president matters to help update as I do it all working class people or struggling and these rich people just want to get richer and they're just they're just taken advantage of the working class first are you thinking about that when you cast your vote one I cast my vote every time but you know what I don't think it even matters anymore the struggles are easy to find and Pablo but in the last week here we've also found something else artists and small businesses starting to take root in the city's empty spaces in a historic downtown there are murals everywhere small breweries making local beer welcome to artisan textile company me carry handmade items by local artists you know Bernard is a textile artist from Germany who opened the shop four years ago in an old part of the city she sells candles cards mittens and paintings all made by people in the area shop offers classes in scarf knitting and card making it's just a really fun small community small town community lovely location the vendor is beautiful a lot of sunshine also the mountains but you know it's nice down here it's small town feel still this town is known as steel city and making artisan textiles seems like almost the opposite of manufacturing steel if there is such a thing I think pueblo is very proud to be a steel city town because that's really about help that built it up I mean that's but that's why people came here but I think that's how you know if you love to keep that kind of as our foundation but you know I think we have done now is kind of looking at maybe growing from that you know and and and definitely being support off off the creative economy as definitely one part of that to her problems growing artists community is not a short break from the industrial past she says just like immigrants a century ago she moved to pueblo to be in a place where people make things my co host ari Shapiro in pueblo Colorado reporting there for a new election year project where voters are and we will head to Utah now where they are poised to effectively decriminalize polygamy between consenting adults a bill greatly reducing penalties for polygamy is close to passing the state legislature and the governor has signaled his support Macedonia Hudson from member station KUER in Salt Lake City reports the state has a long and complicated history with the practice the bill marks the charge for consensual polygamy it down from a felony to an infraction essentially the same as a traffic ticket but when polygamy is linked to charges such as child abuse kidnapping would become a second degree felony the bill sponsor Republican senator deter Henderson says prosecutors tell her the current law is difficult to enforce and rarely is she also says it deterrence abuse victims from going to the police when we create a situation where there's a lot of isolation and marginalization in these isolated insular communities that's where a lot of the problems can really escalate polygamy used to be legal before Utah became a state in the eighteen nineties and was openly practiced by members of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints says Lindsey Hansen park with the sandstone education foundation which researches fundamentalist Mormonism as their practice got more notoriety the federal government caramelized it so Mormons had to make a lot of compromises in in eighteen ninety they officially abandoned the practice a lot of people don't realize that the statehood of Utah was dependent on Mormons abandoning the practice of polygamy although the state criminalize it and the church started excommunicating people who practiced at an estimated forty thousand Utahns lived in polygamous families in nineteen ninety eight Hanson park says many of those polygamist communities are not abusive but some are and the leaders use the current law to scare members from reporting abuse they are taught from an early age that if they come forward and they get help that they're putting their not just our entire family in jeopardy but their entire community in jeopardy and so a lot of people don't get help they don't trust outsiders they don't trust the government but some former members say the current law I helped them escape abusive communities like the fundamentalist church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints the leader of that sect is a convicted sex offender and currently serving a life sentence in Texas Henderson's bill has passed the state Senate and house with overwhelming support and heads back to the Senate for final legislative approval the governor has signaled that he'll sign the bill for NPR news I'm Sonya Hopson.

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"neri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About to retire it's American dream but he's not feeling too good about it Neri no jobs in this town anymore thirty nine if you have a job you're lucky do you think president matters to help but it does yeah I do the working class people or struggling and these rich people just want to get richer and they're just they're just taken vantage of the working class person are you thinking about that when you cast your vote one I cast my vote every time but you know what I don't think it even matters anymore the struggles are easy to find a problem but in the last week here we've also found something else artists and small businesses starting to take root in the city's empty spaces in historic downtown there are murals everywhere small breweries making local beer welcome to artisan textile company me carry handmade items by local artists you know Bernard is a textile artist from Germany who opened the shop four years ago in an old part of the city she sells candles cards mittens and paintings all made by people in the area her shop offers classes in scarf knitting and card making it's just a really fun small communities small town community lovely location the vendor is beautiful lot of sunshine also the mountains but you know it's nice down here it's small town feel still this town is known as steel city and making artisan textiles seems like almost the opposite of manufacturing steel if there is such a thing I think pueblo is very proud to be a steel city town because that's really what helped it build it up I mean that's my that's my people came here but I think that's how you know if you love to keep that kind of as our foundation but then I think we have done now is kind of looking at maybe growing from that you know and and and definitely being support off off the creative economy is definitely one part of that to her problems growing artists community is not a short break from the industrial past she says just like immigrants a century ago she moved to pueblo to be in a place where people make things my co host ari Shapiro in pueblo Colorado reporting there for a new election year project where voters are and we will head to Utah now where they are poised to effectively decriminalize polygamy between consenting adults a bill greatly reducing penalties for polygamy is close to passing the state legislature and the governor has signaled his support Macedonia Hudson from member station KUER in Salt Lake City reports the state has a long and complicated history with the practice the bill marks the charge for consensual polygamy it down from a felony to an infraction essentially the same as a traffic ticket but when polygamy is linked to charges such as child abuse or kidnapping would become a second degree felony the bill sponsor Republican senator deter Henderson says prosecutors tell her the current law is difficult to enforce and rarely is she also says it deterrence abuse victims from going to the police when we create a situation where there's a lot of isolation and marginalization in these isolated insular communities that's where a lot of the problems can really escalate please give me used to be legal before Utah became a state in the eighteen nineties and was openly practiced by members of the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints says when the Hanson park with the sandstone education foundation which researches fundamentalist Mormonism as their practice got more notoriety the federal government caramelized it so Mormons had to make a lot of compromises in in eighteen ninety they officially abandoned the practice a lot of people don't realize that the statehood of Utah was dependent on Mormons abandoning the practice of polygamy although the state criminalize it and the church started excommunicating people who practiced at an estimated forty thousand Utahns lived in polygamous families in nineteen ninety eight Hanson park says many of those polygamist communities are not abusive but some are and the leaders use the current law to scare members from reporting abuse they are taught from an early age that if they come forward and they get help that they're putting their not just our entire family in jeopardy but their entire community in jeopardy and so a lot of people don't get help they don't trust outsiders they don't trust the government but some former members say the current law helped them escape abusive communities like the fundamentalist church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints the leader of that sect is a convicted sex offender and currently serving a life sentence in Texas Henderson's bill has passed the state Senate and house with overwhelming support and heads back to the Senate for final legislative approval the governor has signaled that he'll sign the bill for NPR news I'm Sonya Hopson insult Lake City you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news and this is it W. 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"neri" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Interview doctor will jury for a fellow that Neri colleague Dr draper thank you so much for taking the time to be at your best today it is my pleasure how are you I'm good give us a little bit of background about who you are I know you're a small animal veterinarian in the Atlanta area that you are the co founder and owner of the village bats and I had the honor of being your coal always on the TV show I'm not she'll wild animal E. R. lie but tell us a little bit more about you first I was your call holds you were not Michaels and nice secondly yeah I am a very presently and those in the summer heat here in metro Atlanta a very busy small animal practitioner at our largest about three practices which is the village bats of Decatur which is a twenty four hour practice my wife is also been near inductor France was Tyler and she is the co founder of the village bets and we have four beautiful children who are quickly becoming adults between ages of twenty one and fifteen and life is good I'm just a it's a bit busy so I'm glad to take some time to sit here and chat with my friend thank you thank yell and tell us about your pets to what kind of pets do you have well we have four dogs we have to gold to Max and Louis we also have a French bulldog by the name of Frankie his name is Frank Sinatra and we actually just adopted a young Australian labradoodle we we named Carter both for I'm a big fan of the Dave Matthews Band carbo forgives our drummer and the best drummer in the world in my opinion so it by a dog we we call a mobile for sure but his name is carbo for and he is keeping us busy in the house right now because he's twelve weeks old you have a lot of work and energy excellent I think we always forget about those puppy stages but I thought I don't know what I don't know why we got about I don't but by by fifteen year old daughter talk this into it and before I knew we had a puppy at the house and he is it's I forgot how much work they are but he is wonderful okay so let's start with that how much work puppies are people often forget about this this is just like childbirth you forget about it you block it out tell us maybe two to five tips that you have for people who are getting ready to get a puppy or thinking about it that they can do to mentally and physically prepared for pop behind you know it's hard to I don't care if you had put before not had them it's hard to always be mentally prepare because like kids everybody's different but they are a lot of work if you are not used to having to plug your never had one what I generally suggest to people who are considering it if they come to us before they do it is you know well find a friend or colleague who has a puppy spend some time with that puppy you get to know them have an idea of what type of lifestyle you would have with the puppy if you are more of a homebody their particular breed you might want to stick with like you know a dioxin or French bulldog if you're more active you probably want to look at someone other working breeds sporting breeze something like a Labrador retriever a labradoodle and know those types of dogs need a lot of exercise and activity even some of the smaller dog like Jack Russell terriers are not dogs you wanna keep indoors a lot they need to be out active in order to be healthy and social so first what you what you need to know what it is you're looking for and then be prepared for a lot of work because it's like having a baby they need to be trained that you'd have to make sure you feed them properly it's a lot of in and out taking them in and out to go potty as we say in in a lot of times come back in the house and still have an accident and you have to understand it like a baby they don't know what's going on so you have been very patient with that is certainly is certainly takes a lot of patience and understanding that you were probably for a few months I get as much sleep as are used to but it generally with the hard work you put into it it's usually the result is usually works great my general rules when people are thinking about getting a puppy is they have to be mentally prepared to take that puppy to obedience classes so I usually recommend to levels of obedience classes are usually two semesters and they should be committed to walking that dog for thirty minutes a day two fifty minute locks in a safe they can't do that they're not committed to that honestly they should reconsider whether not to get a puppy these are right it is so much work it's a lot of expenses specially the first year and it's a lot of behavioral training and I always say as a toxicologist you also want to crate train your puppy you want to make sure they're socialized and you want to make sure they're protected from infectious disease so before we get into too much because I see so many parvovirus cases in the animal ER at the vet clinic can you give me a little information on how many vaccine so they need is one vaccine protective if they got it from the breeder and when do I start that and how many boxes do they actually have to go through for a whole puppy series that is a great question and another thing I would touch all with what you said is you hit it right on the head do you have to be willing to spend the time to exercise that Pat take them for a walk you know thirty minutes is great for a lot of them some of the break you spell it breeds particularly when the weather's a little warmer you may want to take a little shorter time because they may not be able to handle a longer walk but you know no no degree do your research and crate training is very important you know a lot of people feel it's cruel to keep them in a crate but for them it's like they're dead its protective and they can learn to appreciate it just like you'll learn to appreciate as far as vaccinations you know me we generally because as you know it depends on when you start them because as they get older and muses Sims get stronger depending on what age you start they're back see they may not need as many vaccines in their series but we'll take it will go along with that as if we're talking about eight nine eight nine week old puppy and generally at nine weeks sometimes six weeks but nine weeks they'll start their series a lot of times breeders will start at six weeks so get a series of accidents the six weeks we usually starts with their distemper part will back saying we always do we give them a de Wormer and or check their school see if they're any sites that they need to be protected against and then they get that series every three weeks until there fifteen sixteen weeks away and with each series generally they will get a distemper and partial back scene which protects them against some of the viruses that puppies are very susceptible to like you said carvel which can be deadly if they get it so you want to make sure they get the whole series every three weeks until they're just about four months old with the last that they generally will get a rabies vaccine at that time which state you have to get because that's the law in between with the series at nine weeks and twelve weeks you know depending on their lifestyle they may get a cattle call back saying they may get a vaccine to protect them against leptospirosis which is you know the bacteria they get from drinking lake water and pull water that can affect your liver and kidney so a lot of it depends on lifestyle and something that you know you ever discuss with your veterinarian about to know what's best but it is very important to get each series and get them on top I think it's so important lot of people think oh well he already got two axes of reader he's protected an important thing to remember is your poppy isn't protected until the new system is strong enough to respond to the vaccines absolute and and most centenarians want to treat your property or your dog or cat just the same way they would if it was our old hat so for my dog I did the same exact thing I did one D. H. P. P. vaccine starting in about six weeks of age that every three to four weeks until my dog was about fourteen to fifteen weeks of age and then I did the rabies vaccine at fourteen weeks of age now you brought up a great point about leptospirosis and we've had an episode on that before on ER vet so definitely check that out but leftist roses is really common and what we're saying is that it's more common more recently in small dogs less than ten pounds even if they don't sweat and it's important to vaccinate your dog for this because once dogs developing it new data says there's a thirty percent more top a lady they're going to kidney failure in so the vaccine can help protect them so deftly talked about nearing about that now one quick question before we take a break you mentioned something called radio cephalic and related to exercise what the heck is break your cephalic in what breeds get that and what I need to know about that well you know they're the flat face dogs like today's like French Bulldogs Bulldogs plugs even Boston terriers their respiratory nasal passages are a lot shorter than those longer snorted dogs like Labrador retrievers Airedale terriers things like that so they will become overheated.

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"Existential" is Dictionary.com's Word Of the Year

Larry O'Connor

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

"Existential" is Dictionary.com's Word Of the Year

"You Neri dot com is out with their word for the year the weird existential was in the air this year as dictionary dot com said it was widely searched in the aftermath of hurricane Dorian wild fires and mass shootings in Christchurch New Zealand and el Paso Texas as well as topics involving the trump administration in politics in general it also was a popular theme in the movie Toy Story four as the character sport he believes it's destiny was in the trash can until it learns that has a larger purpose search is also popped up when democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders characterized climate change as an existential crisis and former vice president Joe Biden called the president an existentialist to

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"neri" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

The Mindful Minute

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on The Mindful Minute

"You could relax your belly muscles a little bit. Perhaps aw in just notice and sation in your belly for a moment Somewhere along along the way you're GonNa let yourself just feel the braff from me most often I can feel it. Just inside the knowns. Aw Neat don't have to describe your breath or Neri to yourself just allowing yourself to feel raffin breath ow. Aw and as we move into a period of silence will just do our gentle best to continue feeling Lean Bra without doubt we will also so think Get distracted.

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"neri" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

Anonymous Trump administration tell-all book 'A Warning' gets its own warning from DOJ

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Anonymous Trump administration tell-all book 'A Warning' gets its own warning from DOJ

"The justice department is trying to find out more about the author of an upcoming book about the White House it's titled a warning and peers when nearly reports the anonymous author is said to be either current or former senior administration official in a letter to the publisher has shed the DOJ warned that the anonymous author may be in violation of non disclosure agreements including those which are required to get access to classified information the DOJ Astor showed to provide any agreements the author may have signed as well as dates of service and agencies where he or she worked all of which would clearly identify the writer in response a shirt said it is committed to maintain the confidentiality of anonymous the javelin literary agency which represents anonymous issued a strongly worded statement supporting has shed saying quote our author knows that the president is determined to unmask whistle blowers the agency said this will not prevent the book from forward then Neri NPR news

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Japan's Emperor Naruhito takes the throne

Bill Handel

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Japan's Emperor Naruhito takes the throne

"Japan's new emperor has said on the chrysanthemum throne and formally declared his ascension emperor Neri huto fair it prepared for the ceremony today I bring to the ancient Japanese sun goddess who said to be an ancestor of the emperors the final succession ceremony will be a harvest ritual next month involving a multi million dollar government funded single you shrine Naruhito is taking place of his father who at was abdicated due to old

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"neri" Discussed on Talking Practice

Talking Practice

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Talking Practice

"School Design. This is talking practice. A series asking asking renowned designers to provide an inside glimpse into what they do why and how they do it exposing the ways in which their design imagination is articulated through practice. I'm grace law professor architecture and chair of the practice platform. Thank you for listening and we are delighted to have with us today. Architects Linden Neri and Rusada who partners and Co founders of the shanghai-based Nary and who design and research search office Lyndon and China's projects span typology and scale from architecture to product design. Recent projects include the art center in China Anna the Susannah Chapel the unfolding village installation for the Stockholm furniture fair and the Ching Pyongyang. Zo Retreat in China named the two thousand fourteen designers designers of the year by Wallpaper magazine Nary and who are winners of the Elle Decor International Design Awards and have been inducted into the US interior design hall all of fame. They are also the creative directors of stellar works a Furniture Company and have designed a range of products for companies such as our Timothy Camila aspira Fritz Hansen altona foul among others in two thousand four. They founded design Republic a concept store and online platform that showcases the work internationally renowned designers. They have also actively organized Shanghai's annual festival of design for several years Linden and Rossana are teaching a studio at the GST this this semester entitled Reflective Nostalgia Alternative Futures for Shanghai. Is She Kumon heritage. Welcome Linden and Rosanna. Thank you for having joining us. Hi Grace we are so delighted to host you all the way from China and you coming to the. GD Is such a treat for us. I always liked to begin our conversation's just asking you to tell us how you got your start together. Give us a little bit of your personal story will resign China and I were friends and we dated initially at Berkeley before we actually started practice so in many ways personal relationship relationship came first and the idea of working together came next but we never really plan to work together. Yeah but actually actually I would say that our initial encounter. Even though we've known each other firm many many years in a church setting setting in the bay area. We've never really talked to each other or gotten to know each other and it was really through architecture that we initiated the first conversation and I was seeking Linden's advice when I was applying to college and I I was thinking about architecture seriously in the my sister said Oh. There's this guy at Church who goes to Berkeley Eighty here. He's a rising senior at Berkeley and I was a senior in high school deciding what major to take and she said. Why don't you talk to Linden? And that's really how we started talking because for years we've known each other we've seen each other but I've never really talked to him right so then it was Berkeley that connection because you were starting writing and then you're of course graduating. I'm assuming that during that time period you then went off to the GST directly or no in for a non. I worked in San San Francisco for two years but obviously when her sister s Meteo Advice I had an ulterior motive because resent Oh was choosing between many any different other schools and I don't believe Erkki was really tough choice but I should hear that this would be unperfect avenue for me to have this personal relationship chef so I brought on my drawings and if you look at my drawings as an undergraduate they were extremely artistic because I was an art art major initially at Berkeley and of course she was mesmerized. I initially took drawing absolutely yeah with his drawings and and Risen in fact as this question which was kind of interesting to think back now. She said Lyndon I heard that architecture is a very hard profession. You hardly make money out of it and I remember saying will you make something out of architecture and you don't wait for architecture to do something for you fast forward. You both ended up doing graduate work in different places and Lynn You at the GST and Rosanna you at Princeton Princeton. When did you decide then that Shanghai would be your base? That's a very good question because we never really thought of Shanghai's our base. He's I was at the jeers. The and I went to work for Michael Graves for ten years. Not really knowing that we would even want to practice service and resented eventually join Michael's office and it was a project that took me to Shanghai and both of us always had wanted our kids to grow up in a Chinese speaking setting because we thought it would be important for them to speak Chinese growing up. But we didn't really know how so. So if you think back fifteen years ago you would think Hong Kong or Singapore ideally those would be time blazes or Taiwan one but then initially it was me was sent to Shanghai and I told michaels office about time that if you were to bring me over you need to bring my whole family. It was supposed to be just six weeks and we were there for a project specifically and stars came. That was two thousand three and we couldn't leave the country and that six-week became three months and the client got so used to being there monitoring. The project in the project moves so fast that they realized maybe it was because of this decision. That made it happen so that initial six weeks assignment turned into a year ear and by the time it was over resign and I decided that perhaps I would be a good place for us to experiment and to start our practice and so we came came back solar house. One was difficult. Part of my professional life was going to Michael and telling him that I was going to resign. I can imagine after being so long with practice and then of course all of the risk that is inherent in starting your own practice and then again in another country. Hey this is a big move for both of you so then persona tell me as you land now in Shanghai. After this year that now becomes many years describe. How have you been practicing now together as a partnership? I think like Lynn said Shanghai was never in the planning. It was never strategic Shanghai at the time when we first went for three on the Bun the project that brought us here. Was Bob the place it is today. In fact a lot of our neighbors and Princeton I remember because we have three very young kids. The third was only four months old when we went to Shanghai lot of our neighbors were asking us what. You're taking the kids to Shanghai. Like how can you survive and I remember remember saying to them. I think they have kids there too. During the first year I think one of the deciding factor for us to decide to stay was one day. We heard art kits speaking to each other and Chinese and I said to London. We have to stay here for them to have that identity and and that experience so the practice for me. I think it's extremely personal. Because my father's from Shanghai and so on the personal level the first few years living and working in Shanghai I felt like for the first time in my life I understood my father because growing up there so many idiosyncrasies and strange things in him that I could never really fully understand and identify with and immediately I think think living and encountering and interacting with the Shanghainese. I felt like I saw a little bit of my father. Everyone and that was just very strange for me but deeply significant and meaningful and then on top of it I think working architecturally on a lot of the obsessions. We've had over the years and issues that were interested in with regard to identity and culture. And how that is produced and signified right by built work it. All kinda came to fruition when we were working in China so just to get a sense of the context of your firm. How many employees please do you have now including all different satellite offices? I think we are a hundred ten hundred ten but includes product designers interior your designers graphic designers administrator administration in China. You need a lot of administration because we do a lot of paperwork and also a lot of these convincing and design republic look for separates another sixty. That's very helpful. One of the things that I think is very distinctive about the work. Of course. Actually there's already a a lot of knowledge about this when one looks at your work. There's obviously interests in adaptive reuse in the historic preservation aspect with a very distinctive stink. Tive character I think both of you impart what are the mechanics of the office of you. Tell us a little bit about how the office structured and how you support each other. When when we started the practice it was naturally very difficult? People always think of China and specifically Shanghai us all these gaming towers and so naturally when you said Your Arctic and Shanghai of course that makes a Lotta sense but you have to remember i. We both worked for Michael Graves and Michael Graves didn't really have not many towers and Michael's pedagogy or aesthetic sensibility does not necessarily lend itself quite comfortably with the developers in China that time. So when you went in there are experienced injury help us but what helped us was the notion of an interdisciplinary disciplinary practice. So at Michael's office we were taught to not just design architecture but also in tears and product design and certain extent graphics. And that was. There's a total package so when we went to Shanghai. We didn't really have projects so it was a perfect opportunity for us to just kind of scramble and do whatever was there. We did logos we did Menus for restaurants. We design forks spoons chairs. Whatever is needed and the idea of having having this idealized practice was thrown away? I remember having an office and resent US said you know Lyndon is great. It's Nice but we have three kids to feed and so when reality sets in I start scrambling because at Michael Graves amazing projects amazing clients. And you think it's easy and no it's not you're put in a setting. It's not even place we know. I mean we both speak Chinese. So that's not a problem. We know Asia but this is a different atia a different city city that were used to and it was raw. People didn't really understand the western sort of structure of how things were build let alone the billing process so so if they pay you. Twenty percent of the fee that you had proposed you should be happy and so we started doing all these different things and we have forgo. The notion of the idealized lies practice. So structurally we start hiring people that have interdisciplinary background. If you're good with furniture we would hire you and we would then make sure that you understand architecture when you come to our studio if you're good with interiors you better understand who designed this piece.

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'The Goldfinch' paints dull picture from prize-winning book

Pop Culture Happy Hour

14:03 min | 2 years ago

'The Goldfinch' paints dull picture from prize-winning book

"Donna tarts 2013 book the Goldfinch won a Pulitzer Prize for its story of a boy whose mother dies in bombing. It is an epic tale of grief life abandonment friendship drugs and stolen painting of a Goldfinch now the Goldfinch has been adapted into a movie starring Ansel elgort Oaks vaguely Nicole Kidman Luke Wilson Jeffrey Right in Wolf Hart and Sarah Paulson. I'm Stephen Thompson this week on pop culture happy hour from NPR. You're talking the Gold Bitch of the movie movie and the book that spawned in here with me in the studio is very hardiman. Who was the books editor for Weekend Edition. Hello Bury. It is a pleasure to have you here. Also with us is writer Katie Presley Wrestling Hello Katy Hi there and also joining us writer Chris Clinic Hello Chris. I've seen Goldfinger a hundred times. I'm so excited to talk about so I'm not going to start with you and give you a couple of minutes to regroup start with Berry. You've read the book have and you've seen the movie. Would you think think well I will say that this movie suffers from something that I think often happens when you try to maybe be just slightly to faithful full to a in terms of literary adaptation the book which is a doorstop of a book and has so many places and plot points. If you reduce it down to its plot points it becomes a very and then this and then this and then this and then this and the movie to me felt very plop. PLOP PLOP PLOP plot plot. Here's a lovely actor plop. PLOP PLOP PLOP plot and in their ways in which you know as you read the list of actors in it and I heard Ansel elgort oaks vaguely. I thought well that sounds like a more interesting movie because it didn't it sort of lost some of its Dickensian deal of the book because it seems to me. Maybe you had a director who was so who wanted to be. He's just so faithful to the book that he he neglected to tell the real story of the book which I think you can do and lose truly like maybe half off of the plot. which in some ways is maybe how I felt about the book? I think Donna Tart is marvelous. I am a huge secret for history fan and this is a hard one to do. You're telling this story that spans a number of years and and that involves a lot of characters being played by multiple actors unless you are Nicole Kidman your role is is split between only do a roll if she can play a forty year span in a in a characters life exactly so so this is a sprawling story so to summarize a little bit of that plot boy named Theo he he is at a museum with his mom. The museum bombed his mother dies and feel winds up taking a painting from the museum and that painting has an impact on his life as the the movie follows him through his childhood and his young adulthood so there there is a lot there's a lot of character development to pack into this story and it sort of follows the the fate of this kid and of this painting Katie. Would you think a dark secret about me as a reader is I really am not generous wis.. It's morally questionable characters so I think in order like you're supposed to be in order to be an intelligent reader your supposed to appreciate morally A. and big. US or even morally repugnant characters because they're interesting. I can't stand them. I'm a nice person right like do do it in the streets apparently able in the sheets of a book. Yes the book. Write it on a bathroom. Okay life so what made the book interesting to me was that the central question of the book is a question of moral ambiguity like a boy away who is very recently concussed has just been in a has just been the victim of a terrorist attack plucks painting out of a museum because he thinks he's supposed post to because a dying man has told him to and then as he gets older he realizes what he's done and it becomes a dark web kind of closing in in on him what he's done and the sorts of people who want in on what he's done somehow the movie didn't capture that complexity to the character of Theo. I'm very judgy of unlikeable. Characters is the pithy way of saying it that is a fundamental part of who theo is is that the way that he processes the trauma of losing his mother and being in that explosion is by getting into some really shady stuff and I think the the elgort performance manages to lose that but also doesn't gain any charisma so felt like a very flat performance to me and not performance is central to you have to care about him if you're going to care about this story. He's the one that makes you believe that. The painting is magical. He's the one that makes you believe that the object of his affection is Helen of Troy like worth all affection and that his caretaker is as benevolent as he is. There's so much magic that the book has time came to expand upon through. Theo's is the movie didn't give you so. I came out feeling Gosh. That was awfully pretty gosh. I'm glad I read that Gorgeous Book Doc. Gosh why I'm hungry. It was long. That was the last thing hunger what you came out all right. How about you Chris Yeah. I didn't quite finish the novel before I saw the movie because it is a few pages shy of eight hundred pages so it is about three times the length of a typical novel so even a two and a half hour movie movie is a very hurried very condensed adaptation of this. I think I agree with with Katie's macro critique of how the you know. The movie tells the story and loses nearly all the subtext I sort I thought I would enjoy that more because Theo is the narrator of the novel and we get a little bit of voice over from him in the film but not very much not in his his head you know living with his perceptions the way you are for every word of this again eight hundred page book. I think this movie needed a director with a more a deft hand at combining time period. This is a you know a film and novel that jumps back and forth between our Neri narrators thirteen and when he's I dunno twenty eight or thirty or something Christopher Nolan is a director who does this this really well. Sorry I know always the person defending the Chris Nolan movie in this in this corner but he might have found a way to make it even longer that's not fair. That's got dunkirk but yeah but that thing that this film attempts were were were making the something that is chronologically prior to most of what we've seen gene feel like the emotional climax of the film that is the kind of card trick that he can pull off in this director John Crouch John Crowley who made Brooklyn which I which I like very much. That's a much much much simpler story. It's linear. I don't mean to diminish her or Sarandon's performance but I mean she's not morally conflicted in the way that that answer low Gorz that that Theo is in in this movie. I think that's a great a great adaptation this just I yeah it feels hammy plotting kind of workmanlike. I think it diminishes the book doc somewhat of the same reaction one thing that I kept thinking throughout this movie was why is this a movie and not and I don't mean like why is this a movie like why does is this exist. I'm not sitting there with my arms folded but I'm thinking why isn't this and this is this is gonNA sound counterintuitive. Why isn't this an eight hour series. Why isn't this I mean. This is Amazon Studios. They could have made this as a as a long form TV project and given the filmmakers time to dry out these characters a little a bit better. This is an epic story. This is seven hundred seventy three page book. This is a two and a half hour movie and the movie somehow feels both rushed and slow oh and that's a really tough combination because they're racing through all these plot machinations and I just kept sitting there and it felt longer than two and a half hours. I just kept sitting there thinking. I don't feel like I'm getting to know these characters. I can tell we're a long way from the ending and yet at the same time at weirdly weirdly doesn't feel like anything's happening even though they're so much plot I found the experience of watching the movie to be really frustrating as much as it. It is beautifully shot. I think there are some lovely performances and then I think it's very nicely cast think oaks vaguely as young was a non he was. Aso Oh he was also in Pete's Dragon. Which is I know I've heard the name oaks vaguely before I think he's terrific. I think fin wolf hard as the OS Ukrainian best friend and that he meets when he has been transported to the horrors of the outskirts of Las Vegas. He meets this. He meets this kid. Boris played by and Woolford who has really thick accent and I'm so used to seeing fin wolf heart in the movies or in stranger things but I thought that was a strangely lovely performance really affecting performance. I liked the child actors in this a little bit more than some of the grownup performances. There are all these little components of it that I like. It's shot by Roger Deacons. WHO's an amazing cinematographer awesome. I was kind of a standard with his credit came up at the end because this is not a movie that I mean it's mostly indoors it. You know it doesn't have the kind of big visas of movies like bladerunner when she finally went his Oscar for or you know sicario or the Coen brothers movies he's made but yeah I I was surprised because it just felt like TV for me and not you know not prestige. TV necessarily kind of well. I think wow I mean I do but I do think that's part of it as it did feel like it had the tone of like a like a big little lies tight type story and partly because it enter Cole Kidman but like it felt like it should be on TV. I think that's right because the book itself self is also incredibly episodic. You have and she does this. I mean this is a very secret history a little friend kind of thing to do where she is interested in the interplay of these different worlds of being in the busy the teaming space of New York and the upper east side and then being in this wasteland of Las Vegas and then being the places you go and her books and the way that like class and police and person rub up against each other is is very important and again every idea in this movie feels very unfinished. He obviously understood that thing about class that she's talking about. He understood the thing about you know first impression and art and an in how trauma plays but everything only gets a glancing blow and had it banned you know here is the episode with Boris in Amsterdam. Here is the episode bestowed with Boris and unless Vegas. I think you would have gotten a little more of that and you know what would have been really nice as you know because the book doesn't really have a doesn't land the plane really you're really just sort of circling over a philosophy rather than a a plot ending you would have given the viewer more time to develop it on their own so I I walked out feeling sort of confused and I didn't have that feeling of you know even though I did feel the book's ending is finished I i. I still felt that I'd had an experience of all these things. There was a lot to talk about. There was a lot to think about. I did not feel this here except there was a lot to love in the apartment. I do want to shoutout Oh. My God will be but also hoagies apartment beautiful. I liked all the apartments actually the glimpses you got of the Os the apartment art that deals with his mother and the barber's so the Barbara's are the wealthy family that I take. Theo in immediately after the explosion and e barber is he's a friend of the owes a classmate they were closer as young boys than they are now but they take him in and misses Barbara's played by Nicole Kidman. Who who I gotta say has never I'm not in a coal kidman person and so I think one of the places that this movie faltered for me is it she was like a black hole and the camera just rested on her face gazing at Theo thoughtfully and I was like this is wasted time is not an idea exactly and like that so much of how she actually acts through her cheek bones those are the antenna you know you're watching them for curry action and just like the little movements at the corner of her mouth and I don't Act Shoe Willie find that very interesting. I'm cheekbone person. I like a good cheek bone but it felt felt contractual. It felt like Ms Kidman requires no fewer than fifteen minutes of close up on cheek and the character both in I will say this. This is true in the book and the Movie Opens Up Santa Clara yes in her older age. She her family encounters major tragedy that that compounds the sympathy see that she was already forming for Theo but when we're talking about these weird drops into melodrama added melodrama that was not necessary because the story sorry could be dramatic if you let it breathe a little bit more so like too much time on Kidman. She did not work for me. I did actually like her at her oldest eight in the movie. I saw all of her performances written on top of each other. I saw in your wife like a close match of the way that Hart describes the character but you don't have to do it. Exactly the way tart describes the character you can cast someone else you go a different direction. You know you can still you. An adaptation is not a straight st translation right. I do want to say one thing because if people do not want to see this movie which I would certainly understand after this conversation I will say the book itself is one if those wonderfully meandering tales that actually benefits from the time you spend reading it you know you dip into it for a new episode and the writing eating is absolutely incandescent the descriptions of the furniture the look at Las Vegas the even the descriptions of some of the emotions like the tears ears that fall out of his face that are unconnected to I mean they're they're all of these moments in the book that really stick with you and I will say I do think it is absolutely worth whatever time time you put in to this book too so I agree. I just you

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A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

10:08 min | 2 years ago

A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

"Today. We're discussing. Sometimes it comes back for you where it's more boring name it. Chapter Two starring Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hater Isaiah Mustafa Jay Ryan James Ran Soon Andy Bear. Some of these people have to just be happy their names on a poster oester. I mean who the hell some of these guys the old spice guy because his name above the title and Bill Skarsgard as pennywise directed by a Andy Machete this is Arnie Coz now playing and the fun is just beginning Ed Stewart and this is the host who still insists he sees the ghost Jacob it aftermath aftermath wow as Stephen King Fan as somebody really into Stephen King around the time this came out of you. Remember dark tower came out right before this. I was actually buying a couple of Stephen King Trotsky to go on my bookshelf with all my Stephen King Books. They're made like a Jack torrens action figuring things and I'm like you know they don't make too much of this so I'll get a couple of these and put them up there. It exploded merchandising for every Stephen King thing. There's a hot wheels Christine. There are more pennywise figures that I can count what I'm not kidding. Wow Yeah so ooh many pennywise toys of all price points this has opened a floodgate on Stephen King that has never been opened before merchandising him to the Gen xers. I think so what does that mean. I mean we all know what merchandise meant and fanning the love of Star Wars. What would it mean to hold a bobblehead. Ah pennywise Ernie called GEN-X. You GotTa Buy Your Co.. POPs gets by stuff by toys by Chachis of stuff you like and Stephen King's. The big caught thing now so let's just how the market is. Is it selling yeah okay. I mean I didn't buy any of it. The moment you know what I liked about it when it was niche and there was like two things I loved it when every week. I'm getting an email this new pennywise doll for two hundred dollars. I'm like fuck it pennywise varian Syrian funk. Oh pops are there. Oh my God so many long tongue pennywise bloody pennywise smiling pennywise frowning penny wise spider pennywise okay this kind. It helps me understand why you were so into skarsgard. They've really been able to magnify what was a very small part of the film really wasn't in that many scenes and by my impression Russian he was only good in about half of them so how he has lived on in the minds of the viewer is through merchandise he made an impression he scarred us and and now two years later he's coming back to finish the job yeah and again. I'd equate to a Freddy Kruger. I'd think it's the closest thing we've had to a horror icon. In a long time and Freddie never had that much screen time it was people talking about Freddie and Robert Englund Cameo films. You know so and I think merchandising we've made every Jason we've made every Friday. Oh my God pennywise we have something new to sell but the highest grossing nightmare on Elm Street movie wouldn't begin to touch the gross of of this fill it goes well beyond the reach of a horror audience. I mean this. There were people in my neighborhood I walk my dog and churchgoing folk who I would never suspect suspect to have opened a cover of Stephen King said. Oh it's coming out soon people. I would not imagine demographics that do not see any other horror. Film are are coming out this weekend and why the impression I got was they really loved the kits. Yeah I think that I it was huge and almost every viewing was sold allow. When I went to go see this Friday night theaters packed yeah you can keep going on about penny wise and I think you're right for a certain level of people that loves horror ICONOGRAPHY. That's a thing thing but I feel like in mass. The reason why this is so beloved because it goes those children were so good and it connected to childhood so well and that's the struggle of chapter or two. I know that the kids are coming back in some role but the torch is being passed. It will now be for new actors. That didn't even have the job when the first movie he came out. What's funny is before it chapter one came out the sequel was in pre production. You know the studio knew what they had right and so when they were you're doing pre release interviews with the cast they asked the young kids who would you like to play you and Young Beverly said Jessica chastain and that kind of makes sense I mean chastain had had worked with Michetti before and I mean how many red headed actress sent me as I mean. It's either her Dallas Broward Sophie Turner from X. Expend Dark Phoenix twenty seven years later. That's great highlight store here. Maybe and then Wolford said Bill Hater. Those actually happened yeah yeah. I don't know how much they had already envisioned for chapter to win. Two years ago it blew up. They had talked about it. The whole way through one is what it was. They kept saying if we do a two. Let's leave this hook here. Let's leave this here. Let's leave this vague enough here. They knew if the movie was successful while filming part one in sixteen. If this did well we would want to bring the kids back would want to have some flashbacks but we're gonNA focus mostly on the adults and they had vague the ideas but they did never script yeah they knew the parts of the book they had left behind and so that was a lot of material is a big ass book. They could make lots of movies out of what was remaining remaining of that but they didn't have a script. They didn't have a cast again. It wasn't called Chapter One. They shape the experience as total you could just watch that movie the and be done and that was the studio's. Choice Warner Brothers did that the makers want to call it the losers club so that it had a hook there for a second one and and I think the compromise was chapter one at the end credits. I stand by that. I think that movie does work as a standalone if it had bombed and we never got chapter two I think that would still be a satisfying the movie as far as the art goes and I appreciate that I like it when movies tell a story instead of teas another film to come out at some other point I also think I think that there is a lot of ret conning done in the film. We're here to talk about today. Oh yeah they didn't create a first chapter that set up a lot of things they're we're going to do in this film. That's why there's so many flashbacks yeah they had to correct it by bringing the kids back and they did d. h. them with CGI because kids at that age you know two three years later look very different. I noticed height differences. I noticed like some who were shorter than beverly in part one out taller than beverly only in part to but they made the faces look younger yeah. I noticed that at times. They look a little bit plastics. Oh okay that makes sense because they D- aged Regata de age. These teenage kids not only like that but I noticed some of the lip sync work. That ain't his voice. You know your voice changes to three years later. They can't say the lines like they would've in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine so oh yeah you just get people that kinda sound like them but are not them. Jack Dillon Grazer was the one who looked most distracting to me like for some reason his face just look blake an old man made into a child and but this is expected to be huge based off the first one I mean the first one broke records chapter. Two is breaking a record. It's the Whitest ever released for an R rated film with over forty five hundred screens in the US alone and they were saying hundred ten million two hundred twenty million this weekend. It's already falling short of expectations though it is it made less in preview screenings than the first film. It's estimated now. It's going to make less over the weekend than the first film. What did the first film do. The first film got one hundred thirty five million the first weekend. I guess I didn't see that opening weekend side there. Wasn't the big crowd. I didn't realize I was so big right away. I thought that kind of had a slow burn so it's looking like this will be perhaps second-biggest and they're now readjusting estimates down to ninety ninety million. Maybe as low as eighty million compared to one hundred thirty five million for the sequel. I gotta think some of it is you don't see kids and is not an eighties period piece. The nostalgia culture isn't there to draw in the big audiences. I know when I saw it chapter one opening weekend. Neri empty seat in the house. When I saw this opening night it was about a two thirds full on the APP but a lot of people didn't show up like all the seats around me were Phil on the APP and people just didn't come. I think that's the result of that. AMC stubs premier as you can buy tickets for no money so you reserve seats and like I'm decided not to go interesting house in the same screening as you Arnie for Thursday I max we didn't see each other until after after it was all over with but I did also go back and saw matinee on Friday. There was almost nobody there so I have not had the experience that this is something the masses asses are turning out to but the numbers are saying something different even at one hundred million if that's less than expected. That's an amazing opening. That's huge yeah for an R rated Orville. Matt is amazing and like I said packed when I saw it. I do wonder when the reviews started coming out and I always avoid reuse but you always see headlines in that. There were some concerns turns and I wonder if that scares some people away like they were not buzzing like with chapter one. I didn't hear anything I didn't see any reviews before going in but this movie cost cost twice as much as the first one bigger actors in it so if it makes less this one costs seventy million dollars they had budget built in for de aging kids and they had named named actors who we know and some of whom need to redeem themselves from an earlier x men film this summer and needs a show they still can do good budget built in so they didn't have that crap. Raffia from the TV series and it's also longer they can't screen it as many times in a day because it adds. It feels like another hour. It's not quite that it's more more like forty five minutes but still it's two hours fifty minutes. It's almost three hours. We're talking to vendors level length here well. The first chapter one was also over two two hours but this goes beyond that by at least forty minutes so again for lots of reasons. If you know the book and hold the opinion I do the best stuff.

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"neri" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"It and you don't really know where the medication came from you don't know how you know any that Neri prescribe medication had to come from a veterinarian but you don't really know where it went from whatever that person and ordered it and gave it to that huge online supplier or not see you don't know if it's not the truck in Texas and got really hot maybe it's not effective anymore you don't know anything so we're really dedicated to making sure that our customers you know we don't even keep medications and stock we actually write portable prescriptions tutoring have inventory to manage so that also helps keep our costs low so we can pass on the four ability to customers we give them a portable perscription and they can feel that in the Walmart pharmacy or they can go online and you know in in choose to purchase it from a reputable accredited pharmacy so what that's one of the things are really dedicated to is to make sure that they when they do purchase of like a flea product that they're getting the best quality the product that was you know every you can know exactly where it came from and it it it didn't and you know fall off the truck someplace New Jersey and end up on online somewhere yeah we really like that and and again working with Walmart and they have the everyday low prices they're able to come in and get their pets scene and then walk right over to the pharmacy and pick up the medicine so it's all back to convenience and affordability yeah I'm not makes perfect sense to me too and one of the things that I I'd like to add to that is besides not knowing where some of these medications are coming from like you said they can set into it you know and an environment that's not temperature controlled the other thing to mention here is that the drug manufacturers for these reputable drugs there often ready to step up and are willing to cover the cost of any sort of failure with the truck right so if right right if if you give your pet a flea and tick medication and the next month your pet has lime disease you could actually go back to that drug manufacturer if you purchase them from a reputable seller and say my dog is Lyme disease your product at work and they will cover the cost of treatment is that right exactly and that's another thing it's like buying it you don't buy it it's like a free insurance policy was so when you purchase your product from a reputable pharmacy like Walmart pharmacy and something you know it's not effective you can contact the company the many factual stand behind it if you purchased it someplace like on eBay or Amazon and or someplace else and you don't know where it came from the likely you know won't won't cover it so that's another reason why whatever you are purchasing products to make sure you're always pushing that for someone who's you know at credited pharmaceutical company exactly so all right so we're going to take another short break here gonna hear a message from our sponsors never to come back and talk about why we're got on the phone today are why.

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"neri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"neri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"A Neri member and merry number what's is the national association of the remodeling industry Mary contractors subscribe to a strict code of ethics I wish I contacted Mary first find your near a contractor and a R. hi Chicago dot org that's merry Chicago and a R. hi Chicago dot org if you're looking for a good cleaning company do you want the work to speak for itself express twenty four clean offers its clients the ultimate cleaning experience from carpet cleaning to for residential commercial services with a twenty four hour guaranteed to insure your satisfaction book your appointment expressed twenty four clean dot com we use express twenty four here at WC geo and the place has never looked better as one of our listeners you get fifteen percent off by using the code at checkout that's expressed twenty four clean dot com promo code loyal experience luxury you're a small business owner and there's nothing small about what you do that's why dell small business technology advisers give you trusted advice one on one partnerships in Taylor Texas Lucien's like computers with Intel core processors servers storage networking plus thousands of top brand electronics accessories and software no matter your technology dell is here to help your small business eight seven seven by down to speak with an adviser today at eight seven seven five del this new season is in full swing it's a good thing that secured his denture with super poligrip now he can join the snacks as much as the game it's that time of year when the family meets a family it's a good thing Jack pleases denture with politics so we can enjoy the whole day with confidence after the party is over the people get to go home but all the decorations thrown in the trash that's why there's random acts of flowers hours waiting services and events it's a small and simple the space is more to learn more call eight four seven four three forty seven fifty one go online at our A. F. Chicago dot org are.

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"neri" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on KOMO

"Mark. Our phone lines are starting to line up in. I know what happens. So check. Hard. We're gonna remember that don't tell my husband don't tell my wife. I wanna know my idea will it work or not. Yes. Yes. Or no. I can't find middle ground all, but you know, we need to narrow that down who's making the decision. Before I get in my calls. I want to say something really lovely about an experience that I just had. And it was my daughter who was here we had a very important manufacturer that I spoke to you about I'm not gonna get into that here. And I wanted to take this manufacturer to an experience he can go out to eat. But I wanted to experience my daughter, I'm gonna throw something nice out. And it's just because I'd never been there. And I could not believe it. And if you wanna be inspired about how to work with warm dark metal flooring and enhance your view. You don't think people that with view? They do not believe they think they have everything that's light Neri, but I just have to hats off to the designers of Sint prime steak in sushi top of Lincoln square, and our server was Julie. I don't know if you've ever been there, but I have to say be prepared. And I I've never seen warm chocolates earth tones medal designed in a more exquisite functional way. And this is the entire roof of this building. It's one whole floor and the view the night we were there. It was misty cloudy gray, and mysterious and here's the room, sir dark. It was stunning. Will break a restaurant or the service, and here, you're getting into all the decor? I always wondered if you do that. When you obviously it just knocked her socks off doing that. Look like I've seen it. I seen anyone do it that. Well, the other thing was the reason I say it was an experience. It was our server Julie. And I mean she cared. And that was it, and they the decor along with the menu in the food it all blended their their entire staff does too. And I have to say I mean, it if you haven't been there just go to the bar get a drink. I don't even drink, but you'll Sylvia mock tell if you won't one, and you should go there. If you want an experience in how how warn fits done in the twenty first century, I've never seen it better. But the experience I haven't been anywhere where I've had an experience like that in in many years and Julie, thank you. I left. Hugging you. So I wanna thank.

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"neri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"But this was one of those times where you know, I figured. Yeah. I determined that. I'm not I'm not doing this. Right. Mentally, if I dwell on this if I if I if I react to and reflect on this the same way, I did the first time around I'm I'm gonna lose I'm gonna leave everything. And so I had to talk it from a completely different angle at you rewrite the script, I rewire everything that I knew to be true. And this was really the turning point for me to to to live start living and not and not dwell anymore and not fix it that that's what I had to billing for the past five years. Oh, for sure we're going to decongest with that one of we're gonna we're gonna. At some other. Yes. God. Okay. I gotta tell you. I'm I'm having this law. My skin's crawling listening to you speak about what you've been through the uniqueness of your life in. Everyone's life is unique. But like you've had some short Neri moments in time. And so, and I'm not saying those are easier or to be glorified. I'm just saying their extraordinary. They're shorter in. I had thought that we we need more men like you in this world. And so that's just thought that's been banging around the back of my head that I couldn't wait to tell you. So again, thank you for that. Yep. Thank you for that. And do you have yet? Do you have a philosophy that guide your life? I do and. You know, and they're always a work in progress. Right. The software that's kinda running in the background. That's that's that's me your decision. And you know, the things you hope you're grabbing onto ties on certainty, but you know, my my philosophy really is. If it's a lot of it's driven by the golden rule. And it's, you know, do you want to others you'd have done to yourself would I be happy? If I were on the receiving end of what I'm about to do or what I'm about to say. And so for a lot of what I what I do in my life. You know, the the golden rule really is is is front and center and. You know, another still asako guidepost that I really have is is. Am I am? I really committed to what I'm doing. And if I'm not I'm not gonna waste my time. So what I mean by that is, you know, you've got a lot of folks in the world and business world in in public life that are kind of going through the motions or compliant. They're doing things their job asks them, and they're receiving a paycheck at the end of the day, and they're simply complying with what's asked them in different twin that and being truly committed to cause and committed what is your doing? And I've found that all the activities that require a large degree of compliance. I don't waste my time with it's the ones that really expect commitment from from folks that we're the jersey that bleed for the team that are ready that role roller sleeves up and say, this is what I'm going to devote the rest of my life. They don't know how much longer I've got I really found the only and the drive to embrace things that I can commit to and not just things that I can comply with and check the check the block and..

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"neri" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Curious XM ports. Raises with Steve big. Raising and becoming interviews. This is Steve. We're back. Our two on this Wednesday and down to Brooke Arshi, not down to Brooklyn. We're gonna go much further south than Brooklyn because said is already in Florida for the start of the collegiate baseball season. I saw the picture from Daytona say good morning. Good morning. Excellent. And boy did you make timely escape. Gone yet. I'm leaving next week. Or I what I saw a picture from Daytona. I. Dating for yesterday. Joe's girlfriends at that over now. All right. All right. So you'll be there soon enough. All right, good. I love it. Well, and we we we'll we'll soldier through the the cold weather, and then I'm escaping to because I'll be gone gone from the eighth to the twenty four. I think or the sixth of the twenty four th or something. Yeah. Then I'll be home a week. And then the most March it looks like so. I'm putting in my face time. And and my my stove blower time. I two passes with the snow blower yesterday. And then this morning before Tina woke up, so I was out there at. It was out there four thirty blow in the snow around. So. I can I can which would she is annoyed that I'm gone. I can say Honey, I did it. I did my share in January. I, you know, before we talk any of the specific courses and a few different interesting, names and stallion. Element. Terrific piece focusing Ben glass, who I know you've got a wonderful relationship with and the piece in the TD n by grant Iraq. Right. Yeah. It's great to see these guys, you know, years. They've been in scary Neri west and then glass. You know, they're looking for stallions. They're looking for. You know, Gary wants to win derby. Scratched the. Travers. To the Travers he wants to win. Leaders cup. Classic. Those are three big races that he wants to win. Got a shot for the derby. Avi this year with game winner and. Now, it's great. It was great. In working, and it's an interesting to interesting topic, actually because you've certainly seen and worked with your share of whether it's working directly with clients or whether it's through an intermediary and an agent that that is managing the interests. And. You know, there's there's a lot that come and go, and then there's some that, you know, really dig in the heels and have been willing to. Roll with the punches and how you know how? Can you define said a successful approach from one that that is that turns out to be unfulfilling for for someone who has those kinds of ambitions. I don't quite understand. What do you mean? Like don't. Yes. I mean what what drives somebody? I mean, if you is it is it simply some, bad luck and financial wherewithal. Or are there mistakes that that you see repeated let's put it that way. When when people come into the business, and they try to have these ambitions. Yeah. Right. As a matter of fact, even in that, then glad interview Chris McGrath, bro in TD, any reference of Ben pointed out that for a while they'd been concentrating on new science for a long time. And and that approach didn't work for them. So then they we focus and just using proven sires, you know, like west coast for example by flatter game winner by candy Reid, American freedom, but pulpit flashback by tap it New Year's day by Street Cry at some of the resources. Yeah. Once they they they kinda refocused on that they came back with a big run. And of course, you know, I think pointed out..

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"neri" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"neri" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Curious XM ports. Raises with Steve big. Raising and becoming interviews. This is Steve. We're back. Our two on this Wednesday and down to Brooke Arshi, not down to Brooklyn. We're gonna go much further south than Brooklyn because said is already in Florida for the start of the collegiate baseball season. I saw the picture from Daytona say good morning. Good morning. Excellent. And boy did you make timely escape. Gone yet. I'm leaving next week. Or I I saw a picture from Daytona. I. Dave before yesterday. Joe's girlfriends at that over now. All right. All right. So you'll be there soon enough. All right. Good. Good. I love it. Well, and we we we'll we'll soldier through the the cold weather, and then I'm escaping to because. I'll be gone gone from the eighth to the twenty four. I think or the sixth of the twenty four th or something. Yeah. Then I'll be home a week. And then the most March it looks like so. I'm putting in my face time. And and my my stove blower time. I two passes with the snow blower yesterday. And then this morning before Tina woke up, so I was out there at. It was out there four thirty blow in the snow around. So. I can I can which would she is annoyed that I'm gone. I can say Honey, I did it. I did my share in January. I, you know, before we talk any of the specific courses and a few different interesting, names and stallion. Element. Terrific piece focusing on Ben glass, who I know you've got a wonderful relationship with and the piece in the TD n by grant, Iraq, right? Yeah. Great guys, you know, years they've been in scary Neri west and then glass. You know, they're looking for stallions and they're looking for. You know, Gary wants to win derby. Scratched the. Travers. In the Travers he wants to win. Leaders cup. Classic. Those are three big races that he wants to win. Got a shot for the derby, AVI this year with the game winner and. Now, it's great. It was great. In working, and it's an interesting to interesting topic, actually because you've certainly seen and worked with your share of whether it's working directly with clients or whether it's through an intermediary and an agent that that is managing the interests. And you know, there's there's a lot that come and go, and then there's some that really dig in the heels and have been willing to. Roll with the punches and how you know how? Can you define said a successful approach from one that that is that turns out to be unfulfilling for for someone who has those kinds of ambitions. I don't quite understand. What do you mean? Like, they don't. Yes. I mean what what drives somebody? I mean, if you is it is it simply some, bad luck and financial wherewithal. Or are there mistakes that that you see repeated let's put it that way. When when people come into the business, and they they try to have these ambitions. Right. As a matter of fact, even in that, then glad interview Chris McGrath wrote in TD any reference of Ben pointed out that for a while they'd been concentrating on new science for a long time. And and that approach didn't work for them. So then they we focus and just using proven sires, you know, like west coast for example by flatter game winner by candy Reid, American freedom, but pulpit flashback by tap it New Year's day by Street Cry at some of the resources. Yeah. Once they they they kind of refocused on that they came back with a big run. And of course, you know, I think pointed that..

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Who is Neri Oxman?

Who? Weekly

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Who is Neri Oxman?

"With the facts, and the thing about Neri Oxman is the more facts you learn the less you actually? No, because they approached her job way more seriously than the likes of us weekly and people and in doing so made her job even more confounding. It's completely ridiculous what they say about her in this in this piece. Yeah. Can I ask you question though? So they? So she says they say this past spring, Brad, Pitt also reached out in a visit to the media lab than inflame the internet. They are not dating Dr. Oxman said that emphatically her real world. Boyfriend is William ackman the contrarian, hedge funder. I didn't click that, but it is linked. What does that mean? What's it? Contrarian edge funder anyways, he lives in idea. He's rich. He's reading some rich guy. Bobby really got a kick out of this article because it doesn't make any sense. Let me read this. Yeah, a cab. Asian of some sort of, I don't know. It looks like. It looks like honeycomb. I don't know. It looks like a honeycomb. It's very organic material that's glowing, but I can't tell if it's, you know, emitting the light on its own accord or if there's a light in there, but the caption is material ecology, which is her specialty. I don't know what that means. Material ecology. Mary's technological advances of computational design synthetic biology and three d. printing to produce startling looking mouth. Multifunctional structures like these sheaves of childen. A Compostable material derived from shrimp shells in the foreground. Silkworms are spinning on tiny platforms.

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Troian Bellisario and Patrick J. Adams Welcome Their First Child

Who? Weekly

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Troian Bellisario and Patrick J. Adams Welcome Their First Child

"I mean, I care for the reason you pointed out, which is that her is caption. Was the world just got eight pounds, heavier. Does Patrick know that weight doesn't just like suddenly start existing once it was born, the weight existed while it was in your wife's like body. It's unsleeping. Perfect. It's so done. It's the most nonsense way to describe giving is it for the most part, like everything on the planet is already here, like the world isn't really fluctuating in terms of size. I mean, unless somebody's trying to what's happening appeared out of like full of like thin. First of all, I don't know science. Okay. Ask, ask, ask, Neri, Oxman or whatever. I don't know. Okay. I

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Brad Pitt is spending time with MIT professor Neri Oxman — but what does it mean?

Fred and Angi

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Brad Pitt is spending time with MIT professor Neri Oxman — but what does it mean?

"Angie's entertainment or brad and angie five kiss brad pitt has a new woman in his life he's been spending time with women name oxman cheese an architect and professor of media arts and sciences at mit patriots boy george clooney exactly they're all gonna get together and drink tequila highbrow brainy conversations a source says the two are just friends and the friendship's not romantic by a lot of people are saying otherwise he's an awardwinning architect to he's a really an architect like savant he's a bluff himself he loves architecture so maybe that's a perfect fit for him under casually dating been going out nothing serious in the dating area but we'll see jenna dewan is speaking up on rumors that channing tatum's behavior was what was to blame for their separation rap for the actress said happy to clarify that absolutely none of these rumors are true and response to the reports that he's partying and flirting and that's what caused the split mystique many added the reason our statement was so positive because that's the reality of the situation they announced there's a total joint statement saying there's no secrets we love each other very much nothing's changed just divorcing more online today if you wanna see the picture of brad pitt and the mit girlfriend check that on our website thank you log on more stuff is up at fred angie dot com this hour music brought to you by verizon wireless angie traffic traffic is brought to you by ashley homestore bishop ford salad one hundred fifteen th all the way to seventy nine th on the ryan due to an earlier crash and slow again from the stevenson merged to downtown it's time to celebrate and save at ashley homestore's anniversary sale save thirty five percents like furniture and mattresses plus get twelve months special financing seventy two months no interest now at america's number one furniture and mattress store ashley homestore this old i that's traffic three five kiss fm do you need car insurance is only one company to call in chicagoland united auto insurance at seven seven three.

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Brad Pitt Is Strictly Friends With MIT Professor Neri Oxman

Colleen and Bradley

01:03 min | 4 years ago

Brad Pitt Is Strictly Friends With MIT Professor Neri Oxman

"Holly roberts has brought all the dirt from hollywood the dirt alert hey let's talk about brad pitt's possible new love interest oh page six has an exclusive report that brad pitt has been spending time with an mit professor named neri oxman a source oh well a source at page six exclusively tells the publication that the architecture and design aficionado pit recently met accomplished oxman through an mit architecture project and they have since become friends this is strange why i don't know why i think it's i didn't realize he dabbled in the field of architect he's huge into architecture had no idea members passion member he had that like city for the victims of katrina that's that city of houses i don't know what you call it anyway.

Holly Roberts Brad Pitt Professor Katrina Neri