35 Burst results for "Ochre"

Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak

"This silly six game winning streak is over after Miguel row Haas had two hits and three RBIs during a seven run sixth that highlighted the Marlins ten three route of Philadelphia actually you can we got our momentum from from that evening and are they gonna say is that we can do it all and get scored the strongest cases Sanchez smacked a three run Homer in the first inning for the Marlins losing pitcher Kyle Gibson was tagged for eight runs and eight hits in five one third innings Steven ochre got the final out in the sixth for his first win since twenty seventeen Matt Verlaine hit an RBI double and a run scoring triple for the Phils Freddy Galvis led off the game with a home run I'm the ferry

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Yanks Smart on Bases, Take Advantage of Error to Top M's 5-4

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Yanks Smart on Bases, Take Advantage of Error to Top M's 5-4

"The Yankees erased a four one deficit by scoring four times in the sixth inning of a five four win over the mariners RigNet or door pull the Yankees within four three with a two run Homer before Mitch Haniger misplayed a Gleyber Torres fly ball into a triple Kyle Higashi ochre followed with an RBI double and scored on a daring baserunning play while DJ lemay you forced to run down between first and second Erin judge also homered in the Yankees tenth win in twelve games and third straight over the mariners since Thursday all year we've been kind of saying instead of course you know stay the course no keep playing our game plan our ball you know we knew things would turn around and I just don't think anybody outside of our room really believe that Kyle Seager hit a two run Homer for the Ms there were three and six on the road trip I'm Dave Ferrie

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Latest Nintendo News

What's Good Games

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Latest Nintendo News

"Get excited. Choo Choo Train. ooh, you. Pay Pipe that leads us to the end of our news segment and for funds. As we thought, it'd be cool to just kind of wrap up with a couple of quick hit news items that happened to be all Nintendo related in. So, if you guys missed it earlier this week a drop for the Super Mario lying on black milk went live and we talked about this one they announced it and you're into. Fashion of the FEM variety I like the starter s let's they have a lot of stop you can check out, but they also announced the animal crossing Collab-, which is going to be happening. So this is Super Fun as well. So if you guys want to showcase your love for either animal crossing or Super Mario Brothers, you may want to check out the black milk line secure and there was also to more announcing Super Nintendo world is going to be happening in twenty twenty one. So this is an old trailer Super Nintendo world. Obviously, this is going. To be in Japan, there's one supposed to be happening universal studios in Orlando but because of the covid nineteen pandemic, it has been delayed worldwide. What they did today was confirmed that they're like come hell or high water. We're going to open in two thousand and twenty one, and they revealed some of the food items that you're going to be able to try when you go to Super Nintendo world. So let me show you think tool dress. Suggest I mean they sold that dress in a shop in their blackmail trout by so much stuff is capped already like. The the two things I got are already kept the presale. But. You can still or you can still order those things in select sizes. But the food goes I don't know those UK. Those are those are pancake sandwiches what What. So we're looking at. Ladies and gentlemen of some of the themed cafes and other sources they're going to be having some of the they're showcasing our these Mario and Luigi Pancake sandwiches in the pancakes are like tacos but filled with whipped cream. Are Their hats won as an m one as an L. One's read one's green who would have said and Mario doesn't want these photos to be bigger. I apologize everybody watching Mario's pancakes. Sandwich has strawberries and cream and it says who's come. That's a cap joke says Oak Dokey and they're some looking green fruit and cream I'm not sure what exactly is going on yeah I don't know what those fruits are. There's apple or lime I'm. A super mushroom drink and a tropical bottle and a mess moustached fruit creams soda because a little. Alcoholic? Be grateful was bring your own. To. Chat. Hopefully. It just looks really cute and the store is obviously look all Mario we on the inside, all the chairs, little toadstools and I now this is GonNa. Be My happy place. I'm ready. We're definitely going to do what's good games field trip to Super Nintendo World Orlando when it finally opened. Hundred percent. Rona. No likes he rona. And your the worst get out of here. Okay Only Rona would take a hint. All right. Our last piece of Nintendo news was this little news blurb that dropped this week about Nintendo treehouse spotlighting Jairo Warriors, age of calamity, and then a little bit more info about. Three Pittman three, the deluxe version, Jairo Warriors. So age of calamity is this an expansion it and actually get a chance to watch this this is the. Way tecmo warriors spin off. So it's like real warriors, but it's called age, of course, because it takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. Yes. So what's GonNa be really interesting about this game it's GonNa show in deep dive into some of the characters and we're GonNa see like personal interactions and here a little bit more about their backstory. Narrative perspective. This is cool but the showcase today the Nintendo. treehouse showed her Bosa style fighting. Zelda showed link fighting a little bit young EMPA-. That is going to be hitting co rocks and the weapons won't break. They. Also, the weapons work in this game. And I showed a little bit about of the map in the weapon upgrades system and it actually looks really good. I mean I did not like the first Jairo warriors primarily because the multiplayer was really bad someone had a play on the way you gain pat and someone could play on. TV. was like the way they designed it why they did that I don't know Nintendo Intendo, but it's really fun and the game play it looks great and some of the places that they visited. To see loan ranch, you could see all the locations essentially from breath wild before the the fan. So most of these villages are intact. The buildings aren't all destroyed. You get to see some of Aksu Games like an ochre enough time Linlin ranch, for example, AC, the same buildings and the little sheds. If it looks good. It looks like all the kicking, ass. Zelda out here. Making her keep and look at that. So she is primarily her Sheikha Asleep abilities which every character has access to you. But hers are a little bit more epic like her bomb for example, is like A. Bomb that spits out many bombs and it's pretty global. Yeah. Yeah. I think this is going to be fun. This actually comes out November twentieth and pick me comes out October thirtieth. So these are two. I mean, I think this game's much bigger than pigment three personally. But yeah, and it's an awesome set up their sleeve, which is nice. It's interesting that they're choosing to focus on this game. Because I think a lot of people were hoping for an update on what's happening with breath of the wild to not to say that we need like a full game play reveal or anything like that. Clearly, this game isn't going to be happening until two thousand, twenty one at the earliest but it would have been nice to get like a teaser or something in conjunction with this Jairo. Warriors announcement, and this is a little bit of A. Guy When this game was announced. Feel like those were a month ago a few weeks ago. was they said, yeah. Sorry. We know. We know what you really want. Just please be patient you really really want. Yeah, they. Yeah but. We can't give out to you yet. The thing. Thanks bye. Yeah I. Think it'll be good. It'll be a little guitar over. It also face. This is an appetizer main course exactly at Obama's or Bros a kick ass you. She got a hack and slash the lightning, their little shield she's like mosquito. been and kill you. If you want to see the game play that we're referring to, of course, youtube dot com slash what's good games or you can go to the Nintendo YouTube account as well. But did you spend a lot of time with hydro warriors doesn't Feel like your style of game and please tell me if I'm inaccurate, you're not wrong. No I played like I said, a little bit of the I went back. When was on we you but the problem with you is this is kind of Game I. Think I could only played multiplayer because it's just more entertaining play someone but someone had a play on the you game had an some could play on the TV and so as you can imagine that didn't work very well Jason was playing on the way you gamepad because of course, he was and I had the Nice Big Shiny TV. His game, he knows his role absolutely his game play on the game pad was really laggy. It didn't look very good I mean it was the Game Pad Right? So I played it. It was fun. But the reason I'm more interested in this one is because of again, it's going expand on the story. Breath of the While we're GONNA get a deeper dive into characters like are both saw relationship she had with Zelda and Zelda's relationship with these folks and that's I. Think we're the the excitement comes from for me.

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Ianne Fields Stewart: The Okra Project

LGBTQ&A

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Ianne Fields Stewart: The Okra Project

"The ogre project is pretty new for most people. Can you give us the Quick Synopsis. Of what they do. Absolutely it's a really great organization that is working to deliver these luxury free delicious nutritious meals to black. Trans folks and it's all prepared by black. Trans Chefs get paid to do that and I love in the interview that she talks about luxury in this idea of taking luxury and making it something that's accessible to the most marginalized people in the community and really excited for us to do this interview with you and Diane. Because you know there's been so many there's been so many stories lately in the media about over the Trans Women specifically dying during pride month and into July. We can't only report transpeople than media. When died we need to celebrate them when they're alive and admit E. N. is such a core thing. So I'm so excited like play her story on this podcast. Should we get to the interview? Yes I am so excited for everyone to hear the conversation we had. To this is Scott and e Enfield Stewart. Here it is. Still. Em thank you so much for joining me for taking the time. I'm just going to jump right in I. Really wanted to sort of learn more about the work that you're doing at the OCHRE project. Can you tell me a little bit about what it is and bring me back to where the ideas started? How did you come up with the idea? I was sitting on a couch in December two, thousand, eighteen in my home eating their ways a masculine person who was part of the organizing meeting and they were talking over me a bit and I really feel like I was being heard. So I put myself on mute and it turned my friend Nyla and I said Hey I have this idea and I had been thinking for a couple of weeks that I want to do something to give back to the Community because I knew that I was going to be going back to a home and family that raised me that I felt comfortable being my complete self with and I knew that that was a privilege that I possessed. So I said tonight you know what if we were to raise money through your fund that you've created, which is glad Trans Solidarity Fund and it's reparations group that is dedicated to shifting funds from the mainstream back into the hands of black transpeople. NYLA thought the idea was great. So we use those funds to pay a chef we worked with me August of Zadie kitchen. The I had the ideal Sunday on Monday a we had a meeting with Maliki Maliki greed. Our hope was raised about like five hundred dollars worked with a couple people. We released the project on a Wednesday and by Friday we had raised six thousand dollars all through individual donations. So we were totally blown away by and made the commitment then and there that you know, will you know run this thing to the wheels fall off and the wheels have now fallen off yet so here we are I'm wondering you know, why do you think there is such a resounding amount of support whicher analysis on that? You know it's interesting. I think that I constantly find myself shocked and puzzled by why and how people believe in the work that we do. It just seems so strange to be a part of something that people are actively saying, Hey, we believe in an Arlington we believe in it, but we want it to continue I think that part of it is that you know it. The idea of taking luxury and making it something that's accessible to the most marginalized people saga. I personally am very committed to interrupting this idea that luxury should be exclusive and rather making luxury something that is available to all people and most importantly to the most marginalized in our community. From you the idea of having you know a black trans. CHEF. Come into your home and cook a healthy home-cooked Pacific meal for you. Unit for black people in particular, the kitchen is such a place of familial lineage. It's a place of community place of love it's it's just were so so many things happen in so much a daily life occurs in the kitchen and so to have that kitchen be filled with someone who looks loves and lives like you as a luxury and a joy and builds community because you're not just having kind of this person who comes in and cooks for you and then leaves, but you're rather creating an experience of community where this person is someone who? Can become community. They can become chosen. Family knows what is possible when someone who looks loves and lives like you chooses you and prioritizes you and says, you are special and you are worthy of receiving this meal and you are worthy of sitting back and relaxing and has someone do for you and I think that that for a community of people who for so long have had to make everything out of nothing I think that's just such a gift and such a beautiful thing to have someone say I will do for you because you're worth it.

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Mexico Caves Reveal Ancient Ochre Mining

60-Second Science

03:01 min | 1 year ago

Mexico Caves Reveal Ancient Ochre Mining

"Sometimes, discoveries seem so simple. You know basically we've found a bunch of holes in the ground that's Edward Reinhard he's an archaeologist and geologist at McMaster University in Ontario Canada, but you know ultimately very important holes in the ground reinhard on colleagues believe they've found some of the first clear evidence of mining activity in a system of caves in Kintana ru on the peninsula the fine dates back to between ten and twelve thousand years ago. These are some very early people that have come and migrated to the Americas via the during straight. But getting to what remains of these miners and the tools they laugh is a challenge like cave divers you got to be so careful you don't get lost. These caves systems in Mexico, which were once dry are now completely filled with water. Thanks to a warming climate and sea levels that rose over time winding passageways are narrow and dark, and the walls are made of unforgiving limestone porous and with sharp edges. Reinhard says the water that filled the caves has preserved everything. It's basically almost like you know somebody working at a factory, they turn the lights off and they went away and nobody ever came back when divers started telling reinhard about what they were seeing inside the cave. He decided to go for a dive himself. He found concentrations of charcoal meaning that the people who walked here thousands of years ago probably used fire to light their way and there are stone. Cairns which Reinhardt believes the people built as navigation markers. Also says lots of tools remain and they were made from the stalagmites that hung from the cave ceiling breaking off and then using use hammer. So you can see the percussion marks where they were banging up the you know breaking up the stone on the bottom. The discovery is in the journal Science advances. So what were these ancient people mining and prospecting for there is a little bit of sediment still on the wall of. The pit. So I grabbed a vial and my sampled island, grab some of the sediment and underwater the red light gets attenuated. So Look Kinda Brown I was thinking well, maybe it's ochre you know is thinking about that but it's like well, looks Kinda creepy of that's what it is but then I got got out of the cave into the sunlight and it was just like this spectacular bright bright red. So then I knew. What they were after ochre it's among the earliest known pigments employed by humans and it's got many uses for sunscreen to preserve animal skins and burials and ceremonies, and people still use it even today in artwork. It was you know it's a prominent in used Gio material if you will through time for your end and dates data usage for thousands of years prior to around the world.

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Yannick Noah Interview

The Tennis Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Yannick Noah Interview

"We've had a week off and. Has Gone to get his haircuts. Catherine's been hanging out with Magnus. The dog I've been stressing about my football team west from job in as they try to throw promotion away. That may or may not mean something to you, and we will be back with tennis podcasts over the coming weeks and months altogether chat in as we normally do, but today we have a very very special interview with the French Open champion of nineteen eighty-three, the world's number three as his highest ranking, but that really doesn't tell the story of Yannick who is unquestionably the coolest man I have ever met Davis Cup winning captain. Three Times Fed Cup winning captain as well and had a hugely successful music career. Once his tennis stays had come to an end I had the chance to meet him just over twenty years ago when he joined the champions tour. Tour retired players who just traveled to will played matches against one another him and John McEnroe and beyond bog, and all these greats of the game, and just got to know him a little bit at that time. He was always suggest to me. I haven't seen him for about ten years, but I managed to get in contact with him through a couple of other people when we were researching and trying to set up interviews full at tennis, relived series, particularly the French Open, so that we could tell that story, and you'll have heard an excerpt perhaps of this interview when we covered his run to that nineteen, eighty three French Open title, but the entire interview. It's just joy, and it will improve your mood, and if you do enjoy the into you tell your friends family, let your social media, and what's that group's now about it because it will just leave them happier than when they started listening to. It has Yannick Noah. I'd like to go right back to the beginning of your of your career, and even before your career and the reason for your career and. I believe a meeting with Arthur Ashe. Yep Absolutely. Our used to leave the group in Cameroon, Africa and We were I was playing detail club tennis was. Not, very, big in Cameroon in the whole country, back nine court, so to play tennis was very privilege radio privilege so. so we used to go to the club at night, but at that time my parents couldn't afford a racket in one day. When I heard that? Some Americans were coming to the club saw. Americans you know so. So Marty Riessen Charlie Pasarell, Tom, ochre, and Arthur Ashe where doing tour in Africa. And they happen to play one day my club. During the clinic they decide. They played with the kids. And I played with Sir and Liked what he saw. I was slim press. You know he was my heroes. At the end of the clinic gave me a racket is racket. Head competition that worth like. Probably Probably what my parents would making every month. and it was you know it was like a dream for me to meeting. Dr Racket Sonya poster. Saying To Yannick I hope I'll see one that. So that was very funny. But the next thing that happened is after this story went to the French Open and he talked to shut. It was the president of the Federation. I told him that he was a little kid was playing. Or was in French. Speaking. Country and And I I. The scholarship came to friends because of author I played in niece for few years. And? The first time I played in Wimbledon That was nine years after we met was in Wimbledon because as for wild card. That was accepted and we play doubles on center court. So that was a beautiful story, so yes, the so mean Africa. And he was a big part of my story. Because and after that you know. For some reason, he was always like you know. Not Too far helping me when I was younger growing up, and then you know played with him at Wimbledon, the first tournament. Back in the days. It was called Super Seris. I was playing Richmond Virginia where he was born. And that was the first tournament I one. Super Series and As I was you know going through the tournament semifinal quarterfinals? Semifinals Playing Roscoe Tanner and these gentlemen comes into locker room sold demand. It comes. It goes Yanic if you win. Arthur is coming tomorrow SEO really worrisome. Is Dad. So that was that was something I beat Roscoe and An author flew to Richmond I played Yvonne in the finals. Won The won. It and Arthur gave me the cup in his hometown, so that was really special.

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Culture Plating vs DNA Testing for Microorganisms in Cannabis w/ Kyle Boyar (From BTS #29)

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Culture Plating vs DNA Testing for Microorganisms in Cannabis w/ Kyle Boyar (From BTS #29)

"I'll start with the ancient technology which is plaguing It's been around for some time, and basically this is where you take your sample. You add some sort of. Growth medium right DPW TRIPTYCH soy broth. Yeah Classic Classic growth mediums basically. You put that in with your sample. Typically a one gram sample. It really just depends on what state you're in other industries use lot larger sample sizes. Something like you know anywhere from five twenty five grams, or even upwards of fifty grams really just depends on what you're testing right, but since candidates is a very precious commodity. People don't want to give up their. You Know Ultra high quality stuff more than a gram, so that's typically what we see out there in the marketplace. But, basically you're, you're homogenising your sample. Usually the stomach or By hand massaging and then you're taking that and you're taking a small sub sample of that, and then pleading it as a basically placing that inaugurating the plate, and then you know streaking it or basically spreading it uniformly across the plate surface. And then you're incubating bat depending on what you're testing for, you may incubate it for you know. From Twenty five to twenty seven sees what's typically done for Aspergillus five seven days seven days type thing. But it's going to differ for every different microorganism that you're testing for and then you're basically taking whatever you dilute it at, so you're counting. The colony is on the plate, and then we'll play it by that dilution factor, and now you have a colony forming unit gram readout. That is typically your standard readout that you see in just about everywhere. I mean while QBC are is. Very commonly accepted now in the cannabis industry when it comes to things like total count tests, you do have to convert that seek value or cycle of quantitative will get into a bit more later, but you have to convert that value into something that is acceptable for regulators, which is that a few Graham Now plaguing. Good because it is only enumerated, what is actually viable within the sample, right? And so a lot of people aren't concerned about what's dead in a sample, or what was left over and so that is an advantage of planning a disadvantage of planning is that some of these things don't grow very well and culture It depends again. What type of mediums here using what types of Brasier using There's a number of factors that contribute to how well something cultures on a plate so I would say those are kind of like the high, A. The highpoints of pleading and the potential drawbacks of it but then there's molecular methods like Qpr. QVC are right, so this is quantitative polymerase chain reaction so for those of your listeners that are familiar with polymerase chain reaction. Now this is just monitoring that reaction in real time using different flora fours. And so you're basically typically QC are run is forty cycles You are looking at you know. How quickly does amplify so and then at the point at which crosses the threshold, so you set that threshold to remove any background, the point at which your QBC our signal crosses that threshold is what we call a cycle of quantitative, so that is the point at which. which it is crossing that threshold line and the actual cycle number so basically the earlier of a C Q, You have that means that the earlier or sorry. The the greater presence of your target there is because it's a amplifying quicker, whereas if it's amplifying later than that means you had less of your target, so that would be a higher cq. Value, right? And so I guess the disadvantage with QBC are is that you aren't just selectively? Amplifying is alive. You are getting everything DNA DNA. So you're going to amplify everything and some people push back and say well. Hey, isn't that to our detriment? You know. If you have a bunch of dead stuff on there well, why am I failing for dead stuff? That just doesn't make sense well a couple of things there right so in the context of things like Aspergillus or micro toxin producing. Well. If there's a bunch of that leftover well, that could be indicative that you have mycotoxin your sample now. Of course, many states have opted for mycotoxin testing things like apple. Toxins and ochre toxin. And so that that checks that box right, but still it's good to know and a lot of people have this misconception that because you're only. Oh, sorry, 'cause! You're amplifying all of these things, right? That you're gonNA fail more as a result, but actually we find that. At least in my experience, it was the opposite. And I think the reasoning for that is. and. I guess this is another drawback of planning that I forgot to mention in. This is a perfect tie-in. Well, there's a lack of selectivity. Typically when you're planning something. You're using right selective growth media. That are supposed to foster the growth of a particular class of microbial contaminants now. There's grows mediums. There's also antibiotics that are used for selection in this case, and as we all know, antibiotics are being A. Microorganism, becoming more and more resistance, these things and just because you select for it, based on an antibiotic or some sort of growth medium doesn't necessarily mean that off target organism growth isn't going to happen so what? The the publications that medicinal! Of have done of showed is that there is a significant amount of Tara growth happening especially in the context of police mold plates. And depending on what state you're in typically limits around ten thousand CFU's program. But if you're getting off growth, you're counting dots that are actually not e- mold. You're counting oftentimes bacteria, and so this of course leads inflated accounts, more failures, and so people have this aversion to moving toward QVC are because they think that's going to happen. More frequently, but really it's the opposite because you're using targeted primers, you are selectively amplifying only for the class of organisms that you're looking for. You don't have the potential for off target growth in that case.

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The 2020 Virus Crash, the world is shutting down, keep healthy, cheer up, we will beat this

Layovers

09:05 min | 1 year ago

The 2020 Virus Crash, the world is shutting down, keep healthy, cheer up, we will beat this

"Lots of change of course since the last time you were with me on the show as after news for you wonder what will make you very happy. United. I know. You don't fly united but if you were to fly again united as asked cabin crew to controlling to dimming windows of the liner essentially say allow the passengers do whatever they want these goal. I mean I understand why they dim them at certain points of a flight on mass. So the whole cabinet atmosphere changes especially when it's supposed to be time to to sleep what? I get frustrated by than when they're locked that's what management that it has to do not lock the system. Essentially I wonder if they're able to restrict the DIM nece. So if you say you can. They're unlocked but they can't be fully open which I would kind of understand. That would certainly a piece people like me. But that's interesting that they've had such volume of feedback that they've made that change exactly or they just listened to layovers. That's that's more likely exactly the second news I hinted at it in the intro did about you is that. Berlin seems to be happening actually happening because thunder as actually scheduled flights on October thirty first. Which is the opening. Apparently the soft opening date for a full opening November eighth. It's pretty unbelievable. You set yourself that you were not believing and I wasn't believing it either but it seems stupid will open I. I don't know why it is changed times. It's interesting. There is a third party setting a date for their moving as opposed to the airport authority or anybody on behalf of the airport saying this is going to be the open day. It's it's an airline saying this is when we're going to shift and it's all their operation right. It's not it's not just a test. It's this is when we're GONNA start flying out of that airport and remember when we did both of the airports of berlin-tegel and Schoenfeld lift as it doesn't fly there. They send eurowings. I mean does Fi of course but I'm wondering now if we will actually have proper operations as Frankfurt in they don't they don't really so far so I I still cannot believe it. I mean I don't watch. I just can't believe that he's going to happen. And you know we running Joe too was was going to arrive. I Will Italia Fail I. It seems that they will never fail. Will the Max Awry? I A berliner. After these two are still in contention the Mexico to arrive before Berlin. I duNNo. It's very because with strange times. We'RE LIVING. I don't lie about answer window. So there on office and depends on Crete where you sit and Jeez. I want to give up to Andrew. Curran is a writer for a site that we both read quite often called simple flying and so quoted us like mentioned us which is very nice. Exactly that okay. Because we were saying like who's going to be I you know the Max or and well. He said that we did. Put our money onto Max coming. I was still have a shot of that Andrew. You're basing northern New South Wales in Australia. I I'll show her friends will maybe having a strap. Is it coming up at some point this year? Maybe maybe so into you will have it. His favourite airline is a Singapore Airlines. Here you have very taste I was gonNA say fair enough. I'm just wondering what's Your airport. Because you say northern New South Wales Brisbane is probably close to you. But that's already Queensland believe so which one is it Andrew? Just reach out to us and thank you for for listening. And since I'm on simple flying they also have a podcast. It's a very cool podcast as well. Everybody's doing podcasts Alex. We're we're the okay boomers podcast now because we're like the og in like everybody does podcast. It's very close. The I think they started like early. Feb they also have like these kinds of thirty minutes once a week. Type of Schedule which is really cool for those who don't want to listen to US venture for two hours every odd weeks that we we. Do we do this? So simple flying. You can find it on apple podcasts and everywhere and this is Super Cool Bravo guys. Congratulations more the merrier. Since we're talking about okay boomer of Aggie podcasts. Ourselves to reviews I on apple podcasts. Five stars thank you. The title is where has this? Been all my life from BIG CASTS. Eleven from the. Us These guys are awesome. Content is always amazing. Well thank you so much. They really open up the world to people through their travels. I'm not traveling and personal experiences. I love their personalities. Spot guests is great for any AV geeks such as myself or someone who loves travel. Thank you so much and the second one is from already in MS ready in MSP. Of course Minneapolis which we now covered as you heard. Alex great details on Global Airlines Five Stars Great Show. I always enjoy your shows and look forward to the next one is interesting to hear where you have been and the airlines. You flown on question receive people. I love it that people use reviews. Us question looking at booking a trip to Rome on American Airlines with miles and seem to be able to get much better rate if I had to stop in either Madrid on you barrier or London. Nba would you recommend this? And if so which city in our line? Well Man Rudy going to Rome today not sure. I don't think that here experience. If you quite what you hoped it would be the. What would you do for when if all this stops because Italy for those? Who Don't keep track of isn't a full lockdown. So I mean I know that Ryan ourselves fly Suzanne set from Rome but besides that I think no one flies there. Would you if you weren't? Us would you fly direct with a? Would you prefer a barrier via Madrid? I know our love for Narnia and or we e throw with. I don't know the long haul product. I don't really know the shorthaul product either so I don't know but between the two I would still go a in premium an above but be a in economy. Yeah and if you really want to stop so meaning if as out of the question be. I think it's still a better choice in because you will not be changing terminal in Saudi throw. You'll be fine. Yeah passing so I. I know some people might disagree. But and it's not that we don't pay you better. I think the whole product I've done because I've done to Madrid three forty I think. Yeah it's okay. There's ochre like looking at each other as the be a business for instance but it's it's okay. I think still better. So how's your flu Alex? Well just waiting for the inevitable. I can't do this all any of us can do anything. Yeah exactly it's it's so strange man. Up China Eastern has introduced a new coronavirus glass. Oh on top of visas. Glass preemies coronavirus. The last three row after starboard side off their aircraft will be reserved for those who show potential signs of sickness. Now it's not called the coronavirus. Plus that's me actually making that up but they are actually segregating a bit of the aircraft for people that might have signs of sickness. I I don't know how it works but yeah people that develop the symptoms during the flight. Surely you shouldn't be traveling if you already have this and maybe an epidemiologist would be able to tell us if this is complete waste of time it feels like a complete waste of time. Yeah I said in my very long intro in the previous episode I'm sorry guys it was thirty minutes of renting that Yeah you should be flying if you if you're sick even James Von for crying out loud is my God. I'm like I'm so unhappy about that. That was you. Were not traveling. At least seeing James Bond like a month would have been called but no we don't even get get oil. You can't go. I mean people are not supposed to the movie theater anyway. That's what we're doing right now. Alex Social Distance. What exactly I don't know man. I I think I have a lot less apocalyptic view than this or more A. There's very little I can do about it. That's true however I think that's that's very true. I'm being mindful as not being panicky and I. I see people being panicky. I think that I mean we'll come to that. Actually know what planes it becoming the safest place for social distancing because they're at and the prices are dropping some of the. I mean I think what we see on. Social media is the extreme cases where there's four people on a flight to wherever it may be but the data is now emerging to that showing that these these flights are tanking. And you know now. These reports are coming out. That airlines are running virgin. Nba running empty flights. Just to keep the slots alive gump to that. Yeah Yeah it's not. I mean I think it was of all of the industries that could suffer the most initially. Who knows what the future holds travel and particularly airlines. We're going to be the ones that got hit

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Wasp Nests Help Date Aboriginal Art

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 1 year ago

Wasp Nests Help Date Aboriginal Art

"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred thousands of years ago in. What's now the Kimberley region of Western Australia? Aboriginal artists created elaborate. Rock paintings. Much of the artwork still exists today. If you're walking beside the rivers and creeks and Carbon Scotland to rock shelters there are thousands of rock thoughts University of Melbourne geochronologist. Damian finch the oldest paintings depict plants and animals but later works. Show human figures in ceremonial attire and ornate headdresses and then around the arms and the elbows and the knees decorations and sometimes I'll be holding a clutch of boomerangs and very often the very finely executed using loan and Elliott looking for strikes the human centered paintings represent. What's known as the GWEON style? How old the artwork is has remained a mystery however that's because the typical method for estimating the age of ancient objects radiocarbon dating relies on the presence of organic carbon but the artists used ochre pigments. That had no organic carbon. There is nothing organic that we can apply Cobb indicting too so the anything that we can do is look for stuff. That's either been constructed on top of or underneath the paintings. That's where mud wasps come in. The insects often incorporated organic matter into their nests which they built on the same rock faces where artists painted. The artists would sometimes paint right on top of old this finishing his colleagues were thus able to date the artwork by sampling. The remains of those nests. If it was I've at the top of the painting tells us the painting has to be older than that nist was underneath pine. The painting must be younger than age that we determined that nest and in that way we can help to build up an idea of when these bindings created the analysis revealed that most of the gweon style painting sampled were about twelve thousand years old so now we can place that in the context of all the other archaeological environmental information that we've got the Kimberley region at that time. The study in the journal Science advances. The results provide support for the hypothesis. That aboriginal artists may have switched from painting. Plants and animals depicting humans in ceremonial dress around twelve thousand years ago in response to the ecological changes in rapidly. Rising sea levels as the last ice age ended finches now working out the age of other styles of Aboriginal Rock Art with a little help from materials that ancient insects once called home. Thanks for listening. For Scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne

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Expedia Stock Jumps on Strong Earnings and Cost-Cutting Plan

CNBC's Fast Money

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Expedia Stock Jumps on Strong Earnings and Cost-Cutting Plan

"Brian. Here's the story while Expedia withheld its guidance. Due to the uncertainty around Corona Virus Expedient Chairman Barry diller expects double digit growth in twenty twenty. He's also targeting. A runway cost savings plan of three hundred to five hundred million dollars. Now remember this is expedient as I support car since the firing of CEO Mark ochre Strom and CFO Allen pickerel on December fourth. Both were forced to step down. By GE Chairman Barry Diller over differences in opinion over how the company should be run. Now on the call diller said for years we lost clarity and discipline. We're going to stop doing dumb things but expedia also warning that it's going to be a quote noisy year because of the corona virus outside the virus three key challenges the company's trying to tackle now in two thousand twenty one driving margin expansion to growing its marketshare in short term rentals. Airbnb readies its IPO and finding more strategic ways to compete with Google the stock as underperformed over the past one year. But you can see the stock shooting higher here in extended trait up ten point five

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Travel to Tainan, Taiwan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

10:41 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Tainan, Taiwan

"I'd like to welcome the show. Katie Liang who is come to us from Vancouver British Columbia. Come to talk to us about Tynan. In the country of Taiwan Katie is from photo spire D- Dot Com. She is a blogger there and we'll put a link to that in the show notes and now katy welcome to the show. Thanks for having amy. So what's your connection. I with Taiwan so I was actually born and raised in Taipei Taiwan which is the capital city of Taiwan. I moved to Canada when I was eleven years old. And I've been back and forth in between the two actually look in Taiwan for four years after graduating university and I just recently moved back to Vancouver have but I will go back to Taiwan again in the next few months or so you have two homes is really what you're telling us. Essentially I cannot sort of home because my family's here and my cats is here. I think spiritually I really really Miss Taiwan and I think I think that's where I really feel at home. Excellent will in. Why should someone go to this? Part of Taiwan. We've talked about Taiwan the show three times before I think this is an area we have dealt with. Why should we go to China so I want to talk about ten specifically because I really enjoy going in there so it can be the short weekend trip for me? But I've been there numerous times and each time so much to discover and I think the essence assists me about the warmth the people there and history and culture can find there and we're in the southern part of the island on the western coast of Taiwan so the opposite end of the airline pretty much from Taipei. I guess you could say that. It's about four hours drive from Taipei. But if you take the high speed rail it's only two and a half hours. What should we do in China? What itinerary recommend for US Tannen on is really about the street food so the first thing going to try is definitely to find some Thomas Breakfast so breakfast is essentially things psych? Mike Soya milk so if you find a place where they make fresh soya milk it can really taste of roast. You can also find things. I Chinese donuts and counting style armlet so those are really excellent. They don't want to donate is. I don't know what a Chinese style Avocados got pastry. And then the egg on top and you can flavor with sway sauce and I think they usually ask some corn or pork floss but it depends John. What can flavor you want? It's a really good start today because you have so many different things. Is there a particular region of the city street or or vendor. You would send us to for street food street. Food obviously changes sometime. Yeah so actually confined to bacchus everywhere throughout Ireland. Four China China is especially they have very unique. Take on breakfast so they like to eat. Things are really heavy for breakfast so you might find. Do things like Taro cake for breakfast or shrimp meatballs for breakfast. So those things are a bit more heavy but down really very flavorful. They really give you the energy for the rest of the day. We'll let me let me pin you down a little bit here so I arrived. Let's say by train high speed rail. I get out of the train station. Should I hit the very first vendor. I find or is there particular direction. I should head to find the best street food. So if you get up to high speed rail you won't be in town and city centres. It's actually. It's actually quite a drive from city centre so you can take a shuttle or hop on the regional train and get there here in maybe ten or so and since the descend to attend find much more options so once I've been city centre. They're we're all over the place. I would start my search the Tannen train station. So there's lots of streets and lots of street vendors there and I'm sure any one of them will be really good next okay so after breakfast you'll probably to explore a bit more so I recommend the streetcars Gosh Shannon's street. What's unique about the streets? It was once one of the busiest streets in China because of trade the town I used to be really famous canals and waterways. That was how people got around in days overtime. Dock became less popular and the street fell under repair now all the government has really revived it. And now it's become a cultural hub of so you can find this stroz cafes frosts and lots of things to do that's a good place to check out the street one more time Hsien no streets so it's spelled S. H. E. N. N. O. N. G. But one thing had to be careful of that has to have a lot of different crafts and handmade stuff there so most of the vendors don't want you to take photos yeah you you can take photos of the streets for not of the products are selling in. What kind of products am I going to see it? Sh- street very unique seven years. I I can take home because I find that if you go to a souvenir store general you find the same stuff. All throughout the island are Chanel. Street can find glow pouches. You can use for coins and there's also traditional closing got it. This is when you say street. This is more like an alley. Yeah exactly so if you look on Google maps is actually really short. Okay Yeah so is you are for you probably we're too. I think it's a good time to cool down because hands generally very warm authored a year. So you might want to go and in have some shaved ice and so one place. I recommend as Code Eugen. It's spelled Y O U C h e the N. G. so very famous for the mango shift is and that's usually during the summer months. That's when the mangoes are in season and the most suites and so you have to order the mango shaved ice. If you go there during the summer so it's better to order strawberries in the winter because that's when strawberries we saw in season then after chastise onto more food because this is really just food brings allow memories of place and I really liked to discover food cities to food. I find out fascinating because of that after that I recommend for land she can go to do south for the Dandy Noodle Noodle is also unique Tatan it's actually become uh-huh so famous that it's the number one search word fourteen. Okay Okay and so. There's a story behind it so it used used to be that fishermen in town then they would have a few months of rough season. Were unable to go out to see and so this guy who he wants to to survive over the few months so he started selling noodles at Temple Square and because he was carrying the noodles over like a shoulder pole as he named her Danzon. Nudo for that. You're sorry you by Chinese is not as good as here's the meaning of the word is Dan's I is our knees for the shoulder. Polls OCHRE got it. You'll find actually several locations for Danzon. You'd in China and all claim to be the original and I'm not quite sure which is actually the original but the one I went is actually actually the most humble looking I should say and this right across from chicken tower. which is the most famous landmark container? So it should be it'll find Quite easily and it's very good snack food for lunch or for any time of the day actually okay and you see ah the Tower Chicano Tower C H I H K an correct. Yeah so that brings onto the next eighteen points. It's of interest to check out the tower because it is mostly landmark in China and lots of stories and legends behind a plays You'll find out. There's nine turtle looking statues placed throughout the compound. Yeah they symbolize strength because they carried tower which is interesting. There's also this myth. That's there was like a tunnel dot com next tower to another nearby forts switch. I'll talk about later. There were used by the Dutch in earlier days. The two towers are connected to the Dutch so the Dutch they had a colony colony here in town trading city. Yes was one of the early years establishments in Taiwan and so the Dutch came around around sixteen hundreds and they built a fort called. Well we call it today on PM sports and then lead it. Also builds Chicano she can tower and a bunch of other landmarks and Tannen and so a lot of architecture. Here is really inspired by that area. Time not that. This tower looks Dutch. So yeah she kantar actually does now look Dutch because being through several changes and so now it looks more Chinese after that I would recommend checking out the other folks I was talking about. which is this is a bit on the outskirts of town? You'll likely get due to afford by the streets so the old St is another interesting place at checkout. Because has the many street vendors for drinks and snacks and dessert. You might find things like Tofu. Pudding desserts my find things like the voice Oyster omelets which is famous in Taiwan. The Ford has so much history. You can find a remains the original wall on account pound literally a wall right next to you this memorial hall. That explains the history behind a consider photos and can see the artifacts remaining take time

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The Monoliths of Lalibela

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

07:41 min | 1 year ago

The Monoliths of Lalibela

"Going to be discussing a particular of example of construction. That is really just as amazing as you know. Making all these giant blocks bringing them together and building the pyramid but This particular example is also going to buck the traditional steps that we've discussed here and we're going to be looking at century's old Christian temples in Ethiopia that were we're not built from blocks of stone that were quarried over here and then brought together and then assembled into a building. No these are free reese standing monolithic churches that are each hewn from the solid. Red Volcanic Goria under laid by dark gray a basalt standing tall in the quarries from which they were sculpted so basically these were hewn out of solid stone. The quarry becomes the courtyard. Yeah it's a building that is not built but released from the earth. subtractive manufacturing of Marvel's it it is. It is amazing. I was not familiar with these until just last week when I was looking around for an episode For us to do and I was initially thought. Oh why don't we do Petra the the ruins in Jordan you know with the where the architecture is built into the side of this this kind of like ravine a situation right if you think you've never seen these these rock hewn Buildings you probably have their featured for example in Indiana Jones and the last crusade the show up in several several movies pet petro specifically in this case right so so is the no. Petro would be a good Episode started looking roundabout indie Petras fascinating. Perhaps we'll come back back to it but then I I was just looking around at other. Examples of of buildings had been hewn from stone. And then these just really stood out as the prime prime example like the most extreme example of what you could do with subtractive manufacturing of an entire building to bill to construct a building by not even constructing it by just carving away at solid stone until it is there with no need for bricks or mortar or would or nails or any of this architecture. Protect sure as sculpture. Yeah so where will you find these will you will find them. In lally Bella Ethiopia Ethiopia is of course the nation in eastern in Africa and they stood there at least since the late twelfth century CE though probably get into some of the dating in greater detail later later but I just a few notes about Ethiopia. In general modern Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world and the second most populous African nation after Nigeria Copa is also considered one of only two African nations never to be subjected to Long Term European colonization position the other being Liberia and to be more specific it was it was never it was never call an is during the nineteenth century period where so much of Africa was though it was occupied by Italy of during the Second World War but not not long enough for there to be like true lasting cultural change because it still throughout its history. It certainly came into contact with foreign ideas and influences. And we'll be discussing a major one here today because because one of the things you noticed about Is that it's majority. Religion is the Ethiopian Orthodox Taylor Hato church what's known as an Oriental Orthodox Christian church and it dates back many centuries. There's also a sizable Islamic population in Ethiopia followed in popularity by Protestants traditional faiths Catholicism and Judaism. Now of course there are other fascinating things about Ethiopia's well for instance. Ethiopian cuisine has certainly traveled well around the world. I think thing is widely believed to be the origin. Place of coffee is coffee and Okra is well. I was I chatted with Anne of our fellow. PODCAST here in the Atlanta offices saver and I said Hey. Have you guys done anything. I need the OPN cuisine because we could mention on the podcast and they said that had not yet though they both love the food but they have done an episode Okra and they've done an episode on coffee that get into those origins and say those are two of my favorite plant based foods. Are you an ochre fan or would you one of those people who thinks that slimy. Oh I love Okra and I love it because it is slimy especially in Gumbo. Does it acts as a thickening agent so I I want there to be Okra present in media dish buses great. It's great fried. It's great escape pickled Yeah I'm an Okra Fan for sure. Okay we're on the same page. I like all those ways to. I also really like Okra in Indian food. Yeah it goes really good with Indian spices who I had it in Indian food before but maybe not recently enough for it to really struck a chord. I'll have to seek it out. There is a restaurant here in town. That made a really amazing curried Okra and then then they went out of business. All right well. Let's talk in greater detail tale about Ethiopian Christianity. Then because since we're focusing in on Old Christian temples that were carved out of the ground in Ethiopia. We should in describe how Christianity came to East Africa. Sure So I was looking at a scientific paper that will make a brief reference to later in the episode and the authors of this paper Ethiopian scientists AGFA Wilson S Rot. And you did. 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I just had no idea just how imported the monastic tradition was for just Ethiopian. Culture General. Yeah Yeah so highly writes that Due to the proximity of Ethiopia to the Middle East some Christianity entity probably began to spread their organically as soon as the religion was founded but highly also claims that Ethiopian Christianity is a form of the religion. That's it's kind of uniquely shaped by monks and monastic influences. So what exactly would that mean well. Monasticism is the tradition we associate with with monks and nuns. It's the strain of faith that calls for a radical lifestyle of religious devotion often including things like vows of poverty or vows of chastity or vows of silence or fasting General seclusion from secular life. 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The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

The Big Picture

07:03 min | 1 year ago

The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and and this is the big picture. A conversation show about the Academy Awards. They're here. Amanda the Ninety Second Oscar. Nominations have arrived. How are you feeling bright and early on this Monday morning he I do love it? I don't I don't love being here this early. I was saying to you before before we started recording and it just felt like a disclosure before we get into this podcast. My outlook at this hour of the morning is never the best. WE'RE ARE GONNA be flying fast and loose. That's what happens when you record it seven thirty in the morning. We're going to do our best to not make any mistakes. Some mistakes were made by the academy however will be talking about some of them the snubs the surprises houses. Some of the Nice things that happened with the nominations this morning. It's it'll be a robust conversation about what will be happening on February ninth the Academy Awards. Yeah there are some good do things absolutely absolutely some baffling things. Where do you WANNA start? We start with the big picture. Big Picture let's do it okay. Problem in the big picture do you. Yeah I mean maybe we'll start with the most honored movies that seems like the safest place to start first and foremost first and foremost the joker comes to us with eleven nominations now. Were you surprised now. I wasn't either. Let me tell you something about joker people in the academy love. I love that movie actors. They love it directors. We learned clearly. They love it craftspeople. They love it. Composers there in up and down the board and you've only got one acting nomination for this for walking Phoenix. So you can see how it's it's diversely. Spread across the entire voting body any significant takeaways from joker being the leading vote getter so to speak in this in this race. I didn't expect it to be the leading nomination. I think I expected that to go in nineteen seventeen which is a little bit recency bias and also just because I expected nineteen seventeen to grab every single technical nomination because that's it is Zayd technically accomplished movie so joker winning denominations thing is not what you want it is. It certainly changes the narrative. Maybe I mean it'll change what we talk about this morning. I don't know how much it changes the results on the on Oscar night. It's interesting. How as you prepared to speak about joker you pulled your hair back to a pony tail resignedly? I people know what I think about best and I want to stay right here and right now. It ain't going to change. I think that this is an intellectually bankrupt movie. I think it is the emperor's new clothes. I think that anyone and who thinks that this movie is better than parasite or once upon a time in Hollywood or little women are uncut gems has bad taste and doesn't know things about movies straight up and we can do that for for five weeks or we cannot. I'm at I don't really have the energy to do it for that long. Yeah I don't think that that's I don't think we'll be negotiating that until the movie potentially wins Best Picture which you know not always as the most nominated film the likely best picture winner but sometimes it does happen. Tends to happen with noisy movies. Like Lord of the Rings the return it at King Joker ochre is kind of a noisy movie. This is a billion dollar movie and having this many nominations having this kind of box office having this kind of awareness and having this kind of admiration from from the screen actors is. That's a pretty significant thing. So if we saw a joke best picture win on February ninth. I wouldn't be shocked. I don't know if that's what I'm ready ready to predict at this point but I wouldn't be shocked. I neither and in a lot of ways. It makes a huge amount of sense in terms of the academy has refused to WHO ACKNOWLEDGE COMIC book movies or Superhero Movies for years the academy has been trying to update itself to chew reward new types of movies too like to be current to be younger and that the end of the day the score says he caused play. Look it's tiny. Batman man movie winning Best Picture would be academy esque thing to do. It's true and it would be one year after Black Panther which sort of ushered in a lot of these conversations. What else has been honored here once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite the Irishman? You've mentioned those ten nominations for each movie. I don't think a huge surprise there for once upon a time in the Irish Ryan parasite is excuse me once upon a time in the Irishman ten as nineteen seventeen. Let's just talk about those first four gets parasite and I think that is. This is kind of standard operating procedure seizure. What we've got here is three people who made films who have been hugely recognized in the past Quentin Tarantino? Martin Scorsese Mendis as you said the reasons he buys of nineteen seventeen creeping innocent all weekend thinking nineteen seventeen the presumptive frontrunner for best picture. I don't know if I still feel that way right now. A couple of little chinks in the armor that will take a look at identify whether or not that's still the case any big time takeaways from the ten NAM's for all three of those movies are taking things for granted I am. I know that I'm taking granted. It's fantastic once upon a time in Hollywood got ten nominations. It's fantastic. They got ten movies. Nineteen seventeen very impressive movie. We're GONNA talk more about it later this week. It is less surprising that got ten nominations. You know I I saw someone on twitter describing this as a real like wars and cars years which every year at the academy is that you know the nineteen seventeen is the war part of that but very well made movie I it. So that's good. We shouldn't immediately jumped to all of the griping even though I certainly have and the reason I did that is because Joe got eleven nominations and I really don't WanNa talk about it this early in the morning but there are a great films that are being recognized there are among them is also parasite and little women both of which pulled in six nominations. Yes which is interesting. I am not surprised by either of those things but it is. It is a credible accomplishment. And I think a Lotta people on any kind of film. Twitter sense are frustrated by some of the joker recognition ignition but parasite getting six Oscar. Nominations is insane it is. There is no precedent in ninety one consecutive Oscar categories or excuse me ninety one consecutive Oscars for something like this happening so I take some solace in parasites success. So far I live is my favorite film of the year or was it. Yeah I think I put it at number one very early. It's definitely up there and put it on my decade. Let's no this is an amazing film and like and Bongino hoping direct nominated for best director. That's very exciting. And you are completely right that it was it has become such a quote lock or we we we were so sure of it that we are not like Kinda rejoicing especially in the parasite of it. All little women is the same way. There are a a couple notable omissions in the little women. Nominations that maybe put a sleigh damper on it which we will talk more about but you know it did get nominated for best picture. Sure thank the Lord. I thought that was the one where I was. Just GonNa not show up this morning.

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The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

The Big Picture

10:16 min | 1 year ago

The Snubs and Surprises of the 92nd Academy Award Nominations

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and and this is the big picture. A conversation show about the Academy Awards. They're here. Amanda the Ninety Second Oscar. Nominations have arrived. How are you feeling bright and early on this Monday morning he I do love it? I don't I don't love being here this early. I was saying to you before before we started recording and it just felt like a disclosure before we get into this podcast. My outlook at this hour of the morning is never the best. WE'RE ARE GONNA be flying fast and loose. That's what happens when you record it seven thirty in the morning. We're going to do our best to not make any mistakes. Some mistakes were made by the academy however will be talking about some of them the snubs the surprises houses. Some of the Nice things that happened with the nominations this morning. It's it'll be a robust conversation about what will be happening on February ninth the Academy Awards. Yeah there are some good do things absolutely absolutely some baffling things. Where do you WANNA start? We start with the big picture. Big Picture let's do it okay. Problem in the big picture do you. Yeah I mean maybe we'll start with the most honored movies that seems like the safest place to start first and foremost first and foremost the joker comes to us with eleven nominations now. Were you surprised now. I wasn't either. Let me tell you something about joker people in the academy love. I love that movie actors. They love it directors. We learned clearly. They love it craftspeople. They love it. Composers there in up and down the board and you've only got one acting nomination for this for walking Phoenix. So you can see how it's it's diversely. Spread across the entire voting body any significant takeaways from joker being the leading vote getter so to speak in this in this race. I didn't expect it to be the leading nomination. I think I expected that to go in nineteen seventeen which is a little bit recency bias and also just because I expected nineteen seventeen to grab every single technical nomination because that's it is Zayd technically accomplished movie so joker winning denominations thing is not what you want it is. It certainly changes the narrative. Maybe I mean it'll change what we talk about this morning. I don't know how much it changes the results on the on Oscar night. It's interesting. How as you prepared to speak about joker you pulled your hair back to a pony tail resignedly? I people know what I think about best and I want to stay right here and right now. It ain't going to change. I think that this is an intellectually bankrupt movie. I think it is the emperor's new clothes. I think that anyone and who thinks that this movie is better than parasite or once upon a time in Hollywood or little women are uncut gems has bad taste and doesn't know things about movies straight up and we can do that for for five weeks or we cannot. I'm at I don't really have the energy to do it for that long. Yeah I don't think that that's I don't think we'll be negotiating that until the movie potentially wins Best Picture which you know not always as the most nominated film the likely best picture winner but sometimes it does happen. Tends to happen with noisy movies. Like Lord of the Rings the return it at King Joker ochre is kind of a noisy movie. This is a billion dollar movie and having this many nominations having this kind of box office having this kind of awareness and having this kind of admiration from from the screen actors is. That's a pretty significant thing. So if we saw a joke best picture win on February ninth. I wouldn't be shocked. I don't know if that's what I'm ready ready to predict at this point but I wouldn't be shocked. I neither and in a lot of ways. It makes a huge amount of sense in terms of the academy has refused to WHO ACKNOWLEDGE COMIC book movies or Superhero Movies for years the academy has been trying to update itself to chew reward new types of movies too like to be current to be younger and that the end of the day the score says he caused play. Look it's tiny. Batman man movie winning Best Picture would be academy esque thing to do. It's true and it would be one year after Black Panther which sort of ushered in a lot of these conversations. What else has been honored here once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite the Irishman? You've mentioned those ten nominations for each movie. I don't think a huge surprise there for once upon a time in the Irish Ryan parasite is excuse me once upon a time in the Irishman ten as nineteen seventeen. Let's just talk about those first four gets parasite and I think that is. This is kind of standard operating procedure seizure. What we've got here is three people who made films who have been hugely recognized in the past Quentin Tarantino? Martin Scorsese Mendis as you said the reasons he buys of nineteen seventeen creeping innocent all weekend thinking nineteen seventeen the presumptive frontrunner for best picture. I don't know if I still feel that way right now. A couple of little chinks in the armor that will take a look at identify whether or not that's still the case any big time takeaways from the ten NAM's for all three of those movies are taking things for granted I am. I know that I'm taking granted. It's fantastic once upon a time in Hollywood got ten nominations. It's fantastic. They got ten movies. Nineteen seventeen very impressive movie. We're GONNA talk more about it later this week. It is less surprising that got ten nominations. You know I I saw someone on twitter describing this as a real like wars and cars years which every year at the academy is that you know the nineteen seventeen is the war part of that but very well made movie I it. So that's good. We shouldn't immediately jumped to all of the griping even though I certainly have and the reason I did that is because Joe got eleven nominations and I really don't WanNa talk about it this early in the morning but there are a great films that are being recognized there are among them is also parasite and little women both of which pulled in six nominations. Yes which is interesting. I am not surprised by either of those things but it is. It is a credible accomplishment. And I think a Lotta people on any kind of film. Twitter sense are frustrated by some of the joker recognition ignition but parasite getting six Oscar. Nominations is insane it is. There is no precedent in ninety one consecutive Oscar categories or excuse me ninety one consecutive Oscars for something like this happening so I take some solace in parasites success. So far I live is my favorite film of the year or was it. Yeah I think I put it at number one very early. It's definitely up there and put it on my decade. Let's no this is an amazing film and like and Bongino hoping direct nominated for best director. That's very exciting. And you are completely right that it was it has become such a quote lock or we we we were so sure of it that we are not like Kinda rejoicing especially in the parasite of it. All little women is the same way. There are a a couple notable omissions in the little women. Nominations that maybe put a sleigh damper on it which we will talk more about but you know it did get nominated for best picture. Sure thank the Lord. I thought that was the one where I was. Just GonNa not show up this morning. Yes so there's something interesting about the parasite. Nominations to be one is that the film was recognized in both best editing and best production design. which are you know? Chris categories and on the one hand that's kind of impressive and shows a broad sense of support amongst the academy. No acting nominations for the movie though. Oh No song-ho none of the other actors in the film were recognized. There's a maybe a case to be made that this is a kind of acknowledgement of like a film mastery mastery but maybe not the same kind of Hollywood is star mastery. That movie like the Irishman or once upon a time in Hollywood receives. I'm not sure where I fall on that. I think it does feel like progress to me to some extent the little women thing you make a fair point which is that on the one hand brilliantly made movie with wonderful performances. It's great that it's nominated for best picture as well. The absence of Greta Gerwig In the best director category something. We'll talk about a little bit more here on kind of what that means. It's kind of dangerous to draw mega conclusions from the Academy Awards. There's only eight thousand people in this group and a lot of them are old and weird so you can't we don't this is even though. This is the sort of the definitive document of movie history story in terms of achievement. It is one of the wonkfest award recognizing bodies in the in the world Academy President David Rubin noted that what makes makes this special is that this is the people who make movies voting on. What is the best movies? And that's part of what makes the ostrich great that's part of what makes them kind of terrible is because there's an insularity into some of this. The parasite recognition is something that makes me think. Maybe this isn't such an insular body anymore. Maybe there are a lot of international voters. Maybe this is changing changing. Maybe the the way that we look at international movies changing in our American culture. I think that's certainly true. And I and I do think that the economy trying to change itself and how we talked about the movies has evolved enough that we were starting in a place where we expected parasite to be nominated expected. Little women to be nominated we were talking about whether uncut cut gems would make an end and the fact that. We're all kind of bummed out about the fact that uncut gems got snubbed. which it your? Maybe you're not supposed to use the word snob in that context. But let's use it always it got snuck. Uncut gems was snubbed and that I think that that in does indicate some some progress wrestle. Change some different lineup than we would have had five years ago and a different approach to the movies on the flip side we can. We can only only addressed the world that we live in. And I do feel because we've been having these conversations for awhile and because it was such an exciting year in a year that has parasite parasite the Irishman once upon a time in Hollywood uncut gems. Little women the farewell. What am I forgetting? I mean all kinds of movie. Sure but you know all vendors and games okay shirt KAZAM. Great Active Pika Chew. Well that was this does I can't help but feel that. This is a disappointing configuration of of that list of movies. It's not totally disappointing. But there is something of. We got our hopes up enough. They are kind of like. Oh yeah this is still the academy. And they're still going to be a lots of nominations for the more traditional types of movies

Two authors awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature following last year's scandal

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07:08 min | 2 years ago

Two authors awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature following last year's scandal

"This morning in Stockholm the Swedish Academy had two Nobel Prizes for literature to hand out last year's event had to be nixed after a scandal so they had some catching on to do today's announcement was formal but if you listen carefully there were signs that the two thousand eighteen winter is a woman who's shaking things up the Nobel Prize in literature for Twenty eighteen is awarded to the Polish author all got so catastrophic for a narrative imagination that with encyclopedic expression represents the crossing boundaries as a form of life the Swedish Academy celebrated Olga Takhar check this morning but boundary crossing isn't a simple thing amidst the right wing nationalism that dominates Poland right now Jennifer Croft is the translator of Olga Cartridge men ochre international prize winning novel flights reached Ms Croft in Los Angeles Jennifer describe for us the moment that you got the news well I actually had been expecting the news for a few years now and I predicted this year couple of days ago on Social Media and yet when I saw my phone going crazy at four o'clock in the morning may time I knew what had happened on that up crying and just racing around the house terrifying my cats not yet forgiven me many hours later Love being in the spotlight so I'm sure she'll need twenty four hours so set a process what is happening she had a very brief response when they colder she says I'm yeah that she was surprised and she cannot find the right words which seems strange a writer like her yeah I mean it wasn't in her native language so I guess Louis impacts it a little bit what do you think finally led them to choose her for the Nobel Prize you know I think it is high time but also the perfect time because her her very independent minded work has to chase it's own arc but gradually come to intersect with a lot of contemporary concerns on the Western world she of course that seminar stunned an environmentalists and lately she's been thinking a lot about crossing all kinds of boundaries the gender boundaries than borders national borders her most recent novel the books of Jacob is all about converting Russians from one face to another translations from one language to another and refugees of all different sorts in the eighteenth century so I just think that an enforce the quality of customer named so excellent throughout her thirty year career I just think that now is is really a great time to reward that until bring more readers to her many wonderful books she did say she was pleased just that the award went to someone from Central Europe and given the struggles that Poland and other countries in the region are having with nationalism and and with with ultra-conservatism this was a time when they needed to get that kind of recognition what does she up against what is what is she up against in terms of Polish conservatives and their reactions to her writing the book that I mentioned the Book of Jacob when it came out in twenty fourteen than instant bestseller color but when it went Poland's highest literary price in Twenty fifteen it launched a whole controversy with lots of trolls calling for her to be deported making Rape Trout's credible death threats all because she was encouraging pulse to rethink historian to remember that in fact Poland was once a very diverse place that included many languages many faiths many leads raises many tribes and people were really uncomfortable with that notion because there's been a lot of effort in recent years to sort of fashion perfect she wore a Polish nece against this perceived onslaught of now refugees but also immigrants and just kind of like an opening up of the boarder than and who knows what would happen in how police may be diluted and Chris Poland has a very complicated history and has been wiped off the face of of the global map for very long periods of time so there's an understandable defensiveness that nonetheless `as extremely alarming to anyone who cares about human rights for example our non polls have a great deal love interest in her don't they which is was only possible once she had been translated you translated flights and working on another one but how you had to convince your publisher to let you do that translation right well and I translated quite a bit of the book so I was able to get samples of her beautiful lyrical prose and to show her incredibly nuanced psychological precision she of course trained as psychologists and also the reader as she reads along as one may look up at the night sky connect the dots between the stars to make a pattern constellation and that's doing something that looks unusual and not necessarily commercially viable although it turned out to sell perfectly love how do you feel about the fact that you of course yes many translators into many languages but Antonio Lloyd Johnson Space in your case also has also been working very long very hard to get her English agreable just completely overwhelmed today were just so moved by this so proud of her and so thrilled

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"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

Empty Frames

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

"So the anniversary of the of the theft is coming up. You folks have anything planned for that. Well, we're heading a big thanksgiving. I think some of the museum staff is coming. They were all invited, but most headlands already, we actually may have a celebrity guest, who we who met while just tell you, well, you don't have to beat around the Bush, we'll come celebrity guests. What are the perks that happen? One day, I was in the store and this woman walks in, and she is dressed really kind of southern California rodeo drive kind of looking which, which is unusual in silver city. And it turns out that it's the Erin Brockovich. Okay. Wow. What the actual lawyer or Julia Roberts now the, the actual the actual actual. That's cooler that Julia Roberts. I think so too. So turns out her sister, lives here in silver city. And she wanted to come in meet us talk to us about the painting. So anyway, her sister, and brother-in-law our friends of ours. We didn't know that Julia or that Erin Brockovich was her sister, though. Soda with others pretty cool. So we've invited them for thanksgiving and she said she asked if Aaron could come to thanksgiving, so we may have Erin Brockovich or or the anniversary of the thing. But we do have there's a, a student movie student film crew, that's coming up for thanksgiving. They're gonna film us having thanksgiving and talked to some about the painting on the anniversary of, and we may have some of the some of the museum, people might be we just we just don't know yet, for sure. But if they're watching, and they hear that Erin Brockovich is coming. They may change their plan to join us. Can you please during thanksgiving? Please pose like Jerry and Rita posed in that picture. Absolutely got a grace for you. We gotta get buck a wig. For, for the anniversary of the return of the painting, the university of Arizona, actually the museum rather than celebrating it at the university wanted to give some love back to silver city. So they came all the way here with some members of the foundation to have a big party. So we hosted the party at our house in one of our was our state Representative Rebecca Dow, and as a host gift, she brought me and I thought it was the most clever thing in the world that pitcher that you were holding up a little bit ago of Jerry Rita. She she presented me with this box. I'm also an actor and I work out of Albuquerque. And what have you. But yeah. So that pitcher you're holding there. She brought me that wardrobe. Yep. I'm bald. So she, she said, you have to work on the web yourself, but you're ready to play the role of Jerry alter in the in the making of this film. So any screenwriters out there contact us. It's incredible. That's incredible. Have you been? Have you been approached about the rights or anything? No, no, no. We haven't, we've had a couple people talk to about it. There's, there's a, a woman in New York, that's writing a book, and she threw out and spent a week out here talking to us. But there's been. Kind of distant rumbles of somebody wanting to do you know some kind of movie or screenplay or you know, or something. But nothing really concrete telling you Julia Roberts could play Rita. That's, that's what we said. You know, it's man's Anita rich furniture and antiques. And that is in silver city. Beautiful silver City New Mexico..

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"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

Empty Frames

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

"He's, he's telling me that. We don't have to give the painting back, because it hasn't been determined that it's the real thing yet, we will hire our own experts. And he said, I'm going to get you guys lots of money for this, and it just pissed me off. So I told him no we're giving the painting back, he basically called me stupid. You know, and said you don't understand. You don't understand you're being emotional. You don't understand you have certain rights to this. We just have to find out what those rights are, and he said, but no matter what I guarantee you the state of Arizona will gladly give you a million dollars just to keep this out of the court system. And I forget, what I called him, and I called him something hung up. Phone sounds like a parasite. He's I still have his number in my phone because I didn't catch his number. So I didn't lose it. I typed an ambulance chaser. Exactly what was so I, I went back to our acquaintance, the attorney. And he turns out, he was the one who called this guy. I told him that the Bank was willing to take the painting now. And he said, oh, no, no, no. I finally got a hold of the university, and they don't want us to move it. They want it left right here, and I thought, well, that's kind of odd. You know you don't have. Fire suppression system. You don't have a vault. I would think they would want it move. You know, a quarter of a mile to secure location. But okay, if that's university, says which turns out to not be true that he lied to me about that. Oh my God. That's when the lies started while so throughout the day, I didn't know what was going on with his conversation with university, but he was representing himself as our attorney to south zone on his own. Oh man. Just yeah. We never hired anyone know. So anyway, what finally happens is the ambulance chaser, from Albuquerque. Calls me three or four more times. I get so frustrated that I call Libya, the curator of the museum who is not returning my phone calls, and I left her voice mail where I was freaking out. And I told her look, I am being bombarded by people who want us to keep this painting from you. They want us to hold it for ransom. They don't want to turn it over to you. I'm telling you right now on a recording that we are giving this painting back, we want zero dollars for it. We don't. A reward. We don't want sci-fi. We just want to give it back. Please have the university's lawyers commie or call me back and I hung up the phone and within two minutes. She called me back. Now we didn't know what was going on their end. Of course, you know, they had a war room going on there. And we didn't know that they were being told much talk to us by the FBI. But when Olympia got that message she went in and she played it for them and they said, oh, yeah. You need to call him back. Why would the FBI say, don't like, of course, you're going to be going out of your mind? What's the strategy there? I think what it is. People didn't see some people still don't understand that. We just wanted to give back. Yeah. What was happening with the FBI, which we now know we've now heard both ends the main FBI agent, basically, what she said was when we made the first phone call was. Yeah. These guys wanna give it back now. But, you know after a few hours when they realize they've got a hundred million dollar painting. They may take off they may, you know, skip ship out of New Mexico. They may hide it. They may destroy it. You don't know. Yeah. You may just like like flash it to, to someone at the airport, and you just use take a private plane for free, right? So they're their recommendation, of course, was for the museum to have no contact with us until this final thing when I told him that lawyers were bombarding us, and they figured, maybe it was a good idea. But that's when they decided they were gonna come over that day there were getting ready to leave right then and, and then it got worse. Oh man. Oh, yeah. So I called the attorney and I said the museum is coming over to pick the painting up, and he said, well, I'm having my brother and sister in law over for a barbecue. You know as long as they don't mind that kind of thing. So I went home to quick shower. I drove to the attorneys house, and walk in on about fourteen people. And. It, it was interesting. He had me tell everybody the story. So I told him the story said the museums come in to pick it up. Well, then it got even weirder. I get a text from Libya, saying something about 'cause she's basically she's texting me where they are on their way over. And so I get this phone call from her saying, you know, the that the law enforcement is coming just to escort us. Right. And I said, yeah, fine with that said, okay. Because I understand that they're not welcome there. And I thought, what what and then then the next thing I get seconds later is, but calls me because I'm down the street at a friend's house, and he said, you need to get back here. The lawyer is saying that the he's not going to allow law enforcement onto his property, and I'm thinking okay as soon as I hang up with him. Phone rings again, in its third partner, Rick and he said, they're planning on keeping the painting and making the university, give them money. And so I immediately went back to the attorney's office. Walk into one of the one of the guests that was there from our local university. And he looked at me with his big smile and said, guess what? We're not giving the Pani back. We're going to get the university of Arizona gave us fifty thousand dollars towards a new art wing for our university here. And I looked at him. I said, who in the hell are we? And I said, that's my painting. I'm the legal owner of it now. And I'm running this rodeo, and I said where is he meaning the attorney? And so he said, he's in his office, so bucket, I went into his office, and I said, what is this? What is this, that I hear that you're not allowing the police here and law enforcement he civilized just don't feel comfortable with them coming and you need to rethink this. I don't think we should get the painting back. You need to think about it, and I said, no, we're giving it back and he just kept going on. So Finally, I stood up and I said, where is it? And he didn't answer me. So I walked to the conference room where it had been before, and the door was locked time to kick down a door. I looked at him. And I said, you've got about thirty seconds unlock the store, and I'm kick or I'm kicking it in. So he's like, no, no, no, no, no. Sit down sit down. We've gotta talk about this. So we sit back down, and he starts going giving me all of these reasons not to get the painting back. You know, and things like he would say, how are you gonna feel the museum takes his painting? And then they sell it for a hundred million dollars. How are you gonna feel then? The same way I feel now it wasn't art stolen. What does that matter? So he goes on for about another fifteen minutes. So said, okay, that's it. You need to answer me is a law enforcement welcome here or not. He said, no. And I said, okay, give me my painting. And he said, no, so I walked towards the right said, okay, I'm kicking the door in and we got right to the point of me actually getting my foot up to kick the door in before he finally agreed job in the door. And I said, I'm taking the painting and we'll, we'll take it across the street to a friend's real estate office, and we'll just cut you out of this whole thing. And so he said, no, no, no. I'll go ahead and let the law enforcement come. So after a few more words being exchanged, I finally said him, okay. You sit your ass here in your chair, when the museum gets here, I'll bring them into talk to you, and I'll introduce you and write about. Almost exactly when that sentence ended they showed up the, the museum little did. I know that we were being listened to by the FBI. Wow. Yes. How did that happen? They bugged up what we didn't know it. But the FBI had been in town all day and his place was surrounded. There were five cars five SUV's around his office, and they had been there for hours. They were either listening in through our phones, or they had, you know, I like to picture one of those big bubble you know, but, but when we've heard the whole story now they said, they ended up telling us that it was this argument that I was having with lawyer. And when I was screaming at him and telling him that, you know, the paintings going back pain is going back, that's when they called the museum people who had been in silver city for about an hour, driving around and said. Are on your side. You guys can go pick up the painting now. So that's why they right at the end. Wow. I've never been more jealous of the story. A little bit more to it than that, but that's the gist of it. That is an amazing story. I have I have several questions. So what how did it? How did it go down with the, the museum comes in, and what was the reaction when they first saw the painting? For the first time. The party was still going on. So when the museum arrived, and we were told it to museum was there, David, and I went to the front door and walked out, and I immediately walked up to Nathan Sexton who had come with Livia and I opened my arms, and I gave him a big hug, 'cause I wanted them to know that they were very welcome. And he just kind of looked at me. Very strangely. I said, do you wanna see her? And he said, oh, yeah. And I turned to Libya, I gave you a big hug, and we walk them in, and they came in walks through the party. It was very awkward because all these people's eyes were on them. And we let Olympia, I to the door of the conference room in she walked in and the painting was leaning up on the floor and Olympia, walk to the front of it. Nathan was immediately behind her. And I walked around the conference table with my video by video camera, recording her reaction, and Lydia fell to the floor underneath. And she started the painting for a second. And the only way, I can describe it was there was this moment that she looked up looked right into my camera and she was weeping, but it wasn't like just single tears like water was running out of her eyes, and she looked at me. And she said holy ethin- balls. That's why can't Rex lead her. Is that what you're gonna say or something that matter, she says, not my official statement? And we all last that broke some of the seriousness of the what was happening at this point, all the museum staff, had come in law enforcement was out the door and the party all the members of the party were watching recording quite honestly, we were all at that point, just, I know I was crying, because an emotional moment, it was, it was very, very careful. The room was electric. So we sat in there with Libya, and Nathan just staring at the painting and pointing at little things, and, you know, they weren't able at that time to say, yes, this is it officially. Yeah. So, yeah, so that that's how it ended it. Continued hours more one of the things that we, we didn't know is for all of these for the thirty two years at the painting was missing. I'm sure your listeners probably know the painting was actually cut from the frame during open hours of the museum. Yes. Both for the last thirty two years, the museum has kept the frame, and the remnants of the painting, that, that it was cut from while they brought that to silver city with them. And so we didn't know that. So they brought it in..

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"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

Empty Frames

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Empty Frames

"We own a furniture store, and we deal, a decorative items deal in art and antiques, as well. And we received a phone call from the nephew of the owners of the home that had recently passed away, and he called us from Houston, Texas. And asked if we would go out and take a look in and purchase the contents of the home. Okay. And don't be shy. What's the name of your furniture store? We are engineered orig- furniture antiques. Very good very. And is that something that happens a lot? You guys purchase estate sale type yet. Yeah. We do it. We used to do it really regularly. Now we just do it here in there. We actually tried to refer this state to somebody else who was tied up. So we ended up taking it kind of So, so he called you the nephew of the altars called you is at something that normally happens, you get called about these estates or is that I find out about them yet, we get calls from family members or real estate agents, one of the chip. Yeah. Okay. And so, when you tried to turn this over was that during that phone call or you called some kind of colleague after that call. I actually called a colleague after the phone call. She. Really wasn't interested in it. And then when I called mister Roseman back, he just he said, he just didn't he didn't wanna have an estate sale or anything like that. He just wanted us to go and just take everything at it kind of intrigued me. Because he, he said the home was full of some really high end mid century, modern furniture which turned out to be not quite true. It was it was mid century. But it wasn't really high end. But, but that's what finally got me to do. It was, you know, I thought it was going to be some really, really good stuff. Okay. So we got the, the call that puts you at the estate, you're, you're going through all of the material and you see this painting. That's that's it's not so much. It's you could say it was hidden. It was behind a door in the bathroom, right? Like on the wall behind the door. There was actually hung behind the master bedroom door, gastric Gastric Pittsburgh. pittsburgh. Yes. Or so. If the if the door was open, you would never see the painting. Okay. That's interesting. And you saw it and your first impression of this was I actually I, I kind of accidentally we normally wouldn't have shut the door. But the way the furniture was positioned. There was a dresser that had a piece of it removed and setting so the bedroom door was touching it. So I had to move the close the bedroom door to to get that piece out. And so I was down on my knees. And I looked up I saw the painting and my instant first impression was it was a print and yeah. And then as I stood up. I could see the kind of waves in the canvas in the cracks in the paint. And that's when I realized that it was a real painting. And I kinda liked it. I didn't love it, but I kinda liked it. And buck was in the room across the hall inventory, that stuff in so I called him and said, come take a look at this, if you like it. And he said, yeah, I do. And so I said, okay. Great. We'll take it home, and that was it. You know, we didn't think anything more about it for the next day. Did you pay for it there or how does how does that work? We actually we inventoried everything we came home. Totaled. Totally estate out. I called Mr. Roseman with my offer, and he said, great. And we dropped check in the mail and went back out up stuff. Okay. So you bring it back to your furniture store, and you put it on display for the public to see for, for to, to sell it. I brought it in out of the truck, it was actually packed on top of some African spears and, and that kind of stuff that the room that I was actually Montoya was full of African art, Artan antiquities have us than soup eyebrow. The painting in leaned it up against one of the beams in the store, just to bring it in. Yeah. Just get out of the way, first customer through the door was a gentleman who had, I guess, all the, the woman series by declining in New York. I believe. So when he walked in, he recognized the style and said you down in front of the painting. I was at his shoulder, he went to scratch the painting in a scratch it a little bit. And he said, is this real? And I grabbed his wrist, and I said, if it is, I'd prefer. In our line of business. We get a lot of prints, and a lot of what I call touch prints. So that's actually what I thought it was. I never in my mind thought I would have an original. So he came in he did that. And he assured us that we needed to do a little bit more research on it. And I told him. Yeah. We will. We have a whole estate to move in, and we'll get to it. Yeah. We just blew it up. We really didn't take him serious. That's that's how it started. So at this point us you'd like you said, you didn't really take it that serious. It was not on your radar as something that you just recovered that had been stolen. Right. Those nothing that was giving you red flag about it. We had no idea what we have. And I think that's something that I would love to stress in this. When we even purchased the contents of the estate, we had no idea. Yeah. It was it was a little old lady in a little old man, you know in their in their eighties. Who would you know, we certainly wouldn't think they were international art Dev's of, in a small little town of two hundred in the middle of nowhere hanging, there, their prize treasure buying their bedroom to are gonna say, one of my one of my favorite things about the story aside, from the fact that we can laugh about it, because it's been returned is the pictures of Jerry and Rita alter. This picture of them, that is that's just been circulating the day before they. Before they did the heist. It's thanksgiving and they're getting and they like you. They just look so normal really happy. They look happy any at grandma's table. You know with the kids and the nieces and nephews. And yeah. I mean his shirt is buttoned all the way up. Yeah. Completely top. Yep. Yep. They haven't even drunk a sip yet. It's too much. It's too much you can't write this. Yeah. No, so, so what happened next few minutes later, another customer comes in. And she looks at it, and she said, I think this is real. And of course, we chuckled. And she said, you guys really need to research this, you know. And of course, we're still thinking. Yeah. Right as we hear this all the time with stuff. You know, we've done this for thirty so people are always telling us, we've found treasures while then over the course of the next few hours, the first gentleman came back several times and wanting to know if we've found out, yet, because he wanted to buy it, and I'd say, no, I haven't had a chance, he, he would say, well, look it up because I'm serious. I wanna buy it. I, I have people who will Ford may the money. I believe it's real. And he said it could be worth a couple hundred thousand or couple million. He said, but you really need to find out. And so now we're kind of in, but then when the third person came in and basically did the same thing she was very excited. She photograph the painting and said it, you know that she was going to go home and see what she could find out about that time. We thought maybe there might be something to this. And that's when bucked the painting and locked it in our bathroom, that's where I got the bathroom. I remember reading something about the yeah, I completed those details, you got silver city is it's pretty small, and we everybody knows everybody here. So the rumor mill immediately went rampant through town. So we had all these people coming in looking for this possible. Real, declining painting, the only door in our store that locks is the bathroom guy. So I wrapped in packing blanket and locked it in the bathroom just and then people have no idea what you're talking about. Oh, wow. Where in the bathroom like like under under the Sankar was that against the wall near the toilet right by the toilet? So. Yeah, because all of a sudden, if the entire town knows it. You may have this incredibly valuable piece of art. You're kind of a Mark at that point. Exactly. And mind you people understood that it was it could be potentially a real tuning at that point. And that it had some value to it. We didn't understand to what extent that was. And we still end. Of course, nobody still know that it was stolen right? So. Right. And we kept urge Rick and I kept our Jeanne David to do the research, but whenever we get an estate in at the store. We will typically park our vehicle out front, that is carrying the estate items, and that causes a stir in town, and everybody wants to come in to see what we have. So we have all these people coming in David's exceptionally busy. And I'm exceptionally busy as Rick. So at one point, I got to the computer and I typed in declining, and then hit images under Google search and the intent behind that was to have the images pop up when the computer went to sleep in the David woke back up again, it would be right in front of his face to remind. Yeah. Look good. Good move. Yeah. Yeah. Which is what happened. That's what happened. Okay. So you had the did you have this painting up there as, as the, the image? No. That wasn't so much later happening. We had a we had a little bit of a lull around lunchtime. And so it was only the three of us in the store, and then our friend, Cathy, as I sat down, and that, okay, well, I'll, I'll do a little research, and the other lady that was pushing us. She brought me back a list of different paintings in what they showed for, and she said, you need to look, up the depending society. Well, there is no declining society, what she meant was. We needed to look up the Kooning foundation. I started googling the Kooning society and since it wasn't there. I went four pages into Google looking. And that's when I came across. I saw a little header saying, you know, stolen paint mystery of stolen painting. Thirty years ago or something like that. And it said, Arezzo, which is where I'm from. So I, I just randomly clicked on it. And as soon as I clicked on it the image came up. I looked at it, and I thought, oh, this can't be, and so I called the front room and I called, Rick and Kathy and I come in here and Buchan and Kathy ended up coming in, and I said, this, the painting we have, and they both, both sure looks like it's a bucket into the bathroom got it and we brought it out. We put it on the desk, next to the computer and blew it up. And sure enough, it was the painting. We knew wasn't a copy. We knew it was it, it was it was it about it that you knew it wasn't a copier wasn't. Good replica someone had painted a replica, while the first give to me was in the in the an Reimann story in the Republic, they talked about the painting being rolled up when the painting was in the house. I noticed these creases in it, and I just assumed because the altars were world travellers that they had bought this painting. Maybe in Europe rolled up in a tube and Senate home. I, I thought was it was head rolled up. So that was the first clue. But then we blew up the picture of the internet and started comparing splatters and drips, and there just was no way that, that those could be faked. And so we were by the time we call the museum we were hundred percent sure that we, we had the real painting. Okay. So at that point, you guys probably like chitchatting pop bottles. Chris, sal. And honestly. No, it was more. Right. Oh, so, okay. So you guys do the right thing. So you call the museum. What the museum the first phone call should museum. And we had to took a minute or two to kinda get selves together because we didn't sound like idiots while the university of Arizona art museum actually. Yeah. Where the painting was stolen from. So we David sent to me, what do you, what do I do? And I said, we call the museum. And he says, how do I get that number? I said Google it. Gogel. So that's how it started out. And so we, we made the phone call and gotta a receptionist in, she asked, how she could help us, and I said, I think I have a piece of art that was stolen from you guys. And she said, what piece of art and I said, the Dakota sing and there was this silence. And then she said, hold, please put up old. And then the next thing you know, I was on the phone with the curator Olympia Miller, and, you know, and I kept saying to her, I, I don't wanna sound like a crazy person. But, you know, I have this hundred million dollar painting here in my store and a Libya started asking us to send her pictures. She didn't assume it was a prank..

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The age-old quest for the color blue

Science Magazine Podcast

06:44 min | 2 years ago

The age-old quest for the color blue

"Up we have contributing correspondent Kaikaku for Schmidt. He's here to talk to us about the pursuit of blue. Hi kai. So how long have humans been on the hunt for a blue color? That's already whether the difficulty begins. I guess. Yeah. Pretty good evidence from a cave in South Africa, the Blombos cave that one hundred thousand years ago, humans already will making pigments so more like red ochre yellow ker in using charcoal for black. They will make pigments. But there's no evidence at all of any blue pigments than for a very very long time. That stays the same is some recent evidence of from from gravesite in Turkey that about nine thousand years ago. There was some burials of women children whether it had ground down as right, which is a blue mineral. And even when it's down. It's it's kind of a nice, blue pigment. They were very with this possibly was used for medics. We don't really know. But that's kind of the earliest evidence. We have of any Lukman. Why is blue so rare? Is there some physical property required to make something reflect the color blue, it's hard to achieve if you look in the plot world as a lot of different classes, pigments that we have. But there's only one class of pigments Dan to signs which can actually make blue. And even then it tends to be the complicated molecules that blue in that simply because in order for something to be blue it needs to absorb the rent. So the other part of the visible spectrum, basically and red light is of the visible spectrum. It's the lowest energy light. So in order for something to absorb the red. The kind of jumps that an electron makes which is how molecule usually absorbs collapse these jumps need to be very small jumps in order to absorb the right rather than the blue. So it's much easier for nature appears to make molecules that absolve blue instead of once that absorb Bredon appeal blue these molecules often have to have. A lot of consigned chains and little ecoregions until they really make a good blue. I mean, there is blue in nature. We got water we got sky, we got blueberries. But for some reason making a synthetic version making a dye or pigment is really difficult. What about blue butterflies? Those those have nice blue color several of the blues. You've mentioned now are ones that aren't really pigment. So if you take sky, it's you know, kind of scattered more than than red light. Which is why the sky his loop in Walter. It's interesting because Walter actually absorbs kind of in the red kind of to vibrate the water molecules vibrate with the energy of red light. But it's not a very strong effect. Which is why you only see the bluest as up of water, and then the butterflies like most animals, they also not producing any blue pigments, they have like tiny structures that reflect light in a way that most of the other colors cancelled. So. If you take something very famous example like Mosul butterfly if you do into the scales on its wings. It has these little structures, and they basically end up reflecting all of the light the Chines onto the onto the wing in a way that the other colors, just disappear. What you see is the blue. So basically, everything is not a payment or at tied that we see in everyday life. But if we want to reproduce, those colors, if we want to make painting or make something out of plastic. That's the right color blue. It's really difficult, exactly. And humans in the past. Usually they found these pigments by accident. Some of the earliest examples are indigo which is a dye made from plants, but actually the plot itself isn't extra blue. So it's a blue from nature, but it's only blue ones humans do some chemistry on people for a very long time wanted to try and make synthetic indigo. And it took the s chemical company many, many years in precedent. The amount of money to finally come up with synthetic indigo. So they spent more than eight million gold marks at the time, which was more than the company was even worth to finally come up with with the recipe for synthetic indigo which was then produced around the world in is still used today to color jeans. It does make me wonder what is wrong with the blues that we have. I mean, we have plenty of toys that are blue plastic. We have paints that are blue. What what are those things that are available now not doing right or not cheating? Right. Chart is just the festive nation with colors, right? I mean, there are so many different hues of blue. And if somebody comes up with a new one, it's just especially of the artists. So usually the first ones to use them at it's just fascinating to have, you know, one more shoop. But then the other thing is that a little the blues that use Sopher instance, ultra marine, which is basic ground down. That's right. The part of Lapsley. It was one of the one of the most expensive pigments ever made was just very rare, right? Because you need the semi precious stone Lasley to even able to do it later people came up with a way of making it synthetically. But then even this static version it takes her chemicals to make that end up polluting the environment. A lot of self dioxide is produced as site product while you do so that I mean, that's one reason this the environmental implications on the other one office. Toxicity. I mean, this quite a few loose kkob. Lou that on that on exactly healthy, and this is an ongoing. Search people are still looking for blue pigments, and dyes and new or you took a look at three different approaches that are in the works right now, let's start with the first blue seeking scientists that actually found a new blue. But on accident like most blues in history, so must super money on this is a solid state chemists than he worked for a while. And he made a lot of discoveries, but not really related to pigments at all. And then he started work at Oregon state university in values. Two thousand six and what he actually wanted to do was to find what's called a multi for roic, basic material at room temperature has certain magnetic properties also electrical properties in that would make really interesting for building a computer. And so he used manganese oxide. Trim oxide in indium oxide, and he combined these Anna turn up that the compound came up with didn't have any interesting properties. But it was incredibly blue and he remembered from his days to punt the people said Lewis actually kind of hard to make. So he just published it and the color that he created has just had this incredible life of being used in many many places than now. It's also being sold far too to us.

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Chris Stapleton, Ding Wilding And John Snow discussed on Z Morning Zoo

Z Morning Zoo

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Chris Stapleton, Ding Wilding And John Snow discussed on Z Morning Zoo

"If you watch every single second of game of thrones. Then you saw Chris Stapleton. That's right. He played a one of the turn white walkers while ding Wilding, turn white walkers. And they were it was like really quick brief shot of him on the ground as John snow attempts to charge the night king acre outside of winter ochre, his wife posted a photo of the clip and everything he was talking about how how it happened. He wanted to be in the game of thrones wanted to be in it, so bad. And he, you know, tweeted

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Sometimes it takes a big prize to solve big tech problems

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:02 min | 2 years ago

Sometimes it takes a big prize to solve big tech problems

"This And marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. Sometimes what it takes to solve big problems is a big prize from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Amy Scott in for Molly would. It's been called American idol for science geeks. The George barley water prize will award ten million dollars to the team that develops the most promising technology to remove excess phosphorus from freshwater lakes and streams phosphorus pollution from chemical fertilizers and septic tanks has led to the growth of toxic blue green algae in the Florida Everglades. And elsewhere, Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. She says the goal is to spark innovation the way that we've previously been looking at the issue or sometimes is reported on is attempting to remove the blue-green algae. And so while you can probably effectively skim off blue-green algae, you're not really tending to the root cause of the problem, which is excess phosphorus and so kind of like an it to the algae being a symptom of the flu. And so you might be able to sue the cough, but unless you actually attack the root cause of the. Thickness. You're not really going to affect the overall wellbeing of the system. What are some of the ideas? The teams have come up with so far. We've had a great showing from all around the world from the beginning of this program. We had over a hundred applicants from thirteen different countries. And so again, it just really drove home. The fact that this problem is not specific to Florida or the Everglades. It's a global issue. And so we've got, you know, a number of different technologies a number of different approaches one that I really love talking about. We actually have a US Geological Survey agency team participating in the program and they've essentially decided to use a local byproduct in iron ochre, which is really specific to the industries in West Virginia where this group is out of and they've decided to use that waste product as the filter to help remove phosphorus from water. And so they're taking this essentially waste products and transforming it. Into a technology that could affect in clean the waterways. Why do you think we need a prize to solve a big, social and environmental problem like this? I mean, obviously Americans love could competition, but why shouldn't you know, the companies that caused this problem be solving it sure. So, you know, I think part of why we've been so successful in garnering stakeholders is because our prize in our program, again, president general are just really solutions oriented programs and around the world, there's such a rich rich history with the global implementation of prizes. They've been using the past to solve problems that the free market simply wasn't addressing quickly enough on its own. And so this infrastructure of rewards and prizes has historically helped catalyze significant accomplishments certainly were hoping to do that with the barley prize. But things like the artigue prize in nineteen twenty seven which spur. For Charles Lindbergh's. First transatlantic flight from New York to Paris that reward at the time in nineteen twenty-seven was twenty five thousand dollars, which today is all of three hundred thousand I think, but it was that flight that led to today's three hundred billion dollar aviation industry, which is something basically impossible to imagine at that time. And so what we know is that historically this prizes can help catalyze massive changes in huge technological breakthroughs. And we're really hopeful that the Varley price can do the same has the competition actually, spurred those breakthroughs new ideas to remove phosphorus, or they ideas that were being developed prior. And they're just getting a boost from this. Now, you know, I think that we collected a number of ideas that were in different stages of development. But certainly none of these were being implemented on a commercial scale yet. And so we've definitely. Moved the needle without doubt on research and development, but I would go so far as to say that our third stage which was an actual field test in Canada really did manage to move the needle on the economics of phosphorus removal here in Florida. The most typical way to address the phosphorus pollution issue is through storm water treatment areas, which are STA's, but the problem with TA's as while they're remotely effective, they're incredibly land intensive and so with each of our teams to get as far as they've gotten this competition, they were given pretty strict land constraints because we want to be able to do is implement these types of technologies any in the world, regardless of available land. And so that alone the shown efficacy of being able to remove phosphorus from water and removing the massive land component necessary here in Florida is a huge win for us to if we don't solve this problem soon. What are the stakes the stakes get higher? Hire every year. So we know with global warming with sea level rise. What we're seeing is not only more frequent algal blooms, but they're more intense. They're more damaging on their more harmful not only to human health, but ecosystem health, and so certainly in Florida. What's at stake is the drinking water supply for a third of the state and our state here in Florida relies so heavily on tourism. And so without clean waterways. Without pristine beaches were missing out on the number one driver of the state's economy. Lauren par is director of the George barley water prize. It's sponsored by the Everglades foundation and the Scots miracle. Grow foundation. Scott's the company still uses phosphorus and some of its fertilizers, but dropped it from lawn products several years ago the competition is now down to five final teams. They'll spend the next year testing and refining their technology that ten million. Dollar grand prize will be awarded next year.

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"ochre" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Like, they went out and did everything right? This time and guy Stephen Colbert and little John and Cardi B, and we talked about it for about three seconds. And it was like all right. That was okay. You know, everything was ok matter of fact that commercial was the Super Bowl are ochre. It was over. Those are we got from it. Now like, I say, I'm not even mad about it. I think this was always because I've been saying it for years. This was always the way that it was trending towards. It's almost better as a company to just not piss people off and your commercial be kinda wack then to like take a chance piss people off. And or it could be extremely funny. You know, right. And the thing is funniest objective. So as to miss, and because the MS companies are like we don't want to miss 'cause with Super Bowl when you miss you, miss bad. It's everybody it's not like you missed it. We just showing at eight o'clock on the Thursday night doing arrow when you miss it, literally everybody across the country and all parts of the world on Lindley watching. So people are watching it in real time. You'll seeing people's responses time, I'm sorry. Oh and also people was getting so sensitive even like two years ago. Because I remember like it was like people was looking for ways to be offended about some of the stuff. And I and I and I'm not one of those like the PC people. But literally somebody's commercials were really like it will be stuff like a boy ask a girl to the prom. And then like someone by the end of the night would be like is this joke really about rape coacher. Are we saying that that we are really putting hetero normativity into in this like, oh, yeah. I was a company and my job was to make commercial for Super Bowl. And that means that means we got a bunch of fringe viewers who don't even watch this shit. Right. I will probably be like, you know, what let's just put fucking Bumblebee eating a cake light. Let's do that. Because what's the point of us trying to make this statement about, you know, wash this child become a man in his first cars from? Shit. Why why do that? And then get lit the fuck up the next day. Where you could just be like, hey, guys, remember Knight rider? Hey. It was Luca. Joe, you know, I see that. So and also, I think for me like you say this was the trend, and this was the way like I said, I'm to the conclusion most people don't know what they want because you can't have a ways you can't have a fucking hull. Larry's. Comedy time doing all to bowl commercials. But yet wanna fuss about her ever Super Bowl commercial is offensive like all of all of offensive. So it's like, you can't have a way. So I understand from the companies we break, I think one year it was one where it was this robot. The robot was like going through his job. And I think at the end the robot end up jumping off a cliff or something like that. I remember that and everybody about well this okay, goddamn robot. Okay. Is the fucking robot? In my mind. I'm like, this is not a human being not a person. What are we talking about here? Guys. You know? But it was a controversial. So for companies they like what you get. It's it's fucking polar bear drinking Coca Cola bottle fucking pink be happy. Here's my million dollars. NFL fuck out right ways guys there by like this shit was born and they're like will be bored to death because I don't want weaken..

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"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio all throughout the day. So Donovan Mitchell clarification, he claims to have not yelled ondre drumming. This is your fault. He says there was a heckler near Andre Drummond. And if he was addressing the heckler, it's even better. It was Andre Drummond. Okay. But way with the heckler whatever he told somebody this is your fault after he buried them with points. We need to clarify not really so. One thing we've been wanting to talk about and I'm waiting for guys to stop laughing. He knows what's coming next. But we gotta be somber. Now, you gotta get your crocodile tears ready. Okay. We lost. We're going to be in this hour talking about a couple of people that we lost over over the break who were friends of the show and people who might not have even known who they were before they came on the show sort of a socio them with our show because they were so colorful, so fun and over years, they gave us a lot of content entertainment. I remember when we talked to me, gene, Oakland for the first time, and you know, how much I loved wrestling as a kid me, gene, Oakland became who. You know, Gordon, solely was the wrestling announcer for my lifetime. But it's never been done better than mean. Jean Oakland did it because he wouldn't break character except for that one time that a wall fell behind him. He would always be the straight, man. Always except when he was doing radio interviews with us like the first time, he jarred us because first of all he's Nadi. It was not excuse me, naughty, like he likes to work. Blue an inexplicably kept saying to end our. Phone calls work it like it was his catchphrase to get off the phone. It was disorienting us. It's how he said goodbye is is working. So we remember him fondly around here and we've had to death like this while we were off. But Chris Cody has put together something. Oh, it's been a lot of years that we spent with me, gene, Oakland and making us laugh every damn time. He was on with us. Here's a little something to remember. We go out to mean, gene, ochre Lynn, the legendary voice and face for so many wrestling things, it's a travesty. Is it not mean Jean mean, can I call you mean me, and you can call me j just don't call me late for dinner. When I say mean Jean Oakland is a pimp. You think what I'm a penny. If you're having dinner with ho Cogan and an ice cream comes out. It's a lot of ice cream. Do you order to is granted you share it desert? Sure as hell wouldn't have done it with Andre the giant where you joining us from me, gene. It's been a long time since we spoke to I've missed you missed you greatly. Where are you joining from down? I just have to be on the number twelve t gator creek, Sarasota, Florida doing what I do. Best drinking need, gene. Oakland four to six tomorrow, the dolphin mall. What are you gonna do? What are you going to be there? Your your mustaches a little sideways? My mother how many drinks in are you right now. I mean, come on. I'm just wondering always not any drinks gentleman early in the day where noone air, I'm having a nice warm Cup of coffee. Hot Cup of coffee. I do have a little Irish gimmick in there. If you caught me a little later in the show. Was regularly on the air. Would've been into high test by this. That story of you. And RIC flair drinking the nature boy was very uninhibited guy. And all of a sudden after a couple of martinis he was up on the bar, dancing, Canada, Opole dance that might be at the end of the nights best story at theory was with a pair of wingtips at a pair of stretch compress, knee, high socks and that was it. Yep. A Bloody Mary tomato. Juice lemon. Thank you get up. What what was as you were saying, all right? With us on seven nine hundred ticket. You were at resume me. Why were you there? What do you think? I was here. What do you think you're playing with sheep? I was there because they were paying me you end telephone conversations with the expression work it, which strikes us as odd and not terribly age-specific. All your sports guy there reads out of the sand lawn telephone book, and you're you're telling me what I'm Andy my telephone conversations with Dan, you've got a lot of a lot of nerve..

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"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio all throughout the day. So Donovan Mitchell clarification, he claims to have not yelled ondre drumming. This is your fault. He says there was a heckler near Andre Drummond. And if he was addressing the heckler, it's even better. It was Andre Drummond. Okay. But way with the heckler whatever he told somebody this is your fault after he buried them with points. We need to clarify not really so. One thing we've been wanting to talk about and I'm waiting for guys to stop laughing. He knows what's coming next. But we gotta be somber. Now, you gotta get your crocodile tears ready. Okay. We lost. We're going to be in this hour talking about a couple of people that we lost over over the break who were friends of the show and people who might not have even known who they were before they came on the show sort of a socio them with our show because they were so colorful, so fun and over years, they gave us a lot of content entertainment. I remember when we talked to me, gene, Oakland for the first time, and you know, how much I loved wrestling as a kid me, gene, Oakland became who. You know, Gordon, solely was the wrestling announcer for my lifetime. But it's never been done better than mean. Jean Oakland did it because he wouldn't break character except for that one time that a wall fell behind him. He would always be the straight, man. Always except when he was doing radio interviews with us like the first time, he jarred us because first of all he's Nadi. It was not excuse me, naughty, like he likes to work. Blue an inexplicably kept saying to end our. Phone calls work it like it was his catchphrase to get off the phone. It was disorienting us. It's how he said goodbye is is working. So we remember him fondly around here and we've had to death like this while we were off. But Chris Cody has put together something. Oh, it's been a lot of years that we spent with me, gene, Oakland and making us laugh every damn time. He was on with us. Here's a little something to remember. We go out to mean, gene, ochre Lynn, the legendary voice and face for so many wrestling things, it's a travesty. Is it not mean Jean mean, can I call you mean me, and you can call me j just don't call me late for dinner. When I say mean Jean Oakland is a pimp. You think what I'm a penny. If you're having dinner with ho Cogan and an ice cream comes out. It's a lot of ice cream. Do you order to is granted you share it desert? Sure as hell wouldn't have done it with Andre the giant where you joining us from me, gene. It's been a long time since we spoke to I've missed you missed you greatly. Where are you joining from down? I just have to be on the number twelve t gator creek, Sarasota, Florida doing what I do. Best drinking need, gene. Oakland four to six tomorrow, the dolphin mall. What are you gonna do? What are you going to be there? Your your mustaches a little sideways? My mother how many drinks in are you right now. I mean, come on. I'm just wondering always not any drinks gentleman early in the day where noone air, I'm having a nice warm Cup of coffee. Hot Cup of coffee. I do have a little Irish gimmick in there. If you caught me a little later in the show. Was regularly on the air. Would've been into high test by this. That story of you. And RIC flair drinking the nature boy was very uninhibited guy. And all of a sudden after a couple of martinis he was up on the bar, dancing, Canada, Opole dance that might be at the end of the nights best story at theory was with a pair of wingtips at a pair of stretch compress, knee, high socks and that was it. Yep. A Bloody Mary tomato. Juice lemon. Thank you get up. What what was as you were saying, all right? With us on seven nine hundred ticket. You were at resume me. Why were you there? What do you think? I was here. What do you think you're playing with sheep? I was there because they were paying me you end telephone conversations with the expression work it, which strikes us as odd and not terribly age-specific. All your sports guy there reads out of the sand lawn telephone book, and you're you're telling me what I'm Andy my telephone conversations with Dan, you've got a lot of a lot of nerve..

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"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"ESPN radio all throughout the day. So Donovan Mitchell clarification, he claims to have not yelled ondre drumming. This is your fault. He says there was a heckler near Andre Drummond. And if he was addressing the heckler, it's even better. It was Andre Drummond. Okay. But way with the heckler whatever he told somebody this is your fault after he buried them with points. We need to clarify not really so. One thing we've been wanting to talk about and I'm waiting for guys to stop laughing. He knows what's coming next. But we gotta be somber. Now, you gotta get your crocodile tears ready. Okay. We lost. We're going to be in this hour talking about a couple of people that we lost over over the break who were friends of the show and people who might not have even known who they were before they came on the show sort of a socio them with our show because they were so colorful, so fun and over years, they gave us a lot of content entertainment. I remember when we talked to me, gene, Oakland for the first time, and you know, how much I loved wrestling as a kid me, gene, Oakland became who. You know, Gordon, solely was the wrestling announcer for my lifetime. But it's never been done better than mean. Jean Oakland did it because he wouldn't break character except for that one time that a wall fell behind him. He would always be the straight, man. Always except when he was doing radio interviews with us like the first time, he jarred us because first of all he's Nadi. It was not excuse me, naughty, like he likes to work. Blue an inexplicably kept saying to end our. Phone calls work it like it was his catchphrase to get off the phone. It was disorienting us. It's how he said goodbye is is working. So we remember him fondly around here and we've had to death like this while we were off. But Chris Cody has put together something. Oh, it's been a lot of years that we spent with me, gene, Oakland and making us laugh every damn time. He was on with us. Here's a little something to remember. We go out to mean, gene, ochre Lynn, the legendary voice and face for so many wrestling things, it's a travesty. Is it not mean Jean mean, can I call you mean me, and you can call me j just don't call me late for dinner. When I say mean Jean Oakland is a pimp. You think what I'm a penny. If you're having dinner with ho Cogan and an ice cream comes out. It's a lot of ice cream. Do you order to is granted you share it desert? Sure as hell wouldn't have done it with Andre the giant where you joining us from me, gene. It's been a long time since we spoke to I've missed you missed you greatly. Where are you joining from down? I just have to be on the number twelve t gator creek, Sarasota, Florida doing what I do. Best drinking need, gene. Oakland four to six tomorrow, the dolphin mall. What are you gonna do? What are you going to be there? Your your mustaches a little sideways? My mother how many drinks in are you right now. I mean, come on. I'm just wondering always not any drinks gentleman early in the day where noone air, I'm having a nice warm Cup of coffee. Hot Cup of coffee. I do have a little Irish gimmick in there. If you caught me a little later in the show. Was regularly on the air. Would've been into high test by this. That story of you. And RIC flair drinking the nature boy was very uninhibited guy. And all of a sudden after a couple of martinis he was up on the bar, dancing, Canada, Opole dance that might be at the end of the nights best story at theory was with a pair of wingtips at a pair of stretch compress, knee, high socks and that was it. Yep. A Bloody Mary tomato. Juice lemon. Thank you get up. What what was as you were saying, all right? With us on seven nine hundred ticket. You were at resume me. Why were you there? What do you think? I was here. What do you think you're playing with sheep? I was there because they were paying me you end telephone conversations with the expression work it, which strikes us as odd and not terribly age-specific. All your sports guy there reads out of the sand lawn telephone book, and you're you're telling me what I'm Andy my telephone conversations with Dan, you've got a lot of a lot of nerve..

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"ochre" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"And share yours. I didn't like this experiment. Danny ochre will give us the criteria. That busted open us. We won't. Apply it to ours. Because I didn't give you that originally. So I wouldn't expect any of you to write to absorb everything Danny says via Dave Greco and Mark Henry. And then the go back out and do the quick homework assignment. So I just want you to blurt out your ten names. And if you feel one of them stands out as that's my guy. That's I'm one of the great. You know, you don't have to do a countdown of ten you can do it alphabetical. You can just how ever you wrote them have fun with it. All right. And I've already seen a couple of this. And I right away. I thought well that's dumb. But I realized don't say that George because that's who enter tain them. Yep. And I didn't give the criteria of. This guy was a box office draw pay per view. I guy on TV. He broke barrier. I didn't say all that. So it wouldn't be fair to to. Critique anyone you know, if you just woke up, and I used to get a kick out of the godfather and his hose, right? Mostly for the hose, it was one dollars one of the I didn't even know I can tell you if you you could shoot a double got trivia. One of those signs Dan tomah held to a wrestling event back in nineteen ninety sales rose. It was I made an admit one ticket. But a big big poster board I made a little like one of those adamant one tickets, and it says to the whole train. Yeah. Hey, you gotta take your shot. Like, if value if you wanna get on TV, do you wanna party with the dudes? I biggest DX what do you want to party with the dudes with the troops, sixty nine shirts. San suck it, and it's a bunch of dudes or the guy with a bunch of chicks. I might need some help. Hey, saying you can add something here. This is a great. This is a great thing you're on as far as your list criteria here, George, you're right. Criteria is important. And I will say that I would argue that I prefer this kind of what I do in my own podcast of the protect podcast, by the way, recording episode one hundred later today. Congratulations. Thank you, not a top five episodes, just just a breakdown one. But but we do a lot of list episodes and the criteria. We always use in general, even though the topics always changed. It's your list. What is your top five? Because Georgia's saying everyone's is going to be different. And that's important because I was looking I didn't hear the episode of busted. Open but just by looking at their list, guys. Just by those two lists. I can already tell that. There was a strong criteria. And it was the criteria. Most people go they go top five or top ten. We'll what is the top ten, and we will those insecure because we're thinking about of all time, right? And we we don't want. We don't wanna look bad. We're gonna pick the best possible options. But when you go that route you end up with kinda the same list, and that for the most part is what I saw with a the Greco whoever ounce did it, and I don't like my personally. I Mark Henry, I don't I don't like when lists are all like if we came up here and hall had similar lists. Even if they were quote, unquote, right list that wouldn't be very entertaining for me. Participating wouldn't be very entertaining for me listening. So yeah. With Georgia's Saint make it your list that make your list, and if you want to say thing or two about each one great, we just every person can't get seven to ten minutes or well, only get two three lists. But the quicker you can go through it. Then the better..

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"ochre" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Brilliant minds even the ochre mons operate better under stimulus canadian is a canadian you can't take away someone's out in barack obama has systematically rebuilt the trust of the world in our willingness to work through the security council and other rate you must not talk to anybody in the world any of our allies whatever you wanna call this system a mafia state of futile empire it's a disaster for ordinary russians i think that's the kind of hypocritical argument that if i were tiny that find quite annoying for the chinese bird biology can be described it's betty in management science and religion are not incompatible religion forces nice people to do on kind things obsolete a mike equation to this question is no i was let you be show me to work pretext i quoted them saying show me graham you can keep screaming on and it doesn't change the point we do not want sympathy we do not want pity we want our tunities it's an appalling slander to me to the muslim religion i never said the word muslim in my foam nation was muslim pre foam nation it is that kind of restraint it is that kind of soberminded sensible intelligent foreign policy that obama represents so i guess what i'm telling you is he sort of a closet canadian vote for him for god's sake.

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"ochre" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Oh wow odd mansell strect rats and thing you could no i was link like okay he said number two is um she wants to have sex ochre who is for him now how is he going to another fertile did he make you down a strip like on your first no no he's just saying that's what i mean like what lakes and a woman he wants to know that like she could procreate like that's important or w you know i sit at the essentially would like to grow family versatility mnlf saddam your it with you and then wants to lay get it on and the third was she's got to be independent meaning she's got have our own stuff going on so she suggestions is not like sitting there at the door waiting for him to come home scott however on friends our own interests like needs to leave them alone cmi sav hobbies after she droughts my thirty babies we have down at has sex made five when he's from skopje somebody who can like entertain like this is what a straight man says this is why is that so madman your answers you know that riots a woman who can entertain bring out the jello mold she can be a slop events or kay how many interests are you supposed to have when you're going to about to have five babies or have a lot and we i'd like to say that we are very independent people in an intimate relationship like i can we can work seven days a week and we're very happy working next to each other on her own stuff but i just thought though was ups lewis terrible that a streak i go scooby fertile inge who should.

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"ochre" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Mm miss it would take ziane steps stamp his ochre houses i'm he's on bronze team you'll never see the ball there's just too much infighting correct that's why the to bethlehem laggard to see him doing like the exact so that's the thing we will get paul george verse jimmy butler which i'm pretty sure we've gotten every allstar game flicked three is another been on the east career um so they can go headtohead uh and beat forgot to shoot this year so i'll think he'll be able to do enough what's a who hor voted butler was your darkhorse of butler was your actual dark horse allah my actual i'm going to go steph ochre if i feel like he's uh like like earlier even today like one when pete's at steph it's better than lebrun klay i feel like that as i feel like that used to be like a everyone was just like yet he is right now and the we haven't been there for a while even though steph still really fucking good it's true is dramatic i didn't have any finals if he pease also i'm going to start stack in these did he is gone of a kind of back into walder hall of fame career looking not great gutna oliver a wu's dark dark horse is russ describes already got two and i don't like this is just the who's gonna tell them to pass the ball durant get out of here.

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"ochre" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Fuel Hotel Marketing Podcast

"Jewell's torque like that early ochre spreading fake news all right so the first thing we want you guys to do early this year as soon as you can just go hadn't a site audit c previous episodes about site audits of basically wants you to identify any technical errors four hundred level and five hundred level errors on your site eliminated many of those things you can as possible it's it's good to keep it healthy site arts of this back up a little bit low because not everyone is going to know where they can find that inflammation sure um any seo tweet half is pretty much in a have that we use google search console pretty much rights so you can sign up for that for free rice you have a website you'd just google google google go search console in the old this glimmer leave learn how to set at all yet you're it's still it flash webmaster tolls ex so consistency is questionable but you can you you couldn't authenticate your psi in set that up in begin tomorrow it's free and it's a great it's easy in it that's the tell you keep your safe healthy and there's also some other free tools like i like to and this is more with like states speed and i'm looking at a mobile friendly site as but they also have free tool so a google it's test my say at google dowager oh don't okay i'm sorry i'm getting words a lot of other tools do that every sorry continue our so after you found any of those errors it's it's a good thing to at your content understand what's on your site what's during well for you in terms of traffic was doing well for review in terms of rank and also to find out what's not doing well what could work could get some improvement knowing what you have content was on your side is is really important i'm one of the things are really like air clients to do or at least annual basis is looking good one lunatics whatever toy using see not just which pages of giving the most traffic for which pages from your blogger your new section or you're just you're content in general which ones are generating revenue or have it in the pasture.

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"ochre" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I'll tell you after the show ochre yeah it's a it'll be nice man i mentioned to the knocked down a wall and putting carpeting alderson they do they got a lot of stuff they got to put knocked out a wall we got to put up another wall they gotta move with door isn't worth eagle put into it but it's gonna be a nice space on marina a win for that to happen very much looking forward to it let's see here jeremiah schaefer oh chairma jeremiah yeah man he has a a review for fired fury jeremiah now you can go yes now above and they called hill drove i already with them or you're talking about at all i don't know what it all away okay ages their job iso when we take the ball runoff because i really like literally other nowhere it could also him like abuse oleg whereas if he's going to be layer about ails these let me just all black sleep the red sox did you have all the time bye all blacks late dermot bar burrow all right or lick this is a is review for fire bureau the trump book all right and you were there quick he says here oh he listen to the audio book he says as a listen to this book i was picturing trump on a golf cart angrily trying to hand right a rebuttal novel which he plans to call a stable genius he says as much as i can't stand bannon's hate for anyone who's not wide on on a who's not white agenda something i realize from his book is how he was the smartest guy in the white house for the time that he was there i hate to say that because it sounds like a compliment but when you put him around a door a lot of dolts he comes across like the most functional of the group listening to the book is on the same level as watching something like painting game sure stupidity ignorance can sometimes be hilarious but then you remember that this is bullshit in real life people are very likely going to die from some rash decision he makes in is not like he's going to give a foot case trump can.

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"ochre" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Her icebreaker is name was song uh or your favorite songs from the past and present and give it a visual so it can be hers words name your favorite song um that never had a visual but even if adam visual a you probably didn't see or you feel like you could have done it better give this jam any jim of choice of visual or a new visual if you will a new visit law aimed online email own new new all new visu you know it really age i know you use her nude insert that our office some direct vis elena will laugh i am dead one of the one of the truck she chose with madonna by drake ochre is she would it that one of visual but she didn't osmond does get in a car occur right and i bet you know because it's drink madda okay cool that scenery kissing him on stage and we follow up after a who hasn't madonna case so embarrassingly react to adam melted authorized she had all his she had o a and the older and elderly so he kissed the and she was musty drake jose r a l o visited giver for the last the air on that's why i made that face okay so i've said it before and i'll say it again kiss it better by riyadh i was such a is moment for a visible the song tells a story opportunity was there i too am a creative and may or may not have an idea for concept of the leave the one of my all time favorite songs which is take on me by the group are high came on in the eight a in gandhi sake uh so i love this sanaaaden that that that that saw a only two two eight hundred uh that's one of my all time favorite songs at all time favorite visuals and i would love to have seen this story reinterpreted with her.

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"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:40 min | 4 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Uh god david in cincinnati high david welcome to the program would've or me hello there by david got a day earlier well actually going me get my height and weight adaren role to 195 five eleven okay let's queue up iran burgundy days as the day instead of the day gums that what status route five uh washington clinton red can you be kirk cousin ochre nine on weekday game with ochre hick on monday night football day passed the food gums that what stat of uh eh got out of the gate these stumbled little bit but he hit the post that's all the matters continental tire stat of the day proud to be the exclusive tire major league soccer providing competence needed to get to the mansion any weather that's continental for more information visit kono machar dot com kono tired for what you do yes mclamb you know i was looking occur cousins numbers are incredible this year but it's great numbers aren't equalling wins what what are they gonna do there they had and pay him bigmoney have no idea i mean it just feels like it's a foregone conclusion that he's going to san francisco but if you're kirk cousin stu you wanna go to san francisco right now i would new yeah it's great coin yeah it it it's the same thing with lebron james or paul george and or paul george do you want to go to the lakers now or do you want to wait a year to get to the lakers because you can do that you can spend one more year in cleveland in one more year in oklahoma city and see what the lakers do and then you could join the lakers this is a team that if they win thirty thirty two thirty three games probably will be considered a successful season does lebrun and and or paul george when it come into that a year earlier when they could go in a year later and i would think you'd wanna go in a year later by the way do see some of the quotes tweets about the wizards facing the lakers john wall against lonzo ball we'll bring back some of those march scene gore todt had some things that uh i was kind of surprised now they've they were inflammatory here about lonzo ball john wall going out one another that'll be a i think tomorrow night they meet.

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"ochre" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"And our ochre there about the same people love them they think they're cute they want us pinch their cheeks but once are off the screen no one cares whether they live or die that's all i'm trying to say now fill al rocard says hey ryan lock the either real do uh i would sit around lac de where i advise him as a big deal while doesn't make any difference i think it does i think the people that they'll wrokers comments were widely heard and widely hailed all right well let me pay what else could be widely hailed riad lac be is what he is he and entitled freshfaced punk period so what we got a million up in american we know how to deal with them you can shame them publicly all this but it's the best thing that ever happen and i haven't talked to a friend of mine who works at the brazilian federal police fish by israel of land up this guy this guy is one of the uh top of people at the brazilian federal police ishmail you'll end up uh and he is what is is ranked he's like a colonel or a general or an app i don't know what they've got those rag military ranks like fooled you don't like an i dunno know admiral or something uh this iin kidding but anyway uh i talked to him and he said to me that get a load of this piece of ryan lac de 'cause i love him he said i love ryan lock be uh almost as much as i love my country i might even love rhino lac de more because what he's done is he's taken brazil out of the headline and he's put american there when it comes to acting like a full fledged fully organized wellrounded rounded well drilled two shp bag let me tell you what that well that's all well and good and that's the opinion of one of their corrupt police officials or what what what what do you mean correct guy's a friend of mine well you know what can you say without of contravention use the word means yeah oh you do what is it being disagreement.

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"ochre" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

The Basketball Analogy

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ochre" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy

"And i wanna say mandra by think taiwanese actually the correct dialogue are you in fact taiwan i am not tomlin eager when i'm in thailand they try to speak to me anti or utah i am not tie hooker one of them in japan they try to speak to me and japanese our governance i am not japanese and when i'm in korea they speak to mean korean career i'm korea but my koreans terrible ochre and so i need to make it very clear as quickly as possible that i speak english and the troll low look is most recognizable american most recognizable los angeles ration characteristic can i say this so we're not in asia right now someone has said adult canal rows upon really well that's all the way to put its truth but basically i just got used to the to dressing this way and that's just the way the other one fact about this this is republicans officer but you're once reprimanded i was once reprimanded so when i was being on boarded into espn were doing no doubt now are harmless story no never now now i've had a good run no no people were thirty years punitive steven this by swedish end the pardon now like we're nine pay attention to go up with he thinks this is like going kramer was driving the car we're going all the way i too we tried to talk a little bit basketball is a pointless i'm glad the joe young made tompkins boers is without recording a podcast right now brian how many how many years before you decide that a player is the bust.

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