20 Burst results for "Pellegrino"

"pellegrino" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

Right Now with Stephen Kent

04:54 min | 5 d ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Right Now with Stephen Kent

"Lost dexter and the new showtime series. American russ mark pellegrino actor an co-founder as he mentioned of the american capitalist party is here on the show with us today mark. I was watching an interview of yours from like five years ago. On the ruben report. And you were giving sort of this top line. Answer to what. Objectivism is sort of explaining the i in ray indian philosophy of doing what is good for oneself as sort of rational and inherently in your best self interest and something that is actually virtuous and it was really remarkable because the conversation was in twenty sixteenths of pre pandemic before what i view as one of the biggest dress rehearsals for your ideology and worldview possible. So i wanted to ask you in the past year watching cove in nineteen play out. What have you learned as a self-described objective est or sort of had confirmed about the way that you view the world. while i'm a little disturbed. How quickly people fill in to be is the status regiment and how quickly they wanted to drag their everybody into this regiment as if it was good and that and that made me see how people are to violate supposedly inviolable rights provided the common good is at stake and And how deeply saturated that notion is in our ultra is a little bit disturbing but with what was also good was to see the counter movement out there is on how many different levels the the sense of life of america is still alive is just confused and so we had the spectacle of people really fighting for something good like liberty but going into walmarts and starting fights with people because they wouldn't wear their masks So they're confused but their spirit is in the right place so yeah Disheartening to see so many Picking up the status mantle but heartening to see that the the sense of life in america is still there It's still alive and beating is just on life support. You know the i think of objectivism is one of its kind of most important tenets or easiest thing to explain to someone who maybe doesn't know what it is is that it's all about the your right the importance of andro right to pursue your self interest to to be to put your values and your desires. I you have that right. Every person has that right. You don't have to put other people's needs ahead of your own if you. You can prioritize other people's needs if you care about that but it's up to you and the pandemic obviously was a challenge to that because now you have all of these authorities in our society saying no..

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"pellegrino" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"The lady who keeps hope alive. Hope she doesn't so sasha talk to me so the reason why they know is because bethany has the most ginormous ego. And i can't imagine her coming back all the crap. She's talked about the show. She thinks she's too big for the show. So i hope she doesn't come back all right and she also talked the crap after she left the last time and then came back. That's that's a good point. Daddy makes a very good point. No kitten coming up. Kim yam right. Well there you go you win some you lose on. Who could bring her out at the reunion. Maybe like okay. That's the thought. Lacrima cat said everyone is loving kathy on beverly hills and wondering why she hasn't been on all these years. Are there other women that you think should absolutely be a housewife by now. And if so who. We've discussed marlow endlessly anyone else. Besides marlow the that comes to mind getting the guy sheridan do we get nicolette. Sheridan all and also. Heather locklear a long rumored housewife. Which would be a yes it would bring on one on one of ourselves friends that she brought i m bringing. Yes by the way sloppy. Joey wants to you feel about how they're slapping. Kelly dodd with a lawsuit and the apologies. She was forced to make iconic or not classic. Heather and kelly loved up our i. Nobody looks forward to bingeing. Bravo more than these four. But for this next part. I'm going to ask them to take a look back for a segment called back that show all right. Was that a banana on that tv. You will each have ten seconds to make the case for a pass bravo. Show that you'd like to see. Make a comeback..

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Threatening email sent to 5,000 people via Massachusetts high school's account

Extreme Genes Family History Radio

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Threatening email sent to 5,000 people via Massachusetts high school's account

"That appear to have been sent from a gardener public school account. Superintendent Mark Pellegrino says the email contained threats against a school with racial phrases and a threat to blow up a school that email was sent to more than 5000 people. The email reportedly came from a high school students account of Pellegrino is urging everyone not to jump to conclusions. If you need health insurance, urine

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Fun Summer Recipes with Essential Oils Featuring Kati Falzone

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Fun Summer Recipes with Essential Oils Featuring Kati Falzone

"Katie. Thank you so much for sitting down to talk with us today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm thrilled to be here. So a big question that gets a lot in the essential oil is, can I use essential oils in cooking? Yes absolutely you can, and it's one of my favorite ways to use them a many people don't realize that. So many adulterers essential oils are safe to ingest, but they are and they are great replacements for Menia. Typical and spices that we use in cooking, and this is especially convenient for me when I'm out of fresh or dried herbs, which is often. So for example, just a couple of as. Like to use ours, we love to add things like Oregano oil and basil oil to our spaghetti sauce. We get the added health benefits said than guessing oils and we're really boosting the flavor. Another example of a way we love to use them in a recipe we is often are pro bowls. We love to replace fresh ginger we lead to replace it with. Injure essential oil because they never seem to have ginger in the house and this turns out beautifully. I love all of those suggestions and you're so right we always seem to be out of the exact herb or whatever we might need for recipes. So it's so convenient to have these essential oils on hand as a backup or as our primary source for these recipes. Absolutely. What are the biggest things that we need to remember when we're cooking with essential oils? That's a great question I. think There's really two major points. That I consider when I'm cooking. I is really about safety we want to ensure that the oil were using his actually safe for internal use. So we only want to cook with oils that have a supplement facts label on the bottle and don't tear does a beautiful job of putting these supplement acts labels on every bottle that saved to ingest oils without a supplement facts label are really better suited for aromatic or topically. Because of the intense level of testing that dough Tara's I know that there are no fillers can pesticides, etc. In my oils, I would never use oils from a big box store in my food for this. The second tip I have is a little bit goes a long way. So I think we already know that essential oils are incredibly potent. It's been said that they are more potent than traditional herbs and spices, which means that you make use a teaspoon of ground cinnamon in a recipe, but she would never use a teaspoon of cinnamon essential recipe. So. If you're unsure how much you should use, it's best to start small and work your way up. So you can start by to the dipping a toothpick into the bottle and then swirling it around into your recipe. Until you get that flavor that you desire the citrus oils tend to be lighter, you may want those but some of the stronger herbs and spices such as Oregano time and cinnamon can be very powerful even with just one to hit. So those are the two things that I think about that always want to remember when I'm cooking with essential oils. Those are excellent advice I know it can be a little intimidating to try and substitute essential oils if you don't exactly know the conversion but starting small I think is key. Yes. So Katie to wrap us up today can you share some of your favorite summer recipes use essential oils? Absolutely a have two categories here, drinks and food and I'll just make a couple down. The first is really simple and I think this is where a lot of us get started with using wealth internally I gave up soda years ago I really really loved the carbonation and. They come with soda but I don't want a you know the added sugars and things like that. So now I have sort of a daily practice of adding my citrus oils to sparkling water and I'm sort of on a quest to find the most bubbly out there. Found Topa. Chico is incredibly bubbly. Pellegrino is another favorite, but I love to add line it's my favorite but also wild orange grapefruit those are great as well.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"Very badly crushed by what's happening internationally. It was something that I was really teacher to try and join I must say so. Plans Batstone I you still hope and you might have to do that. Sometimes we've spend it to October, twenty twenty one cy next year, and we're hoping that we'll be able to go to Sicily then so all the people who paid their deposits of just transferred through to next year. Everybody seems really came to go back to us. I guess at the moment there is no real knowing what's going to happen with the international travel situation, but I would like to think that by spring next year at the end of next year will be able to travel again and and do it because I know that s Lee was one of best countries to be affected and it was. It was really. Really, a much. I've got family and friends. It was really emotional for me. I feel very sad at the thought that I might not be able to go back there and see everyone for a long time, so I've got my fingers crossed. They're going to find effective treatments, vaccines, and the well will I've up to us again. We'll be able to travel. and heavy still got speed places on natural. Pay Were entrusted way to yes, and if people want to go to my website, which is just www Nikki pellegrino dot. com does a page that where they can read about again. Touch with me. Great we'll make sure those links so ruling the. This inside. Tuned away from your books talking about your next project, which has a podcast with your good friend, and also a very well nine New Zealand over journalists Stacey.

"pellegrino" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Financial future with Anthony Pellegrino if you want clarity in this chaotic market really only three questions matter what are the facts about previous market corrections and the recoveries how do I avoid the mistakes other investors may have one of the potential investing opportunities to profit in this selloff welcome back to secure your financial future I'm Anthony Pellegrino along with Jennifer Graham in today we're talking about four lessons from previous stock market crashes that could protect and grow your nest egg coming up in our final segment the critical pillars of a bullet proof financial game plan including taxes risk income social security and more it Hey Jen you know what lesson four it is really about to create a financial game plan yeah it just it could expound on that it's not just creating a financial game plan but it's creating a financial game plan that is built to weather all storms yes right right it's not just when things go up in in a good market it's when things can can go down on us here the opposite way and you know sometimes the unexpected hit I'm sorry who could have planned specifically for a pandemic no that's not usually what you planned for but yet here we are you know listen I'm a born and raised Chicagoan going on forty four years in the Chicago land area here and die we really want to do our best to serve and help as many Chicagoans are going through you know whatever hard times with their finances are jobs are destroyed share but but you know people who you don't have a plan in may want to see if they can enhance the planned war just didn't know that did experience is much choppiness and uncertainty as they have it kind of shocked by what what you know my account could drop that much that quickly I mean but that's it exactly it's like whoa yeah yeah I mean here's what what whether you're a novice investor or you know whether you save five hundred thousand a million or ten million whatever I mean we were helping everybody you know across the the board here so I will I will tell you John my heart goes out to so many of these people you and I were talking at the break about you know IT literate last just on Saturday morning here I was on a new segment and ABC Saturday morning news without Ryan shivery ni yeah and he and I were just talking about this on the news this morning was there were over thirty million jobs lost thirty million that's a crazy amount yeah you know it's even crazier that that the thirty million jobs have been lost in like seven weeks of the same such a short space of time yeah I mean you're talking thirty million jobs lost lost in two months Jan it's taken over ten years to grow an act that many jobs in fact we're we're not even close in the last ten years it has an added you know over thirty million jobs open point is takes over a decade to try to get there in bam within you know a just Amer months they're they're gone so my heart goes out to people you know if they were assisting people every day we asked ended our hours okay so if you're someone out there needs some help you know what I have a conversation what should you do ideas a lot of people are coming to us you know Hey Anthony in team go at Goldstone I've got this four oh one K. what do you think what can we do with this how can I roll it over in generally work with major financial institutions like fidelity TD Ameritrade so it's important knoll for listeners out there your money working with us yes we're fiduciary advisors to get a C. F. P. you know certified financial planner you know and that staff all fiduciaries it's better said we build out plans but if it's just a simple rollover you know your four oh one K. to irate we absolutely are here to help you with that the money does not come to Goldstone right so goes to fidelity institutional not retail the institutional side a lot more opportunity often a lot less cost or TD Ameritrade was merging with Schwab so money comes over we help you formulate the plans right because that's that's the key is creating a financial plan that that is bullet proof right if nothing's perfect but we want to try that we aim to make it is bullet proof as possible you know and I'll tell you you know he he here's a two critical pieces of you know your retirement game plan that can help you you know protect from a stock market downturn well the first is that rates having a a bullet proof income plan Jenny it's not just about the investments right it's about having your investments have the ability to generate income to sustain you for the rest of your life the retirement to adjust for inflation to allow you to generate the income that you need to to live the lifestyle you want to live so I think that's the the F. super important you know Janet's it's having an income plan so if your goal is Hey you wanna go take two or three trips a year or maybe your you know grandkids live in a different state and you want to go see him every you know two or three months it's mapping out a plan to allow you to have the ongoing income to do the things you want to do to live the lifestyle that you want to live the retirement without having to stress out and worry so much about you know the the daily weekly monthly fluctuations that are going on in the market so it's right it's it's we need to develop plans for clients that are kind of set up into different buckets right a safety bucket your income bucket for your assets in your growth bucket safety bucket Jen is meant to be more of your short term so what do you need to get to the short term it's their CD's money market treasuries cash what have you income this is a key you know where where that's the income bucket that's generating the income you need to live on a monthly basis and then lastly the growth bucket who knows that could be made up of of a plethora you know think stocks ETFs you know mutual funds although I'm not the biggest fan if we're looking at mutual funds we really need to look at some ETFs first because they tend to have lower costs and can trade you know more often but anyway there's a lot of things that you can do that the key is building a plant in in I believe Jan in that it's not just having a portfolio but we believe it's very important heavy a role written income plan because if you have an income a written income plan that spells out okay for the next thirty years here's where and how we're gonna maximize generating income.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"That's a fascinating idea for you. Know for a series. 'cause I mean a lot of these A lot of these generals into civil war went to West Point together and end up fighting each other and it was indeed a fascinating. It was great and I think the only problem with that was obviously. The cast was fantastic. Dan Futterman with the lead character. wrote Capote and is is right rights for in treatment. Now and it's just a really good really good cast of people. It was just too expensive. Yeah it's a shame obsessive and actually in Hemingway in Gal Horn. I do want to say that. The Nicole Kidman character whose journalist That Hemingway has an affair with is. It was the inspiration for the character in for home developed hole. So this is a this is a big film for. Yeah and and I and that that show got me reading Hemingway again anyway again. I would do and the last time we spoke. You were actually working on a horror script and just wanted to kind of check up with you and see how that was going for you. Well I finished the first draft after. Let my wife read it and that'll be a big Bypass that test and I'm GonNa Start Handing it out to some other people to look at but first draft is complete so I probably have seven more to do. I mean yeah I would say usually have to do at least one more. But as the writer. How do you think it turned out? Well you know I I I pick it up every once in a while and look at it After I get some distance and it's still seems to hold water with me and so I think it's okay Although I looked at a couple of pages the other day and thought I don't know it's tough. We'll see I mean it's we'll see you know I think the big thing will be to You know try to try to conceptualize it in the easiest way to describe to people so that You know could we could actually do something with it now. Your experiences on being human and supernatural to that helps you kinda get into the mindset to write something like that no not so much. I mean I've I've always loved. Har Har Genre really really cool for me. Not like just slasher horror but Conceptual or good stuff. Where the Harz almost incidental to the story or just the catalyst for this for the real story. That's a human thing so I've always dug that kind of stuff and always wanted to write something like that. I mean supernatural kind of had that all those elements to it too you know and definitely. I would look at scripts and tried to study them and asked myself. You know why this works and why it's good but I've always been kind of obsessed with her. I know we'RE NOT GONNA get into details about it but Is it a Is An ensemble piece or is it just like a few characters that kind of thing? It's focussed around a descriptive. Basically around boy girl. Oh cool who are who become best friends? Oh okay I don't know how well that Genre sells you know the K twelve thirteen year. Old Kids but You know stand by me. Did pretty good it did. He has hit and that was. That was a while ago. Who hopefully hopefully putting this kind of coming of age story within. Couching it within this This har- Genre can can You know make it watchable as far as what you would like to do with it. Are you looking to first of all? Yeah Yeah I think so. I'd like I'd definitely like something like that. I have no idea how to approach something like that. I'll find out. I've got some friends now. That have offered to help me with projects if I want to want to do them. And they're they're they're very good businessmen's I'll leave that stuff up to them if they liked the project and figure out where best marketed and how to how to be a part for you and it. Would you like to even do like a little cameo? Sure I'd do apart. Yeah there's the part of the DAD is Who's kind of a complex character and secretly drinking even though his son knows that he's drinking and Who you know ends up kind of becoming pretty instrumental part in the final moments of the of the pace. So I wouldn't do that if I had to have me so is there. Do you have ideas? Are you just concentrating on getting this done or do you have any other ideas for anything else? You Want my. I've got some ideas as well. I've got two other things that I'm starting. I'm starting outline on one of them so I'm GonNa have to do some you know. Film study on on the idea of starting to work on that one which would be kind of Political in nature that kind of thing to the fool triumphant. Kind of Let's see how that goes so is writing something you've been doing all your life or did you just recently pick it up or no you know? I just been kind of recently doing it as a as a help to my acting and studying story as a help to myself as an actor into the teacher by find it supplements that so. I'm still the primary thing is is acting but if I can say something that needs to be said. I'd I'd love to to do that because I feel like as an actor. You're kind of a secondary force in the creative process. You know you're like the you know the the saxophone player interpreting the music and playing. And that's that's amazing but nothing like the composer himself. Yeah that well. Yeah but I think also actors have a hand in in the kind of the refining of the character and change the notes that little bit so to get it. Just right to.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Will to this. Is Tony to Lotto. And today I have a conversation with Mark Pellegrino. He certainly has made his impact as go to guest star playing memorable roles and lost supernatural and being human I had spoken to him before and we catch up and we also talk about his script writing efforts on a Harf we start off the conversation talking about working with the cast of being human and what the atmosphere on the set was like atmosphere that kind of develop their. We all became such such good friends that it was. It was a joy to go to work every day and work with really really like I mean I feel like me and Sam with were developed to a really really really good friendship with each other. That has this continuing to this day. I mean as far as his the character when you first started playing him. Was there a definite direction that he was going to go? And there's like a quality that you brought to him that he always trying to see how far he can push. I always liked that about my. My sense of of the character was was motivated by the story of the Prodigal Son and I felt like if anything bishop was he was trying to bring his son is is sorely missed misinformed and an unfortunate Son Who's WHO's adopting all the wrong values and going down the wrong path and and if anything challenging him constantly challenging him With the truth. Try to to try to disillusion him you know and and try to bring them back into the fold so I took all of those things as You know you look at it from the outside and fair. Bishop is constantly manipulating aiden. And he's playing a game with him and I always felt he was challenging him. I always felt he was trying to let him experience his life and go as far as a father should allow his son always trying to bring him back by saying you know I have a stronger argument then you you know and they stronger argument is is our nature and you can't fight your nature. Your nature is what it is in this package taking his very dangerous. I'm hoping that familial element made the character and the interaction between the two interesting. Yes I I. Just like their backstory going back to the revolutionary war when he created him he was his maker. I guess sire. I'm not sure how they call it for empire wise but I like that long history and so he's been he's been getting into his head for a long long time and that was fun to watch. I like during during that season how they showed the value turns between the two of us. There was a time when when Aden kind of dominant over me and I was smitten with You know a normal women on the outside and thinking about turning my back on the vampire world and and the power position you know in the fifties was was different between the two of US and I. I like seeing that as well but I think that lost that loss where I made the choice In that season of of family or my own self interest I family over my own self interest in that I think changed bishop forever. What's interesting is also how. He kind of weaved himself into so many areas of the city so he was able to carry out what he was doing. And and kind of be above the law. You know for now is very interesting to watch. It took two. He obviously had a lot of experience being an older vampire so he knew what he was doing. Yes indeed yeah and I think he had a plan I think his you got a plan that in the end kind of turns out to be very insidious and a little. Hilarion you know he I think he. He really felt that his race was oppressed. And he I think he wanted to build up a huge network of an army and and Take OVER THE WORLD. Had A big big chip on your shoulder in in a way definitely. Wasn't your plan originally that you would just be doing the first season or was there. Did you have that idea when you took the role? Yeah well I I knew that in the The original BBC version. That my character sake came back to life. So you know being a supernatural genre. You know anything's possible. But I knew I knew I was GONNA be ended after the first The first season and then the debate has been on about Rx. Exactly what to do with this bishop character. I think there's still so much to be mined between eighteen bishops. There's so much deep deep deep stuff. Oh absolutely especially. Since the second season you know turnabout was fair. Play in a way and I really liked the fact that Aden begins to experience. The things bishop had to experience when his son and he started fighting and it reminds me of that very human element you know like how how parents and children reach a certain point where they kind of have an anti relationship and it's not until the child has has children of their own. They start to disguise discover that their their parents. Maybe weren't so bad so horrible and they've been finding themselves saying and doing the very same things and they start to identify with their parents a little bit more and they become friends again. Exactly exactly so. I'm hoping something like that down. The Road Can can happen in the in the series. I think one of the things I think they're doing is. I think they've managed in this season to really forge your own path away the BBC series. And I was actually thinking the other day. I think it would be neat. To kind of have a crossover between the two shows. I think that'd be fun. 'cause I think they're both established in their own way now. I think it'd be cold this either. That would be cool one of the things you in. You're in the last few episodes of Chuck. And what was that like? I mean what was the set like knowing that we're going to wrap and that was it for them. You know I mean. Everybody was at the time that I was there. I don't you know everybody was still in work mode. And so they weren't at that nostalgic stage where you know there's a little bit of sadness That you know that the party can be over soon so everybody was still. Kinda just humming along you know and I was surprised to go back. I don't even think my character in the the first time I The first time I work on the shot here we think my character name. I think it was fulcrum agent or something. That's right that's right so I was like when when I when I heard. They wanted me back for the finale. I was pleasantly surprised. Surprised that that's cool and for supernatural. Had you look back on Lucifer? Now have the character was and how he's evolved during the course of your your time show. Well you know I I look back on Lucifer as as a revenge story and now he's kind of he's kind of devolved a little bit become become a bit of a petulant child because he's kind of trapped and left to antagonizing uh Sam and he's he's literally got Too much idle time I just. He's just left to these kind of petty little vengeful Practical jokes so he's kind of evolved in stature. I think I'm and I'm hoping somewhere down the line again. He's able to express himself. Because I I like his argument. You know and I like the fact. The show made him on on his introduction. One of the guy at one of the few guys telling the truth. Yeah completely honest never lied never his. His viewpoint was definitely unique to say. The least that was that was cool about him. This was a show that you know people were they were gonNA say originally can do five seasons and they're still going and it's really amazing it really a testament to the fan base and and really the writing on that show. It's really a great show. Yeah I think the writing is great. I think I love everybody on the show. One of those one of those things again where you feel like you're working with family and and And the fan base is awesome. Sometimes I do these Convention I have met some really really amazing people And remain friends with them. Yeah scored a great. Yeah it is pretty cool. After we talked I obviously I saw the last episode of lost and Jacob. Wow that was that. That part really defies description. I mean people are still debating what exactly Jacob it was. Yeah it was really a really cool part that we know with the water and everything that was so many different beliefs kind of filtered into who he was and I. That's what I liked about it. What a great character. Yeah I did too and And I like the fact that he was very gray that that in his problem in in a sense was kind of the problem of all the characters. I mean to me that the show is kind of a redemption show. In a way I could be wrong. It was just my own little thoughts and I think Jacob had the same issue I mean everybody looked at him as a Christ like figure but he he was just as in need of redemption from sin he had committed as everybody else was. Yeah it's great part in. What a finale to that was. That's one that stayed with me for a while and it was a great great show really i. It was great. It was really great now as I hear. You're actually in this really mean a big movie for. Hbo Hemingway and Gal Horn. And you play Max Eastman is at the Eastman from Eastman. Kodak that Particular Gentlemen Eastman you know? I'm not I'm not sure I had very little time to research part but I don't know if it's from Eastman Kodak he was he was one of the founders of the ACLU early on he was He's a very very literary guy who Oddly enough had after what had an antagonistic relationship with. Hemingway encourage him to write. He was the one who kind of brought him into the fold writing. Encourage them right early on and then thought that he lost his sense of themselves. They had a bit of a battle. 'cause he was a bit of a critic and he's been was an interesting character. Because he he was a diehard Communist and at the forefront of that intellectual movement back then very much involved in in in politics as you demonstrate but then went to the Soviet Union and had a complete philosophical turnaround interest and then became persona non grata on the left because he completely turned around and he was very interesting. Character you don't you know all you see in the and then having Wayne Gill Horn thing is the conflict between the two. It's it's kind of reduced to a barroom brawl which didn't really happen. They had a little bit of a wrestling match in their editor's Office on day. Probably instigated by Hemingway with you. Don't get to see how deep and interesting character Eastman is and how how courageous it takes a lot of courage to to turn around like that midstream and to go against values that you've adopted all of your life and friends who believe the same way I mean it's it's an. It's takes a lot of bravery swim against the Stream. And that's quite a cashier working whereas clive on I believe is playing Hemi wearing and Nicole. Kidman's into film to Yes indeed and Robert vowel. That's quite set to walk into every day. Yeah you know. It's funny as I auditioned for the part that Robert Duvall got and I didn't even know Philip Kaufman was directing and Phil. Kaufman directed movie called twisted. That I did and I love him. Yeah he's an amazing guy. And so I didn't even know he was he was He was directing it and when I caught onto the set. He's like mark. I really really loved. You're you're drunk Russian general but I had to give it to Bobby Duval. It was like now. That's okay. Well that's not a bad person that lose a bad person at all and you know. I worked at Clive Owen. Before a really we did a pilot back in like nineteen ninety-one Steven Spielberg pilot called classes. Sixty one it was about. It was about West Point during the civil war when for Fort Sumter happens the cadet that west point divided into north and south. And Yeah it was great and Josh. Lucas was in it. Laura Linney Andre Brower. All these people were unknown at the time. Why was Was One of those guys that you know wasn't known at the time and you can't you can't say anything else as some kind of private we. We went to his first. Strip club together. Which is an ironic experience in the Bible Belt? I'm sure it was actually..

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"pellegrino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We are so weird a few more minutes to go with Charles Pellegrino them will go to open lines coming up on coast to coast Charles Pellegrino does not have a book out on this particular topic but it it is often spent time researching these real stories of scientists attempting to solve problems and then it made novels out of them as well as being a scientist in his own right who is in fact I've been the victim of push back with some cases violent push back and being the victim of a of online hope sing too when he was telling the truth about things which some people online just didn't want him to do thought nothing about destroying his career just because they didn't like what he was saying and I I think this is moving forward that's one of my greatest fears what's your greatest fear is you're thinking about cove in nineteen what do you think we should be most worried about what do you think we if you were to make any sort of prediction about what we need to do better as a population what do you think that is well I I think it might scare you started the mentality of the mob and yeah it's special things that go out into social media and warnings then after go I have no people don't be gargling with Clorox and the other extreme that a couple of weeks ago John Oliver was talking about that yeah the other extreme is where people go wow I'm immune and they'll be looking subway handles strap him interested subways but I I mean it is kind of scary when I hear that corona beer sales went down almost right away new ways which means there is a significant fraction of our population that is really one plus one equals three stupid or yeah well I mean for certainly for the corona corona virus connection I think we would all agree you don't have to you don't have to utilize that I think everybody's good that anybody who tried to make the corona beer corona virus connections that's pretty dumb to actually change the sales of the new year I don't I still don't understand the toilet paper thank well I don't get bad a long I mean what I I'll explain it to you when we yeah yeah I get that but I'll explain that to you I think it still comes down to is ever there when they're telling people get enough stuff you have to go out for two weeks and so if you're in a family of four what you gonna do and your any let's say you're out of your down your low on toilet paper in the house anyway you're going to go buy one of those big seventy two roll things or something and it and what happens is is it like on a typical Saturday nobody would think twice about somebody going to Walmart and buying a seventy two rolls shrink wrap thing and looking it out to their car nobody would even question that but what if suddenly a thousand people do it all at once well there you got a problem and that's the problem so I mean we I think people were trying to do the right thing it just turned into some sort of weird paddock I don't think they were I don't think there was any disconnect in terms of like people thought that you know the better the toilet paper the less of a chance they had of getting the virus I think they were just trying to avoid having to go out yeah I it's just there's so many other things that I would think to stock up on first but then again I used to live occasionally adding the words in the desert so I think as well as we run short on toilet paper we're in New York City and damn the block well does the new York times than the New York Post he got that going for you so no big deal you did mention something that I just want to say have you vetted this whole Lysol thing R. yeah I mean Lysol I wouldn't it be like last week with my uncle don B. we were looking at that cans of Lysol in local store and he's you know I don't think this cap is right it was the pressurized wanted sprays and self and not so no no no no you don't do that I can fix it in the spring because both in the face the my why women live longer I a shortage of the Lysol here although I've heard many there's a rush on Lysol but that's one of the things that really breaks up viruses very well and so it's a long review not rubbing it on the hands of young children it's a good thing going inside Europe a bit of Lysol on your hands wash your hands with just a little bit just like soap and leave it on your hands when you going and you touching doorknobs and table tops and everything else using liquid Lysol you're talking about it might not look good listening you can little bit of liquid Lysol one little bottle last year a month or more for that purpose switching but a couple of drops yeah leave the rest of it on the shelf for other people and it is very good with viruses a increases your odds of not catching it very few pretty well you get home you wash the Lysol off with so other simple things you can do get a little plastic baggie slice S. license so in a little plastic baggie and even if you're going around if you're on the subway or something Dr wash your hands and so not tend not hand sanitizer one hand sanitizer most of them are not very good against viruses their anti bacterial well it's interesting of course people taking antibiotics if they have a it's it's not going to do you any good the only time you would want to take antibiotics is it that cold virus got a little out of control when you've got a secondary bacterial pneumonia then an antibiotic will be good yeah I had some of this I think well maybe it's not but I I think some of this could be psycho somatic because I think there are some people who for example they do things when the heat during cold season which have been proven time and time again to not actually improve one's chances of avoiding a cold but they do it anyway because it's worked always worked in the past right and they kind of imagine that they've created some sort of force field around them and maybe that is in itself perhaps something which keeps them healthier their outlook their positive outlook but you're seeing all these tests of new drugs and they do double blind studies because of the placebo effect and one thing that these studies don't say is wow the placebo effect word does quite a lot right someone will say well the police stated the drugs work five to ten percent better than the placebo and the placebo work thirty percent better than nothing at all right it is nice to be with there's lots of pharmaceuticals that aren't nearly as effective as the placebo tunes so that's not terribly surprising back we did a show on a little while ago about the placebo effect even when you tell somebody I'm giving you a placebo arm they were still was still more effective even when you told them eva said this will at this has absolutely no therapeutic value whatsoever we're insisting you do it three times a day and they still got better which I think was so funny but that they were arguing that this is part of our psychological composition but that brings back to the idea of the mob stuff that you're worried about and I I I have to say I kind of agree with that I'm I'm Bob if if the first hours required reading is the great influenza by John berry I think second hour required reading is lord of the flies and and that that thin line be novel it's a great novel but it took it really speaks to that break down between in this case all of these you know proper English schoolboys as a metaphor for society and how quickly they turned in they think it out quickly they went primitive and became a C. game of you know of survival and I think that hard I don't I can't I can't quite imagine what the trigger for that would be like I I don't looking ahead I'm not sure whether hopefully hopefully there is no such thing but if there were join me and wondering what that would take for people to start really big going digging deeper into a sense of anarchy which right now is being avoided we're still maintaining order but what would ever happen the complete breakdown of the stock market we're suddenly nobody had any savings anymore or they were wiped out in there for a one K. which they're hoping for the retirement knowing they're gonna have to spend the rest of their life working I mean that's what I'm that's what I'm wondering is what might be the trigger for that might even be simpler than that I kind of get the impression and looking back for a fifth straight that zero anarchy is really only four meals away yeah in many ways with warlords running everything local waste there is that story I don't know if you thought about the guy who was there's been several people have been kicked off of Amazon because they had hoarded Bob in this case the guy had about eighteen thousand bottles of hand sanitizer big bottles of answer he had been driving around and buying them up and have it and then was selling them it added price gouging right and Amazon caught onto it just simply said no and so now he's stuck with garage full of all of the server that was pure poetic justice but Marjorie sent me my wife sent me an article only has the hand sanitizer that only works against bacterial yes so merger sent me this article I have used did you hear about this that the Massachusetts virus outbreak looks like Italy's but just two weeks ago that it's on the same trajectory as where Italy was it almost the exact same numbers in in Boston and it's all because of a scientific conference that brought people in from around the world to go to the conference and then after they went to the conference many of the people from Italy and other countries in Europe then spread out they were in the United States let's go to Europe yeah let's let's go to Washington even until this week the explorers club we still going to have a annual dinner with people coming in from all over the world and there are not scientists in the explorers club that finally they stated and maybe this isn't a good idea right yeah but in this case a hundred seventy five executives met from around the country and then on wittingly spread the contamination across the city and likely around the world from Boston and is one of the reasons why Boston has become somewhat of an American epicenter for this outbreak and now to get an idea about how we can spread from Warner just even a few people and then you know chain reaction and into the population and even though he had a virus in his novel that was more on a scale with what happened in ancient Rome what happened along the Amazon Stephen king's the stand in an early chapter average and the one guy he goes to a diner in the hands over a dollar bill that's crawling with death and the other guy was going across country with his children and although this is nothing like the fictional virus in Stephen king's the stand yeah Stephen King will die here he's very angry about people calling this virus sometimes calling the captain trips than is pointed out no it is not that helpful responded to remember that the stand and said well how do you know if you can read the book okay there we go right you know.

Charles Pellegrino scientist
"pellegrino" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are so weird a few more minutes to go with Charles Pellegrino them will go to open lines coming up on coast to coast Charles Pellegrino does not have a book out on this particular topic but it it has often spent time researching these real stories of scientists attempting to solve problems and then it made novels out of them as well as being a scientist in his own right who is in fact I've been the victim of push back with some cases violent push back and being the victim of a of online hoax thing to happen when he was telling the truth about things which some people online just didn't want him to just thought nothing about destroying his career just because they didn't like what he was saying and I I think this is moving forward that's one of my greatest fears what's your greatest fear is you're thinking about cove in nineteen what do you think we should be most worried about what do you think we if you were to make any sort of prediction about what we need to do better as a population what do you think that is well I I think it might scare you started the mentality of the mob and yeah it is things that go out and through social media and that warnings then after go I have no people don't be gargling with Clorox and the other extreme that a couple of weeks ago John Oliver was talking about that you know the other extreme is where people go wow I'm immune and mail be looking subway handles strapped into rush subways but I I mean it is kind of scary when I hear that corona beer sales went down almost right away new ticket which means there is a significant fraction of our population that is really one plus one equals three stupid or yeah Hey these are certainly for the corona beer corona virus connection I think we would all agree on that you don't have to you don't have to utilize that I think everybody's good that anybody who tried to make the corona beer corona virus connections that's pretty dumb actually change the sales of the beer I don't I still don't understand the toilet paper yes I'm well I don't get bad at all I mean what I I'll explain it to you when we yeah I get that but I'll explain that to you I think it still comes down to is ever there when they're telling people get enough stuff you have to go out for two weeks and so if you're in a family of four what you gonna do and your any let's say you're out of your account you're low on toilet paper in the house anyway you're going to go buy one of those big seventy two roll things or something and it and what happens is is it like on a typical Saturday nobody would think twice about somebody going to Walmart and buying a seventy two rolls shrink wrap thing and looking it out to their car nobody would even question that but what if suddenly a thousand people do it all at once well there you got a problem and that's the problem so I mean we I think people were trying to do the right thing it just turned into some sort of weird paddock I don't think they were I don't think there was any disconnect in terms of like people thought that you know the better the toilet paper the less of a chance they had of getting the virus I think they were just trying to avoid having to go out yeah I it's just there's so many other things that I would think to stock up on first but then again I used to live occasionally adding the words in the desert so I think as well if we run short on toilet paper we're in New York City and damn the block well does the new York times than the New York Post he got that going for you so no big deal you did mention something that I just want to say have you vetted this whole Lysol thing R. yeah I mean life so I wouldn't be like last week with my uncle don B. we were looking at that cans of Lysol in local store and he's you know I don't think this cap is right it was the pressurized wanted sprayed himself on the phone no no no no you don't do that I can fix it in the spring for us both in the face why women live longer I a shortage of the Lysol here although I've heard near there's a rush on Lysol but that's one of the things that really breaks up viruses very well and so as long as you're not rubbing it on the hands of young children it's a good thing going inside Europe a bit of Lysol on your hands wash your hands with just a little bit just like soap and leave it on your hands when you going and you touching doorknobs and table tops and everything else using liquid Lysol you're talking about Lysol not liquid licensing and little bit of liquid Lysol one little bottle last year a month or more for that purpose switching but a couple of drops yeah leave the rest of it on the shelf for other people and but it's very good with viruses a increases your odds of not catching it very pretty well you get home you wash the Lysol off with soap other simple things you can do get a little plastic baggie slice a slice of soap in the little plastic baggie and even if you're going around if you're on the subway or something Dr wash your hands and so not tend not hand sanitizer right hand sanitizer most of them are not very good against viruses their anti bacterial well it's interesting course taking antibiotics if they have a it's not going to do you any good the only time you would want to take antibiotics is it that cold virus got a little out of control when you've got a secondary bacterial pneumonia then an antibiotic will be good yeah I do some of this I think well maybe it's not but I I think some of this could be psycho somatic because I think there are some people who for example they do things when the heat during cold season which have been proven time and time again to not actually improve one's chances of avoiding a cold but they do it anyway because it's worked always worked in the past right and they kind of imagine that they've created some sort of force field around them and maybe that is in itself perhaps something which keeps them healthier their outlook their positive outlook but in all these tests of new drugs and they do double blind studies because of the placebo effect and one thing that these studies don't say is wow the placebo effect where it does quite a lot right someone will say well the please see the drugs work five to ten percent better than the placebo and the placebo works thirty percent better than nothing at all right and I threw with there's lots of pharmaceuticals that aren't nearly as effective as the placebo too so not not terribly surprising back we did a show on a little while ago about the placebo effect even when you tell somebody I'm giving you a placebo they were still was still more effective even when you told them eva said this will at this has absolutely no therapeutic value whatsoever we're insisting you do it three times a day and they still got better which I think was so funny but that day was arguing that this is part of our psychological composition but that brings us back to the idea of the mob stuff that you're worried about and I I I have to say I kind of agree with that I'm I'm open if if the first hours required reading is the great influenza by John berry I think second hour required reading is lord of the flies and and that thin line be novel it's a great novel but it's it it really speaks to that breaks down between in this case all of these you know a proper English schoolboys as a metaphor for society and how quickly they turned in they've they how truck of quickly they went primitive and became a C. game of you know of survival and I think that hard I don't I can't I can't quite imagine what the trigger for that would be like I can I don't looking ahead I'm not sure whether hopefully hopefully there is no such thing but if there were join me and wondering what that would take for people to start really big going digging deeper into a sense of anarchy which right now is being avoided we're still maintaining order but what would ever happen the complete breakdown of the stock market we're suddenly nobody had any savings anymore or they were wiped out in there for a one K. which they're hoping for the retirement knowing they're gonna have to spend the rest of their life working I mean that's what I'm that's what I'm wondering is what what might be the trigger for that might even be simpler than mad I kind of get the impression and looking back across history that there are anarchy is really only four meals away yeah and then you went round with warlords running everything local waste yes there is that story I don't know if you thought about the guy who was there's been several people have been kicked off of Amazon because they had hoarded Bob in this case the guy had about eighteen thousand bottles of hand sanitizer big bottles of answer he had been driving around and buying them up and have it and then was selling them at at a good price gouging right and Amazon caught onto it just simply said no and so now he's stuck with garage full of all of the server that was pure poetic justice but Marjorie sent me my wife sent me an article only has the hand sanitizer that only works against bacterial yes so merger sent me this article I have used did you hear about this that the Massachusetts virus outbreak looks like Italy's but just two weeks ago that it's on the same trajectory as where Italy was at almost the exact same numbers in in Boston and it's all because of a scientific conference that brought people in from around the world to go to the conference and then after they went to the conference many of the people from Italy and other countries in Europe then spread out they were in the United States let's go to Europe yeah let's let's go to Washington even until this week the explorers club we still going to have a annual dinner with people coming in from all over the world and there are not scientists in the explorers club that finally they stated and maybe this isn't a good idea right yeah but in this case a hundred seventy five executives met from around the country and then on wittingly spread the contamination across the city and likely around the world from Boston and is one of the reasons why Boston has become somewhat of an American epicenter for this outbreak and now to get an idea about how we can spread from Warner just even a few people and then you know chain reaction and into the population and even though he had a virus in his novel that was more on a scale with what happened in ancient Rome what happened along the Amazon Stephen king's the stand in an early chapter hammered and the one guy he goes to a diner in the hands over a dollar bill that's crawling with death and the other guy was going across country with his children and although this is nothing like the fictional virus in Stephen king's the stand yeah Stephen King will die here he's very angry about people calling this virus sometimes calling a captain trips in a sport that have no it is not bad at all responded to remember that the stand and said well how do you know if you even read the book okay here we go right you know.

Charles Pellegrino scientist
"pellegrino" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We are so weird a few more minutes to go with Charles Pellegrino them will go to open lines coming up on coast to coast Charles Pellegrino does not have a book out on this particular topic but it it has often spent time researching these real stories of scientists attempting to solve problems and then it made novels out of them as well as being a scientist in his own right who is in fact I've been the victim of push back with some cases violent push back then being the victim of a of online hoax thing to happen when he was telling the truth about things which some people online just didn't want him to do thought nothing about destroying his career just because they didn't like what he was saying and I I think this is moving forward that's one of my greatest fears what's your greatest fear is you're thinking about cove in nineteen what do you think we should be most worried about what do you think we if you were to make any sort of prediction about what we need to do better as a population what do you think that is well I I'd say if it might scare you started the mentality of the mob and yeah it's special things that go out into social media and warnings then after go I have no people don't be gargling with Clorox and the other extreme that couple of weeks ago John Oliver was talking about that you know the other extreme is where people go wow I'm immune and mail be looking subway handles strap in the subways but I I mean it is kind of scary when I hear that corona beer sales went down almost right away for you which means there is a significant fraction of our population that is really one plus one equals three stupid or yeah well these are certainly for the corona and your own environs connection I think we would all agree on that you don't have to you don't have to utilize that I think everybody's good that anybody who tried to make the corona beer corona virus connections that's pretty dumb actually change the sales of the beer I don't I still don't understand the toilet paper yes well I don't get bad at all I mean what I when we yeah I get that but I'll explain that to you I think it still comes down to is ever there when they're telling people get enough stuff you have to go out for two weeks and so if you're in a family of four what you gonna do then your any let's say you're out of your down your low on toilet paper in the house anyway you're going to go buy one of those big seventy two roll things or something and it and what happens is is it like on a typical Saturday nobody would think twice about somebody going to Walmart and buying a seventy two rolls shrink wrap thing and looking it out to their car nobody would even question that but what if suddenly a thousand people do it all at once well there you got a problem and that's the problem so I mean we I think people were trying to do the right thing it just turned into some sort of weird paddock I don't think they were I don't think there was any disconnect in terms of like people thought that you know the better the toilet paper the less of a chance they had of getting the virus I think they were just trying to avoid having to go out yeah I it's just there's so many other things that I would think to stock up on first but then again I used to live occasionally adding the words in the desert so I think as well as we run short on toilet paper we're in New York City and damn the block well does the new York times than the New York Post he got that going for you so not because you did mention something that I just want to say have you vetted this whole Lysol thing R. yeah I mean light so I wouldn't be like last week with my uncle don B. we were looking at that cans of Lysol in local store and he's you know I don't think this cap is right it was the pressurized wanted sprays and self and not so no no no no you don't do that characteristics of the sprays us both in the face why women live longer are you sure did you come to my soul here although I've heard near there's a rush on Lysol but that's one of the things that really breaks up viruses very well and so as long as you're not rubbing it on the hands of young children it's a good thing going inside Europe a bit of Lysol on your hands wash your hands with just a little bit just like soap and leave it on your hands when you going and you touching doorknobs and table tops and everything else liquid Lysol you're talking about lights on the liquid licensing and little bit of liquid Lysol one little bottle last year a month or more for that purpose switching when a couple of drops yeah leave the rest of it on the shelf for other people and but it's very good with viruses a increases your odds of not catching it very soon pretty well you get home you wash the Lysol off with so other simple things you can do to get a little plastic baggie sliced a slice of soap in a little plastic baggie and even if you're going around if you're on the subway or something Dr wash your hands and so not tend not hand sanitizer right hand sanitizer most of them are not very good against viruses their anti bacterial of course people taking antibiotics if they have a it's it's not going to do you any good the only time you would want to take antibiotics is it that cold virus got a little out of control when you've got a secondary bacterial pneumonia then an antibiotic will be good I some of this I think well maybe it's not but I I think some of this could be psycho somatic because I think there are some people who for example they do things when the heat during cold season which have been proven time and time again to not actually improve one's chances of avoiding a cold but they do it anyway because it's worked always worked in the past right and they kind of imagine that they've created some sort of force field around them and maybe that is in itself perhaps something which keeps them healthier their outlook their positive outlook but in all these tests of new drugs and they do double blind studies because of the placebo effect and one thing that these studies don't say is wow the placebo effect where it does quite a lot right someone will say well the police if the drugs work five to ten percent better than the placebo and the placebo works thirty percent better than nothing at all I then I threw with there's lots of pharmaceuticals that aren't nearly as effective as the placebo too so not not terribly surprising back we did a show on a little while ago about the placebo effect even when you tell somebody I'm giving you a placebo they were still was still more effective even when you told them you said this will at this has absolutely no therapeutic value whatsoever we're insisting you do it three times a day and they still got better which I think was so funny but that they were arguing that this is part of our psychological composition but that brings us back to the idea of the mob stuff that you're worried about that I I I have to say I kind of agree with that I'm I'm a if if the first hours required reading is the great influenza by John berry I think second hour required reading is lord of the flies and and that didn't line be novel it's a great novel but it's sick it really speaks to that breaks down between in this case all of these you know proper English schoolboys as a metaphor for society and how quickly they turned in they think it out quickly they went primitive and became a C. game of you know of survival and I think that hard I don't I can't I can't quite imagine what the trigger for that would be like I can I don't looking ahead I'm not sure whether hopefully hopefully there is no such thing but if there were join me and wondering what that would take for people to start really big going digging deeper into a sense of anarchy which right now is being avoided we're still maintaining order but what would ever happen the complete breakdown of the stock market we're suddenly nobody had any savings anymore or they were wiped out in there for a one K. which they're hoping for the retirement knowing they're going to spend the rest of their life working I mean that's what I'm that's what I'm wondering is what might be the trigger for that might even be simpler than mad I kind of get the impression and looking back across history that there are anarchy is really only four meals away yeah and then you went round with warlords running everything local waste yes there is that story I don't know if you thought about the guy who was there's been several people have been kicked off of Amazon because they had hoarded in this case the guy had about eighteen thousand bottles of hand sanitizer big bottles of answer he had been driving around and buying them up and have it and then was selling them it added price gouging right and Amazon caught onto it just simply said no and so now he's stuck rosh full of all of the server that was pure poetic justice but Marjorie sent me my wife sent me an article only has the hand sanitizer that only works against bacterial yes so merger sent me this article I have used did you hear about this that the Massachusetts virus outbreak looks like Italy's but just two weeks ago that it's on the same trajectory as where Italy was at almost the exact same numbers in in Boston and it's all because of a scientific conference that brought people in from around the world to go to the conference and then after they went to the conference many of the people from Italy and other countries in Europe then spread out they were in the United States let's go to Europe yeah let's let's go to Washington even until this week the explorers club we still going to have a annual dinner with people coming in from all over the world and there are not scientists in the explorers club that finally they figured and maybe this isn't a good idea yeah but in this case a hundred seventy five executives met from around the country and then on wittingly spread the contamination across the city and likely around the world from Boston and is one of the reasons why Boston has become somewhat of an American epicenter for this outbreak to get an idea about how we can spread from Warner just even a few people and then you know chain reaction and into the population and even though he had a virus in his novel that was more on a scale with what happened in ancient Rome what happened along the Amazon Stephen king's the stand in an early chapter hammered and the one guy he goes to a diner in the hands over.

Charles Pellegrino scientist
"pellegrino" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Well I can only be last train from her Rocha by Charles Pellegrino yeah yeah yeah yeah but that's an easy one he's my buddy I talked him like three twenty absolutely brutal book yeah our boys yeah everybody's got to read that book yeah and it's still out in the re issue and it's and it's it's it's just it is a terrific book I haven't on kindle and I was reading it we had a I had that I needed something to read as waiting for a plane and I was just going through some my kindle books and I went back and re read some now controversy about that which was right no you're exactly right so this is part of why he and I are staying in conversation he was lambasted for two things both of which were unfair the first was that he had gotten hoaxed in the very original edition of the book by a guy who had boxes of documentation that showed that he had been on the Enola gay no he had been in the chase plane for the Enola gay and that he had he was a witness who was a first hand witness and he had evidence that one of the bombs was a dud and he and and so Charlie went with that and that was in the first edition of the book and then it was exposed afterward that that guy in Hoechst Charlie and he had been claiming his whole life that that was him he commenced everybody at the local veteran's hall and he convinced his wife and everybody believed him and do with that it was proven that that was a hoax and then a lot of people came after Charlie after that and they claimed that he didn't have his PhD that was that was just terrible he was a brilliant author you too and he did have his peachy and they did take it away from him in Australia I proved that for him because I thought it was really unfair and I I actually wrote about it and and he was a hundred percent right he did get Hoechst any felt bad about it but the second editions of the books and all the subsequent editions of the books that have the hoax taken out it's still a great book as you point out well good I'm sorry I I looks like a lost you but thank you so much for saying that because I I love him and he's a good guy David is in Montreal on coast to coast for his favorite show from the last ten years on coast to coast David are you and how you doing this is one of your tasty Canadian love that go ahead but what's your favorite you know it's funny I think a lot of people like myself invariably we tune in to hear a lot of the UFO shows over the years you know with art bell and so on and I do remember a few yeah about two three years ago if it's that long George Knapp put together show that was not even close to UFO related with about the Irishman but the movie that's out now yeah really all about the mobster about the guy who was the hit man now they say he killed Jimmy Hoffa right show was probably the best show I've ever heard captivating how we describe the hit man and how about Felino you know the mobster hired him as a great great show well nobody knows more about that type of mob activity that George Knapp the work he did in Vegas of course working in investigating the mob and and some of their other previous hits on well known people he was the right guy for that show I wish I'd heard it it sounds like a real good one west of the Rockies Brian is in Washington Utah on coast to coast Brian hi Ian how you doing good your favorite show over the past ten years blessed as we wrap up this ticket well this is a cell that I'm pretty sure you are the host of the and if you were you you probably don't want to think about it you interviewed I'm not there of some book about Edgar Allan Poe you remember that show I don't but tell me more about what you remember the guy didn't know a thing you you have all those great fat found round holes biographical stuff relate from this author thanks to all I didn't know that another story that without Paul he would spend all know that that's true and that's where I was laughing my story okay I have to look that up and find out because I am completely block the let it know thing you you were giving all these great he tells yes I don't know he was a music concert or what that is to be one whole area because he didn't know Jack okay so like I got hoaxed you know it's funny is that that's not it's that's happened more than a few times where I read somebody's what usually happens is I read somebody's book and then I interview them and they don't remember what's in their book and so I'll ask him a question from a dog eared page and I'll like pull the question right page ago no I don't have any idea what you're talking about and I'm like well over here fifty to sixty seven no I don't I didn't write that he had no discussion of some things our own work of spam on what to do because you don't want to bear somebody right I hope that you know I I kind I kind of hope that happen to me so that didn't happen to somebody else on coast to coast I'm willing I I really I hope that was that was me and I've just forgotten about it because I hate for somebody else to have to go through that but it wouldn't be the first time that's so funny and a very good friend of mine recently referred that to refer to that as when I have a sock puppet gasped I want to have a guest and I have to treat them like a sock puppet I thought that was wed and they said that to me and now I'm laughing because of what you said and I'll be laughing all night actually is that would come out perfect thanks to stop I don't know that I could go on anyway I I will offer correction but it's not really so the author we had on about Charles the big the Charles Lindbergh baby called himself Charles Lindbergh junior but that wasn't his birth name he.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well I can only be last train from her Rocha by Charles Pellegrino yeah yeah yeah yeah but that's an easy one because he's my buddy I talked to him like twice absolutely four yeah our boys will yeah everybody's got to read that book yeah and it's still out in the re issue and it's and it's it's it's just it is a terrific book I have it on kindle and I was reading it we had a I had that I needed something to read as waiting for a plane and I was just going through some my kindle books and I went back and re read some now no controversy about this rate no you're exactly right so this is part of why he and I are staying in conversation he was lambasted for two things both of which were unfair the first was that he had gotten hoaxed in the very original edition of the book by a guy who had boxes of documentation that showed that he had been on the Enola gay no he had been in the chase plane for the Enola gay and that he had he was a witness who was a first hand witness and he had evidence that one of the bombs was a dud and he and and so Charlie went with that and that was in the first edition of the book and then it was exposed afterwards that that guy in Hoechst Charlie and he had been claiming his whole life that that was him he convinced everybody at the local veteran's hall and he convinced his wife and everybody believed him and do with that it was proven that that was a hoax and then a lot of people came after Charlie after that and they claimed that he didn't have his PhD that was that was just terrible he was a brilliant you too and he did have his peachy and they did take it away from him in Australia I proved that for him because I thought it was really unfair and I I actually wrote about it and and he was a hundred percent right he did get Hoechst any felt bad about it but the second editions of the books and all the subsequent editions of the books that have the hoax taken out it's still a great book as you point out well good I'm sorry I I looks like a loss you but thank you so much for saying that because I I love him and he's a good guy David is in Montreal on coast to coast for his favorite show from the last ten years on coast to coast David are you and how you doing this is one of your tasty Canadian go ahead but what's your favorite you know it's funny I think a lot of people like myself invariably we tune in to hear a lot of the UFO shows over the years you know with art bell and so on and I do remember a few yeah about two three years ago if it's that long George Knapp put together show that was not even close to UFO related with about the Irishman but the movie that's out now yeah really all about the mobster about the guy who was a hit man now they say he killed Jimmy Hoffa right show was probably the best show I've ever heard activating how we describe the hit man and how about Felino you know the mobsters hired him this is a great great show well of nobody knows more about that type of mob activity that George Knapp and the work he did in Vegas of course working in investigating the mob and and some of their other previous hits on well known people he was the right guy for that show I wish I'd heard it it sounds like a real good one west of the Rockies Brian is in Washington Utah on coast to coast Brian hi I'm Ian how you doing good your favorite show over the past ten years less as we wrap up this decade well this is a cell but I'm pretty sure you are the host of the and if you were you you probably don't want to think about it you interviewed I'm not there of some book about Edgar Allan Poe you remember that show I don't but tell me more about what you remember the guy didn't know us saying you you have all those great fat soon round holes biographical stuff relate from this author all all I didn't know that another story and the whole he was sent all know that that's true and not without just laughing my so I have to look that up and find out his name clearly block let it know thing you you were giving all these great details yeah I don't know he was a music concert hall one plans to issue one whole area because he didn't know Jack okay so like I got hoaxed you know it's funny is that it's not it's that's happened more than a few times where I read somebody's what usually happens is I read somebody's book and then I interview them and they don't remember what's in their book and so I'll ask you a question from a dog eared page and a light pole the question or have pages ago no I don't have it if you're talking about and I'm like well over here fifty to sixty seven no I don't I didn't write that it's like you have absolutely no discussion of conversation our frame work of stammering what to do because you don't want to bear somebody right I hope that you know I I kind I kind of hope that happen to me so that didn't happen to somebody else on coast to coast I'm willing I I really I hope that was that was me and I've just forgotten about it because I hate for somebody else to have to go through that but it wouldn't be the first time and it's so funny and a very good friend of mine recently referred to that to refer to that as when I have a sock puppet gasped and went into the guest and I have to treat them like a sock puppet I thought that was when they said that to me and now I'm laughing because of what you said and I'll be laughing on it actually is it would come out perfect thanks to stop I don't know that I could go on anyway I I will offer a correction but it's not really so the author we had on about Charles the big the Charles Lindbergh baby called himself Charles Lindbergh junior but that wasn't his birthday he.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

10:33 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"We just actually had a release this week of our newest book. Goodnight Firefly's came out this week and so we have five books in the market by the end of the year. We'll have another four and and so we'll have about nine to ten books this year. Total and then next year will be releasing another five to seven. So it's awesome. Yeah I'm going to circle back to to the titles and what how you recommend books for you know elementary chapter books and middle school and so on because I do think that people struggle with that But I wanNA stay on your finding your path in your journey. I and I was. I was GonNa ask you about this because I really highlight these kind of things when I'm doing the PODCAST. Because so many moms feel like have these ideas and you know they just don't know what to do with it or they may be afraid to take that step or they may not feel good enough and so whenever a mom comes on and they've talked about taking kind of a leap of faith and stuff like that. I like breaking it down a little bit so that the moms can hear her. How other moms did it you know? And what they went through so it kind of gives them some encouragement that they can do it themselves to and so I would imagine you. You probably had some fear at some point trying to go after this right. Oh my goodness yes. When I first approached my husband I was like how do I explain to him that I don't don't WanNa go back to teaching fulltime? That's funny how do you take that you know and take because it had been my life for fifteen years I taught before we met I taught after we got married buried and so that was a hugely but also because I mean it's publishing it's not In for me it was not the same setting EPA t shirt shop op. Or you know going out and maybe starting service type oriented business This is an industry that is very steeped in tradition. Then there's a lot that goes into it there's a lot of capital upfront. And so when I first started putting together I really kind of thought it was a little nuts. I'm I and I spent a lot of time in my prayer life saying Lord I am not the right person for this this is you got somebody mixed up because this is not. How am I supposed to do this? But I do have a bit of an entrepreneurial mindset and it just wouldn't leave me alone and so the more I mapped it out. I pushed myself to actually go out here in the Dallas Fort Worth area where I'm based there are a couple different publishers of different genres and I reached out to them and I asked for you know just an hour of their time and was able to run my business plan by very eight different people in the industry and say what do you think of this idea. Mike Harwood I really go about starting this. And what would make this work and by doing that in a lot of ways of validated for me What the Lord was telling me but at the same time it also validated? That I wasn't just just making this up out of thin air that this is a valid business plan and I think as Christians sometimes we get stuck and say well we're being called to something but you know I I'm on the lower take care of the business side in. Yes he will but you have to do your leg work you know. He he wants you to actually do your research and so I spent some time doing that but I did have to overcome the fear of feeling insecure about my knowledge of the industry and I had to really put my teacher brain to work and say I'm going to research this and you know the lingo. I'm going to study and I had to really go back to school and in a way because I had have to figure out if I could really do this and do it. The way that I felt was the right way so there was a lot of challenges in. I mean we're going to I four this year but we have grown almost too fast and so we're interesting having to yes yell you know do and figure out how to maintain my. Oh so yeah. I could imagine that I've I've dealt with companies to that I can see that they're going to fast and they don't have the infrastructure to really handle it and so so you know I think a lot of people think oh my gosh it would be so great to grow so fast but really it is better to kind of pace yourself because then you'll get so overwhelmed and you lose business because you don't have all those systems in place and whatnot. I'm I wanted to ask you. What do you think was the biggest challenge for you? Do you feel like it was that you had to learn this as like if you had like you had to go back to school. I'm just trying to think like if someone was listening to you. Is that like a big piece piece of advice that you would give somebody that you almost have to treat it like. You're going back to school to learn something if you feel that. You don't have enough knowledge about the topic. I think you do need to know. I don't know that that's the biggest hurdle when you're passionate about something that's when you're most excited in the most eager to learn so I think think that's it. It's a bigger piece of it. You WanNa know the INS and outs of it. If you're starting let's say you decide that you're gonna you know monogram something and that's going to be your business. You need to know what materials to work with. You need to know the best way to do the process. You know in a quick amount of time to turn your product so there's definitely a learning curve but I think really the biggest biggest thing in the biggest challenge in any industry and a lot of people. Don't WanNa talk about it. But it's the financing like. Are you going to pay for Your Business now in Mike case I had to take. I mean we're talking about a huge leap of faith. I had fifteen years of teacher retirement. Say Bet and when I sat down and thought about this you hear all those stories the people maxing out credit cards and they traded in this that and the other and I went to my has been going to use my teacher retirement to start this company. New You know could have heard a pin drop when that. Yeah just like you want to do what. Yeah but yeah. You have to figure out how you're going to fund what you're doing because there is capital whether that's renting renting a space weather that setting up your online portals whether that's you know having a product and materials and travel in all of those things so I think a lot of times we go into business like this and we're so excited and so learning is like come second nature like I'm GonNa Absorb Dislike But but Bennett's the nitty gritty details of things. We don't really want to spend time on like money that can make or break your business and so we hear it so many times most businesses. I don't remember the percentage of businesses go belly up within the first two years and that was a statistic that I didn't I didn't want to have and so are there are things that I wish I could go back and do differently but I know that for me that was I had to fund it myself. I don't want to go to a bank at person. Say yes I ne- alone. I wanted to say I did best and I used mine because I say what I'm doing but also if I lose it's it's on me Ariana on somebody else so I'm that was a really big thing for me and my husband because we consider this a family business and so he had to be behind me on this. It wasn't something that I necessarily have ask his permission for but it was something that was important to me that he supported it and if he didn't support it then we need to sit down and figure out why yen my parents are retired. And they're helping as well so it really is family business in that sense in and so I think when you're starting out you really need a really strong business plan. You really need to spend some time figuring out. WORST CASE SCENARIO BARRIO. Not just best case. Scenario right yeah before we move onto the next you know talking about the books and all that kind of stuff Let me ask you because you were so transparent transparent with how you got the money which. I'm grateful for you sharing that because I do feel like a lot of people sit there thinking. Well how how are people doing it you know. Are they going into debt. Are they taking taking loans or are they taking from the retirement so I appreciate you saying that now that you've done that do you regret that or do you feel like that was the best plan for for you. Oh I don't have any regrets on that. No and I think it was the best plan because it gave me the freedom to use the money. How maybe he? I wanted to but also to invest it where I wanted to and I didn't really feel like I was limited at that point now in in publishing when you have a lot of capital outlay at front your As a traditional publisher not a hybrid. Not a self publisher. You're you're taking on the contract of the author author and you're taking care of illustrations in putting together in the printing and distribution and all of those different pieces that go into making a book that you know before before I started this. I don't even think I ever thought about so. It is a lot of many at front so really we had to sit down and say okay. How much does it cost to put one up together and there are differences between a picture book versus a novel? And so you really have to think about when you're financing your business. You really have to spend some time looking at okay. This one product. I can put all my money on this one product or I can spread it out and do multiple because this is where. I'm going to cut costs or this is how I'm GonNa do this. And you have to think about your going to partner with and you're gonNA contract with in who you're going to distribute through but I think ultimately for us that was the best decision We've been fortunate in terms of just being able to continue the process going into our fourth year but it is challenging Alan Djing because you also have to think about your return on investment. Like what are you going to get back out of. This is he gonNa pay the bills and so I think we don't get enough and I don't know that it's because there's not stuff out there because there is in Webinars podcasts. casten going to conferences and things like that but I think a lot of times we forget those pieces and it's very easy to feel overwhelmed in in like. It's a very daunting topic. We need to have that business mindset even within Christian business because if anything we should be held to that higher standard there'd be a good steward of what God gives us and so you really do have to spend a lotta time working through that. Yeah no I agree and those those are really good points okay..

"pellegrino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"His emergency declaration to pay for his border wall. Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump predicted his authority will be an open and closed case. I think we'll do very well. We have absolute right to do that. I have an absolute right to call national security. We need strong borders. A group of sixteen states, including California, New York and Colorado filed a lawsuit yesterday against Trump's emergency declaration, President Trump says he wants North Korea to end its nuclear program. But as long as there are no further tests, he says as he put it he's in. No, rush for Pyongyang to denuclearize at the State Department. Deputy spokesperson rubber Pellegrino says with the president set to meet Kim Jong UN in Vietnam next week, the US objectives haven't changed chairman Kim's commitment to denuclearization. Punt which the world is focused right now. And that's that that is that is our that remains article Trump is meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon for the second time on February twenty seventh and twenty eighth. Speaking to reporters at a White House event, Trump said sanctions against the Asian nation would remain in place. In the meantime, still he noted beyond Yang has not conducted nuclear or rocket tests recently, senior White House officials pushed a project to share nuclear power technology was Tony Arabia despite the objections of ethics and national security officials. According to a new congressional report it cites whistle blowers within the administration and says that there were concerns Saudi Arabia could develop nuclear weapons,.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"pellegrino" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on KGO 810

"Do you not get taken aired in handcuffs doing perp walk in front of cameras for anti breaking antitrust laws and more industrial, espionage or? Yeah. Tearing and industrial espionage. Well, we got one more caller left. Charlie. I wanna get to tack that. You're a shame a book. I mean, they got a real joy out of it people like Marjorie Brandman. Well, let's let's. Aligarh? I know so we'll just we'll chill on that. But just to say, I researched all of that. It's all everything you said is true. Let's go to Allie in Washington state. We got time for one last caller if she's quick and your quick to and then we'll go open lights coming up. I know you Allie. Go ahead. You're talking to Charles Pellegrino, Charles, and and and I would like to thank you for this. Call and I would like to say that my late father who did his best to teach me to know the right and the difference between right and wrong when he died, I coveted a book out of his library. And I was wondering if you knew about it. It was copyrighted. I have the original book from nineteen forty six by John Hersey. Of course. Yeah. That was the first book, they managed to publish it. Basically the whole issue. I forget what magazine it was in. But there was heavy censorship at the time, and he interviewed five or six zero Shema survivors, and that was the first really the most Americans heard of it another day detail in detail, and that kind of had some pretty vivid details of it after the first atomic bomb after the second atomic bomb was dropped. And he was really being pressured to do it again and president Truman actually had a lot of. He was horrified by flash burn affects by.

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"pellegrino" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on WTVN

"Eighties. The Canada act of nineteen eighty two isn't that pretty much a Brexit? I think so so I mean, they gotta be careful not to sound hypocritical. And they talk about breaking away and all of that. So I don't know my Canadian history. Very well. But I do know we'll get a lot of Canadian callers coming up later on. We do open lines. We'll get to that. In the second half of the show in the first half of the show. Charles Pellegrino is gonna join us. He's my friend. Charles, you know, from coast to coast AM, that's how I got to know him for literally probably a decade more before I ever met him. Charles Pellegrino, had come on for his various projects. He was he's a researcher. He's a peer reviewed scientist. He's a published polymath. He he writes on a variety of subjects and Charles Pellegrino. Forever. Impacted international pop culture with his foundational work that was used by Michael Crichton park. Charles Pellegrino is responsible for what we call the JPR the Jurassic Park recipe that concept of extracting Dino DNA from the blood of of blood eating insects. You know, biting flies, mosquitoes are what they used in the in the movie, you'll also know some of his research from his books on Titanic, and he impacted the avatar series with some of his scientific speculation that his friend James Cameron used and of course, through his many New York Times best-selling nonfiction science books and his scifi novels. But you might also remember as part of the story of Charles Pellegrino. Is that before the term fake news got traction Pellegrino may be best remembered as an early victim? Of a militias smear campaign portrayed him as a liar and a fraud and ruined his vibrant multi-platform media career. It kind of all started around his book ghosts of the SUV in which he wrote about a particular theories that pertain to both volcanoes and to the towers coming down on nine eleven. So when I stopped doing coast to coast regularly. I made a deal with Charlie. That at some point. I wanted to research all of the things that he ever claimed on coast to coast. I wanted to I wanted to research his victimhood I wanted to research his his assertion that he had a PHD that we should call him, Dr Charles Pellegrino. And that his PHD was taken away from him due to a kind of religious fervor in New Zealand where he had been studying and granted a HD. And other things which had come up along the way. And and I did exactly that when I cleared out when I finished my dissertation, and I wrote the book a black Knight for the bluegrass bell, which was a true crime book about a murder and Kentucky when those two things were done. I called up Charlie. And I said it's time and so Charles Pellegrino with no financial stake in it himself agreed to hours of interviews and cooperation with me and I worked almost exclusively on that for about a year. And I have completed about three quarters of a book about the life of Charles Pellegrino. And all of the things all of the different ways in which he was a victim of really lazy reporting or militias reporting in the mainstream media, and I say that the mainstream news media in particular, and how that echoed into popular culture. I mean, really it's amazing to think that it didn't take that long despite all of his support from all of his celebrity friends people like Isaac Asimov, dozens of media personalities that are only took a few years propeller green, oh to lose his income his career and even his house. So. Really the fact that the Pellegrino even had a career to lose is a story unto itself, and we'll we'll tell that coming up here in a minute. But what's pretty amazing and still amazing is that he keeps fighting. His Hiroshima book, which will tell you more about in just a minute who he'd been on talking about on coast to coast a couple of times is back out again in a new form. And it's very exciting. And an older works of his such as his novel dust, which is based on the scientific speculation of how the world would collapse. If there were no more dust. Is back into consideration again for an upcoming multimedia projects. So so things are looking better for Charles Pellegrino. But it still at amazing story to me that after all of this time and all of this effort to write about what happened to him. The very creator of the Jurassic Park recipe. The guy who was behind. I will get into just a second other things that you already know on coast to coast, I can't sell this book. It's a it's a tremendous story. And it's all true all the research. I did proved everything he ever said was right? And I cannot get a publisher for that book because it's so indicts. Lazy publishers say it does publishers who came out against Charles Pellegrino, people who lined up against him. Who bought into this false narrative about him? And I I still I'm still hoping that somebody will come along and be brave enough to publish it. But not so far. And we have our we have our suspicions as to why. Which we'll get to in just a moment. But the most important thing is the exciting update about the the book to hell and back, which is the the the most recent. Incarnation of the book that he was on originally talking about. About about the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and we'll talk about that plus dust, and we'll tell you just how it is. That Charles Pellegrino has survived since his last appearance on coast to coast AM in for George Noory. This is it..

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"pellegrino" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"pellegrino" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"I don't think it's whenever case. But I I'm not sure either who necessarily runs it. But so that's for some reason. I thought this was like spark a thing, you know. So I was like this is Danny Pellegrino. She's like oh of the Pellegrino family. I I used to know them in Italy. And you're like, no no relation to the water. Oh, they were good friends. Good friends. I love their water. And I was like looking at two of her because I had a lot to drink that night too. And I was just like it was it couldn't have been better. Like, we were just talking about the history of the Pellegrino's in like her knowing the family, I know the Pellegrino's. Yeah. It was like wonderful that she just like wedged in this name dropping moment into our little fan photo. So that was a really exciting experience. Yeah. But today, we're actually here to move a state over from New York, we're gonna talk some real housewives of New Jersey, and you actually had Melissa Gorgon on your show this week. Didn't you I did on Monday. I had her on. And she was so lovely like stunning in person. I actually think she's really beautiful on TV. Yeah. But yes, she was like so beautiful in person. She was very interesting. I was reading into anything. She said she started talking about Joe. And normally in every interview I've seen with her or or on TV when I see your talk about Joe, it's always very complimentary. But she said like her Joe or having some are going through some things right now. And she said it's been hard because she travels and she wants to work in we we're talking about like, the male female dynamics because you know, when they got together it was like a traditional like a setup where it was like he wanted the wife at home. And so it was interesting this week watching it where Joe I mean, I'm we'll get into later. But Joe talking to his daughter and saying. He wanted. You know, hurt a stay at home, or whatever and fulfil that wifely role. And I was I I was reading into it. And I'm like, I wonder if there's trouble ahead for them. I don't know. I don't want that to happen. I just was you know, using my crystal ball and imagining you never know I just I I saw the photos of YouTube together. And it was just funny to me that like Melissa Gorka was sitting on your couch, and like fully like fully made up like like, she was dressed like she was about to go onto entertainment tonight, which but she was on the couch, and I just loved that. I was like. It's just weird. It's like it's like someone came out of the TV and just sat on your couch and did your podcast with you. I know it's totally bizarre for me too. And I wanted to get sprinkle cookies before but they ended up running early which never happens always running late. But I wanted to have sprinkle cookies. Oh my God. That's that's. That's that's a shame. I know. I would have just thrown them in the garbage like Teresa after she left. But yeah, did you play her hit song on display for her? I played in the episode. I played it like a million times but not for her. But I did try to convince her I'm dying, and I would love your input on this. But I'm dying for there to be a holiday Bravo. Liberty album like a.

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Amazon's Bezos gives $10 million to bipartisan campaign fund

Democracy Now! Audio

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Amazon's Bezos gives $10 million to bipartisan campaign fund

"American company after apple to reach one trillion dollars value. Amazon's founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world net worth of more than one hundred sixty seven billion dollars. But what's behind that wealth? What about its workers working conditions and Amazon's warehouses have been the focus of protests union drive several investigations, including by student reporters. Well, a students go back to school around the country. One. We're going to go to a report by a group of your students at Rutgers University, one Gonzales democracy. Now, co host is also a professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Can you introduce this will this is a group of students on my reported class who did a both a written and video. Oh report on on Amazon because there are now about ten warehouses just in the state of New Jersey about that. That fifteen thousand workers that are that are employed by Amazon. This is Kristen Schaal ary of the Rutgers student nineteen millions of Americans every

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