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"peter martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"peter martin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And through a lot work in those discussions it came up that Peter Martins the artistic director of New York City Ballet was receiving a lot of letters complaining about the Chinese to respond and then occur which is a ballet that's performed every year I ventured thank my friend Phil would be able to connect with him and take it from there yeah and so I got a call from Peter Martins the next day and he was in a bind essentially he didn't feel comfortable changing Balanchine's choreography which was pretty iconic but he was uncomfortable by the growing amount of letters that the company had been receiving so we looked at the history of how Asians have been represented in the United States and then we also looked at the history of the valley itself and from there we were able to tease out some of the issues with the dance that were maybe uncomfortable and were maybe overly caricatured so general bowing shuffling head bobbing fu Manchu mustaches it adds up to something that's quite unflattering and Asian people like us today who are alive and in the community you can hold us back you have these couples representing different countries and everyone gets to run out with the normal ballet entrance spouse you would run out and curtsy the Chinese diversifies the only difference not the had to shuffle out and do a very caricatured bow and then shuffle offstage and it was just kind of the first glaring and simple change that could be made aside from the cracker I worked on a ballet called les Sean to receive mail it's a ballet that Balanchine choreographed in nineteen twenty five and the question was how do we revive a historical works when it was originally done in yellow face with the dancers physically have to paint their skin yellow the question I'd like to ask a lot of artistic directors is what else could it be so first of all I look at the costuming is this fantasy is this based in any kind of reality a research it really depends on the specific production but it's empowering artistic leaders to think a little bit broader than what they've just been handed down the year before and asking what else could it be I think also our primary focus is to get artistic directors to dial in to intent versus impact The Nutcracker is globally known and it is a ballet that we take our children to to experience different cultures and why not have that lens be a global lens rather than just a a limited view ballet is an art form that is continually changing so if we're presenting it in a museum setting were saying okay we're looking at this historical work of art then find do it in the way it was done as long as there's the proper context around it but if you're doing this is entertainment then I I think that there has to be a little bit more room for change why are we okay someone stages Shakespeare in the highlands of Japan as opposed to Scotland but the idea of changing a setting for a ballet would be ridiculous I think the biggest thing that I've sort of seen as a result of this campaign as the number of Asian people who are now willing to speak up and wanting to be a bigger part of this work I think that there's a rise in anti Asian prejudice right now because of the corona virus and I think we see it's really easy to demonise other people when we don't have nuanced portrayals of them so what we are fighting for its fine about for yellow face is that the Asians that we portray on our stages are not two dimensional caricatures but have a little bit more new wants a little bit more character so I think we're seeing a trickle down effort and I think this will really make a positive impact in terms of how Asian people are allowed to be in this classical predominantly homogenous white space still ten pound Georgina Pasco given from the campaign group final bow thanks hi am due in June and I'm a musician from Cape Town and you're listening to the cultural frontline hi Michelle Dorrance a tap dancer from the United States and you're listening to the cultural frontline on BBC world service when the new film and then we denounced was first screened in Georgia fall right groups took to the streets of Tbilisi in protest the drama which is been cool George's first LGBTQ plus film has won several international awards and has been celebrated at film festivals in town Chicago and London is also attracted controversy in Georgia with protests from conservative groups the director Levante came describes the movie as his love lessons to Georgia this is Hans is the story of how the rap a traditional Georgian dansa discovers his sexuality while training in the national children ensemble I spoke to the actor he plays around the dons the lead on Gilbert Kiani about the challenges of telling the story since I was a kid this was like a really big part of my life this is like really good way to express yourself and express your emotions without any dialogue many speaking style in a personal level it's it's really kind of like this connection between me and my soul how did you come to be cast in the film and then we danced that's that's quite funny the rector Levin that he found my Instagram profile but I say like no several times in the beginning I'm thinking and I said okay let's let's do it you said no five times to be precise why is it but because of the fear you know like to agree that kind of project in Georgia in that kind of environment.

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Racing Without Gambling

In The Gate

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Racing Without Gambling

"I'm guessing you've heard of the Kentucky Derby Abi to this race that's run usually early in May we haven't yet talked about the Kentucky Derby this year but that's about to change as we're finally starting to get into rounds of prep races that will winnow the field down to twenty for the run for the roses on May the second so to help us do that. We bring in voice. We haven't heard on this show for too long and and that's Jonathan Listener who writes for horse racing nation. Welcome back Jonathan. So before we get into a few specific horses. WHO's impressed you the most so far on the triple triple crown trail? I think Dennis moment to start the list. Dentists moment strikes to lead right at the top of the stretch at Delta. Two lanes lead our three lately for the final final furlong. Dennis this moment with five length lead scabbard with clear sailing up the second but Dennis moment kicks off the road at the Kentucky Derby in a big way. He barely moved a muscle. That we we have it. RESTRAINING NATION DOT COM user generated Kentucky Derby contender rankings and despite his trouble that experience career dentist moment has not left that number. One spot. You talking about a grade three winner. Who was going to be the favourite the Breeders Cup Juvenile L. Stumbles out of the gate? You know he could be undefeated if you look back at his debut he lost his jockey was really no fault zone so he has the two losses and between between them. He's sandwich to really really nice. Looking victories including his debut at Ellis Park they won by like nineteen and a quarter lengths. I think it was so there's a lot of potential there and he's one that I feel like every once in a while you hear about a derby prospect before they make their debut and then we kind of latch onto them I wanna say it was probably roadster roadster last year because Baffert said he could be his next justify American Farrow and obviously it didn't work out there but they'll Romans has talked up Dennis's moment since before he he ran a race. And so we're we're kind of going to the same thing here As far as a couple of other runners eight rings also out of the Breeder's cup juvenile. He's a really interesting. One didn't really run his race. You know the last time we saw him but I think the way he's going to be handled this season. You have to keep paying attention trained by Bob Baffert. He's he's GonNa run him in the rebel at Oaklawn. And then the Arkansas Derby potentially there as well and then another one that you know kind of on the fence about that you know. He's got a lot of towns. Is Max `field scratched from the Breeders Cup Juvenile. He had a little bit of an issue. There it turns out we found out a couple of weeks after that that he had had a minor surgery for a bone chip. But he's not even in serious training now. Well he's he's he's apparently galloping No works yet and so I think they'll have to do the to A. Ah kind of schedule where you hope to get race out of them and then you have a more serious race which I would expect to be something like the blue grass stakes if everything works out well and he's undeniable town. I'm and I think he's GonNa win a major race somewhere down the road. I don't know if it's going to be the Kentucky Derby and then the other one I feel like it's gotten all the conversation is independence hall at at Independence Hall now makes his move. Independence Hall is the leader getting away to lead by two prints of Pharaohs has moved up on the outside. It's Bourbon Bay Independence All L. linked and a half as they come for the quarto prints of Pharaohs on the outside Bourbon Bay. It is independence hall with the lead and now a furlong to the finish Jose Ortiz showing them the whip now goes to work on independence hall. WHO has a three likely? Just a sixteen to the finish at. It's the constitution called Independence Hall. Tailwind Jerome by four Knights won the national stakes by open links came back and won the jerome. It was a little more workmanlike. But he's going to go. Oh into the new year here as another one of the favorites and if I could talk about one more that has sort of attracted my attention a little bit. It's this ancient warrior horse. I don't know what his path is going to look like. He's Jerry Hall android or for trainee. And if you follow racing at all the last year or so. You'll know that. He's SORTA become embattled. Dan from the strike. Group's tracks out in California But I of all these horses that have won maiden races and we'll be going to the stakes. I want to watch that one closely. He's moved him over to Oakland Park. We should see him in an allowance. Race coming up at the beginning of February and then from then on he should be on the Derby trail else. That's one that that I definitely want to see more of well. You mentioned Bob Baffert. And it's tough to talk about the Kentucky Derby Trail Without Bob Baffert and he has a lot more than the one you mentioned. There's thousand words who ran a big race in the low sal futurity. I'm a Roger Federer Fan but you have to give it up for an doll who is also ambassador trainee. Who looked really really good? So I mean you know Bob Baffert certainly knows how to get horses to the Derby mean how many of these prospects aspects of pan out. I see a path for all of them. To be honest. You know and we also have mentioned authentic. It's still authentic coming to the three the eight ball. He's been in control throughout leads by a length and a half to uncaptured hero. It's all authentic as they pass the quarter pole and turned for home authentic and complete Khaliq Command turning it on. He's in front by sex with a furlong left to go. Zimba Warrior and Assault Coast as authentic is putting on a show. Here is a little green gene shifting about but long gone authentic strolls home in the sham. He'll win by about eight lakes green. It's Grafton stretch and just kept going there and another extremely impressive Horse Nidal I. I wonder about him a little bit. You know we've only seen him one time on Sunday and that six and a half for a long race he he looks like Dortmund Ortmann if you go back to two thousand fifteen big horse. That wasn't extremely fast out of the gate but once he got into stride he went straight to the pace and never really let up there. Yeah it's not not really the kind of horse you want to win the Derby but I think you could get to the Derby and then thousand words certainly has every reason to move forward his last race. I think they had probably a little bit the too much blinker on him and he ended up going head to head with that no door that ran in the Breeders Cup juvenile second. I think it's SORTA legitimize both of those horses that they ran so closely in the future. But I think thousand words is probably at least a couple of lengths better then a no door. He just probably didn't see him in the stretch until Flavian Kinda guided him out and it's like Oh with the blinker. The horse realized he had something to run against a win on. So I guess when you talk about horses that I'm looking at in the new year. Thousand Words is definitely on that shortlist list to Jonathan Listener of racing. Nation is with us here on the gate. We've talked a little bit about the Breeders Cup juvenile which was a topsy turvy race. You had three big horses that we've mentioned into all had their problems that day. We haven't talked about the horse. Who Wanted Storm the court for trainer Peter Martin and that would be a very popular win in the racing business? As you know what chance do you give storm the court to back up what he did in the juvenile. Oh probably not much not a lot of black type in the family. I'm not sure if there's any black type from Stanley I'd agree wise. And then you know he was obviously the beneficiary of other horses stumbles in that race You Know He. He goes gate to wire was not really pressed a whole lot and at the same time. I think they took the blinker. They put their blinkers on. I'm sorry and I have not a fan of lemon. That put blinkers was on a horse at that point in their career. I feel like you should be taken them off so that they can relax. Prepare to go a little bit longer. I think that race and the circumstances just all all came together for storm the court and allowed him to upset that race. It's forty five to one. Whatever he ended up that day I'm sort of in agreement? I think with everybody else that the the the better Derby Derby prospect was no door and second in that race going forward. I want to mention because these races have just happened. Enforceable label for Mark Cassie. Who is not missed? A beat after a son norm went out on his own. He had been his father's chief assistant and enforceable. Really good winning the Lecomte. But we haven't seen too many Lecompte winners. Go on to run well in the Kentucky Derby. Where do you put me as a tap it colt out of a dixie union in marriage? The breeding is good. I put him a really high on my list. As far as forces will be in the Derby but I would not put him on my list of forces that I think can win the Derby and I say that because of his running style you know if we go back to almost every year that the point system has been effect and obviously gets rid of those pure your sprinters. It's the horses that can put themselves near the front at the beginning of the race and keep that pace up and never be caught by closers that tend to win the Derby enforceable enforceable is one of those closers. It's inevitable that he's GONNA run into traffic problem you know. I almost hope he sneaks into the Derby and everybody overlooks. Because I feel like he's the kind of horse could come into the super factor. That's probably going to be a really common line of thought. Though I mean I'm thinking a few months out but the soup perfect You know in the era of a favorites winning the Derby is as remain because it's pretty high minimum of really profitable wager for people nonetheless so yeah for me. He's a super effective player. I I I think he's GonNa be okay as the distance is longer obviously is a full brother Mohammed and a half years day. There's a lot there in the pedigree just really impressive on paper and it was good to see him run as well as he did you know He. He broke his maiden at nine furlongs last summer at Saratoga and it looks like okay. Here's a real two year old and I you know he ran into you. Go into a little bit shorter and the breeder security at keeneland and Max field because two things came together and got him beat but he's definitely better horse than he showed that day and it was good to see him back it up the trump

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A Record Tenth Year of the Breeder's Cup, Day 1 Is in the Books

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

A Record Tenth Year of the Breeder's Cup, Day 1 Is in the Books

"Mike Pen Day one is in the books and I'll tell you what happened there in just a minute minute. Am Pacific Time this to fifty five back in the east culminates with the six eastern you can tune in on Sirius Xm two oh one affiliates across the country and you can stream her title as the favorite in the Philly Amir turf then you have the ridiculously deep field. She's looking to state her case for horse of the year honors in the Breeders Cup distaff so storylines Ski Laffit pincay junior one of the greatest of all time he's won multiple Breeders Cup races he spent time tells you all about it you're going to hear from trainer Mark Cassie you're going to hear from hall of Fame Trainer Bob on this road with the top Philly in the country and maybe even a horse of the year candidate you're going to hear AH HR on twitter to weigh in horse racing radio network on facebook if you were it is and we'll try to pass those along later in the program asks her what happened on Friday congratulations to back with the next race that was the juvenile turf it went to number two struck door for Dona Valeria gets the victory in their excuse get the victory in the juvenile fillies turf the daughter of court defeating Annadurai stormed the court trained by Peter Martin Ridden by five and Pratt and what a year

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"He's in the airway, and I brought him out there to show us how to do it. But then when he was there. I was like, you know, what you built leak is perfect. Not just the actor. That you know, basically guys in tire you work on the body. You're not allowed to hitting the face. But in choreography, you can't take those body punches. These guys are really going at it him and EJ we're like really that was a different kind of energy in the desert because when you're pressed for time and trying to move fast. You can't really go choreography choreography take weeks. Remember is so really you're just like box. Yeah. Mean they were going at it might could tell you to show. Yeah. Okay. So they box one for an entire there's the heavy bag. There's like a power is like dig a hole, basically with a sledgehammer where there any other kind of like you came across you were pretty whether they made the move. You're not these kind of cool. Oh, yeah. For sure I mean, you have the how you have sprinting the Mustang. That will scary hell that took most of the time because you have five home my day chasing down down, his Cree and also the huge callback to rocking. One. Iraqi to Iraqi would have these sprint to start jogging. Sprinting stave off a long time. I just thought it was really cool to incorporate the Mustang which was used to be Creamer staying, and we're out of the desert a callback. Iraqi four all the laments men that were really cool and one of my favorite moments. I love the franchise. And that just like that would be really cool call that. That's awesome. I mean size great in the movie, Michael during the great in the movie is a lot of fun Stephen cable. Thanks again for joining. Checkout creed today. Thank you. Take care. All right. So Peter Martin tier I feel like half your segments are trying to get other people to spend money on TV mostly because I am waiting so.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"Sooner most recent issue the magazine the july august issue peter martin headed up our summer blockbusters package what is it about like most summer blockbuster like how they do things and summer blockbusters blockbuster secrets we found some of the cooler scenes and some of the cooler effects and then talk to the guys responsible for making it i mean are there cool movies coming out there are so many big franchise movies three quarters of the movies the summer of franchises biggest one for me mama mia to for that i think it's an august that's abba right yes yes right and see mummy at one the music is that's right that's the whole thing about it move is about pants traveling pants a different movie yeah so the first one was talking about comes out friday drastic world fallen kingdom okay that's the one with the sign that says the park is gone which we're all very concerned i'm concerned about the dinosaurs are in trouble this time oh let's see the meeting where they're like okay okay guys what if what if it was the dinosaurs that we're going to get screwed up who were they in trouble by poachers the real trouble is that there's a big volcanic explosion on the island bad as threatening the dinosaurs and the island okay they're going to bring the dinosaurs back to a sanctuary in the united states and then bad guys takeover they create a new scary dinosaur they can sell as a weapon right it's crazy but on the island in that volcanic explosion we talked to i'm going to say his name terribly but anthony simon i this data's let's just say we talked to anthony the pyrotechnic supervisor okay and he talked us about how when these blobs of lava slam into the ground how they actually make the dirt and dust fly up in the air around it i mean not super surprising their little charges that they put under the ground but what was cool about is that they put heavier stuff on top of the charge to sort of muffle that part so that a ring of debris flies out to the side so the lighter stuff around it they have yourself on top so they're still a little vertical explosion but more of it is the stuff the lights and the dust and dirt would exactly where the blob of lavas gonna have cgi oh figure out the blob spots size sizes the blobs later gotcha and then you have a realistic looking lava blob that comes up friday okay cool what else should we watch the summer i don't wanna promise that you should watch it all right so next one it's a rock movie which you kind of know when you're going in iraq anymore but we used it in the headline so i'm going to double down twain johnson it's called skyscraper and he is a security consultant he's fbi agent okay he's trying to protect the world's tallest building in china and then a terrorist group sets it on fire frames him for doing it yes to save his family and clear his name that sounds like three movies put together i mean that's what rock die hard and taken he's kind of three people put together you can handle it yeah but for that one we talked to one of the guys colin anderson the camera operator is there's just a cool scene where rockies stuff you don't think about he runs down the stairs he's the bad guys run back up the stairs camera operator has to follow him you don't wanna get into doing johnson's way when he turns around so they built a movable section of the wall that we don't have to cut cameraman follow goes into like a weird little like alqaeda he backs up is doing comes towards him steps into this wall that pulls in and then doing goes by steps back behind him and then he can that's very cool yeah that'll continue is shot thing how they pull that off is so cool so look for the wall and that movie that is july twelfth okay and then i guess if we keep it sort of by date okay mission impossible six okay does actually called mission impossible fall out tom cruise whatever you feel about him.

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"peter martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Dorsey speaking about a french catholic priest who was a guiding light for the catholic worker movement peter martin pointed out this very basic duty of the christian lest you share with others and by voluntary poverty get rid of his superfluous goods while men were hungry in the world to go ahead and do everything possible to feed them where they were without homes to shelter them and to contribute one's work one's attitude towards wants work to the common good the world there's a basis of meeting with oil whether they're believers or unbelievers whether they're agnostics or whether they call themselves atheists that on the very ground or the common good men can meet together and try to solve these problems the works of mercy are laid down in the twenty first chapter saint matthew the work of feeding the hungry and folding the naked sheltering harbor listen this is the second visiting the prisoner and burying the dead so on and the catholic worker we pointed out how the works of war are those destruction of food spraying the crops do you fully aiding the jungle in the forest flooding feels destroying homes bombing out villages exact opposite of the works of mercy which are the command which are the the judgement which is lay down new testament the means by which we are to be judged by how we have contributed to our fellow man really by works of war by works of mercy dorothy day recorded in one thousand nine hundred sixty six she passed away in nineteen eighty her granddaughter kate hennessy recently wrote a family memoir kate's mother was the only child of dorothy day and grew up in the atmosphere of charitable giving that suffused the catholic worker movement in a recent interview kate reflected on the importance of developing a humble relationship with a needy person one intends to serve based on mutual giving and.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"High on commonly you kill him you you're a rare would rail wave of a place when six in three get you guys had stunk up to the yeah but but if he's started him earlier you might have made that we are auriol's lead a being right they even in the hunt we'd have been in a hut for sure can we loss at indy which took us out of the playoffs right so kirk cousins you say that he's not the type of player that you can say go are in win gains for us weekin weekout but he can teach touched our engage migration he might be the guy that you rely on to score or put you in a position of score some points if you needed late in the game that type of guy banana gouge put the team on his back iraj is is a guy back team on the back some brady team what a back drew brees team about what what you're saying were bill is said where we've said what washington has said by their actions as that does everyone knows that he's not that do so a wise this no good meal fodder around but here's where about six news about say that we don't really truly even know if that's really realistic all we know is desperate did us the number that actually would people were saying right no team has said that this is what people are saying me here and this is probably what certain people were getting from agents saying it this is what we think is going to be because certainly idled peaked of certain teams like the new york jets there would go out there and give one hundred fifty million dollars guarantee money when they know damn wale is aaraj bright bright now if his air rogers and you can acquire air rogers yeah eughana peter martin give up the two first round picks and a hundred if it yes yes but this ain't iraj it right now this isn't a young drew brees this is in the the matt ryan this is not even that i now so i just think of numbers of gis just number serbian thoroughfare car.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"Obviously by now you have probably realized that the olympics ron if you are anyone who isn't peter martin's the apple tart apple texas of and it's really exciting i love the olympics and i feel like the winter olympics have gotten more exciting over the past few years so we were checking out the new events this year and there are some really cool ones there's mixed doubles curling which but has already been out by the time or you guys are gonna hear the so we're not going to talks much about mixed doubles hurling so we gonna we're gonna explain the other two events to each other so what's yours mind as the mass start speedskating okay which happens at the very end of the olympics the night before the rover saga when you're about to be crushed of the olympics are done the because he's going to have a modern i think my pretty coal mine is the minds big air snowboarding got his really vetting it's so exciting i put on my calendar but because i really excited about it so tonight is the ladies big air finals february's 23rd yet and then tomorrow is the men's bigger final so there's a lot of excite in big air coming your way if men's bigger finalsonly 24th that's when the the mastart speeds oh you're gonna have to fight i don't know they'll do those like like screen and screen thing stir or they don't play them live for us any way for the prime time yeah little shelled on russia so talk to me about mastered speedskating i'm to tell you although i mardi kind of interested in your this is happened before the olympics which with all its kind of crazy they did at once in the thirties oh that's weird the obviously compete they do world championships for this thing there's good american man which is always makes it more interesting if there is an american to through four anyway his name is joey mantilla okay watch out for him to get in any way here's how it works they let you have up to twenty four skaters on the ice at the same time puts comey crazy and how do they normally these feet getting that's the thing this is to try to make speeds getting more exciting because usually it's basically timetrials two guys head to head and then they keep adding up the.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"Berenson this week's curiousity it comes with a bonus idiot that would be peter martin who else are bona city of this week atlanta still the rig kevin disfigured standard it and we also have alec george here to answer the questions luckily not a movie it hopefully we'll find out hopefully not on what is so you guys came by this question by talking about it you were just having a conversation what what was the deal well i think we were talking about anna virus software for just top or laptop computers and then realized my iphone is a computer should that have of our software and i mean andrea i don't mess with android but i'm sure they have the same worries yeah we just didn't know it it seems like it must need it but i haven't even heard of it i assume that's only the people will try to sell me the second i turn my phone on every day but so we thought ought to ask out let's as alex it took me a little bit of research to find out exactly why i know of this off the top of my head so you don't have it do you have any virus software on your phone i do not and i would say living dangerously alec much everybody listening do not get antivirus anything for your phone serlin casper cki so have a mobile app probably i think norton does to right ismic is in your helping the russians influence our next election oh right yeah wait so why don't you need it so it the way funds are built that's different from like a windows computer whatever is the software that comes from somewhere like the app store the the of google playstore is very deeply separated from the real core of the actual phone itself so do much harder for something from an app to actually get into the parts that can really damage for the design is basically it's called sand boxing if you've ever heard that term an example this is wanna d'etate kind of dragging drop stuff between applications at nets plane that's very recently come to like ipads and things like that that's why because it doesn't allow this kind of real cross communication like that the effect of.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"Get sore from your beach body on dementia really yeah well and i'd done p ninety ex before not three on demand portal and this is much better because i have like the envelope of dvds for pena hideous which is not the same that also made me very sore but we've all been noticing you look stronger thank you i've actually been doing yoga classes here in the building and it's nice to be able to do it at home in my room where people that work on the same floors me cannot cac is struggling because i am not though as you surprised people with your beach buddy because nobody knows yuban demanding here at home fans lowly hiding it in might not very professional attire you need to give this service a try right now listeners can get a free trial membership when you text useful to three zero three zero three zero thirty thirty thirty yet oh hey i you'll get full access the entire platform for free all the workouts nutrition information that's free to just text useful to thirty thirty thirty that's useful to thirty thirty thirty if you're worried about the coming apocalypse not that there's going to be a coming apocalypse but if you are concerned that there may be a coming apocalypse given north korea and all that kind of stuff whose button is bigger yes button is bigger i'd not care to find out actually so anyway if your concern about the world becoming nuclear at any time in the near future peter martin has put together a what does is guide to what to do in the case of a nuclear to hug what you should be scared off and what you can do to try to protect yourself if you can save yourself from it so what should we be scared of all of it all of it for the most part of the biggest thing you are be scared of was being close to where the bomb is dropped because eminent basically their rings of destruction that come out of these things if you're in the fireball your dostam in everybody's pretty much dead like annan little test via and then there's one ring outside of that that's a destructive wave ago sound wave basically but an ox everything down you're also dead if you're in that room to it's once you start giving a little farther out.

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"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

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"peter martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the doing of it today's story in folks with great respect they'll be a story tomorrow and won the next day is the giant of ballet peter martin's of the new york city ballet full disclosure folks i saw him and his prime with suzanne furrow whose is extraordinary i guess mr martens age seventy one is done does this and or do you just assume this continues day after day after day well i'm not sure entirely when you know it'll and um i think that this is definitely a wave that people are going to be writing for a while you know i i look check here i a speak for over orleans some of these articles that were reading are truly appalling i mean they could be paragraph two paragraphs three and then it really gets ugly down does the industry of rights just assume we move from two thousand seventeen into the daily stories in reporting through the year is this sets at simple well i think that the agency going forward definitely want to get more about right on even more because i mean the way that the typically get dolled hurt people have to know about it though i anticipate that the reporting will continue because i mean it if affecting a huge segment of the working population a check i just to go back to the courts for just a second there is a lawsuit that the supreme court has refused to stop this is a lawsuit which would allow state and local governments to deny people in samesex marriages their spousal benefits and this laws moving forward in a texas state court can you comment on what's going on in the workplace though actually one of the big things that out employees side advocates are concerned about this here is whether or not the do you see is going to flip its position on that protects sexual orientation under under title seven um so there's a split in the court right now about whether or not it does in the department of justice um filed a brief in july staying that sexual orientation is not covered so right now you know you've to federal agencies butting heads over this issue um so it's it's definitely something that has um employee side advocates with their ears perked sir thank you so much as we look forward to speak.

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"peter martin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Peter martin's the director the new york city ballet said it's roger federer not at the dancers that he you know the the legions of dancers that he had seen it was roger federer who stood out as i think he does for so many of us because he's got that flo you know he's got what what federer has is a finish to his moves and that so important in the eye and how we perceive movement is the finish there's not a jerking us at the end you know between one step in the next there's a continuum it's like a satin scarf blowing in the wind you know it's just easy and silky and even with the battle that he's going through on the tennis court you know he's trying to win he's trying to score points he's got that finish that continuum of movement that kind of tap dance a flow buoyancy a real buoyancy and it just must be his style of movement i mean it clearly it helps him he's he's a very winning tennis player but there are other winning tennis players that don't have as much grace so does it convey a competitive advantage maybe yes maybe no it registers in our mind where we store all of the manifestations of beauty that move us and we remember that so well we will remember roger federer for ages just like we will remember julius erving you know even though he didn't break up you know a rack up the points that a lebron james perhaps does with his his greater kind of aggression an and large scale movement julius erving had that area nece that eased fanjo demongeot you talk about an your book who is extremely graceful player but socially quite awkward yeah the i call it the problem of joe dimaggio um he you know.

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"peter martin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Don't listen to npr morning npr winter clark is an uninformed i won't even use the word that she's using march four 2016 peter god hillary should win one hundred million a nothing lease i know lisa also did you hear him make a comment about the size of his blank earlier this man cannot be president peter yes idea in relation to the size of his hand all that little marco blablabla pierre okay i may vote for trump for cast equally lisa what poor case it he the only sensible man up there peter he was pretty much calling for the death of snowden i'm a single issue voter espionage machine party whatever that means peter exactly regarding casic he has zero appeal january eighteen 28 2016 peter martin o'malley is a freak lisa yikes baby every year that would everyone says march two 2016 peter he asked me who i voted for guests case it linda seriously would you not de peter i don't know i suppose hillary lisa i would d referring to democrats lisa god trump is loathsome human peter yeah he may win peter good for hillary lisa it is peter would he be a worst president than crews lisa trump yes i think so peter i'm not sure peter oh my god he's an idiot lisa heath awful peter america will get the voting will get what the voting public deserves lisa that's what i'm afraid of these are two investigators on the team investigating donald trump and peter is the lead investigator now here is rod rosenstein answer to the litany of things that regard differential off congressman first of all with regard to the special counsel mr struck was already working on this fish when the special council was appointed the pointed i made was robert muller what i recommend that you tell your constituents is that robert muller and rod rosenstein and chris ray are accountable and that we will ensure that nobody is reflected in any of the actions taken by the special counsel or in any matter within the jurisdiction the department of justice when we add evidence of any appropriate conduct we're going to take action on it and that's what mr mode here as soon as he learned about this issue he took action and that's what i anticipate that.

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"peter martin" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on WGTK

"January eighteen 28 2016 peter martin o'malley is a freak show lisa yikes baby every year that's what everyone says march two 2016 peter he asked me who i voted for guests case it linda seriously would you not d peter i don't know i suppose hillary lisa i would d referring to democrats lisa god trump is loathsome human peter yeah he may win peter good for hillary lisa it is peter would he be a worse president than crews lisa trump yes i think so peter i'm not sure peter oh my god he's an idiot lisa he's awful peter america will get the voting will get what the voting public deserves lisa that's what i'm afraid of these are two investigators on the team investigating donald trump and peter is the lead investigator now here is rod rosenstein answer to the litany of things that triggered get rattled off congressman first of all with regard to the special counsel mr struck was already working mean this fish when the special council was appointed the pointed i made was robert muller's what i recommend that you tell your constituents is that the robert muller and rod rosenstein and chris ray are accountable and that we will ensure that nobody is reflected in any of the actions taken by the special counsel or in any matter within the jurisdiction the department of justice when we have evidence of any inappropriate conduct we're going to take action on it and that's what mr mode here as soon as he learned about this issue he took action and that's what i anticipate that the rest of our prosecutors are new group of us attorney's are justice department appointees they understand the rules and they understand the responsibility to defend the integrity of the department if they find evidence of improper conduct they're going to take action the congress and that's the best assurance i can give you but actually there's one other point which is a you should tell your constituents that we exposed this issue because we're ensuring that inspector general conducts a thorough and effective investigation and that there is any evidence of impropriety he's going to surface it a report about a publicly when we come back gas which warning host name whose initials art joe scarborough loops when he was in congress praised judge roy moore to have therefore you we come back mrs something real quickly about relief factor the main thing is this.

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"peter martin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Was rarely from i think what it was rarely experience dynamic the whole story my grandfather he died from sometime in this time in the late eighties what's his name liar pedro martinez there was a pitcher for the yankees can i tell the story peter martin man tell the story hywel but you know something if your voice age or wherever touches my hey drowns zimmerman zimmerman i we're going at it oh yeah oh the heck are you talking about the funny faces staunch zimmerman impair as yet let me finish starring it up now let me finish the story shot i finish let me finish this i was hoping that up his grandfather pedro martinez heath lights out the remember when when you're the plan i said i never stain okay fine what about one your grandfather's grandfather all right greatgrandfather pedro martinez was playing in the allstar game remember every allstar from berry rao knocking around playoffs that we do not care but one remember that when he mode everyone down and people said probably the greatest experience hour emit can you give me his autograph like you have anything he sorry i know but now page don't you dare say that he is training with her she's not that he just contact for the red sox to tide friend eighty holy crap it's the ghosts of pedro martinez yes whoa holy moley last name isn't martinez i do believe in ghosts now wait a minute i think this is bunk why always buy mca it was my mom's grandfather eyeing no no he's related somebody famous allah all right i don't get to a story so we could get to the good stuff ask him how he throws the splitfinger wants to do this chat up while i tell the story oh i just curious i like baseball one slide out on what i mean i understand is personal for you but i can white house hand of his what i don't when he played for the expos but i think.

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"peter martin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Age of five we call aging is a genetic care i heard it cobra accountability peter martin earn yeah that is good golden number could get you to medicare now uh as long as you already two five minute marine and how we're going to leave forty mortar in your lifetime queen q ten years unemployment this you are likely eligible for medicare okay now some people maybe never work like i know uh uh and wind or you hear me sure sure i know women well no one fell for people who've been married online are they able to qualify under a bell or good man partner um yup inherently you have to have been married to your down we can't hear you might want to on social security murder e a r if you are eligible for that under your spouse excellent however um for you to read the dirty no matter where did you rear beautiful whiten or you love one eight hundred seven seventy one who won three one eight hundred seven two one two one three very important people into then that you.

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"peter martin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I just read there is a television in australia not all tv comes from the united states this is australian television which as we all know is just some of the worst television ever i'm not really sure if it's the worst of i'm just saying i don't think it's good all and there is on this a little bit of australian television there is a show called the drum which i gotta assume is kinda like the view right that's what i assume it is views on the news airs monday through friday five thirty p m on abc tv in australia and on the drum is a guy by the name of peter martin peter martin writes about economics for a site in the magazine called the age and he had something to say about the idea of parents in education which is to say parents shouldn't have a say in a child's education that parents should chen have much of a sign education are really duct satellites coming from a family of touches on the hall if his scratch than deeply enough i think that baroness not fails i apparent tainted the parent isn't the consumer for one thing the parrot not pay the money mud act is is if they can the consumer the consumer such but more than that the consumer society because there are certain things we want students to note inculcation if you lock in the uae assad he works and the the idea that parents should do education but the idea that parents should have a science and let curriculum psalm just a bit unreconstructed on i think it wale as in the hack say is a reoccurring theme that we have heard this before when we've heard melissa harris perry melissa harris perry a former house there at msnbc who said that when you are talking about children your children belong to all of us these are her words not mine your children but wong to all of us and we are responsible day hearkens of hillary clinton saying it takes a village now i can clearly say that it's always help when when you got friends man is a lot easier when you can dumped the kid off at a friend's house for an hour and they take the navy the same to you and you take the narrow and gets a little bit.

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"peter martin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"peter martin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I just read there is a television in australia not all tv comes from the united states this is australian television which as we all know is just some of the worst television ever i'm not really sure if it's the worst of i'm just saying i don't think it's good all and there is on this a little bit of australian television there is a show called the drum which i gotta assume is kinda like the view right that's what i assume it is views on the news airs monday through friday five thirty p m on abc tv in australia and on the drum is a guy by the name of peter martin peter martin writes about economics for a site in the magazine called the age and he had something to say about the idea of parents in education which is to say parents shouldn't have a say in a child's education that parents should chen have much of a sign education are really duct satellites coming from a family of touches on the hall if his scratch than deeply enough i think that baroness not fails i apparent tainted the parent isn't the consumer for one thing the parrot not pay the money mud act is is if they can the consumer the consumer such but more than that the consumer society because there are certain things we want students to note inculcation if you lock in the uae assad he works and the the idea that parents should do education but the idea that parents should have a science and let curriculum psalm just a bit unreconstructed on i think it wale as in the hack say is a reoccurring theme that we have heard this before when we've heard melissa harris perry melissa harris perry a former house there at msnbc who said that when you are talking about children your children belong to all of us these are her words not mine your children but wong to all of us and we are responsible day hearkens of hillary clinton saying it takes a village now i can clearly say that it's always help when when you got friends man is a lot easier when you can dumped the kid off at a friend's house for an hour and they take the navy the same to you and you take the narrow and gets.

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