9 Burst results for "Piero Piero"
"piero piero" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Dot Co. don't You k today? Then tomorrow on our JEETER. We'RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT. Mario Cipollini at the the light and shade of of CIPOLLINI and in today's episode going to be looking at as his early years up to his pump really am when he was the dominant sprinter in the world but Lila. Maybe you can take all the way. Back to the origins of Meyer Cipollini word. The Lion King Spring from well. Yeah the nicknames. The Lion King and Super Mario. They were to come much later. Just Super Mario. I mean he'd been brilliant computer games cycling wouldn't they clearly it'd be. He'd have been leading out year. I want archery Tae Mario Laming True Mary. Cipollini was born on March twenty second nineteen sixty seven in Luca. His brother Chat today was Eight years older than him and was also a professional cyclist from nineteen. Seventy eight to nine hundred ninety. Mario was napalm borne. Did you know this? And I didn't I didn't until today and I I haven't found an explanation for it. I was born in Belfour in front. That's right yeah I was going to ask you about that but I thought that was lorry driver whether that had anything to do that. No probably not Ashley piece the piece it together. Well one of the mysteries anyway. Marriott was a junior world champion in the team. Time trial on the road in one thousand nine hundred five and he turned professional for the Dow Tongo team in one thousand nine hundred and nine and that was the only season. The seasons at the two brothers wrote together also on that team with the reigning world champion Maria phoned and a future jira winner Franco kilt. Yolly CIPOLLINI's I probably witness came all at once. The Gino Di Puglia in eight thousand nine hundred ninety one thousand three stages in a row and a month later he got his first jared Italia stage win at the first attempt or in the first year they took part in stage twelve in MIATA and in one thousand nine hundred followed with two stage win so he was off to a flyer in terms of winning. Sprint finishes Daniel but was always destined to be a professional rider. Did his brothers interesting in the sport make inevitable that he would follow in this in the wheel tracks so to speak. I think he would send say yes. Napalm Amsoil as you said Shehzad was a decent pro and when a few things but N- Jerusalem Melia was probably the biggest win but Mario used to go and watch chase at I says and Tele famous story about and they always used to go up the coast from where they live near. Luca onto the roof Manta Raymond. Watch Samra and CIPOLLINI's birthday often fell actually on some raimo and one year how Cipollini was maybe seven or eight and he was there with these Dodd Rivaldo and they watch the Tongo pass and Chattanooga Boston. Mario turned to his dad and said I promise. I will win milan-san Raymond Foye one day so the was all was already sort of planted at that point and by all accounts is pretty hyperactive kid. I'm allegedly age. Sixty case mums fear. Five hundred until your first spin around the family sort of plot. The family ranch in Sanju study comfortable. I don't think that did you think that's even plausible. That story as I said. Very very hyperactive. Some was the manager of the GIST team. Piero Piero only came out of the House one day and with a contract for his brother Chaser and he remembered that Mario such handful the the family tied into an olive tree with a rope to to stop moving plausible any well. That's possible but when he got aboard his when he goes bike he was. He was quite something He won I mean a staggering number of rice in the the majority of races took part in junior and even you know as he sort of got close to become a professional. I think in in the loss in his last year or two before it did become a professional Legend has it that I would say to other items in the Peleton while you win as much as you can now because my brother's coming and he's GonNa win everything and at that point. You know people weren't only talking about Cipollini as a sprinter. I mean you mentioned that heat. He had great pedigree as a junior in time. Charles and team time trials Use The world champion Jeannie world champion. So Yeah a bit of a bit of a phenomenon by all accounts. It's interesting Donna. Looking back at his early wins. Because I have in my mind's eye C. Cipollini as this kind of muscle by very imposing character with a quite impressive physique and of course Unmodern or a recent sprint. Who's been similar in in Luke's if nothing else is Marcel Kissel but actually am when I was looking out their respective Stotts kittles bigger than CIPOLLINI. Cipollini wasn't actually. That big emmy wasn't not heavy. He was toll and but he was actually quite lean on and in those early years he was quite gangly. The other thing they have in common is having both been very strong. Time trialists as younger writers before becoming sprinters. And I guess that they were similar. 'em Or kipling became Sim- similar in style. A kettle in in you know being good Going from the front and really taking on From quite a long way being a very strong sprinter an Hartman to get around once he was in front and when he did start He was regarded as just a very very talented young writer. But people had no real inkling. It would become the personality that he did. There was a bit of a bit of flourish about him but he he started when he stays in Jira very early.
"piero piero" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"You know this is really this is disturbing I mean so much about Donald Trump and his administration is disturbing but this Mike Pompeo the secretary of state who I trust about as far as I can throw him got on the TV last night and said we know this was this virus was manufactured in a lab. And so here. Here's a story had today that I didn't get to in in the news intelligence shared between the US UK. Hey Canada Australia and new. Zealand indicates that it's quote highly unlikely. The Koran virus originated alab in China It says the country's make up the five is allow alliance and so officials said. The nations are uniting around the assessment. let's see Pompeo said there's enormous evidence the corona virus spread as a result of a lab accident scene. You're a senior office of Director of national. Intelligence officials said the. Us has evidence for both theories. Anthony Th Ouchi told National Geographic. There's no solid evidence of a conspiracy theory promoted by trump and Pompeo that the corona virus originated in a Chinese lab an escaped the infectious disease experts leading. Biologists say all the evidence shows the virus evolved in animals and jumped from bats to humans in the wild finding supported by the World Health Organization. Us Allied intelligence agencies. So but they're going to keep pushing this and the thing is this is the boy who cried. Wolf. I don't believe a single word right out of anyone in this administration because all they've done is lies so if they do tell us the truth about something. I don't trust that it's the truth. A same thing goes for all his agency's you've got the FDA approved drug after drug and this and that and all these tests and things and vaccine pushes. And I don't I I no longer have faith in our medical system under those agencies trump examined. I know there are are some really good professionals in lifers that are in there. That's not their fault. It's the people in charge. Yeah who are pushing them to do whatever it is they want them to do anyway. I've got a whole bunch more. I don't want to lose time here. Angry staffer angry White House. Staffer said I. I don't know if anyone has discussed how irresponsible it is trump to be traveling right now but it's bad every time Goes anywhere in advanced team goes first to plan out logistics security etc. More people flying around the country right now isn't what we need. Now goes directly off of your what I call lawn lies. You know your chopper talk. He's out there on the lawn already. I don't know how they arranged the reporters and how they're shouting questions at him and how close anybody is to each other so that alone is is already more dangerous than the than the room might be. I don't know than the briefing. But but then he's flying off and he can't stand it he can't stand not having a stupid rallies and doing everything he can to emulate them in any way he can't anyway anyway. Here's more from today. A volunteer on Kushner's corona virus response. Effort was so worried by what they saw that they filed a complaint with white with House oversight and then it goes on Kushnercarlson. Virus effort said to be hampered by inexperienced volunteers the corona virus response being spearheaded by Kushner relied in part on volunteers from consulting and private equity firms little expertise in the tasks to which they were assigned exacerbating chronic problems in obtaining supplies for hospital hospitals and other needs many reportedly matched with the jobs they were assigned including those given the task of securing personal protective equipment for hospitals. Nationwide according to this complaint From the Oversight Committee team responsible for P. P. had little success in helping the government secure such equipment in part because none of the team's members had significant experience in healthcare procurement or supply chain operations gets worse in addition none of the volunteers had existing relationships with manufacturers or a clear understanding of customs farm or food and Drug Administration rules supply chain. Volunteers get ready. We're instructed to track protective equipment leads from quote. Vip's including conservative journalists friendly to the White House on Fox and friends host. Brian Kilmeade for example called to people he knew in the administration to pass along lied about protective equipment Fox News channel host. Jean Piero Piero also repeatedly lobbied the administration for Specific New York Hospital to receive a large quantity of masks but her emails. Get ready for this. The team of volunteers focused on P. P. had trouble developing manufacturer relationships and making inroads with brokers in part because they were using personal email accounts rather than official government email addresses in addition to the already challenging circumstances that complaint also says a says that on some of the teams minimal attempts at Social Distance. Here is distancing taken administrative administration officials deemed some of the models to catastrophic the administration decided to rely primarily on model created by the institution of health metrics and evaluation at the University of Washington. This had some of the most optimistic projections of cases and deaths. Thank you Kushner. Yeah well you know. I don't know if you heard. I had the president on the show yesterday. Yeah I remember. I wish I'd call that. We had Donald Trump on and I asked him about Jared Kushner and what he said is he thinks. Kushner is a total fuck up. He wants to basically give enough rope to hang himself. So That von dumping. That's where I wanted to. Daddy Janka Ivanka so Yvonne could you tell us your father came on the show yesterday and said that he thinks jared's pretty worthless and that you should divorce him and I don't know I guess be there just hanging out with daddy all the time. What do you think Daddy? Clearly daddy clearly was being sarcastic. 'cause excuse right every was something he doesn't like it's joking or cirque out. It was just you. You're such a fake fake. Never Understand STATI. They think he's being serious just being sarcastic. I love jared so much. He's so pale and translucent. He makes me look Tan. Does Lawrence O'Donnell tweeted this. I trump tweeted oil prices. Moving up nicely in demand begins again. God Lawrence O'Donnell tweeted. Trump is the first president in history to hope that Americans with depressed incomes have to pay higher gasoline prices. It's true and then here's something trump administration. This broke today. Trump administration officials are telling members of the Corona Virus Task Force at the White House plans to wind down the operation. And it's not clear whether any other might replace that. They want to wind it down by Memorial Day so John scowls e says fuck it. Let them dies an interesting policy choice in an election year. Right LYNN OUR BUDDY DAVID. Walden said I always said that. One day like a miracle. The corona task force would just disappear. It'll go down to nothing. It's like a miracle right. Exactly thank God yesterday L. O. L. Gop tweeted Mitch. Mcconnell wouldn't let Obama Supreme Court Pit. Get a vote his excuse. It was an election year right now in an election year in the midst of a pandemic. Mcconnell's calling back the Senate so we can keep filling up the courts with trump's unqualified extremists. Picks and that's all the lesson that's all. He had scheduled for this week so so they had to call back the Senate right with the Senate has really old. I mean the median age of the Senate is like sixty seven years old and so he had to call them back. Why because of the urgent business. They had nominations. It's judicial and and What's his name? The director of National Intelligence. Those are that's what McConnell Radcliff Ratcliffe. Thank you rat with capital Ratcliffe. That's what McConnell had in store for the the Senate this week really look. I'm sorry I think Bernie Sanders and Patrick Leahy and you know I can go on and on. There's a lot of elderly senators. Who really should be staying at home right now? This was unnecessary and they should offer at least another week. This get a matter. Oh God K. It makes no sense in quotes feds considering relaxing infection controls in. Us Nursing Home. Oh my God oh my God. And that's on top of sorry and on top of they want especially here on Florida. I don't know if this is national. I know it's here in Florida. They want to shield nursing home facilities from any liability claims. Oh my God. They're going off all the residents. But let's hold them harmless. Fuck No. I'm sorry you killed my grandmother. I'm I'm GonNa let you off the hook. And here's something Amazon. Vp resigns calls company chicken chips for firing pretend protesting workers. Tim Brown says the company has become toxic in the firings are designed to create a climate of fear. Tim Brea well knows. Senior engineer and vice president at Amazon has quit. Indus made because Amazon has been firing whistle blowers who were making noise about warehouse. Employees frightened Kobe. Nineteen that's from vice you know and I mentioned this earlier. It's happening in a lot of these. These places where Georgia for instance in Texas where they're opening up now where people are told you come back to work and if you're afraid to oh well then guess what you don't get to take unemployment benefits anymore. Now check this out. You've seen the commercials for that car seller called carbon. Ah Yes okay so check this out. Carmona gave its employees stark choice last week you can return to work as covert nineteen deaths still mount or walk away from your job and it says what's wrong pot were. It's an example of the pressure. Many workers will confront states e stay at home restrictions and employers call them back to work the pandemic but for employees that could mean returning to a work site even as the covert nineteenth death. Count near seventy thousand in the US. In many schools and childcare facilities remained close this is happening with businesses. All over the place and it's a way to screw over the workers. Either you come back to work before. The all-clear has ended before they even have the as the requirements supposedly called for a two-week downturn in the cases. None of these states live up to those milestones..
"piero piero" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Do you ever have nicknames for your Cell Phone Call Mindset Gibson. Hey maybe a doesn't a guy like hate Jews but I've many Jewish friends I but he was Jewish I am I I don't know I. He hates somebody not a nice guy. He doesn't like Jews Corona virus telling you how many people were quarantined millions of Chinese people. It's a very Chinese episode. Yet is which is fine MILLIONS IN QUARANTINE DUDE corner virus outbreak video shows dead bodies allies in halls of China Hospital. Dude Dude we all them truly the dollars have we do. This guy's got a beer virus. There's a whole shit. Second confirmed case in the United States is supposed to thirty two minutes ago dude. I'm telling you man I'm getting a fucking a woman in Chicago. It's getting closer it is it's creep and he was in in Texas and I think it was a girl or a guy that went back to Texas A and Texas Dana Texas A. and M. and brought she came back from China and or where he and they brought that shit to a college campus. Do where everyone sticks tongues in each other's. That's what's GonNa Happen Man. That's just going to spread. Ed Bro. Yeah I mean if there's one place you want to bring it it's Texas am 'cause damn take it down over there. Yeah all kinds of stuff. It's like pneumonia right. It's killing people in hallways. Yeah but people die from everything I know but like killing people in hallways people. Don't die in hallways anymore. I don't think that's during one thousand nine hundred twenty s where he died in a hallway dying in hallways. They're just they put the bodies in the hallway. That's what I'm saying. The dead man in the hallway. Dude scaring me. I mean you came to see me in a Chinese hospital and they were dragging dead people into the hallway. You'd be like Hey Danny might have to skip this one. Yeah I'm going to need some Burell. Yes because I'm heavy on the Pure L. When I'm in a hospital I'm a hands are constantly soaking wet and hospital with Piero Piero before eat. I'm afraid I also have the same where I'm afraid to use too much pure because I've heard that it kills all the natural bacteria on your hands which I wanNA talk about. People take bacteria every day we were talking about skews it. Yeah like they'll take bacteria like you'll take a pill that's full of bacteria all the health or some. Yeah that's not technically back tears right but we're talking about a fucking virus. Yeah this shit's killing people. When is a virus ev? Like how do they interact. Yeah is it has been claimed that such and now America's GonNa do. We have to be afraid now. I don't feel good right now. Okay relax lacks. Don't do it if you get if you give me corona virus you are so fire no and we are fighting to the death and I'm going to bring a weapon. I don't know why it's called Corona virus though why it's probably some science behind that but You know I don't Wanna I don't Wanna I just feel like you know all the guys hang down to my Delhi or getting a little worried right now should I don't drink the Khurana man got a victory. Don't drink this Khurana man. All right says it wasn't even listening to you but I heard you doing like Mexican all the Mexican guys down Around my area the best. You'll danny what's up man. I'M GONNA stay. Stay away from the Coronas. Good y'all though the people the Mexican people from around here. They're like phenomenal volleyball players. Like I swear to God no like they'll they'll they'll little literally it would be like a like eleven. PM and be at the park they'll take over the whole Hamblur hamble court not just this parked other one and they'll set up like these lights so that they can see and there's like thirty of them and they play like legitimate tournament and they're Nice Mexican tournament. Yeah Yeah and they're good and this is like on a random Tuesday go there now. I bet you they're playing. I guarantee it in the middle of the day. It's it's crazy. It's wild in the middle of the corona virus in another corner virus. We in afraid of that she man but the good thing is valuable as the mysterious illness has been linked to a shady seafood market shady. We're talking about here seafood towers brokers who wrote this article this white girl from Brooklyn. Yeah it's the post listen and it's a shady shady fucking restaurant in Japan. It is a girl but it's funny. Shady is a girl word. I say shady though now like like she shady. I don't know but it says that it was linked to a shady seafood market in Wuhan. But I knew a kid named Wuhan did you did. That's a dope nate. Yeah we used to call from the BUSTA rhymes out every time you pull up. He loved that Shit at checkout. The Wuhan Bro It says the viruses killed at least twenty six people and affected more than eight hundred worldwide. People freaked out about Bolla to yeah and that was one. Do they shut that bitch and a tent. You're just like living in their all. He Bullish Shit They everyone survived and I would never travel to a place where I need. Shots go there if I need physical checkup to go there. Better be months and months and months in advance. Or you're gonNa tell me like yeah. This is one hundred percent. You're not going to get sick. I'm not going over there. I'm not doing it I would like I WANNA go to Egypt really bad I do know I wanna see the pyramids the it would be cool and then you get sick maybe take stuff pre Priya area. What's the word I can't even go to Miami without getting a fucking head cold? Go to Egypt. I'm going to die. I'M GONNA go over there. They're gonNA fill me full of Shit I don't even we know it's going to do my body. I'm walk around. Pyramids are going to be great. I'M GONNA come out here and slowly die for my anus. I don't want that. I think you're doing that already. Know do them with good health right now. All right. I'm in a good spot. My blood came back. Good moles diabetes. Free in this bitch. Let's go killing it but now I don't WanNa go over there get something else. Yeah I don't get bit by a mosquito. My head grows can can get much bigger than that. You have a big head no same size. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah Yeah Yeah actually. I don't know figures deeper than mine. What do you mean by deeper like your head goes back further? We're we have the same like we have the same like with this way. You have a deep head. Yeah my head goes back way back. Yeah you know what I'm saying back in the time we way back begging tasks but this thing about this corona own viruses scares me the most is that people are like no. You can't get it. Yeah you can. People were like big deals. Only twenty six. I mean it's not that big let me tell eighty something if it kills anybody. Let's figure it out. Let's figure this out. Yes that's all. I'm saying yeah. Let's let's put it on a chalkboard and go over some ideas even if you got some other stuff you could circle back to it. That's fine as long as you're circling back. People in America are getting it and I'm going to be selfish fish. Okay Yeah I don't WANNA see any Americans die from a shady Japanese fish market okay but believe it was China whatever. Whatever I'm not going to go out and say they all look the same? Your you dromey under a bus that it doesn't exist because they didn't say sorry. Sorry but I don't WanNa get. I don't want somebody to die from America because of China's shady fish rules. It's not the rules. It's just that there was a virus in the fish. This all comes back to stop eating animals now. You know what this comes back to. And I don't know if this this is riper Maceo anyway speak that truth. We're throwing stuff in the ocean okay. Yeah and we're getting fish sick to the point now. I gotta be afraid of seafood towers hours. I love seafood talent. Now now I gotta be afraid of the should've him me too and now we have to be afraid. Yeah UH landlords down there and he's upset about the Fisher. Yeah yes we gotTA stop dumping into the ocean and the other thing also is we live by the Hudson Johnson River. There's people in there many many people that are dead and I ever let yeah. Do people throw bodies in the Hudson River for all the time. Oh people throw dead people in there now think about this. Do you posing dead man. We have probably eaten fish. WHO HAVE EATEN A dead body? Circle of life is so weird girl for current hole so it could send you a piece of human meat right now. Jesus are you fucking insane would if it if it was like like a norm and it was like pack. It's the right way. And he came fresh and it was a cook on two sides for like two minutes. Would you try it no I would try it either. She'll eat you thi- just a little cube you imagine a cube that you give to a horse of lick off Ulan ude eat a human flesh cube. The guy's a fucking knowing not you're discussing all night yes. AH YOU'RE LIKE DRACULA. Canada fucking Hannibal Lecter. Yes us you know. Why would you eat humans? If I could do it I would do do it. First of all you can not not GonNa do this. Data legal to eat people. Of course it is. No I mean it can't kill him. I'm like it's like my dad. God Forbid Pass away and I was like you know what he wanted me to eat him. Songa you do not the whole thing just a little piece if you take a chunk out of them they go. What was this chunky like? Why ages eight them do you go to jail? Yes why 'cause it's like defacing a body which all right well what. If they're Elisa creating a body what if they're alive and he's like Yo cut a piece of my skin off and eat it or like meet your at. Let's okay here you are. You're at a crime scene right and a guy I I do I do so. You're you know you're passer-by homeless got. No no no no but I have a job. You have a job. Okay Yeah you make decent money no got great. You know you have a one bedroom you know you don't have you don't live in Manhattan though not a lot of amenities okay. Let's get a carrot. No Doorman either Scott Struggle. Yeah I mean All right so now. You're walking by a crime scene and like there's this guy. He got a chunk taken out of his thigh right. And you're you like to you know push the boundaries. As far as what she. You've had weird like Georgian urgent food and like you know. I've Anthony Bourdain some shit. You crickets and like Ukrainian dumplings or whatever you know rocky doc nor'easters exactly so you walk over right and for whatever reason I let you through. Because they're like. Oh yeah that's Timmy's you know he's a good guy he's a good guy he's got good stuff so you walk over there and you're like what we got over here and then they show you like. Oh yeah he's got this chunk taken out of his leg because this guy ran up caught him or whatever and then you walk over to the piece of meat. That's that's on the ground and you know let's just say that this piece of meat isn't part of the crime scene anymore. They don't care about the meat they care about. You know the the wound in the in the knife hyphen. Where is the weapon? Kind of thing you over you pick up that piece of meat in front of everyone. You're like Oh look at it and you pop it in your mouth. I get the Goddamn piece of popcorn. Are they going to arrest you. Yes one hundred percent one. Eating evidence must be under the assumption that is not part of the like a piece that got blown off to the side of the street. Yeah no hassle hassles find something and kick it pick this up feet down the road. Yeah Yeah Yeah yes slide my foot. I wouldn't do it because it's on the ground if I had..
"piero piero" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"piero piero" Discussed on Half Hour to Curtain
"Podcast with theater artists of note. I'm dan fishbach and i marc kaufman older daniel. Our guest today is john rubinstein art from many many roles in television and film. John has to date a prodigious career in theatre. He made his initial splash on broadway. Creating the role of pippin in the show of that title is played a wide range of leading roles in such plays as children of a lesser god for what she wanted tony award the caine mutiny court martial for which he was nominated for drama desk m. butterfly ragtime camelot streamers the tempest rosencrantz some gilding stern are dead candida kiss of the spider woman and if i keep listing them there would be no time for the actual interview. Please welcome the legendary jon rubinstein john. I that was a long list could have been much longer but we just thought we need to talk to you. Yeah it's only half hour our curtain yeah right so well jumping right in <hes> you were born into the arts. Your father was the renowned concert pianist artur rubinstein stein and i hope i'm pronouncing that properly while you know what his name was just arthur but in every language it's different so he was a born in poland. He was polish so attitude with no h is how you say that in polish and in some other languages but <hes> infringes out to you in spanish places it's tool within oh and so his <hes> his impresario is manager thought that arthur rubinstein in in english speaking countries sounded sort of like you know like a jewish tailor or something so if you took the h. out and and made it sound like rubinstein he would be exotic he would have some kind of a branding that would be a little bit more more appealing failing to ticket buyers because who wants an american pianist when you can get a polish one so that stuck but the american people always have trouble with that and they say aren't here are rolling so he just would always insist please call me author author so he's arthur arthur rubinstein makes sense well you then you grew up in that world and you became a pianist yourself a composer were you thinking of following in his footsteps before the acting bug took old nut for one single second no and i did not become a pianist that that that's a misnomer. I took piano lessons from a very young age. I was musical. I in other words music really meant something to me and the stuff that i could actually execute on the piano once. I beat myself into a pulp to learn it. I could actually play well well if it wasn't too hard technically but the moment i got to a hard part. It was the emperor's new clothes and you could see oh i see this kid is somewhere a musician but he is certainly not up yet and that was understood by me by my parents by my teachers and it was has openly declared. I knew that it was true. It never ever bothered. Where did you get the acting bug. When did that sort of hit you uh well i first of all i love the movies and my parents loved movies and theater so we always went to the movies movies. I was born in l. A. and i lived sort of an idyllic life here for the first seven years of my life <hes> and but then we moved to new york when i was seven and i went to these very high pressure schools which i loved and in the first one it was called saint bernards was a british school run by brits and british take their public speaking and they're acting and their skin <music> gets and their silliness and there's music musical reviews they take it very seriously even when you're very very young and singing as well house. That's just part of the deal. If you're gonna british school you know how to stand up and talk to people you are corrected very very strictly glee on your syntax and grammar and enunciation and projection not for acting purposes just be a human being and and you are always doing some kind of play and and it's and again it's taken seriously that's sort of the difference because i've raised five children. They put them through all different kinds of schools and i've seen them all be employed as and deep taught similar stuff but it's is not taken seriously. It's the silly little cute stuff for the parents to come and see and go all look at little lonnie up there but adinda this school saint bernards it was as though we were opening on broadway and you know there was no fool around. We were all boys. Every school school ended in the eighth grade and every eighth grade class. Do shakespeare play uncut while it was directed by your seventh grade great homeroom teacher mr strange who had been doilies cart sullivan actor and singer while in in england before he became math and geography teacher he played the the the little harmonium organ pumping it with his feet at at our prayers every morning it was a it was an episcopalian school but it wasn't a religious school but we learned all ems we sang and learned all those beautiful amazing british. Im's <hes> and that's the sort of music i grew up on in school while growing up on my dad's dad's music at home <hes> and so i was in three shakespeare plays one in sixth grade because he used the lower grades for extras you know when when the classes were like twenty two guys and i was a ferry in in midsummer night's dream you know in the tempest in the tempest <hes> in sixth grade in seventh grade. The play was henry the fifth and i made the boy which is a great little role. He has a huge monologue that he says he's with pistol and bardo all the clowns ons but he has his little moment where he decides. You know he's going to go to war with everybody else. Even though he's too young and i played that and then i'm in eighth grade my play was macbeth and i played macbeth and these roles. These plays were uncut seventh grade. My homeroom teacher was was mr strange and our class learned macbeth. We read it out. Loud all of us playing all of the different parts again and again and again. All the boys played the girls just like in shakespeare's time and there was no. I iota not for one second. Even with the goofiest goon in our class ever was there mocking of playing the women's roles we took that as seriously as anything else he explained to us all the sexual references all mythological references all of the history of england and the wars in scotland baba blah so the by the time. We finished our seventh grade year in june. We knew that play. He was then assigned as roles he cast us <hes> and then we have the summer to learn our lines and you know some of the very few but mine was very big part worked very hard that summer learning those lines it's with i already was sold a million with having read them again and again heard them and talked about them all year long in seventh grade. Come back in the fall of eighth grade and you start rehearsals and that's where i learned stage technique. I what i know how to do and what i teach at u._s._c. When i'm teaching there is what he taught me out of move about the stage how make a stage picture and know where you are in the whole thing how to analyze a play how to project your voice to the always there's a little guy in the farthest back row of the balcony with an ear trumpet because because he's holding up that air trump and you've got to make 'em not only hear the sound but understand the meaning of everything. Can you say or you're not doing your job and amazing habit. I mean that's amazing to have that kind of grounding and those works works at the age of thirteen teams played. Macbeth voice is cooked attic so few year old tomorrow that's amazing but we really did it and meanwhile to answer your gums still answering not know meanwhile i was living in manhattan in hatton and this was the arguable golden age theater there where you didn't have to have a gigantic blockbuster for a show to run. There were bedroom comedies. They were murder mysteries. There were musicals of course rogers and hammerstein and and <hes> you know week bernstein and young young son time and <hes> who else cy coleman i mean all of those musical's opening then and plays and i went to the mall because my parents loved to go to the theater i went with them. I saw mike nichols and elaine. May i saw you know all the brits who came in all all those amazing plays luther and i you could afford to buy a ticket on my allowance my first date the first date i took to the theatre. We saw neil simon's very first play. Come blow your horn teen dollars seven fifty a seat fifth row yeah wow you know at at that was my education and when i liked to play i would go back and see it again and again and again so i would see a play ten times i would sit up in the balcony would cost three fifty or something and i remember going innocently. I didn't know who all playwrights and actors were beforehand and i wandered into who's afraid of virginia woolf. I'll never forget that. I was not prepared for that kind of discussion on a stage and i remember i staggered out of that theater haagen coming onstage going. I do do the top yeah. That's how that's that was my education. I got it both in school on stages. We did a piero piero. Show <hes> in seventh grade. I we did operettas. <hes> i played <hes> peter pan in j m berries. Peter pan again uncut the whole thing. I played maid marian in a robin hood play. It's amazing you know. Come to your first major ager broadway show and of course the million dollar john rubinstein question. It's an it's a title role a new musical by bob fossey the and and and the entire team of course that's pippin to tell us a little bit about how that came about for you. Oh my god okay. I was living in los angeles. I i had finished high school. In new york doing plays and the second highschool highschool i went to also did their place not quite as seriously as the first place but still i've done a lot of roles by the time i finished high school. I wanted to not go to college of my parents. We went to england and so laurence olivier who was a friend of the family in with michael redgrave in ankle nya and we went out to dinner afterwards and and my parents said larry johnny doesn't want to go to college he just wants to hit the streets and be an actor and they expected him say oh no my my boy you must do and he said it the streets latte to it and so all through high school i was not going to go to college but they finally broke my arms and tied me up because the school prided itself only on getting kids into princeton and yale and harvard and i had good grades so they didn't want to waste one of their students so anyway i said i'll only go to school where i can work immediately and that was either staying in new york doc or going to northwestern or going to u._c._l._a. U._s._c. didn't have much of a drama department yet. Juilliard was sort of out of the question because it it was too scary and so u._c._l._a. So i came out here my hometown. The dodgers were up here and i <hes> i started to act in school..
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"piero piero" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"We finally retired the old Samsung with its four inch Bethel's. Something a little newer in there. A long time. It has been there through three studios that is an ancient TV. So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a t CO one of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the battles are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio, and in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio when they were listening to fibber McGee, Molly. So those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see their. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech hive. Oh, I like tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good good. It's a publication of ide- g publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online, and the magazines, although as we all know print print is going away, our friend stays now used to run that. Oh, okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is. Yeah. And so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth and wifi. Speakers. Perfect. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little audio junkie. Audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page. See about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked earlier about this a couple of weeks ago. Bow Pinkerton tech you're hearing and kids, especially yeah. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation. They're on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's. Are said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that that eighty five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones which was so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved that interesting with the active noise. Cancelling on that's important because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better one. Yeah. But it's not necessarily the same. It's very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or. One. Again, give you a preview something. It hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I'm bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny..
"piero piero" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So and I think we put this on an arm. I mean, we got really fancy this is a TCL out of those new man, these are, so inexpensive. Oh, man. I know. Yeah. And so and the vessels are tiny. So it looks like you're, you know, bigger people are saying, but this is radio, I know, but I wanna see him. We do a video stream for people who are like to watch their radio. Indeed in the old days, you know, before TV people would sit and stare at the radio whenever listening to fibber McGee Bali, so those pictures. Yeah. People gathered around staring at the radio like like there's something to see there. Yeah. Right. What do you wanna talk about Scott? Oh, I want to tell you about something new. I'm doing okay. I have recently started contributing to a website called tech high tech hive a lot. Yeah. Good. Good. Good. It's a publication of ID g also publishes MacWorld and PC world. Yeah. Online and magazines. Although as we all know print print is going away, our friend Jason snow used to run that. Okay. There you go tech hives an awesome techs site. It is and so it turns out that the the main editor their tech hive is a guy I used to work with electronic musician many years ago, and so I hooked up with him. And I'm doing reviews of headphones and little portable bluetooth, and wifi speaker surfing. I'm becoming the gives wiz of little chunky audio products all junkie are they know? And that's the amazing thing. Us as you were looking there for those of you who are watching on the livestream. I've got one of my stories there at the top of the page about the Piero Piero quiet headphones which are intended to help children preserve their hearing. When a great idea we talked a little bit earlier about this couple of weeks ago about how fast. Your kids, especially. Yeah. So these things are actually quite good. They have some isolation there on ear headphones not wrap around your ear, but sit on your ear headphones, but they do provide some isolation. They have active noise cancelling, which is more important. And they also limit the output or there's they're said to limit the output of to no more than eighty five db or eighty five decibels, which many organizations claim is the maximum that you want to be exposed to over an eight hour period. Now, I myself think that eighty-five is still too high. But that's just my opinion in any event these things work amazingly. Well, actually did some measurements. If you scroll down that article, you'll find actually some measurements. I took with the active noise cancelling on and off. And one thing I found about these headphones, which are so interesting is that the sound quality actually improved. I wasn't that interesting with the active noise cancelling. Aw, that's important. Because I think people think louder means sounds better. Right. Exactly. It's it's very analogous to you you walk into a showroom to buy a TV and the brighter ones dry your eyes. And you think oh, that's the one. That's the better. What? Yeah. But it's not necessarily. That's the same as it. Very analogous, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. So I'm I'm having a good time. Finding some interesting products like those or one again give you a preview something that hasn't been published yet. I'm doing I did a little bluetooth speaker from a company that I bet you've never heard of called Tron smart. No. And I thought I'd seen every bluetooth speaker in the world. This thing is tiny. It's like eight inches long. It's a little just a little portable speaker from a company who I had never heard of before it's called the element force. And it sounds good. I thought you know, it's a big it's got to two inch drivers and to passive radiators. How could possibly sound very I was shocked shocked completely shot. Amazed at how good this thing. Sounds now the caveat is it's got three different equalization modes. You can you can push and get something called extra-base and something called three d stereo and something called standard and the three d stereo in standard, modes both sounded terrible. I would never recommend it. But the extra base preset. Which fortunately is the default when you powered on. That's what it comes up in. I I couldn't believe it. I couldn't believe it it rich full sound a stereo spread beyond the confines of this little box. Wow. Amazing. Nice really, sixty bucks. Wow. So this is this is actually encouraging that the that some of these because I love having a little portable speaker. I frankly travel. The B O play from BNO. Well, which is a really good. Yeah. It's just a small enough to put in the backpack or carry on when when we go to Hawaii, for instance, I'll take this with me because it's really nice to have something that you can put an on in in the in the hotel. Hello hotel room, and listen to my wife, and I like to listen to books together. It's great. We really like it. So yeah. This is good interesting hearing more about these. That's great. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So I've got about ten reviews up there. So far. Working working hard. So we're now going to change your title to home theater geek and contributor at tech dot look down so fast. Yes. I can. I can I also calibrated the TV while you were talking. I'm a multitasker Scott. I. It's not very good color. Calibration? We might have to get you and Robert Herron into the to do that officially happy to do that. Yeah. Read for me. It is to read I know after work on that. I didn't see the I wanted to turn the. Two minute job. That's pretty good. I I'm pre approved it considerably. Did. Got up and people can still Email you at Scott tech labs dot com, or I think that's the address is that right, Scott, twit dot TV. Okay. Do that. Instead. That's the podcast. Yeah. Shorter shorts. Scott. Send me send me your questions, and I will allow spend some of these segments answering them and.
"piero piero" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And we're watching her show and we noticed something that you may try this at home so we noticed that she's pretty loud kind of allow sweet boys she's very i go she's very loud and my son said turn it down it turns out with judge janine pierrot pereiro fluid piero piero judge janine this is a scientific fact the more you turn her get her down the louder done but it's possible to turn down that should be her slogan judge janine impossible to turn down she wants to be heard above the other two stations that i'm listening to all same time what are we doing here we have another story this is the the poncho gate jared do this poncho for three days the students and wanted to do this poncho stores students were victorious a catholic high school in the detroit area has backed off plans to pass out modesty ponchos modesty at their school prom because kids like this little lady here little lady this little lady hold me hold on l condescending young lady she said that she didn't want to wear that i would refuse the poncho and if i'm not able to tend my prom is fine i would be okay with going to dinner somewhere else so if you the idea was if you show too much skin where are you going to kill it because go to red lobster outback steakhouse something perfectly happy doing totally fine we're going to give modesty ponchos to put over the students want again that's what's wrong.