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Aromatherapy spray linked to US deaths faces recall
"There's a recall announced on a type of aromatherapy spray that could be linked to two deaths from bacterial contamination it was a health mystery that may have been solved for people in different states developed a rare tropical disease known as merely dosis although none it traveled out of the country now health officials are investigating a spray sold online and at Walmart stores called better homes and gardens lavender and camomile essential oil infused aromatherapy room spray with gemstones it's imported from India the centers for disease control is testing bottles of this break in various fragrances after finding the bacteria that causes melioidosis in the home of one of those sickened among the two people who died was a child from Georgia hi Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "quinn" discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover
"Hey guys why we digress massively sutton anyway. Yeah quinn was amazing. It was nice seeing him in a completely different role to what we see him and now he's always like the dark growth of scott mentally scarred and in their see we just like completely cavalry around by nonprofit allies humorous. Yes even when he is. Like dot broody and like the main thing. I would say that. I've seen him in gotham. Yeah because i watched all of the series yeah adopt sarcastic kostic edge to. Yeah yeah yeah. He kind of a year the whole time. Even when it's dead serious and he'll say one stupid thing within it where you're just saying what do you do at ease alleged. Brilliant so we also had karen who was played by an actress cold and boucher right who. I've not really seen anything since. I remember being in this district like before we start watching the film. I can totally on distinctly remembered. Have been she for me. She was the drop in in the heavy energy. That's what i want to say in the energy. Just didn't i didn't feel or as much as everyone else. You know what i mean. I think i kinda got thought because everybody else was really big cactus. Yeah what did like about a was she wa- because the wasn't one in the movie she wasn't just a love traffic into trouble to get one immediately but she wasn't really love interest at all because there was no real sort of light romantic while the was i mean that's where he bites. Yeah they were shaggy without checking. I'm just putting it out there. I mean i'm not saying that. I've been anyone's neck but i'm pretty sure that i wouldn't be so some pin them while i'm doing it. Which is essentially what was happening and it was getting faster than they would change in the camera angles. There was hope and then a hump and then it was like they were having sex with. It was very very sexual. Squeaky look what it was just like. It was very sexual. I didn't read it like the book. Kinda get we say now but even if it was that was the only sorts of pa announced and i actually saw. I didn't like that is what i'm saying. Like the wasn't element. No no. I didn't i didn't like that avis actualized. Because i like the fact that there wasn't really to love entrust was like the second that they start to like each other. One of them does something that enough so it was like when she was like he used me as bait. And you got over it yet and i just love that. It was hilarious. I like that. She had her own genuine. It on a did like the way she was kicking us with. I can't remember he or she was fighting now but she put up a decent fight. The girl the girl vampire the blonde. Yeah yeah. I'm weird dude from the hospital in the pit. Yea dude was the annual proper. How i think you also all the way through. I think it was when it was the talk scenes. it was when she was interacting with people. Don't know was just like a stage. I don't think appreciates it was uneven even looking at a film now normally when you've got like the big male star on the female sidekick probably not the word but you know what i mean through the film. Yeah they're always even now. It's rather there isn't a looming love interest elements and the unindo show was i'd correctable. It did feel like even twenty years ago it. She had a proper story. Heroin story going through and she wasn't just rescued all the time by by blade. I thought i thought that was good. And then the last the last main character was kris kristofferson as whistler who is boss but then he's not that is two. yeah he's a number two. I remember two intriguing thing from number two. Spoilers i think in number two it turns out that when he tried to shoot himself he already tend too much so he survived the gun shop but then if cured him because the karen how to cure when she called herself so the documents happened so he did turn survived the gunshot and then killed his vampire vampirism. But he's cool. I to show odd that when the bit when the hot blade when quinn odd blade just broke celebrate with massive explosion so my thought of karma maurice ad put his is a brilliant interro jima for yes amazing oxygen and he's still held zone against like when frost and quinn raided the warehouse. He probably held. Well it is. It is pretty standard character character for most movies. Use the cure wasn't he be bor- those retail played really well and i think that's why at the end the daycare on such a good job of it on. That's why they brought him back. That's basically written the rear end the rules to to bring him back. Yeah so talking about the rules that they didn't really stick to the rules that assaf out in the movie. When it came like how ca- vampires d did get did givers us rules. They said like golic wicks silva calcium sunlight. Cross do shit. He said bought didn't really follow it. Because i i wasn't the impression particularly from the scene with the blue wave. The if you got him with selva anywhere yeah that was them. Because the silver was killing but then donna logos stopped in the imbo shoulders with silver stakes. So it didn't quite grasp why. I took it as nelson selva. Does the same dot of wooden stake would know the actual damage would so way he'd been stopped. It wasn't enough to kill him okay. But like if it if they've got the heart to kill them straight away if the if they'd been shopped too many times to kill them the same genetic. Do you know what. I mean by. Khalil are bought but then there was a bit tight when karen when karen escaped to the very end and she's on the vampire angeles you just shot him in the chest with the shock going on he just turned to our is. So it's is. It was the same point that when it becomes too much damage for them. Like the numbers won't kill them quicker than could clean house. We'll heal themselves. Wingback completely melted or bent to a crisp knee with dad. And then i swear points at the end blade literally put someone in the facing to watch because there was anyone. It just didn't seem very you know. I'm a big big thing for the new the other. It was just like hang on. That doesn't make sense. How come this guy's been stopped all over twice and satellites needn't die on this dude and putting it in the vase to to wash also did song cream. Wack don't even get me started just like totally talking ave complete if some cream works. What's the falkenberg why we tried to go into the blood. Just his boyd onto boots. Roses say fifty chicago with it. Though feel australia. they wouldn't eat. Nobody's history that's it. It just seemed a bit ridiculous. Yeah when he was doing when the him in the blood win. Anyone you melted. But why didn't it was just ridiculous. Because i feel that. I thought when the the the basic dragged up ancient vampire deadly into the stone and he put the bike helmets in the end. And maybe this cream can just cover them in really really low so in light and then wants to song came up. The ads put bike helmets on but then in the park he was just stood there in the middle of that. I was on cream on hold. The child held in the kit. It's like it doesn't no one was bothered by it now. exactly really. The case was thrown in front of a books and mother and nobody even looks shocked. And when you were watching the extras. Because i did this. I watched the extras while. It's all happening.
Report: Far-right anti-government group grows significantly
"A human rights organization is expressing concerns over the rapid growth in membership of a far right anti government group the group is called people's rights it was founded by anti government activist Ammon Bundy who was arrested twice last year for disruptive protests against covert restrictions at the Idaho capital he's previously known for an armed standoff in twenty sixteen at an Oregon wildlife refuge and a dispute in Nevada with his father over grazing rights on government land the institute for research and education on human rights says Bundy's group has members in thirty eight states and is spreading to Canada there are some thirty three thousand members of fifty three percent increase in a year the institute's expressing concerns that people's rights calling for taking up arms to defend against government officials and its alliances with groups like the proud boys could effectively work to overturn civil rights and shape public policy I'm Jackie Quinn
Charges unlikely for riders who saw Philadelphia train rape
"Prosecutors say they don't expect to file charges against any Philadelphia train riders who witnessed the sexual assault last week but did nothing to intervene the Delaware County district attorney's office says prosecutors want witnesses to come forward rather than be afraid of possible prosecution as it investigates the October thirteenth attack on a septa train camera show the victim repeatedly groped by suspect fished in Norway for over half an hour minutes after he ripped her pants open officers boarded the train and caught him in the act transversal is estimated ten people may have been sitting or standing near the victim's seat and some appear to be filming the attack on their phones but experts say under Pennsylvania law bystanders don't have a legal duty to intervene I am Jackie Quinn
Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh
"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very
COVID-19 and pregnancy: Women regret not getting the vaccine
"An expectant mother who lost her baby after falling ill with coded nineteen is urging other women to get vaccinated against the deadly virus kindle Nipper lives in Georgia and had just a short bout with the corona virus but it was enough to cause a miscarriage in July just weeks from her baby boy's due date I did everything I could have possibly done the only thing I could do that I will have to carry with me see her doctor says the placenta was infected with the virus which likely hindered the baby's ability to get oxygen and nutrients nippers teamed up with Amanda Harrison who contracted cove it it had to be intubated but she and her baby survived and then it's almost like a survivor's guilt the two women are sharing stories in an attempt to persuade pregnant women to get covert nineteen vaccinations to protect themselves and their babies I'm Jackie Quinn
Pig-to-human transplants come a step closer with new test
"Scientists have come a step closer toward using animal organs for human transplants with the successful experiment using a kidney from a pig surgeons at NYU Langone health attached a pig's kidney to a pair of large blood vessels outside the body of a deceased woman the kidney did what it was supposed to do filter waste and produce urine the woman's family agreed to keep her body on a respirator to allow for this experiment to take place pigs are being studied to address the shortage of human organs since they're already slaughtered for food they can't pay for this experiment came from a gene edited animal to eliminate a sugar that's found in pigs that could have triggered rejection the surgery was led by Dr Robert Montgomery a transplant recipient himself who said he accepted a donor heart from someone with hepatitis C. not knowing if a more suitable organ would be available in time to save his life hi Jackie Quinn
Trump files lawsuit to keep Jan. 6 documents from Congress
"Former president Donald Trump filed suit against the house select committee and the National Archives as the standoff intensifies over a former advisers refusal to testify before the committee investigating the deadly capital it tack in January former president trump is trying to block the release of documents related to the January sixth insurrection heading to court to challenge president Biden's decision to waive executive privilege on those items trump called it a vexatious illegal fishing expedition but last week Biden's press secretary said there's nothing political about working to ensure that the events of January six never happen again the January sixth committee is scheduled to vote today to hold former trump adviser Steve Bannon in criminal contempt of Congress he defied a subpoena relating to his role in the attempt to violently blocked Joe Biden's presidential certification from taking place Jackie Quinn Washington
Data shows ship crossed over oil pipeline that ruptured
"California authorities are focusing on tracking data that show a massive cargo ship repeatedly drifting over the undersea pipeline that ruptured early this month a Coast Guard official says federal investigators are examining whether the anchor from a Panama registered container ship MSE Dennett snagged the undersea pipeline in pulled across the sea floor this ship was being buffeted by strong winds from a storm and repeatedly crossed over the pipeline but here's what's hard to explain that ship was drifting a radically on January twenty fifth it wasn't until early October that oil and tar balls started washing up off Huntington beach in southern California investigators say that could mean another ship dragged anchor over the pipeline the line might have been hit by something else at a later date or the pipeline itself may have suffered some type of failure hi Jackie Quinn
Biden team asks Supreme Court to pause Texas abortion law
"The budget ministrations asking the US Supreme Court to block district Texas abortion law while legal challenges play out in the courts the justice department has asked the nation's highest court to lift an appeals court order that allows Texas to continue enforcing its abortion ban spelled out in a unique law designed to resist federal court challenges the department says the Texas ban defies previous abortion decisions because the time frame in which the procedure is allowed has already expired before many women realize they are pregnant White House press secretary Jen Psaki says president Biden wants to protect abortion access for women he continues to believe that roe V. Wade as should be is the law of the land he supports efforts to codify roe V. Wade the administration also told the justices they could fast track a decision on the law's constitutionality this term which sees another abortion case on the docket Jackie Quinn Washington
Trump sues House January 6 committee to block release of documents
"Former president Donald Trump filed a lawsuit trying to block the release of documents sought by the committee investigating the January sixth capital insurrection just days after president biting ordered the release of documents call logs and schedules from the trump White House from January sixth the former president's filed a lawsuit saying the request by the congressional committee investigating the deadly attack is almost limitless in scope and seeks records with no reasonable connection to that day trump calls it a political ploy in court papers and says biting should assert executive privilege the January sixth legislative committee seeking the documents as it investigates the mob of trump supporters that stormed the capital trying to block the certification of Biden's election victory Jackie Quinn
Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?
"Federal health officials are urging people to get a flu shot this year and they say yes you can combine it with a coded vaccination in the same visit flu specialist Richard Webby at Saint Jude's children's hospital is warning about a possible twin dem ich covert nineteen in the flu circulating at the same time this fall he says it's perfectly safe to get both shots at once saying doctors give multiple inoculations all the time centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Polinsky please do your part to ensure that everyone is best protected against flu she says because last year people were mostly isolated and wearing masks they are concerned reduced population level immunity to the seasonal flu could place us at risk for a potentially severe flu season this year Jackie Quinn Washington
Fate of George Floyd pardon request now with Texas governor
"It will be up to the governor of Texas to decide if the late George Floyd should receive a pardon the recommendation for a posthumous pardon comes from the Texas board of pardons and paroles reviewing George Floyd's two thousand four arrest for selling ten dollars worth of crack Floyd died in twenty twenty at the hands of Minneapolis police but he was from the Houston area the public defender's office requested the pardon because Floyd had been arrested by and now indicted former officer whose entire case history is under review after a deadly drug raid attorney Allison Mathis alleges that Floyd was setup by a corrupt police officer and she says that's not something we should stand for in the United States I'm Jackie Quinn
AstraZeneca asks FDA to authorize COVID antibody treatment
"Drug maker AstraZeneca is seeking U. S. regulatory approval for a new medicine to prevent to cope with nineteen it would be a breakthrough in protecting people from covert nineteen AstraZeneca's developed a combination antibody treatment it says can reduce the risk of developing symptomatic cobit nineteen by seventy seven percent it's aimed at people with compromised immune systems and those not getting the desired results from vaccines while the food and drug administration has already approved three other antibody drugs to try to reduce symptoms this would be the first used for prevention if approved Jackie Quinn Washington
Trial against pharmacy chains' opioid sales set to begin
"Testimony gets underway today in a federal trial aimed at penalizing major drug store chains for how they dispensed addictive pain killers two Ohio counties are suing retailer CVS Walgreens Walmart and giant eagle claiming they've created a public nuisance by selling some one hundred forty one million prescription pain killing drugs between the years twenty twelve and twenty sixteen and that the cost of abatement for the opioid addiction crisis is about a billion dollars for each county defense attorneys say the pharmacies were filling prescriptions written by doctors for patients with a legitimate medical need and that federal guidelines were followed right aid settled its lawsuit for an undisclosed amount I'm Jackie Quinn
Wyoming librarians under fire for books about sex, LGBTQ
"Prosecutors in Wyoming are considering criminal charges against library officials who've stocked controversial real life books for children and teens the controversies over less than twenty non fiction books in the Gillette Wyoming the library they involve sex education childbirth and L. G. B. T. Q. issues angry residents have complained to police one couple said the books violate child sex laws a local pastor season fifty calls them filthy books that should not even be at a public library prosecutors in Campbell county are now reviewing the complaints a special prosecutor will be appointed to decide if library officials should face criminal charges hi Jackie Quinn
Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization
"Two leading infectious disease experts say it's encouraging news that Merck has gotten good results from its experimental drug to treat to cope with nineteen patients White House Kobe advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the report from work gives hope of a life saving treatment that people could take as a pill of importance is that in the placebo group there were eight deaths and in the treatment group there were no deaths Merck says it will soon be asking the U. S. food and drug administration to approve the drug's use Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says it works like Tama flew stopping the virus from replicating ended something patients could get from a drug store at the moment people who are newly infected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions an independent group of advisors monitoring Merck's trial recommended stopping it early because the results were so strong I'm Jackie Quinn
NWSL Commissioner Baird resigns amid scandal
"A day after North Carolina courage coach Paul Riley was fired accused by two players of sexual coercion and misconduct the female commissioner of the national women's soccer league has stepped down Lisa Baird spent less than two years at the helm FIFA and U. S. soccer have opened investigations into the case with the statement that player safety and respect is the paramount responsibility of every person involved in this game coach Riley's denied the allegations which have rocked the league and prompted the cancellation of this weekend's games I'm Jackie Quinn
Powerball jackpot rises to $620 million, 10th largest in US
"Get ready for a long lines and big dreams as Powerball fever heats up again it's been nearly four months since someone one power ball so the jackpot for Saturday's somewhere around six hundred twenty million dollars that's the tenth highest prize in U. S. history lots of people who don't ordinarily buy lottery tickets are willing to line up for their chance the odds though are not great one in two hundred ninety two million the last time there was a power ball winner was June fifth I'm Jackie Quinn
"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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You find that your favorite songs or maybe the songs that are most fulfilling to you that they they come faster almost fully formed versus the ones that you really have to kinda like find your way a little bit more. Not necessarily i will say i get like not even in the studio just my daily life. I'll get this kind of manic creative energy. And i'll hear these melodies in my head and i'll pull my voice memos and try to lay something down and then i'll stop that voice. Meme start a new one report a harmony for that line. I just recorded and i remember. I did this one song That i recorded the whole thing in voice memos at eleven thirty pm the previous night of a morning session and it ended up being a great song I had all these ideas for like strings orchestra part so i was mimicking. Those sounds with my with my voice. And i ended up including them in the track. And just like there are those Energy where is something better than you. And and you lay it down and it turns into something All songs to start with like the bare bones. And i have those moments lot. I just record the bare bones and it becomes something great. So i don't know if that answers your question but that's been my strains. Oh absolutely and i know i know. Faith is a big part of your life. And i was gonna ask you how that comes through in your music but it sounds like you just answered it. I mean those moments of inspiration were just there it is. That's that's kind of words in your mouth but no it's weird man with the faith like i never would have mentioned that i was making this kind of music Like it's it's not straight up christian music but it's not straight pop very much crossover between you with these subtle faith undertones and and i liked that because it's actually really representative of hawaiians person and where i am in my faith journey but if you told me that i'd be making music with any faith undertones. I probably would have been pretty surprised but is weird man. I i went through this really really difficult. Rough patch in my life Before this project hang online. And i needed something to turn to I i needed like something bigger than me to stop where i was at. Take a complete left. Turn and start over It was some health issues. And i did i stopped. I never had an alcohol problem. But i stopped drinking. I haven't had a drink in almost fourteen months. I don't mess around with any drugs or anything. But yeah it's like i went through this verbal rough patch and in their rough patch in the in the midst of it. When i was at my lowest low i started getting these synchronicity or these signals from a higher power I'm super acepted. That stuff you know. I kind of have that creative energy of. But i listened to higher power and call that god if you will like. It just took me down. This left turn that. I was so desperately seeking to make things better and that's like this project came online. That's when i did the christian musical a week away. So is this all always felt very meant to be and when i was doubting god the most that's when i realized like them by god has been leading this the whole time and i'm in the best place i've been in years and i'm stable but yeah i can't deny we'll have to go into detail with intuit another time. That might shock the listener here but it was pretty bad. I was in bed place better. I'm i'm so glad to hear that and also thank you for for sharing that with me and with listeners. I really appreciate your trust and And your music as well. I mean you know. I think that people who are receptive to our music are receptive to all kinds of different energies. To and i. I personally believe that. That's all related in thinking and you said you call it. God call it whatever you want and there's something else that we may be can't necessarily see or touch but it definitely is there. I could not agree with you more and yeah just delicious. Thank you for listening you know. And that's what this whole product is been. It's been me funneling all that energy and all that experience and everything. I went through to turn it into something positive. I what am i. Friends told me after released wildfire. There like you realize you're because i did this ep while back in She said do you realize that out of the cold. That single from the ep that you did was a pretty pretty dark depressing song. In retrospect compared to what the citizen you went from out of the cold to wildfire. That's like that. And that is so representative of the journey that i went through in a nutshell. So that's why like so excited about this. That's coming up. Because it's taking all the stuff that i learned all the really heavy shit and just making something great out of it and i'm so excited for it. You know i love it. Can't wait for folks to hear kevin. This has been a true pleasure. Thank you so much for your time today and your music and just opening yourself up you are the best. I really really appreciate it. Thank you so much. And i'm so grateful that we will add this conversation. I'm stoked so it was great meeting..
"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"Folklore. i think is that one. Yeah yeah so. Those two i think aaron deaths ner is a pretty big piece of that project and for me. It's like i love the kind of folk thing that she ventured into with those two albums especially dude. I'm such a big of justin vernon monitor one of my favorite bands of all time. And i'm lucky to be alive to watch them. I saw him at the hollywood bowl. Oh nice so. But the way that she kinda ventured into that sound with them at the helm is is my favorite thing. She's done so far by far. Oh super unexpected. I didn't i guess. I should've maybe expected given her sort of country slightly more folksy beginnings but still did not see that comment after You know lover and everything. That was before the i feel like. That's what a good artists does. She's a great artist now. As like you reinvent yourself. With every album. I mean that's what it should be in my mind Even like justin timberlake man of the woods. Something totally different than what he was doing before So you know like as far as my own personal music. I definitely have an idea of what. I want this first project to be but i already have ideas like what's the software l. Gonna look like was you know what i mean. So i have these ideas in my head that i want to execute but i just got finish reporting the debut album. I doubt how far along are you with that I would say of the songs are written at this point I think we've produced three just about to produce three-year so wildfire is one of them. There's a second single And then i have the surprise. Spanish version wildfire. Which by this point of the podcast being aired on. I think we'll be out by september. Twenty four th whatever. I'm not sure. I think you're catching me. Not knowing what dad actually is today. I think it might be right. I think it might be this friday so slightly before it but but yeah close very close. They have the spanish version wildfire. Look forward to that. And then i was gonna say a third and fourth song. Then we got a record. The rest of the like six or seven there But recording this vantage wildfire was a lot more difficult than i expected. I should just say that for the record. How's that just with with getting the the sounds out of your mouth. That maybe aren't aren't ordinarily something you'd sing or yeah 'cause here's the thing like i'm not fluid fluent i'm more than conversational am but i'm less than fluent so i feel pretty confident when we had this idea to give in the latin american markets. Something they listen to you And we were going to do like portuguese version. And i'm not sure if that chain we'd realized how difficult it was to get the spanish worn done but we recorded it at the capitol tower. A very nice. We had like crazy. Nice mike. We're a sinatra's migrate. Whoa i was super stoked about it. our engineer was like just. You know nauseous. Mike so but it was just like the delivery of the spanish words within the context of the melody was a lot more difficult than i thought it would be because you know when you singing your native language. When i'm singing in english i can hear how melody and pitched and everything. I want in the vocal performance. How it should be in english. Because i hear it back as doing it but with advanced like that element of hearing yourself back in the might refer in headphones wasn't as prominent so. I felt like i was shooting blind a lot of time. That's really interesting. Yeah i don't know how to explain it but overall very pleased without doubt i know the label is pleased. I think the fans are going to be pleased but it was definitely a a more difficult idea to execute. The night is expected. Oh wow i can't wait to hear me all power to ya. It took eight years of french and my teacher used to make me read at the end of class for her amusement because my pronunciation was so bad she was just roll and and of course now totally gave me a complex. I won't you know all the language arts teachers have a steel day with their students. Oh yeah big time relatable man i mean you talk speaking of all the different influences. You have something i wanted to ask you about. I know you have a obviously a very big musical theater background I did musicals in high school. i love it. I miss it every day of the songs that are in musicals. I mean just the songcraft there from people like sondheim and rodgers and hammerstein so impressive and people kind of forget the quality of those songs. What is your background in musical theater. Do for you as songwriter. You think i. that's actually a great question I definitely i never wanted my music to be like you know across line of uncleared you showy and i never wanted to quake crossed that line but at the same time. Anyone who's been musical. You can't deny that by the time you finish watching the musical and you walk out of the theater at least one song stuck in your head. It's like every single musical. Has that song powerful. It's totally powerful. Yeah with biking ensemble bathrooms backing them up. And it's a really is a a produced song onstage happening. Live and i feel like these musical leader. Songwriters are just so good with finding these super catchy melodies But they're also trying to push the bars it'll be like they may throw in a national no surprise you off guard or they may have keychain right. Everyone knows the key change in musical theater in while i've never been so bold as to include a key chains like that yet. Those melody stick with you. You can't tonight. So i i definitely feel like i took some of that from just my experience. The musical theater in finding those super hooky melodies. And if you find a melody and it's not super hoagie and you're not in love with it. Then you better finding new melody. that's how i've always approached it in the in the real thought it was interesting. How the beatles when they started out they didn't have tape recorders and so they were right melodies. That were good enough. I think if we can't remember it the next day a how can we expect fans to you know and it had this built-in sort of system of like well it's gonna be good enough for it to get stuck in our head first and it was just sort of a funny way to like a sort of litmus test their own way to weed out. The ideas weren't that good is so. Did they like if they did have a melody. 'cause i'm always interested in learning more about eagles. I'm not sure if you know a lot about them from a catholic beetle nerd okay. So if they came up with the melody right and they weren't in love with it would they change the melody or would they. Just you know stick with it. You know and you know what i mean like in the early days when they were really just trying to knock out two ish albums a year plus four singles or something like that. They would kind of like okay. Well we don't have that much time. And we're touring on top of all this. We gotta just do it. But then when they stopped touring sixty six. They would kinda massage it more and really like wait for it to be. They wouldn't waste time on something they didn't think was a hundred percent.
"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio
"As in between takes on the set. He was writing songs like a lot of songs. He's written close to one hundred and a few weeks back is fans heard the results. Wildfires name of his major label debut single in advance of a bigger collection to come. Shortly i had a great time getting a noam learning about his writing style and generally acting like to record nerds. I'm so happy to welcome. Kevin quinn oh so much talked about today but first of all. Tell me about your new single wildfire. How did this begin for you. Tell me a little bit about the inspiration. Yeah i think wildfires for me. I just wanted to create something causative In introductions of the rest of the project you know like i just want all the music to be positive uplifting inspirational I wanted to be clean. You know these create choices that i made for the project and i feel like wildfire crossed off every list for those things of of what i wanted the project e so we imagine it would be a great debut single and i'm glad we chose it I think the inspiration behind it was just like even through the worst of times in the darkness and Just total shit like like you have that wildfire in your heart. That gets you going through. You know it's like It's it's a thing that's bigger than you. That will get you through the darkest of times and it's a real thing so i feel like that's for. The wildfire metaphor a sponsor for sure absolutely. I mean it's a beautiful message especially one we need the last year and a half or so. It's definitely something we need to tap into ourselves. Yeah man it's it's so it's so really timely to you know 'cause a lot of this viral during a pandemic and i just wanted to be like the perfect timing the release considering just what the world has been through so i felt like it was. It was a godsend. You know that wildfire checked off every boxing It just it. Just felt very timeline. It felt like the timing was perfect. Absolutely in the video does such a great job of illustrating matt talk a little. Bit more about the visuals for the song. video directed by roaming white Who if anyone listening There's a movie on netflix. Called a week away. That i started. Its musical movie have you seen. You may not have i. I have not i i was actually. I was just about to ask you about that but please. I got a lot more on that to come. No no it's definitely very younger crowd. I wouldn't expect you to wash it But the director that movie. We teamed up roman. Is you create this music video. And i told him. I wanted something energetic. You know. I wanted something very much in the lane which he had done. Before with a lot of the artist you collaborate within the past Sweet i remember. We had like forty five minutes phone. Call just to discuss ideas. It's so rare that a creative relationship is so synergistic and you bounce all these ideas off each other. That's how it is wrong tonight. I spit ball an idea and he immediately receives it and vice versa So i i feel like it was very much a collaborative process even from the treatment shoe the filming to the final product. But i gotta give it up to rome because he he had this vision for the the kind of like kevin bacon. Footloose dancing around the You know what i mean and it turned out great so i was. I was super police. Are i mean. I was gonna ask. I know. obviously you were extremely involved in the soundtrack to the movie. I think. I think it was eleven out of thirteen songs. Something mike that did that in any way. Influence your decision to take the time to really focus in on your music career. After all the the acting involved with it wasn't the movie soundtrack that was a catalyst of believer nine. I had been writing music for four years of the point. I release some music. You know that. I thought was representative of where i was at at the time only to realize later. Now this this direction. I wanna go you know. I'm young enough still figuring out my sound at this point where i wanna go So i scrapped. Those songs and i started completely new project with some new creative choices. But just you know recording the soundtrack we actually recorded it on sets that we built like this makeshift studio How producer was. yeah like. He created this vocal booths in the camp sober camp. That we were shooting is really cool. Cool yeah yeah. We spend our days in there and goof around and it just felt so comfortable in an wants. Was the films music producer. Hugh edwards on like high school musical and some of the other Disney musicals but yet like i said just so comfortable although that process wasn't a catalyst for me like writing music guide already doing it definitely i. It was just experience that continued to help me grow. And i think that enough made the experience worth it and you touched on this a little bit earlier. You had something like one hundred songs in reserves right. When when you i mean. That's that's incredible to me. When did you first start writing. When i was on a disney The disney channel show called. I had a two year. Tenure on that show. And i know but yeah. Yeah i think i mentioned to some of the cast and crew that i had you know dream of pursuing music branagh. They realize the extent of how hard i was working at the time. It was just kind of something. I did on the side of when i wasn't on said but yeah i mean for years. Were the writing I if we did have a hundred dollars in my pocket before. I decided to release wildfire at least in a row. I just writing for years. But that's how particular i was i was like. I don't want to release the just for the sake of releasing it. And i had done that before and i didn't like results so i was like no. I'm knocking release anything and worked out. Where where did this come from for you. Who are some of the people that made you want to pick up an instrument and express yourself in this way. I can't explain it. i can't explain it. It was this something i was always drawn to. I think i don't know you ask any creative in in any performer in this business. It's like working. You really pinpoint their passion. And when they wanted to decide to do it or what was the catalyst but for me. It was just always something bigger than myself. It was like. I couldn't imagine myself doing anything other than performing so i i don't know i. It would carried on through my childhood. Like i remember that feeling in my childhood listening to some great music like the beatles or the rolling stones for you know just like a lot of rock bands a lot of eighties nineties music. I just absorbed myself in music as a young kid And that fallen. Me as i got older and i just knew what i wanted to hear in like track and harmonies and i got pretty good at syria. One point so i just started my own music. Wow that's really cool man. I'm someone who loves music. I mess around instruments. I take a music theory class. I have never been able to write a song in my entire life. So when i talked to someone like you who said yeah. I've written a hundred. That's just to me. That's like magic. I mean how. How does the theory factor into your your writing process. Because that's always an interesting line. Because i know these people like paul mccartney who can't read music i mean it's just totally something that they do by ear and so the the line between wanting to know what you're doing with theory but wanted to keep some magic and spontaneity and.
"quinn" Discussed on Inside the Studio
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"quinn" Discussed on Swing Left - How We Win
"Three friends. Texting to this podcast. Tell them about all the great information that you're getting out of it and the action items that you execute every make you feel like a hero for democracy Let them know that they can feel it too. Yeah powerful pitch for pod blasts summer love it and just a quick programming note Mariah and i are actually going to be guest hosting next week. A couple of episodes of the daily beans podcasts. So if you don't subscribe over there check out. The daily beans will be on there filling in for allison and dana While they're on break and So fun i feel like i feel like we're the b. team at msnbc or something like jumping on someone's show. I love it so people can get a triple this of us next week so much us next week daily. You wanted if there for you if you want it. I'm not gonna blame you if you're just good with the one that's fine too but before do that. Make sure you take a listen to our interview with Ryan quinn ryan. Quinn is a political analyst and swing left's campaign director. He leads swing. Left's political endorsement strategy for candidates and is always a wealth of information insight into political trends ryan. Thank you for bringing back the ryan report. of course. thanks for having me. Yeah so. I want to jump right into it. Because it's been new census data. That was released recently and while states have drawn new maps yet. There's some new information we have. What key information from that. are you looking at. What are your takeaways from. The census right now so so much that sense You know Bureau released on. August twelve from the demographics of the country as a whole on what certain areas of the country are growing while what are shrinking. And you know what our country looks like and you know. I think that one of the key areas of many that we saw is increasingly. The country is moving to a more diverse direction. Were quickly than we expect. Said if you look at not just overall percentages but in some of how the wording of the census was done this year The.
"quinn" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Thought with holly right. I think if people spent more than a second they would fall in love with harley quinn just generally as a character across films even the cartoon version with kaley corker probably the best and most enjoyable role. I've seen not flight attendant. I never watched big bang theory Yeah that's a hard. Yikes but i really enjoy holly quin as a character because there is a in most cases there is an off her trying to come into our yard. She has this endearing nature about her. She's she's a killer. Just like rick flag was saying about the weasel. He's homeless. he's school like twenty seven. Children like obviously You need to suspend I guess criminal sort of activity to enjoy a film like this but by all accounts holly quin is a sweetheart and she does meanwhile As well it was it was definitely most welcome. I really enjoyed her in the film she kind of was on the leash of jirka. If you'll pardon the pun. But i enjoyed her in the role. She was kind of the glue in the squad as well. I think the second time. I was watching has called Twenty sixteen is a southern getting my story sort of big stuff for harlequin where we'd watched emancipation harlequin queries. I think he was a good movie. Wasn't as bad as how people wanted to make it out. It was a lot of fun. And the action was pre. Most the helsinki stand up a was it was. You could tell john wiccan. Stanton was in the building in essence. Oh very nice. Oh very nice. Yeah but i. I think trying to understand the timelines as well. But it's only because we watch two thousand sixteen recently even though that would have come out before but i really enjoyed iraq. I thought it was great. it is sad. It's very predictable. Much like the moth. A breaking of the pearls It's very predictable way. You see holly's hot breaking because she realizes at whatever point in the story a watching that she realizes the jerk never really loved her and was always maybe not always but like at that point. She's realizing she's being used and manipulated. It was sad to see you go through that heartbreak In two thousand sixteen. Close more in monster patient. Because they don't get to see how get brokenhearted by the joker interesting inversion. It's more thinking the other joke has died and that up until the joker comes to rescue her the very end of the movie To set up a wants to patient and while..
"quinn" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"There's a lot of fear because she's been harboring a lot of secrets on one of them being how much she cares for agnes and it can be really difficult to see someone. You love sick. in mary. Of course already been furthest. She already went through the the loss of her son so when she goes in sees agnes. It's almost like seeing her bady like they really have this loving maternal relationship where they both kind of mother each other in getting in there. And it's kind of like you. You get a glimpse of your friend again. You know they have a kind of jovial moment talking the horrors but had been going on You know it's always difficult when someone you love tells you to face the music you know says you're not dealing with this in mary's not ready she's not ready for that truth Because as long as she holds onto it as long as she holds onto her son in a way she's keeping him alive even if it's just for herself and she she will not let go and you know i. I think that mary makes the wrong decision. Not dealing with Her past trauma. So yeah it is a big scene and really she kind of goes to a major chain which we ought spoil but It it really reflects the rights of the film where it goes like to play that i mean. That's that's a concern. I would say if i'm saying it right is a big is a good word for her in that particular moment of the film. Yes i you know. Mary has been running her wet running away her whole life so again. It's kind of like. She's in the convent. She thinks that she's going to have solitude and rest inches chased out of there and she runs away and tries to make it in the real world. If you will and no one will leave her alone. She just won't be left alone. And i think that starts to drive her crazy because she's not getting what she truly wants. Which is to meditate. Contemplate on the love lost of her son. It sounds like mickey was very very collaborative with you and your company and making absolutely absolutely. We talked about a different set. They were seeing. We continually may descript better like every single day. All the way through production in. He has such an amazing crew around him like their production designer caitlyn shelby. Who makes all of our sets just so detailed incredible. There's always something to look at. It was really nice to work with mickey that way and having the whole picture in the news also really nice that as an actor he was he he just gave complete truss and really focused on the shots in getting everything we needed for the movie. So that i could go through my journey unencumbered What's it like to be selected for the tribeca. Film fest.
"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Enemy that series hits that right on the head of that entire conversation that we're having a society right now anyways also wonder how much of her popularity has to do with the audiences that are not white male sis hetero but love comics and love comic book characters in love those types of movies in love. Those types of animated series are just starving for a character that they can connect with exactly and so here she is and she's not that she may not look like them but she's at least not that and so they flocked to her because she represents the other end maybe if we started to diversify those characters more you might see some people who love quinn and a black female character. I would love to see them do more with black canary. The or they love harley quinn. Because she was there gateway character but now they also love these other characters that are a more accurate representation of who they are. And it's not so much that everybody can connect with this white bisexual jewish woman but she at least is representing people who are not everyone else in the comic world right now. Yep exactly billy also brought up the fact that kathy and directed birds of prey. And i just want to point out that that is not an insignificant fact because kellyanne her previous film dead. Pigs is a magnificent chinese ethic of the movie that you never would have suspected that dc would come calling after that movie but it is an incredible film and for whatever set of reasons. I think it's remarkable that she was able to take over that film. And i think that there is something very specifically chew the non western gays as well that it's specifically non male non western non white. That is really missing a lot from perspectives in comic book. Movies on the whole right now. And i think in the birds of prey film. I think that was something that allowed a lot of people to connect to harley quinn as the character and to embrace other characters a little differently. We'll see if this trend continues in khloe zhao's upcoming internals. How other people will receive that film as well. I keep hearing damaging narratives about her coming out. That really drive me crazy because everybody wants to drive the narrative toward the zack. Snyder's of the but let's say that's not my purpose anyway and with that but that's the whole thing right because there are so little women especially women of color in the blockbuster sphere making anything that finally went one of them or two of them. Get a shot. It's immediately like oh what can we say about them that this criticism as makers even though they have all the right to be there. S makers as any of the other makers have their right. And that's kind of thing that hollywood needs to unlearn and that's gonna take a lot of time until all the old white men sitting at the tones die basically what you notice whether it's marvel but especially with these see like i said where you have one or brother. Writers is that people top down. Look at things go like yet but this is not my perspective. Comic books are fruit. Boys are men so men can make look at the dark knight. That went well because nolan needed. And nolan is a man with vision so only men with vision. Ma comic book movies. Only penises with is on the is on them are allowed to make comic books and they have to be rooting. And if they can speak with a british accent even better whether they're british or not and if they can mumble with a british accent even better the best thing in a perfect world for these people for these investors would be an elon..
"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"These animated series that are much more animated movie series that are much more human oriented like human ordinary experience types of things focused and i think all of the stuff that harlequin is going through the poison. Ivy is going through gives you that background of something. That is a joyful experience to see them figure out. That isn't going up against the titans of the hero world or whatever right like it isn't universe defying expectations. just buck. who am i and what does that mean. And how do i figure that out. And also what am i going to do about dinner later and i love that and then said when you mash all that up with some ultra violence and some foul mouth profanity. That's my jam right there. It's so interesting too. Because i still remember from the very opening line of the animated series when it was a captain raising glass and saying my fellow whites the second i saw that frame i was like oh this is this is. This is my show. I'm gonna like this. I'm gonna like this and then it ends in a rousing cry of fuck the poor and then you're like okay definitely my show definitely my show. It's so interesting. Though how this show is so specifically tied into certain messages as well about capitalism and misogyny and a lot of the things that this particular podcast is all about. And i always have found it so fascinating that harley quinn is the character represents so many different things as an lgbtq plus icon as everything. But she is. Why do you think that there's been this explosion of so many different aspects of media that focus on her right now. Do you think it's because of the way that she is crafted in terms of her social justice messages or the way that narratives are constructed around the think. It's in indeed like how things are changing currently especially with newer generations. How harley quinn was portrayed in the beginning was very from a very misogynistic like very meal gaze point of view whereas now she's involved to being her own character like we all mentioned the she can carry a whole movie. She's the main show for a lot of people and they've made her more independent and have her literally. Honest screen tried to pry loose from that male gaze character world that was bestowed upon her in the nineties. thousands so this whole independent woman independent person. Just going out there doing what you want to do for yourself. Character arc is very liberating m very up to date with how young girls nowadays wanna see themselves as well. they have something that they can actually latch onto. Learn from. What the new harley quinn is doing and if you look at it how they've done it for instance in the animated series..
"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"I highly recommend that for anyone who is interested in introducing the younger generation to harley quinn. I highly recommend. Also stephanie phillips new reboot of harley quinn. Future state. Amanda conner in jimmy poem. Yati also had a wonderful run of harley quinn as well that i also love but right now what. Stephanie phillips doing i think is absolutely amazing to have a really strong female writing voice on the character which we haven't had before and i think that's really powerful and i'm really happy that the comics industry has kind of stepped up to the plate with that and with birds of prey. I was so so happy to see birds of prey and all of the various team members the way that they came together in that film. I wonder though how the rest of you process that film comparatively to suicide squad or to something else. Was it what you were expecting. It's a much better. I think anyway. It's a much better film than suicide. Squad suicide squad is a lot of fun. Billy makes fun of me. Because i love the soundtrack from that film. Because it's basically the soundtrack from our high school days. It's like nineties dance. Yeah it is. It is great. Don't tell on me. I would but i enjoy watching that movie. It's really fun. But if you strip the soundtrack out of that movie. I think you go it lose a lot of enjoyment from it but the most fun thing about suicide squad is the music and the one liners and watching harlequin. Beat the shit out of people. There's not a lot more to it and birds of prey is in a whole different tier films. That genuinely good movie in. It doesn't need that crutch like well. It'll tap into your nineties. You'll enjoy it in that kind of thing. I think with both movies. What is noticeable that it they didn't give harlequin top billing basically but she carries both movies completely on her shoulders. 'cause people watch suicide squad because of harleys main look in. She was portrayed new trailers everything and people went to birds of prey. Not for the birds of prey but for harley quinn. The fact that they called it the verge of prey and the emancipation of something..
"quinn" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus
"Nice all right. Billy were onto you. What introduced you. It will definitely be the tim verse. The batman animated series. I watch that forever. And i think that's amongst the best of dc comic representation on the screen anyways. I'm an enormous fan of timbers. I think it's great brevity. With batman and superman all the way through the justice league united. But i think probably what i like about her. And what i find interesting about the timbers thing is a lot of conversation today is how accurate to the comics or the movies that were watching. How true to the characters are out his cannon. Go along and i really liked the idea that the timbers was this creation factoring for characters that became beloved comic characters. But they're not from the comics. I think that's a really cool thing. And then so when you see harlequin come on in suicide squad or birds of prey. Does it have to be exactly the same as everything else has gone before. An important fact. The movies are often doing things that are way more interesting with their characters. And they sort of wind up being shoehorned into in some of the comic book moments which isn't dislike off on comics but that wealth of creative input in the different mediums does add something to the characters so you get to see with the timbers this creation i think a very fun character and then fast forward twenty five years or whatever and then you get to see margot robbie take harlequin from suicide squad. Two birds of prey. And it's just really this amazing transformation of a character. So i guess i'm within yellow in terms of falling in love. I find her very compelling character once you get to the margot robbie era. But i think she's a very fun character always around like i've slept for giant mallet that she carries around and i think it's great that they get to show that in birds of prey to. Yeah i love that giant mallet. I also love the baseball. That iconography to yeah. It's really a wonderful thing when you get to explore that. But i'm also going to speak up for the comics here. Because obviously i love what dini and tim did in terms of everything with the animated series since that was the genesis of harley on the whole but what they did in terms of the comic books with her was really an extension of what they were doing on screen that got a little darker and a little more sadistic in certain ways than it was on screen. And then when carl kessel picks up the run of harley quinn. He has harley in poison ivy. Take up together in this wonderful partnership in the comic books that i really fell in love with and i have to say in terms of my relationship to the harley quinn comic books. It wasn't until karl kessels. Start of harley quinn's adventures where there's even a sequence where harley quinn goes to hell and there's all kinds of amazing things that happen. That's what i really started to fall in love with what this character was in a larger sense and so now i feel like there are so many different people doing so many different things ravi already mentioned har- lean. We've also had the young adult novel breaking glass which is fantastic..
"quinn" Discussed on AP News
"Quinn the U. S. is under a national emergency because of the rapid spread of the new coronavirus the most recent tally from the CDC has more than two thousand cases in America and more than four dozen deaths although for most people symptoms are only mild to moderate the governor of Montana is just announced the virus has entered his state reporting for cases there president trump made the emergency declaration to free up federal funds at a rose garden news conference the president said the declaration will free up to fifty billion dollars for state and local governments virus response is also waiving interest on federally held student loans among other groups the administration's been criticized for a slow virus testing rollout no I don't take responsibility at all blaming it on an old system not equipped for this size outbreak the president says more tests are being made available but urged people not to rush forward without certain symptoms it's totally unnecessary but says he will most likely be tested Sager make on the at the White House the second person who was at Mar a Lago with president trump last week and is tested positive for corona virus the mayor of Miami who attended that event is also sick and first daughter Ivanka trump along with Attorney General William Barr met with an Australian official who has since come down with Kobe nineteen house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that they did go she sings with the White House produced a federal aid package that will help families and workers impacted by the virus provide for free testing sick leave benefits and food assistance for kids who aren't getting meals because their schools are closed now working together we will once again prevail and will come out stronger than before most major sports events are canceled in the U. S. even some retail outlets like American dream this is a P. news Boeing and southwest are working to learn more about a crack that ruptured in the skin of a jet that it taking off from Las Vegas the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a twelve inch crack that ruptured the skin on a Boeing seven thirty seven jet operated by Southwest Airlines the cost the jet to gradually lose cabin pressure the incident occurred Monday on a flight from Las Vegas to Boise Idaho according to flight records the pilots initiated a rapid six minute descent from thirty nine thousand feet to a safe cabin pressure at twenty two thousand feet southwest and the FAA say oxygen masks did not deploy in the passenger cabin the jet landed safely in Boise I might cross yeah New York state has opened its first drive through corona virus test center it's opened in the hard hit suburb of new Rochelle the governor says it's safer to test people in their cars stocks had a rebound Friday the Dow up nearly two thousand points I'm Jackie Quinn APNews more news right after this thank you for listening to the AP radio network.
"quinn" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"And we know that there was a scene that was filmed for this movie that figures featured some sort of representation of that Juncker characters parley getting kicked out and it's out there somewhere. Maybe we'll see extended edition the awesome a deleted scene extend addition or something like that I mean they do. It is the same. It's the same Harley so it's the same joker from suicide squad. They were going to use his footage from suicide squad but they decided against actually putting him in the film You do see a version of the joker from behind and it has the same style. Same hair slicked back and everything But it's just really quick. Some people are even speculating that the animation at the beginning because the animation of parley and the joker are more classic Comic Book. They're like oh they're already doing away with jared leto joker by making this this comic Book Accurate. Looking Joker in this animation. While it's like there was not that. Co Margot Robbie never portrayed that comic book accurate Harley Quinn except for that one shot that mirrored the Alex Ross Tuxedo joker and Harley Quinn. Like that's it so you know. Margot Robbie personified that version of Harley Quinn either so like it was a stylized animation just to you know just to give you the lowdown on her character Really fast from literally conception to the time she became Harley Quinn her to once you talked about this earlier like she's telling the story she's narrating all of this so it's almost kind of like we're looking inside of her head like she sees it as a cartoon animation..
"quinn" Discussed on KOMO
"Quinn had some pretty tough questions for city leaders but to the synthesis patrols work the city put emphasis patrols last summer and seven Seattle neighborhoods including downtown Seattle monitoring Third Avenue was there we met Bob Masina who walks Third Avenue to get to work even at the time he said in any sense of security was temporary when they come in the problem the emphasis patrol stop returns and settles back to its original state yes mayor Durkin about this fleeting presence can you had emphasis patrols in the area Atherton time this summer do you regret pulling them back at the end of the summer we actually did not pull back we've had emphasis patrols in that corridor on on an ongoing an intermittent basis ongoing an intermittent so in short police have been there sometimes just a heads up before traffic starting tonight cruiser and make some changes from I five to highway sixteen in Tacoma ten o'clock tonight the I five northbound collector distributor lanes at exit one thirty two to south thirty eighth street and that's our sixteen will be down a lane for round the clock work you should delay your late night early morning trips to avoid long backups they say the plan is to get the referee open by five o'clock Monday morning it's five thirty four in coming up on the come on morning news it's not every day someone offers you a free house I'm Brian Calvert in these pieces of history can be yours on just one condition check your Friday driver como traffic now every ten minutes here's Kiera we don't have any major blocking problems right now I am seeing some growing volumes in Evert on south on I five around the review driving you'll also find yourself tapping the brakes is your protein that four oh five split in Lynn let me love north and I five is busy through Tacoma city center and now we're starting to thicken up more as you're traveling out of the federal way area north at one six seven you've been dealing with scattered flowing traveling three seven or the volumes are too heavy through there right now what's the deal with some scattered slowing is your protein Willis street and we're becoming busier between a hundred and eighty eight then pour off five looks like north bound for a five is tapping the brakes right around the sun set area we've been dealing with the stalled semi truck in Seattle this is partially blocking our northbound I. five off ramp to the west Seattle bridge and we have a closure of the hood canal bridge plan for approximately six fifteen this morning self just wanted to give you a heads up there if you're headed that way you might find yourself stop for a bit around six fifteen our next couple traffic up by forty four Kevin this time is brought to you by a pork pork has the largest network of independent professionals like designers developers data scientists you name it when you need in demand talent on demand up or keep his house a look at the weather now she making plans for the weekend here's meteorologist Kristyn Clarke well we had nearly an inch of rain in Seattle on.
"quinn" Discussed on The New How Podcast
"Today on the new podcast. We have ryan quinn with us. Ryan the great ryan quinn. Put the show now you can. You can cut that out. Just messing around ryan welcome. Were excited to have you here in open up season two in our new podcast lounge the lounge not a studio but we need some couches. I think next time But we like to die right in the new. How podcast on all of our guests already know that But most of the guests don't know who you are so we like to give our guests an opportunity to describe who they are how they came into the podcast today. How develop that relationship in business Do you mind giving the crowd just like a thirty second two minute. Overview of who ryan. Quinn is dasher Well i am a real estate agent here in philadelphia My brokerages space and company. And i've been doing real estate for about fifteen years now and primarily Concentrating in new construction and by doing construction. Gotta meet with architects. Gotta do the marketing and got in touch with you guys and I wanna say what was that. Like forty six years ago. Probably the you know we we nearly out of college well while you did a project on north third street Yeah bodine nor third. And i wasn't for you. That was that was for somebody else. Yup but i saw you guys are doing. And i was like yeah. That's that's the new way to do. Marketing knew how the new how new the new how and so yes. I reached out to see what you're about and that's how we got connected and then i think last week you invited me over here. Just highly highly. How many new construction homes. You think you've sold in the last fifteen years. Oh jeez sny put me on the spot. 'cause i know how many people i may maybe fired from my companies. Like one to five somewhere i. The house was heavy souls. I'd say on average like if you take them all together because you've got highs and lows got good years you guys. You know struggling years. I'd say probably about fifty a year now so that.
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"Quinn. Komo news. More wait times could last for weeks for some ferry commuters. Very writers between west Seattle and Vashon might be waiting longer than normal because one of the three vessels fifty two years old and in his need of repair. So starting on Monday, the Fauntleroy Vashon Southworth route will operate on a two boats schedule instead of the usual three riders on two other routes, Edmonds, Kingston and Seattle Bremerton may also experienced delays is smaller than usual boats serve those routes these delays could last through the end of the month. Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan is proposing it libraries for all plan that would raise taxes and among other things eliminate late fees for books we have to remove as many barriers as possible. So we will be eliminating all of the overdue library fine. She's proposing to replace an existing levee with the more expensive one that would cost the advertisement or about seven dollars a month. Eight million dollars would go to expanding the layer excuse me, eliminating the late fees while the rest of it would go to maintenance renovation and. Expanded operations. Komo news time six ten that means it's time to get a check of sports St Louis is at the Harley exterior sports desk. There are three team from the Pac twelve and the NCAA tournament three teams in the ACC number one seeds Gonzaga, also number one seed huskies at number nine in the midwest will take number eight Utah state and Columbus on Friday, Oregon, the number twelve seed in the south will play number five Wisconsin ASU a place in John's and the first four playing game in Dayton guys as the top will play Salt Lake City on Thursday has either Fairleigh Dickinson or purview. Am the other. Number ones. Often the ACC Duke, the number one overall seed along with North Carolina and Virginia husky baseball fall to Oregon one nothing in ten husky softball worked over by UCLA fifteen to six sports at ten and forty past the hour on the home of the huskies. I'm Dave Lewis. Komo news. You ought to be crazy if you packed your bags and left..