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Fresh update on "raymond" discussed on Lori and Julia
"Now tell us everything kick things off with some celebrity baby news. We have a lot of that these days Usher. Announced the birth of his newborn daughter, Sovereign Bo Raymond. He shared the traditional celebrity birth announcement with a little hand and a big hand next to each other, and this is his first child with his girlfriend. Who's named Gen. Geo Coochie. So congratulations to the average that's a pretty name. It is very pretty to spell that one like me that one. You're just gonna have to file that suit Marine a song as you say it in your mind, and then you can get there than whatever works. Nickname's gonna be SAf E so cute and Kevin Hart's wife, Anika Parish gave birth to a baby girl. They made the announcement early today. The daughter's name. Kay Ory, my heart, So congratulations to everybody and Ah, let's move on from that story to Zac Ephron. He's slated to start an adaptation of Stephen King's movie Fire starter and he's going to be playing a dad in this one. He's going to be playing the dad to the young character who originally was played by Drew Burim or In the original Fire starter movie Does anyone is this A. Is this a series? It's a scary movie. Oh, okay, I know nothing about all right. And and finally, Demi Lovato dropped a new break up song on Twitter called still Have me. Sources at TMZ is say that she was frustrated that her ex fiance, Max Ehrich, was airing all sorts of things on social media. She said that she wrote the song sometime ago or at least her people say, but that they changed the lyrics to reflect this recent break up, So listen to the song. That's what Jimmy has to say about that. Right. Well, that's all the dirt this hour for more. Check out my talk one of 71 dot com or download my talk up information. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and 8 2012 25 20 on my top 1071. Love is indeed the law wherever you were hearing the sound of this broadcast. Over the air on the APB on the stream and as we like to open certain special shows. Here this way. Get a guest today breeze with us. You know how to make a girl feel special. You know it, Lord. He's out for the day. So thanks for coming in. Q t. This is the highlight of my week..
New York - Suffolk County Man Gets 9 1/2 Years In Prison For Running Sex Trafficking Operation In Parents’ Basement
"A A Long Long Island Island man man has has been been sentenced sentenced to to 9.5 9.5 years years in in prison prison for for running running a a sex sex trafficking trafficking operation operation in in the the basement basement of of his his parent's parent's home. home. Our Our Sophia Sophia Hall Hall has has the the story. The Suffolk County D. A, says Raymond Rodeo, ran the sex trafficking operation for years in the basement of his parent's house and Sound Beach. At least 20 women were victims, too, died of overdoses. The dark dungeon like basement had no bathroom. And some of the victims were locked inside for long periods of time, his parents home and he forced women into sex slavery got addicted to drugs, used our addiction to control that took their money from them pay for their drugs. D a. Tim Seanie says Rodeo would post ads on Craigslist and backpage to get his victims. He would then force them into prostitution by providing them with crack cocaine. And heroin defendants left a wave of destruction and death through his actions. Judge sentenced the 49 year old to 9.5 years in prison.
Anger as Brazil revokes mangrove protection regulations
"Is ill and the environment. Now the government has revoked regulations that protect tropical mangroves and other fragile coastal ecosystems. Environmental groups say the removal of permanent protection zones will allow property developers to clear large areas of mangrove for tourism. To speak to Dr Raymond Ward, He's principal lecturers specializing in coastal environments at the university off Brighton. Here in England. He's worked in Brazil for 10 years studying ecosystems. Welcome to the program. First of all, what do you make of what the Brazilian government has decided to do? Well, it's not really a surprise the current federal environment minister, Hey, Carlos. Alice has been trying to do this for ever since the government came into power, but I completely agree with what you said the I mean, this is going to have a massive, substantial impact. On coastal systems, particularly on mangroves. But before before we talk about the the impact it's goingto make. Just tell us why mangroves are so important. Mangroves provide a wide range of ecosystem services. They provide protection against sea level rise. They store huge amounts of carbon much more than any other terrestrial. Ah, ecosystem. And they also provide protection from climate change related impact. Such a storm surges and they support a range of different Ah, jobs, for example, fisheries because they provide on excellent nursery habitat for commercially important fish species. So is it the case that all mangoes had been protected until now? Yeah, Mangroves have been protected in Brazil. They've been protected through the forest code, which is been a very well written Ah, legislation protecting mangroves. Another important ecosystems on that protection. Being taken away will mean what now what's going to be the direct impact and will it happen immediately? Yeah, I think immediately there will be in the near future. There will be a rapids degradation and losses of mangroves, particularly as a result, conversion tio agriculture and tourism related activities such as building hotels in the suchlike on DH That will have what kind of impact I mean, we're talking about. Structures that don't exist there at the moment, so it's just going to be a major intervention. Yes. Oh, I mean, the clearing of the mangroves means that you're no longer able to those those those mangroves will not look no longer be there to support those important fish species that will have a knock on effect on Local fisheries, particularly in the northeast of Brazil, where there's ah large man people engaged in subsistence fisheries as well as commercial fisheries. What argument do you have against those people who inside the government and others, too? Who would argue that relaxing these protection laws simply means that the coastline is being opened up for Economic activity and making that coastline viable in that way. I mean, ecosystem services means money, basically. So that's those parts of the system that offer some form of, for example, coastal protection. If you don't have the mangroves there, you have to pay for coastal protection. If you don't have the support for the fisheries, then you have to find some other economic engagement for those people that are in the coast life so obviously that there's a wide range of literature that saying that the bang grease off billion dollars Ah, ecosystem services every year If you convert those suddenly Tio two shrimp farms, for example, or hotels. You're not gonna have that same level. Of economic
Security Cameras Are Being Destroyed In Brighton Park, Chicago Gang Members Blamed
"Gang members in the Brighton Park neighborhood on the southwest side have been targeting private security cameras. One Brighton Park resident says the gang members don't want the cameras because they're interfering with their business. He spoke to CBS, too, and didn't want to be identified and no counter princes. I know what we could have their brazen, said Alderman Raymond Lopez, just like the gang members who were cutting the wires to street lights last year to put blocks in the dark, same group. And they think that they are untouchable when it comes to what they want to do in the neighborhood. The man who didn't want to be identified. Who's cameras captured the vandalism before going dark, said he's installing Mohr. Don't shut your brains open. You can see what's happening. And when you see something happen, Call 911.
Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Green bid for ballot access
"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is keeping the Green Party off the November presidential ballots. In a 4 to 3 decision. On Monday, the court ruled that the Green Party waited too long to challenge the Elections Commission decision that kept them off the ballot in the first place. It states that quote it is too late to grant petitioners any form of relief that would be feasible and that would not cause confusion and undo damage. The three votes against were from the courts. Conservative justices Chief justice patients. Rogan Sachs says the motion suppresses people's rights to vote while Justice Rebecca Bradley argues that this is akin to disenfranchising black voters in Alabama during the 1960, Wisconsin radio networks Raymond Newport
11 Trivia Questions on Hamilton
"Wants this quarantine. Is Lifted. We'll what happens and we'll see how much all of us can get out there and travel the world. I'm sure that they were all aching to just see something other than the inside of our garage or office or kitchens. So. Here's hoping for that. We're going to jump into these eleven questions on Paris and New York City right now here we go. It's Peres versus New York. Question number one according to the two thousand, twelve centers about how many people live in Paris is at one point five, million, two, point, five, million or five point five, million people number one, one, point, five, two, point five or five point five. Number two what nineteen sixty one, Audrey Hepburn film takes place in New York City number two, what nineteen sixty one audrey hepburn film takes place in New York City number two. Number. Three pairs is often called the city of light because of its role in the age of what number three pairs is often called the city of light because of its role in the age of what? Number four Captain Raymond Holt is a character you could find on what New York Sitcom number four Captain Raymond. Whole is a character. You can find on what New York Sitcom Number Four Number five museum is the setting for the intro of the Davinci code number. Five, what museum is the setting for the Intro of the Da Vinci Code. Number six what arena do the New York jets call home number six what arena do the New York jets call home? Number seven, this famous Irish writer has a tomb in Paris bears a sculpture of a person with wings named the writer number seven. A famous Irish writer has a tomb in Paris with sculpture of a person with wings name the writer. Number eight about how many acres is central park is at three, hundred, twenty, five, four, hundred, seventy, six, six, hundred, Sixty, eight, hundred, and forty acres number eight, those choices again, the acreage of Central Park three, twenty, five, four, seventy, six, sixty, or eight, forty. And number nine and frank. Sinatra's New York New York. He sings I want to wake up in a city that blank blank fill in those two blanks number nine and Frank Sinatra's New York. New York he sings I want to wake up and the city that blank blank. Number ten. What does the French word Mandi translate to English that's M. O. N. d. e. what does the French word Monda? Translate to in English. Andy Bonus for Peres versus New York for two points. There are six replicas of what landmark in Paris. There are six replicas of what landmark in Paris. Those are all your questions, repairs versus new city. We'll be right back in just a second with those us in France answers.
"raymond" Discussed on Run That Prank
"As a rally in celebration of the hundredth anniversary of American women getting the vote where bring you the voices of one hundred groundbreaking and history-making women listened to Seneca's one hundred women to here on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Coming up at the top of the hour, right about four minutes after it's my strawberry letter for today the subject she had my clothes on when he walked in. ME Arcade wait. One more time she had my clothes on when he walked in. We'll get to that in a minute, but first the nephew is here with today's prank phone, call what you got for today. NUFF. Rehman. In the closet team's all time. Favorite, right. Raymond Greatest. Inhale Prank. Jakob. Let's go catch up. Hello. How Hey Can you me your bad This Raymond Massey up here you who this Raymond Massey pickup I can you who is this right? Raymond. Raymond. The Rhonda's my sister Rhonda. Yes. What what's up man would that? Somebody Broken House they in house right now. Oh. Man. Damn. What you're saying somebody that what somebody him broken? Hear you. Because House right. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. You saying somebody broke in the house stealing. Somebody, Broken House I'm in the House. Using somebody broke into your damn hosting they still. Yes. Nothing there why call the police I'm in classic I'm in class trying to get somebody hold on. You see somebody in house. Angel. Like Okay. What you live at you live at. Six. Thirty two and a half you know what hold on I Love. You know. What what wait a minute don't could put. HOLD SOMEBODY Pippen to kill you and you're talking about your restaurant, we got some illegal stuff. Don't call. No. Wait wait now you saying Colo you saying dot com loss. Hey, you know what? This is bad. You know what you're saying you're something like probably why they in the house now you're the set your up in the House got to win them there. Again. What you what you there? You. Know what man let me tell you something. I'm GonNa tell you the best. Thing to do even though the people in your house right now you need to check that me. Let. Me Call them now. Can You? Don't do that. But you know what else? You say I now. That I called the low do. I get my wife to Colorado don't. Leave. Too much illegal. Do. The Pool. But I'm not on I can't do it. Thank for to go down there. Tell you something I. Really don't call the damn low. You know what? Man Dot Com to I to go down there I'm GonNa tell you right down that. You know what? I that now take. Down Their folks about Spain maybe tapping my day. And I got the deal with this you. Call now one one. Kid. And they don't know who you are. You. A Lot I I'm getting that I make a bit late but he That I, call it a low I. got my wife Right now you know what? You may not like it, but you'll appreciate me later because you know you get your kids. Wait a minute. This crazy. Dot. Judas set you up. One own good knows. Demo. You know. You gotTA. Keep my that todd I'm GONNA. Tell you right now you're a damn fool. You walk out because. They, Shogo. Said, you know what? I ain't GONNA lot humanity. The only thing I can tell you. I called allow you to go down and I'm GonNa tell you not I ain't going down. We don't know why you really call me unless you won't sit here because I'm GonNa tell you right now jeopardize myself. No Damn. Is only thing I could do I could help you out one way and. Now my wife got a cellphone what you want me to do well you. Must be a damn. going. I am going you know what? I can get in that. Am I want the number to call the police I'M GONNA. Tell you right now they're gonNA come. Can you can you hear me? Shut. Up Shut. Your Damn Right now. ME. Out. That's why the hoax shoot. Don't peek at the damn don't. Say something. Make. You need to shift your damn wholesome. Nephew. Dominant from the Steve Harvey. Morning. Show. You just got pranked by. You. Dirty. Pig. Way over here. By Baio boy when..
Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
Elon Musk Is About to Show Off His Neuralink Brain Implant
"Elon Musk E move the J. Lo of tech innovation. He's going to reveal a device that connects your brain to a computer. This is his neural link device, but today he's going to show it. In action. 3 P.m. Pacific time, Okay, I'm looking at this still thinks it's okay. Elon Musk has said neural link will have a human brain implant ready within a year. The device will be inserted under the skull and a small robot will connect threadlike electrodes to the brain. Once implanted, the chip could connect your brainwaves to ANAP and may be able to help people with neurological conditions Now, although I'm I'm going to there's also there's the privacy. There's the weirdness with APS data coming right out of your brain. We can get to that. In a moment, I will say with a lot of these things. The first helpful part would be in terms of enhancing Are helping somebody with a disorder some sort of neurological condition If it was there to Ah, just correct stuff that is in error within the neural pathways. I can sort of understand that. But that were were also worried about data collection from Facebook. What about from your face with inside your skull? If you bring women actually are attached to an app. That's all. Seems he's going to do some sort of demonstration today. Yes, yes, He's not gonna have it hooked to his brain. Is he No, I wouldn't put it past on the hook it to his own brains will come out with like a bandage over his head. Who wants to watch my dreams? Actually, this is your dreams. This is You're talking about privacy concerns with also this fund. Smart phones already have fundamentally changed the way we live our lives, and then if you're just constantly, if you really in theory, you can put the phone down and get away from it. I know that's very hard for a lot of people and anxiety sets in almost five minutes on ly five minutes after, but If it's just in your brain, and you can't disconnect it. It's completely changed forever. Yeah, I I think what people are really looking forward to, and he's going to say that this is like a 25 year thing before you get what you call the full brain interface. Wow, that's the gold 25 years. Yes, full. Check out those three words together in a sentence. Full brain interface. Come on, he slur two plus two equals four. Hey, my thoughts are leaking out. I'm not thinking about your Yamamoto said that I never think about charity Yamamoto, Even you don't know how to pronounce your name. It's called even Eric. I am Erich von Hastler America on he slurred. The truth is that that's that's my actual name. The rest is a radio, so I changed it to Eric Von Kessler, just for the radio. He slurred just doesn't work, either. So I figured I want to watch this. I think it might look kind of I don't know. Weird. Strange, ridiculous. Wonderful. I have no idea. I feel like it's going to be a little bit of a letdown. If we're only five years away from the full brain interface. I don't know how much we're going to see today. It probably will be alive, and I mean it's a letdown if you're expecting something on the part with fireworks, but if it is the lead into this full brain interface and 25 years Pretty pivotal moment and think about what we were talking before about aging and getting older. If you khun at some point upload your whole brain where that's always been. What is you? What's with the boundary of Uru, then also in that computer, and then does that guy's name Raymond Kurzweil or whatever his name is That guy? That's the age of spiritual machines? Yeah, basically, we just take all of our thoughts, and we put them in zeros and ones. And we find a body or something from later. I have no idea, but I don't want to be alive forever to jar those. Hey, I'm alive. Never died, But I can't. Yeah, I guess he much are already in a jar. You move, But think about being locked in locked in syndrome. Someone has a stroke in the brain is still functioning at full capacity. But you have no ability to move your body. The point you realized you're just a brain. In a jar yet I don't want that. Don't be like that. You know, in the like the Frankenstein movies when they go in looking for the brains of the jars. I don't be one of those except I'm alive. Everyone wasn't live forever. I don't want to live forever. I don't know. I heard about him saying, you know, Do you want to play a board game? Sure what kind of owe it lasts for eternity. But I don't want to play a booking forever.
A look at cities seeing police budget cuts amid crime surges
"It's a turbulent time fall, the anti police protests turned violent and a wave of shootings in many big cities. It's just painful. His horrible New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, we've been put through hell in the city. Everything fell apart simultaneously because the Corona virus there's about 400 more shootings this year in New York, compared to this time last year with atleast five people killed over the weekend, A number of gun arrests have been going up steadily over the last month. The NYPD is working more deeply with community members and leaders. They will turn this time. Other cities have also seen a spike in murders and shootings, including Chicago, which also had riots and looting. Alderman Raymond Lopez told Fox the fear is spreading. The anxiety is spreading, and we're seeing individuals who used to see the downtown areas like the crown jewel of our city. Now wanting to leave. Now, all that unrest has more people arming themselves. Gun sales soared 145% in June 135% last month, the firm's small arms analytics and forecasting foot sales of two million Meaning Americans have bought more firearms so far this year than all of 2019, and that makes sense to John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center. And one night Portland had head over 69 11 calls that the police had ignored. He also has a book, gun control myths. How politicians the media and botched studies of twisted facts on gun control. You have across the country police being ordered to stand down. You have cuts and police budgets and place like New York. You've had the whole department inside the police department disbanded. You know, at the same time you look across the country and their jails and prisons, and they're releasing large number of prisoners in Los Angeles and San Francisco. You've had about 50% of inmates and jails being released. That's not uncommon. Those money Jails and prisons across country which have had between a third and half of their inmates being released. So it's not surprising that we have this concern for people's safety. We're not normal times will deal with the krone virus that you mentioned. There were already many cases where police departments were ordered not to respond to calls. And now, with riots and police being overwhelmed. That's gotten even worse. And the it's important that people do. The safest course of action is to be able to go and protect themselves and heavy a gun turns out to be the safest course of action, particularly for two groups of people, the most vulnerable people in our society. People who are relatively weaker physically women and the elderly on people who are most likely victims of violent crime. Overwhelmingly poor blacks who live in high crime, urban areas, a lot of these gun control laws, specifically poor minorities and even many times middle income minorities. From being able to go and get guns to protect themselves, And there's no reason why you should have that type of discriminatory lawn effect. When you're dealing with the rise in gun sails there. People have already said there are too many guns. I mean in Chicago. That's what has been talked about. There's too many illegal guns out on the streets, so adding more guns, which obviously are legal. How does that solve the problem, right. But the problem is that you have drug gangs and criminals with guns, not enough law abiding citizens with guns and the problem that you have to deal with with gun control laws as if they primarily disarm law abiding citizens relative to criminals. Look, the major source of illegal guns are drug dealers. Uh, drug dealers have lots of guns because they have very valuable property. It's not like a drug dealer. Khun, Go to the police and say Look, this other dealer Stoller drugs. Can you help us get them back? They have to go and set up their own little militaries in order Protect that property. You know, if you think, ah, you're going to be any more successful and getting criminals, stopping them from getting guns than you've been able to stop them from buying illegal drugs. You know good luck with that. But You know, I give you a simple example. Every place in the world that's banned either. All guns for all handguns has seen an increase in murders. But at the same time, John There are people who are from other countries because it shake their head at the number of mass shootings that we have in the United States. We have far more of these mass shooting events than another well what other mass shootings are similar to what we've had in the last 10 years in the US, I mean, France, for example, has a per capita rate of fatalities from mass public shootings. That's 50% 111% higher than the rate. States. They they have events like we had in Las Vegas or in these schools have people know about the New Zealand mosque shooting last year, But do you know that within less than 24 hours of that there was a big school shooting in Brazil, or there was a mass public shooting that occurred in the Netherlands thes things just don't get news coverage and when they do They're usually in the back of newspapers. Way recently completed a study where we looked at all the mass public shootings in the world. They using the FBI definition of mass public shootings were four more people are killed in a public place not involving some other type of crime, like robbery, or, you know a gang fight over drug turf to get it exactly the type of case that you were talking about, like the Las Vegas shooting and the Nine states made about 1% of the world's shooters. Um, even though we make up almost 5% of the world population, and many of these countries have extremely strict gun control ofthe France. ER has, um uh, you know, band semiautomatic guns here we are. Jonathan Democratic Convention this week, and gun control will certainly be an issue brought up. If Joe Biden war to win, and if Democrats were to control Congress, would you expect a renewed push for stronger gun control in 2021? I think the future of private ownership of guns is more steak now in this election that we've ever had in any past election if they get rid of the filibuster. If you have 50 votes in the Senate, a CZ well as Kamala Harris to go on, break a tie. You're going to be able to pass. You know anything they want to pass on. One can just read the Democratic platform draft to see how they're talking about everything from licensing of registration of guns to banning Large segments of semiautomatic guns to make it more costly in many other ways, for people to be alone guns to having lawsuits against gun makers and gun sellers whenever their guns are used in the commission of a crime or used improperly an accident.
'Sanford and Son,' 'Good Times' actor Raymond Allen dies at 91
"Actor known for his work in several hits seventies sitcoms. Kristen Goodwin explains actor Raymond G. Allen senior passing away the character perform our best known for his roles in seventies sitcoms, including Ned the Wine. Oh, on Good times and Uncle Woody Anderson on Sanford and Son. Why don't you Drop by sometime? Hello, Woodrow. That and fixed the leak under the kitchen. Allen also appearing in episodes of Starsky and Hutch, The Love Boat and The Jeffersons, his family telling T. M Z. He died of On Cove in 19 related respiratory issues at a living facility in California, Raymond Allen was 91 years old with that list of shows brings back
At Least 32 People Shot, 9 Killed In Chicago So Far This Weekend
"90 another update in 30 minutes. Other weekend gun violence has taken at least nine lives in Chicago, Chicago police saying 32 people people overall overall shot shot community community activist activist Raymond Raymond Richard Richard here here to to save save the the day. day. But But enough enough is is enough. enough. And And it's it's over over with with Wei Wei will will no no longer longer stand stand by by idle idle while while Children Children are being slaughtered on an alarm me, right? Okay. A lot of people say a lot of negative things about this community. But this community is going on year old boy shot and killed on near Northside for $1000 reward now out for information leading to the arrest of the person. Pulled the trigger. The number of shooting victim's younger than 10 years old is three times that it was last year, according to a report
Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private
"Hi Everyone. Welcome to the. podcast I'M SUNOL and I'm super excited to do one of our special book launch episodes for the new book coming out just this week working in public the making and maintenance of open source software by Nadia Ball and published by Stripe Press. The topic actually applies to all kinds of communities and groups coming together whether it's an open source project, our initiative of Department in a company, a club or a special interest group even group of friends and family because it's all about how people come. Together to coordinate and collaborate around some shared interest or activity whether participatory or not whether code or content, and so one theme. We also pull the threads on in this episode is about how the learnings of open source communities do and don't apply to the passion economy and create our communities as well. Nadia has long been immersed in studying the health of communities including getting funding from the Ford Foundation to study open source then worked at hub in developer experience then did research at protocol labs. And is now focused on writer experience at sub stack for longtime listeners of the six and Z podcast I've actually had her on the show years ago along with Michael Rogers our protocol labs than of the No jazz foundation where we talked about the changing culture of open source, you can find that episode on our site, but in this wide ranging hallway style episode Nadia, and I cover everything from types of communities, social networks, and the evolution of being online and ironically while the book is. Called working in public we also talk about the emergence of private spaces as well as the tragedy of Big Public Commons and how to counter the tragedy of comments which is why I believe everyone should read this book because it's a dirt of literature out there for the era of President Online collaboration creation and consumption that we're in we end with some practical advice for community managers, platforms and leaders, but we begin by defining open source in this context with a really useful taxonomy for categorizing communities. Earlier early was like I really hate this term and I just wish we gotta have something else like public software whatever. Love that I love it too. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to change terms that everyone. On so I know this firsthand. Yeah. I mean I personally find the term kind of intimidating and it doesn't sound exciting when I say the term open source but it really does just referred to the distribution side of cook the existence of open source licenses made it very easy for anyone to use and modify and re Polish someone else's coat and put it in their own software but it doesn't really say a whole lot about how it was actually produced and so I made this analogy in the book, which is actually an analogy I borrowed from a friend Devon Devon Zuko, she still apple podcast for me I. Love Her yes, and says something like the term open source doesn't mean anything anymore than the term company does it's like, yes, we kind of get what a company is but there are so many different kinds of business models for different types companies with open source saying something as open source tells you a little bit about how the code might be used. That doesn't really say anything about how they're actually being made someone has to continue taking care of it. One of my favorite parts of the book is you actually outline different types of communities you call it classifying project types, but it's really to me how people are. Essentially social networks. Really. So why don't you break down that taxonomy and by the way the reason I'm asking is because when I think of the ARC in history of open source, the concept that comes to mind for everybody is that classic book by Eric Raymond, which is a cathedral and the bazaar and I think that framing has two long framed our discussion of open source and frankly any online community yet everyone sort of has maybe like General Santa W-what community is like others a bunch of members and their and organized around some common interests or reason for spending time together. In that highest level definition of community, there's an underlying assumption that all members are sort of similar than just the term members washes over the underlying dynamics between those different numbers and so what I started doing was saying, okay. There is a difference between at minimum, an open source people who are contributing to open source and people who are using stars. So I try to sort of separate out users and contributors and say, okay in some open source projects or as you said, really communities and general, some communities have high trigger and some communities have high user growth and then there's sort of like. Different permutations of that it's like federations, clubs, stadiums, and I forgot the fourth but toys in me what are so I think it's really useful to start with your taxonomy, a federations and onward. So federations are like the really big projects we might be thinking of like Lennox or. Where you have a lot of people who are contributing to the project and you have a lot of people that are using their project. But there are enough people that are working on the creation of that project that it does form his own sort of contributor community. By contrast, clubs have a lot of people who are participating in Chretien but they don't have as many people that are using it and said a product that's kind of focused on a niche interest. The example to give his Astro Pie, which is a Python Library for astrophysicists right? It's high contributor incredibly interested in that but very low user growth because how many people in the world are really interested in That intersection exactly and toys I sort of mentioned in passing in their police. Interesting thing to talk about that's where you have both low user and Lok contributor growth. So that might just be like a personal project them thinking around no one else is really looking at it. They're sort of waiting in the wings before they become one of the other types of communities
13-Year-Old Girl Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In Glendale, Chicago In Critical Condition
"Drivers in custody after police say he fled from officers in Elgin on Tuesday and struck to bike riders, killing one of them. Investigators say Sandra sample of Bartlett was riding a bike when she was hit at Raymond Drive and Purify Road. She died at a hospital. Police say the 58 year old Banshee was biking with also from Bartlett. Was also hit by the car and listed in critical condition at the hospital. Investigators say the driver was involved in a separate hit and run crash earlier near Chicago Street and Villa Court. Please say an officer in the area was waved down and tried to pull over the vehicle. But the driver sped off and later struck the two bicyclists before fleeing on foot.
One killed, one injured when fleeing car hits bicyclists in Elgin near Chicago
"A cyclist was killed yesterday in Elgin, after being struck by a vehicle involved in a police pursuit to bicyclists were hit, leaving a woman dead and a man critically injured both in their fifties. They were hit near the intersection of Raymond and Purify. A car that was being pursued by Elgin police. Elgin Police say officers had attempted to stop the vehicle in regards to an earlier reported hit and run, according to the Daily Herald. That's when the vehicle sped off. Eventually striking the two cyclists and killing one. Police say the driver then fled on foot but was captured by officers two hours later.
"raymond" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Go there untuckit was peaceful. It was quiet. Every meal I had was fantastic I mean I'm a chef so it was you know obviously like perfect and then that was it would I really want to do is hanging out with Martha Stewart though in East, Hampton on her compound or I'll go to farm in Connecticut like I'm waiting I need somebody to help me bridge that relationship because Martha's been so savage on instagram. She's goals. You know I've always been a barefoot Contessa Garden Gal. She kind of has like pseudo blocked me on the Internet and Michigan blocked me but I can't comment on a of her thing right? So I think there are people are definitely like sleeping with one eye open. So what I really think is just my new play as Martha Stewart because Martha is savage she didn't give a fuck she gets super fucked up. She's a great time and she can like teach me a thing or two probably let me smoke weed now probably. So that's our angle need to become friends with Martha Stewart. Know I mean I'd Rather I. Don't know you want to be friends with Stewart. I rather be friends with Diane. Keaton. You know what I mean. Yeah. I'd love to be friends with Diane Keaton but I do think that if we're GonNa do the Hamptons experience we do at Martha Right? Very of course of course. Yeah. I love to hang out with Diane Keaton. Enter. fucking closet and try and Oliver wear gloves an over hats don't like an older mature thing where she likes to be fully covered because of the sun. She's literally always covered. It's always covered when I worked. It's all cycle Santa Monica she came in and trenchcoat and took it into the room. So what's the story there I don't now why is she? Oh, always a fooling glove on maybe she maybe she has something where she's cold maybe she has raynaud's what's it called rheumatoid arthritis. Now I think it's Raynaud's waited I mean one of my friends has it where they Like, the tips of their fingers in the tips of their toes like our cold. Oh, that could be yeah. Are maybe she has a skin condition where she can't get sun on it. I mean either examine it flares up and I like to cover up because people always got. They're like, why are you so rashy and I'm like you know what? STEP OFF Steve I need you to sell me this car right now. The cars that was the other thing that we were going to say so I brought the diversity Robin was going to bring her on wellness and we're gonNA, talk about how you were in yes. How I might have three eggs off. Yeah. That's right. Yeah and so they didn't give a good deal right was going to make first of all. This is a hate crime because I am a gay Asian Mexican man correct this older lady Raider is literally a pillar of the community and she is unwell and then this woman right here is a female that has no babies left. Yup. Correct. So where is our discount? Correct do I think that would work probably not in my fuck it better a better robbins, not getting a new car about Robin's scarring now hers in the shot or fixing it or whatever. But I'M GONNA, get my car furs and then I'll get her something I. really want the Tesla model three only because it's self drives, you don't like to drive I wanted you never wanna rise I don't, but I need a car right somebody said they're like everybody's GonNa, Tesla I've been reading the consumer reports look I'm doing all the research everybody loves it like this great car and this is the tesla that's reasonable model. Fuck, you can get a Tesla model three that drives itself that has all the technology. That's literally like the same price of a four year old BMW you might as well get a fucking brand new car new you might as well but then you got to give it back in two years why I don't know I feel like everyone has a Tesla Lisa and they give it back in two. Years of their leasing nets thing I don't know the difference. Well, I mean I. I don't care to know the difference I guess. So my thing is then other people say will allow us as nuts by a car for Mike Are we all fucking nuts? We're all nuts. WE'RE GONNA pay cuts he might be. But at least he took the technology of the Tesla Coil and shared it with the world. I mean he's hoarding is not his Venus? Try and tell you know entertain people on Instagram all day. So they understand I may selfless person giving back to the world yeah. Okay. You know if you want me to do the marketing and branding for your ticket mayoral campaign signed that contract. So who are you GonNa Have Your Campaign Ray I. Don't know we're gonNA find a wasp. Wasp. You know you know what? Fuck you. You came to my house now you won't even let me help you run for mayor veto I said you can come on the trail with me, but you're not going to be in charge of the campaign. You know what I mean. You know veep yeah. When Selena has her friend who just talks circles? Yeah. That's going to be you you what at? Amy. You're not my Dan. Okay. Am I elise your mic? I could be press secretary. You'd look good as a redhead I mean your mom looks good. I think it'd be really great at putting out fires like pitting a hundred great pivotal yeah yeah. Yeah, you could be the press secretary of the first first gentleman and I can't wait for that and I can't wait for when you decorate the White House and fabulous, and we get to like already can you imagine the Christmas trees and then can invite me to all the like the biggest dinners. Next to like you know. Embassador. Becca Stan and I have a broken English conversation. I'm here for one hundred percent. All right. I'M GONNA. Let you get out of here because we've got to go purchase a car we gotta go buy a car. You have any other absolutely nuts during the pandemic or anything you want to say to the people of America just get it off your chest anything you leave that you learn in the untuckit yeah. Absolutely. Not to the dead bodies of. Nantucket. When you to get the what is it called? What is it call animal control and looking through up that budget? Okay. I'm then absolutely not to people being assholes. Yeah. Just general just general stopping an asshole where mask the a good person be a good person judge people on their character live laugh love. Amen. Absolutely not to your mom controlling what I'm eating here. You any both you know what here's the thing wants to put her in that. We'll cheers you won't even know what? hitter. Okay where do you go down there? We're where we claiming are chocolate. Yeah. That's right. We're going to get that bag back. Let's do it. Let's do that and then go range. Rover. My teeth goodbye. And we'll see you later. That's it live. Laugh love. We'll see later in the next episode of the AMPs Selena podcast thinks tuning is. Thanks so much for listening to today's episode don't forget to subscribe rates and Lieber Review and as.
"raymond" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Most the at the same damn time. I'm your host Heather McMahon. Ladies and gentlemen welcome to another episode of the absolutely not cats I'm your host. I am thrilled to have new quarantine buddy with me locked up raw at the Chateau. McMahon. If you will compounding an or as some people might call it the fun house because literally or sitting in my mom's office right now, and it looks like a fucking bomb went off were living in chaos leader gentlemen you know him you love him he's half. Asian. Half Mexican and one hundred percents as a he's my best friend in the World Ladies and gentlemen please welcome to the podcast Raymond Padilla. Oh how you doing you know I've been better. That because you came from nantucket came from Manteca it was beautiful. It's a gorgeous island and I came here and you have snakes. Snakes. There was a snake in your garden on your porch. This morning nobody told me. You know how I feel about wild life I'm not well okay. First of all, we done the research it's a rat snake and it's not poisonous and it actually kills rats, which is oddly enough. My mortal enemy is a rat. I don't understand why you have a problem with it because I just don't you listen the snakes are just not for me. Yeah. A lot of things aren't for me as like I go out and I want my snake charmer ray but we're in Georgia animals you telling me Nan Tuck it has nothing you told me that an anti they have dead bunnies everywhere to have dead bunnies everywhere. That is the truth about that's why I'm running for mayor. I'm cleaning up the streets see running for. Mayor of Tuck, running for mayor tug I went there. It was gorgeous. I was quarantined there with my roommate from L. La She's a place there. She's been there all summer and you know I'd never been to the island. You know it was quite was nice. Okay. But you have to elaborate of the fact that there's dead bunnies everywhere. Okay. Well, my roommate told me there is a overpopulation of bunnies on the island and there's no predators that eat bunnies. Okay. They don't have like wolves. Is that what? They don't have wolves. coyotes or whatever eats bunny imagine coyotes before a wolf how many will suzy art wolves sort of like a mythical creature? No Wolves exists woven the down. Okay. Okay. We argue a lot. But the one thing we agree on it's the phrase is Wolf it down everyone corrected me and said it's Wolfing it down but a wolf wolf sit down correct. Wolf down a bag of cheetos right? I don't Wolf it down now that doesn't make any sense. Absolutely not the fact that may train atolls. They don't wolf down their food. Correct. So Wolves Wolf Money's down I. Think you only wolves in northern Canada. I don't know if that's true. Maybe Wyoming I think they were in California at some point. Okay. Maybe they migrated everyone has a t shirt with the wolf on it howling at the moon. Yeah, exactly. So they've got to be more than just Canada okay. You know in every like middle school you always had that kid. who had the mustache that grew in like too soon like he was like the sixth grade and a full moustache, he always had a milk mustache on top of the Real Mustache and award T. shirt that had the wolf howling at the moon and my school that Kid's name was it was always like Dylan you know and he was a little weird and he's probably GonNa burn book somewhere. I was nice to everybody though but I still wonder like why was that kid and your vacuum in my middle school not to throw him under the bus but his name anything was. Okay and I'm I didn't really follow his story in school because I moved on to bigger and better things despite being bullied and. I think he married an older woman. Oh, for sure. Share Yeah. He married an older woman like twenty years as senior correct and he bike married straight out of junior college ya finish. Yeah. But somehow as a thriving online business probably on I mean he doesn't live where from anymore assume I don't know he's real active on facebook I'm sure he instagram's and he's into like exotic cars at this like he can afford them into them. Here's the posters. Yes. Yes. That is a Dylan Eric. Combo. For Villain that's what we'll call him. Eric Dylan. Oh. My God. That's so funny. Okay. Wait. So let's get back to I. Felt Bad because it told ray raise like I want to come into Leno's fantastic. You've been quarantined Indian target he's been living in the lap. Of Luxury Kazan tickets cute and quaint everything's put together and he gave on our house, and while we have a beautiful home, we're just living in construction. So there's just shit show because our entire basement is now shoved into our dining room began doing the floors down there right now. So then we can move furniture down. We're just living in chaos and this has thing you were honest with me but you tend to embellish everything you just assumed you're being dramatic. Okay. Because you just didn't have seven bathrooms like you normally do and then I got here and I was like oh Oh. This isn't nanny I literally look at your mom the first night I was like Robin, are you good rife because like your kitchen what's going on and you know you've been your million times robin doesn't allow somebody to put down a fucking pencil no I've been here before Robin follows me around with the coast start. You know what I mean. She's just following me around all day and I'm like, I will put the cup down. Right I. got it. She took away or chocolate I get these packs of their like coconut clusters with dark chocolate they're all organic literally one of the cleanest little sweet treats you can get from Costco. It's my downfall I'm addicted to it..
Kelly Reichardt First Cow
"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms I mean I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and Questions to ask as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and You know running through out the new the but It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. Some world message or cheek I World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.
Shootings surge in Chicago, New York City
"It is now the fourth consecutive weekend of Children being fatally shot Chicago. This time boy, 15 years old among nine dead, 30 wounded. Chicago gun violence increases Year to year shootings there appeared a year Murders are up. New York City. Saw 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Put in the New York Post. Among those killed a one year old boy. Is among four people shot at a cookout near Brooklyn Park. Four victims were wounded when a shooter possibly in a passing vehicle, says the New York Post opened fire in their direction. At 11:35 p.m. You're the Raymond Bush playground. At Madison Street and Marcus Garvey Boulevard in Bed Stuy. Baby was hit in the stomach. Take her to the hospital. Where he's expected to survive. Freeman Age is 27 35 36. Also hospitalized expected to survive. Meanwhile, New York City City Hall protesters I wanted The New York Post attack, a New York Post reporter. And cops did nothing. Quote an occupied city hall. Protesters smacked in on duty post reporter in the face with a two by four on Sunday in the view of dozens of NYPD cops who didn't lift a finger to help. And even refused to take a complaint of the crime. A journalist is named Kevin Sheehan was using a cell phone to shoot a video of the demonstration. One of hundreds of people stronger now reduced around 50 On a public street across a metal barrier when one protester Didn't like it. Put the blank camera down, sneered the demonstrator as he swung the two by four at she in multiple times, knocking his phone to the pavement and striking him in the face. Many within the encampment, according to the New York Post, laughed while one woman could be heard calling. All right, all right as a way to break it up. Open on the cops, so much has moved in the direction of the attack. As a man responsible wearing a Brooklyn Nets T shirt. Bearing Tyree Irving's number 11. Disappeared into the encampment. 15 shootings in a 15 hour span. Including a 21 year old man fighting for his life after being shot in the head while sitting in a car. In Sheepshead Bay early Sunday. It's 43 shootings so far in the week more than tripled last year's tally of 13 over the same period, according to
Hedge fund wins auction for bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain
"There's some news for readers and employees of the Fort Worth Star Telegram. Chatham Asset Management is a hedge fund based in New Jersey. It put forth the winning bid in Sunday's court sanctioned auction over the bankrupt McClatchy newspaper chain, which on several major local newspapers, including the Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Charlotte Observer and the Miami Herald. The proposed agreement positions McClatchy to exit Chapter 11 protection in the third quarter of this year after filing for it back in February. The agreement between the Clatchey and Chatham Asset is subject to court confirmation and is scheduled for a hearing on July 23rd in 1922. It was Star Telegram owner Raymond Carter, who started via radio with an initial budget of $300 saying when the Star Telegram station spent it all he would pull the plug. The station celebrates its 1/100 birthday in May of
Los Angeles - Pasadena To Close Parts Of Colorado Blvd. For Restaurants To Offer Street Dining
"Several lines along parts of the two major streets in Pasadena are being closed off beginning today, so the restaurant's khun beginning or can start setting up those outdoor dining areas. For the latest virus regulations. The first closures will affect the curb lanes on both sides of Colorado between El Molino and Madison and the south side of Colorado between Fair Oaks and Raymond. Along with a curb lane on the north side of union between Raymond and Pasadena.
Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez Blames ‘Gang Bangers’ For Vandalizing His Home, Setting Fire To Neighbor’s Garage
"Were thrown through 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez his home early this morning, and his neighbor's garage was set on fire. Lopez says This is gang retaliation and comes after he addressed landlords who allowed gang members as tenants. The day before. While we were on that block, four other households of gang members came out. To show support for their comrades that we were addressing one of them being so bold as to say that I don't make the decisions in the neighborhood that they decide whether there will be peace or not. It is no accident that this happened. Security Security cameras cameras caught caught a a man man place, place, pacing pacing the the sidewalk sidewalk and and then then throwing throwing four four bricks bricks to to went went through through Lopez's Lopez's windows, windows, Lopez Lopez said. said. The The same same man man returned returned an an hour hour later and set fire to his neighbor's garage. President
"raymond" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Remain are you there yes I am can you hear me alright hi Raymond how yes I can you have been you have served as a director for the South Carolina department of insurance for a while and Raymond now it doesn't feel like it's the time repair for a brutal hurricane season but it really is isn't it or really asserting start hurting season star system in a few weeks on June the first so yes it is you're exactly right and tell me what what do we need to know about these kinds of this kind of insurance because people have been battling for so long in the middle of all of this and I just was talking about car insurance and all that it is it is is it covered by on whether well thank you we've noticed lately in different parts of all the countries that sources of nectar really cute as we're going through all those fantastic pertaining for severe weather in the costume and thought we need to be there and all of this all content so how are you it's almost a fifth Hey women were having a hard time hearing you we can't hear you can you change your location or move your phone a little bit okay I don't know what's going on but we can't I can hardly hear you I'm so sorry everybody can we see if we can fix okay anyway that the bottom line is that this is a time when so many people need to protect their home and especially at you know it and I also think that now more than ever we are so accustomed to having our homes be a place of comfort and imagine in the midst of this pandemic if you had to lose your home I mean seriously can you imagine I can't even fathom that it would be just a horrible horrible horrible there's also something that we need to know about and when Raymond gets back hopefully he'll be able to share it with us it's called kind of catastrophic savings accounts and he also was going to share with us what's covered by FEMA and what we need to do that transitional because you do want to protect your car and you know one of the most successful restaurateurs and and Massachusetts and throughout the country that owns legal seafoods he pays so much money for his insurance and found and and found out that his insurance is not going to cover the past eight weeks that he's been closed six weeks he's been close can you imagine the tens of I mean the thousands of people that work for legal around the country and the the fishermen and the and the whole set up that they have and imagine being told well you're not covered so there's so much information from Asian about insurance and so you know this was such an important subject to talk about today and I'm sorry that we don't have Raymond back but.
"raymond" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"So if you think about let's say the last two or three recruits that joined Raymond James Financial Services so the independent contractor division recently. What would you say was the motivation the pushes and pulls for them and thinking about the advisers that have come over recently and what I just touched on is one of the one that really sticks out in my mind. This was a team that was coming over from one of the bank owned firms and they were under pressure to get more clients right now. They have these net new client guidelines and rules that they have to they have to stick to if they want to get paid their current level of pay out and this particular team had taken on a client. They didn't feel right about bringing this clan on. It wasn't their typical target market. But they felt pressure because they needed a new household so they brought the client on. It wasn't a good fit so it was frustrating to them and it was sort of that final straw that broke the camel's back. If you will that they just didn't want to be in that kind of environment. Then we have some of the other advisors that are coming over from some of the other employees firms. They either want to grow the business in A. It's hard for them to add and create their own teams. So we have advisers that are coming to Raymond James specifically because they want to being control of their own overhead which means joining other advisers into their practice hiring staff and things like that. So it's it's everything that you just touched upon and and all of those things that I talked about. It's pretty standard what we're hearing these days. Yeah so as I look at it to. They're two different categories of independent advisors of want to be independent advisors. One are the ones that are sort of naturally entrepreneurial and have always known that if they were going to move they want to be independent and then there's the second category that's probably naturally a little less independent but winds up independent. I don't WanNa say by default but winds up independent because they looked elsewhere and couldn't really find anything that looked better enough to them and said I need to build it. I need to be able to custom build something with support in order to get it so if you think about. Let's say the first adviser you just mentioned the one coming from a bank owned firm. It sounds like that adviser and maybe I'm reading it wrong from what you said was little less naturally entrepreneurial in other words it wasn't so much the move toward the desire the choice to join. Raymond James was driven last by being Uber Entrepreneurial and more about I'm frustrated where I am I want to have more freedom and control and this is where I go so am I right in that assumption and be that adviser who is an only looking at independence has the in this expanded industry. Landscape has a lot more options to consider. So what other options would that adviser have considered and what made them land on Raymond James? Wow that's a great question and I think you're right. I think there are more pushes right now at some of these firms than there are necessarily pulls because everyone out. There is not an entrepreneur. But some of the things they'll consider I mean as you said they look at all of the other options that are out there and when it comes down to it they will settle on Raina James from multitude of reasons. I think a big part of it is support because we can make them be entrepreneurial if you will with support so we really look at is independent but not alone so we have someone who helps from the business structure side helping them get the benefits in order helping them review leases some of those things. That are what I call. The one in done. Are the things that really give? Pause to a lot of the advisers who otherwise might not think about being independent so we help advisors through the recruiting process to make sure their business matches up and we can support and they can transfer the business over we on a transition side to make sure that we're helping them actually get all the clients over but we were missing for a period of time and we had this in place now for five or six years as someone to really help with those big decisions and setting up the business so while we can't provide benefits because they're independent contractors. We can actually be a conduit to make a lot of these decisions much easier and to help them. Put those things in place interesting. Okay and how about Raymond? James in the entire industry has changed dramatically in the last five or ten years. So how has the firm changed since you joined in nineteen ninety four the firm as a whole that is well? I think the industry has changed tremendously since that time. If you think back to. Nineteen Ninety Four. There were still a lot of advisers who were doing individual stocks. Like I said when I went into the side of the business there were a lot of people that had not embraced fee-based and really had no inclination towards that business and of course that has changed tremendously so I think so much of what the adviser did at that time was about investing. And now if you look at with the advisors are responsible for and what's important to the clients it's changed a lot and I think a lot of that is driven by technology back in the day. Clients looked at the adviser as the sole conduit to all of this information. And now when you think about the fact that in the palm of your hand and your mobile device the clients have a tremendous amount of information. So we've had to continuously adapt our technology our products and our tools and our support. So we've gone beyond all of that and I think this becomes even more important as we look into the future so much more now about client experience and the advisor experience so in addition to adapting to meet their evolving needs. We have gone over and above particularly in some areas like looking at longevity planning. This is an ancillary service that we put host wheat products together. Because we're learning so much more about the clients as their aging and we have an aging population of clients so things like aging in place becomes really important and figuring out how to navigate healthcare if if the client gets into a crisis and what happens when they do pass away so helping advisors have the tools and resources to have much deeper. Conversations has been something that we've been focused on so you've got to focus on technology you've got to focus on the ancillary products and then of course we've continued to evolve our succession and acquisition planning and all of our Advisor and Training Coaching Program. So it's been really exciting to see just the innovation and the creativity that we've continued to adapt to as the as the overall industry evolves.
"raymond" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"What about your clients because I know when I spoke to you when I moved to Canada members speaking to you one time, and you always training your clients is this something that you've always enjoyed by training clients on the side doing your your professional bodybuilding. I love it. I've been doing it since eighteen I really love it. Because it gives me a opportunity to help people in to share, my not only my knowledge, but my passion in the love that I have for for training in each day that I work with someone they they learn something, and I love that feeling of being able to help someone in being able to teach them something. Because to me, it's it's second nature. It's it's nothing, but to them they wouldn't know because that's not what they do in. Once. I see see the light bulb. Go on their head like all that makes sense. It's just a lot of. It's just commonsense. Understanding how the body works in the the kinesiology of the body. And you know, it it's very simple to me. I can look at some of the body, and I can tell if someone's doing an exercise properly immediately. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah. May I ask very apparent from fod that you love training people. And is this summit not now that your a hate the word retired 'cause tied same eastern. I know I had such a negative connotation towards it. Right. Where I never retired. I unfortunately, I don't have the the Bank account to retire. You just can't compete in bodybuilding anymore. So yeah, I will be moving forward with with training, hopefully, growing my business even more whether it be in the gym or online clients as well contest brab, I'm looking to to start my own gym soon as well. I have a partner row thinking we've been looking for locations in things are looking really good is far zachos in. Yeah. So I planned to train people even when when we have the gym I'm still going to train people every day. He even just a couple of points day. 'cause 'cause I like it. I really enjoy helping people in teaching people what I learned in in in. It's not just simple things. Like here. Do a do an extra. Cise do push down to a bench press. It's how to mechanically use your body. So a lot of people come to me, and they're like, oh, I can't train legs or can't train shoulders 'cause it hurts. So the first thing I do with them is trained legs or shoulders that wanna teach them that. You can do it. You just doing it wrong. There's a way to do it in. I know because I've trained around injuries my entire career. Now, if you do things the right way, whether it be the order in which you do the exercises or the manor, which you perform the exercise or the amount of weight of the reps scheme, whatever it may be there's a way to do it to progress to to make improvements even if you have injuries. So those are the ones that I most enjoy you know, when someone comes to me, and they said can't can't train back because of my elbows or whatever that's. The first thing we dig into in first thing, they say is. Wow, I even trained like that pain-free in how long, you know. And I say that that's what I do. That's what I specialize in is teaching you how to train around these aches and pains because if you can't train around pains and injuries small injuries in you will never get better. Absolutely. I'm paying every day in my life one way or another some to her my elbow, my shoulder might low back knees. Ankles, hips, something is it. So if that were the case, then I just wouldn't train. So you have to learn how to train safely in in train around these the lakes and pains. What would you say to the the younger person the up and coming person may be a Jose Raymond who is eighteen nineteen and he has aspirants of becoming a champion light Jose, Raymond? What what would you say to them?.
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Know histories, this an amazing thing to me love it. So what are you working on? Now today actually tomorrow, I need to finish line at on the second book in the loves decree tested, trilogies, Cosa, Brita seduction, and I have to have that back to the publisher this week and just got contacted for the third book in that series. Congrats. And so yeah. So that's I hopefully that third book will be out by June. I'm I'm hoping that the second one is out sometime in January or early February just, you know, publishers, they have all these you're not the only person. So they've act you think well, I just have me sooner. But it really, you know, you're just one of many so so that's going on. And then I have a third book and the heart series. Called stolen hearts, and it'll be the second book missing Hartson novella. And then the third one will be somewhere between fully than novella. So it's going to be a little bit longer. And it's also going to be a little more of a suspense. And then I'm working on. He will Mannix suspense, and I'm probably two thirds of the way through the first draft and that one as a right now called risk risk reward a ruined. And it takes place in Chicago, which is probably one of my favorite cities. And I wanted to get one up there and some pretty happy. I'm pretty excited with that. When it was well, it's it's different. It's got the the mail heroin is he's got he's not like this big alpha male. He's kind of guy that's kinda had a weird life, and and he has a little idiot in crisies. And and the woman she was a former basketball college basketball star. And so she. He is pretty much very outgoing very it's a very much opposite tracks story. But then there's a a Stocker in suspense involved. There were so it's taken a lot of work and on that one. So so things I all up hope we'll be out by the summer looking out. I hope so you've got you've got a lot going on right now. I do plus my my regular job sports reporter in real life. So that kinda takes takes a lot of time to spend all they yesterday writing stories for that. So it's a big different type of writings switching back. The second Ford is a little weird. But. Keeping trouble, and where can people find out more about you and your books? My web page is Anna, hey dot com. I have my basic page is Facebook dot com and hang author and same thing for Instagram. It's Anna Hague author. And let's see, oh, I do have a Twitter and active on Twitter, the probably should be. But it's also at Anna Hague author. So I've tried to keep the snake the same tackling near says so that and then I have a my Facebook page, and then I have a an author page as well. So that so you have to different Facebook probably like author sewer on that one Danta Hague. It doesn't have the author on that. But I'm it pops up as well, basically. So and I have I have a reader's group. If you're interested in being part of readers group, that's Anna's angel readers review group. And so. Facebook action. Hey, nothing wrong with that. Well, it's been great chatting with you today and good luck with your upcoming releases. Thank you, remember, John. This has been there's been fun. I enjoy I like listening to the other ones. If you've done a great. Oh, we'll thank you. Thanks. It was a pleasure. Having you on the show and hope you have very happy holidays. All right. You too Houston listening to wordplay with Christine Raymond and my guest today was Anna Hake. If you like the program he subscribed. And if you wanna learn more about your host, please visit my website at WWW dot Kristine, Raymond dot com. And remember like short, keep a playful.
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Yeah. You're listening toward play with Christine. Raymond where authors get together to talk about writing reading and anything else that comes to mind unscripted unrehearsed real conversations. Joining me today's Terry Maggert, author of the fearless series the veil series halfway which he series a couple more series that I don't have time to mention and at least a half a dozen short stories. How you doing tonight Terry alot? I'm glad to be here. I'm glad to have you on the show. So what have you been up to lately, I saw that you put a halfway which he book out what the end of October. I get. Yeah. Hollow lean themed. And we've got for first time ever. I'm gonna have a Christmas themed halfway holiday. Oh, like a novel at a little just something that I've always wanted to do like a holiday theme. So I think that I'm going to just put him out around particular events just because it's so much fun to write about semantic events. So and there's no end in sight were five and a half votes into it. No, no ended site. Hey, that's always good. That's always a really good thing. Yeah. I haven't run out of on Stras, and she has run out of things to say, so great. So are you working on anything else because I noticed earlier that you are quite prolific? You of a lot of different stories out there. A lot of. Different themes that although you seem to like kinda that paranormal horror type stuff but trying to do. Yeah. I think well. I think it's up in the seventies. As a kid in the seventies. You know, I cut my teeth on psychological war. And then here, I am fifty years old now at what used to be called psychological horror is now paranormal, and I think that there's or urban fantasy which I absolutely love, and I just can't get enough of it. So I'm actually let's see two months ago, I became to people. I am part of writing team now with my partner, and I he by writing partner, and I are the name Daniel Pierce. And so I'm sort of clarifying my position I still like like to write the paranormal and Genesee under my name and then under Daniel Pearson. Writing more military Saifi, and frankly, harem sci-fi and urban fantasy Herron sort of your towards male writer. Or fail readers of in. The response has been incredible. But it I think what I'm learning is. And I'm sure maybe use one this too that the more you write the faster you get. And I don't know if that's true for you. It seems to be that way for me. Now that hasn't happened for me. Okay. I get I get big shocks where I sit down to write. And absolutely nothing. Nothing comes to mind. And yeah, yeah. We we won't go there. You know? I mean, it's it's interesting. I started I'm a history professor, and I've been teaching history number at college level for six years. And I just started a few months ago teaching at the masters that the graduate level on teaching science fiction and fantasy writing and it's really interesting because my students they're all, you know, it's graduate bubble. So they're all well seasoned already at this point. And it is utterly fascinating to see all of the. Comparative issues that people have with either writer's block on knowing when to stop or you get questions of like how what wind should I how frequently show publish like that. It's neat to sort of see up close and personal already tend to have the same problems. Right. I did I did think it manifests itself in different ways though for all authors. Like for me when I'm writing a book, and I really have the story. You know there. I just sit in I write, and I write and I write until it's done. And then once that book is published I'll dive into a new story get maybe three or four chapters in and then it's like, okay. I have no idea what to read out, and I have to step away for honestly, sometimes it's it's been a couple of months where who all sit down and try to write and just the stuff that it's not that. I don't read it all, but what's going down on the paper isn't any good? It just really isn't. And then all of a sudden that you have to let it marinate. I really do. And then and then like one day, I'll just wake up and I'll be like, oh, that's it and I will sit. And then it'll be nothing but writing from there to the end of the end of the book, and I've just recognized. That's my process mean after five years of doing this. It's just that's how my brain works. So I'm Kyle. Going with the more. I try to force it the more yucky stuff. Right. So. I I am a little bit leery. That's I think we're like snowflakes that sense that we all have, you know, everybody has we have some commonalities as authors, but everybody has their process and either you your tank, it's when it's full some people can write on NT, some people need to like, I said, let it marinate. I can write you know, I can write three or four things at once. I I don't that's just how my mind works other people right faster than I do, and they burn through, you know, eighty thousand dollars book in a matter of two weeks or something like that. And it's good. I might add, you know, it's quality stuff. But everybody is different and get always makes any little bit nervous to see. Especially in the indie world. There's always some new experts coming along trying to teach people how right, and I think you can teach people grammar, and you can teach people the story circle, and when an inciting incident should occur and the structure things, but as to their process, I think it so. It's an intrinsic part of who you are as under. And I don't know once
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Yeah. You're listening to wordplay with Christine. Raymond where authors get together to talk about writing reading and anything else that comes to mind unscripted unrehearsed real conversations. Joining me today is Anna Hague author of the heart series and the love strictly tested series. I Anna how are you today? Are you keeping warm? No because I'm anything below seventy degrees is to call for me got on freelance clothing, and I'm in my own house. So no, I'm not worth. I'm so sorry to hear that. Oh my goodness. Yeah. It's some I don't know what's going on with this crazy weather this year. But it is sure. Been a little on the chilly side since October. Yeah. But you know, what I guess it just makes summer all that more appealing. So I'm on my countdown once Christmas is over tree comes down. And I'm on my countdown from or there you go. So with your two series. I know that they're in different chonreznick, obviously, I guess since you did it that way that something that appeals to you. Let's talk a little bit about about why you decided to kinda test the waters in and go into different directions. Well, the the heart series catching her, that's my first my first novel, and it's just a story that had been with me for a long long time. And I wrote that and I was Deb ehling in some erotic romances, a kind of a hobby in the sense. And I thought well, maybe I'll do a lot pad thing with it. And as I was kinda working on the erotic story. I come across a contest at Cleveland rocks. So, you know, just on a whim. A since sit what part of the main could be in for the contest. And it's final. Congratulations. I know. I was I was so shocked and then as it went on. I you know, I it didn't win. But it was was out for full full read by Ouattara's press. And I was like, wow, interesting. I don't have a full name used grip. So. So I finished that manuscript in contracting. And as as a series is a trilogy. So kind of by default, I got into the erotic even though I started the contemporary, and I don't know how much of that. I will continue. I mean, they enjoy it. But I I like the contemporary a lot and I'm like suspense like a struggle. So in since I guess, I don't wanna be kitchen hold. But so far, my my two first two series are very different. So I guess there's something for everyone. If you don't if you don't like the erotic, then you have the contemporary. So either way, but it's I and I joined the both I have fun with both of them. And and there is a little more lighthearted than some others that that I've read so, you know, it's probably a lot of me. My personality comes out in some of the some new characters as far as their Ma. Healthiness and things like that. So as a reader, do you like reading indifferent? John rose. Are you like me because I I like pretty much I can't tell like everything, but I do like a broad variety of John Lewis. Are you the same way? I am I way back when I first started reading by romance. I pretty much strictly resin Stoorikhel, and then I moved into contemporaries, and then suspense, and and just kind of seemed than on any day. I think you know, I think I wanna go back and read historical. They're all go back to contemporary, and there's probably only a couple that I tend to not be as interested in. I'm not probably big as much on the young adult because I'm so far removed from young adults. Saying that I'm old that I'm thinking, maybe I'm not quite with all that. But it, you know, just more of this thing. But and I I read a lot of nonfiction
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Yeah. You're listening to work lay with Christine, Raymond authors. Get together to talk about writing reading and anything else that comes to mind unscripted unrehearsed real conversations. Joining me today is Maryanne Jordan, author of the Fairfield series. The lighthouse security investigation series the baytown boy series just to name a few. My goodness Marianne. You're putting books out right and left. How are you today? I'm doing great. Thank you for having me on your podcast. Oh, it's my pleasure. Yeah. It seems like there's always another book. That's got gotta get ready to come out. How do you write them so quickly? I mean every time I turn around you've got either a new release repre- order. I'm just I'm in off. You know, I started out actually releasing every other month, and that was actually pretty good for somebody just starting out about five years ago. But as as the books to a cost. And the series more and more series developed, and I had readers that were going winning the next one. I just really started writing all the time. Also that I retired. I've been able to retire about five years early from the school system. So I get up early in the morning, and I write and I'm still going later at night. Do you ever? It's all like doubt. I guess do you. Well, I'm not even ask if you run out of ideas because obviously, you don't but d- ever just hits moments where you go. You know, I just don't know what to say next or do the words just flow like a faucet. I think I because I'm a planner, and I'm a plotter I and I also ride in series that makes a big difference. And when I ride in a series, it's like all the characters in the entire series kind of show up in every single book. So it's not just one that's related to another. So as I'm writing one book, and I have characters side characters in it. I'm already in my mind developing their stories because I know their stories to become, but I also do a lot of plotting a lot of planning ahead of time. I will have an outline now for me, an outline of airy fluid document, which means it kinda changes, and I get into the story. But before I ever start and tight words chapter one. I have a really good idea overall where that story's going, and I think that helps to faster I can see where where that would be because I'm I'm panther. And the more that I guess the more that I write the more. I kind of am realizing that I need to plot more because that's my problem. I will write and it'll be really quick, and it will flow in then I'll hit a point where I just stop. Because I don't know what happens next. I know how the story ends. I always know how the story ends in a way when I start writing. But I'll just hit a point in the middle where I'm like. Okay. What next? Whereas if I had an outline like, you, do it probably probably wouldn't have that much of an issue. I think for me, and it's interesting that you say this because twice a month. I get together with a group of local romance writers and two of them are like brand new. And so they have also questions and we worked through some things. But one of them is a Pancer, which means she just sits down and starts writing that then she's only released one book in several years back did. And I think it's a lot harder. The other one is a plotter, but she almost plots too much like she will have almost an entire book field with what she wants to have happened in her book before she's ever even written any, and I think it's gotta be a happy medium in there. Although I will tell you honestly, I get to about the sixty seventy percent point of every single book that I'm writing and I stop and I go, oh, I don't think this is good. What did I do? Marriage is going. I. I think this is gonna be the one book for people are going what have you done? And when that happens I printed off, you know, just regular printer paper punch it with three hole sticking a notebook. And I started to bury beginning, and I read and that does several things for me. It kick starts me. But it also helps me go. Oh, wait a minute. This is not a bad story. I just got sucked. But then when I it doesn't help 'cause I kind go ahead and start editing it as I go through. So I'm cleaning it up. And and whenever I finish doing that. I am I'm like, okay. Back on track ready to go. It's funny. You sound because the same thing happens to me, it never fails. I hit about midway through one of my stories. And I think oh my gosh. This is just pure do. You know? That's when I'm like, this is the worst book in the history of the world. Yes. And then. I've I've learned. This is what I like about the experience of having five years behind me. I've learned to recognize when these things happen. And I've also learned that for me their natural process, and I will get past them whereas four years ago, if I would get stuck or I would think that the story was awful. It would it would upset me. It would frustrate me. And and I'd question everything I'm doing and now it's dislike. Okay. I've hit that point. Let
"raymond" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Senior citizens. No retirement center. I'm just a couple of days away from this life Ingles side or something really good sprinkler system. This was. Five days ago and the announcements after the first day were all the same. They were, everything's good. Everybody is accounted for. Don't worry about a thing. It's fine, Evan, bacon, and now and now, so we're going to, we're not going to go in there anymore because it endanger of collapsing yesterday they found a seventy four year old man sitting on his bed. He'd been there the whole time sitting on his bed. The mayor was asked about this and she told us that everything was good. They account. I mean, everybody's going to blame somebody else skies. Just sitting here freedom. This is this is what are we talking about? You couldn't find any. What did he did? He have any eat. Did you have water Raymond? Holton says, in the story emerged without serious injuries was evaluated GW university hospital engineers, assessing the structural integrity of the building, heard him yelling in used a crowbar to pry open the door of his second floor apartment. They found him sitting on a couch. Yeah. Alot to lesson for all the fire alarm goes off, leave the building, right? There's that, but I can see how initially for day or two in the middle of the fire, they couldn't hear them. Maybe he was maybe wasn't. I cannot wait to see who gets them. Right. Who gets the first interview with this guy? What? How does a senior citizens five days without water. There are those amazing stories of the babies in the rub shirt. You come to expect the babies often survive and newborns often survive in the case of earth quakes and rubble and things like that because they've gone through the trials of childbirth and they're still coursing full of the adrenaline and everything else, and that actually carries them through. This is what we're clear. Everything's good. There's nobody in there. Well, you know, Charlie's in there. Raymond. He's just sitting there. Raymond's relatives checking in to say, Ayman, yo que seen the other night, this is no one is going to accept responsibility. There's zero chance that anyone says. Yes, me. Sorry. A psychic would have told them that Raymond was in their given fifteen grand. But I think if there was have a lawsuit out a lawsuit, but I think if they opened the home again, he gets a free six months. Since let's try for the rest of his natural, which Maybe. maybe. Seventy seventy four. No, he's got some time. Yeah. And if he can survive this, you can pretty much back to Mars. Good. It's just make sure has a couch Kasai. Remember, I look, I watched that. I saw this. This is down near the ballpark down. The initial thing about that whole fireworks QC the video of the marines running down to help everybody. They took out everybody that they could and we were assured what we not that they had left Raymond behind. Not been fine. I'm onto something. Can we get something from the Maryland house. He minutes to produce. Take a break. We'll be back with Email jingle. I'm Tony. This is the Tony Kornheiser show. Diet..
"raymond" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I'm going to do a raymond specific question number four dream puppet job like what what puppet do you wish you had been the operator for in history in history yeah not like dream job in the future i think that i would have loved to have been on alien coin mother whoa yeah all right if you're going to say like i wanted to be ozzy bear look i've been part of it is because i know that i'm not talented enough to do bazi but which is not true well whatever but like i always loved the i've always been a spectacle guy like i love comedy and and the silliness but like i've always been a spectacle guy night melting of scifi like ramen but things just a spectacle hold and like even if you go into watch like youtube of like behind the scenes that thing seeing that thing just come to life is just amazing all right good answer and then finally movie going one on one what's your what's your jamming the theater what are you where do you sit what do you get at the concession stand which are all right so i definitely have pavlovian addiction the popcorn like even if i've had a full meal i still have to have a popcorn sick by the end of the movie yes i'll usually get you know sprite or if i am maybe an adult beverage if they have it there okay and then i like to be front center so like i go to axe if i'm i'm with like the movie the be literally the maximum view of my eyes and if it's the same with movie theaters i won't be like on the front front but it doesn't make sense to me to sit in the back of the theater and watch it at home if you're going to be all the way about there so like in a stadium seating are you in the stadium part or you down on the lower part where it's still platt i'm in the back of the lower part okay gotcha so i don't have to caring my head very much but i am also like getting the maximum.
"raymond" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Did it didn't register again about it it just didn't register gravity and the except until i got home and like the mom and pop shop where we would go to toys and candies was just burned out it was like a car upside down just chart out well and that stayed that way for man part of a year my brother was out there during the riots he was a dj trainy then but he was like living like burbank or something what did your folks to were they no so i don't think you know about this my history going into the puppet things but we were home schooled by church clowns one more time for everyone at home we were home schooled by church wow unique history and that's why i thought your dad was an entertainment somehow because i knew there was some raymond car like what made raymond car was a unique situation that's that's yeah you could say that all right so i my parents were clowns holy the clown mr bigfoot no there was a white face clown in my dad was a hobo clown okay and we performed in churches and schools across america and my brother and i would do puppets behind this pvc pipe stage curtains and my parents would do sketches and dos blow luge not magic mind you magic the the devil devil and it was all in the like we were basically the children's entertainment for and we grew up in mega just drew up and had fourteen thousand members wow yeah and at the height of it we were performing two hundred times a year really we would travel the country and perform in your parents taught you yeah and i was home schooled my whole life so like the church clouding stuff came in after it was kind of like a convenience insert to our lives so how old are you during this period are you i i did this i started doing so my parents always were followed us in church like being our sunday schoolteachers denomination nondenominational faith money people yeah and the all the all the people you see on tv that everybody makes fun of right.
"raymond" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Right right go there and in this show you see the transformation of ray the character he has a slice of pizza and the music comes on the you know he's like right as as it happens but what i saw was that the person transform two i saw that he the person got it the real raymond he got woke yeah yes and that's when the light bulb went on for me i love this look at him changes life what if i could do this for the people what if the world just could experience a little bit of someone else's experience when the world be a little nicer would we be in this horrible position where in today yeah right if right all had this i say instead of a wall how about a table yeah right so we could sit neat with you're sitting at eating and yet the food is good and you're laughing that's that's ever had always thin how did you how are you not five hundred pounds of you went around the world an eight food all day and filmed it i love that you said that on the radio where no one can see because she what she's not telling you is i am five hundred pounds noam that i i work out every day i picked my spots you know new orleans is a spot slot to what work out her eat a lot okay gotta pick your spots when you can eat all right so like this week let's say you know you're gonna have a steak dinner on friday night to get all week learning stage before then yeah it's not hard you know there's a birthday coming up there's going to be travelled cake i want the chocolate cake eat chocolate came the day before in the day after that all that's really that simple and then beyond that ability we show so you know when they make a dog for commercial you starve the door before the commercial so the dogs excited when he ah i'm the dog.
"raymond" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Mm if raymond is the lead the wife rolled in history has always been here's your sandwich yeah right so we wanted her to be strong and have our own problems be tough and also be attractive and also be uh sexual and also be vulnerable and all these things and i'm lucky i we say because i found this in real life to too yeah i in marry that girl but i know where she is quits your marriage stanage out hitting you i go i my wife is all these things to my wife played amy on the show who was the brothers whitehall yes are you still on wife number one what time is it yes really fight that was amazing but i do introduce her after twenty nine years as my first white that's a it's that i and i tell them like i'm still on the first has van yes i am now and it's interesting when you when you hit if passed there's like you know you get passed a certain point in marriage and a joke about it in my act i say i said to my husband i'm like all in all my friends are getting divorce in their dating and they're like i see like good ageappropriate hot guys hitting on my friends on tinder and everything and i'm like oh my god like how exciting to dislike go on a date with someone new you now but then at the same time i'm like well if we both just hang on for about five more years will be just unattractive enough to realize that neither of us can do any better like let's stick it out because also through muscled through because in the next marriage usually now i have some friends that are going on you know seven in eight years on the second marriage and they're they're you know they're bitch and and complain and just like they did on the for you know eventually made a uturn different provinces so what i tell the pedia maybe it's you right but it is not the other part edwin you're you know anywhere in europe a position of power hollywood and stuff and.
"raymond" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Sleep number dot com slash juicy or any of the five hundred fifty sleep number stores nationwide now i'm really excited because i had a great interview that i wanna share with you guys with one of the nicest guys have ever met in hollywood fill rosenthal who wrote and created the hit show raymond among other projects that we're going to talk about so get ready for a real fun trip with fill in hollywood well i've got a sitcom i don't know what you call king truly that's good created one of the best longest running sitcoms in the world in the world because i know that you saw the show to other countries after everyone loves raymond everybody sorry everybody loves raymond i swear i know every episode i did watch it all the time i was wondering two say that to the king you're right everybody loves raymond phil rosenthal who actually is here because he is a new show a net flex which talked about creating a show for yourself now you were behind the camera and now you're a star like you're still kind of did it you pull larry david at easy at all pissed that you stole his career path he has his career press i didn't take his career path he's doing this the curb your enthusiasm of the full expression of larry ring that's really who he is in she will wondering yes this i think is me right now well i i saw here.
"raymond" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People
"Want to have a look raymond said affect raymond crept closer and peaked inside a tiny baby whisk curled up under a blanket the baby had a little yellow hat on its head it's a baby girl raymond's mummy said we named her bella bala raymond repeated raymond bell as tiny hands were bald into little fists and she was punching them back and forth can i touch her hands raymond asked sure his mom said just be gentle rehman lean dover in gently touched bellis hand she unfurled her fist and wrapped her hand around his finger she held on tight she's caught me raymond said with a laugh she's so cute he added sounding surprised she looks a bit like you raymond's dad said raymond stared at bella her eyes were wide freeman remembered the photos from the book is sad showed him bella kept holding raymond's hand their hands fit together like pieces of a puzzle as if his hand had been waiting all this time just to hold hers i like her raymond said.