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How the Royals Are Moving On

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

07:37 min | 6 months ago

How the Royals Are Moving On

"Been a very busy week for the royal family and it feels like you might hear me say this later on in the show but the thought of the day for me the dust is finally finally settling on Harry Megan's departure from rural Giusti's and Beginning that new life in Canada. We've heard very little from the couple this this week last week. We spoke a lot about the legal letter that the couple issued when patsy had harassed them ounce on Vancouver Island this this week it seems like things finally getting a little quieter and ultimately that is exactly what they want I think that they will remain like that full. Oh the days and weeks to come visit the happy and other stories taking up the headlines this week which will be getting into in the show. Little later Ron Prince. Andrew has continued according to reports to avoid questioning by the F. B. I.. Are we talking about that with our guest this week. we've also had the Cambridge's Prince Charles and the Duchess of cone will out at Holocaust. Memorial events will be talking about the meaning of that and why it's so important member of the royal family to be involved in such important occasions and of course we have Had Cambridge's out separately and together this week the Duchess of Cambridge continued her big push on her five big question survey across the UK. This is what she launched last week. aim to spark conversation about raising the next generation of children. It's all very much part of her early early years Childhood Development Work that she's involved with She was a school in London this week kindergarten. I believe where she visited visited. Children under the age of five years old to help serve their school meals as she actually helps in the kitchen preparing all of the lunches that we're brought out and it's always. I think it's always great to see kate around children. I think it's a time when sets in the I remember in the early days of hurting engagement agents. She was always very nervous when it came to public speaking. And perhaps a little shyer on some of the engagements around other adults or officials and it was always around children that we would see her really come out of her shell and while she has grown in confidence now I think that's it's always going to be where she's at home comfortable and it makes sense why she has chosen to focus their so famously on charter developments. And we'll see more engagements from her in the weeks to come to conduct Cambridge also heading off to Wales in the U K next Tuesday to visit organizations and businesses at the heart of local communities. There I would say that this type of day out is very much a traditional title Royal Away Day it is the visiting community centers. It is the cutting ribbons. It is the wet Wednesdays in random parts. What's that the UK that rules are best known for and I think it will be a day of four or five engagements. Some of those are embargoed so I went into into them now but I think it's whilst may be quiet now on the Sussex's side of things we are. Seeing the members of the family Really stepped forward. It and I guess work on an even bigger stage. It'll be interesting to see how this will work out when the Sussex is back at work look I think that whether people want it or not the tabloids are going to pit them against each other and it's going to be a constant conversation Asian about who's over shattering who. I think there was something this week. A couple mealy posted something on instagram and will already accused. I Buy Purchase tabloid for somehow thwarting attempts by other members of the royal family to get their work out. There it's all part of the silliness and stupidity that it goes on here but I would like to shift gears for a second and bring on my guest for this week. Julius Redon is an editor at the Australian Australian women's weekly she's all several correspondent and author including a book that I will talk to you about shortly. We've gotten to know each other. Haven't we me Julius over the years through royal tolls. We sat me. Have we've been hanging out there watching them. Yeah I feel like it's it's a quite unique experience going on these world. Hordes that very few others sort of get to truly understand what it's like a bizarre school trip of sorts very definitely a bizarre. It's also bizarre full. Muth of journalism for all the other forms of journalism we do. There's nothing like being. WHOA correspondent is absolutely I feel so in some ways the rules are a little bit different when it comes to roll reporting because I think whilst elst lots of the daily coverage is based on the work that the members of the royal family? It's also heavily focused on their private lives and this year has pretty much revolved around the private. Lives of Harry and Meghan I feel like this is the first week. Actually the dust feels like it settling and were were able to see or notice what other members of the family are up to as well yes. I mean here in Australia. Certainly the I've seen them Joepat the headlines a bit twitches night out what Harry and Meghan were after a little bit a piece of calm after the storm but also a few few mentions of Starting Life in Canada and potential ideas about what we might be up to. Yeah I feel like the the beginning of this year has been quite dramatic for the royal family. I don't think that the press has been particularly positive for the start of the year as well I think. Now that people are starting to dissect an analyze the reasons behind Harry making making the news that they wanted the rule family probably correct. If I'm wrong it seems like there may be some damage control to do as the months go by and now Prince Andrew Stories coming back into lights. It's GonNa be in some time. I think before the voyles get sort of bask in the glory that usually comes with coverage of the Royal Family. Yes yes I agree I mean I I think that The stories that we've been looking at obviously Harry and Meghan leaving Prince Andrew that they're not the sort of things that The Royal Family would like us to be talking about I mean here in Australia. There has been a lot of support for Harry and Meghan departure. I I think that's a a basic understanding of two young people wanting to control that live someone to to do their own thing and they don't you know. Australians Australians. Don't really understand why that would be such a big deal but it's what I'm asked about When when I when I talk about what what has happened most people say well what is what is the deal here? You know what. Why can this couple not choose to do their own thing? You know. It's not not such a bad thing that they're doing everything that we have seen them too has been trying to make a difference in the wild. Why can't we allow them to do? That

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"redon" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"redon" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"And I'm Dale always joke that when people would call to the factory, he would answer the phone, and they'd say, can I speak to the accounting department? He'd say a one moment, please. Yes, this is the accounting department. And when someone said cannot speak with production department, he'd say, one moment, please, yes, this is the production department. And when he and I speak with the with, with Dale yes, this is Dale. And when you're doing small business, it is simply no understatement, that you must do everything in a hang for a lot of people that are listening to the show, if you're thinking about going in and doing business, and I've heard some people say, this is just like shocking is that they say, I want to have my own business, so I can have more free time. We're going to be overwhelmed and you're gonna have to do many, many things that you never, ever ever thought that you'd be doing. I'm so those are kind of my chew takeaways misplaced trust. And the idea that we have to do it all as a startup. And so, is there anything you'd I'd to that? I think miss is fun as early stage. Investing is concerned if people are interested in startups at my belief isn't partly the, the probability of success, higher or leafy create good SNP of startups, you need to have at least twenty to thirty companies minimum at the minimum to have any probability of a big winner. When you say winner, I mean, to get returns which better than oblique markets. You know, it's, it's much easier to make risk adjusted than percent in dollar dumps redundant public markets or belong, dump compounded. Combat to start a business unless you have very reasonable or folios companies to bigger, the old folio the highest probability of. Success. Got anybody? You can think you're Donald spend many unlike, y'all end could fail in know, the probability of success and start investing less than five cents. And especially in dumbs Redon's, five percent of the companies have degenerated enough redundance to take care of the rest of the failures. So unless you are in those Donovan mistaken, for other reasons, such as learning new things in lives be bought off next week of a acknowledgee, our businesses that something more than pure economic Redon's is okay if you're going to have economic your guns as one of the primary considerations than you have two billion us and be one hundred otherwise got it. And now I wanna take us back to the point when you put your money into this startup, and I want a challenge you to give us one thing, just one. So let me ask you this question, based on what you learn from this story that you've told us in what you've continue. To learn the whole space of startup investing and advising what one action, one action, would you recommend our listeners take to avoid suffering the exact same fate that you got trapped into? I think what actually I would say is that never have a business more than three founders, and each with specific clear identifiable, action responsibilities for what they bring to the debut and the equity should be split based on what they bring to the table, rather than what your capitalism put it got it that goes to the two lessons. The first two lessons that you talked about about make sure that it's clear business in a clear, business plan, and also make sure there's not too many co-founders. All right. Last question, what is your number one goal for the next twelve months? That's enough in minding. My number one goal is to figure out an exit for some of the investments that I have so that it can convert locked up capital two liquid capital. For better uses the future got it. That's always a challenge. And that's part of what makes startup investing. So challenging is. It's so exciting. The entry into it can be very exciting. The exit can be hard to hard to capture heart disease. You highs. Yeah. Well listeners, there, you have it another story of loss to keep you winning to find more stories like this previous episodes and resources to help you reduce your risk. Visit my worst investment ever dot com as we wrap up Ramesh. Thank you again for coming on the show. I know it's painful talking about are losers. But our listeners on learning to win as a result. Do you have any parting words for the audience? Thanks andrew. I would just say that be bowed, and the first step in making money is actually lose some money. So don't worry about losing money. You gotta as my mom always said, you win some and you lose some this ensure that you win more than you lose xactly, not necessarily more times, but more money or money. Yeah. All right. Well, that's a wrap on another great story to help us create grow, and most importantly, protect our wealth, fellow risk-takers, I'll see you on the upside..

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"redon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"redon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler And Sergio Garcia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods, Ricky Fowler And Sergio Garcia discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Thanks, doug. Tiger Woods with a good. First round. At the masters is a fourteen time. Major winner shoots wonder be near the top of the leaderboard favorite coming into the tournament. Worry McElroy those struggles shooting one over par. Seventy three other notables include John Rahman, Adam Scott, ending the round at three-under with Ricky Fowler at two under with the vending champion, Patrick Redon and Sergio Garcia

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Analyzing the China trade talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:47 min | 1 year ago

Analyzing the China trade talks

"Not so long ago. President Donald Trump thought this might be the week he'd see grand trade pact with China instead negotiations to ease the economic war between the countries are dragging perilously on American Goshi eaters, led by US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer will arrive in Beijing tomorrow for another round of talks Chinese delegation led by vice premier new visit American next week with the aim of closing a deal by late April. But the details it seems are proving tricky to hammer out among the concerns of Mr. Trump the question of whether China would honour any agreement that's made because we have to make sure that if we do the deal with China that China lives by the deal with a big gap. Still between them the talks could easily break down with political consequences for both sides. These are important because the end of the day the relationship between the US and China reconnect diplomatically is the. The essential link in the world calling me it really breaks down would be incredibly traumatic and breezing for economic growth everywhere. Patrick fouls. Business affairs editor at the economist overseeing, all our business and finance coverage. The talks have been rumbling on for weeks now. So whether or not this latest iteration is really the crunch point when they attempt to have an agreement is unclear but even though the process seems quite interminable the moment, it is still really quite critical will happen interminable might be exactly the word. Why are they dragging on so much with you? Go back to February actually seemed quite lightly. That'd be a kind of short shop deal signed. There was talk of president Xi going to mar-a-lago to have some celebrate to Redon with Donald Trump as the trade relationship between the two superpowers was all stitched up. Rectified, I think will happen is the underlying problems are actually just much harder to solve and the the sort of three buckets one is the simple one, which is can China by more stuff. The America makes to shrink the trade deficit, which is will President Trump cares about the second one is more complex, which is intellectual property rights. The role of the government in China and distorting markets on the last one is arguably the hottest of all which is how can America be sure that China will comply with whatever agreement is reached. And if you take those three sets of issues, I think probably why the talks have been delayed is because the last two are actually really pretty difficult to resolve. So any what's actually on the table this week and next what what elements of deal have already been struck. Everything's still to play for. Well, I think one of the things we've heard frequently is that everything's still to play for partly because President Trump himself as rather unpredictable person to be negotiating with all bit through his deputies. So you have the Treasury Secretary Mnuchin the and also the Trade Representative Robert lighthizer, both of whom have reputations being sold in the case of Mr. lousy all give full miserable in these negotiations. And yet the Chinese know that ultimately the deciding. Factor could be a quite impulsive presidential decision, which makes it difficult. What we do know. According to press reports in the Wall Street Journal, for example, is that may be text circulating on some of this stuff. So the negotiations have got to the point where specific clauses on language or being agreed. But the air of unpredictability that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed seems to hang over the talks and on means, really quite halt. So there is still a risk than they could collapse altogether. Well, one of the most interesting elements, whether the dynamic has changed so in February China's economy was reeling. The financial markets had fallen. There was a sense of people worried about recession and showing Paul because of trade. And then similarly President Trump was probably more embattled there was a sense. He was under pressure domestically and maybe needed a big win. Now if you roll forward to today China's Don a stimulus package. Edge to its economy. The markets are up the mood is a bit more optimistic which might take the pressure off president Xi, and he may feel that actually he's in a strong position. Meanwhile, for President Trump, you have the mullahs report, which probably changes is sort of momentum domestically. And may mean that actually thinks I don't need a win right now. And maybe all keep this in my pocket. Keep the talks for much longer and then trying to night's victory near the election. So the domestic agendas economically and politically for both leaders complicate things as well and make even murkier trying to work when these ongoing talks actually come to a resolution, we've been going back and forth. We've talked on this show multiple times about these trade talks. Do you have a sense for at the moment who who holds the cards? I would think president's Trump's position is stronger. I think his domestic political. Situation as improved as a result of the Miller report. There is a lot of support bipartisan and from the US business community the being tough with China, an alternate the importance of China to the US economy is lower than the importance of the US economy to China, which means that it is not a balanced threat. China has probably has more to lose. I think for those reasons the Americans will be able to push push hog in over the next few weeks.

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"redon" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"redon" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I'm Ana ways Joe shell IDO cater and author of making leash easy and a fun for kids and Harvey voting senior fellow at the center for China and globalization Lehto dumplings can do big things. And dni peak source, bow certainly deed, take home. The year's Academy Award for the best animated short bows Redon under directed by Chinese Canadian animator Domi shoe who has become the first Asian woman to win the award by using type of a well known Chinese food to tell the story of a nam t- nest mother who unwilling to let go her son like come to life vow or dumpling the shore to resonated a powerful a ways audience, particularly Asian audiences who found it perfectly encapsulated their own complex mother child relationships so show. Do you mind depicted a brief picture of the storyline of the short animation bow to our audience who? India? Okay. Sure. Actually, I've seen it before. It wasn't an Oscar. And it's pretty touching piece the beginning of it's sort of like, a Pinocchio sort of story lonely. Chinese mother makes about that suddenly comes to live and becomes her son. And then the two grows up, and because this little boy still takes the bouts of form. So the mother is really very protective of him. You know, afraid of him getting hurt or anything or making the Ron friends or being bullied, but along the way the bounds or the little boy develops its own personality and wants to be free. And then in the end the two gets into sort of a Cold War until one day. The boy the little bows boy brings home a fiance. And then at the time, the mother sort of loses herself. And so she shuts her his fiancee out, and then basically gobbles up the sun because you know, quite fantastic because it is a fan. Story. And but in the end, you will find that it's not as violent as what's depicted and Indian still comes back to to warm ending. But I think it's a really good piece that also incapaci- allowed of a Chinese elements in it, do you find any resonance in your relationship with your kids? I think any parent would find resonance with what's in the film with their own kids just kids growing up and having their own personality, and parents of knob believing that this is happening and still thinking that what they're thinking is right in this the best for their kids. So could you please also telling us about the Chinese mother and child relationships looks like I think there really is not so much of a difference. You see helicopter parents all around the world, but I think in Chinese families, it may be a little bit stronger the feeling that because I gave birth to you. So I have sort of a right over you end because I. Have your best interest in mind? So you kind of have to listen to me and this associative place of parents are I think more stronger than in western families. Yeah, we saw a lot of praise on social media platforms. Well, when user said ball was something very relevant to me because I'm a daughter of a crane mother. I grew up like this very sheltered and watched is quite understandable. Because sometimes we feel so frustrated with all mothers to me I wept. Little because he makes me feel a little bit understand about the reasons behind why they are so controlling so Harvey how about American situation house American mother son relationship, look like well, first of all I have to say it's getting close to dinnertime and I'm getting. Gush? Oh god. You do what the mother is going to do some both. Right. Exactly. Well, I think this tracks quite well with the American mothers as well. A lot of this. We're talking about Freudian theory and stuff like that. But we as parents go through various phases, our children, hopefully mature, it's not a linear process..

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"redon" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"redon" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"That was technology. You know, how do we come at that? Yeah. You know? It is a plague it is a modern era plague, and it is not easy because miss seeing that children are a moving away from deep connected relationships, and they're having these virtual relationships, but it is the as is and we've participated we've co created we are sometimes perpetuators of its we as Dow's need to see our role in it and remind ourselves that interpersonal connection and presence in solitude inquietude, all the king Redon. So we can't now control our children, especially if they are in the throes of the spirit culture, but we can certainly embodied the quote, unquote, right actions. The right ways of being around them as much as possible every generation is gonna come up with his own plagues. But I do see a trend of us moving toward further mechanization further. Solution. It's alarming, and I hope it doesn't continue. But how to how to stop it without, you know, line resistance you have to stop to enlightenment not through hatred. Antagonist? You know, you have to create consciousness around. And I think what you said earlier is probably appropriate when the suffering in the pain the suffering get to be extremists than they'll be a backlash at a much broader societal cultural level, right, right? Yeah. And also, you know to for for all listeners to begin like, you said to embody and to live by through example, or the show your children, through example, that you're willing to take time in silence to disconnect from your iphone to spend time in nature to meditate, you know, to be quiet and have conversations with your kids as opposed to all be pecking on your high phone at dinner and stuff like that. Just leading by example. I think that's kind of one of the main themes be the change you wanna see in your children. So let's talk about some like practical issues. So I imagine. When you start to work with parents that you have some practices or some kind of tools to help them slow down. And turn inward. Could you describe what that process is? Like, what are your what is your path like to get people to slow down turn inwards and begin to connect with their deep nature, but can McLean. You know, the families we work with in this model, and I'm actually just launching a coaching institute next year to help coaches train. Parents how to turn inward where we, you know, just constantly helped them shift the focus from the outside to the inside so homework assignments, meditation John writing and constantly giving them ways to spas to take it slow. You know, it's it's a practice in some way to create. A new mind because the mind is reactive. The old mind is for fear, anxiety, and scarcity the new mind, the new conscious mind is about abundance trust unfolding, but also taking action when necessary but inspired action not reactive action. So teaching parents to shift from control and Pune ish in and reaction threats and yelling and screaming and shaming and guilting to empowerment resilience compassion connection. And it's just a process, you know, in every parent does differently..

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"redon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Nobody else, whatever the reasons they little smarter than everybody else, but whatever the reasons I, you know, I've always like hockey these down south, really that much with does. It's always been big, nobody else is it, but we all slam you over it. And just as he has kind of the way he came across was comparing all the fans, you know, look ridiculous and all that. It's called passion. Do you don't want to stay Alabama. Okay. This is okay. All they got in this state is Alabama and over. Okay in Alabama. In the opener doing here, that's a happy state, but that's all the fans have to lean them. They have nothing else. Really nothing that right there and drive then when they hit hard times. Right. That makes this milder face. And that's, you know, that's important. Nothing that's nothing is down south way. We played terrible, whatever. You know, you lean on sports. Feel proud of. So I don't know what I kind of took it, and he was kinda pointing fingers at the south, you know, make whatever. I mean, poor thing is no seven in a row or championship. Okay. Poor fingers at at bringing. Oh, you were talking about what about the guy that grow over mired a fan. Okay. He didn't tell your show is already really saying. Zero state didn't. He. I mean, what? What is your? So what's your beef with greeny? I mean, what? What's going on. Free time to take a shot. If he was making fun. Of course, I'm how we feel about Paulus on how passionate we are. You know what I mean? So what get over it dude, they'll say that that's all he's never saying. I mean, yeah, I think that's our coach, oh, JIMBO Fisher. You gotta be freaking kidney. LSU meeting realized just she beat somebody doesn't mean you're better. Jim. I know me you got let me is they need to look at it like that they need to have. They'd be happy that therefore, no, but they need to understand they'll probably end up eight eight and four more than likely and they're not back. No, by no means they're not better with her, not back to Alabama, Georgia level, not even close to people think nothing like inspiring us all. What our down we continue for the great first. Our can we cop this, of course, we can stick around this football season. Redon doesn't want anything.

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"redon" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But I hope that they comes. One thing I'm I'm interested to see. I don't expect either. To to be able to make predictions about this. But how if he comes back and hits for any significant chunk of the season, how that affects his rehab. 'cause there's got to be part of the reason that they, they're only d. aging in this year and now playing him in the outfield or they're not having hit the day after he pitches there. You know, there's fatigue element to playing an a scheduling element like rehabbing from an injuries, a fulltime job, and so as playing a major league baseball. So I'm interested to see maybe this is the thing where you know he goes and rehabs his elbow in the morning than goes plays at night and and just never really feels the any ill effects from it. But I'm interested to see if there's any interaction because we know how -sition players come back from this kinda jury. We know how pitchers do, but it's he's only got the one body even though he fills two roles. Yeah, yet, John, you'll have to start a new tab on your spreadsheet for two way player. John. Typical recovery time? I say that. I wonder if there's got to be at least some college precedent for this, but I was thinking there's gonna be, you know, college certainly high school, but probably college as well. I mean, it's maybe a different done. Tommy John cases, I can think of cow Qantara word to a pliers Redon's injuries weren't to his elbow. McKay never had Tommy John. So I don't know what the if there's a college certainly major college pressing his, they'd be one of the places where they'd have resources to put him on a big league type recovery program. But at some to look to look into, I was just looking at Lucan bakers, baseball cube page. The closest thing to to tiny, we've seen at the college level, but at a muscle strain is a freshman and has not returned to the mound since. And it looks like the cardinals haven't put him back on the map, which was disappointing if you're listening out there and you happen to know an example and see how these things interacted, please let me know. Yeah, I, I don't know. That will be interesting to see. And I just, I hope I mean, if he comes back next year and we don't know exactly when he'll be able to come back because again, not really much precedent for this sort of thing, but if he's able to come back toward the start of the season because he'll be dating and I don't know, maybe he would play a position later in the year. I think apple said he'd have to get medical clearance to to do that because he'd have to be making throws. But even if he gets like a full d. h. season and if he's as good a hitter in that season, as he's been in this partial season, I just I hope that they stick with the two-way plan it because. It would be so easy to say. This guy is a superstar hitter. So why even shut off to keep them off the mound? Well, not to convince him to, I don't. I don't think you could set it. I don't think you could convince baseball ops or manager to keep them off the mound after shown what he's shown. I don't know. I mean, coming into this year, so many people thought will they're not going to risk him if they think he is an ace pitcher? Yeah, but that's when they thought he'd suck. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. And we know he's good at both and you would assume now, I mean, even if he reenters is UC l. he apparently hit home runs with seven injured elbow so he could finish the season have have another surgery, you know, late September and be back for most of the next year is at the h..

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"redon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"All right Joe west may show up may not show, up, that, is kind of the the norm huge Joe shows up Redon showpiece like these storms Goes this way or that way We'll just have to, wait. And see Michael Lancaster's here though, we'll we'll talk about his studio getting, ready to. Open out in beautiful mad rid we'll talk. About the art of his wife we'll talk. About Michael screenplays about his family maybe we'll even get to Joe west and, what he's up to. His well good to. See. You good to see you, Richard last time you were here you reminded. Me it was for studio tour, that's? Right. Out in turquoise trailer right right Madrid Serena's, right how did that. One go for us. It's. Always great let's do the, bigger picture here besides the rain you did. See storms coming in right that's. Right, Dr Dark dark dark. Skies. Like big. Rain Unseen the kind, we like, but not if Yeah. Yeah we like it. In doses right right you don't need anymore, flash floods, now, destroyed, a lot of property, bigger picture artist Turquoise trail Successful? Or, struggle no I think it's an area of great success. For. Artists good I think we're looking at canyon road forty, years ago When you, look at towns like Mandarin, and psoriasis now? Is, also changing you're seeing artists opening galleries and Anna town. Probably. Two or three hundred artists right in Mandarin and okay It's pretty president, yeah most of them are crazy, but you know that's. Fine That's Can get away with. It All right so. Canyon road forty years ago, is it because I mean you, have? To have the art. Right you. Have the art that's right you. Have to have good art you have to have marketable art to. Sell it to be successful So the the wide open spaces the, fact that it's affordable you can go out. There you can live in Madrid living Serena's and it's. Beautiful I mean it's got the same. Sky has. Got gorgeous guy big vistas big. Views all that good place, to live and and the lifestyle, which? I think there's a. Lifestyle of. Acceptance people go there and they. Feel they can be themselves that's a perfect combination for self expression Okay So people are truly our people truly are accepting in, in you, know it's like whatever you want to. Be that's fine with. Us that's. Right Very true, artist what's the cutoff line up to. Up to one point. Oh well Don't. Hurt other people don't physically. Attack threat on. Anybody. Right right don't need that crap don't take take. From others it's a community okay you'll live. Where I live right now in Madrid I've lived in Cerilles for, twenty six years I just sold my. Home. And in the. Selling of our home we decided to open our gallery? Colli, okay How's the real estate. Market Well there isn't any inventory so you can list something. And sell it like that Have to clean it up fellas now we cleaned up All right. So you moved in That's gotta find some artists you have a new studio, or you have, a new gallery I should say are you? Going to represent one good. Artist he can represent any artists we have about fourteen different artists about. A dozen. Or from New Mexico And they. Range from painters and sculptors too hot glass artists ceramics jewelers wearable art An outsider art k raw outsider art, what is that well an outsider is someone. Who is not educated in the arts so they didn't go to college. For art that's generally how you decide someone's an outsider in its most basic sense it might mean, someone's living in the back, woods and they started sculpting with old cans or something putting things together, or painting Primitives raw uneducated I mean. It's. Not, good yeah well folk are can. Be very, disciplined you know in this can, be a craft but it just means that someone who's putting together outsider art is. Not directly, influenced for, example, my wife Barbara Harnack is a graduate of Parsons, school? Of design right so she is certainly not, an. Outsider artists not although people think, of her paintings she's known, as a ceramicist but they look at her paintings and they think that it's very, raw, and outsider like because that's the. Way she paints she's very influenced, by Artists like, clearly? And Redoune and Marc Chagall okay primitive right, all. Right so windows open Goliath be, open Saturday we'll be open, all day but we open for our grand opening at four o'clock Saturday big doings, big party we have food and beverage. Music by Jim almond We expect. A. Lot, of. People to. Show up and celebrate our opening and. Really get to see what, we're about where is it it's on main street or, highway, fourteen, it's, the second. Business on the left as you're heading south okay Second business in the left. So you get first Pickens first dibs from Santa Fe I. Guess All right four o'clock till seven o'clock, on Saturday Eliasi Is opening up fourteen artists Total representing including, your wife including? Barbara, Harn including your daughter no my daughter's. Not showing their, your daughter she lives here, Sarah's lives in Santa. Fe doing her own thing parents Okay give, each other space yeah. Exactly All right so that's happening music, food all. Of that good time fly appease open go be part of a grand opening of a brand new. Brand new gallery in Magid New Mexico if you don't know about magic that it's a wonderful place been, around forever and ever ever coal mines and all of that has a great history and. A lot. Of great people still there all right. So then you have a film festival the theater of death. Is presenting the first annual film festival I think. It's. Called the Mavericks short? Film, festival Okay and there are amateurs and professionals people some people. Are actually making decent films on handhelds meaning a good Cam are good iphone for example okay there are people working with real filmmakers so you've got a whole broad group of, people in this film festival okay and that's both Friday. And Saturday. Night where's that take place that's. At the, engine house theater at the. Mineshaft tavern right next to the, mine Chevy. Better known as the theater of death that's that's west Joe with comes on right because he does. A theater that's right it brings in all kinds of people from Santa Fe all kinds of people from, out in the gals day obeys what kinds of weirdos to come in and be characters. In the. Theater of the good kind of where. Of course just the best kind of weird all the best. Weirdo all right so that takes place on Friday And Saturday's like tomorrow night and Saturday there's still come out on Saturday to the, opening four to seven and take in a film fest. That's right. The first annual maverick film festival You can find. All that. If theater of death dot org All, right so big. Doings it is big doings big openings yeah magic coming along Yeah Finally, well trying to pull its. Weight it's been coming along for quite a. While I know it has been around for all right back with Michael. Lancaster talk more about, Kalliopi, maybe, a little bit more about. The theater of death first annual film festival What if you want to call in and participate you want. To call in and Tell us anything we're missing Y'all's. Day obeys.

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"redon" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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Google Maps is getting augmented reality directions and recommendation features

Daily Tech News Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Google Maps is getting augmented reality directions and recommendation features

"Yes they also use that phrasing and google news will feature recommendations on google maps trending listings other new stuff to help you discover new places in your neighborhood google maps while the new score called your match to find you places you might like based on your preferences shortlist is a feature that lets friends vote on options so if you're like where should we eat you can all use google maps to coordinate that's coming to us and android versions google maps this summer and soon you can get updates from small businesses and book appointments and make orders from within google map so make it maps more about just not more than about just navigation a little bit more of like a four square swarm integration into google maps if you're already in there is this something you guys see yourself using because i definitely do this is stuff where i've been using google maps kind of in a work around for and wish it could do this kind of things not so much the group planning part but the like you know understand what i'm looking for let me know when there's new stuff around that i might be interested in it's again some gesture yeah i think i like that i'm also very impressed by the the it's a bit of t two redon to photos and satellite imagery to populated it's data database that is really impressive again bill will now combine ai with street view on google maps so labels directions and locations will show up on the screen if you need walking directions you could just hold it up and it'll show you the senior looking at and say oh you'll wanna turn right right up there also google lens is gonna use image and object recognition to identify stuff in your photos things like landmarks our food starting next week google lens will be integrated into the camera app of all google pixel devices as well as the l g g seven and a few other android phones lens can also recognize words in a picture to allow copy and paste from the real world.

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"redon" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on WBEN

"Hundred two eight two two wave eight two the email address elrushbo eib net dot u s before we delve deep here into this youth voter verses elderly voter differences and trump thing there's a lot of stuff here folks i'm going to set aside to do this when i kinda cook my own goes when i alluded to it as something upcoming people want to delve into it now so we will are you aware of the latest attempt by the drive my drive bys to portray donald trump as vacant stupid gum an empty minded because his desk doesn't have anything on it don't switch yet this get ready amorphous which are redon's switch it yet now this is a second time they've done this i forget how long ago it was but the drive bys ran a story with a photo of trump's very cluttered desk and the story is that a company that photo said and these were these were uh emotional psychiatric experts and behavioral experts telling the drive bys and the clutter desk is a disorganized cluttered mind and this is a danger to have somebody that appears this hap has erred and this disorganized opd and not knowing where anything years and the mess getting bigger and bigger it is a perfect metaphor for donald trump's brain in general and we are all in grave danger and posed a grave threat by trump's obviously over taxed mind now that was some weeks maybe months ago yesterday the drive bys published a story of trump sitting at the oval office desk wearing a make america great cap and a white paulo golf shirt and there's nothing on the desk in the story is accompanying this picture say that trump is dangerously empty his mind is vacant any obviously doesn't do any work there isn't anything on his desk the guy's a putz the guy doesn't know what he's doing and the evidence is.

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"redon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Debut is expressed by the host of this programme documented to be almost always right ninety nine point eight percent of the time telephone number of you want to be what is eight hundred two eight two two wave eight two the email address elrushbo eib net died us before we delve deep pierre into this youth voter verses elderly voter differences on trump thing there's a lot of stuff here fox i'm going to set aside the do this but i kinda cook my own goose when i alluded to it as something upcoming people want to delve into it now so we will are you aware of the latest attempt by the drive my drive bys to portray donald trump as vacant stupid dumb an empty minded because his desk doesn't have anything on it don't switch yet is get ready amorphous which are redon's switch it yet now this is a second time they've done this i forget how long ago it was but the drive bys ran a story with a photo of trump's very cluttered desk and the story is that a company that photo said and these were these were uh emotional psychiatric experts uh and behavioral experts tell the drive bys and the clutter desk as a disorganized cluttered maligned and this was a danger to have somebody that appears this haphazard and this disorganized opd and not knowing where anything years and the messed it's getting bigger and bigger it is a perfect metaphor for donald trump's brain in general and we are all in grave danger and posed a grave threat by trump's obviously over ver taxed mind now that was some weeks be months ago yesterday the drive bys published a story of trump sitting at the oval office desk wearing a make america great cap and a white paulo golf shirt and there's nothing on the desk and this story is accompanying this picture say that trump is dangerously m deep his mind is vacant and.

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"redon" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"redon" Discussed on FanBros

"Maybe we go soviets tuesday night eight pm but you know before we get to that like we said this the last sort of year and we will be talking about you know the best of the year on awards show but one that is probably gonna be in best of the year is you know little movie little independent movie heard about you know the optus regan independent files small studio put it out you know they don't do much she no gis law become movie they may finally moves to arm he he there the damn sharing dancer no more riot but via the last jet i saw it was last july uh all little boy i i well they started beginning list often beginning a a logical beginning or just overall w what did you think of the movie imagine what you think of that i mean good bad amazing terrible chat what did you think to me like a couple of attitude and we could get into it occurred or the first time i saw it i've seen her twice already now first masada walked out like you know i had a larry dave redon's on in the end we give light uh and then i would agree and i woke up in israel's it okay those but then the second i am a thought i was like water shooters fire a loved this movie this regrettable okay so you so your your perception change after a second meeting okay yes what am i cheekily ah so i actually loved it and i thought it did everything right that um i was disappointed with that of in in the the force awakens and my one huge complaint from rogue one had been the lack of the john williams star wars music and that was it was all up in snow yeah this was actually why by a considerable distance might my favorite of the three modern ones and numb i mean i hate the whole like oh you know but yeah kind of i have to say this was the best one since empire bite um i thought it ha i thought out a lot i thought it was way more intense and like emotional than i thought it was going to be but then you know the second one in the trilogy empire was that way.

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"redon" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Another gonna talk about before we discuss this closing run for the sunset was tj wardi he got his first field goal i think just right at the beginning of the third quarter finished with twenty points seven at twelve from the field in 25 minutes it and we got asks that are mill bagger who thoughts on the great cutters where it i should have mentioned warren actually he he definitely is always looking for chances to cut because he loves to get in and finish and then the nets actually closed the scheme with rhonda hollis jefferson of all people at center jared alan without quincy isi was out trevor booker near didn't play that well in this one and the son's don't have a center that you're that scared of so they figured it will start rod day dayan and demar carol and the southerly bid the pay the offensive glass in warren was one of those guys and i think as the league gets smaller wing players who now are playing at the four even the three who can crash in an be athletically with force and get on the offense glasses especially leading games there are chances for them to do that and warren was outstanding in that really a too offense of redon's late and put back to one of our he still remain just an unbelievable finish or one of them he sort in landed basically with his feet nearly touching the baseline like right under the basket and somehow contorted his body and just shot like the a beautiful lay up to get back in front of the court is relieves is a fantastic shot i just i look watching him finish that at the river is probably why maybe i overrated him a little bit uh because he just has that greece skill not sure whether he's going to be that great of a score you know to where he could really be sworn in as the ball in his hands and a good team but as a guy who just kind of manufacturers of points for you needs to be guarded teams deeds scoring and they need scoring for guys don't he plays run for them and that's what warren can provide i'm not sure exactly where you want to start with rundown but one place to do it would be that with about.

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"redon" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Science for the People

"The with it they just carry their decimates is much faster as so maybe three times faster redon so pretty soon once they reach that that threshold early start transporting set ten running the konica's move very rapidly to the chosen site and the the really important role we discovered is that they an an individual makes the decision to switch to transport based on a quarrel so visually she's monitoring albany ass have already arrived at the site she's recruiting ju at once it has a threshold that's when she dust switch and that's very important for their goal and mega collected choice of because that's once that happens at one site and it's probably going to be the better side were abbas first then really rapidly the whole colleges mood there and that therefore makes it less likely the cali led like undesirable outcome like ceo of the colony splits you might imagine a case where uniform at two sites the colonies sb transport of the two sites collier split that's bad news but the way they do it makes that less likely so if the tandem running is it only ever weina and following one leader ants it is all those always only one sometimes you see a a a little gang asked will evolve over the leader but it's hard for more than once a uh all attach serbs easily the extra ones low we'll lost losted and fall off so it's rare to have a warmer weather get wet all away to the new gas cylinders must be less efficient than just playing down a fair amount trail it looks remarkably it officially washed those all the freshman loss as you head off again lost in the past wind the and you know it looks like a very inefficient waves you a child what it abominable kejjo a sledge rail we think there's good reasons why they they they used this inefficient method of one of them is.

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"redon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic on the threes we are looking at an accident right now westbound of the mass pike just west of exit seventeen that's causing just a minor delay watch out ford it's off to the side let uh emergency crews do what they need to do and then watch out for us some debris in the road eastbound and westbound work rules in the allston area causing some delays getting off the mass pike at daggs eighteen heading towards cambridge and all send you won't be able to that ramp is closed down for overnight work watch for detours we still have some heavy delays on route one heading southbound we've got that road closed down at lindstrom redon revere and that's back and things up traffic is being detoured off at linz street and watch for detours that'll get you around there we are still seeing some work crews trying to break coming up route three heading on to the end of route ninety three at the braintree merge we do have some work crews going on there the gurney gone to replace some bridgedeck structure there the course of this overnight that will continue until monday in expect delays there throughout outside of the city we do a little bit of work ruin the mass pike any westbound in the framing ham mary route ninety five heading southbound in wellesley crossing route nine another work minor delay also causing some money delays on route nine eastbound westbound i'm jack hark wbz 24hour traffic network here's the fourday wbz accuweather forecast overnight it'll be breezy with plenty of clouds rabih a couple of showers in a touch of drizzle fog may also form temperatures will hold nearly steady bear in mind this weekend with all the tropical activity in the atlantic there will still be some rupp serves wrong rip currence and minor coastal flooding.

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"redon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on WJR 760

"The nursing home patients were allowed to slip into critical condition when help was so close by we mobilize at least fifty to one hundred of our employees that left the hospital ran down the street all of these bases out of the facility an image for the big as hollywood maher josh levy said it's inexcusable for the nursing home residents to have been in those conditions the main airconditioning units for this facility that would take care of all the second floor apparently were out of commission police launched a criminal investigation steve kastenbaum in hollywood florida and this evening in the florida keys where erma first came ashore correspondent leong alannah says the cleanup is just getting started at days after the hurricane i made landfall search and rescue teams are still conducting doortodoor checks in the hardest hit areas resources are running low for many that chose to ride out the storm there's no gas there's no water to stay away for about you each other's attempt to clean up the mess and of course has a lot of its luck to i mean tornadoes had a lot to do a lot of the damage you can see word tornadoes just came to him ripped toy redon of according to fema ninety percent of the homes in the florida keys are damaged or destroyed on the same day that republicans are rolling out a new effort to repeal and replace obamacare vermont independent senator bernie sanders offering his own proposal the american people wanna know what we're going to do to fix a dysfunctional healthcare system lim which cost us twice as much for person is any other country and yet leaves twenty eight million people uninsured and even more underinsured the white house response here's sarah huckabee sanders not only does the president not supported that america doesn't supported or bernie sanders would be sitting in the oval office right now he pushed these ideas forward during the campaign they were rejected not just by miracle the democrats he didn't make it through the primary he didn't make it into the oval i think that's a pretty clear indication of what america wants to see and it's not a single payer system the 16th person has been charged in the makombe county corruption investigation wjr's ken rogulski ripple a federal grand jury has indicted fifty six year old fizuli com the owner of an engineering company based in troy with four counts of bribing public officials in washington township according to the indictment con bribed officials with eleven thousand dollars cash fishing trips.

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"redon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And the dow hit twenty two thousand this week for the ferry verse the very first time but some experts are urging caution we should look at only us saddle numbers we should look at the whole economy and in fact how the whole the world's economy is doing so one set of statistics or one sector as statistics are not good enough investors should do versa fi and look at the whole picture that's dr devereux mu amen and associate dean in western michigan universities hayworth college of business wwl news time now a twelve a vj day ceremony honoring world war two veterans today at white chapel memorial cemetery in troy cemetery vice president david crawl says that there are three hundred twenty two soldiers and sailors who were killed during world war two or have passed away since who are buried in a memorial area respectfully called for freedom the world would be a or or the women who work who were pretoria because the german curiel very dark world redon curve work through hero victorious crawl says why chapel memorial cemetery considers it a duty and an honor to remember all world war two veterans especially those buried in the troy cemetery walker is finishing a sixty mile trek through several michigan communities today all to benefit to susan g komen foundation and breast cancer research ohio native marion isaac says that she's been taking part in the threeday walk for almost a decade ten years ago my cousin walk for my an an apec come what that we're going to do this every year and so i am on its author survivor so unlike sure i'll walk where my mouth and my aunt at eight backed out at nate that i bet holding true and i very eight year the event raised more than twenty three hundred dollars w w j news time now eight fourteen we'll check sports next cbs thursday.

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"redon" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"redon" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"Got break down for me out and i go everywhere i go bre it emits coupprone have hey of friends and family data stopped her skin when you have got to fucking stopped you know when i'm out on this you guys listen to this listen the showtime thing you have got to stop that goes for anyone friend the film has when number you've got to stop jeanniot man it's jarred me nuts what so this one guy last night nominate your colleague how powerful guy guys would know him runs a big company cambodia's our showtime thing man i got some questions i was late i just got there too and i'm tired going to show support for drama yeah and he is yeah alexander's carnegie dummy and i just go do you do you have any knowledge on fighting at all and here's did some boxing whereas a kid so yeah oh that are qualifies you let's talk yeah we're on the same let stockman youngsters willem dealing with rain now men jesulin view so now like when people ask like oh oakland you will do uh genome any much about boxing or mixed martial arts at all like do you have any sort of idea what you're talking about otherwise this is a complete waste of my breath dynamic energy it took a literally a waste man and like this moross why on the plan turned on espn i see all this other stuff and it's such a shitty showman i'm redon's bjarte door and and bigger this mainstream media the they're so off in the the motivate motivated by negatively and stinking this fight is a mockery and not a real fight and they couldn't be more wrong the guys like skip bayless who are just doing it to to get make the headlines in you know qatar this kind of md now i i give he did the same thing tibo an osce producer doesn't want to say and what to do let's all bullshit all that is fake and and then the mainstream specially in the one i was watching.

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