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Former Boston Red Sox star Ortiz on Pedroia: 'It wasn't about size, it was about balls'
"I simply want to point out to you. Sort of a time in sports history. Okay i'm gonna give you the quote from that time because when you think about the people involved in the quote i'm going to read to you. This seems like a lifetime ago. In terms of how baseball mattered in this country now the quote is only from david ortiz about pedroia but this seems like a different time in america. When you think about what the red sox have become and how different baseball is than it was then and baseball. Doesn't even have a david t somebody with the star power in connection to a city in big moments baseball. Where's that for baseball right now. In terms of you know the america falling in love with a baseball story because it's in the post season maybe kershaw. La maybe so. Yeah so david. Ortiz comes from boston strong. You know bleep. with our city. He was a sort of feels like an icon from a different time and he played with pedroia and here is what he says about pedroia and this is the quote this is basically exactly how david ortiz would say but it feels it feels so from a different time to me stugotz that it feels like the black and white days when people would go to baseball games suits and old timey hats and it wasn't that long ago it was just a few years ago but here's david ortiz. About pedroia quote. He showed he showed the whole planet. It wasn't about height. It was about ball's if i had to pick one player to pay to watch it was dustin pedroia. It's just bobby bobby. You're laying on syrupy thick with your lovable. Hispanic and the gap toothed smile. You've just given the pr machine what it wants. Put draw a more popular in boss. I've read some reports that he was more popular more better q. Rating than riana not surprising droids in the american saint in boston
"riana" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Talking about mill. Say like you mean seventy eight percent. And i knew exactly. Wow that's alley. And i'll be like seventy percent one in that one. I have never heard anybody doing that. That's so cool. And then you have been a lecturer or guest lecture at couple awesome universities. What tipper advice do you have for somebody who does get the opportunity to be a lecture at whether it's they're all mater or a different university but just to go back into the classroom and the teacher side of things. Yeah there's there's a couple of cool subsidized by newsletters in. I'm continually working on this. But the best part of Think most important part of being lecturers being a good storyteller. I and we always can develop those skills in south. Think about your story as much possible. That's what kids want to hear. We don't emphasize enough. Like real life. Things so i think students have been most excited when i like to sit down and tell them the real deal in not just like a sort of a class. Abyss that boris. The heck out of them around the ins and outs in the road. Lex something that inspires you to get more than a seventy eight percent on your next test. Nattily airman here the who go. Well ron thank you so much really appreciate your time and your stories and percentages and all sorts of sweet things. But thank you so much for coming on. Where's the best place for people to connect with you and To learn more about journey foods. Yeah this has been super fun. I love your questions today. Max happy. I can join all my handles at riana. Land at our ally in in In at journey foods. I l Foods you can connect with us link. Thin twitter instagram for me. In the company you can also journey food. I o dot com to sign up for our newsletter. We like to send out two versions for like industry folks in general followers to learn about our news in other cool things that won't bore you So hopefully get some sign ups here. Thanks so much again. max enjoyed it. Yeah of course. Well thank you so much lasting here. Final thoughts stages years. It could be a quote a line. Whatever you want senate off here twenty. Twenty twenty-nine is going to be better. We're gonna get to some concerts. Stay kind now all right all right all right. Thank you for coming on the podcast sharing your story sharing your tips your lessons and thank you while listeners. For tuning into another episode. If you want to hear more wild stories like this one make sure to subscribe to the wild business growth. Podcast on your favorite app and telephone about the podcast. You can also find us on good pots and for any help with podcast production you can learn more at max podcasting dot com until next time. Let your business run wild goes..
Fat Mascaras Annual Naughty & Nice List
"All right. We're going to kick it off with a little naughty. Okay who's been naughty this year jess so my on the top of mind audie list are all the agents. The hollywood agents were telling their celebrity clients. Right now you know what i see for you. Doll and twenty twenty to your face on a cosmetics line. You need a skin care line. Almost saying the world needs it. But i think we're good for now. It really has been a year of celebrity line. Launches hasn't it yes. I've got a list of someone's that i don't know if they've all launched this year but here are some names you've talked about in the podcast this year ready ready lady gaga letting gaga. I mean we just talked about her last week as you know her. She trademark for skincare. Line that she has. I know house of gaga makeup line. Jennifer lopez is launching her line at the beginning of twenty twenty one riana fendi fifty skin Just launched for rail launches getting caroline alicia keys launched a last so clare which is like a whole skin-care but it's even bigger than skin care. It's a whole beauty nettle health. Line carmen electra. Into that one. We didn't even talk about her yet. To raji p. Henson has a haircare line. Selena gomez has a makeup line and yet. Does you doing skin to. It's not yet operative word serena williams is into hair care right or no no cisco son care. Spf member eleven. Yeah eleven right lauren. Conrad we had on the show. She is doing makeup end. Skin-care kristen bell she come out with a line or best friend. Kristen who we will fight to the death if you say anything bad about her so i don't have any problem with any of these individuals by any means. Were really well done. I liked a lot of products from a lot of those lines. Yes so we're not you know. I don't wanna hear like wait a second. You guys had these people on the show you promote them. What are you saying. You're talking to both sides your mouth. That's not it it's just. There's a saturation of celebrity. Like beauty. lions right now. I'm not sure how many more we need at like. I'm not sure how. But we definitely don't me. I don't know how many more the world needs. And i'm not really sure what. Us ps unique selling points. There are if we have too many more celebrity cardi right now through zeta-jones with her mar inducing video. Yes with her eyeliner. Like i just. I'm just not really sure how much more we can add to the conversation right now before it becomes like a parody. Do you remember all the fragrance lines came out like the end of the two thousands. It was like every celebrity became drink. Eventually yeah yeah i just. i'm nervous. Were getting to that point. Yeah i i. I agree with you and i think in general i found my job as somebody. Who's a beauty journalist. Who wants to try things and bring you the best. I found it really hard this year. There was just too damn much. Yeah so naughty naughty to the faceless agency i like it or blaming agents. It's true because those people get money out of it to all right Minority was my naughty mask. Ni twenty twenty two biggest off twenty twenty mask asked matthey okay so you guys know what that is that we didn't it didn't even this existed. We have the name. we had hormonal acne. Which often shows up on the lower half of the face. This is different. I got pimples this year in my mustache area. that's not hormone acne. That's mask me. Get this the american academy of dermatology published research papers. An eighty three percent of healthcare workers in china suffered skin problems on their face this year. Because everybody's walking around in a pp's which great a warm moist environments will logged pours. Acne and i'm just going to add onto acne naughty enough. it's not just acne. I was doing some more research on this and basically what the mass does. It just creates an inclusive environment the same way like your pimple patch does when you're healing pit bull that's good in some cases but not when you're using active ingredients so hey guys out there if you don't have mask knee. Heavy notions really read or the sides. Of your mouth cracking. Maybe he's a retinoid. It's more effective under that hot moist -clusive environment so like you gotta you gotta like pare back on all the active stuff.
Emily in Paris Is Apparently Supposed to Rhyme, and Twitter Was Not Ready
"Emily in pairs so of course the summer. Everybody's been watching and tweeting about it. But according to netflix's we are all saying. The show's name wrong okay. Netflix exposed this tweet yesterday. Writing friendly reminder that inland pairs is supposed to be pronounced with a french accent. So emily and paris rhymes. So it's actually emily and there's no first of all. Don't take my money. Am i streams and then coming. Correct me when i was like. Oh my god. It's actually tiger but you go into the bank every week and saying chrissy teigen checks for years riano was okay when the grammy's announced riana now you wanna give us. You really fell in a white man. I met what's next. i like. He was like. What can i come up with. That could let out a little frenchaccent on. I agree i agree. It's ridiculous it's like an also it's like friendly reminder as the personnel there was no reminder. You didn't tell us in the first place were you know he. S yeah. there's a lot of time to correct everybody and quite frankly just be happy. People are watching. You know what. I mean coming back more on an steam like mean everybody changing. They stuff right now. You know like leaving the way it is now. That's what we call. It was recently just renewed for a second season. So do you think with this new season. That's why they're trying to get in front of it with the hopes that people will say it the right way now now. This is really reach and i hear it. Yeah i go to paris. I enjoy paris. Yeah yeah pretentious. Petty ridiculous a little ridiculous like no one really says that no. I just don't feel right right. Well we're gonna keep it the same. And i think everybody at home too but you know thanks for letting us know. Netflix
Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death
"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo.
Rihanna says she still loves Chris Brown, have 'a very close friendship'
"Today Daily Property Yana reveals she still loves Chris. Brown. Well, at least she did back in two thousand twelve oprah just reposted an interview to her super soul conversations podcast Arianna Open Dabbagh. Chris and whether she could forgive him, here's what she said. We've been working on our friendship began. Now we're very, very close friends. With built a trust again unless it like we love each other and probably always will an. Anything that we're going to try to team not something you can shut off if you've ever been in love You're seeing each other again. He's in a relationship of his own. I'm single. Do you think Chris Brown is a true love for you? Absolutely. I think he was the love of my life. He was the first love. And I see that he loved me the same way. A lot of people thought that it was unforgivable. Have you forgiven him? I have forgiven him. Wow. So this was a very serious and shocking interview. Do you think Riana still feels this way again, hundred mine the audience this isn't old interview that just got reposted. Here's the thing. And I said this in two, thousand twelve and I'm GonNa say it again in twenty twenty. For Riana I, feel like she never really got the closure she deserved in this situation. And anytime, there is three hundred and fifty million people influencing your decision you are going to go with what you think people want to see. So I truly believe had those photos not come out had we all known it? She probably would have went back into that relationship and then realized that it wasn't for her and then left but she never got that chance because everybody was in the business again I would not have told her to go back but I know some people do. And I know that's why a lot of relationships lingers because people never get that closure people feel like they never ever got that chance to say, Hey, I'm done I've grown out of this and I can't be a part of this. It's almost like she feels forced out of the relationship based on other people's opinions and everybody weighing in you know word on the street and this is super inside information. This I'm not even sure if this is correct, but there has been talks for years that this is obvious and it might have even been printed. So I don't know if I'm like dropping a bomb, but they've gotten into several altercations, physical altercations in the past where they were both. Physical towards each other right exact. Anyway. So there was a lot of speculation about that behind the scenes, kind of more under the radar for years that had been going on between them. Unfortunately, this incident did catch wind of the media and the public, and there were the photos that were leaked, which were absolutely horrific should have never happened so I do feel like you know that altercation happened when she was very much in love with somebody things got very out of hand and they were not okay H. and never get to that point. But then the entire world jumped in and was like you cannot love this man you need to leave. It was like, Whoa Whoa WHOA WHOA WHOA so it's kind of like one. J. Lo had to leave diddy when that whole court case was going on you know what I mean. It was just not good for her image she had to separate herself. So I feel like this does not surprise me at all that her feelings still linger. Of course, it was her first love they were like you feel that magnetic chemistry between them and then do you remember she did this interview and then she pop back up I was doing daily pop has more in the beginning and they had the the photo of them are in front of the car. You know what I'm talking about I was trying to forget that right now. I was trying to prevent it. They kindled for periods of time. Don't forget the birthday cake remix to when she came out with the song everybody say yes and then the remix came and it was him on the remix and she didn't want anybody. So it was like Oh. Maybe they're getting back together. Yeah Ain't nobody's business you remember that song. I know I it's such a complicated relationship with the pan. The band ain't got pulled off before she was ready to process it as remember in this interview, she goes on to talk about how it was. Really. took her long time to really realize where where she falls in like what love is supposed to look like because of her relationship with her father and she openly talked about how her father was used to her mother and so those when you grow up in that kind of situation, it's deeper than just. It's it's learning what love's supposed to look like learning love is and she was very young when this happened and as you guys said, it just took time to process all that I. Don't think that Riana still wants to be with Chris Brown in any way that ship has sailed I just think then there's like this love of while we never got to end it how we wanted to I never got that closure. It took me years to process how I even felt in that moment. I decided. No I feel like she wants to go back I feel like she wants to do it again but she knows that people are going to talk so much smack about her. If she goes back down people get week we're that bag I can't believe she did it I'm telling you. About. Why Since then I don't think. So yeah, why do you think the real quick Oprah's been reposting some of our old interviews, but she did not put a disclaimer like this is old this is from two thousand twelve. Do you think is kind of annoyed that this came out again? I don't think so I think when you go on Oprah, it's never easy conversation I. mean you had cookie Johnson talking about her husband's HIV status. You've had Whitney talked about her drug addictions Whitney Mother's talking about Sexuality Oprah is the place where you're going to go and have that hard conversation and once you say it, it's GonNa live on forever. So no, it's old t for sure but it's Oprah's status bill she pave.
Simone Biles Makes 'Vogue' Cover Debut
"Move on. Let's talk next. About Simone biles on the cover of Vogue. this is the August issue I believe crowd, yes, correct, and it was timed up for the Olympics which did not happen as you probably are not going to happen as you're likely aware. Yes, I wanted to talk to you about this just for a couple reasons. I was like pretty moved by the story and I just WanNa say so that their profile was written by Abby Aguirre. Who I believe is the same writer who the world, and also we gave a bit of a hard time to you. Because Riana surprised her with her interview a few months back, and we weren't super prepared for. She wasn't super prepared for it, and there was a little pushback there I she was prepared for this and I. This is A. I found like a moving piece. And some of it is the timing there. The reporting begins in March, and it is before lockdown has started for covid nineteen, and before the Olympics have been canceled, and so she's watching Simone biles. Who is the greatest gymnast of all time like? Asked process the this like major personal setback that Olympics what she's been training for. You know Simone biles twenty three years old, and which is on the older side for gymnasts, which is mad Jim. That brass unforgiving. An unforgiving sport in a lot of ways and so having the Olympics post be postponed a year. In addition to you know the training schedule because it her level. There's a level of optimization that we can't even begin to understand but. That has serious consequences for her and her ability to compete, so she's wrestling with all of that. And on top of that if I If you've been following gymnastics at all, then you are aware of just the absolutely horrific crimes committed by Larry Nassar, the former USA gymnastics doctor, who is now serving up to one hundred seventy five years for the sexual abuse, gymnasts and Simone. BYLES has spoken out about being survivor of his abuse and continues to be just a incredibly outspoken. Advocate she isn't an advocate, but she is really trying to hold USA gymnastics accountable, because it is obviously like a much larger problem in organization, and she is doing that while at the same time trying to be the world's top gymnasts. Yeah, it's like so unfair that she has to hold them accountable while also being the best like, can't she just be the best i? It's like it's like yeah, and there is and the. The piece does a great job of putting about all in context, but there is one line which is Simone. Biles is explaining her reaction to the postponement of the Olympics, and she talks about it for all of the athletic and physical and reasons that I just described, but she also goes another year of dealing with USA gymnastics I don't know if I can do it, and because of everything that she's been through and I. was really moved by that and by the whole story, and I mean she's obviously just inspirational and tremendous success. So I. Recommend reading it I think it is exciting that she is on the cover of vogue, because vogue as we know has historically I'm not been representative especially of. A black people and it's pages, and certainly behind the pages as well and so it's great to see on the cover. There has been kind of a side conversation about the photographs. Were taken by any bits and quite frankly are just not great. They are not the standard that they should be for someone on the cover of Ogan ally. The problem is because it does not appear that they are. Let for a black woman they. Don't have the technology and this is a continuing. This has been a long problem in TV and movies, which is just that? Many of the photographers and camera, people and lighting technicians just have not learned how to light for people of Color. And? It's a long term problem, but I think. You know if you're gonNA put smiles on. The cover faded out. Learn like earn it doesn't it doesn't matter just learn how to do figure something out and. You know there's there's another question of. Should any of yeah as I say like? The photographer look I understand she's famous, and like maybe in some ways that gives the story some attention that maybe it wouldn't get but like how about putting some literally putting Simone biles in the best possible. Yes, exactly exactly and if you're going to have an elite, do it then. Make sure. She learned how to do it.
How to Go Braless
"But, then she found boob love in a hopeless place by the mid two thousand ten's. Riana was already becoming iconic for her bra fashion statements, so when photos of her nip slips started, popping up on shares tumbler feed. She titillated so I was like this is so cool that this. Singer, she's so punk that she's not wearing a bra. That is so pumped to me I'm going to do the same. And I was going to performing arts school at the time the Brit School. So that was a school where individualism was definitely appreciated and encouraged, so I didn't have that fear of what if I get laughed at because it was a performing arts school, so you'd expect to find all kinds of characters in an environment like that, and even though I mean I never came across anybody who will come to me and be like why not wearing a Bra? But it was something where I definitely used that time to build my confidence, because walking into a canteen, full of boys and girls who have their own opinions of viewing opinions of everyone else. It really will make you forcefully build character. If you choose to do something that's quite nonconformist like not wearing a bra. Yeah? I mean I can. Especially the the first few times you did that. Were you nervous at all? Like? How are you feeling? Are you just like visit me? And deal with it. I didn't think much of it. Because I saw I saw the almost like it was like an old to the ninety s like Jimbo. Those old pictures of Jennifer Aniston in the nineteen when she was filming the first few runs, a friends, and she's not wearing raw, and it's like those of images. What what I was looking at I, kind of curated my social feed in such a way. That I was seeing images of women who went wearing a Bra. If they're outfit so for me. It was like I'm not the first ever person to do this, so it's not like I'm doing something that's. So shock horror. The feeling of choosing to not abroad was fun because it felt like a fashion statement for me, and also it was like it almost made me feel like a little bit made me feel Elizabeth more sexy equivalent. Of wearing a push up bra? Ironically, it's like not wearing a bra and having your Nipples of showing for your outfit Lou bit. In a way for me, critics the same. Impact might be to create if I were to put on a push up Bra cleavage. It's still the same concept of the something on my chest. I know you WANNA. Look at.
"riana" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
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"riana" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"And then we also look at existing supply chain data. and. integrations from sap and Oracle Microsoft and our customers are asking us to develop. workflows in personas that could help them improve their existing brought up. Their existing product lines are create alternatives. To what they already have in the market. And, so we're able to look at. A, nutrition goals. Costs Goals and supply chain sustainability goals and give them new formulations. have been saving them a lot of time on trials. On the manufacturing side in also hope them under and in or I'm sorry save and drive a lot more value in impact on their overhead and how they? Use their their. Their internal team members. Why certainly think. Modern CG. Could be a lot more modernized application of technology. I think you're right in that lake. It's one of those industries. Where I think people have been doing things for the same way for a long time so I. I'm excited about what you're. Software can ultimately do I do want to turn the conversation. We're sitting here on. Friday, it's June eighteenth It's an important day you know we've. We've been over the past month been watching and witnessing a moment in time in the United States that is I think historic, and so I. I've been reading some of the essays you've been you've been putting on your blog. I actually asked And you were gracious enough to let us republish. One of them where you're talking about this intersection. Of Food and race. Food Innovation Race so I. Think it's I. I'd want to ask you to talk about that. And what's a starting point could be where you talked about this idea of food deserts in their of Chicago. And I think he started interest ultimately how technology can maybe help us? maybe bridge some of these systemic issues maybe remedy somebody systemic issues around. Racial inequity around food. Can you talk a bit about that? Yeah there's so many areas the diamond here. Are Race in. Our series Scott food injustice in by the way we we've had such a great response to coming up with more themed dive into a theme. Every month in our next month is going to be on economics, food, and and Muslim or on the in a rural. but these are things that touch me pretty pretty closely. Our team members and so when we think about food deserts. When I I lived in one when I was living by University of Chicago. I..
"riana" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"Essentially becoming the food scientists in food technologist on the manufacturing side. Offer these companies of all sizes. I talk about who we really focused on in terms of our target customer next, but we really tried to figure out if we replace some of those people with with a data experience so that we can save companies tremendous amount of time and money making products. More healthy more sustainable at a very cost efficient. Is it because. Traditional CPG workflows and development processes is. Somewhat antiquated somewhat disconnected. That, ultimately repeating. In in the form of like ultra food, that's not very inspired, so are you basically in some ways digitizing and creating? Kind of a more cohesive digital backflow through the form of software that ultimately is going to help them. Modernize what they're doing, maybe make make better products. Exactly I and you know our focus is. Improving those workflows by also creating. A. A data experience in getting an aggregating enough data that really turns into A. Warehouse that. That essentially. When we think about it in in one of the biggest town does that came up early in building out the company? We got a lot of pushback from like food. Scientists that have been. Around for decades right and they're like you can't do that with test kitchen, or you can't do that without Xyz knowledge and I just think to myself well, I think a lot of people are starting to trust. In the creation of Pharmaceuticals and in like scanning for breast cancer. Why can't we make a better? Like. Alternative sweetener or protein bar or take nugget with. Plant based now game with the some of the same processes in the dollar Jeez. And so let's. And I do want to have a conversation about race and Petek because I. Think it's important, but forget that I want asked specifically around the eye component of your product. When you say what does that mean because I. Think it's a term that a lot of people use. But how are you using it to help? People do their job better within your product. Yes I, so for us. We sort of look to two areas of barriers for companies today in that surround one. Regulatory Environment. Right so a lot of information whether it come down from FDA or regionally from country to country. Is translated through a more qualitative Policies and so we turn that into a more quantitative metrics that help us have customers recommendations on how they could reformulate. Or built their ingredient portfolios. Whether they have products in the market now or whether they're trying to create new products, and so it's really largely. A recommendation engine based on. Several entry points in and design needs for our customers..
Rihanna and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donate $15m toward mental health services via her nonprofit
"Riana is continuing to reach out to those in need through her foundation the Clara Lionel foundation announced a fifteen million dollar donation in collaboration with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to several organizations dedicated to mental health services food security and income loss to people in Newark and Chicago the donation is part of Dorsey's hash tag start small initiative
Louisville passes ban on no-knock warrants called "Breonna's Law"
"Now in a response to the death Riana Taylor who was shot and killed in a botched no knock warrants in March where police had the wrong address the Louisville metro council unanimously approving a ban on no knock warrants the mayor Greg Fischer signed into law Friday are the rallying cry this movement has been say her name it is with profound sense of hope that I not sign this legislation which writes Brianna Taylor's name into the law into the history of this city and this country forever be honest law bans no knock warrants in the city of Louisville and also through Jefford throughout Jefferson
"riana" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Like the singer. Very Ana the singer it see no matter how many times I try to get this right. I can't in most people butcher. The last name not diverse name. See Now the last name Milne I can get like a right off the bat I issues I knew it right off. The Bat owns out. But I'll probably just stop and not call you by your first name because like I told you before the recording. I'm so used to calling Riana. Because that's what that's how. She pronounce her name in the Combat Barbie. But anyways how are things with you? I'm great are you crazy? So busy it's crazy Opening a new division of my business so excited about it But it's got a lot of my hands them going away this weekend for podcast and next weekend. I'm going to La for a week. I just had grandbaby twins born little boy in a little girl. Yeah so I'm going out to see them and help my daughter a little bit With her recovery. And everyone's doing great. Thank God and they have a little boy to so they've really got their hands full. Oh Wow I guess so. Does my grandchildren four and five nice. Yeah that's those are great ages when my daughters were those ages because it was like they were so innocent in they just said the funniest things they were just honest about everything. Yeah you'll be in line at the grocery store or something and be like. Hey Dad why is that man like have his pants down around his ankles or so you know what I mean? They're just an out loud. And you're like oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. My kids are awesome. Will you are a busy woman? And we had spoken briefly about How you really delve into the world of childhood trauma and a few months ago now. We had a man by the name of Kenny Weysan and he did the same however it looks like yours Kind of looks into it a little bit more on the adult side. Things in life in love relationships is that correct life Levin is yes okay all right and you know just to start us off your what on what levels are we talking. And where do you? How do you even start to find out if this is something that has affected you? I took the traditional route and went to my master's program and apply clinical counseling psychology. Okay got a triple. Masters graduated Summa cum laude and decided to open up my own practice in New Jersey southern New Jersey area but at the same time as building my practice I went to work in other capacities so I entered the school system and worked as a crisis counselor and that was ended up being grades kindergarten through college in my past twenty years. I've worked at every grade level so I was working with the students who had trauma or were bullied or the bullies Something had happened crises in their families. It was all traumatic situations second. I went to work for a hospital system. Could Atlanta care and I had children. They're five to nineteen who I was helping through crises so whether they were runaways or Cutting self-mutilation eating disorders suicidal tendencies. Just acting out oppositional defiance. Those kids and I worked at a Rehab Center for Teens. Adolescence as well as women from the prison system so every second or third job had even if I had my main job was working at my own private practice was with people with trauma and when I got married the first time I had a traumatic marriage and got out of that fairly early on This was somebody that took advantage. Unfortunately my mother took a large sum of money hundred and ninety thousand in back then that was probably worth about five hundred thousand and I said. Don't do it if something goes wrong with this loan. I don't WanNa be responsible and something went horribly wrong. They never paid her back. He and his father so it took me eighteen years to pay my mom back because that's the right thing to do right That would not have happened to her. If that person was not in my life So long story short I go through my life. I'm enjoying my career and during my two daughters. They're amazing and later in life. I get married again to someone else. Who is a sociopath? Associate Path is someone that uses some of pleasure or profit with no remorse. You'll never hear the words. I'm sorry okay and you know so I'm thinking and is everything seemed idyllic on the surface so this is what I call a doctor. Jekyll and Mr Hyde personality type so to society. Everyone loved him. His gregarious outgoing funds social it was a school principal. The students loved them. The parents and we were introduced by the school superintendent. Great Story Right travel the world. We both loved. Dancing was very handsome and charming than all of a sudden. Our world's collapsed We were on vacation. I go into my school as the counselor. He's into his girl within our way and the morning the first day back. I get a knock on the door and Tim. I'm like why are you not at your school? While long story short. He wasn't allowed into his office so there were things found into his computer. That did not allow him back into his skull and at that moment my world exploded. Oh now because of his actions that he was not thinking through you know impulsivity right Was fired from the job. It was a big community scandal and it hurt me not only in my business personally and our families were only five months into our marriage so it was horrendous and the first thing is that is like he has. He's a whole different person. I gotta get out of this first thing. I thought is. I got to stand up for myself and go for the moment so I did. I served as my own attorney and put the case together and the Family Court Judge Says Miss Melanin. Thirty two years of being a family court judge only granted one annulments slams. The gavel knees says in yours is the second. Oh yeah so. My case was solid and I was able to get a private courtroom because I was already horribly embarrassed with his actions and very well known in the community. Very highly respected. I'm also reverend So I mean can you match rattling who all of the rice though it set me back in a Lotta ways financially career wise emotionally and being a therapist and went to seven on my therapy friends? It's like what does he have. What made him do that? And they're all like we have no idea we at I'm and the last thing he said to me he goes. I don't know why sabotage everything that I love. I don't know what's wrong with me. I said I don't either but I'm going figure it out now. This is what my research beyond November and this is when I started uncovering childhood trauma now. He knew he was. Acoa which is adult child of alcoholic. Father was a bad alcoholic and physically and verbally emotionally abusive. So I kind of tied what was happening with husband. One husband to all the cases I saw up to this point and I said this is something deeper than a self help book can help me with and nobody else could help me. So it was up to get the answers. And that's when I discovered and created my childhood trauma checklists and I said there's these top ten traumas in much of the research said most people ninety percent of people have at least nine to ten I'm sorry one. Two three of the top. Ten Childhood Traumas. Okay and he had nine out of ten and then I look at severity levels from one to ten with severe being nine ten or eight nine ten and he was all in the higher scale. So just to compare with the scales are like a psychopath is a sociopath who kills right. Okay so ten is a psychopath. Nine ten is a sociopath right under that is narcissists okay but his sociopathic psychopath are always narcissists are always worried about themselves got traded not always as a narcissist social anthem psychopath racy okay so that started the beginning of the understanding of what I had gone through and that's what I called Love Trauma because I definitely had symptoms of. Ptsd you know. I know those symptoms of course love trauma is not in the DSM four for psychotherapists and are five or six in should've been But it's not because the same symptoms are the same when you're facing that kind of shock and that's really how the my story began and I decided to take my pain and make it my passion and my purpose while I think in like you said you made a very good point at the end there. That trauma goes beyond. Ptsd goes well beyond veterans First responders I mean it's situations like you were in that caused you to have trauma and I think society as a whole needs to understand that it's possible to get you don't need to go overseas and get almost bombed in order to have. Ptsd the third and fourth grader. Who's constantly bullied right there? You go symptoms in our worried for his life. You know the teenage. That's being bullied by kids in a tough city. You know that for his life. So that's yeah so. Ptsd happens on many levels under many situations. So is your scale. Did you create the scale yourself for trauma checklist? Yes okay. I know of the. A study verse. Childhood Events Open when I saw that it was years later and it surprise me because my top ten they were missing. Like five or six of them okay. They didn't have bullying on there. They didn't have kids of foster care or adoption. They did not even have abandonment on there. Okay so when I go through my top ten list I'll pay the difference between mine and Kaiser's because but later on the CDC has up upgraded their list and added some of the things. I've had on my list for several years and my you think they got that from you. I have no idea you know. I mean a lot of people are now talking about this topic. I just know I created my list from the population I worked with over twenty years. He now so It came from real experience mostly working with children but also adults right so working with these children. These individuals let's is like a fifty fifty between male and females or is it predominantly. There is no prejudice here and now being a global coach I work with people sixteen to seventy six men and women straight nail. Gb Miss Childhood Trauma again impacts at least ninety percent of us. There's kind of a joke in the industry the other ten percents sociopath in lying about it they have no traumas in our life so there it is so most of us so I could clearly see his and most of us will say well. My child who was pretty normal have anything I was just on the interview yesterday. That's with the host was saying and he goes but then I had a younger brother that died early in. My mom was really depressed. Most of our child that I'm their trauma number eight sibling. Trauma right there in impacted your relate her relationship with your children and understandably so we're not saying because we endured trauma it's our parents fault so we're not looking to blame or shame ourselves because we might have encountered this is. We're trying to look at it as facts. Did it happen or did it? Not and how is it showing up now in your adult life so talking to you doesn't sound like it has to be a sexual assault physical assault a psychological assault? It could just be a simple trauma of life you know living through life and like I said I'll be as to go through those what they please. Okay there's actually more than ten but I also talk about ten because that's all I have time for on. Shell okay so for the listeners. Again this is not blame. Shame in you might win a write these down because most people say I didn't have any of these so but wait till you hear them and you'll think that you did have a couple so when you were young and innocent. You are really a product of your environment. There's nothing you can really do about it being a child. So you're really young and innocent. These things happen to you or around you so the first one is addiction. Did your parents have any of these addictions now? I'm also licensed certified drug and alcohol addictions counselor to.
"riana" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
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We Are The Chosen Ones (w/ Patty Rodriguez)
"Patty you you know we were just start talking about. Leeann how we love her and I know you love her to You you do like so many things like you are one of these lake. Just like that as women. Like look and follow on g and I'm just like Patty doesn't stop light from not only normally not even from being like a mom which is already like a twenty four seven job. Like I'm like he is hustling and you know like do you want to maybe tell the audience like a bunch of you do on my goodness? Okay I started and I still am part of the Ryan Secrets. Radio show. I've been with him for a this year. Any Oh my gosh today today. Today's making bring it out with them. What you're celebrating Kingston Yeta speaking says. Yes Patty we would've brought some Ryan's roses for you right. This moment I i. I don't know why I'm thinking in my head. It was January. But it's April yes so team two thousand and five uh-huh. I started working with him as an intern And I never left and then long that Through those fifteen years I became a music writer for a magazine became a mom and then after I became a mom I was like you know my kid needs to grow up loving who. He is being proud of who he is. Because I remember acid child I carried the shame of being a Latina in my own country ended in one of my children to grow up feeling or carrying that heavy load because it's heavy in books To me books mean so much they are the that was a vehicle for me to learn English And I've always just loved books especially children's books and I was looking for children's books for my now nine year old that celebrated who we are and what we do in our contributions and I couldn't find any so Just to make this shorter I decided to start my own company with a friend of mine and we call it a little league does and we now have our own publishing company and then somewhere in between I started a jewelry line that was like being rocked. Riana Demi Levato Katy Perry you ideal and Just incredible women in and then what else. Oh and then somewhere in between A friend of mine in me Have been writing just writing down in trying to create something that can live forever And just recently we've Kind of connected with a production company that saw this and believes in us and I think that's just the beginning of the beginning. What's next for you to call a month and then it had a second child. Now come more within those fifteen years. Yeah Yeah Oh. Wow You I consider yard real like a listens to bugging Cuba. Books are so cue thank you you have one of Lena. Which was the one that I ever like had saw like in person. I saw like a little local bookshop in by the way that book is d. I mean children's picture book on her life really. Wow that's crazy. That just says a lot about the publishing industry you know. Yeah Yeah I was that one published that was on my gosh. What twenty two thousand eighteen have you have you ever? Do you watch the show or have you watched the show younger? No it's about it's IT'S A. It's Hillary Duff and the Gospel turning Mexico her name. Yes thank you. Yes sees me a Tony Award winner? I know I know. I'm sorry but I know but it's about it's about seeing it's about publishing and writing and stuff in it. It's so interesting because you just said that. And you know it's mostly white women in charge in this or white. I mean Yeah. I think Hollywood is bad yeah The publishing industry is a trillion times worse. Yeah it's so white straight it's like it's honestly it's it's just food with American dirt a novel that isn't you know. Oh Yeah But Yeah so. I think that's really that's like that's so cool that you you did like you've made these landmarks and like you are showing not only You know our people are able to read these. Obviously unlike you know Lakers Read read these books like to our children. I buy one for my knees for her birthday or whatever that is but I think it's cool because like we just Like I have friends babysit and sometimes like I cover for them and Babysat for one of my friends. And I remember telling the family I was like I was really happy because they had free to Kalo. They had like you know a Selena. They held all types of like different colored like females that in books me through the and they had lake so many different hourn even. Just let the Asians Bunch and then I was like this was like a mixed race couple but still like I. I love it when I walk into something. Yes you have books of other people than just like little cartoon just like white people think you educate you really important especially because you know. Those books are for children and If you know. We're talking about changing the narrative and in any in any creative industry that you know that we there were part of on in and I always say this the the one that we should really invest in. Because it's the first form of media that our children you know are are connected to our books. Yeah and if we really want to change the the overall landscape of the way Hollywood looks We honest need to start with books and It's very challenging to Get people on board with that because they you know a lot of people don't see books are so powerful yet we don't we don't consciously see it
Climate change in the era of coronavirus
"Kevin as we sheltered home scientists are finding the behavioral changes like telecommuting can significantly reduce emissions but how much good can these changes ultimately make if we're not making them together Naomi arrest kiss is a professor of the history of science at Harvard her books like why trust science explore climate change denial she says climate change in covered nineteen are examples of problems that can't be solved at the local level air pollution doesn't respect state boundaries you put the motion throughout this year it moves because of virus is comparable to this thing didn't stay in China and then we got to America didn't stay in Washington state the rest this is the principle of limited government or leaving it to the states breaks down in the face of these issues and now is the time to remind people the government's role is to solve problems that individuals or states can't solve alone it took federal action she says to abolish slavery and leadership on the federal level to bring us out of the Great Depression it's true government is not the solution to all our problems but it clearly is the solution to many of our biggest problems like public health environmental health which will be most effectively solves all the states can work together rescue since the pandemic proves that Americans are willing to make sacrifices for the greater good and that bodes well for fighting climate change and now my colleague Molly Peterson takes a look at another way that climate change and covert nineteen are connected thanks Peter Riana gun right directs climate policy at the Roosevelt institute is a think tank she says the pandemic has made existing and equities worse if you are low income black and Latino you are far more likely to live near toxic fumes to be exposed to higher levels of toxic pollution which in turn creates a ton of background conditions you're talking about cancers heart disease respiratory issues all of which are linked to higher likelihood having serious complications from corona virus for Andres Soto an organizer with communities for a better environment that vulnerability is always apparent bay area skies are bluer with more people off the road but in Richmond we also see the refinery is still operating apparently a full capacity and there's been absolutely no indication that chevron is going to be cutting back on its pollution while everybody else has to shelter in place he also points out the corona virus has made it harder to pay the rent because of the lack of an efficient social safety net we now find ourselves having to address people's personal needs as our lives have become destabilised by the goal with nineteen and then set us as the pandemic offers a glimpse of what it would look like if the whole planet works together for big solutions here's my friend Danielle vet and she talked to someone with a view about doing that for climate change thanks Molly okay let's get something out of the way while carbon emissions and pollution have plummeted during this pandemic shut down this is not a gift for the earth or any sort of meaningful Denton are carbon output because we got there the wrong way and this can't last we can't have everybody staying in their homes we can't have people thrown out of work we can't have people unable to feed their families Katharine Hayhoe a climate scientist at Texas Tech University says we can however use this as an opportunity to learn this shows is that we do have the power to act and we can't affect incredible change when we do act in the corona virus we recognized a common problem that threatens ourselves our loved ones our communities we want people to be able to live in safety and that's exactly what climate change threatens to we don't know yet Hey ho says if this crisis will spur stronger clean energy and climate policies or make us retreat will this be an opportunity for a Marshall Plan after World War two or the new D. hello or will people use it as an opportunity to return to the past even more strongly rolling back environmental protections as we're seeing today to shore up feeling industries like the coal industry the question is what will we
What the Coronavirus Means for Climate Change
"As we sheltered home scientists are finding that behavioral changes like telecommuting can significantly reduce emissions but how much good can these changes ultimately make if we're not making them together Naomi arrest kiss is a professor of the history of science at Harvard her books like why trust science explore climate change denial she says climate change in covered nineteen are examples of problems that can't be solved at the local level air pollution doesn't respect state boundaries put pollution throughout this year it moves because of virus is comparable to this thing didn't stay in China and then we got to America didn't stand Washington state the rest this is the principle of limited government or leading into the state's breaks down in the face of these issues and now is the time to remind people the government's role is to solve problems that individuals for states can't solve alone it took federal action she says to abolish slavery and leadership on the federal level to bring us out of the Great Depression it's true government is not the solution to all our problems but it clearly is the solution to many of our biggest problems like public health environmental health which will be most effectively solves if all the states can work together rescue since the pandemic proves that Americans are willing to make sacrifices for the greater good and that bodes well for fighting climate change and now my colleague Molly Peterson takes a look at another way that climate change in covert nineteen are connected thanks Peter Riana gun right directs climate policy at the Roosevelt institute is a think tank she says the pandemic has made existing and equities worse if you are low income black and Latino you are far more likely to live near toxic fumes to be exposed to higher levels of toxic pollution which in turn creates a ton of background conditions you're talking about cancers heart disease respiratory issues all of which are linked to higher likelihood of having serious complications from corona virus for Andres Soto an organizer with communities for a better environment that vulnerability is always apparent bay area skies are bluer with more people off the road but in Richmond we also see the refinery is still operating apparently a full capacity and there's been absolutely no indication that chevron is going to be cutting back on its pollution while everybody else has to shelter in place he also points out the corona virus has made it harder to pay the rent because of the lack of an efficient social safety net we now find ourselves having dressed people's personal needs as our lives have become destabilized by recorded nineteen MM set us as the pandemic offers a glimpse of what it would look like if the whole planet works together for big solutions here's my friend Danielle van she talked to someone with a view about doing that for climate change thanks Molly okay let's get something out of the way while carbon emissions and pollution have plummeted during this pandemic shut down this is not a gift for the earth or any sort of meaningful Denton are carbon output because we got there the wrong way and this can't last we can't have everybody staying in their homes we can't have people thrown out of work we can't have people unable to feed their families Katharine Hayhoe a climate scientist at Texas Tech University says we can however use this as an opportunity to learn this shows is that we do have have the power to act and we can't affect incredible change when we do act in the corona virus we recognized a common problem that threatens ourselves our loved ones our communities we want people to be able to live in safety and that's exactly what climate change threatens to we don't know yet Hey ho says if this crisis will spur stronger clean energy and climate policies or make us retreat will this be an opportunity for a Marshall Plan after World War two or the new deal or will people use it as an opportunity to return to the past even more strongly rolling back environmental protections as we're seeing today to shore up feeling industries like the coal industry the question is what will we do that part of history is yet to be written we all will be writing it
Valorant makes you watch before you play
"So you guys may have heard. There's a game that's out right now. In closed Beta from riot games called Valerie and Riana and I decided to jump into some matches with our friend loose agenda and see how it goes so re you and I got to stream. This did we did. And how do you? How do you feel about about how it went? The game is good. I am not like a Haiku or something like five before we get into the game play for people who aren't familiar valor. It is a tactical five five first person shooter. As I mentioned. Ride Games publishes it and write games gave us access to the closed. Beta both rhianna myself and so we were playing in right now. The only way to get access is to watch people stream the game on twitch. They recently just opened up. Who can stream and get drops because before was a select group of streamers where you would have to watch and get twits drops in and you could get access to the. Beta of course shift to sign up at the website. I give everything registered with your riot account and then you would watch all these dreamers and cross your fingers that you would get access and so now. They've opened it up so a lot. More people can get into the closed Beta now. They don't have any details on when it's going out of closed Beta Hopefully this year I think is the assumption. They don't have details of one going into full publish. I would imagine either later this year but more likely sometime next year would be my thought and they haven't really talked about currently because it's only right now so I think what Rana kind of buried the lead at was that it's mouse and keyboard only neither sheer. I remembered until we agreed to play this game together and they were like Oh. We don't play with masochist. Yeah it's a very different experience from what Aaron are used to controllers and. We talked about this a little bit on Monday. But the skills I wish. They were transferable. Sometimes they're not and when I get cornered or when. I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do from abilities. My left hand freaks the fuck out and I can't do what my brain is telling it to do or or what I see on. The screen doesn't match what? I think my hand is doing. And Yeah it's There's a disconnect for me personally but the actual game itself is Super Super Fun and actually really fun to watch so the the whole tactic of doing the twitter stream drops for access is pretty great. I think it's working out really well.
"riana" Discussed on Z104
"Com station seven minutes ago model jeep trying to fix me in the sixteenth the please eleven some I never the also looking this is James please mystery business we it's actually shared with us this week or what method was last week that Riana said she's right to be a mom yeah and she wants anyone to you have to be a part of the ground yeah lady Gaga.
Michelle Obama, Oprah, more joined an epic (virtual) party
"The hottest social distancing party apparently was put on by DJ D. nice on his Instagram over one hundred thousand accounts reportedly tuned in during his ten hour set including the likes of Michelle Obama Oprah Riana and Will Smith the nice has been hosting club quarantine parties on his Instagram live since Wednesday but it hit a peak
"riana" Discussed on Z104
"We had this weekend we act it was nice as they could sometimes I'll put a picture of me which is fighting something like this Sunday yes so nice all the people that say get well soon if you get a voucher or I've been there to hang in there you know alone especially other parents to know that the parents are just as upset kids like I feel so terrible but anyways it was really nice to think everybody said that she's already on antibiotics and doing just fine and you know right around breaking things in the house in no time so all right both cable get to that in a second also twenty minutes from now today's easy on the Z. so I think the friends reunion is really happening now I think okay yes we've heard this before where is the pain anyways that's right yes okay so we'll talk about that Riana speech today in an end of lease to be image which is pretty good we'll play some of that and I hope you can join me US sorry how you doing this after your Z. for a very serious question that has to do with sex and your phone and it's not would you answer your phone if you were you know the middle that or it's not it act I saw this question and I was shocked at what my own answer to it was and how easy it was to answer this question but it has to do with sex and your phone all right I'm gonna talk about it after young Z. but first it's Monday you're probably a crappy mood so let's give you a phone scam to cheer you up a lot of you were off on Fridays you need to hear this this is the lady who we operate called because she's getting a new roof on our house and she told her husband that she thinks the roofers look at her when she walks in and out of the house kindly leering at her a little bit so we made the whole situation a lot worse.
Pax East 2020 Unveils Schedule
"Pax East has unveiled their schedule. That's right the what's good Games alive. The panel returns to Boston on Saturday. February twenty-ninth because leap year did you guys know it was leader. Yeah because there's like twenty nine days this this month and that's super rare. That's only happens every four years so five. PM Eastern time is when the panel kicks off unfortunately friends. We are not in a livestream in room this year but we will be video recording and audio recording the panel and making sure that we uploaded so everybody everybody can see it after the fact so if you are in Boston and are planning to come to packs we hope to see you at the panel again five. PM Eastern time on Saturday February. Have you were a twenty nine. Don't worry we're going to be posted all over the social media's in the week succumb plus we have locked in Friday February twenty eighth for the. What's good Games? Meet meet up. You do not need a Pax East badge to come to that. We'll be unveiling those details very soon. TM and it's all ages. Yes it is. We didn't all ages event last year and it will be all ages again this year and it will be Friday in the evening time not late. Think like happy hour time time because I go to bed early so I can't be bothered. We have to make Sherry work. Artificial meet up around Steiner sleep schedule. You really do very reporting I think about these things you know. I can't be having a meet up from ten to midnight so I would not be there. They could get a cardboard cutout. Do you remember the year that we put Alexa race face on a chair. I can't remember what Shayla Shelagh hacks West and I remember. This guy went through hell to get her picture printed out. It was like ten step process but I printed ten or fifteen things of Alexa. I think we've put someone's backpack pat on the audience audience and then someone put a backpack on the panel table and then we taped her face to the backpack so like she was a panelist. It was a good time it was Alexa. Ray will not be part of our east panel but Miss Riana manual will be. We're very excited to announce that she's going to be joining us in Pax East in Boston. I think what I meant to say there and she's fantastic. If you guys don't know about Ria we've done some stuff with her in the past she's been featured guests on the show. Oh we did some pacwest. She's all around like a very lovely fantastic edison in getting her. She's great at tweets. Now I believe leave on twitter. Let me double check again twitter. I sure yes rea- tweets now so check. Her out follower and comes comes a high at Pax. It'll be
Gender Bias Reveals Consequences For Female Artists
"Okay for music to art. How many feet famous female artists can you name? No not beyond say or Riana artists like Frida Kahlo and Mary Cassatt. If you're having trouble thinking of more than a handful you may be onto a major problem in the art world. We've been artists are routinely left out of museum exhibits and the work is on average valued much less less than that of their meal. Peers Selley herships and Cardiff Garcia from our daily economics. podcast the indicator from planet money. How that story there was this? This artist named Joan Mitchell. She was an abstract expressionist. She died in the nineteen nineties but she painted a lot. Joan Mitchell was hugely successful and to our world insiders. She's a big deal. But if you're thinking I've never heard of her you would not be alone. KRISTA LATCHFORD IS CEO of the Joan Mitchell Foundation. She's doing remarkably well at auction. The prices are very high but are they. High in relative to Jackson pollock no way are they high relative to Kooning nope paintings by the KOONING and pollock have gone for sixty to one hundred sixty million dollars. KRISTA says there is no record of Joan Mitchell getting. We're close to that kind of money for her work. which brings us to a big part of the reason that people have trouble naming famous women? Artists Artwork by women and men is just valued differently. Rene teaches finance at Oxford and she and some of her colleagues did an experiment. They picked paintings at random and they showed them to viewers. There's and ask them to guess if the artist was a man or a woman on average the Experiment subjects couldn't guess it was painted by man or woman. Renee says it is practically impossible to look at painting and figure out the gender of the artist but she says if the subjects guessed that the painting was painted by a woman they like the painting less renee looked millions of records from auction sales and she found out that on average work by women. Artists sells for forty percent less than work by male artists and because art by women is valued for less museums by less of it and that is how less artwork by women ends up on display in museums. Ziems at the Baltimore Museum of art only four percent of the collection is women artists. The problem is the same major museums around the country. Christopher Bedford heard the museum's director he says that's why next year any new artwork. The museum buys will be by women the various different filters that we put in place to consider acquisitions nations and have always had them. Placed considerable additions and that system comes together in various different forms specific to the museum to filter the history of art and to include or exclude. Unfortunately in the case of women artists often museums have been excluding. KRISTA says anyone who's buying art museums included has to be careful of what's called the superstar effect sales of female artists represent just the tiniest slice just two percent of the market but of the two percent. Forty forty percent is five women. That's what can happen with the superstar. Effect a tiny number of artists. Become like Tokens or symbols and art buyers or museums ziems or individuals. Feel like they've bought something by a lady and so they feel like they don't have to do anything else but then museums can essentially say okay. I've done my female show will move back to our normal Sally herships Cardiff Garcia N._p._R..
Will Drake and Rihanna Get Back Together?
"M. night couples in the news Riana and Drake what's up with them of course dated back in the day they were at the MTV VMAs in twenty sixteen he favors the try to cancer he's broken up with her billionaire boyfriend and now they're been seen out and about there's rumors that they might be dating again the villain yeah in that young people's world people love them together so we're trying to see what happens
Black News Channel launch fulfills lifelong dream of J.C. Watts
"On this week program. The black news channel J. C. Watts Co founder and chairman and Gary Wars Law vice-president of news and programming the black news channel in Black America. Well when you started your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block off of news from six. AM until nine am. Were then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC It focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eye congressional Black Caucus And then show is over. We go into another live. Broadcast from. Tallahassee are studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues. That are important to them them in the afternoon and then we go into a series of programs that we call a BNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries on Michelle Obama. Barack Obama Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show is going to spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman. Freemen look at the chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody in that program. Gerry wardlaw vice president of news and programming. The Black News Channel on January twenty fifth nineteen eighty black entertainment. Television made his debut at the time it will become the most prominent television the network targeting the African American community we now have the African Channel Bounce TV. Aspire TV CLEO TV own NTV one just to name a few on January six twenty twenty. The black news channel began providing all things. African American put together by. A group of entrepreneurs led by former congressman J. C. Watts black news channel will be the nation's only twenty four seven provider of cable news programming programming dedicated company unique perspective of African American communities. BNC will provide an authentic new voice that represents African Americans in mainstream media and foster political economic and social discourse the new channel promises to inform educate and empower nearly fifty million African Americans. Now of living in this country Racelis in Black America spoke with Gary Word Law regarding the network and Tennessee. Little town called South Pittsburg which which is near well not a whole lot. But I grew up in Chattanooga went to school there. I started my career in broadcast there. They'd sixteen fifty years later. I find myself the black news channel. My journey has taken me from Tennessee or the West Coast back to the East Coast New York Washington. DC Seattle adult. I've kind of been all over the place but I'm very happy to be In Tallahassee ready to help launch this black news channel what sparked at initial interest in journalism and communications. When I was a kid working at a restaurant I used to argue with some of the customers about everything thing from religion to politics and man coming off and she's pity office in the navy and he said to me one day is kids? You got a lot of mouth you ought to be on television and of course I laugh because there were no black on television in my hometown. he said I want to go up there and talk to The station manager. I know him to send you. You just give you a job. Well he was Judas word I went to the station. They gave me a job. I started working in the studio and a year and a half later I was on the air the air for some forty years. You remember that I I do I was it was ATV television Chattanooga and my title was floor manager. What what that meant was? I had to manage to clean that floor every night. But he was an auspicious start but nonetheless it spun a career having been in an industry for such a long time. What differences and innovations have you seen so far that has made what you do more efficient in a better? When I first started working in television we shot black black and white reverse negative film They don't even make such a thing thing I don't think anymore so we've gone from the old FEM camera dates to film processors now. Everybody who has a camera is a journalist and so the innovations have been just absolutely phenomenal now in the sand. You a now the vice-president News and program for the Black News Channel. Give us a thumbnail because we're going to go through some of the things that you are anticipating on doing with what channel what channel will look like. Well when you start your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block of news from six. AM until nine am. We're then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC that focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eyes of the Congressional Black News of the Congressional Black Right Caucus Rather When that show is over we'd go into another live broadcast and from Tallahassee Studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called all being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues issues. That are important to them in the afternoon. And then we go into a series of programs that we call the DNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries resigned. Michelle Obama Barack Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show. Oh there's GonNa spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman look as a chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody and that program later in the afternoon we'll have another show. That's primarily focused on females. It's called ladies choice and this show is gonNA spotlight issues. That are important to women. Thirty plus and so that's going to be hosted by our two female anchors one of which happens to be a clinical psychologist. We've then go into a three hour block of prime signed is that will air live from our studios and obviously it'll be in prime on the west coast. We also have programs that featured Dr Corey. Hey Bear as our staff medical person who will be producing programs on health as it relates to the African American audience mark McClellan formerly A. CBS News will a host program for men. And it's called all things men and so he's going to sit back and talk with everybody from ministers to football players so we're GONNA the highlight those issues that are important to fellows and that's just some of the highlights. We're GONNA have Olympic programming. We have a SPEC- sports programming. We have FIBA world basketball. Aw We have star workout. So if it's of interest to the black audience is of interest to us and we intend to put it on as well as spotlighting. The Best of you are the best of the best from the nation's HCC us with a program that's specially designed for our HEC students to be able to show themselves off as did were in programming that we're gonNA produce around their reports as well. How did you all go about deciding what to put on air? I'm quite sure you had a large whiteboard aboard blackboard or whatever kind of board that you all use to come up with this lineup. It really wasn't that complicated. I basically say that for the most part. Yeah I mean I would talk to people that I know One of my favorite Research facilities was called the barbershop and barbershop. And you listen to the brothers and you'll come up with and stuff yes right now. I like to say that the barber shop as a black man. It's country club. I'm doing and be myself and listen and you get some pretty You know you get some pretty good research on what's happening in the black community and You go to the beauty shop you get the same thing so I listened to the people and and tried to put together programming. That people told me I was of interest to them. HEARD THAT MR warlock. What makes you excited about this invention well for the first time and forever We're going to have a network where we are unapologetically. Black The world we're looking at catch US being ourselves and they'll find out that we're more than crime in the streets. We're more than music. We're more than sports and we have brains. We have opinions. We have scientist. We have educators. We have lawyers. We have doctors. We you know we have specialists It's nothing wrong with being a star football player a basketball player. It's nothing wrong with being a musician Russian but the world's GONNA see us in greater scope than just athletics are music
"riana" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"You know we are way out of jail but we can't we don't we about about a close but we don't really know the names we buy what made it so he about one and a white male I got a couple I got a problem with all right we don't first strung out on compliments in every night because we drink made a late allow enable exaggerated right now I gotta say it as just something yeah yeah yeah yeah everything my as father dies his name is out of so my children they came in you know it it is it is it I yeah hi if you was the worst advice you've ever received you should stick with the group forty nineteen best of the firing squad anymore is by one of their bodies business the current business like stuff they come back in a day I think you really want to know get to know the artist in the firing squad I want to know who's your childhood celebrity crush have you read to your child a celebrity crush this is a tie between lay Riana and then day take on both.
"riana" Discussed on Z104
"Real name is Robyn Fenty Riana is her middle name she's from Barbados and was discovered when she was sixteen by an American record producer named Evan Rogers sorry when he was on vacation there she was esquire magazine's sexiest woman alive in two thousand eleven Brianna pass Justin Bieber on June eighteenth twenty thirteen as the most viewed artist on you too and as it also turns out mostly everybody says her name wrong it's actually pronounced Rhianna when asked during an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres show what her go to karaoke song is Riana revealed Bon Jovi's Livin on a prayer on the number one hit music station Z. one oh four this one is these I mean I use mom the same yeah the I don't know if they know we.
"riana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Riana and Cardi B, exactly. Big petition that the common among others. Yeah. The petition that was started saying we don't want room five to perform you shouldn't perform because capper, Nick. So they're not doing the pre Super Bowl press conference now. Right. And I have a problem with this not because I care one way or the other about maroon five, but you can't be bullied into doing something. I mean now unless maroon five has something up their sleeve where they're gonna come out at a time with the Super Bowl and makes me nervous with Colin Kaepernick stage a kneeling the entire time during their performance. Why did you cancel that? I've gotta take the other end of the spectrum here. This is what you maniacal self righteous virtue, signaling. So social Justice warriors on Twitter get this is what you get even the most liberal media figures in the entertainment industry are afraid to answer your dumb questions from an agenda driven mainstream media. So screw it. Don't do it. They made a five hundred thousand dollars donation to big brothers and big sisters in conjunction with the NFL and the Super Bowl performance. Screw you thinking about how many people would probably be downloading maroon five's music this week with all their appearances. Because whoever does halftime at the Super Bowl. You get that spike in sales. We see it every year last year, Justin Timberlake, who certainly doesn't need a spike in sales. I mean, all of his albums went to number one the week of the Super Bowl because people get curious the average person that doesn't know who they are like our parents or your grandparents they go find out who you are. And maybe they get into it. And it's dumb. I didn't see any outrage for Justin Timberlake. Like performing last year. I don't know what's changed in the year between Justin Timberlake, but I mean this Colin Kaepernick situation going on for years. So is going down last year when he would just Timberlake perform, where's the outrage them? And if you're a maroon five though, it's a week move to cancel this. This is a big deal for you. This is the halftime of the Super Bowl. This is where you can make your money. If you don't want to answer questions about capper, Nick, you don't have to all you have to do is go up to the podium and say, hey, we were invited to perform a lot of fans like our music. I can't speak for who's not here. Yeah. But they're they're afraid to fall into that narrative of the mainstream media. Why would you sit there and subject yourself to that? I kind of get it.
"riana" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Now, Drake riana, I feel like a Drake took another shot at reality. You know what I'm saying and not a direct shot. It was like one of those way he was talking about his mom, and you know, him having a baby. And you know, it was going to be he thought they'd be like these fairy tale. You know, his mom met certain people, and he did mention his name. You know, what I'm saying in low key? If I was on I would have been an all that was nice. Is going on Ariana nor do I sound like her. But what do you think about drinking me on being back together or putting that love thing back on or awesome, man? Who's the one that got away from you? Let's. This bring Samantha neighborhoods. He was going down. Samantha halo. Hello there. Samantha how you doing? My love. Good. How are you doing extremely well Queen now, do you think that riana and Drake base you put that thing back together? No, I don't why. Because that's Chris Brown's girl all see. This is what this is. What happens? I know. No, no Samantha. But there's always that one that people connect to forever. Five ten fifteen years removed. There's always that one you say now, he's such is such a you would rather see riana and Chris Brown together as opposed to riana in Drake. Yeah. I think like best friends they had at the time. Relationship. You know, obviously things like that. I.
"riana" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Fuck. To fuck. That you. So last week was fashion week and usually fashion week ends with Marc Jacobs show. But this year he was bumped by Riyan fen t lingerie show. And Marc Jacobs is actually notorious for always starting on time this year. His show was at six o'clock and it ran one hour and seventeen minutes late and riana show starts at seven thirty. So a lot of people are speculating that he made the show even later and later and later in order to get back at riana, he was still late that started to get up and leave to to get to Brooklyn to riana show. Anna Wintour almost left as well. Well, over in riana show, a lot of people are praising her because she had a diverse group of models. She even have pregnant models. One of the models action went into labor while she was doing the show, finish the show, went to the hospital and the baby tripped on the runway on the way out of a giant fun. I saw the pictures of the pregnant model. I don't like, is it on here? To to me it was uncomfortable. I don't think it's comfortable to think that while you're trying to enjoy a fashion show somebody's gonna go into labor. I don't know if that is at modeling or is it just there's so much stuff to make a statement. It's like it's not a station shock factor factor, but are you with fat models like obese. Yeah, I'm okay with any type of models and I'm okay with the model being pregnant. If a models this close to having a baby Cami safe, it can't be safe. That's the thing that maybe drops right out, you know, and then the baby ends up having a head brain damage, and it's handicap the rest of its life. But it has free Fendi because of this fucking free lingerie because of the fashion line. You don't. Man. Sometimes you just too busy. Sometimes you have a family, maybe don't have maybe a bachelor either way you biz yet. You don't have time. You do not have time to clean your crib all the time you don't. So what someone take care of it for you, man for fraction of the price that you think you would cost? I'm talking about using handy the.
"riana" Discussed on Channel 955
"You sometimes a song just flows comes together really fast other times it can take many different forms before you hit the final product but beatty said that she wrote a song five years ago that was originally met for riana then got past usher who didn't think it was the right time so it alternately ended up with nick jonas she says she likes to cut out the middleman and just record tracks were self but she did for this georgia line meant to be and wreksa number twenty you bring up fast giora manson luma heard a couple of times guy didn't seem you ride same so me no no no you beautiful hanan komo on we don't no.
"riana" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Reviews it can be like well it's caitlyn shouldn't sanjay book leading heights like they're so so how does that that energy among this huge cast work in its favor will it works because the actresses among them sarah paulson indicate helena bonham carter riana are all innately interesting and sort of charismatic and the problem with the movie is that they don't give them enough time to kinda just like be together and to chat and to banner and riff and and kind of you know in the way that the original will sorry not the nineteen sixty frank sinatra movie but like the soderbergh we can pretend that the two thousand one ocean's eleven is the first so the two in the two thousand one the runtime is only five minutes longer than oceans eight but i just feel like you have so much more time to kind of luxuriate in their dynamic and you get to know each character in some small way throughout the film and oceans eight just feels rushed in that in that regard and and the movie ends and that was really fun but like who was been kelly's character who was sarah paulson's character you don't really get to you don't get the same sense of texture i guess and i don't know what the fix for that is because the movie is you know paste in a sort of reasonable way i guess but something feels off crazy because it's it's pacing reasonable way but it's just pay so oddly just the rhythm of it just feels really incorrect to me and i should say i didn't say you know what richard savage like i did like it broadly a love and hatheway in it i think every single choice she makes is amazing and this movie also a i don't know if this is an unpopular opinion james corden is great and i actually had this like weird twinge of guilt he doesn't show up until the final act and i had this twinge of guilt that i was laughing harder at court than i did any of the women that came before him and that felt contrary to the spirit of the movie but i don't know i feel like coordin maybe knew a little bit better what movie he was in.
"riana" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Okay let me tell you something i would love i like interest that you know i like it i like throwing me on when we get invited to stay at like it we got we were recently i forget where my husband and i were but i knew that i needed to have on church hat i like it can we give him mary to just the fashions okay elaine says riana is dope always chanel says blake cardi reread katy perry yes you are right they are first of all blake and that train what's the child's name blake lively that's her name she had a train train filled the temple okay she had her train on her gam and i was here fourth and yes genetic monet was a genetic warren listen y'all just google hail mary to the med gala forgiving saints a reason to just get together and get dressed up i will be thinking about whether or not we will have a woman involve gala is probably too late for me to get it together at is probably see y'all play in with me 'cause you know i think i'm superwoman nine and do all things through christ any jonah hit my comment section if you i'm gonna put it on my instant story deborah wants to know why was beyond say not at the med i think she must have been at module businessman shoes i don't know if they was having a tent revival that night and we didn't get invited but she certainly was not there i'm going to put a poll on my instant story about the woman evolve galen that's what i'm on do i think it's going to have to be twenty nineteen because i wanted to be planned properly and i want there to be enough time for slaves but i am going to put it on there i right to that's rescue eve in hail mary for women evolve the next segment of the show are some advice questions that came across my desk that i felt were worthy of input from the woman evolve delegation those questions are from my instagram dm box you guys may or may not know but you can slide into my dm's now i'm gonna let you know i get hundreds of dm's before you slide into them hundreds of day so i try to catch.
"riana" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"And riana replied by you know just explaining very carefully and kindly why that wasn't funny and you know how disrespectful it was to victims of domestic violence children and women who've who are victims of domestic violence and then she was like shame on you throw the whole app allergy away and oh whole yeah like pretty actively was like don't don't worry about apologizing to me i'm just deleting your tweet and apparently a lot of riana fans which is a lot of people the navy yeah the me on a nation of the people in there yeah they they have been deleting the snapchat app and its value on the stock market went down four percent one day they lost over a billion dollars because some dumb ass you know appr proved this ad that was designed by devon from the npr got me fired because think about emmanuel appealing into the women who want to punch chris brown and the bros who were like man i'd slap riyan you see what i'm saying check out this diagram real quick right right and the overlap here just cook student started yelling numbers a hate that snapchat of course is the same app that recently lost a bunch of their wall street value because i think kylie jenner said is it just me or does nobody opened snapchat anymore low while wall lolo and gillian could you imagine that would be so maddening to you like ceo of that and just be like fuck kylie jenner general all the stories about that place or fucking wild to like i from the few people i know who have who work there or have worked there i it.