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"rodin" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"Everybody's evacuated a star for strikeforce report when ready should girl sees keough out in the field everybody's supposedly evacuated and she's just like oh so nonchalantly just like walking. She's not running. she's not frightened. She is just like having a little in in the field. Yeah yeah so. He goes out to meet her and she says he's like what the hell are you doing here. And she says. I had to see you. Thank you and they go inside so i guess i guess they are a couple definitely if she just had to. Yeah you're not feeling it. I just like the whole her like walking around the field disbelief piss me off and like what are you doing like this in real life situation right here. You dumb broad like what. Are you just walking around flowers in the you not hear the alarms going off in the tanks and the guns and the fire. She's just like a. Oh hey i had to see you like oh my so it will. I wrote down this question. I'm afraid asks so honeybee when the shit hits the fan Are you gonna come find me when when this happens. Yeah ship course. You know as calm as humanly possible. I'm just gonna walk around and wait for you to spot me in an in the field and to run in and say what are you doing here. It's so dangerous. And i'll say i just had to see you and you'll say thank you thank you. Now let's get inside dahmer. That's into no so the first strikeforce reports that they're ready opened fire. Shoot up the mountain lot of lot of shooting up the mountain. The volcano guy tells us eruption is imminent. We must evacuate. Let's pull back to the ridge at koussa's sedentary and bang bang shoot jeeps and cars pull bat bang bang. Some more spent a lot of time shooting up the landscape and then the second strike force and they opened fire and they shoot up the depression zoned from which rodin emerges there is an eruption. There's lot of lava romance to romance fly around and then It's not clear to me exactly what happened to them. But somehow this is all has an adverse effect and one of them lands and sort of flops around near the lava. Yeah go ahead. Kiosk say keough gets upset as she's watching. This is pretty brutal. Yeah and then. The second rodin hovers over i and is dead. Yes it's burning the second one catches fire and rises up a little bit before it falls and that was really harsh and then and the music even music that they're playing in during this moment is like super sad and like we i was like why are we so likes said that. I don't know i was like this is a very movies monster struggle that. We've the movies telling us that this is tragic. Yes then the army's told to stand down return to your home meets the burning rodin flops around a bit more or and then rodin die. Everybody cry the eggplant. Guess i guess maybe all the shelling sort of injured them while they were underground unclear. Because it looks like they burst out and it looks like they're gonna save and then just being the lava really say and then flop. They just flopped around. Maybe the fumes from the overcame them. I don't know yeah. It was very unclear. It's kinda weird. I also wrote down <hes> if you've ever seen mulan you know there's this line where he says were. Mu shu says chicken boy say that to my face you limp noodle and the and so i wrote that down as rodin rodion voice chicken boy see that to my face you limp noodle was weird. It was weird and just like or them them just flopping around in the fire. I was like okay. That's what the end but you still liked it. I did like it. Yeah i mean. I especially coming out of the last two movies. Which was the the hollow mountain and on a tarantula tarantulas.
"rodin" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"He looks like a damn marina. There's so many wires totally he does and he also has a little king kong moment here at the bank where he looks through the bank and the people are like anything at somebody. Says this is weird. They're like surrounded with tanks so a can't fly off. That is not how flying works except that apparently it is l. Flying works because somehow this plan seems to work for a little while That is an order to surround the sports center and the tanks come in they shoot and they tear some shit up. And there's some kind of a missile trucks these trucks that have just a whole battery of missiles on the back. In addition to links i wrote flap wreck he just doesn't more flapping ranking stuff. Truck flies into a building and army guys in the hq run away. They were standing by the window looking out. And they run away as rodin wrecks the building and fire trucks and fire and then a second rodin spot. Ten thousand feet second road. The planes are order to try to lead them both out to sea and the second rodin comes and flies by an pushes Seems to have in pinned down for some reason. He can't just fly away the second one Seems to me. Push the tanks away enough for the first rodin to escape and it suddenly night and our group of lead actors enter the h. q. And i don't know where the hell we are at this point. How did i get here. Where are they at the fukuoka. Hq where were they before. I don't know and how do they not come here. And this seems like another one of these movies where somebody starts off in a certain position but because they were there when it started they just get to go along to wherever it leads so they get to start hanging out with the army and and just going wherever. Because i was there started. Yeah sorry is he can't finish it up without me..
"rodin" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"We see a lot of map work in these movies. It's always somebody pointing to a map elder. But he thinks he's gonna remember somewhere between the mines and the mount aso crater so watch this line between and Between the crater in the depression zone i dunno. Were depression zone is maybe that's some side effect of mining. Maybe a few mine out an area collapses and causes a depression zone. I'm just guessing. I don't know i don't either. We cut to gps rolling along the road and then they just happened to stop right. Near where rodin is emerging all almost all of our main characters except for keough. Are there the professor professor marian. The professor the police chief shigero. Who is a mining engineer. And the reporter ezaki. they're all in his jeep then they Said alert h. q. And one of the gps spa speeds off to do that and rodin flies after it and just just by flying over it turns it over and clings side of the road and and just wrecks at the will but the guys that are standing outside of their vehicles they all hit the dirt any passes over and they managed to not get killed and a call comes in. Hq planes are deployed. They chase rodin. Shoot shoot there's no effect. Rodin seems the disabled planes just by flying past them. I like the how they did..
"rodin" Discussed on Monster Movie Fun Time Go
"So. Not not our favored. I would say will say that pond she told was my like charlie in this movie. You know how like charlie wrong series the hero. Yeah cheetos was my charlie in this movie but he was the only piece of this movie that i could stand art. Noise sound is all that is the rating. I give this movie l. The trouble don't watch it. Just listen to out it. And you don't it and i've been meaning to wash the mr science soda more that way and may maybe a honeybee. You might wanna watch it that way. I don't know that's on netflix I had been meaning to to ratings system so i guess we'll start off with noise rating. He gets one far. No he's come up with something else for a good minute which hopefully will be next week next week. It will be rodin also from nineteen fifty-six also is the say is god's allowed godzilla adjacent godzilla related. It is by toho directed by ichiro honda and after he gets his introductory movie. Then we see rodin in godzilla. Movies nice include up to up to the current era he appears in godzilla king of monsters from a couple of years ago and A number of dan's appear in the very most recent thing. The godzilla singular point anime. Siri rodin has some staying power back to japan. And back to toho pictures with dan next well so i will say when i saw it came from beneath the sea. I didn't believe you when you said. I hate this movie more. I'd have to say you were right. Precious you're right. I hated this movie more. So sorry so when it goes to beasts you prefer ones from twenty thousand fathoms than to ones from hollow mountains. Indeed i do. Yes i do okay. Good to know who had in mind may note future reference Once again we'd like to beg everybody to send us a message at Monster movie fun time. Go at gmail.com or go to our anchor page anchor dot fm slash m. m. ft and leaves voicemail. If you leave us voicemails might use it in. The show can be internet famous. So thank you for joining us We may have a halloween october project. Coming up bit of a side thing here same channel. I will give more information about that. Let's say next week or yeah. Unlike a plan. Sounds like a plan beyond the lookout for halloween. Shit baby and as always. We won't see you but you will hear us next time on monster movie fun time. Go monster movie fun time go..
How To Make Growing Your Audience From Zero Less Of A Slog
"Booty rodin's goes beyond creating and sharing the content now but the people the relationships that arise from your work. Then how you apply yourself that whole process a what makes it all take this year. The media's share some simple principles will stand you in good stead when you're starting out it isn't just about what you do about your mindset. Nothing to remember. You shouldn't chase an audience just because you can't hand over their email address to you is a privilege the putting you in the driving seat when you start out with the goal to get people over to your site everything you share from a tweet or lincoln post to an article is a dress rehearsal for the attraction all of these ways of convincing others. They should be spending more time with you. In a previous shooting media. I talked about how to build your audience. It goes through what you can do. When you're starting from zero starting out with no one around you can feel like it's all going to be in vain in a waste of time. That's when those glimmers of acknowledgement from a message from a new subscriber to someone sharing you work with connections west so much so whether you're starting from zero or about to reach the thousand subscribe amac keeping everything on track and moving forward happens when you pay attention to how you apply yourself as you know. Always come around to see what i was doing. and secondly you create relationships rivers. One of the biggest distraction. I've found was looking around what others were doing when you think about it. It's counter intuitive following of people's every move when you're looking to build something now has your own stop identity to it very often those offers who are harley successful also completely different stages of their journey to you and that makes any comparisons futile. What we want to highlight. Here is the biggest distractions are the obstacles you create yourself spending time. Reading of us are achieving. Takes you away from your own path. If you want to make it easy for people to make a choice and subscribe by or attend uconn spend too much time looking over your shoulder you have to invent your own approach and find a way of doing things. That may be hasn't been done before when you stop being distracted and swayed by you start to compete with yourself finding new ways to deliver a unique to you in turn this more insight into how you prefer to go about. Things
"rodin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Me to that pig pen of yours. I stopped pulling my punches and ice. You yeah yeah so yeah not definitely not a cop but but that doesn't mean he can't train with the cop. I think one of the key messages of this film is that martial arts is a unifier and justify you know. Different gangs Different races different cultures and and also it can it can unify. You can even throw the police in there and everybody could get along if they are practicing martial arts and sweating profusely if they're practicing martial arts with the right state of mind seems to be luke's ethos that Martial arts is not just about fighting it also involves some kind of higher wisdom and and an orientation toward peace. yes now luke. Student rodin comes in and again this is the guy played by wilfredo roldan and They start talking with the cops student here. And we find out that luke and rodin or about to travel to. What luke says is fabulous downtown hong kong. And then they're going to go for a week self-improvement which we find it later. They're going to like a monastery of some kind to To train to the level of perfection. Yeah like they've clearly. Both luke and rodin are performing at such a high level. The only way they can improve is to is to go on journeys like this so after the student leaves we get a picture that lucan rodin are open to you. I i would say that it seems like they are adjacent to the criminal underworld but luke at the same time as sort of do-gooder who fights for justice rodin meanwhile not so much he comes off as mean course selfish and shortsighted. Yeah and So so if luke is somewhere in the lawful good zone or at least neutral good. He's kind of a night of the fist. Rodin is somewhere more like chaotic neutral. He will get into trouble yeah. He's a roque yes and we also learned from this interaction that let's see. We learned that there are gangs and they talk about the gangs and we learned that they have disdain for cops in for the man. Now they immediately go to hong kong And in the hong kong segments. I wondered if in the version of the movie you watched. Was there some dialogue audio. That was missing here. Like there are parts where they arrive and the master of this place speaks to them. Speaks to our heroes. But he's got his back turned. And i heard nothing yet. There were a couple of scenes in this where it may. It made me wonder if they didn't get the sound quality. They wanted or they were. They later decided that the actual dialogue was unnecessary or perhaps dumb There's a later scene. That i particularly remember where characters are having a prolonged conversation and there's nothing really visually interesting going on but we have music playing over it so it really felt like well. Maybe they didn't get the sound they needed on this particular scene so they're just gonna roll some subtitles. Disco music on top of it. Yeah no complaints. But lucas complaints lukasz complaints about rodin. Dan's attitude at this monastery It's clear that luke is fully committed to attaining the highest level of martial arts mastery..
Finding Europe in America
"Says you have to actually go to europe to taste of the old world after all many american and canadian cities and towns were settled by european immigrants. Sometimes they tried to recreate a bit of what the new from the old country. Even if we can't go to europe we can discover benefit prayed here. In our hemisphere samantha. Brown hosts public television travel series places to love where she films from destinations. Both around the world in closer to home. She joins us today on travel. With rick steves to look at some of her favorite places to find a bit of europe. In america samantha. Thanks for joining us. Pleasure to be here rank. Boy know all i do is go to europe again and again and again but i really. There's a lot of europe hiding out here in the united states during covid lockdown times so we can't travel overseas like we'd like to but we can find little knockoffs here in the united states from all around the globe knockoffs because some of them are terrific kind of constructions and others are honest to goodness immigrant communities. That are still the way they were hundred and fifty years ago when they were there were settled just in my state washington. We've got leavenworth which is a famous little german. It's kind of a touristy. Gimmick but poulsbo is originally a norwegian town and its norwegian to this day and we have linden up by the canadian border which is a very dutch was settled by holland immigrants. What are your favorite slices of europe in america. Well one of my favorites is a city that i had gone to my entire life. My family Was brought up right outside of it and then after doing two years of europe came back to and it just hit me like a ton of bricks that this was a european city and that is philadelphia pennsylvania. It is by far the most for me. The most year of paean city in the united states and so then i started like do a deep dive like why is it so it was just a feeling i had like. Wow i just feel like. I'm in europe. And there were so many connections One of the main architects was an emigrant from leon france. He designed the ben. Franklin benjamin franklin parkway which is now. We're all the museums are lined. And he designed that off of the sean z z. and along this beautiful roadway parkway where they're abuse. There's the rodin museum. there's the philadelphia museum of art. Which has the largest collection of renoir in the world. Incredible and others rittenhouse square. They're all these not just pockets. Because i think you know there's places we'll talk about today the have pockets but this is a city that is just so of france and the best connection that i love about philadelphia is that it is also it has the most mural arts i think in the world and its sister city is leon so if you ever go to leeann france and the kuala rouge is where you see those phenomenal murals and that art that is available to all end. It's all over the city. That's what the to share so the city a definite of brotherly love is a great. If you want that. European and more specifically french you know kick
"rodin" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"Or king monsters to now like rodin and get or the crazy mammoth monster. That was behemoth and the spider squid. Things crazy Skyway i remember downing's out member are behemoth because he looked like a giant elephants is craig yet. He's cool because he's like a soft elephant thing as far as the character. Wherever with this movie all characters. What's been dealt with and i was kinda wondering 'cause if if the very start of one it's during the opening credits at fighting racket. Between the two around in godzillas it has oppose pictures of those lawns and he says defeated as like an x. Next to him what he didn't really eat on me kind of dislike because the end of the movie ends of mike. Bow down to him right. They all followed anytime as king monster. Cincinnati moving says controlling by me more. Buy monster eggs right..
Avon Rebrands Amid a Surge in Reps
"Month brought big changes to a beloved brand avon. I made a name for itself by offering housewives away to earn independent income by selling skin-care perfume and cosmetics from home but the iconic american company is no longer an independent corporation or based in america the household name cosmetics company is now to companies owned by two different international corporations south korean consumer products giant elgin household and health healthcare which bought avon's north american business and brazil's largest cosmetic company nature cosmetic os which bought the majority of the company in a deal that closed this month. Lg is also a significant investor in the net. Sure deal. it's another end of an era story which has been a familiar. Refrain of late for nearly a century and a half. Avon's presence has been a constant in the beauty sector. Now you'll say lights from the beginning. Avon was a trendsetter decades. Before american women had the right to vote avon founder. David h mcconnell gave them a chance to earn an independent living. Mcconnell was a traveling book salesman who offered perfume to his customers. As a perk. The perfume was so popular that he soon created his own product line in the late eighteen hundreds. He recruited women. He met during his book selling days. As the first quote avon ladies in the century that followed the company became a direct selling amazon with more than six million home-based representatives at its peak. But the beauty behemoth suffered an ugly fall in more recent years value plummeted from its peak of twenty billion dollars. The company struggled to keep pace with changing consumer tastes one forbes. Report blames the company's decline on a failure to adapt to the changing role of women in the workplace. An ill conceived plan to crack the retail sector in stores like sears in jc penney after well known ceo andrea junks. Ouster in twenty eleven one citigroup analysts said quote. You guys are so totally screwed up in. So many ways that change has to be radical a report in fortune recount. The company also failed to anticipate new competition. Both from companies like amazon and from upstarts like rodin and fields. That's the skin care. Brand behind the wildly popular. Acne treatment proactiv rodin and fields was purchased by estee lauder three years later and converted into a direct selling company. The brand now grosses more than a billion dollars a year. Largely because tech savvy. Soccer moms sell the lotions and serums to their pows by a social media but avon may win the beauty competition and the end. Direct sailings appeal has faded in the us. But it's still a popular concept in many other countries and the new international focus means avon can better capitalize on hot markets like the uk where pandemic job losses led to a one hundred percent surge in new rep sign ups last year and of course avon will still be doing business in its country of origin. So if you need glimmer sticks or skin so soft well fear not. They're still just a socially distanced. Quarter away
Carl Pei is leaving OnePlus to start a 'new venture'
"Right. Well. So this is a this is a requested news story for us to cover. By Wesley on twitter, Rodin's please tell them. You're going to cover the fact that after seven years one plus Co founder Carl pay is leaving the company presumably to start a new venture one plus hasn't confirmed this move yet. But after an internal documents were posted on read it that showed pay absent from their leadership structure. Once documents emerged sources close to the matter said that he was he had left the company and start his own venture So he co-founded one plus seven years ago. And we're now wait and see for this to become official and be to see what he's going to do next. One how much of an impact you think carpet had on one plus you know like really how much will this actually change things? Versus. Not, changing things. You know it's one of the things that I think is kind of interesting is the cynical response that we've seen in some of the android circles like, Oh, well now it's it's just always been evident that one plus an oboe and bb k all the same. And that this was just a cynical a strategy for marketing and I've had several conversations with Karl pain drought various. Events that we would hold and get to go and travel to in years past and I think that there was something that was really unique about what it was. He was trying to accomplish even if a good chunk of that was marketing. We didn't have at the time one plus was really building up its fan base. We didn't have that android enthusiast marketing plug, right? You know like it felt kind of Nice as the gadget geeks to have a company really focusing their message on on this type of community in this niche population. So when when we see the the the recent transitions at one pluses made I think we've already seen the direction that the company is starting to evolve. The, the direction they're trying to pivot and go more mass market and that the little glimmers that we get of the Nord brand being handled almost like it's its own separate entity within one plus which is a part of the overall bb K or oboe unbrella. I think it's pretty clear to see that that's the direction that the oneplus label is already heading. So kind of make sense that Carl pay you looking at other opportunities. And I was looking to go and do something fresh
The Now-extinct Castoroides Was a Bear-sized Beaver
"Brain stuff Lauren Vogel. Bam here. mammoths, mastodons and Sabertooth hats weren't the only giants roaming ancient America. The Pleistocene was a global epoch kicked off two point six, million years ago. It lasted right up. Until Earth's most recent ice age ended about eleven thousand, seven, hundred years before the present day. When you live in a cold environment, being big has its advantages. Large animals tend to conserve body heat more easily than smaller ones. This is one of the major reasons why colossal mammals were so widespread during the frigid pleistocene. CASTA Roy was very much a product of its time. The largest rodent in Pleistocene north. America, this very big beaver grew to more than seven feet long from tail to stout that's over two meters and could have weighed as much as two hundred and twenty pounds or a hundred kilos or more. Rivaling the American black bear in size casta royalties utterly dwarfed the Beavers that lived today modern Eurasian, and American beaver species clock in just around three feet long a bit less than a meter and way somewhere between twenty nine, seventy, seven pounds. That's about thirteen to thirty five kilos. Proportionately castaways had a narrower tail and shorter legs albeit with bigger hind feet than its extant relatives. We also know that it didn't eat the same foods. What he plans are a crucial part of every living beavers diet. The critters use chisel like incisors that's their front teeth to gnaw through bark and take down trees. But. Even though castaways incisors grew to be a whopping six inches or fifteen centimeters long the teeth had dollar edges by comparison. Dental differences would have made it a lot harder for Castro to eat tree bark and indeed it looks like this was not really on their menu. Using isotopic signatures and castaways teeth from Ohio and the Yukon a twenty nineteen study found that the giant beaver mostly eight softer aquatic plants. The findings say a lot about the Rodin's ecological niche and why it might have died out. For starters, castaways probably didn't build dams. Unusual. About that the earliest known beavers appeared during the easing. A which lasted between about fifty, six, thirty, four, million years ago. New evidence suggests that the wood harvesting specialists came along much later perhaps around twenty million years ago. In all likelihood, these bark fanciers used would as a food source before any of them started constructing dams. Since as fed on aquatic plants, its survival would have depended on wetland habitats. The animal was highly successful for a time cast Roy these fossils representing at least two distinct species have been documented in the Great Plains the Great Lakes, the American South Alaska and numerous Canadian provinces. Unfortunately for the mega sized beaver north. America. became warmer and drier after the last ice age ended wetlands grew scarcer as a result. Today's beavers used their logging skills to reshape the land around them so that it meets their needs with some well placed would in the nearest stream, a determined beaver engineer brand-new Pons. Yet if Castro Reuters didn't harvest would or build dams, it couldn't followed suit. So theoretically decline in natural wetlands left the giant beaver more susceptible to extinction. Last of these creatures perished around ten thousand years ago.
"rodin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You know we can win and Kern ASIO. I'll tell you what if he can extend his streak of 30 home run seasons, I will be impressed. Yeah, yeah, that'd be really nice in a 60 game season. That would be quite an accomplishment. Obviously, I kid he's not going to do that. But but the longest active streak of 30 home runs or more in a season, he's actually hit 30 to at least 32 8 straight seasons and most seasons. He said. Close to 40. So I mean, yeah. The power that he is going to provide in that lineup is immense, and I think he's going to have AH, great opportunity to hit a lot of home runs, especially when you consider hey guarantee rate. In the heat in the summer. It's a great hitters ballpark, I think is important is poised to take advantage of it. And yeah, that's somebody who I Like initially I was a little when they made the sign, and he's 38 years old at what point and then I was like, you know what he just hits home run as a whole year and like you said. As a D h. You know what you can you look at someone like Poppy, You know, they've never tease. You can have a pretty good career. If that's something you do, as well as Guys like Ortiz and incarnation do you can you don't know The great thing is you don't have to go out and play the field. So you're not a susceptible to injury. So, yeah, I think you know Initially I was a little concerned because of the age. But you know, when I thought it was like, you know what th a guy who's his product productive as he's been There's very really very little downside. So when we come back, we'll talk about the other guy that pitched against Rodin in the Inter squad game the other day will also talk more about a player coming back to the White Sox. After being gone and missing. All of summer camp will discuss him. We come back. You want to jump in 3123323776 ESPN 1000 Chicago's home for sports. Go ahead like ESPN, Chicago on Facebook. I'm Bob Jones in our great American sailors going on now here, American Sam, you'll find.
"rodin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Case for for reopenings, society may or may not be good when you consider the vitality of covid nineteen I have to have to assume that this this event is like if not number one on the list of revenue generation for the city in the year. It's close I mean maybe with NFL team moving in their this all changes I don't know, but I have to think that that is just one one of the biggest with you know without much hesitation and because of that. It's just devastating to that economy. Unless, they can figure out a way to do it. I feel like these are the right steps. At least for now, the steps will probably change tweaked. Who knows maybe we'll be there in January I mean one of the the as much as I'd I kinda hate crowds. NCIS is is is one of those places where you gotta deal with crowds. What my favorite things! Over the last several years especially with the kind of GIG economy, stop is talking to Uber or lift drivers, you know. Maybe you're in the back seat and being like. Have you know what do you think like? How's this going for you and everyone kind of size and says it's a lot, but like you make so much money in these very very short spurts of conventions, so yeah, there are a lot of people in that city who who are are looking for this to come back to life. Well we have our hotel room already booked. I think we'll wait till we're closer to understanding. What's actually happening? Nineteen before we make our call, but we we may go. We'll see. Well you WANNA. Talk about what's actually happening. You should join the conversation in our discord, and you can join by Linke to a Patriot account at patriots dot com slash DT, ns around. Let's check out the male. Oh. Let's do it that surely Dude Rodin about actually GD conversation we had yesterday were talking about food. Because that's what we do, and talking about different kinds of pots and pans, truly dude says get a flat cast iron pan instead of a large griddle top. He was talking to Utah I. Think unless you need the room with a Pan, you can carry it back and forth from the grill and.
Pandemic HR Questions with Guest Expert Amy Hunter
"We are putting together some special episodes. Were you given me? It's crazy times. We're all living in with a pandemic and We have gotten a lot of questions from you from a lot of backgrounds and a lot of different sized organizations. So we're doing our best Andy doing our best to to really get together A mix of your questions and things that we think can benefit all sized organization so as always feel free to let us know. If there's something else we should we should cover or you have another question. We haven't answered. We will do our best to find you an answer. And with that We have several. Hr questions that came in and we have some that. Were incredibly technical. Very very much more from a legal standpoint and so we're going to be bringing in an expert from that angle today. We've got some questions that sort of probably border on both technical and Just sort of the human element sort of the soft side of things In how you just handled sensitive situations with your employees and so we thought no better than to have our very own amy hunter. Who's come before joining us again? So welcome amy. Thank you Stacey Handy for having me I really appreciate it. So I'M GONNA have amy for those who hadn't caught a past episode that amy joins US Four. Have Amy Gez. Start US off with a little bit of your background and and she can probably share a lot more about her herself than I can other than I know. She knows her stuff so were so lucky to have her finding time Making time for this really during during a lot of questions. She's getting as well from from clients and colleagues. So Amy. Can you give us a little bit of background? Our listeners. A little bit of background on you. Sure happy to do so I am a hunter have been in Las Vegas. My husband and I moved here about thirteen years ago. Now and have been I have been in the HR coaching training strategy world for nearly two decades. Now so Something that I'm really passionate about. And it's always evolving and changing and particularly in such uncertainty unprecedented times that we have similar to what we have today going on today. So I'm happy to be here and help answer as many questions can that your listeners have great thank you so much so I'm GONNA jump and this first First question we have is really more like three or four questions in one so I'm going to read the entire Sort of You know stagnant we got and then have break it down one by one and then we can kind of just walk. Go at so this. This listener Rodin instead given the pandemic are we permitted to have different work situations and hours for staff. For example we have some staff whose roles necessitate that they work full-time or overtime right now. Own and we have others. Who probably don't need to have many hours at all. How do I communicate with staff at their hours? May Vary based on need and their role within the organization as well as within our budget. And how do I do this in a way that nobody feels less important? Wow that's a lot of impact is in at any. Gosh it sure is it sure is. I think if I could stay. Take it one step at a time. Like you had mentioned the easy part of the question. The more standard this versus that part of the question is yes. You can absolutely make schedule. Changes based on operational demands by position. Now one of the things that isn't specifically outlined is whether or not those team members would be hourly or salaried so you definitely have to make some varying adjustments and use some specific language around the team member's status if they are salaried hourly as it was much easier to just to make an adjustment to their schedule and move them. Let's say from part-time to full-time so we know hourly as sort of just an adjustment whether it's to increase or decrease hours as far as salary I can you elaborate a little bit more things that people need to be thinking about related to that. I'm GONNA come from a Layman's point of view. As far as I'm I've always thought salaried employees. They work to get the job done so that means they get paid whether they work twenty hours a week or one hundred hours a week as long as the job is done. Is that accurate? That is one hundred percent accurate. Which is why you would want to use. Language like furloughing employees. Because what a furlough proper furlough allows you to do is make an adjustment even two salaried employees schedules We have some clients that are moving salaried employees to hourly so that they can continue to give them modified work schedules with some type of compensation during this period of time. So then the the second part right how how do I communicate this with staff You know based on the fact that they're they're made within the need right now their role within the organization but budget all of those things are sort of influencing these decisions so I always on. I'm a people person you know. So sometimes I put on that warm fuzzy hat that not everyone owns so I would say show up with even more empathy and carrying candor than you have ever given your team before it's really important to set the stage. Remind them that we're all in this together That we're all working through information coming at us from this unprecedented situation that crisis management situation that most organizations have never dealt with before. So if so. I would suggest as part of the tactical logistical part. If possible and if time allows to be able to have those conversations individually so unless it's let's say for example Small Call Center. Maybe have an opportunity to bring the whole team together and say. Here's the here's what's going on. Here's the impact of changes on your work schedule. Now I'd like to talk to each of you individually around how this might impact you and have some more personal conversation one on one being cognizant of when you bring a small group together like that during a space where people are very fearful and scared you may get some group. Think I like to call it. That group think mentality and so doing one on one conversations. Just from the get go may be able to mitigate some of that stress in fear that team members. Get when you have to have or when you take the approach of a group conversation. I love that I let that such sage advice and I. I realized that that some people are listening. It feels a lot easier to just do this. In large fell swoop. One Maths Communication And that always that that may be quicker but maybe not ideal right for for every single person in a an approach that usually people talk about associated with wall. I want everyone to be having the same conversation. I want them to hear the same message. And so that's why it's really important. One of my very first recommendations is practice practice practice the conversation in that way. You've got a rhythm down and so when you are doing those individual conversations you've got a script for yourself that you're following and then you know that the conversations are consistent another thing. That oftentimes comes up when I recommend those individual conversations of pushback is that you know it but what if someone comes up with a really good question that I didn't think ahead of time a My what sort I'm looking here for my comeback sounds like a very strong Perspective but my pushback to that would be that They yes that may be the case. And this isn't the end all be all you still can have opportunity conversation with these individuals that may be having reduced work schedule. You MAY BE LAYING OFF. You may be putting into Furlough Position. furlough status so it just continuously be thinking about this as more than potentially more than one conversation
'Viral: Anti-Semitism in Four Mutations': A Close-Up on Hatred
"In an unhealthy society? That has problems. They say who did this to us? And the Jews are always candidate. That's columnist George will who's featured in a new documentary on anti-semitism out in theaters across the country on Friday with us in the studio to discuss that film is its creator. Andrew Goldberg in two thousand nine. Andrew focused his lens on the resurgence of Anti Jewish hatred around the world and in mainstream media but after the two thousand sixteen election and the CHARLOTTESVILLE rally where protesters proclaimed the Jews will not replace us. Goldberg felt compelled to return to the topic for an even deeper exploration in viral for mutations of anti-semitism Goldberg travels through four countries. The United States Great Britain France and Hungary to speak firsthand with victims witnesses anti-semites an high profile figures including bill. Clinton Tony Blair Deborah Lipstadt and AJC Europe director. Simone Rodin Benkin in Pittsburgh. He examined the far right ideas that led to the attack on the tree of life synagogue in Hungary he looks at the Anti Immigration. Anti George Soros anti-jewish propaganda promoted by the government and in the UK. He explores the pain caused by the Anti Zionist messages from the UK's Labor Party the film also explores the repeated violence against Jews in France carried out by Islamists Andrew. Welcome glad to be here. Thank you so thank you for making this documentary and I'm curious. Can you kind of take our audience back to the original conception of it and how it evolved over time since I believe some events actually transpired in the making of the documentary will shortly after the election? We noticed there was sort of an uptick in anti Semitic incidents around the country. There were series a bomb threats which we know turned out to be bogus but those caught. Everyone's attention and suddenly everyone was noticing things and shortly after that a lot of tombstones were desecrated several different cemeteries and then the sort of global eyeballs started to notice these things talk about them more in the press and online and we immediately thought we should make a film about antisemitism and we didn't know what it would look like or what it would be. I think our initial thoughts were that would be about the United States but as we did more and more research and we knew this was a global issue. We knew it was happening in other countries. But as you unpack these things you realize that. There's an urgency to a lot of these stories and so we decided to really expanded and to look at four different situations. Those would be the far right in the United States. The far left in England in Hungary where the prime minister has launched a massive PR campaign against a Jewish philanthropist and in France where Islamist have been killing Jews in various terror attacks and other violent attacks against Jews to the tune of what unofficial numbers seemed to be more than three thousand a year. Now you've been making documentaries and doing journalism for twenty years As have I and I was a religion reporter for fifteen years in Chicago and I will tell you when I came here. I was stunned by just how much people hate. Jews. And I'm curious you I. I mentioned this to a former colleague at the Tribune recently and his response. He's in his eighties. He said we'll of course you grew up at a different time You know it's no surprise to me but yeah of course you didn't realize I'm just curious if this was a real shock to your system as you were doing the reporting the idea that Jews are hated was never foreign to me. I mean keep in mind. I'm fifty one and so I grew up where the Holocaust was not that far off. I mean I was raised in the seventies so I guess it was still thirty years old but it was not as it is now sixty plus years old where the next generation of people don't even know it was there Growing UP IN CHICAGO BEING JEWISH WAS It was not something to be celebrated at least among my friends and among my peers. I was made fun of for it a few times. It wasn't I didn't grow up in the midst of it but the Holocaust was connected to us in a way that it was very very real and so for that reason I understood that Jews were absolutely despised and I started making films in my first film that had anything to do with Jewish subjects was around two thousand and two or so and you know it was about Eastern European Jewish life before the war. So we're talking about you. Know all black and white footage of shuttles of Warsaw of what we might call the Yiddish world and that whole world is utterly destroyed in Eastern Europe and in Europe and in Russia and that made it pretty easy to see and in doing that film I started to learn about it. I automate fillmore at antisemitism in the media in the Middle East at one point and you realize that it is it is widespread. There's Anti Semitism where there are Jews. There's antisemitism where there are not Jews. There's Anti Semitism among people who are friends with Jews so my awareness of this has grown so in other words you entered into this project knowing there was a history of this but you had never seen it kind of in the current context as well. I had not seen it the way I see it now. I when I made a film in two thousand seven on antisemitism in the in the in the arab-islamic world per particularly North Africa and the Middle East I didn't focus that much on Europe and the US at the time antisemitism in the US was a very minor issue compared to what it is now. I don't want to say it was minor because there were plenty of people experiencing antisemitism but we didn't have it to the magnitude and we didn't have the Internet the way we do now but I knew that it was alive and well in the Middle East and that was surprising to see just how deep it is just how woven into the fabric of conversation and media it is. I was interviewing some kids in Egypt on the street and I said to them what are Jews they said User Satan Jews are evil. Juice should die. I said what if a Jewish kid was walking right here across the street and got hit by a car. They said we would call an ambulance. These two ideas existed right next to each other. And that's what's so interesting. One is in the abstract one is in the day to day Would you say that abstract versus day day is what's also infecting Western Europe United States? This wave of anti-semitism that we're seeing or is it. Is it very different? I think they crossover so for example. In Hungary there's virtually no violence against Jews In Hungary a survey showed that forty percent. Forty two percent of Hungarians held at least one or more anti Semitic views. Does that mean that? The people by larger anti-semites probably not but it means that the numbers are higher. Those numbers were higher than they were anywhere else in Europe or give or take a country. How many countries are there in Europe? A lot right so but there's no violence against Jews physical violence. That's what I mean physical violence against Jews but those lines do tend to cross over at points and so the fear is that it can translate these nationalist movement so in Hungary just to give some context the government has launched a huge campaign against George. Soros it's on Mute right now. It's not running right now but it ran not too long ago during the European Union elections. It came back up again. I asked one of the spokespeople of Hungary will come back and he told me that it would come back in a very consistent way so the whole idea that the Hungarian government has put forth. Is that this Jewish billionaire. George Soros is out to flood the nation with Muslim immigrants and since Muslim immigrants in the eyes of the Hungarian government are bad. You the Hungarian citizen the White Christian Hungarian citizen are in danger. And you're in danger because of a Jew. So here's these people are all worked up about a Jew who actually isn't doing anything like this but yet at the same time they're not vandalizing. All the Jewish shops are not beating Jews. And what have you? Although there's I've heard some rumblings that a little of that has happened so we'll have to see but I'm no expert on the data right. Well I think that's the argument. I mean argument. Deborah Lipstadt makes in the film. For example it starts with words it starts with comments and then does eventually escalate. That's the danger of not addressing it nipping in the bud. When you see. I think that's here right so I think that in America we've seen rage on the Internet translate into violence than I think you know the hatred in Hungary is really a government media campaign which took place on TV on the radio on the Internet. But also on billboards outside it was like an all encompassing life. You would drive down the street and you'd be bombarded with it here This antisemitism isn't billboards. I mean there's we'd see them occasionally but it's all on the Internet and people get the Internet sort of like you and your computer. You Lock yourself in this little space and then you start to get worked up and you start to hate and so we see that. Not all but many of these. Violent attacks in the United States are people who sort of incubated these ideas on the Internet. You raise a good point billboards in Hungary that was the been the vehicle of communication there for that. Soros campaign but I'm curious what about social media. What about the comments in violence on social media is it just as rampant in places like Hungary as it is here we'll so the makeup and the nature of the of the campaign in Hungary? We didn't break down so I don't know what percentage of it certainly on social media and not only was it on social media is a place where people can share about it right so in addition to whatever the government put on social media because the government had all these different forms they had radio they had. Tv They billboards aid magazines. It's social media mailings mailing mailing which is in the film How much of their media mix was the Internet? I don't know but if you're a person with anti Semitic views you can't do anything with billboard but some people did right hateful messages on billboards with magic markers in pain. They actually vandalize them. But by and large the billboards are you don't interact with them in the billboard. Don't post against back and forth a TV commercial. You don't respond to that. The Internet is where everybody took their hatred in their dislike of George Soros and they brought it to the Internet. And I think that's a place where you would see a lot more of this. Anti Jewish rhetoric the Internet is where it becomes the People's action not the government right. You have obsession in the film that talks about the brief history of blaming Jews. And you talk about the films that you've done in the past and the history of this but one critique of the film that I've read is that doesn't include enough historical context now I hear this critique all the time as a journalist you only have so much space or time right to address the whole of a situation but I'm curious what your thoughts are on whether to include more history or trajectory. The history of antisemitism is extremely complex. It grows out of misinterpretations if that's a word of people misinterpreted biblical scripture. It's changed and it's more throughout the centuries throughout Europe. If you WANNA talk about how it's been a part of the story of Christianity knew very thorny and complicated history which takes a long time to get in and out of now take that for a minute and think about. We have limited shelf space in our movie. I always say to people in movies not a casserole but take that from it in a notice that in the film we have that history. We have extensive history of the civil rights movement in the United States with history of the entire Orban's campaign and where that came from in Hungary in Oregon was we talk all about a migration and the history of colonialism in France as to give the backbone of that in England we talk about the Labor Party going all the way back to two thousand and eight. What we don't do is this deep analysis of Christian history but my response is also this. If I make a film about racism in about how African Americans are being shot in the street by police. Do I need to tell you? The history of why blacks are disliked by racists in this country. If I talk about misogyny do I need to tell you? The history of why people are misogynists to me and the same goes for LGBTQ. Americans no one's asking why. Why do I need to get into the fact of why Trans People are being murdered? Right now are being beaten up. I don't need to analyze that. Well that too comes from the Bible. Right hatred of homophobia grows right out of scripture. But I don't need to give that analysis so it's a it. We talk about double standards and antisemitism and I don't want to say this is anti Semitism but it's almost a reflex that people feel like anything has to do with Jews. With antisemitism with Israel has to be held to some type of second order of scrutiny and I found that a little bit frustrating. There've been some debates on college campuses about whether or not Jewish students who are pro. Israel can join feminist marches. Lgbtq right marches. You other causes. They feel excluded from those causes because of their Zionist positions and so. That's where intersection. -ality has come up a lot in conversations here is how do you address that exclusion? Even though it's very different causes communities have gotten together and there has not been room for the Jewish issue of antisemitism has four complicated reasons not been welcome into that crew. Because many in this left is idea. Do not like how they don't like what's going on with the Arab Israeli conflict let's not even parse the Israeli conflict. Unfortunate part of this. Is that a Jewish students who have nothing to do with Israel who are oblivious to Israel are still being singled out now. It's very dangerous to to assume. Length phrases like colleges are a battleground. We visited colleges as we spoke to a lot of students. It's a very complicated and mixed bag. But there's no doubt that on some college campuses and we don't have hard data on how or where or what we have a lot of anecdotes. We have a lot of very upset parents. We have a lot of very upset students. But what that actually translates into numbers. We don't know what we do know. Is that Jewish? Students are being asked to somehow be called to task for what Israel is said to be
French Antisemitism Survey, 75 Years After Auschwitz
"Week. AJC's Paris office released a new survey measuring Jewish rush and non-jewish opinions about antisemitism across France. Joining us now. To unpack the survey findings is Simone Rodin Benz Akin the paris-based Chris based director of AJC Europe Simone. What's fascinating and even groundbreaking I think about this survey that? AJC Paris just conducted -ducted is that we asked the questions of both Jews and non-jews about their thoughts and feelings around antisemitism and so now that we have the results. We can actually compare the way French. Jews think about antisemitism from the way French non-jews do so let's start off with the ways in which their thoughts are the same. What are the areas where French Jews and French non-jews are kind of similarly concerned or on the same page about the sources of or? We are worried in the same way about antisemitism so first of all I would say that The one thing that I think Jews and non-jews share is the understanding standing that anti-semitism has really sort of become a problem in. Finally I mean for friends. Jews of course it's more than a problem it's reality it's something that they have to deal with and we can go further into what that actually means and and to what extent Jews are actually affected by antisemitic But what is clearly seen. Is that French people in general have really understood that anti-semitist becoming problem and that they experienced even in their daily lives one out of five French people So not graduates has heard someone is in his entourage Say something bad about Jews for example so it's basically it means that you know one out of five. French French person was not Jewish. Can Be anywhere in front has heard something bad about juice so this is good the antisemitic ya'll has really become a reality. Both for Jews and non-jews What I think to have separate the Jews anonymous? Of course they experience and this is very clear is that Jews and not Jews simply. You don't have the same live in France at the same concerns The same daily lives are the same the same perception of security a threat the way they perceive their family and they then they way that they behave and I guess one way that we're seeing that manifest ask. Is this kind of startling top line result. which is that? Nearly three quarters of the French public and seventy two percent of juice of seventy three percent percent of French people at large and seventy two percent of French Jews consider antisemitism a problem that affects all of French society which she's really a startling number. I guess it's actually a positive number to see that so many French people at large are concerned about the problem. Is that right yes. I think that's absolutely right right. And I think that's sort of Out of the rather sobering aspect of the servicing. This is really the part that gives us a little bit of hope. Let's not forget that anti-semitism has been the problem in France for nearly twenty years The numbers have proved that people have been killed in France. People get a daily assaulted in in the street in their homes and in front of synagogues and schools and so to see that French people in general now understand that. Ah anti-semitism is not just a problem for you know. The nearly one percent of the population fronts meaning Jews but at that they they have come to understand that it is an attack against fringe value. That it's an attack against bronzes very identity and democracy. I think it's a positive sign for many many years Jews in France have felt very loaning. There was a clear feeling of solitude. I personally remember with the number of demonstration of walks where we were very much known. We would walk in the streets after the merger of Ilan Halimi. By the way for yesterday we commemorated his fourteen th year when he was abducted and ultimately than killed twenty eight days later but I remember that after he was killed we were a couple of you know few hundred. Maybe a thousand in the streets than we were. Basically you know ninety nine point nine percent so now understand that French people in their entirety very largely seventy three percent understand that anti-semitism concern learned over the front. And the very hard to France is very important not to move away from the kind of uplifting elements of this too but there aren't that many uplifting uplifting elements so we might have exhausted that line of questioning I wanted to also ask Simone. Where are the places in the results? In which Jewish opinion and French opinion at large differs. Often we'll see that. Jews are concerned about different sources of antisemitism from the way that non-jews kind of think about I anti Semitism to make the direct analogy here in America. We often see politicians from one party or the other or public figures associated with either the left or or the right kind of saying you know of course Anti Semitism is important. And that's why everyone should agree with my kind of predetermined political outlook on the world. Because because you know that also they would say holds the answer to antisemitism which is pretty cynical. So I'm wondering did we uncover kind of the same thing in France with the survey well I. It's interesting so three sources were cited four One is one is the far left one is the far right and then we also asked about sort of general the age old anti Semitic prejudice. But that's focused on the first three Islam. As far less enfor writes on Islam. Both relatively agree. There is a ten percent nine percent difference but dude and don't use agree reduce By forty five percents see that Islamism is the first source of anti-semites whose place it ED. Thirty six percent and the extreme-right also they share a relatively same view on it where they differ immensely is on the way they perceive the far left and the far left anti-semitism and their dues. French do see that it is by thirty percents a source of anti-semitism and on the fringe people in general only nine percents. And I think this has partly not something to do with the fact that a French to have experienced have understood for a very long time that this anti-semitism affect them mm-hmm that it's not the traditional anti-semitism that can be easily identified with swastikas with Neo Nazis. But they knew that this sort of untie. Zionist obsession has easily become something else and has easily become anti-semitism. And I think unfortunately I need the rest of society as such has not yet come to understand it even bill. I still have hope that this will becoming Surveys are released east every day in every country all around the world and and even around Anti Semitism there have been a number of surveys. That have come out in recent months. Has this one made any any kind of particular splash in France. Yeah I think we can easily say that we brought out yesterday and it was on the front page of the biggest. You could most read most widely read newspaper in France and it was on the front page front page said to Jews of fronts are worried our Fred And there were another two pages in there and basically For the past forty eight one a forty eight hours despite everything l.. What's going on in the world? Basically D- Top story anti-semitism has tended on twitter. They have been. I can't even count them anymore. The number of articles. ooh That's been invited on all sorts of shows etc to talk about it Because again I think it comes at a time when there is growing understanding signing of the fact. That anti-semitism is a symptom over bigger problem that we have seen a lot of violence we have seen a lot of radicalization shen with Islamist radicalization but also in the political spectrum. And I think people have come to understand that you know. If we don't tackle so the problem of anti-semitism the cancer will only spread than it will only affect the rest of society more. So I think it's at East. My interpretation and that is one of the reasons why has received such widespread coverage and discussion and conversation also in the political
"rodin" Discussed on Design Speaks
"That little little bit. <hes> as i watched that video and then read lead weight and i was like oh yeah that's where yeah yeah what about you ran so some of the things for me and white so the colors listed under white or lead white ivory silver falls under white which was interesting to me whitewash which is a belene which was a new one for me chalk and beige beige fall under a white didn't which is interesting to brown yeah so it's not but that's just i'm going to read some of the the colors as we go into different color sections to suit can hear like the different colors that they talk about because some of them are colors that we don't don't use anymore or names. We don't use anymore interesting fun <hes> so i liked i liked reading that. <hes> white is the color that can simultaneously inspire awe and instill terror. Oh yeah oh yeah it is. It's very much like black back kind of jarring. Which is you know. Black is more sick and modern. It's like it can do the opposite mum itself itself just by being like the purest form of what it is <hes> i'm so i thought that was really interesting. Something that i thought was really fun. I'm just in regards to color in general that that she said was that there were these things called color men and i was like i wanna be that leaders and traded in colors were known on his color. Men <hes> salinas yeah basically clear to his ice men. If you don't know we interviewed her she is what does she do at penn antone. She names colors. What's her she's. The director of the pantheon color institute so iceman is a color man yes. She are kellerman color woman. You're offended ended by that. That'd be great yeah so <hes>. There were a lot of good things in <hes> i have. I have a ha on something. You liked something about what what was that all. This real quick says it was not until the mid nineteenth century that researchers discovered that classical statuary buildings were usually brightly painted many western aesthetics aesthetics refused to believe it. The sculptor auguste rodin is said to have beaten his chest and sorrow and said feel it here that they were never colored here. Oh gosh color no just white. There was never cooler here. Only white only white is good. This is so funny. I think i'm illegitimately do like a series of lettering on quotes because she has a quote from a famous person on almost every color and i thought that might be fun. I like fat so let's see we can go onto. The next color should be read. That's me again. Yes all right <hes> you. You have a lot that's okay. That's okay to me read. <hes> i just think of insight out and angry the angry of the anger so i immediately go red means anger but i know it has more like target is red and it makes me feel clean and like put together together. I enjoy going to target. I don't mind the colors there. I guess i guess like outside of that. It could be wrong but within target. I feel great about it and so like i like a classic red lip. When i do make really central lake i i when i do like one way like style with my makeup. I tend to go like so classic. Classic red loss at coca cola. Yeah read now kind of classic to me. I think what does read really mean. Okay so right is so it's funny because i've always said red is my favorite color which makes sense for me but also see green is my favorite color shoulder like exactly opposite but you don't wanna see those two paired together or you can. I i usually see green and maroon those of the ad together but marines different so <hes> i'll just read a couple of things from radin general and then all the one thing that i really loved loved. There were two things. I really loved about the red section so they're scarlet cocaine. He'll vermillion rosso corsa hammer tight hematite it probably.
"rodin" Discussed on Q95
"Today news I just read there was a way for us all sculpture remember how can we Johnny I wonder that's why I brought it up Johnny I'm sure you heard about this but they have it right here the Ohio state fair yeah there may even be an update on this thing what would the that is that I was able to DO melted Hawthorne's never been more delicious analyze state fair there's plenty of bread next to it I from Ohio that has to be some sort of under class or something because they go touch it get a knife and like a Pat office it's a fair question I'm trying to find a picture this thing explained to Ohio state fair commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing they have a life size butter sculptures of Neil Armstrong and his fellow astronaut the butter display features that one of the sculptures is Wapakoneta native Neil Armstrong here they are in a book and there behind glass in but they are they're they're astronaut suits of the I thought saluting the American flag and planting it on the surface it pretty amazing and they look like they're they're they're in the suits from Apollo eleven yeah yes you know it's not like some kind of weird Rodin naked thanks for why would you think that thank you for explaining that to me to get a lot more publicity Neil Armstrong nude thinking I still don't think they went there you don't get up that foreign women fall campaign and make it back safe well I just don't think there's now they believe the shadows I watch out stands Josh contrast in it was fate really I swear to god willing was faceless until I'm Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam right soundstage in Culver city California even chili pepper sand and some about Hollywood statement one tape they've proved it you know how he would stay in and I'm Noah you're staring at me because yes I'm a flat earth and I love the Globetrotters the summer is heating up with the best scenes this five.
"rodin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Come and enjoy it with this that will statues of the rocks so their journey the figure will come around the card western figures will do red cloud Lewis and Clark people that there are significant for the way want to share the beauty absolutely he wanted to share that so how did it end up being four heads not Lewis and Clark well that's all thanks to the artist that actually did it that's important that's in Boardman Idaho born artist and sculptor had studied in San Francisco and then parents where he met Rodin and was commissioned in nineteen twenty seven to begin work in South Dakota so it's actually got some bargain came up with the idea of doing president and he toured around through this area with his son to find just the right spot when he found this large granite mountain looked at that rock not where it should be granted now sits amid the open prairies and ponderosa pines of the black hills themselves a national treasure the sheer fact of like someone coming out here I mean like it's kind of something into that mountain face that's bigger that you can see miles away is crazy we can see alone yeah family from Michigan Marvel are you kidding me I don't think there's words to describe remarkable and I cannot believe that somebody had the vision to tackle this man actually sitters find inspiration and all in the setting and the size pictures just don't do it justice that's all but you just don't grasp how how big and how.
"rodin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"No, I don't do. Said to I don't want to middle seat. I want to. So if you get an an I'll I like this that this reveals both between both of you guys that chivalry is dead. You didn't want? You. Don't want to offer. Offer when it all happened to go. Let me get up, and I'll do it. And my wife is like no, I don't I don't want to sit here. And look at the remains of all, and again, I felt really bad for the little guy. He was horribly. Six or seven social little kid. Okay. Hugh offer now everywhere and then when the plane landed and we were getting again, oh was puke everywhere. The second time he had the he was puking after he puked all over everything. He pooped again into a bag. There was puke everywhere. Socks. And I you know, me two and a half hours of of puke. I have a puke phobia. Not what did I call fetish? Yeah. I don't have a puke fetish puke. Phot- ad. I get scared of the. Yeah. That's why my wife was more than willing to to, you know, take the other seat and not take Myles thirty. You win. You win. The dirty dirty. Really quick is the White Sox luck with young pitching. 'cause they've done a lot of good. But you know, with kopech and now Rodin having to undergo Tommy John surgery. They had some bad luck with injuries. And that's thirty maller. Your dirty dirty, gentlemen. Perhaps this is just new to me. But I became aware yesterday that Jamal Murray's father forced him to make thirty straight free throws when he was seven years old before he could leave the courts that seems excessive. And how long did take him? I don't know. We was seven years old..
Sebastian Errazuriz Sculpts Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs & Elon Musk as Roman Emperors
"Co-founder, Steve Jobs is being featured. And then interesting sounding art show. Cult of Mike has word of the beginning of the end a show by Chilean artist Sebastian era, zero's a number of big tech names or featured in the show, including Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Alon mosque and Sergei Bren. According to the peace eras decision to make the figures look Roman and heroin purposely exaggerates the mythology of each person represented much of his work as an artist as social commentary. It is clear reserves has lost sleep over technologies. Hold on us. The cult says bazo says carrying a spear as he rides a horse rearing up on its back. Lags musk is depicted as a wounded angel brand is wearing Google glass in the robes of an emperor Zuckerberg appears as a buzzed his stiff face seemingly detached from his subjects and what Mr. jobs his is opposed. Reminiscent of Rodin the thinker not bad though. The piece points out that that Iconex statue initially served as the centerpiece for a bigger work by Rodin called the gates of hell called the prophet in the reserve show, the artist says the first culture of the series is Steve Jobs, historically in different religions. There's a profit that brings board. A message a gospel that rests with the audience and becomes part of their lives. It'd be think about it his tablets, which he distributes to all of us change our lives entirely. And the moment we all. Start carrying a device. That captures information. It starts to change the way we think and arrack with other people. It's almost like the start of a new religion. Hamlet said one may smile and smile and be a villain. Just because they're reserves as dressing the tech Lord's heroes. Doesn't mean he sees them. As such the show will be presented at the Elizabeth collective in New York City. The beginning of the end begins next Wednesday. The first of may it ends on Friday. The twenty fourth
"rodin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"You know, there are social animals, and they wanna be social what happens. Sometimes is we ignore the things that are causing stress in them. And so then the outcome is poor. So they're terrified of CARNOT as and we go to a place where there's Karnavas nearby and want them to relax, so with, you know, with younger pets, if you're adopting or or a young adult that you got to shelter. You wanna take him to the places that typically cause can cause stress in a dog or what's around strange things. It's all age groups. It's young. It's middle aged is old in wheelchairs, if you're gonna be around tractors or ATV's. Or motorcycles things you make put positive associations with those things you let them you give a some friends some treats and having them meet you on the street have them meet different places where you intersect around the building on the sidewalk and all of a sudden, oh, my is. There's there's a tweet here while in pretty soon, they get to thinking, you know, I go out and environment. It's just like magic these treats rain from the sky. I don't even have to do anything in here. They come down. You know in the veterinary hospital, we call it putting the treat into treatment. But it's so neat thing about these things. Luckily, you know, food is such a motivator for dogs. And this is one thing we think about cats too. You know from fearful two fear free is about dogs, and we'll we work in on one sometime about cats, but Alana Rodin who you and I both knows a very well known feline specialist. She told me early on this fear free thing that eighty five percent of cats in her practice took treats. And I thought and I think she's on some catnip or something very no way you can get eighty five percent of cast take treats. And we're about twenty percent of cats one out of five take a treat, but lo and behold by reducing the fear, anxiety and stress triggers for those cats in creating a different environment and having incredible food rewards. It's amazing. We're probably a near that in some of the stuff. We have for cats like when I practice I'll have an show v pay. Faced deli Turkey. Shrimp, albacore tuna being butter, easy cheese, Benita, fish flakes, and my favorite one. And I don't know if you've tried this yet Bernardine is whipped cream and putting it in the old ice cream. Cones like your mom used to give it tastes like eating yellow styrofoam. You put whipped cream in there. And these cats will lick that with cream and their eyes are closed. It's just like their nursing their mother this look they have. And and there's been some really well known. Veterinarians green always something else. We use this one veterinarian this very well known a dermatologist that oh, this is another one bekker's crazy things whip cream Greenall is. And he's now the whip cream green olive king of dermatology. And it's just amazing to see them happy and calm distracted. And we change our needles out. You know, they don't see the needle coming. There's fair in the air, those calming music plan in you're done, and they go, aren't you gonna vaccinate? It. I did you did they can't even believe. You've done it. What a great feeling for. This has been a great interview. And I know we could go on for many many more minutes hours because you just have such great stories wonderful ways to make our pets. He'll less fearful less anxious less stressed. And that's what we want for our dogs and cats, so thank you very much for bringing forth this fear free initiative strongly recommend that everyone. Get your book from fearful two fear free. It is spectacular. If you have any questions that you'd like.
"rodin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Rodin, which is Japanese harm movie where Terry aflame reading pterodactyl is like torching Tokyo. And at the end of the movie, you know, the Japanese army's got flame throwers, and they burned up Rodin and my grandmother screams at good fear. You Basset how do you like it? And then we go home, then we watch roller derby roller derby consists of a bunch of women on rollerblades going around in a circle like slamming each other with elbows, and everybody's nickname was Tuffy. And I didn't get it. And they don't get it. And I don't have enough time. So but her true love and our true love with professional wrestling. And we'd watch it on TV, and my grandmother like screaming at Rodin would get down and wrestle on the floor with the wrestlers on TV's wonder, the great show is bedlam from Boston. And one of her favorite wrestlers was a freak a guy named the French angel and a French angel had acrimoniously which is giantism Andre Andrea giant. I guess had it to we're a glandular disorder where your face completely grows out of proportion in your hands. Gerrad proportion doesn't make you big and strong. It just makes things. At a proportion and big and because you're ugly. You're cast as a villain. My grandmother didn't like villains. But she liked the French angel. I guess she identified with him. And she would tell me things about the French angel when he was wrestling he could speak seven hundred and thirty two languages, and he was in his international chess champion and here. He he he graduated from the Sorbonne. I don't know where she came up with this. And then I remember one time she told me the story about him. She said that he was such a good hearted soul. I mean, she's so into the beauty in the beast. That was a thing. She said he's such a good hearted soul, and he felt bad for lepers. So he went on a wrestling tour of all the leper colonies in the world. And then she would be starting to cry. And then I'd be starting to cry. And then she said he was. He had such a kind heart. He would wrestle for the lepers and the lepers was so grateful, but they couldn't touch him because he had leprosy. So they would bend down and kiss his shadow..
"rodin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But her true love and our true love with professional wrestling. And we'd watch it on TV, and my grandma the like screaming at Rodin would get down and wrestle on the floor with the wrestlers on TV's wonder, if the great show is bedlam from Boston and one of her favorite wrestlers was a freak a guy named the French angel. And a French angel had acrimoniously which is giantism Andre the giant. I guess had it to where you're glandular disorder where your face completely grows out of proportion in your hands. Gerrad proportion doesn't make you big and strong. It just makes things out of proportion and big because you're ugly. You're cast as a villain. My grandmother didn't like villains. But she liked the French angel. I guess she identified with him. And she would tell me things about the French angel when he was wrestling like he could speak seven hundred and thirty two languages, and he was in his international chess champion and. Know, he he graduated from the Sorbonne. I don't know where she came up with this. And then I remember one time she told me this story about him. She said that he was such a good hearted soul. I mean, she's so into the beauty in the beast. That was the thing she said he was such a good hearted soul, and he felt bad for lepers. So he went on a wrestling tour of all the leper colonies in the world. And then she would be starting to cry. And then I'd be starting to cry. And then she say he was. He had such a kind heart. He would wrestle for the lepers and the lepers was so grateful, but they couldn't touch him because they had leprosy. So they would bend down and kiss his shadow..
"rodin" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Teeth to loose track. Debussy Stravinsky Ravel, you can think of Rodin sculptures, think of it because that's the greatest period in modern human history in terms of culture and peace on earth. Rain great inventions were seen during that period. And I tend to dwell in that period. I love the art from that period. And when I compare it to the art of this world that I'm living in I realize nah port day. They had a lot of meaning to me even in college anywhere out of this world. Now, we talk about this from today until the end of the world of soccer to change anything anything. But Trump and Mueller anything but dossier anything but Mueller anything but dossier, anything but dossier police have you noticed how the vermin and the media have already dropped small it from the news. Have you noticed that Murdoch's outlets, the New York Post and others don't even talk about the greatest fraud of our time? Smaller have you noticed how they dropped it? Why why did they drop it? Tell me why they dropped smiling already. And so they're showing craft visiting a a massage parlor. Now, why would the newspaper people switched small it off the headlines who pulled off a scam like that? That made race relations go into a tailspin instead focus on an old man who went to a an Asian rub taller. Why why because the same people who own the newspapers own Hollywood own TV? It's an interlocking group of corporate directors directors. They run the world's imaging which is why I love them so much. They're filled with the most politically insane people on the planet. People live beyond that of kings, enjoying the greatest of luxuries while putting down the country that.
Mario Rodin, Britain And One Hundred Eighty Five Pounds discussed on Ric Edelman
"Forty year old Mario Rodin sexually assaulted a child and Britain a victim with nice at a home in the three thousand block of Cala boulevard road is described as five feet eleven and weighing one hundred eighty five pounds PG and E is facing another run of losses. As a result of the campfire wish to destroy the tundra
"rodin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Now because you associate the Canadian province of Newfoundland and labrador with one particular animal, but it is not dogs that are inundating one of the towns in the province at the moment. But a different sort of visitor some sales I've been hearing more from the mayor of Rodin, Sheila FitzGerald, or we have visitors here this year, not unlike any other year normally we will get one or two two or three seals set will come to town. And and unfortunately, the ice forest behind them. This year is a little bit different. We have inaccessible forty seals. That's come to town. Actually, what happened is they came in with the high tide. We've had really high winds and high tide and they came in this tide and as soon as they came in the ice froze behind him. So we have a sheet of ice as about four to five miles long behind the seals. So when we say they came to town we really came to town. They came into town. We have to open Brooks in our town. So. The seals are living playing swimming in these two open, folks. But as you can appreciate these little open Bronx saltwater Brooks is not enough food supply for forty plus sales. So in fact, what's happening is the seals are leaving the book, and they're actually coming in the town and are seen in the role people's driveways their backyards entry ways to businesses. They're everywhere. Now, I don't want to give your listeners the impression that you can't drive your car down the road or you can't walk down the road because we're dodging the seals is not like that. But there are so many seals is that when you walk down the road Dhabi surprised that you find a seal, or if you go to a business that you might go there at time when there is a seal, so we've taken we have new residents in town the seals, unfortunately, they don't pay taxes, but it's really unfortunate to see these cute little creatures now are trapped or stranded. Here sounds like or it looks like that they've lost their direction. And they don't know how to get back to the edge of the ice. And if someone wants to help them back understand they count because it's illegal to actually touch them. Isn't it? Yes here in Canada and Newfoundland in particular, we have legislation that's called marine mammal legislation. And what that states is that no person is allowed to go close to the seals of anywhere from a quarter to a half a mile now, you're walking down the road. What your dog, and you right into seal is really hard to stay half mile to a quarter of a mile away from the seal. So we're not we're we're told that we shouldn't go close him and four could reason these seals as cute as they are can't become very aggressive. They and they bark, and they will wait if you've got to close now they finish town for over a week. And of course, now the food supply is dwindling. So there are not as active or as aggressive as what they were when he first came to town because they're getting hungry now because they've been here for awhile. So we're seeing them a little bit more therapeutic a little bit more tired, but needless to say, they're still on the move. We're still finding throat our town you need to get them back because presumably by the. The sound of things they can only last so long out of the water. Absolutely. I mean, and and we don't want to see that. We don't want see seals perishing in and around town. And you know, it's become a safety hazards for the seals. But also for the people because right now here in Newfoundland, we have had a lot of snow a lot of ice rotas, no coverage, and we use Sant here to help with the traction and being able to drive when it's really slippery. And so on these little seals are actually blending with our roles because their pelts are harp seals. So there there are light in color like a almost like a a light grey with dark spots. So when it starts to get dark in the evening or just before sunlight in mornings or throw tonight, very difficult to see. So we have more saying like, I nearly hit us just dodged the seal. And so, you know, it's a hazards for CO because their safety is at risk. Of course, it's a hazard for our concern for the people because we don't want our children to get curious to get up close. Seals make bitten and so on. So how'd you get them back as you say, you do get a couple of every year, you presumably have certain procedures in place. The well, we do when you're talking about one or two or three or four nature takes his core. So I don't know little seals kind of wander their way, they find their dirge direction. Naked rain teasha back, and they make it back to the edge of the ice or or if nature takes its course. But. Seeing that it's been this long. It's been over a week with forty plus still sitting up in town. They're not gonna get back. So we have a an organization here in our province of government departments called department of fisheries notions. And we've been calling them. So if the seals came in, you know, into somebody parking lot or somebody's driveway we call them they will put them back in waterhole. They had hoped that you know, with a little bit of time. They would get a sense of where the is to and make their way back to the ocean. But now that that's not happening. We've meaning the council because as the mayor we had a councilman to talk about the issue of the seals. We had a council meeting, and we're asking DFO actually come up and implement a strategic plan. This been default would be department fisheries and oceans if this had been a whale or dolphins cut into a fisherman yet they will come up with a big plan to free the whales or free the dolphins. So that they could swim back out into the wild. What we're saying is that this is this is big and as important as. Whales and dolphins and we're asking the F O two cooperative strategy to actually captured the seals and transport the back out into the wild out to the edge of the ice. So I was talking with our government officials, and their actual fact quantity that so now they because we we live in a little tiny town. You have to appreciate where town of nine hundred in one thousand nine people. So you'll never forget that number. If I told you one thousand you might forget but nine ninety nine we know every single person, we know their first names, we know who lives in their house, and if there's a ceiling their driveway today, we will know because we're so small in news travels fast some little town. So. You know where they are. So is this sort of par for the course of being the mayor of a small town in Newfoundland, or is this is this a pretty exciting event. Oh, no. This is part of the course. And as being the mayor of a little tiny town. It's actually like a volunteer physician. So this isn't that my real job? So this is all part and parcel. You take care of everything everything from the seniors to the children to the seals. And so we're hoping that with all this publicity because it seems that our little tiny town in the smallest corner or Canada has taken the tension of many people from across the nation seems like maybe even around the globe because of this really unusual event that's taking place that these seals are taking resonance in this little tiny town. And that's the mayor of the town Sheila FitzGerald mayor verdicts in in Newfoundland. You're listening to NewsHour from the.
How a weather delay impacts Tiger Woods, the course and the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club
"Judy to Washington nationals figure, to be a playoff contender, if not World Series contender this season but. Injuries and underperformance has them four and a half games out of the wildcard there in town to take on the cubs, who, have to game edge on the brewers in. The central Washington. Leads to nothing in the six the White Sox also in town they host. First place Cleveland Indians Carlos
U.S. May wholesale inventories revised higher
"Money on wgn here's orient samuelson the commerce department reported this morning that wholesale inventories were a bit higher than initially estimated in may thanks to strong increases in the stocks of machinery and a range of other goods commerce department said wholesale inventories went up six tenths of a percent instead of the five tenths percent gain it reported last month wholesale auto inventories fell one point two percent in may after increasing two tenths of a percent in april and machinery inventories jumped one and a half percent in may after going up four tenths of a percent in april visor inc said today it would reorganize into three units separating it's consumer healthcare business that the us drugmaker has brian has been trying to sell since last year and the news comes a day after the company decided to defer drug price increases for no more than six months following criticism from president trump for raising liz prices of some medicines the rupert murdoch's twenty first century fox has raised its offer for britain's sky in an agreed deal valuating the pay tv group at thirty two and a half billion dollars and that apparently butch rival bidder comcast in negative bidding on that one for now and finally the murdoch's skied bid at thirty two and a half billion dollars said the bid threw down the gauntlet for comcast the world's biggest entertainment company to return with a higher offer time will tell that's your money on seven hundred twenty wgn wgn sports here's dave any a classic today at wimbledon eight time champ roger federer the first two sets from former university of illinois all american kevin anderson but dan anderson fought back to force fit set that set back and forth and finally anderson broke federer's serve in the twenty third game and won the fifth set thirteen eleven to take the match federer had one thirty four consecutive sets at wimbledon and had match point in the third set it's england against croatia today in the second world cup semifinal for england it's first semi since nineteen ninety a win today sends them to the final for the first time since nineteen sixty six when the english wanted their winner takes on france for the championship on sunday kris bryant expected back in the lineup for the cubs today as they go for two out of three in san francisco brid last played june twenty second before being sidelined by a sore left shoulder mike montgomery starts for the cubs this afternoon and kyle's schwaiger and javier r by as your both competing and the homerun derby next week the all star game in washington the white sox try to salvage their last meeting with the cardinals tonight a guaranteed rate field after a fourteen to saint louis rob last night carlos rodin faces luke waiver the pre game at six thirty five the first pitch seven ten here on wgn bowles trying to pick up their second summer league when when they played dallas tonight back in soccer the fire hosts philadelphia all of the blackhawks the northwestern wildcats white sox baseball dave david wgn sports wgn traffic here violeta podrumedic thank you traffic is sponsored by arlington.