13 Burst results for "Roelant"
"roelant" Discussed on Conversations with Dez
"Second big trend is more along the lines of the multi cloud adoption which is companies are like deploying rapidly complex highly distributed environments. And it all needs to be connected and it all needs to be secured because what we're doing is accelerating the digital transformation to adjust to the new normal and people have said that what might have taken ten years is now being done in the last eighteen months. So the pace and the acceleration is rapid The security and the networking convergence coming together across the board. Having a single platform for optimizing all of the networking and security needs is something that we see again and again we've seen a lot of adoption and momentum associated with the Sassy which is bringing software defined networks. St ran and got you know. Clouded delivered security functionality. And whether the use it is in the bran georgia's working remotely applying to move that to the security profiles configurations across the board with introduction off the zero trust there on front and center and then the last but not least is tremendous amount of innovation with the five g. iot and the etch wright's enabling new waves of innovation creating new use cases and requiring new approaches. Beyond the that as we know so security is gonna play a big grohl as you think about smart cities and manufacturing facilities and campus environments around the world that are connecting sort of you know millions of end points and not end coins onto the network so the trends at all surrounded down. We are in a hyper connected economy. We are highly distributed. When you think about the enterprise so security is at the core of it and security is a business issue. It's not technology issue. And what i mean by that is it's about the the cc the boardroom conversation in terms of what is the risk profile. And and how. Am i going to have business continuity as i have to deal and prepare for cybersecurity threats and attacks the certainly being exhausting couple of years. That's for sure. I often equate it to a formula one race in that As you know you to in formula one we get the best of the best of engineering insulting sales and drivers throw them around a track and they a flat out and A lot of people pooh-poohed thinking that sla heavy investment something. That's outrageous sport. What they didn't realize that it's a place to hone and fine tune the engineering. That makes it all the way to their consumer products and cars and trucks and automobiles. What about. But you know there's no secret that the last two years have of course result in dramatic impact on a number of core infrastructure roelants will wind for carriers and service providers in the tokyo space as you mentioned from Five g through to the edge infrastructure and the implementation of the internet of things projects and certainly the industrial internet of things in particular. And we know that. At rose to the challenge. A call us through this period. But i wonder if you can give us an outline of what you'd be covering around this area and presentations rubbish. These are as we were discussing..
"roelant" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Five star reviews. So let's begin this week's partial podcast one. Today is something very interesting. Not only is interesting. I think it's also going to be very instructive. A study of one of the parts of our partial. of course it's packed partial. Lots of things to talk about. But i want to study today the episode of the overturning of the city of sodom and gomorrah. I wanna study. Abraham's attempted intercession the hair-raising rescue a load. Everything was happening. That who fourth between the advocate and the prosecutor. What was abram trying to do. What were the considerations because when we study it and we look at it closely we find some really interesting things are afoot. So of course. Saddam has been featured already in the torah it was originally featureless. Partial abraham and lote must go their separate ways and lote chooses to move to sign him and the verse is unambiguous about the moral state of these cities cities of sodom. Tomorrow we read in chapter thirteen verse. Thirteen van chaser. Dome the people of stone ryan. They're evil the hutto name. Sinful last shem motoo god exceedingly so i should tell us. They are evil with their money. They are sinful with their bodies. Their sinfulness is comprehensive yet atlassian Will load goes there. They are not destroyed. Saddam is featured one more time last week as part of the world war in chapter fourteen. That abraham partake the king of sodom wants to give abraham spoils of war. He refuses it. I don't wanna streamed on on a shoe strapped from you. An are of course the begins where it left off last week. Abram is circumcised. He is visited by three angels masquerading. As weary and hendry paid and travelers abram interrupts his prophecy to tend to them he regales them with a banquet fit for a team and then he sends them along on their way and then got says. How can i keep from abraham my plans. What i'm gonna do read chapter eighteen. I twenty god says am i going to withhold as ration- from abraham he's become a great nation all the nations of the world are going to get their blessing from abraham he's going to instruct his sons and his family's household after him they're going to be just and kind and generous. I have to tell him what i'm gonna do. And god reveals to abrahams plans. Their cry of sodom damore is great their sin is very weighty and i want to descend and to see what's the deal with this city. Maybe i'm gonna destroy it. Or maybe i won't. And of. Course abraham launches an ill-fated intercession on their behalf. How can you kill the righteous alongside. The wicked maybe. There are fifty seventy kim fifty people in the city and in their merit. You can save all five provinces of this metropolis. Five righteous people per province while the aren't fifty maybe there are forty five nine per while there aren't forty-five maybe there are forty. We'll save four provinces of this city. Maybe there are thirty. We could save green. Maybe there are twenty. We could save two. Maybe there are ten and we could save one province. All of abraham's attempts are unsuccessful abraham roelants and goes back to his place and then chapter nineteen begins the angels arrive in sodom and in verse. One they meet low abraham's brother-in-law nephew they separated lessees. Parachute abraham rescued him from the world..
"roelant" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Forty six times from the shoulder down to the wrist with two inch needles twelve gauge needles. But i remember. We wanted the gauge. To be big enough that it would create like appearance of body armor and a certain and that i wanted the cutting and the needles to be completely precise because i was thinking about whole binds kind of henry the eighth portrait in a certain way and i was thinking about. What the word pervert man in nineteen ninety four and my community especially when there was a beginning of a divide within our own community. And this is very specific. It's not just for what pervert means from jesse helms the holding mapplethorpe photographs on the senate floor. But it also came from internal homophobia of our own community of again the workers. The you know people who practice were also perverts and that there are portions of the gay and lesbian community are quote unquote normal. And i didn't like the notion of normal. I've never liked the binary of normal or abnormal. I'm more interested in the complexity of sexuality and desire and so was Yeah was that moment. Where in the same. My friend steak tattooed dyke on the back of her neck. That i was going to have rail. And do this cutting and that was done in san francisco in a studio. Why was making a portrait series. It was attended by an enormous amount of my friends including the incredible trans historian. Susan stryker was there and it was you know there were The needles were done first. And then i sat in the chair and roelant did the cutting and then we. I put the hood on and we. We made some without the hood and some with hood. But i didn't want my face. Because i wanted the notion of visibility to be placed on language. So what does the word pervert mean. How do we deal with language you know. Is this enough of a pervert for you and it's also really beautiful and then you actually have to deal with the beauty of it as well because it's not dripping blood it's not it's don in such a way that it just looks like almost a red tattoo but it is blood coming to the surface. There is a real elegance to the photo of the way it's constructed. Had you been very involved in body modification at that time as well. How hard was it for you to have forty six to gauge needles. Put through your skin. Not that difficult actually because when you prepare yourself. It's totally different. If i'm walking through the house. And i stubbed my toe on a furniture. I sit there and i weep. I'm like really angry. I can't believe i've heard myself but when you've already been kind of in the leather community and you are doing this in the dungeons on your own you. You know what you're kind of doing and so you. Your mindset is different. I mean if if something goes to the doctor and get gets a shot. The only thing that is hurting is actually the fear of getting the shop. So are kind of relationship to fear is so complicated as human beings. And i was never afraid because i knew that my friends were professionals and railing was a professional and that they had done this time and time again and i had done a lot of play piercing in a lot of cutting out in a private setting and so i wasn't I was very definitive. And knowing what i wanted to do and and had the mindset to go through it did you experience any of the fauria. You that sometimes occurs during body modification. Oh absolutely now your endorphins. Erc going off the rockers at it was funny because if you watch the video tape. There's one moment where it i have. The the group dead can dance playing in the background. Because i love that kind of meditative music and you know you're breathing and you're going through it and then rail and decided to stop for a moment. Try to pop a pimple on my chest. That was driving her crazy. And at that moment i lost my focus and then i started moaning a little bit more once. She went back into the cutting The cutting as much harder than the needles to go through needles are fairly quick. You know but but definitely cuttings are taken enormous amount of concentration. And your and that's partly. Why didn't want my face in. The picture is because i the endorphins are going off with my glasses off. My eyes are slightly crossed and the first thing that people look at in portraits is people's faces usually and it again had to remain on the body and about the body image was first shown to the public in nineteen. Ninety five at the whitney biennial. And you've said that since then you struggle to look at that photo now. How come well. It's not necessarily struggle. It's i haven't set a struggle. It's it's it's a photograph that i don't need to live with. It's a photograph that i made that. I'm proud of and that represented that moment in time. You know i had. I had several collectors at different moments. Say how powerful that peace is live with and that it's in their bedroom and they wake up every morning and i guess i started thinking. Could i wake up every morning but one of the things that i love about photography it defines the sense of time and within the defined sense of time of that you know going back to that geeky kind of cardiac persona notion of the decisive moment. Like pervert is a decisive moment on my part but that doesn't necessarily define me as a sixty year old woman now so the frozenness this of my time in my community. I'm so profoundly. Honored that my friends and i myself chose to use ourselves in relationship to community to make and work on a body of work that created a certain history in a certain idea visibility. But that doesn't mean that were held in that time in the same way that were held in the time in terms of the making of the work. Before i ask you about the third self-portrait self portrait nursing. I want to ask you about your thoughts on domesticity in your work and you said that self portrait cutting was about the relationship between queer nece and domesticity. I'm wondering if you can talk a little bit. More about what that notion between squareness domesticity is or was well throughout history. People fall in love and throughout history and relationship to homophobia especially after say the you know the roaring twenties so to speak and when kind of the puritanical notion of homosexuality ended up entering the kind of religious indoctrination of not being acceptable and so forth and the bible misinterpreted as so forth When you fall in love you often wanna live with the person that you fall in love with and so domestic day was always literally a part of the notion of having a relationship and being in love and and opening up one's home of cohabitation and to then be denied that both on legal fronts as well as just rhetorically within our society is incredibly fraught. And so this notion of coming out of the closet always made me laugh. Because it's a closet is a domestic space closet is where one another's close co. Mingle if you don't have your own walk and 'cause has which i don't but a closet is where a co mingling of the every day happens and so yeah so it's you know. Domestic has always been a part of love and relationship and trying to build a life a home with another person after cutting pervert. You drove across the us in your rv photographing lesbian families. Women who had children who lived in groups couples engaging in everyday household activities across the country and you titled the portfolio domestic. You looking for something specific in that body of work. Well that body of work also was. I had been in a relationship then for three to four years with another amazing queer photographer. Important lesbian artists on historical level. Who should be. She's in books like stolen glances. But it's Her name is co. Sheila brooke and we are worried by us together. We were gonna do. We have been in three year relationship where she ironically was living on. Sanborn have where. I ironically lived with pam. My first domestic relationship and i was still in custody..
"roelant" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Because i would always have to get pulled out my back would get this tweak and i do i push through it or do i stop in for most of the time it would stop me. I would have no choice. And a member of the very first time i was doing a heavy left and i felt this little tweak and i thought oh now you know here it is and i just i just was mindful to it. I talked to my body. You know and i said this as an injury or is this just feeling tired and my you know body said this is just you feeling tired. You can do this as it. And i just went right in and i just lifted and i felt and i was a huge victory for me so because i didn't get into that so i think part of this again is letting go of this negative the negative attitude so the mindfulness is being present with appreciation of my body. Letting me know where. I am in a given moment and i can do this either way. Either i'm going to stop. Because i'm taking care of myself or i'm going to just you know he'd this and say yup i'm i'm hitting that place where i get to push through. I get to push through it so you know in cross fit. Our workouts are so hard. We think we're going to die half the time right and so in. That's where we and that's part of resilience is developing mental toughness. And to say it's going to hurt all right. Let's do it and because it's gonna hurt we wanna do it As opposed to What's going to hurt. I want to do an african roelants. So that is not. It's not actually enlivening. Your awareness in your senses to be present is just putting you in a negative mindset as opposed to. Yeah it's gonna hurt. let's go. I think it's i don't race all that often. I the last time i race is right before. Locked down and I had forgotten at an. I remember that feeling after the race of like. Oh yeah i forgot how exciting enlivening to borrow one. A year words. Dr eva that of a meeting that challenge and you know accepting it and kind of working with it and i was hopped up after that race. Just like wow look at me. Look when i live exactly. Yeah i love that. And that's that really taught me how to be mike that with everything in my life. Now that's that's for me like being able to finally experience mental toughness through Athleticism said wow..
"roelant" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Your jaw from relaxing. Of course. yeah. It's always yeah. When did she wanted to get more storms. Only when i got my tongue and stuff like that just opened up. The roy moore again. So that's after helping off. No tons zotov tortilla stats. That's a bit of an orgy. Yeah yeah yeah. She's lost police. Seven ak jeez. He's probably lost a lot of punches. Percents it was pointing book. I've only ever met a couple of people who had tons as out as an adult. And then i'll tell you that it's it's a children's operation if you have to have it as an adult it's much more severe. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah well off bush as well so all alternatives. You could guess machine and all like they when using machine or depressed and still freetalklive hardware interesting. I think the idea that there. You are a turkeys. Haven't talked to you having to stop this your onto your face every night and thinking is is this me life now. Yeah yeah and they come visit a tank with or something. Yeah yeah and it's a bit noisy during this roelant. I'm wondering why are you getting hit 'cause on air into like and also took without me over us and still flaked out again suicide effects to use the machine as well you know. It's it's blowing aaron cello pumping air into it. So i could not your lungs. Xl could be could be. I i only ever no well. I knew one scott god. Rest of my dad was pulled on his one time and for a few hours and afterwards when everything's set to down he said it was horrible. You know whatever sitting in holborn not the machine. I don't wanna see it again but you've had your tons azote on you've had this. Dental appliance is that uncomfortable. Or do you get used to get used. Its way used to grind. It's this way on news machine anywhere. Sure sure and As i do regular the twentieth or something. Yeah i'd always go join the nice all without thinking. Can you do something simple. A drink water or does Yeah yeah yeah yeah you could just just have a simple from put it back in again you know so it it. It's easy really easy to to to to put the him. You know very good but like there are things i went to whom they can all cause just what the cpap machines getting depressed in the has to be something else does can be done in all of the good good and the tons of those other types of surgery that you could guess i tink there's some neutral i don't know if they can do anything with the tongue not to show on on heard of most of that's really relaxes. You're talking you know. Yeah so that's the real. Did y'all heads because the stopped your jaw. There's know you Yeah just does all of extremes orders you could probably get. They don't recommend them. You know so. You're down to how many times in our plan for you. From which is even all phenomenon stood up. Not grace you know. I don't want to bad night. Like yeah so make other bad night's sleep you know what saying like sleep on your student as well as meeting during sleep on your back because he obviously pushes everything all sleep on your site is it was and i got these pillows in stop you from horn initial and just you know what stage tiredness to where you go. I go jogging two or three times a week. Dole just to keep up like. And which is. It's it's good fares go cardiovascular going to know there's all the stuff they talk exercises you can do to straighten your tongue or even know detroit's number all these things you can do as well to straighten. Almost you know share. Yeah i just went through everything. He was obsessed. Whatever you whatever you've done for yourself it's worked lead. Yeah yeah no. I have a friend who had a very very bad and he had to get his whole jaw recess. That's bad he had us. You know what they had to break his jaw and move a fall. Works and put it back in you know. yeah. I walked box for him anyway. You don't really extreme done. yeah. I couldn't believe us when they in the hostile happens. You which is a student cpap there and he said i get jal recess so so i'm told that some people you know what these would you you've got to enjoy under control cover man. No problem appreciate the call. Thank you very much server. Cullinan sleep apnea so for. At least he's got the dental plan snow and your exercises and bits and pieces. How bad it can get his body had to get the whole. You're todd todd of eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. Does anybody know these. Does anybody know what was going on on saturday afternoon. In the park for this swimming pool inbound unlock. It was a huge bandstand said hope and a fenced area around nokes like a music gig being setup says ger jer. It sounds like it. Sounds like that was one of those evenings by lee. 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"roelant" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"The phones. We've had no child left behind a lot of testing going on. But until you have the school leaving exam which we'll have at least these kids high school degree will be worth and walk ness if you secondly when you look at. What motivates these. Move if you're underprivileged child and you're thinking well i get to top new versity do i do. If you're the valedictorian in some gentlemen school. i'm get it but on the other hack you're right and if you've done very well this meeting hey would see. Hey she's the hundred the country. I should admit her. So i mean especially given i think my background. I'm also from india. I grew up there. I was in high school. I went back for my undergraduate amassed. Is nick might be so. I've seen what these systems and some of both immune systems to stop to early on in the american system to more focus some people roelant mall structure but other people fee structure. So we're coming since we're moving in a direction where all of this will be made nest benavente because employers are more and more going to ask what in and what what are your connections. Where did you come from. We're going to have a lot more information at the individual level in the future. What cannon kennel do then. We have just and once that happens. And this'll be schulman. The indications patient once you employ someone who figured out how good they are that's motto. An addictive state is the dinner is and we're moving in that direction. Was that may take hundred years. That and we'll be all be extinct for that. But i think we're definitely technologies. Yes so there's sort of a happy medium between extremes but i was also wondering since we have two different experiments going on it and thinking ingres. Us if you think you know sort of a tall jennings in india. It's example that is very much objective Exams against a mighty or stanford or something because the us sort of admission process going on One don look at the outwards of these two systems and ask email Between better might need jewish in. is that The us engineering school outward is significantly better than it. So i if billion of objective pestis leading the the best approach when you really important question because this is something that's very near and dear to my heart is how do we find the best talent in how much we losing..
"roelant" Discussed on Hack
"The next election. Well we've seen that. Women have swum against the coalition in the latest polling done by the sydney morning herald and the age forty one to thirty seven percent. I mean i think it shows that women a setup hop population is women. They've voting and they hit and one thing. I think the communists the needs to do is where has especially wears been over the last couple of days since all of these stories came out. We had greg hunt federal health minister saying well i haven't witnessed any fixes and i think women are just seeking its narratives coming from these men. I think you know the real change to happen Yes we need more women in politics. We need more women in leadership positions but we also need men to change the way they talk about this and maybe the ones that come out in and cooler stuff out Really interesting we'll still. Thanks so much chatting and look forward to saying more of your podcast episodes interviewing women in palmer house. That podcast is cold. Women of the house stellar. Thanks so much for chatting today. Thanks them again. That's still a door of it. She's a federal political reporter with ten news. I host of women of the house podcast. Also if you're renting kate listening before six will be chatting about renta's rights and how to make sure young people don't get screwed over a huge kink like making gone from being one of maybe two three young people to make close to now. I know it doesn't the paper can make clubs this next story. Is the fascinating something. I reckon you might have never heard about. The tens of thousands of years indigenous people. Living in the southeast of australia used to wear these skin cloaks made out of possum skin to keep warm and dry and to also tell stories. It was a tradition. That was lost a long time during colonization. But now it's coming back. Joe lhota medea young guy. He's learning how to do it. To keep the tradition alive. Cloaks to tell stories about our country ourselves as individuals Maybe to tell stories of different dreaming stories or different cultural stories So clicked depicted as an object that tell stories of any aspect of cultural heritage or yourself. Mitch mahoney is the twenty-three-year-old boomerang man and he's also an assistant curator at the mobile museum. Which is where we're chatting right now. We're standing in front of a display to possum skin. Cloaks and mitch is telling me about how important they wear for. First nations cleanse leaving in the southeast of australia in one aspect the survival mechanism the extremely warm. The possum for keeps you insulated. While also can be waterproof animal fat. Spain added to the back that there's something especially when you're in the mountainous region and the colder regions of southeastern australia that is really vital to survival and comfort and warmth but more importantly cloaks mechanism to tell alf doors. The clerks look like a lodge patrick blanket. That a made up of these rough rectangles of possum skins at a stitch together with kangaroo sinew on one side the clicks thick and luxurious with the soft possum for and on the other side the skins have intricate designs etched into them that are autobiographical. And they're different for every person in the community meet says people would have their cloak for their whole life. You have personal clerks which gifted to a baby when the bone maybe as free or six possum pelts and as an individual grove. The clock will be added to a veteran health. An extra image would be added to that club telling the story of that baby growing up and at mont initially have the totem of that particular individual might have the title of that clan for cooling nation mob for example which is the five clans that around melvin out is bundle the eagle and while the crows so that might be the first thing on the clock as they grow they might have handprints of family members the significant to them. They might have the first time. They went hunting. They might have designs of the areas. Where i've grown up over. Maybe the first period of their lot. And there's something where if they lost the longevity of a lifetime that you were born with but offer you'll buried with. Does that mean then. Many clicks remaining from pre colonization if people were buried with their clicks. So there's only two historical clocks left in australia One is gonna jamaa. Stars will quite the other two yoda. But because of colonization. These tradition was lost for a long time and twenty years ago. There were hardly any clerks. Remaining to some oddest roelant the practice started to bring it back the melbourne commonwealth games. Back in two thousand and six was the first time. The possum skin close will want the ceremonial practices in one hundred and fifty years sides. Tell the story of that. Group's maps local landscapes visual record of cultural stores memorable events as well as working at the mobile museum. Been lucky enough to learn how to make these slugs from his auntie. Who's one of those artists that have brought it back. I started working with with my clock from there. When i turned dane. I made my first from king. Click that represented my entire family. Head all the handprint. My family members individual drawings or animals that represented them and then. I had the story of how i go off the my river. Move down to newsouth wild wi- in hunt valley and also living in melbourne. Now and why was it important for you. I guess to lend tradition and and and linda. I'm such an important part of the culture in cape. That alive was part of keeping in touch with my cultural heritage and really it was something that i was involved with as a kid. My parents took me to do stuff with my auntie And it was just something that was in a way bestowed upon me to continue one way of I wouldn't i didn't have a choice but you know it was something that would just kind of how it happened and says it's been incredibly moving to say this tradition coming back. There's been a huge resurgent of kim clarke making are gone from being one of maybe two or three young people he might close to. Now i know doesn't the people who might cloak.
"roelant" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Welcome back to freetalklive. Thanks for tuning everybody. It is the sunday. Sunday sunday edition. We don't have any monster trucks though no sir yet. Not yet anyway. Although that could be a free talk live monster truck right suite. Yeah if you would like to join us There's a couple of calls holding so if you're getting a busy signal keep trying but the number six zero three two eight three six one six zero if you want to participate in tonight's conversations in the studio. It's myself the reverend captain kick ass big mountaineer and ian. Let's just go right away to the phones. We've got stephen calling from washington steven you're on free. Talk live a Just wanna say welcome home in. I think that the bail system is nothing more than governments ransom for holding you hostage on bullcrap charges. A welcome home. Thanks for that appreciate it. We'll tell you and again. Sorry what's on your mind tonight. Stephen plunkett that buddies of mine. We gotta crypto group and one of the guys come commented the other day that real. They're gonna government drones. I wanted to get your take on. Added aren't real. Just government owns off. Larry as too but i wanted to throw out there to gas. Well hold on hold on can comes to hold on because i have something related to that. I purchased a house about a year ago and there were no birds there. But now i have there's a nest on either side of my front porch underneath the portrait But you know in the open. Rafter looking area. There's a a nest on either side. Ones got some sort of a tricky. I don't know what kind of bird the other one's gotta robin's nest. And so now i have according to your friends steven probably upwards of ten government drones on my front porch that area and we're all a bunch of crazy vets that you know know exactly what the government does so. Hey there's no telling man y'all have a great sunday having more things even now man. He's got it totally backwards sexually the birds that run the government. You think that's chirping nam. And it's. I'm just trying to figure out how to charge these birds rent. There live rent. Free like you freeloaders. I don't know i've never had a bird Purposely come into my house. But i did have a drone in here On march sixteenth. Yup i guess you had an actual government drone in your house whereas this very loud online at least disguised as some sort of wildlife. And they're not in my house just on the under the roof of the front porch outside of the house so they're not inside quite loud obnoxious and pretty awful. Yeah all right Let's go brought the drone in by the way because they don't wanna come in themselves. They're worried they're going to get shot. That's that's why they had all the guns and the whole thing instead of instead of coming here. You know ten in the morning or you know one afternoon. Just knocking like normal people would do they You know destroyed the window sense. Am drone at six am. Ten degree weather bastards the raid. That could have been a phone call or like an official letter. Anyway we have major pain with us. Major you're on free talk live. What's on your mind making me chuckle. Well i was gonna have some fun with one of your callers from previous quarter old robert rabbit. There from germany have papers for his magic money. There yeah. I remember years ago seeing elmer. Elmer fudd episode bugs bunny where he was a german and of course he was always hunting. Alaska we lab so my goodness i mean what kind of a world are we living in here. Dr seuss's illegal killed. Alaska have who writes you know like garlic and butter editorial cartoons to remove elmer. Fudd gun or something like that. Yep probably for his gun revisionist is at. It's crazy. they probably did. I read a little ditty in the paper. Today tickled my elmo. So there's a park ranger and he says to the terrorist careful. Somebody spotted a coyote out here a while back so twenty minutes later. The terrorists do drive into a rock band like a tunnel. Thanks for the call tonight major. A major pain. Everybody and i gotta say that's totally backwards. Because elmer fudd is an idiot and kind of a bad guy not like evil but like a a well meaning togo. Kill the lab. He he's stupid and the antagonised you would think they would want to hold onto that to paint everyone. Who has gone as elmer fudd. I just came up with a portmanteau stand. Teigen est. A stand tackiness stupid and antagonized antagonised. It could also be the kind of like my favorites Character that doesn't exist but you all know him by name previous leon. That's right previously on. That was pretty good. Yeah i wanna make an actual character out of him. You know like you can do that. I could sell merchant and mt previously on prefix for those of you. Know a big fan of portmanteau. 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"roelant" Discussed on PodcastMina
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"roelant" Discussed on Artwork from C.P.
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"roelant" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"The mumps and muscle boys right here on the cat club podcast presents. Three grams would drag bell craig. That trap i think the reason i love it so much is because it reminds me of fee waybill and the choose it does. I noticed that too. If the mumps is they they sort of have that tube ish kind of feel to a lot of a lot of their material. You know it's Even even the keyboard playing won't sounds like vince. Walnut is playing keyboards At that point but tell us little bit about the mountain why you chose. Why did you chose this thong. And and what about the mumps made you throw up for them on this list. Well in nineteen seventy four. I got out of the army. Ad was drafted in nineteen seventy two and while i was gone jim jones took by places a bass player and mirrors when i came home from the army january of seventy four. Jim stepped aside. I rejoined the band. And jamie jamie climax the leader of the band myself mike weldon. The drummer Found a place to live on. The west side of cleveland is hold broken down old building just cold cold and cramping who's cheap and we could rehearse their so out that was. That was the moore's house for awhile and one night recited. Just when i came home from the army i started writing saab well always in the army i started taking just trying to write little still songs here and there a lot of stuff. That was just junk but there were a couple. That weren't too bad. So when i got back home i show him to jamie and jamie thought pick out a couple of them Slowdown anne the first. Two that mirrors did what one night were sitting on the sofa. Were watching late night television. I know if it was The tonight show or one of the other kinds of talk shows where they would have guests on and they had the mumps. Oh wow okay. And the reason that they were on was that they were fronted by lance slough now lance loud was a probably the first reality tv star in america is his family. The loud family were on his. Pbs show called an american family and Just sort of follow them around with cameras and watch the family. Basically disintegrate on television roelants lance decided that he was going to become a star from this. I suppose so. The one of the things he did was start. A band called the mumps and through their connections and through being a celebrity from being a celebrity. They got a shot on a late night. Tv show. So here's jamie and sitting on the couch. Smoking cigarettes watching tv. And i'm watching this. And i i probably was a fairly foul mood or at least just being the usual smart ass that i am and i'm watching them do this song muscle boys and cavorting for the cameras and i turned to jamie and i go. We look at this. I said these guys were on tv. And it's i could write a better song than that. Jamie takes the marlborough out his mouth and he looks at me and he goes well. Then why don't you so i did. I sat down. And i wrote the song called muckraker which mirror started playing and then when the mirrors and joined brockett rocket from the tombs started playing. The song was on the early Early versions of recordings that we did and has become one of my best known songs from that day. But i attributed it all to my friend lance loud in the mumps. And it's just because you thought you could write a better sound many is on. I could write a better song than that in disguise on. Tv and wives sitting here on his ratty couch. Freezing my ass off so But speaking of the mom now i knew them from i think i had a single or something back in the seventies or eighties. And that's all. I really knew about them until a few years ago that they put out a cd of all their recordings. Which is where. I got that track. That i sent to you and i gotta tell you those guys were good. You know and it's like you were talking before that that sort of can sort of had that tube slide the also had that downtown new york kind of sound and everything so they were. They were really good ban and obviously they were a great inspiration to and i think the for that excellent. Yeah it's it's it's always good to hear that You know and. I've heard i've heard a lot of bands to be honest with you. Say you know talking about it on the band whether they see him on. Tv here on radio and they're like a better song that and they do but they don't necessarily know all of the tracks that is banned is being able to write over the course of their career and it turns out they actually were very good musicians and the fact that they were very good. Musicians is nothing short of amazing in my book. did did you. Did you find yourself. Amazed that they were able to write tracks like that You know after you found out that. Hey i can do better than they did. And all of a sudden okay. They actually were pretty good. I know i just You know. I by -ssume that anyone who has with all to record has as the talent to do so Whether or not. I like what they're doing really is immaterial at just matter of taste. But i always admire any any musical endeavour. Someone has a lot of people. Get on me about some of the stuff that i like. Can i just tell them. I like a good song. I don't care who you are if you've got if you're good enough to get to the level where people know about you you've got have at least one good song. I wanna hear it allergic. How and the thing is you have more than one. Good song l. a. Thank you throughout throughout your career. Now it may not be everybody's cup of tea and that's okay. yeah absolutely. it's okay but the nice thing is. Is you have so many songs throughout your career. There they're really to me like they can always be written by so many different musicians because they have a different field tool. you know. you can't necessarily tell it was written or performed by the same person even even parts of it. And that's what i love Is the fact that you have embraced different. Sounds throughout your career. Well you know. I when i started out going back a little bit before we were talking. I i got into listening to music and and being aware of music through my love of the radio. I don't see an. am radio on. and i would. I would keep a log to see how far away of of a radio station. I could find and i would hear all sorts of music. He would hear country music. You would here are. Mp music you would hear you would hear big band stuff and crooners and.
"roelant" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage
"Wonderful. Yeah yeah so. It sounds like you guys learned to pivot and a lot of different ways and you know some couples. They get very fixed in their roles. Like you have to do this. And i have to do this. And i think it shows them depth and flexibility in your relationship to be able to ship. You know there was a time when mark had gone back to school and we literally kind of flipped roles. He would cook dinner. That was a little scary because he really didn't cook a lot. At the time i remember he made something one night and i like. Whoa good honey tastes a little salty or maybe it was missing salt one or the other he was like. Yeah well i. I had a hand on my hip and i was talking to mom and and i was cooking and i was like i just realized that you know as women. I don't know we just seem to be a little more able to multitask and But we did. And i think it gave us both an appreciation of the whole picture of what it takes to run a family. Somebody has to bring in money. Somebody has to do laundry. Somebody has to cook. Somebody has to clean. Somebody has to pick up the kids but it doesn't have to be the same person all the time and it really does feel so empowering. Doesn't it to to be that team absolutely. Yeah kane. I were going to marriage like pre-marriage counseling and stuff and i forgot who said it but somebody said it's none of this fifty fifty stuff. You're either one hundred percent in one hundred percent or not and that really katie and i and there's there's seasons i mean their seasons of life for i'm running on empty and i just can barely go anymore and have these challenges and she's always there to pick me up lift me up and then the flips and then there's times where she needs to step it up a little bit more and chip in and help out and support a little bit more. But it's always i've never felt anything western one hundred percent from her and i'd never buy always tried to make sure i'm giving her a hundred percent of myself back. Yeah i think that was a that was a big kind of off limits for both of us was when was hearing that i think it was relentless. We'll just that. Maybe yeah. i'm our business coach back home. She i think she's the one that said that marriage is not given take fifty fifty. You know each person has to give one hundred hundred so but something that we. We frequently fall back on this statement. Yeah yeah so you had a business that talk to you about marriage also kind of covered all boundaries. Yeah we had a under under the guise of a business coach shoes actually a chaplain but didn't amazing professional development personal development. Yep so great. When did you guys start working with a coach man. When did i start working with her. Probably in two thousand six or seven and what your did you should do that. The father that was the owner of a dealerships. At the time there is a lady named sally who had who he knew sally worked at the content of the little hot sauce company and sally went off and sally's salsa which was being sold in every heb across the state of texas. And how about said. How did you go from working on the lineup. Kante to now you've got this wildly successful sausage company. She said has by distance coach and the dad looked at his senate. He said you see these two dating some of that in their lives. They need a little direction. And it's really interesting. Because when she showed up she asked these really strange questions. Like will. What your mission statement. What are your core values. What type of legacy do you wanna leave. And i'm like what are you a totally foreign language. I'm like what are you talking about. Like our mission is to make money and have fun. That was all that legacy like. We're living for the moment and roelant had such a tremendous impact on that pivoting. That that she just brought this perspective to life of having a vision and a purpose in emission values in didn't taking that with what katy learned at the statement tonio spurs of value based leadership approach to running the business and All of those components cayman together to really form us to the type of leaders and owners that we are today at is really cool. Such great mentors. You mentioned some challenging marriage times and we don't have to get into specifics. But heart of the reason that i started this podcast is especially in the entrepreneurial world and you look at what you all left lot of security family friends to go to something that though you felt strongly led to do it was still scary and it was. You had to put both feet in the same boat if it was going to float right so there there are challenges and i just see so many couples that when hard times come. They're just flabbergasted or scared or they think there's something wrong with them. So i would like to hear a little bit about. What are some things that you all have done when you've hit those hard times. What are some things you've done to strengthen your marriage and get through those hard times A lot of the big issues that we had her match happened a lot earlier in our marriage all become stepping stones and building blocks the making stronger. You know because we're pretty rock solid. We still have our lows. That i'm not like vaccine but back then. I think what really helped a lot of ways was. We weren't afraid to go and see a counselor. I warmed up to the idea first and then cherbourg saw how it was helping me. And then he jumped on board and being able to harvest someone outside of us. You know. that doesn't doesn't know us. Personally you know can sit. There and help mediated discussion. Help see other ways around how the other feels I think that was a huge huge thing to have for us in our marriage early on even now we still go to a counselor once a month now just for maintenance and call it you know because there's always things to talk about and work on. The marriage is a commitment. And i am. We made our commitment for an god and it was something that we take very seriously. So i'm also extremely thankful because i i have a really amazing man here that loves me unconditionally. In he shows me that every single day and he He's never given me one ounce of inkling at all that he wants to give up when things get tough anything he's the rock that keeps us together so i think every day for him but I can know counseling and being able to communicate and he's not always easy both struggle with communication. Something that's so important. Yeah and do that. you know. Do counseling and not just not just with a marriage counselor but with other friends with other you know couples. That have been doing this longer than we have and being able to talk to people that have the experience in in kind of like what you're sharing with your listeners of we've learned so much from from couples that are you know five ten fifteen years out ahead of us that we've been able to lean on in times of need and and really understanding how to communicate with one another understanding triggers and that. It's not always us like. I might react to something and it's not because it katy but because it's something that my past that i'm still kind of figuring out go okay. I know i'm not gonna take that personal. Because i know he still working through that or vice versa so just understanding our triggers and how to communicate.
Beware of Sex Trafficking Rings - They Are Everywhere
"I want to say something about you talking about things going on the world just how crazy this is. For those who don't know, Roelant is like a child she's like one of our other kids and. Roelant posted on her social media story today. And I just after read it because it to me is like holy cow. This was what she said. And, this was sent from a friend of hers. My sorority sister a GAL named courtney who lives in Nashville has a friend who took a mint from her uber driver the other night it was wrapped up just like a white lifesaver. She started to feel weird. So she text her mom she woke up in a warehouse close to the Nashville. Airport in a sex trafficking ring. Her iphone location was shared with her mother. So the police were able to track her. The Girls Okay and And she's the one who told Courtney what happened so this isn't some friend of a friend of a friend bs this horrific and scary stuff happen. Don't take minutes even if they're wrapped in cellophane as they had as if they hadn't been touched and just don't take anything and. Don't be in an uber by yourself. You know. Thank God this girl is okay physically I'm sure emotionally. Amin. Going, to take a long time for her to heal from this, but how scary is that? It's crazy. It's crazy. I mean in Nashville because people think Oh, you're in Nashville you know it's very say fits. Your small town still. That to me. Is So. Scary. But the good thing was was that the police rebelled attract her because she shared locations with her mother, which is something that our kids have fought back on nosy. You just want to know where I M, etc.. I hope for you parents that are listening that you share this story with with your kids. To know that it's not about being nosy it's about keeping them safe and if your kid out here, if you're a teenager if you're a young adult share your location with someone. So that somebody knows where you are and can get to because folks. Delicious. Be honest this probably saved this girl's life. Because her mother was able to get the police the information to track her phone. It's it's just crazy and and you know I do have you know the locations of our children? And of you and you know my mother and we do all know where each other we're. We're all located. So you know I mean it helps me to sleep at night knowing that I can track and you know if Savannah is out traveling if she even though even those are stuff is booked privately and you know with a car service literally when she they pull up, she takes a picture of the tag on the car. and. She sends me the picture of that and then she puts her location to where I can track it as she's literally going down the highway. So we do stay on top of it as much as we can. But for those of you who are not who don't maybe have a parent or someone that you're sharing your location with take your own safety into your hands. Do not be foolish. Do not be stupid. It's just right. You got one life. Yeah, and it's you know I think we get. We get very comfortable. You know because we're like our we're not in Atlanta or Miami or la where you know these things happen in other places this is right here. I mean you're talking about twenty minutes from where I lay ahead at. A sex trafficking ring twenty minutes from where match children live that to me is scary and the only way that we're going to stop this is we have to continue talking about it. We have to be vigilant and take care of. Each other