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5 women, immense power: Can they keep US from fiscal brink?
"For the first time in U.S. history, women hold all four of the top positions on the House and Senate appropriations committee. Kate Granger is the new chair of the House appropriations committee. She remembers men would avoid asking her questions about government spending and would speak to other men in the room instead. I found it surprising that there were so few women. I just didn't even think about that. The top Democrat on the committee is rosa delauro. We didn't get here because we are women. Dolores says these women lawmakers have deep knowledge skills and experience. Effectiveness of knowing how to get a policy over the finish line. Senate appropriations committee chair patty Murray says her office in the past has been inhabited by numerous men who smoke cigars. Everything was decided in the middle of this table. I think it's pretty amazing. We are in the middle of the table now. Also, she'll land a young as the first black woman to lead The Office of management and budget. Ed Donahue, Washington.
The 'Populist Threat to Democracy' With Mike Benz
"Back with Mike Benz who is detailing for us how the foreign policy establishment rotated its gun turrets from foreign nations regime changes abroad to America to rid America of that populist threat to democracy as they saw it my former boss, the 45th president of the United States, president Trump. We are discussing this document. How they gained, they did the war game to prevent president Trump from maintaining control, preventing a disrupted presidential election and transition run by rosa Brooks with John Podesta playing a Biden from the transition integrity project. Talk to us about the ramifications of the scenarios, how they would have affected this, the role of BLM, the role of unions. This was truly a war plan, was it not Mike? Well, yes, and what's really disturbing is that it happened in tandem with all the censorship measures in order to essentially provide a buffer for what was laid out here. So you had it this scenario three, which is the most offensive of the four scenarios because it involved the scenario planners explicitly acknowledging that Trump where the scenario was Trump winning an Electoral College victory. How to still get Biden to be the president of the country. And they basically pursued three strategies in the simulation. One was to not send Democrat electors on the January 6th ratification. Two was to get blue state blue states like California, Oregon, and Washington to threaten to secede unless Trump stepped down. But then third, and perhaps most disturbingly, and this is 5 months before November 2020, before the election day was virtualized quote racial justice activists from the Black Lives Matter protest communities and to have candidate Biden issue a call to the streets so that BLM could serve as street muscle to shut down infrastructure and transportation.
Nick Cannon Announces the Birth of His 11th Child
"Anyway, I'm moving on. Another day, another Nick Cannon baby. Yes. I know we've all lost count. And I wouldn't be surprised if Nick Cannon has lost count as well. Only this past September he and Brittany bell welcomed his tenth child the other day, it was revealed that Abby de la rosa just popped out his 11th, but Alyssa Scott is still pregnant with baby number 12 he'll be likely arriving next year, Nick may be birth announcement, the girl will be called beautiful Zeppelin cannon. Why are we taking this guy serious at any level? Beautiful, Zeppelin cannon. That's nothing short of being an asshole naming your child beautiful Zeppelin? You know what? He went on Instagram, beautiful day from beautiful Zeppelin cannon to arrive. Mommy, I love you. You make it all looks. How many times did you tell the mothers I love you? This is insane. Mommy, I love you. You make it all look so easy and effortless, but I'm forever indebted to your tireless work of constant dedication, diligent effort, selfless love that you give to our children and myself not to mention, your vaginas always open 24/7 no, but he didn't say that, but he is clearly thinking that. Beautiful is privileged to have such a loving and spiritually inclined mother your resilience and strength doesn't go unnoticed. This is like, this is like these are bad hallmark card note. This is such band writing.
The Degradation of Black America
"They alluded to the fact that Martin Luther King had another agenda. They had a hit and agenda. They would stage these protests. They would stage these marches. They would stage a situations where they can get beat up in the middle of the street and be arrested. They were pushing a Marxist agenda on our country. That's what people said. Man, you can turn a blind eye and say, oh, they wrong 'cause I don't like that unlike what they sound like. Or you could say, well, was it? Look at the look at the out of wet lock births. 22% back in the 30s to 40s, 2030s 40s. Now it's over 75, 76% after the civil rights movement. I want us to understand that. Look at the degradation of black America. Since the 60s, there was no, there was no drill music. Was it? No, no, it wasn't. This gangster rap hip hop music stuff. None of that. That didn't exist. Black people were not viewing themselves and being pimped out, like we see it happening more often today after the 60s. You know, there was a gentleman on Uncle Tom two. I don't remember his name. If you saw the movie you'll know what I'm talking about. He said that Rosa Parks, they make this big deal about Rosa Parks sitting at the front of the bus and before they were going to go out and do this, they had, they were questioning, why would we go there to try to ride on a white man bus? When we have our own bus line, what are we accomplishing? Why do we want to sit at the front of the white man's bus when we have our own bus line? And this is where default happened. And I'm going to need many segments to thoroughly unpack this. But this is where I believe some fault happen. Because instead of black folks building their bus line, they wanted to integrate in a bus line that was not profitable to them in their community. Maybe visually, it was an achievement there, but residually, I don't think it benefited the black community.
Gorbachev buried in Moscow in funeral snubbed by Putin
"Russians have been farewell to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev who died earlier this week at the age of 91 Mona's filed past Gorbachev's coffin in the pillar hall of the House of the unions to pay their last respects The mansion near the Kremlin in Moscow has served as the venue for state funerals since Soviet times Gorbachev whose drastic reforms helped end the Cold War and precipitated the breakup of the Soviet Union is set to be buried in a relatively low key ceremony later on Saturday laid to rest at a main Moscow symmetry next to his wife rosa the Kremlin's refusal to declare a state funeral reflects its uneasiness about the legacy of Gorbachev I'm Charles De
Victims & Hero Identified From Indiana Mall Shooting
"Authorities identify the three victims who were killed in this Indiana mall shooting, a husband and wife, heartbreaking 56 year old Pedro Pineda, his 37 year old wife rosa, 30 year old Victor Gomez, all shot and killed by this monster who emerged from the men's room. And started opening fire. The 20 year old coward was killed when he was shot by 22 year old Elijah dicken of Seymour Indiana. He shot and killed the shooter with a pistol. Two minutes after the shooting began. He's been praised up and down by the people in Indiana. They've got no hesitancy in praising him. But the left just doesn't get
Congress salutes last WWII Medal of Honor recipient
"Congress is giving it ultimate final salute to an Iwo Jima battle hero Chief warrant officer four hershel woody Williams He died last month at 98 as the last remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient We have lost a deeply selfless American and a vital link to our nation's greatest generation His commitment to his fellow veterans inspires caregivers at the woody Williams VA medical center House speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell were among those speaking as Williams was lying in honor in the capitol rotunda a tribute only 6 other private citizens have received including Rosa Parks Sagar Meghani Washington
"rosa" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Here in plain view and among you want to wear it. The altadena historical society sees the opportunity to honor Clark. Raising $8000 mostly from members of the black community to purchase a headstone and recognize her legacy. She served us even though she was back in the 1800s. She still serving us. Organizer Veronica Jones, one of the society's few black members, had another motive for seeking money from the black community. Contributors automatically became members of the society instantly diversifying the organization. I want to say when I reached out to my family, Friends, and community. Now, one person said, no, not one person said, no. Everybody wanted to be a part of this history, making event. Everybody wanted to know about Ellen garrison Clark. Clark's belated celebration of life was sent for Juneteenth. The holiday commemorating June 19th, 1865, when word of the Emancipation proclamation belatedly reached enslaved peoples in Texas. By now, the cemetery owner enthusiastically waved its insulation fees and the need for authorization for next of kin..
"rosa" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"Cynthia is charter members of the conquered female antislavery society in 1837. Susan garrison was the only black member of the group, and she hosted its second meeting in her home. So activism was a family habit. By the time Clark was 15, she was signing petitions demanding equal rights for Native Americans and advocating desegregation of Massachusetts trains and Boston schools. She excelled at school and set her sights on teaching one of the few careers available to American women in the 1800s. In 1857, at age 34, Clark married John W Jackson, a free black farmer from Delaware, but he died a few years later. Teaching became her passion, she taught at a private school in Newport Rhode Island, but during the Civil War she felt a higher calling to work with the American missionary association to teach former slaves to read and write throughout Virginia and Maryland. She wrote in her application letter sirs, I have a great desire to go and labor among the freed men of the south. I think it is our duty as a people to spend our lives in trying to elevate our own race. The work was hard, teaching regular classes 6 days a week and religious lessons on Sundays. And outside of the classroom, Clark endured the daily indignities of racism. In one letter, she wrote, I have generally walked the streets unmolested. It is only occasionally that I have been beaten in stoned in the street. Clark also recounted a story of a man who stepped on her dress and complained she was walking too slowly on the sidewalk. He called her the N word and threatened to slap her on the mouth, but she did not retreat. I have found one thing about these people. If.
"rosa" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
Key inflation gauge slowed to still-high 6.3% over past year
"And inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve eased slightly last month though it remained just below a four decade high I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers The commerce department's April personal consumption expenditures price index the PCE rose 6.3% from April a year ago and that's less than in March when the year over year increase was 6.6% It's the first slowdown in the price index since November 2020 The report adds to other recent signs that inflation while still high may be moderating at least for now The report also shows consumers spending rosa healthy 9 tenths of a percent from March to April outpacing the month to month inflation rate for a fourth straight time The ongoing willingness of consumers to spend despite inflated prices is helping sustain the economy I'm Ben Thomas
FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week
"The Food and Drug Administration's chief says the shuttered baby formula factory at the heart of a national shortage could reopen as soon as next week The abbot plant in Michigan has been closed since February due to contamination issues FDA commissioner Robert califf faced tough questions from a house panel about why it took months for the agency to investigate whistleblower warnings in the fall about safety violations Why did the FDA not spring into action Caleb told Connecticut's rosa de lauro and others he can't say much for now We have an ongoing investigation about the details Wisconsin's Mark pocan says that's unacceptable You can talk about it honestly You should talk about it Abbott says it could take about two months for a new formula to hit store shelves once production resumes
Sheriff Johnson Encourages Shooting Intruders, Saves Taxpayers Money
"Week from sheriff bob Johnson out in the Panhandle of Florida Santa Rosa county but in case you missed the gym you got that ready I just wanted you to a little quick reminder This was terrific Check this out And I want to say as to the person we don't know what homeowner which homeowner shot at him I guess they think that they did something wrong which they did not If somebody's breaking in your house you're more than welcome to shoot them in center as a county We prefer that you do actually So whoever that was your non trouble come see us we have a gun safety class we put on every other Saturday and if you take that you'll shoot a lot better and hopefully you'll save the taxpayers money Man if I was closer I'd be headed to that gun
Vincent scores 20, Heat remain hot by topping Bulls 112-99
"Tyler Herro and Gabe Vincent each scored twenty points is that he defeated the bulls won twelve ninety nine the final score doesn't indicate how lopsided this game was as Miami led by as many as thirty one the win was the heat's fourth in a row and ninth in their last ten games hero says he doesn't care if he and his teammates are getting much a claim you know whatever people want to say about this is cool whatever can you know flows people's but we always want to keep playing as a team we love each other we want to keep things rolling in on continue to make each other better every game he'd also lead the east by two games Appleby led the bulls with twenty two points while Tomar to Rosa notched eighteen ending his thirty point scoring streak at ten games I'm David Shuster
October WSJ Article: 'San Francisco Has Become a Shoplifter’s Paradise'
"So a couple Jason Riley from Wall Street Journal last month October he wrote a piece out how San Francisco has become a shoplifter Paradise Thefts under $950 are effectively decriminalized Okay now you can get a lot of stuff under a 150 bucks I don't know if you've noticed lately TVs are way under $950 I'm not saying they're like the greatest TVs Or they have all the great features But you can a 100% get a big flat screen TV for well under $950 So now if you shoplift TV because you're part of looting or grab and go or fun and games where everyone call you get a TV and it's under 9 $50 you basically you won't get prosecuted They're gonna let you go Why Because they have now this ridiculous idea Prop 47 California bout initiative theft of less than $950 in goods is treated as a nonviolent misdemeanor and rarely prosecuted So stores don't want to get sued they tell people we don't even do it anymore But now when you've got marauding mobs of people going in and stealing things all at once because they're organizing on social media and they're going hey let's meet up at target at 7 o'clock and we'll all go in at the same time and just overwhelm them Four men on Wednesday in California and Santa Rosa fled with $20,000 of merchandise from Apple store In San Jose $40,000 of items were stolen from a Lululemon store That's right they're even stealing yoga pants now I thought yoga pants were so sacred that nobody would ever want to steal them I just know there's certain things in our society that we just don't touch Yoga pants being among those things But clearly not they went and grabbed those as well In Chicago they stole over what I mean how much was it in Chicago now Can I go $25,000 at a village shopping center It's happening all across the country And so now what's happening is employees are quitting as a turning around saying I don't want to deal with this Why would
"rosa" Discussed on Hysteria
"Next week's episode is on ghosting. Get it, Halloween, and we want to hear from you. If you have a story of a time that you were ghosted, record a 32nd voice memo on your phone and email us at hysteria at crooked dot com. And then tune in next week because you might hear your story on the show. Okay, house has been kept. Let's talk about what we're feeling petty about this week. I'm going to go first because I feel like this is maybe a little overdue. I was feeling petty about this last week, and then I just didn't bring it up because I forgot because my brain's broken. But we can have a go, pictures of Timothée Chalamet started circulating and young Timothy is dressed as looks like a sexual ebenezer Scrooge. That's a great way to put it. Sort of, and he is supposed to be playing a young Willy Wonka because apparently Hollywood is not out of ideas, but afraid of any idea that hasn't already existed. So they're doing a prequel of Willy Wonka and in the pre quill, Chalamet will be playing Willy Wonka. Here's what I feel petty about this week. Absolutely not. I think that he is a fabulous. He's a fabulous actor and everything I've seen him and he's been great in. And I'm sure that he will do well with this role, but he is not right for the role. Like ever since I read Willy Wonka, when I was a kid, what the vibe is in the book is Willy Wonka is sort of like a stunted weird childlike vaguely menacing character. Everything you said is Timothy Chalamet. He is not menacing. Those cheekbones that he went to Laguardia. There is nothing menacing. There's nothing menacing about his cheekbones. His cheekbones should be in a museum. He's got, though, Willy Wonka is a little bit scary in gene wild, they're almost got it right, but Gene Wilder is too much of a man to play Willy Wonka. And Johnny Depp went too creepy with Willy Wonka. I think the ideal Willy Wonka would be somebody like comedian patty Harrison, who is the perfect combination of fun, but are you dangerous? Is something like are you going to hurt me? Are you going to throw something? There's something that is unhinged about her style of comedy that I think would lend itself really well to being like an on screen Willy Wonka. I want somebody who feels like they're not quite all there. And Charlotte is.
"rosa" Discussed on Hysteria
"It's like, look, it's Amelia Earhart and Rosa Parks, right next to each other, and it's like, those are different women who did different things and different ways and just by lumping them all together in this like quote unquote, badass thing. It both like it flattens them by making them all like heroes in which not all women in history are heroes and also badass is like sort of inherently masculinizing. It's rewarding women for exhibiting like stereotypically masculine behavior throughout history. Whether they're tough or able to fight in a war or like do things that we think are worthy because we still have this paradigm of male historical worth. And we use women as a category in a way that we would never be like, here's 25 badass men of history. You would use women as a category and in that category rosa Luxembourg and Margaret Thatcher can be on the same list. But you would never have Chegg Vera and like, I don't know. You know what? It is a weird way to kind of categorize. But I understand that you feel different about the characterization of badass. And I would love to hear why you feel that way. Yeah. Okay, so on the list, I'm like, you know, 25 badass women. I'm still fighting the fight of making sure that Latina women are included in those 25 badass women list. So that's my fight right now, you know? You can call me badass if you're going to include us in the list. That's fine. I give you permission. This is what I do on the show by the way. I give people permission to do. I love it. Permission granted. I just realized that. And I think so that's on that. But more broadly on the whole badass. I think what I have a problem is when we were talking to Alisa Menendez about likeability trap, right? And when certain attributes are okay for men to have. And then when women exhibit them, it's a negative for them, right?.
"rosa" Discussed on Hysteria
"Anyway, let's get to the show. This week, we're joined by representative rosa doro, Dana Schwartz, and julissa arce to tackle the following questions. What kind of jerk brags about not taking paternity leave? Why aren't we talking about what's actually in the budget reconciliation bill? Is calling a woman badass a compliment? And have we learned any lessons about air travel etiquette during the pandemic? All this and more right now. Okay, news, let's get to the news. There was a particularly dumb moment in the national discourse. This past week and I hate having to dignify it with my breath. But I feel like we should. I feel like we should because this particular trash is the utmost hypocrisy which should always be pointed out. Absolutely. And it kind of ties into stuff that we have been talking about a lot lately and that I've been thinking about a lot, and I know you think about it a lot, too, Alyssa and that is like the value of labor, what constitutes valuable labor and whose labor is respected and compensated. So first I want to talk about secretary Pete Buttigieg. He and his husband are now the proud parents of twin babies that they adopted. The babies were born premature, which is something that I didn't know until yesterday when I read. When I read SE cups, which means that they require a lot more intense care than a baby that was born at term. Plus, there's two of them. Two of them. A lot of baby. That's twice as many baby. It's twice as many baby. Twice as many babies as most people ever have to deal with at once. That's correct. That's so many babies. So they have two babies. And secretary Pete took time off to spend with his children and his husband learning how to be a parent and bonding with them. And that spurred a backlash in right wing circles because apparently there are a lot of men in this country and women, too, who think that the job of child care should fall only.
New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University
"Taliban and close kabul university to women. This is not surprising yesterday. Hung four people from cranes. That's not surprising what we see happening out of there. We'll continue to get worse and more roll out over the days and weeks and months ahead my question is. Are you still in touch with some of the pineapple express people. There are lot of that trend's who are working to get a lot of people out of afghanistan. They're calling every chit around town. That i know of everyone is getting asked by these people to help. And everyone's trying to help assume you're getting those calls to how. Why do you think it is for the vets to be there working sub rosa to get people out. Oh i think it's additive and we've got to at it and let's face it. Nobody is going to be more passionate about getting at risk. Afghans than the americans who worked alongside those afghans. And you know. We often use shorthand interpreter. But it's it's vast number of people hundred thousand plus maybe two hundred thousand when you add in them and their families who were interpreters logisticians frontline soldiers commandos helicopter pilots. I it's the entire gamut of afghans who stood with us and we have a deep moral obligation to get them out and yes I know dozens of veterans. Who are bombed in this It some are more successful than others. there are a wide variety of ways in which they're trying to help these people and I think it'll be additive to what the us government needs to be doing which i assume is being directed largely by the cia at this point. Because i don't see the department of defense Publicly visibly going after this. I think that To conclude. I think that lloyd austin and mark milley will be asked about that in public testimony. Today what are you doing to get people out of death. Ghanistan
"rosa" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
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"rosa" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"To massachusetts during the civil war. I'm janette maranto. You're listening to the times daily news from the l. a. times today is september twenty fourth. Two thousand twenty one. We hear all this officer for.
A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
"We have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new
Jaron Lanier on the Future of Humans and AI
"You're considered the founding father of virtual reality. Do you think we will one day. Spend most or all of our lives in virtual reality worlds. I have always found the very most valuable moment in virtual reality to be the moment. When you take off the headset and your senses are refreshed and you perceive physicality afresh. You know as if you were newborn baby. But with a little more experienced he can really notice just how incredibly strange in delicate and julia impossible. The real world is Sue the magic is and perhaps forever will be in the physical world. Well that's my take on it. That's just me. I mean. I think i don't get to tell everybody else how to think or how to experience retreat. At this point there have been multiple generations of younger people who've come along and liberated me from having to worry about these things But i should say also even in a what. I called it mixed reality back in the day in these days. It's called augmented reality But with something like a hall and even then like one of my favorite things to augment a forest. Not because i think the forest needs augmentation but when you look at the augmentation next to a real tree the real tree just pops out as being astounding you know it's it's interactive. It's changing slightly all the time if you pay attention and it's hard to pay attention to that but when you compare to reality all of a sudden you do and even in practical applications My my favorite early application of retrea audi which we prototype going back to the eighties. When i was working with dr joe rosa and at stanford med near near where we are now. We made the first surgical simulator and to go from the fake anatomy of the simulation which is incredibly valuable for many things for designing procedures for training things then to go to the real person. Boy it's really something like Surgeons really get woken up by the transition. It's very cool. So i think the transition is actually more valuable than the simulation
Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4
"The rays are seven and a half games ahead of the Yankees after Tampa Bay won for the eleventh time in thirteen games and eleven to four routed Minnesota yandy Diaz hit one of Tampa bay's franchise record tying six home runs and drove in four Jordan Luplow Manuel Margot Rainier Rosa Reina Nelson Cruz and Brandon Lau also went deep for the rays the early run support help Chris archer get his first win since June twenty nineteen just the fact that our our guys put up that many runs that early no I just felt like I could challenge hitters archer tossed a season high seventy eight pitches while allowing four runs over five innings Jorge Polanco was three for four with a two run Homer for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie
Cuomo’s Top Aide, Melissa DeRosa, Resigns
"The other news of the morning olympic magic is over and boy. Do i have fun watching that. Little kids little kids see the olympics. Completely different is they see themselves on those podiums. They see themselves getting gold medals. They go swim the next day. They go run the next day. It's just so great. And i love the olympics and they did a great job my hats off to all the olympians hopefully in paris will have the crowds back governor. Cuomo's top aide. Melissa de rosa has resigned that is for whom the bell tolls it tolls for the andrew. Cuomo everybody wants gone. she left. she's caught up in the a hostile work environment. And retaliation scandals engulfing governor cuomo who emerged as the genuinely very very sinister character in this attorney. General's report that he requested. You don't often. I think this is worth than ralph north. Though virginia voters will get a chance to rebuke north and when they elect A new governor in november. But i don't get a chance to go back and get a do over with ralph northam. He's not running. Terry mcauliffe is running. And glenn young is going to be terry mcauliffe. And part of that's going to be a rebuked north but they really cannot in the city of progressive nirvana new york city. Allow andrew coleman continuing albany. He's gotta go
"rosa" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I was like when life gives you lemons. Stop forsling. that's that's pretty much what i learned in. Yeah and i love lemonade. So i do share this deficiency in whistling glad you can relate said i hear you. So how is that going to relate to paint can sparkle. Oh i thought it was going to be something along the lines of. Oh yeah i curate dressing. So that you're going to say something like that as a skill or something of yours. My best friends house. I have excellent scale at acquiring loud statement pants if that can be a talent so i really love huge pants with allowed flashy patterns. And i've been doing a lot of tea shopping during the pandemic and especially looking like comfortable for the pandemic but still stylish looks like i tried so on this company. Zanzibar designs on sea and this girl makes the most amazing pants like when i put them on. I feel like across between selena and elton. John and i just wanna like dancer. My how your harris teeter or whatever. But so she's i've given entirely too many pairs of these pants gifts to people at this point. I don't know if anybody else's wearing them besides me. But yeah. I like pants close. In general i can dig it that i feel like there's part of that. It may be as a caribbean thing. I don't know but that is what i've noticed. I have a few friends dominican. Puerto rican initiative like and hang out with them for a while. I put one of those types of shirts. I went up to new york. And i was at a pizzeria was like what is this dominican shirt on where i am much harris. What am i doing like muscled rubbing off on these things. Start to look normal next thing. You know you're going to be covered in sparkles after sation ando. It's the way it goes. That's the goal. That's a living the dream So that's pretty much all the questions i have. I'm gonna give you the opportunity. 'cause i give everyone opportunity to shamelessly plug plug away Social media website. good stuff. yeah. I have worked up at creative alliance now. I have their at window display baltimore in blooms. You don't even need to go inside. Go check that out. I will have work up in the big show creative lions as that opens. I currently have pork up at the dalla plane. In frederick Nice pieces called rested pizza. Abandon graffiti pizza hut. I have worked in show called monochrome that opens up july second rally north carolina and You know stay tuned. Follow the website from media. Everything is just rosa. Laugh are a elliott f f. That's my instagram. My website on my facebook so they have it folks. I'm gonna thank you rosa. Thank you so much. For being on a podcast. And i'll be myself so for rose aleph. I'm rob lee saying that there's been around baltimore you just gotta look for..
"rosa" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I'm your host. Rob lee this by now. Today's guest is a paper artists. An educator from west philadelphia. We have rosa left. Welcome to the podcast. Allow thank you. I actually a former educator technically oh walked away from the day job..
"rosa" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Getting to the truth in his art. I'm your host. Rob lee this by now. Today's guest is a paper artists. An educator from west philadelphia. We have rosa left. Welcome to the podcast. Allow thank you. I actually a former educator technically oh walked away from the day job. I decided to just go for it and paper kite all-time i dig it. Then you're going to educate some people in the process paper cutting so yes. I always find a way to make it that. I'm right now. Getting a real quick real quick or however long you want to talk about it but Describe what your your work is about because people here paper cut artists have you or the just a concept of paper cutting like what's that so and i'm sure you've answered this hundreds of times. What have you feel free to go back into it if you will. Yeah people don't know paper cutting is so. It's always like make the comparison if you can picture last time you're hanging out in a bar cinco de mayo and you saw the little paper flags hanging from the ceiling. I do that. Of course the traditional mexican kalo is very different. It's with hammer and chisels and tissue paper but basically using tiny knife and i'm Sculpting essentially. I'm cutting away at these sheets of paper until i have a finished cityscape so i know you said you got your little exacto. There gave it a shot.
Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
"Are not an ideal outfit for running now. They might sound unfamiliar to our ears today. But these puffed up pantaloons once grace the bottom halves and cavs of plenty of young women in the early nineteen. Hundreds there called pup tent bloomers because as pants. They're so big that they kinda look like those pup tents that soldiers would cover themselves in while sleeping underneath the stars even if you don't think they look like pup tents and i'll be the first to admit that they don't exactly in the nineteen ninety s. We would call these things hammer pants but they probably used about as much fabric as a pup tent did they were big bill louis and could balloon with air so not good athletic. Wear for someone trying to run fast. They'd catch the wind like a sail. Nevertheless there stood young. Bobbie rosenfeld at the starting line of a foot race that she hadn't even planned on running. She was being cheered on by oliver softball teammates wearing her wind. Grabby it's pup tent. Bloomers she was at a citywide picnic plate in a softball game but knowing how fast she was on the base paths. Her teammates convinced her to enter a one hundred meter dash. That just happened to be taking place nearby. She said yes without much thought and the next thing she knew the starting pistol was fired. Twelve point one seconds later bobby crossed the finish line before anyone else seemingly out of nowhere. A man came running up to her asking questions. Like where did you come from. Who are you. Have you run in competition before. And when he asked her if she knew who she had beaten. Bobby shrugged and said no. He told her that she had beaten canadian champion. Rosa gross. Bobby thought that was pretty cool. Then he asked. Do you know how faster time was bobby again. Said no he told her. It was twelve point. One seconds. The canadian record.
"rosa" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Have you been thinking about phone for quite some time now. Have you got nowhere to turn to to talk about it. Well the film for podcast is here for you. Every fortnight i invite a guest to talk about any film of her choice. It could be old or new controversial or classic. If you have some thoughts about films. I want to discuss them. New episodes drop everything and brady so make sure come along at checkout film for fault podcast. Ra so hope you enjoyed that conversation about lie your own ah Thank you as always to migrate. Guess rosa and like i said at the beginning of that episode. I need to cover more Foreign films foreign language films and You know just really kind of get out of my comfort zone with more of the mainstream or the the indy weirdo movies. That i tend to like but cover a lot more other stuff so Look forward to doing that in the future. So you enjoy what we're doing here on piecing it together. Make sure you are subscribed wherever you listen to podcasts. And if you really enjoy piecing it together we would love it. If you rate review us over an apple podcast or pod chaser. That is always awesome. We love hearing feedback on the show and love just hearing what you think we could be doing to make the show even better but also love seeing those five stars. So that's nice to you could also share the show. Which is really really helpful when you do that. And don't forget that we have a patriotic. Produced by david rosen patron where i combine content from piecing together awesome movie year anything else. Podcasts related that. I'm involved with as well as my music career. Which by the way. I just finished scoring a feature length horror film. That hopefully will come out sometime in the next year or two but the score will will probably come out sooner than that in a way that you can all hear it so i will. Of course you know when that happens. But speaking of which. I always close out these episodes with a piece of my music and i am going to close out with a piece of music from a film by that same director that made the feature that i just finished scoring. I feel remember last year. I released an album called beater original motion picture soundtrack that combined the feature length film beater from director chris johnson and a bunch of the short films at him and i had worked on over the years. And this is a piece from that is from a short film called daisy. And it's a horror film and this is the title track daisy from that horror film. So enjoy this at figures to be a good fit for this movie. Liar owner so enjoy this track called daisy. Which is available on the beater original motion picture soundtrack. And look forward to the jacqueline score. Sometime soon And more piecing it together coming out real soon in the next week as we got a whole bunch episode to just record back to back so they are come and saw more.
"rosa" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"A nice treat. It was a treat to watch i. Oh yes i also watch. Rpg on hulu okay. That documentary also man. Yeah the documentaries. That i've been watching lately so inspirational and mayor motivational in abby night. Yeah last year was a huge year for documentaries for me. I'm looking forward to what comes out this year for sure but also why don't you tell people where they can find you and your podcast. Yes you can find that next lands on every podcast platform. You can also follow us on social media outlet next lands and me you can find me. Also on among twitter instagram letterbox and face work at rosa's reviews awesome. And just to close it up. You don't think when we had our disconnect issues here that it was layer. Ona getting mad about something. I was saying to you. Maybe maybe the hereditary thing. I know that's scary me. You know what. I kid you not we also had. Oh my god. I'm getting scared. We also have some technical issues because we did an episode for latin next lens where we talked about six in american films that were potentially that were submitted for the academy for international. And of course you don't always one of them while we're talking about that. We also had some technical issues in cat was hearing some things going on in her house. So i don't know getting a little. I was just joking but now i'm getting crypto. So.
"rosa" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Is visually gorgeous and the story towels is very very much important. But yeah i digs in into I don't wanna spoil it too much. I mean it's from fifteen so it's not relatively that old by. There's a few things here and there that I would want people to just surprise themselves with it. I just know that it does focus a lot on on shining allied on the indigenous experience in a bologna land which is pretty much everything around here. Unfortunately but yeah it. It's very much I was giving a glimpse of what he's able to do as a filmmaker but also of the stories that he's interested in telling and how these are stories that are very much well Deserve to be told particularly from his lines A very a land. That's very much underrepresented in that. We need more stories to come from absolutely. Yeah and and. I haven't seen it. But i definitely would love to especially after seeing layer on a i think boost dementia has a really interesting point of view with the way that he he stages this film and just looking at images of of this other film it it looks It looks absolutely beautiful. And it's definitely something. I'm looking forward to checking out and also that that made actresses great in this. So i'm sure she's great in that as well. Oh yes. they're they're both really really great awesome. Well i'm going to go with my first puzzle piece and this one kind of it was one of the first things that i thought of after i finished watching this and that's actually Toro's pan's labyrinth because it takes a different horrific historical event And even though this is a drama it places horror and fantasy elements within the world of that particular historical event. Of course you know. I in pan's labyrinth. That's the spanish civil war here. It's it's this genocide guatemala and is a very different setting but To try to infuse horror and fantasy elements into. That is where. I got the connection here and i think it is important for people to know going into this movie lawyer. Owner is even though there's so much horror to it. It's not really a horror movie even though it's pretty creepy And and there's some scary stuff in there. It's definitely more of a drama. I and that's kind of the same way. I think that Gmo's rotate. The direction he takes with pan's labyrinth is is. You're kind of. You're getting this kind of fantasy drama. That has these horror elements that brings it squarely into genre world but Is definitely not just trying to scare you the whole time. So it's definitely if you're if you're not a fan of horror movies. It's not really that kind of thing. Right yes and i'm glad you point that out. 'cause yes lay your on is not year mainstream. Jump scare Kind of horror film. If you're aviary jumping into this film. I'm expecting that you're going to be very much disappointed. however you will have a good time watching this masterpiece and it's funny. I'm i'm glad you bring up pan's labyrinth because my my next puzzle peas Is certainly a mother thought. Oh film But i went with the devil's backbone. Actually sure yeah from two thousand one similarly for for the reasons you just sat out But i guess for me because okay so so. If you have not seen the devil's backbone a pretty much follows a ten year. old boy. His name scuttles and he arrives to an orphanage That's currently taking on these orphans from from the war Which which is the movie. That's right before pence labyrinth. So this is. This movie is right at the end of the spanish civil war in a we have carlos he goes into this orphanage and then he has to find his way Through the orphanage and then gradually he figures out About the historical events that happen in this orphanage including a little ghost of a little young boy who was murdered in the orphanage On named sunday so that you just said having these these horror elements these tactical elements as well Incorporated in a situation like this one Like the devils backbone. Where we have the orphanage that. It's literally a visualization of the civil war because within the orphanage of course you have your villains you have people who are trying to protect these children and then We also see what. I particularly found a lot of similarities with Layer owner was the ghost. We have the ghost of santi here. And then we have the legendary ghosts w rana both of whom are In this case santi he is looked upon initially we. Of course it's a ghost is a monster we're led to believe we automatically assume that he's the villain of the story but in reality we get more. As the as the film progresses we learn about history. We learn Why he's Seeking whoever he seeking and kind of similar food lion. Ah you know she. She enters the The film with a purpose. So when i actually yeah i i will probably reserve what was about to say right now in terms of These characters because i'll probably just save it for the next piece. Yes the devil's backbone. By doro just found a lot of similarities with later on as well awesome awesome. And yeah and i. I think that you know just putting those two together. Those to the tour movies they it really kind of just goes to show. Just how this isn't like a tradition of bringing bringing horror elements to real world dramatic stories. And that i think that kind of brings people who maybe wouldn't have been there for the For that kind of story like maybe people who aren't into a you know a historical drama. But then they they hear that. Oh there's going to be harder stuff. Involved definitely brings in a different audience. Which is a great thing. Yeah yeah absolutely. So i'll go for my neck's puzzle piece and this one might seem a little out of left field. But i'm going to go with astor's hereditary And the reason. I think there's a parallel here is because and spoiler alert for hereditary but The family in this movie hereditary. The they're going through all of this hell basically because of the sins of the grandmother of the family and here in in your own. Ah you've got the sins of the father of the family. Who is this dictator. Who has done these just horrendous. Atrocious things During war and so this family has to basically pay for that and has to be put through this awful situation Being stuck inside their house and and and you know fearing for their safety and the weird crazy stuff going on around them. So yeah the the the reason for all of this dates back to you know in in in hereditary matriarchal bigger but here paycheck finger. And so it's a little bit of a different version of it but a good parallel. I think interesting. I had not that about that. That's a good.
"rosa" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"We see of course the wider aspect of social issues in how indigenous groups This demographic is very much marginalized and a lot of similarities with with topics of overload on our very similar Another similarity with the film are the two main actresses end along For for light on as well so so that was pretty interesting to see Yes so it's This film certainly gave us a little glimpse of what heidel was on. They had his potential as as a filmmaker and man even as a direct oriel debut. This film is visually gorgeous and the story towels is very very much important. But yeah i digs in into I don't wanna spoil it too much. I mean it's from fifteen so it's not relatively that old by. There's a few things here and there that I would want people to just surprise themselves with it. I just know that it does focus a lot on on shining allied on the indigenous experience in a bologna land which is pretty much everything around here. Unfortunately but yeah it. It's very much I was giving a glimpse of what he's able to do as a filmmaker but also of the stories that he's interested in telling and how these are stories that are very much well Deserve to be told particularly from his lines A very a land. That's very much underrepresented in that. We need more stories to come from absolutely. Yeah and and. I haven't seen it. But i definitely would love to especially after seeing layer on a i think boost dementia has a really interesting point of view with the way that he he stages this film and just looking at images of of this other film it it looks It looks absolutely beautiful. And it's definitely something. I'm looking forward to checking out and also that that made actresses great in this. So i'm sure she's great in that as well. Oh yes. they're they're both really really great awesome. Well i'm going to go with my first puzzle piece and this one kind of it was one of the first things that i thought of after i finished watching this and that's actually Toro's pan's labyrinth because it takes a different horrific historical event And even though this is a drama it places horror and fantasy elements within the world of that particular historical event. Of course you know. I in pan's labyrinth. That's the spanish civil war here. It's it's this genocide guatemala and is a very different setting but To try to infuse horror and fantasy elements into. That is where. I got the connection here and i think it is important for people to know going into this movie lawyer. Owner is even though there's so much horror to it. It's not really a horror movie even though it's pretty creepy And and there's some scary stuff in there. It's definitely more of a drama. I and that's kind of the same way. I think that Gmo's rotate. The direction he takes with pan's labyrinth is is. You're kind of. You're getting this kind of fantasy drama. That has these horror elements that brings it squarely into genre world but Is definitely not just trying to scare you the whole time. So it's definitely if you're if you're not a fan of horror movies. It's not really that kind of thing. Right yes and i'm glad you point that out. 'cause yes lay your on is not year mainstream. Jump scare Kind of horror film. If you're aviary jumping into this film. I'm expecting that you're going to be very much disappointed. however you will have a good time watching this masterpiece and it's funny. I'm i'm glad you bring up pan's labyrinth because my my next puzzle peas Is certainly a mother thought. Oh film But i went with the devil's backbone. Actually sure yeah from two thousand one similarly for for the reasons you just sat out But i guess for me because okay so so. If you have not seen the devil's backbone a pretty much follows a ten year. old boy. His name scuttles and he arrives to an orphanage That's currently taking on these orphans from from the war Which which is the movie. That's right before pence labyrinth. So this is. This movie is right at the end of the spanish civil war in a we have carlos he goes into this orphanage and then he has to find his way Through the orphanage and then gradually he figures out About the historical events that happen in this orphanage including a little ghost of a little young boy who was murdered in the orphanage On named sunday so that you just said having these these horror elements these tactical elements as well Incorporated in a situation like this one Like the devils backbone. Where we have the orphanage that. It's literally a visualization of the civil war because within the orphanage of course you have your villains you have people who are trying to protect these children and then We also see what. I particularly found a lot of similarities with Layer owner was the ghost. We have the ghost of santi here. And then we have the legendary ghosts w rana both of whom are In this case santi he is looked upon initially we. Of course it's a ghost is a monster we're led to believe we automatically assume that he's the villain of the story but in reality we get more. As the as the film progresses we learn about history. We learn Why he's Seeking whoever he seeking and kind of similar food lion. Ah you know she. She enters the The film with a purpose. So when i actually yeah i i will probably reserve what was about to say right now in terms of These characters because i'll probably just save it for the next piece. Yes the devil's backbone. By doro just found a lot of similarities with later on as well awesome awesome. And yeah and i. I think that you know just putting those two together. Those to the tour movies they it really kind of just goes to show. Just how this isn't like a tradition of bringing bringing horror elements to real world dramatic stories. And that i think that kind of brings people who maybe wouldn't have been there for the For that kind of story like maybe people who aren't into a you know a historical drama. But then they they hear that. Oh there's going to be harder stuff. Involved definitely brings in a different audience. Which is a great thing. Yeah.
"rosa" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Right so joining me today. Back on the show is rosa from latin. Next leads rose. How's it going. Hey good how are you. I already. I am very happy to have you back on. The show's been a little while. Last time was a not so good movies. So i'm glad to get to talk about a good movie with you. Yes yes. I am very very very happy to be back at you. Just give me back. And i'm always going to say yes to you so happy to be back and yes excited excited to.
"rosa" Discussed on It's All About Evolving
"Hey check back in here. It's back to get whole basically. Yeah closer to as well. Yeah i guess my next question is somewhat alliance than you pretty much answer it. I would say personally speaking when it comes to my faith is that sometimes people know who you are right. They will see it and they will still try to press buttons and then as you mentioned something. We haven't really stepped back okay. God are you testing me because this other side wants to come out right now. Are you really tested me. it's funny. I think we've all probably felt like god is. I don't know if god really tests us as much as we think he does. I think he empowers us to make it past those things. I think he tells us up. Front there's going to be challenges. But i'm gonna be right there with you so during those challenges i think the more you learn to lean into him and say what is it that i'm missing here because i know that your perspective is much broader than mine. I know that you see beyond this issue. And i don't. There's so much more that i don't see than what i do. See what is it that i need to see here. I can't see what you see. Because i'm not god but i have access to us so show me what i'm meant to see in the situation so that i don't react based on only what i'm seeing physically like. What is unseen to me right. Now that i needed. And i think that's where faith comes in and you have to be open to listen and accept that there's something bigger happening underneath whatever's manifesting and so you know sometimes when you're in front of people that are pushing your buttons even. They may not know that they're having a bad day or that. They're pushing your buttons. And i think the biggest thing i learned is people. Don't get up in the morning trying to make a bad day for rosa. I'm not that important..