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Monitor Show 18:00 10-13-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. We have an incredible team that really makes it all happen, and we so appreciate it. Justin Milliner, Ariel Agami, Paul Brennan, and a special shout out to Sara Lizzi. Thank you for making it happen. Wall Street Week. Have a good weekend, everybody. Wall Street Week starts now. Microsoft says it's closed its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard after almost two years of regulatory tangles. Activision's stable of games, such as Call of Duty and Candy Crush, will move Microsoft further away from Xbox consoles and towards gaming that can work across platforms and devices. The war between Israel and Hamas has the potential to disrupt the entire world economy, starting with the price of oil, sending it and inflation higher, and growth slower. Wall Street is worried that helped send the S &P and NASDAQ down a half to one and a quarter percent, the S &P falling 22, the NASDAQ falling 167, the Dow rose a tenth of a percent, 39 points. Joan Doniger, Bloomberg Radio. When Wall Street is waking up, Europe is already trading. Bloomberg Brief brings you the news, data, and analysis you need to set your agenda. Micro, macro, and everything in between. This is Manus Granny in New York. And I'm Danny Berger in London. Join us next time.
Fresh update on "sara" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"FM 97 7 your information station. You're listening to Northwest News Radio. I'm Jeff Poggela. Here's Kim Shepherd. The state of Hawaii continues to investigate the cause and the response to the Maui firestorm that claimed more than 100 lives back in August, and they're now issuing subpoenas for some county department heads. ABC's Alex Stone is joining us on the Northwest News line. so who's being subpoena here? In what information are they being asked for? Well, there's three agencies receiving these subpoenas all in Maui County Public Works, the Department of Water Supply over questions about the lack of water pressure coming out of the hydrants during the the firefight, but most notably in these that Maui Emergency Management Agency, NEMA as it's called, is the one names of the on the list as they go after the agencies. They say not specifically people in the agencies, making but sure that documents are preserved inside these offices that NEMA the the head of it was not even on the island when the the wildfire burned and he later quit over questions you remember about his background and qualifications for the job and if he really should have held it. But after the fire that the governor has said over and over again that they want to get to the bottom of the response to figure out was inappropriate say I've also ordered a full investigation of the cause of the fire and the emergency response. We'll get answers to exactly what happened there and there will be full accountability and transparency to the public. So Hawaii's AG saying she is hoping these subpoenas will quicken the pace at which they can get critical facts about what unfolded. There were some reports Kim the Maui County was not cooperating with the investigation. The county says is completely cooperating. The AG says with the subpoenas that they want scientific analysis of how the fire event unfolded from the response from emergency managers to what was going on with the fire. But back to the head of MEMA, you remember he said, activating sirens tsunami would not have worked because people are trained to run up ground away from a tsunami threat. That would have been into the flames he claimed at the time. The public is trained to seek higher ground in the event that the siren sounded in fact. But people on Maui immediately pushed back saying if fire spreading was in the the upper area that they weren't going to run into the flames just because they were told that if you hear the sirens to run that way. So he's being in at least his response and then generally under the office being looked at there and in this investigation and was Mima's a response appropriate but a lot of questions remain. You know would the tsunami sirens made any difference? There's still a lot of debate about that on Maui but claiming that the people would have run into the flames because they to were told run uphill that is one of the things that they're looking at should they been activated maybe but but working they're on the case right now. And I understand that the the number of victims has gone up today. Yeah it was 100th person has now died. It was an elderly resident of Lahaina who had bad injuries from the wildfire so the number of dead has now gone to 100. You remember it was above that then they brought it down to I believe 97 then it has slowly gone back up to a hundred and on the island that the officials are saying they're always gonna say at least whatever the number is that at point right now it is at least 100 because they may never know how many people really died. They have been able to find most of the the missing but over time the number of weeks ago there were human remains found near the courthouse in Lahaina and then it went up to 99. Now with the death of this resident who had bad burns the the fire has claimed a hundred lives but they believe there may other be victims that we will never know about who were out there but but officially yeah the the number now up to 100. ABC's Alex Stone on the Northwest News Line. That's Northwest News Radio's Kim Shepherd. Here's Sara Lee Kessler with the latest health news. China's health ministry says the country needs more fever clinics to cope with the surge in respiratory diseases. This comes during the first full winter since COVID restrictions were eased in China. The World Health Organization is asking for details of the outbreaks after reports of clusters of children being hospitalized with pneumonia. The rise in cases is primarily centered in Beijing and in northern China. Health experts at the WHO say there's no immediate cause for international concern because the new respiratory cases are nowhere near the scale of the initial COVID -19 outbreak four years ago and appear to be due to common viruses. And a food pantry for pets has opened in downtown Los Angeles run by a vet from San Diego. Dr. Quain Stewart has been providing free medical services to animals on skid row for more than 12 years. That's Sarah Lee Kessler reporting. Your stock charts .com money updates on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. We check money news at 20 and 50 past each hour here in Northwest News Radio. Let's get the latest from Jim
Monitor Show 07:00 09-22-2023 07:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries' environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context, and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. This is Bloomberg Radio. We still think rates are somewhat too high over the long run. As long as the politics lets the U .S. be exceptional, you can have higher yields and a stronger dollar. Turning to the U .S., we are a lot weaker than consensus with U .S. growth. Inflation expectations are fairly well behaved for consumers. What we're seeing is the lagged impact of fairly aggressive monetary tightening really starting to bite. This is Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keane, Jonathan Farrow and Lisa Abramowitz. This is Bloomberg Surveillance live from the city of London for our audience worldwide. Good morning. Good morning. Alongside Tom Keane and Lisa Abramowitz, I'm Jonathan Farrow, your equity market positive here by 0 .2%. It's been a rough, dicey couple of days in this market. Let's put it all together. Biggest one -day loss on the S &P 500 in about six months, yields we haven't seen for more than a decade, cycle highs on a ten -year, on a two -year. This morning in today's session in Asian trading, we went through $4 .50 briefly on a ten -year. We come back about a basis point, $4 .48. TK, putting it all together, what a ride it's been over the last few trading days. I'm going to go away from the equity market. I really take issue with the worry and the doom and gloom on equities. It's barely a pullback here with a VIX at 17 .12, I believe, as a level. You think we had a 20, a 22, a 25 VIX. We got nothing. It's been resilient equity markets with the bounce back today. In the other areas, you're right, John, in foreign exchange, I can tell you it's an interesting study. It's not one or two pairs. It's like 10 or 12 pairs you can study. Sara Velles with us from Deutsche Bank.
A highlight from Telefonica and VUI Agency Talk about Generative and Conversational AI in the Contact Center - Vociebot Podcast Ep 346
"This is episode 346 of the VoiceBot Podcast. My guests today are Sara Hoyevsky of Telefonica and Patrick Esslinger from Vui Agency. We talk about conversational AI and generative AI in the Contact Center. Welcome back, VoiceBot Nation, to another amazing interview. I am sure you're going to like this one. I'm Brett Kinsella, host of the VoiceBot Podcast. Each week for over six years I've had the privilege of sitting down with true innovators in conversational AI, generative AI, and synthetic media, and to bring you their insights and perspectives. It is my honor to do that, and today we're talking about the Contact Center. Sara Hoyevsky of Telefonica talks about her journey that really followed the recent maturation of conversational AI, and we get inside information, insights into her most recent project, creating a generative AI solution to help customers. Sara is joined by Patrick Esslinger, co -founder of Vui Agency, which in specializes conversational experience design, and has worked on several Telefonica projects. By the way, if you want to follow the generative AI market more closely, I recommend you sign up for the Synthetia daily newsletter. That's where I, yes me, I break down the top stories, trends in data, and generative AI. Join a few thousand of your peers that I would fondly suggest are the most erudite observers of the business and technology of generative AI, and you can join in the conversation. We'd love to see you there. You can sign up for free at bit .ly forward slash synthetia. That's bit .ly forward slash synthetia, like S -Y -N -T -H -E -D -I -A, Synthetic Media Synthetia. There you go. I definitely hope to see you there. Join us. Okay, Sara Hoyevsky is the manager of AI and automation at Telefonica Germany. She became the business lead for customer -facing AI initiatives in 2020 after three years working on innovative solutions, such as Telefonica's Aura voice assistant. Some of you may remember Aura. Patrick Esslinger, co -founder of WUI Agency. He did that in 2017. They started it as a specialty agency dedicated to improving voice user interface design for enterprises. He previously co -founded Nanoku, and he has a master's degree in engineering from Technical University of Munich. Next up, conversational AI, intelligent assistants, and generative AI in the Contact Center. Let's get started.
Monitor Show 15:00 08-18-2023 15:00
"We've got a visit from President Biden to Maui, which has been ravaged by a wildfire, as we all know well and horrifically. And then, of course, on Wednesday will be that first Republican primary debate, which we learned this afternoon, the former president and front runner Donald Trump likely will not be attending. So there's a lot to look forward to. Of course, we'll have coverage of all of that and more on sound on next week. But thank you for joining Billy House and myself, Kayleigh Lines, on this Friday. Bloomberg Businessweek starts right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Businessweek insight from the reporters and editors who bring you America's most trusted business magazine, plus global business finance and tech news as it happens. Bloomberg with Businessweek Carol Masser and Tim Stenebeck on Bloomberg Radio. Good afternoon, everybody. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio streaming on YouTube at Bloomberg Originals. It is we made it. It is Friday, August 18th, 2023. I'm Carol Masser. Tim Stenebeck is off today with us as Bloomberg News deputy team leader for U .S. Equities just met. And Jess, I got to say, I was saying to our producer, Sara Livesey, who is in for our producer, Paul Brennan, on this Friday, is that I thought it was supposed to be quiet on Fridays in August, busy day week. And I know everybody's focused on obviously how stocks are going to close up the week. We still have about an hour before the close. But the S &P 500 giving back some of those losses. So right now, instead of the potentially biggest loss since March, we are looking for the biggest loss actually just since earlier this month. So not quite as sexy of a size and scope there, Carol. Sorry, if everybody's watching on YouTube and Bloomberg Originals, I had to lick my finger because for some reason the finger.
Jewish groups and city officials protest against Roger Waters concert in Frankfurt
"Jewish groups and politicians have protested Pink Floyd cofounder Roger Waters concert and Frankfurt Germany on Sunday. I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest. Jewish groups are accusing Roger Waters of anti semitism, an allegation he denies, waters won a court challenge aimed at canceling the concert, which was held at the festival in Frankfurt. That's the site where more than 3000 Jews were rounded up by Nazis and sent to concentration camps in 1938. Last week, Berlin police opened an investigation into waters on suspicion of incitement. Images on social media show waters wearing a long black coat with a red armband and holding an imitation machine gun, water says the elements of his performances that are being challenged are the ones making a statement opposing fascism and bigotry
Musical 'Some Like It Hot' leads Tony Award nominations with 13 nods
"The musical version of some like it hot leads the Tony nominations with 13. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. The Broadway adaptation of the 1959 movie some like it hot is up for best musical competing against Anne Juliet, Kimberly akimbo, New York, New York, and shucked the best play nominees are ain't no mo between riverside and crazy, cost of living, fat ham and leopoldstadt, Jessica Chastain, Sean Hayes, Jodie comer, Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles all earned nominations. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical bad Cinderella and a beautiful noise the Neil Diamond musical were shut out. The tonys will be June 11th in New York with
Sara Carter: Death & Destruction Along the Southern Border
"Saw some gains among Republicans in Texas. I'm wondering if you're hearing from Democrats who are just as frustrated as the rest of us. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we've heard Democrats like Henry cuellar. We've seen what's happened in Arizona with kyrsten sinema. You know, others that are on the ground local politician, you know, from Macau and to you mayor Arizona or I could say you know from Laredo, Texas to uma Arizona. We are seeing people speak up and speak out. And many of the tejanos and who live here in Texas that have been here for generations are saying we need to put a stop to this. We can see that because their fence lines are being torn down. Our ranches, there is destruction on the property. There is concern about the safety and the well-being of families, many times you'll have groups of men coming across the border and trying to enter people's homes. Coming into the home for the purpose of stealing or maybe finding water, we have also seen the highest numbers of deaths along the border tide where we have migrants that are losing their lives and imagine what it's going to be like when the weather shifts again after the spring and the summer months kit and along the Rio Grande valley in the Rio Grande valley sector, the temperatures will be soaring. Dehydration loss of people get lost in that vast wilderness. This is a tough area to cross, especially if you're up at big bend national park. We've seen people lost to the point where they die. They have no way to reach anyone or any so there is nothing about this. There is nothing about this open border policy under the Biden administration that is remotely redeemable
Sara Carter: 'Utter Chaos' Along the Southern Border
"Want to talk about the border. You have, you have really done an amazing job of broadcasting down there and I'm curious to know after months of being down there. What are your observations? What do we need to know about what's happening along our border? I just got to tell you it's complete and utter chaos. And I believe this is a purposeful on the part of the Biden administration. You did bring up the fact that title 42 is about to end. It's a month away. We know people have been piling up on the other side of the border. Those are people that have been trafficked to come into the United States illegally so many children, so many women, so many men, people that have not been properly vetted, people from all over the world. And right now, I mean, by the end of the Biden administration, we're looking at numbers way over 5 million entering the United States. And over 1 million known goda ways. Todd, so this is people that we know have gotten away. People that are in the United States that have never been properly vetted. This is a huge problem. It's a national security problem. It is a disaster for the western hemisphere. And I can tell you that traveling, it's not just in America. You see the issues across the board. This open border policy has created a disaster all through Central America. It's a global problem because now we have people coming from as far away as in droves from as far away as China. We've seen a lot of Chinese migrants coming across the border. These long journeys arduous journeys and by the way, some of the people that are coming across the border are being vetted because our intelligence apparatus is not only looking for criminals and our law enforcement and apparatus, but they're looking for spies. People who maybe crossing into our country with nefarious ideas like
Travel disruption hits Germany on eve of transport strike.
"An increased number of travelers in Germany boarded trains and planes on Sunday. A day before a major one day strike that aims to bring the country's transportation system to a standstill, but even advanced travel was met with disruptions. Munich airport has already shut down because of the impending strike on Monday, and technical problems affecting German airline Lufthansa and Frankfurt led to flight delays in cancellations at the country's biggest airport. Munich airport, the country's second busiest, said that the Verde union was hitting it with two days of strikes, and it has no regular passenger or cargo flights on either Sunday or Monday. A total of a 1500 connections were affected and take offs and landings were only possible for emergency humanitarian flights. German unions have called on thousands of workers across the country's transportation system to stage strikes as employees in many sectors are seeking hefty raises to reflect persistently high inflation. I'm Sara nafa.
Pope Francis offered a special prayer for the people of Mississippi and Ukraine.
"35,000 people gathered in Saint Peter's square the Sunday to listen to Pope Francis Angeles prayer from his window. After the angelus, the pontiff made sure to reiterate his message for peace in Ukraine, saying that only the change of hearts can open the road leading to peace. He also called for prayers for the martyrized Ukrainian people. Pope Francis then spoke about the victims of this weekend's devastating tornado in Mississippi, which is killed at least 25 people, injured dozens more, introduced homes to piles of rubble. Down the vast or I'm Sara nafa
George Sarris Is "Searching for Truth"...
"Welcome back. I continue my conversation now in hour two with my friend George Sarah's George W saris, in case you want to find George, George's website, George W saras dot com, the book is searching for truth in Vegas, Hollywood, and Bethlehem, the quest to discover if God is real. And so George, you and I, we've discovered that he is real. But the big news and that's what you have in this book is that anyone who wants to can discover the same thing. This is not just for a few religiously minded people. Every human being has these basic questions. And I think why am I here? Right now, people are beginning to ask those questions. For a while, they weren't asking them. Everything was going fine. You know, we've got this wonderful culture where I make money. I do this. I do that. But all of a sudden, everything is falling apart. And so as it's falling apart, people are beginning to wonder, are there answers? And if there are, where are those answers? And they're beginning to, I think, be open to wanting to know them. You are singing my song. I've been saying this for at least for the last year that things have gotten so bad that a lot of just normal people going through their lives are saying, hey, wait a minute. What the heck is happening? Something's wrong. Where do I look for answers? And the level of evil and confusion is so strong that people who wouldn't ordinarily be inclined to look for a spiritual solution are saying that this feels evil and I wonder if there's a God who has the maybe he could be the only answer to this because it's not a political thing. It's not there's something bigger going on. So I agree with you that there has never been really in our lifetimes a stronger desire on the part of just average folks. Like what is happening and are there answers? Where would I look for those answers?
Invasion at the Border: A Conversation With Sara Carter
"The listener, he's dropping in on our conversation here. This is Sarah Carter. She's the host of the dark wars podcast. Dear friend of mine, we've known each other now for several several years going back. Really back to the time of, doesn't it seem like now a different era of the Russia investigation and the all that going on. And all of it's been within the last 5 or 6 years, but it seems like it's an eternity ago, Sarah. Yeah, it does. I was thinking the same thing. Especially when all the information just came out on President Biden and all of his documents and, you know, the classified documents and I was thinking back to when we first started breaking the stories on the FBI and Donald Trump and what was going on with lieutenant general Michael Flynn. And it does, it feels like an eternity ago, but remember, even when you and I were talking and you were in Congress and we would all everybody would, you know, be on different shows or we would talk about things because we didn't really know. It was peeling back layers of an onion and we didn't know like, oh my gosh, you'd see these text messages and holy cow. I can't believe James baker, the general counsel did this or rod Rosenstein did this, but now I realize, just like when I would tell people I say, why don't you write a book? Why don't you write a book? And I would say because I don't feel like we know the whole story. I just feel like there's this big chunk of the story that's missing and for sure a big chunk of the story was missing because now we see it, you know? Now we'll see what's coming out. Yeah, don't say Sarah though, it was one of those things where you sit in there and say, we knew we were right, we just couldn't show you. And now it is, we told you though.
Doug Sits Down With Award-Winning Investigative Reporter Sara Carter
"So how often do you stay in the event of orders there? Because I say you down there all the time. How much do you think you're staying down there right now? A good percentage of my life has been at the border. I feel like I'm more I'm more familiar with the border and Kabul than my own house right now. Are you saying that? I just got back in off the road. I literally, you know, because we were getting this done, I was so glad to get to you and I were going to be able to talk. And I was flying and I was in New York, then went to D.C. and then got back and I had the actual beauty last weekend and air force. And so I'm just getting back home like 30 minutes ago and it's like, okay, is there something about Sarah just walking back into your house and you look around and it's like yes, like a big sense of relief and I'm always, you know, especially because our youngest is ten, so we have the older kids, right? Who are all okay? We don't need to be around and the youngest one is the one that I feel worse for whenever I'm gone. And so I'm on the phone with her every night or FaceTiming. And then when I'm home, I'm home, so I am blessed that I'm not going to complain. It's first world problems, but when I'm home, I'm home and I get to take her to school and do all the mommy stuff, but I do feel bad sometimes, but she knows and I've taken her on trips with me and let me tell you this. This will be funny. Now, you're gonna laugh at this. So when I took her, it was like over a year ago or when cpac came back, right? Remember when it was in Dallas? I took her with me there because I was speaking. And she hung out with other kids and she was out on her own with the other kids while I was getting ready to go up in speak and I was so busy running back and forth and then I thought, okay, president Trump's going to speak, let's all get together and go around and see him speak and we were sitting kind of towards the front. And my daughter is ten, she looks up at me and at that time, she was 9. She looks up at me and she goes, oh, I already met him. He and I already talked. And I was like, I spoke here and I didn't even get a chance to say hello to him. She goes, oh yeah, he was walking towards the back and I said, mister president, my name is Anna lease.
Don Lemon & Sara Murray Think It's Funny to Be Abused by the FBI
"And Don lemon over at CNN thinks this is very funny Cut 7 go Did you say a hardee's I said I heard he was apparently he was at a hearty and that is where the FBI confronted him about needing to search his phone He's a very interesting detail Was he inside her at the drive-through I believe he was at a Sarah Sarah Murray I don't know who she is and phony Journalist I'm sure it's very funny isn't it America For some people being abused by the FBI and the system is funny For others it's not so funny It's not so funny It's open season This is pretty sick In fact it's very sick And the meteor pushing this
Sara Carter: What Will Happen if Title 42 at the Border Is Removed
"Amazing So Sarah the border is a disaster right now We've seen the imagery the numbers are through the roof I'm hearing numbers that may breach over 200,000 encounters a month now I mean this is outrageous The entire town I live in I think has less than 3000 people This is incredible Give us one The story of what it looks like on the ground And what's going to happen if title 42 isn't renewed Well I got to tell you Dan it's absolutely right You're right on about the numbers slide on In fact in March what we saw for that month was over 210 thousand encounters Those are apprehensions And so people understand this those are the people that they've apprehended And I believe it's just a catch and release situation We've seen that down where people are being released So even if they're apprehended imagine they're just being let go into the country So they come into the country they become a part of the American fabric People are not properly vetted I can tell you here at the border it's so frustrating for our law enforcement officials because the amount of people flooding in is something that they can't control Basically you have border patrol agents trying to apprehend You have ice agents who have to catch and then release based on what they're being instructed to do by their supervisors who are being instructed by Washington D.C. the numbers this year look closer in total to 3 million And I talked to you about apprehension but what they're not telling you is about the people that are the God aways So since October 2021 and this is from my interviews with Mark Morgan who was former with U.S. homeland from interviews with other people that I've spoken to there are roughly around 700,000 got aways right now in the U.S. on top of the people that are being
Sara Carter: John Durham Is Warning Everyone There's More
"You know in the latest legal filing by dorm there's a line in there Sarah I think you and I both found interesting He doesn't say that the DNS data that was diverted to the Clinton campaign It wasn't illegally obtained I want to be clear with the audience Apparently it was a legitimate government contract But there are legitimate government contracts for researchers too but you can't give the research to the Chinese Communist Party It's where it was diverted later that's the scandal but it says in there in the opening line Durham says that the DNS data Sarah is among The Internet data exploited which again the English speakers like you and I with a reading comprehension better than Jim Acosta's means Durham probably has more right That there may be other Internet data there We get another why else would he write that Exactly Exactly He wrote that as part of I always call those magic beans Those are the little magic beans within writing that they're warning They're warning people within the Clinton campaign they're warning Michael sussman They're warning Perkins Kuwait Look we got more where this came from And we're going to let that out One of these days I think what is important also in that and what we have to comprehend is that remember Internet data and traffic flow and are protected in many different ways It would not surprise me It would not surprise me that John Durham is not just looking at what's the obvious Internet traffic but maybe traffic that was also hidden among files maybe hipa files may be other files that are traveling along the Internet that are supposed to be protected That are supposed to remain private But maybe they were carrying other information It just wouldn't surprise me if that was the
Sara Carter: Techniques Used on Enemies, CIA Used on President Trump
"Jim sciutto Pamela Brown and Eric bradner at CNN in April of 2017 wrote a piece that still on CNN's website has yet to be retracted It says British intelligence passed Trump associates communications with Russians onto U.S. counterparts I have stated in my three books through numerous sources here That it's clear to me that U.S. intelligence officials were involved in this operation to launder this information We now based on Durham's legal filings in the sussman case know that sussman met with the CIA too You have any color to add to that about U.S. intelligence agencies potential involvement with spying on an American citizen Donald Trump What would be the worst of worst crimes right Because that's not the role of the CIA Right The role of the CIA is to spy on foreign foreign enemies and not touch anything within the inside but what we saw here was a concerted effort by people within the Central Intelligence Agency and I say I point right at John Brennan who was an open hater of president Trump and willing to launder and James clapper the director of national intelligence who was also directly involved and James Comey and it's pretty I'm not making this stuff up You know it was out there It's public What happened in January when they briefed president Trump on the dodgy dossier that was given to them by a foreign spy that was paid for by Hillary Clinton They went ahead and they leaked that information first they briefed president Trump with the intention of getting that information out to the public So you're 100% right Dan They laundered information It is far worse in my opinion It wasn't just about spying They couldn't find anything on president Trump Had they found something on him They would have put it out there publicly What they did was they made up a lie They used the same techniques they use on the enemy Against the president of these United States
Sara Carter: Durham Report Is Historical, Pointing Back to Clinton
"Like you I was passed a lot of stuff early on And it was difficult and it was very hard to separate the wheat from the chaff Sarah you didn't know and I'll throw it to you here I don't want to ban the rabbit The case was so incredible that it seemed almost like the more hysterical the allegations as Tucker Carlson said the other night the more true they were And you didn't know is this just crazy or what Did they were spying on Trump We have the name of the actual spy We have the azra Turk name We know about halper we know all these names and they're still pretending this thing didn't happen 100% 100% Dan And that's the thing We're looking at this indictment but you're absolutely right Step on helper The office of net assessment the Department of Defense with this office we didn't even have a full investigation yet into this area of the spy operation What happened with general Michael Flynn that wanna look over the Russian remember and all of these things that happened that they know are going to be buried away because it's so difficult for people to keep up with all of this information But what's not difficult is the essential truth And we know what that essential truth is No matter how much Teflon Hillary Clinton thinks she can put between her and the rest of the public or between her and the Department of Justice it all points directly to the clintons It points directly to Hillary Clinton And this is what Durham is saying He's putting history into a report They may not be able to take her to court They may not be able to directly pinpoint the finger at her but everybody around her was involved in an operation to spy on president Trump and worse than that It wasn't just about spying Dan You and I both know this This was a disinformation campaign To destroy and target a president of these United States
"sara" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"Rashi points out that he was so confident that he actually gave her the jewelry before he inquired as to who her family was. This is shows like a high level of faith and reliance upon guy that he totally assumed that like abraham told him that. That's going to be with you. Send an angel. If he's going to guide you he's an old grand it's going to. It's going to be a success and therefore even before he verified that she was indeed from abraham's family. He gave her the jewelry rebecca response on the door of the all the son of milita whom she borne tuna hor. And yes you can stay with us for not just one night but four multiple nights and russia points out that while liaison had asked for one night lodging she response with many nights multiple nights of lodging again she's addressing more than just the needs that he explicitly stated. She is also offering kindness more than she was asked for. So the man bowed low paint has sham. And he said blessed is a sham god of my master abraham who has not withheld kindness and truth from my master. Now there's a deep inside going on over here or certainly something to ponder about. Certainly if we were to make a list of what are the requirements of someone to marry isaac. We would include kindness on that list definitely after all. This is the house of abraham. This is the house. That abraham build the woman who's going to marry isaac. Isaac is destined to continue the pathak abraham began the movement that abraham began to build eventually the jewish nation. And the movement. That's gonna save the world. It's very important post. Who's gonna be the wife of of isaac and kindness will. That's certainly one of the characteristics. That personifies abraham abraham's household. And that's very important but there's something that seems to be missing..
"sara" Discussed on Architecture Today
"World so what i do as an octave what a professionally and personally is all parts of this whole system so understanding how we can do better is just part of ongoing learning process sara. What's your story. How do you. I join the movement. Well you know as a climate concerned susan. I've been questioning changing my decisions across my life across the spectrum in my life know my choices as consumer my choices as a parent but i was struggling to find support for changing my choices or support for my choices. An architect similar to sam being in interested in sustainability and how to bring that and just as a fundamental practice and not quite difficult as a small practitioner. I think just in terms of the resource that it takes but em you know. This is a change that we've seen happening Notably with the climate youth movements. The urgency of that just seemed absence in the construction industry. And so i went to declare event in the launch event of arkansas united in nineteen which was an incredibly moving galvanizing experience. But it was facilitated by the wonderful and o'brien and a met sam there who was one of hers supporting facilitations as econ. And that's how. I got hooked so a couple of economies meetings laser and i was a coordinator in existing buildings group and the rest of the song says mystery and it has absolutely fundamentally changed things for me. So you pay coordinators. What's the structure So i think everybody in can has a similar story is being being thrown him by somebody going blind event. And then you sort of realize the found this collection of people over the same sort of passions that you have and working in on these interesting projects. I never thought possible before. I fell into it. So the network is arranged We have this broader network. Where you come to meetings. She can get both as much as like is broken up into working groups so we have above grounds semantic routes where. We're looking at specific subjects in the built environment said things like existing buildings embodied carbon Called planning policy various. I think we've got nine groups. The my renews one is natural materials just formed The these nine groups work on various projects and build campaigns there and each one of those has a cooled mates say at least one sometimes two three or four konate depending on the size of the group that just help to make things run more efficiently They're the sort of shepherds heading the cats and we gather together into a circle and along with the thematic groups who got working groups that will d graphics run the website social media finances and things like that and then we have a steering group. Is well where we're trying to make the ship going the right direction and Try and share the resources as well as possible so it's a little bit of an anarchist arrangement we refer back to the chrissy is is a way of oak nizing. Essentially everybody is an equal in the network will work together and we just find the row. The best suits what we need to be doing. Say my current role his movements will support coordinator. So i'm looking after working groups. That are running the website and back of house things And sarah is currently the existing buildings could mater but around them. We we should take on. The road is necessary at that time. And it said that fluidity in that dynamism that allows us to really adapt and Chase the challenges that we need to anyone. Time the one day i would say about us. It takes a little bit of getting used to. I think if you come to emmy tank we've had meetings for. We've had new joiners and it's always exciting. Tux new people come along and find a. m. e. sometimes got a question. Michael can i can do this. And the responses will yes. You are a cotton you know. You're here that's what mountainous. If there's something that you feel passionate drive it for take at the top. The support is here for you to do this. So i think that's really key the differences that you don't have to do something to prove yourself to be part of the membership to pay a membership fee to do any of those things you come. You put your energy. And that's what's asked. Outfits and in that sense is sending very like extinction rebellion in terms of the sort of lack informal hierarchy management and all the emphasis on individual action as part of the whole list. Things what's your relationship to saw sir can was founded on westminster during the fest of rising through funeral steering group Decided to bench governor and take on the industry But i think we've learned lessons from what they during way. We solve buildings of relearning from exile sunrise movement from the climate a movement. That does this incredible energy and people and people ask about al leaders. Some lead less lead a full as so many people in the network who have the ability to do incredible things and we just help empower them to and give them that support. Must what is really about support network and let me bring it back very directly to the link with your professional life as architects. I mean you have to living. How'd you reconcile the two and let me ask you. How'd you reconcile your work as practitioners with your worth can. This is a really interesting question that a lot of people battle it on. It's actually one of the things that we battlements quite a lot because you know people have got to work and it's difficult when it feels like there's so much to be done. Where do you find the time to do it. And actually it's just that it's just a difficult balance. We we make the time because of passionate about. Is you know as sunsets. Currently were richest south organized. You know we don't have any funding at a th moment for any any sort of paid records parts of that so really is just about using the power of the network that we've talked about before and ensuring that we've got as many hands on on the deck to kinda help those things but if i'm being really really honest and it just takes up more time. I'm having to sort of find time somewhere else to kind of bring about this change because once you start to see the impact that you're having an individual as part of this collective is very difficult to walk away from it because you really do feel the Feet and so. I think it might veil like a bit of an ask at the beginning when he see okay. I need this meeting about making so interesting on a really won't be part of us but actually yeah that's sort of becomes sort of reached this Can't back away now. This too much at stake. This isn't something we can opt in or out of. You know there is a real very very real threat of emergency and if you're.
"sara" Discussed on Still Buffering
"If there's which one of their older albums and then heart throb is probably my second favorite. I love him like those songs are. That was like a time and place for me to win. That album came out. And like the stuff. I was going through like Like i was a fool. It like all messed up. It's like those are just so good. Yeah i like that. I have to say. I think i was partial to. I'm trying to remember which album Casino at songs. I liked If i was you yeah I really liked that but like the songs you shared off of that especially living room. That was maybe my favorite. I liked you in a way as well. Yeah and i've heard good. Oh go ahead. oh no. I say it was. It was hard on some those albums like If i was you and so jealous like trying to cut it down to four or five songs. I mean you can see the list on jealous. I just gave up but these are all going on to be there. I really like the newer stuff to I found myself really connecting with the most recent album from two thousand nineteen Hey i'm just like you you know. And here's a cool thing about that. Those are actually mainly songs that they wrote back when they were teenagers. And they they. They released that album. They came out with a memoir about high school their high school years. That is actually being made into a television show that clean all is directing at least the first episode. It's like writing directing. But yeah so i thought that was cool that it's their most recent album but it songs from like deep in their past i. It's also great album. Yeah yeah that is that is very cool idea and the music felt very modern to me. Lyrically maybe going. Back and listening i would. I would hear that more there but it felt very Now i mean it didn't feel like something from you know a decade or two ago it was a solid quarantine album. Yeah that just came out in two thousand nineteen. And that's i didn't. I don't think i started listening to it to last year was like. Oh because it's a lot more like pared down in is not as low produced. It's sort of singer-songwriter I want to talk more about teagan. And sara and how much you love them today but before we do that. Let's check the group message so once again We wanna talk to you about the max von drive. Because we're really excited. We love this time of year. We love it because we get to talk about the maximum fun family of shows and how much it means to us and how important it is and much it has meant to us as creators to be a part of this community To be able to not just have people who listen to our shows but Help support us and help us do the things we do. Because that's really. That's you the listener. You're the one who makes this possible I have talked many times before. About how because of Being part of maximum fun because of you I have been able to devote more of my time to making these shows to researching for the shows. I do to creating the shows. I do too on making them sound. Better so that hopefully you will in. You will enjoy that you know to make more of them and and make them better To do other things with the with the time that it's given me like Provide free medical care so.
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"Off by letting everyone know what time of year it is. Oh i like that again. I like that for this. Very special max fund drive episode. We continue to have this piece of gum on our recording. That there's a lot of dumb. Don't worry it's true my right the attitude piece of gum from my loving husband. Who did he didn't want to chew in your ear while he was recording one of his podcasts and so he took it out of his mouth and just stuck it not under the desk on top of the desk right next to me so i just said no. I'm gonna call you out of it though because you pointed that out last week when we recording clearly is still there. So is this this like standoff. What is going to clean up. The kursk are going to eat that. If you don't do something about it that's true. Listen cooper love it. It's twenty twenty one the pre to gopal. We've come a long way baby. I do not have to clean up. My husband's chewed gum. I ain't donna. Reed can pick up his own gun. I think the best part about it is. This is his office space. That i know he's in at least once a day. I know it's been at least a week now where he is coming out of that chair. You're sitting at right now. Seen it acknowledged presence and just loved it. Are you sure. He's not like take in a couple. Choose and then putting it back to the pizza gum okay. Anyone else ever think oh sometimes looked a little tasty and like cartoons whenever they'd like have the like characters like scraping gum out from under the desk and they're all brightly colored and like no. Okay i mean that's like non real-life but like i feel like there are lots of times in cartoons where they'd like someone's punishment in detention would be scraped. The desk come and they all those little brightly. Colored pastel will wads it. Filled with the news a cartoon. So i didn't know it's content so it was just a little colorful wad now. Maybe maybe at some point that might have looked good to me. But i've had that actual job in a restaurant with a kind of a cafeteria seating it we're just like once a week somebody had to go around and just scrape underneath the tables and once you do that here. Different as a person forever. yeah. I felt the same about the bugs in lion king of the bug. Wouldn't they ate the bug. Said look thank you. I've told the game. Yeah the game. Yeah the bucks game because then they made those popsicles. That had a minute. Yeah yeah. I'm glad you all agree. I've told people this before. And they looked at me and like it was very weird thing. I can get on board with the bugs. The not the abc gum. All right tae let. Please save us from this gum conversation. So for this week. I wanted to talk about the band. Teagan and sara Which are to their twin sisters Teagan rain quinn..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"You like keeping busy because you gotta keep busy in la right. You got a busy as good. And and i'm just like noah is enough like i don't know when is when is. When are you happy with as much when you happy with my output. Yeah when you happy with the work that i'm doing so to the people who are asking you what else. Hey fuck yourself. As an when. I was a young interviewer a novice interviewer. I think that i would ask that question often of people who are talking to me to promote a movie or show or this or that would kind of go like oh you know. What else are you doing. But it really was just to give them a chance to mention anything. But i think it always had the effect of making it sound like that thing is not enough so yeah. That's it really question. I have had that question but at other times. I'm like oh. I've got this other thing in the works. It makes me feel good. That i got something in the bank but i think just denatured of life right now because i haven't been able to tour like what i wanna do is play these songs. That's that's the continuation. That's the finality of all the work. That's happened Is playing songs for people and it doesn't feel like the process is complete until that happens. That's that's set up set up no punchline right and So i just three setups going. I just need to be able to finish one of these things before you hide. Have the energy to do anything else or the inspiration. You have a tour coming up right or is that yes that yes. That's half there are. There are dates for brother sister. The for the family our album. Which i'm really proud of like i love this album. Something my brother. And i worked hard on. It's it's it's a really We wrote spend a lotta time writing and arranging these things to to work with the with with just the two of us and we're really proud of the songs on his album and so we do have some days haven't got cancelled yet and we're very excited about them and hopefully they will actually happen. I think it's not till august right. Yeah yeah but the we've got some stuff in the fall. So hopefully the august of might go away but yeah yeah. We'll see it'll happen. It's the signs are pointing Encouraging direction the it seems like seems like the fall is going to be a bit of a mass and the next year is going to be a catch up where everybody's just doing every like do doing the shows for anything that they put out. They're not able they weren't able to promote..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Right where does your just mere everyone. I walked down the street on the sidewalk. And i like to given idea where i am. What's around me. And then i closed my eyes and try to walk as long as i can without running into things. I love that. I have done stuff like that it so when i do it. I'm like this is very responsible and almost dangerous. Why am i doing this. Yeah it is. I used to do it on. I would be like jogging on a treadmill. And i've talked at length about how i don't jog and i don't run but whenever i'm going to treadmill which is not i haven't been on one longtime but i do try but i used to like to and i was listening to a disc man. That's long turn my music up really loud and then close my eyes while running and that always felt dangerous. Because you know whoa. That's bolt yeah. I feel like what you're doing is bowl to. We're we're bold. Were sisters in boldness to bold broad. Right tony do you ever do this. I can't say that i've ever even considered doing that. It's not a thought that's ever entered my mind. They've a little tony. I know i'm. I'm impressed but yeah i think i'm i think i'm too much of a wuss to do that. Do you close your eyes when you're playing drums like here and there. I'm sure it happens. I'm not even positive about that. Probably because you go into into a fiona apple like trance exactly. They called me. The mail fiona apple. I think that. I have a tony just mere everyone in here. Let me find it. listeners. If you'd like to send in your just mere everyone's tweet them to at air i y n bf stanford house in your best friend and use the hashtag j. m. o. e. Okay this is from tony. There are about seven hundred movies. I'd like to watch. But i need to not watch them alone and i'm not a talk through movies person but for some reason i need another person around to focus. Anyone had this issue. I don't really know.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Be like jokey with him in the vibe is just like i don't know you geez but in a way because yeah i was trying to impressive. Why why was trying to get his attention like he's he's cool. He's he's like his own thing. I don't need to be friends with everyone. I think is cool. Why was i making an effort so then like off shoot. You're so cool. You're right i'm just gonna be over here. He's like no. This is a younger than my parents. But you know it's not like he's my age so were you in the christian community growing up or are you. I am not no. I'm not i was in. It was kind of like a they buy. It would be like considered like the outskirts of christianity. At a lot of ways there was no fear of hell in hellfire and damnation Which i think. I was really spared a lot of trauma. Yeah by by not having to deal with that in my adulthood. An unraveled with that all the consequences of what that means. There are a lot of great metaphors lessons. That i carry with me from the stories that i grew up with and and there are some beautiful things that i that i still carry with me but i i i wouldn't say that i'm in there. And then lastly tammy says what was it like. Actually let me read her whole question. Hi sarah. I've been a fan of yours for years. What was it like working playing with fiona apple. It's amazing she's like she's a beast. It's it's she's so she's a one of a kind artist. i was just talking about her recently because Somehow somehow it came up we got to. She's around largo a lot where we do our family our shows and we've gotten to play with her a lot and and and tour that first time i got a tour. She joined nickel creek and we were her band. It was nickel creek and feel apple on a co bill and we played and then fiona saying we were her band. It was insane. I can't believe happened. And and she did criminal as if it were a bluegrass on would probably really made a lot of people mad. But i thought it was insane. It was insane to watch her transform that song and but the thing that that one of the things that i really took i could. I have this visual. Memory of being a in in virginia and.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So i feel like those things i really they. They feel kind of crucial to me to have both of those scenarios. I've always said like if if you're in one band you should try and be in too because Because there there are going to be different child different things that you learn from from each band at you can It'll help you grow. Otherwise it's very easy to get comfortable in your singular role in this one band. Whatever scenario you're in and you get your skills can kind of shrivel down to whatever is just needed for this. One scenario rather than growing into more well rounded skill set right. I feel like it's actually kind of the same with podcasting to. How did you end up playing on mandy. Moore's twenty twenty album. How did that come about. I have known taylor goldsmith for while he saying on my second record and he also sings on this record under the puppetry and And i got tour dodds quite a bit and so we we've seen the himalayas and he'll come down to the family our in play well now then so i think i met mandy through that. He admitted he came down and did a show one of the family hour shows. And and so we've seen her around around and she was part of a show. I'm just remembering this. She did a show with us We did a performance with diario for the dariel foundation which puts music in schools instruments in the hands of underprivileged school systems and districts and She came down and did that song. i think it's called fifteen at that show because it's about her experience as a as a kid growing up and It music and we played it. She really liked that version. Evidently she'd had hard time kind of finding the right way to record that song and so she invited me to be a part of this third round of like given that song ago. and so. that's how that happened. Pets so cool. And then what was it like tour with vince. Gill and amy grant. Do you have any honey vince. Gill stories vince. Gill has been my favorite since i was twelve. Which was twenty eight years ago. Oh my gosh so Alison i was a. I don't know how up on amy grant you are. I've ideal that. I'm not that up on amy grant she. She is the queen of christmas. Feel this is where you were going if you grew up in in in the christian community at all when you were in whatever junior high high school you're aware of immigrant because she is like the christ queen of christmas and And especially among church people. And i still love her to this day. I think she is so pretty. I love her voice. I watched her. She did a christmas special. When i was a kid. We had on. Vhs and i watched it year round. And she's saying with an orchestra and she was the first person i saw holding microphone in her hand like lead a stage like that and i thought was so i thought she was just like and We were fash forward like ten years if not more we were on. We got to do a christmas tour with vince. Gill and a chamber orchestra from nashville and And they were delightful and at the end of the tour. They invited a bunch of us other musicians to play poker up their suite at the hotel and they they got like a bunch of quarters when we just played with quarters. This guy like hundred dollars with a quarter or whatever and it was really fun. And they're both very genuine and kind people vince. Gill always makes me nervous though. Because he's so down to earth that like you..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Brutal Just have the one. And so. Yeah i there was. There was one dark day when i was in. My darkest day was in boise. Idaho and It was super hot. It was like a hundred and four degrees and in the bus. If sometimes you're in a spot where the bus can have push out. Were like it's like a bay window that comes out. It really expands the feeling of helping the bus home which is not big. It makes it feel much better. this was not scenario. We could do that. Bus was tiny hundred four degrees so we couldn't be outside the kids. They were like getting heat stroke. They're very young at the time and I was real tired. i was like auto on like. Oj had been a rough week for me for some reason teething or whatever and i just remember having a huge breakdown we just got. A hotel was not a last minute. We've gotta find some air conditioning in have a break and we got a hotel room and just started crying and the girls were like. We're taking sam you're sleeping and we're just going goodbye and i slept for four hours. I felt great after that. Yeah it was it was just you need help just need help in in some cases in some ways ya you are enough as a mom all the baby needs. But you need. Help like yeah. You're all a baby needs but the baby is not unique things to yeah. You're just being depleted right and it can be alienating being just with exclusively with the baby all the time because like there's yes. They're they're sweet. And it's heartwarming. And all those good things. But there's another level intellectually talking on the real saddam and they're also super immature. Have you notice and selfish. I if i was by myself i think it would have been a totally different tour even if i had had an any but but i don't think i would've been able to afford a nanny by myself in also Just having the camaraderie. Just having another mom that i can commiserate with and also just like be awake with me at seven in the morning when work frantically trying to find a children's museum or playground to go to get off the bus with you know someone to help you. Get the stroller out of the bay. Like like there are so many so many things. It's just great to have a teammate. Can have one. It's really really great. Yeah yeah i ended up doing mommy and me which i didn't even know about until there's one of my good friends. I happen to meet at a class at the hospital where we were both really pregnant And we kept in touch and at the time before we had our babies just like comparing notes about. Oh which rocking chair did you get that kind of stuff. Yeah mostly about products on the bidding but it was so fortuitous. Because we've we've become really good friends. We have kids wear the same age but anyway she's the one who was like. Oh i signed up for this class..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Oh well I never dated really in in the normal way. Because i would. I'd been on tour since. I was seventeen and so i had Like taught a people that i had hour long conversation but it really like after a while. It was like this fall. It was it was total false intimacy where it was just like you. Can you can have very big deep conversations with people but it became more about me feeling like i was communicating with somebody that actually remembering what they said and which which might be true a lot of people's early twenties relationships but i didn't have i was not home long enough or in any place long enough to have to deal with The the seeing somebody on a regular basis stuff and so that was. There was a little bit of adjustment on my end from that. Just figuring out how to have a relationship that wasn't gonna last ten days that will last longer than that right in a balanced way. You know how did you learn.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"So back to sara. I am wondering so you're eight years old. You're playing in nickel creek. A did you do you. You feel like you had a normal childhood or was that like were you like a child star. Neither i definitely didn't have a normal childhood because also because i was home schooled from seventh grade and on these days i feel like what is normal but When i was growing definitely there were some things that let me know that you know i was into my friends weren't into it was honestly to me. I felt like. I grew up in two different worlds for a while until when i was in school. That's what i felt like when i started home. Schooling it all kind of worked together. But i was willing to private school through sixth grade and i did not do well in private school. I just felt like i don't know i. I felt like. I didn't have many friends i was like. I was the kid who and hang out with the teachers at recess literally. Helping them with chalkboard i i didn't i just i didn't make sense at school. And when i went to festivals though on the weekends or when i went to the pizza parlor where the blue fan played i had tons of friends. They were just all seventy years old. But i loved it and i felt that i was so happy and sell you know. I've genuinely felt like they were my friends. And then we go to bluegrass festivals. I met a bunch of other kids. Who did this kind of stuff. A lot of them are my friends to this day and instill playing fiddle camps and it was awesome. I loved my childhood things that i learned through being in a band as a kid Such as a teamwork and Humility because there. I was definitely not the star of that band. Like in terms of Of of the chris christie in the ban is is outrageous musician and for the last time. I thought he was just like normal and i was subpar. But he's actually like extraordinary and an extraordinary. Yeah he's got a macarthur grant this deal. I know i know you're saying but it's i think like as a kid..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
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"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"I have a hard time. When i get in my head giving out of my head when i when i start doing that spiral Insecure or. I start questioning whether i know what i'm doing. And then that that distracts my brain so then all i have is muscle memory if my fingers somehow do what they're supposed to do and what they've been trained to do but if that goes then i'm out of luck because you have to have kind of both of those things ready case one engine goes you still have the other one but they gotta they gotta be working closely together and so i think that for me that was one of my big frustrations was just if i couldn't get out of my head Feeling like i just blowing it and just just taking off the mistakes rather than trying to actually play for human beings or in front of you. Who aren't worried about whether or not you're played some nose attitude right. Have you found any tricks to get yourself in or keep yourself in the right head. Space there are a bunch of books. I'm told them should read. I should talk i. I don't i don't do you have tricks did you. Did you have a similar situation in your band. You know live shows. Were not a problem but in the studio i. That's where i remember this one time. I mean this was so long ago that are bass player had a camcorder like a big one like on her shoulder. Kind of thing to take home movies. And i was having trouble with with the guitar part i was doing and then choose recording it and i was just like i don't even know where this video is but it's just me looking at the camera and like i can't do it. I mean i had a semi freak out of like this video camera on me is making it a thousand times worse. I'm having trouble with this. And the more i was having trouble the more the harder it was getting because i couldn't yeah get the adrenaline to stop. Yeah i know there's a there's a there's a whole thing Aside from actually knowing how to do something being able to do win when you need to do it and the studio adds a totally different kinds of pressure for sure winner but to people there. And.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Was going to play like five songs on the ukulele and my instinct was to just run down the alley. I just wanted to like. I could envision myself like a stomach ache and i just wanted to see myself run down the alley and not come back and i realized that was ridiculous so i got over it but it was. It was a challenge to kind of step outside of that that comfort zone. Is it nerves or shyness. Or what do you think. I think it's i mean. This was a long time ago. Now so that that i first time i opened for somebody was probably like two thousand and seven And i think it was just lack of experience it because when you're the only one on stage i had just become so accustomed to this triangle of strength that was the trio of nickel creek and And i just become so accustomed to having those two other walls to lean against that. I didn't have literally didn't have the strength to stand up by myself. Because i had never really tried to strengthen that muscle and so When so i needed to practice and so the practice in getting stronger was opening for people doing opening shows which are only twenty to thirty minutes. Usually i and and.
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Inventions prototypes And he was part of building one of the prototypes for ship and star wars. Forgive me tiny. That i don't remember which which or what but i remember. Hearing the story actually really only claim to fame for any star wars and Anyway play spoons so every saturday night can would come up. And he plays spoons on something which is just kind of rhythmic thing to add into a tune and then other people would have play songs and it felt like just a social normal social thing and there was a great fiddle player in the band. Couple of great fiddle players. That i got to see and something about it appealed to me. I don't know what i'm really. I really love it still to this day. Even when. Like if i'm if i'm feeling down A lot of times. I don't know if it's because. I'm not playing enough for practising enough. But if i am able to find the time it end make time i guess to to really lose myself in practicing it it can really make me feel so much better about things I don't know why. But it's like the thing. That i i feel like i can lose myself in it in plain fiddle. Yeah how often do play a lot. Right now During the pandemic. I had been really lucky that my brother and i play together. We really record. In april called brother sister for the watkins family our and so he and i started doing Every two weeks will do a a live stream for our patrons on patron and that's been really great because it's it's given me a purpose to keep up my chops enough to to do that so even if i'm not practicing as much as i would like to. It's been a real a real nice thing to be able to have that purpose for keeping learning songs and writing songs. So walk ins family our was a residency right at largo..
"sara" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"Our bathroom we decided it must have come in on wendy's pa or something and then a few days that it's the only thing that made sense don't think i've ever seen a slug indoors. I know we even have a. What's the word for someone who kills exterminator listener. Who was like asking a lot of questions. Because he didn't understand how it got indoors and when you stump your exterminator listeners. You know something's really going on so anyway cut to you. Know six or seven days later. And i'm sitting on the toilet. Yes sometimes i do that. I know i know. I see material and other worldly but look. I'm just like you sitting behind the curtain. As if i don't talk about far it's like six times in every episode if not more a toilet and i what should catch my eye across the bathroom in the corner beneath the cabinet but a small slug another one a relative of the original one. I don't know it was definitely smaller. So now it's not just a rare occurrence. It's like what is going on are we did. Did someone build this house on top of a slug burial ground. Yup i think figured it out. They seeking revenge so know. I know it sounds like from this story. It sounds like i live in some kind of condemned pigsty. It's actually tony. You've been here. It's a nice house right. It is Did not a condemned pigs goats pigs. It's it's just a plano pigsty. It's no no no it's not. It's not other than this. The picture i mean other than this story. I would not say it's particularly grotesque. No not at all. It's not grotesque. No the opposite. I know teske. It's not task thank you. There's nothing no task about it. But anyway i got on my hand knees and it turns out beneath the counter where it meets the wall. There's just a big gap that i had never noticed. Because why would i particularly look in that area so there is a big gap. And i don't. I can't see where it goes just into the darkness so i sprayed a bunch of. I'm sorry i feel bad for the slug family that i might have slaughtered but i sprayed a bunch of insecticide in there. Just like i did with the termites and no slug since then do you have like some triumphant drop. You could play exactly.
"sara" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Hunter that guy off. What's up, he belong to a friend and they roasted podcast. We got a great show today. It's going to be awesome. We have the girl that jumped into the bare knuckle ring last week Jenny. H. O Savage the Tennessee gangster is on the show. That's what I'm talking about as well as time goes Ali who also fought and bare-knuckle. They call him the Israeli Batman is John Legend as well as Sara McMann who was Olympic silver medalist wrestler. You have ceased are beautiful just open up around Jim coming off a loss was a close one. It was really close going to the third round if I had a one one maybe even two. Oh Sarah, so we'll talk about that and my man Shang is here. Yeah. Hey, it's going to be a good show man down the crazy crazy my daughter yesterday found my marijuana pipe. Luckily. There was nothing in it, but she's like Daddy what's this and I was like happiness birth. Makes me deal with the fact that you're all still here man. It's like we finally got the nanny is off kovis. So we have her have her a couple of hours a week. I can't have her full time. I just can't afford that right. Now. I'm not bringing. In fact what I was bringing in my like we were doing before right? Yeah, so I can't even rationalise but it's nice to have a couple hours a day to actually work, but I'm using the that time to work out because right it working with my wife. She'll be like, why aren't you know, why did you have before so I mean, but I mean that fight Camp dude, you gotta get that fight Camp. I'm telling you saying it'll change your life and I'm not I'm not getting paid by Friday, I mean, I wish I was right right. I wish it was yeah everybody out there if you want to do a workout on your own time, which is what I need cuz it's like when I got to be at the gym at New Jersey or or for a class like Fox up my whole day kind of but if I know I could just do it within a certain time. It's just better for me. You know, I've been well, I've been obviously, you know, I've been up and down but wage. I think picking a specific time is.