24 Burst results for "Shanley"
What if The Matrix was a Real Computer?
"Our question today is what if movies were real. So how are we doing this i. We're not doing all movies simultaneously real at the same time. That would be crazy. What we did is we each picked a movie Ended it kind of grab bag style. Questions where each pick two different movie and the implications if that particular movie was real in addition to to add just a little bit more theme to the episode. We all decided to pick keanu reeves movies. This happened mostly organically and then we decided to run with it. Yeah the for the first two pick for our is related and then i found like Both of those q. Henry's movies is they're they're doing that so i'll go ahead and start then. The movie i picked one of the few movies. I've seen the matrix shanley have made a sequel yet but yeah so matrix nineteen ninety nine for those of you who don't know The matrix movie set in a dystopia in world where everyone is living in a computer simulation. Why is that well. Actual bodies are trapped in this weird pods and intelligent. Machines are using the human bodies to produce energy because the human screwed over the machines by blocking out the sun in their last big war and it doesn't make much sense because why would you use human bodies to produce energy. they suck at it. The thing is humans do produce energy in fact actually growing modern trend of inventors trying to use the body heat we admit to power like wearable electronics smartwatches and things because generally a human body emits about one hundred watts of power as body heat. This actually like eighty percent of the energy that the human body uses we used to make body heat and like the last twenty twenty five percent is what we actually used to like. Do the things that we do like move and mechanical energy call it. but how much is one hundred watts. It's nothing like another way. you can compare it. Is that like if you look at the. We produce per day on a two thousand calorie diet. A person's body could power car for twenty minutes through its body heat
Paul Shanley, priest at center of Boston sex scandal, dead at 89
"Catholic priest who played a pivotal role in the sexual abuse scandal that rocked the Archdiocese of Boston, has died. Police in where confirming the death of Paul Shanley. Yesterday, Shanley and notorious figure in the clergy sex abuse scandal that exploded in Boston back in 2000 to a priest to counsel gay and trouble use back in the sixties and seventies. But in 2005, it was convicted of raping a boy at a church in Newton. This was back in the eighties in 2005. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison. He was freed three years ago in 2017.
Structuring Your Novel by K.M. Weiland
"Hi Welcome to season two, episode thirty, two of the rookie rider show I'm your host Air Brown and today we're GONNA be talking about structuring your novel by Cam Weiland. A little about Cam Weiland I'm going to quote her author page here. Km, wiling lives in make believe world's talks to imaginary friends and survive primarily on chocolate truffles and espresso. She is the award winning and internationally published author of the Acclaimed Writing Guides, outlining your novel, stretching your novel and creating character Arcs when she's not making things up she's busy mentoring other authors on her award winning blog she makes her home in Western Nebraska. And Also on the website, she says that you can call her Katie you visitor site and sign up for the newsletter list. You can download a free writing craft book entitled Five Secrets Of Story Structure How to read a novel stands out. In that book while in says, you will learn and again here I'm quoting. Why the inciting incident isn't what you've always thought it is what your key event is and how stop putting it in the wrong seen. How do identify your pinch points and why they can make the middle of your book easier to write and how to ace your stories climactic moment every single time end quote. If you haven't already, I would also urge you to check out wildlands podcast helping writers become authors. Which incidentally is also the inver website, the website itself is very easy to use and chock full of free resources like the aforementioned book. No surprise that has been listed on writers digest one a one best websites for writers every year since two, thousand, fourteen finally for today's Title I would suggest that you consider checking out the accompanying workbook for what it's worth I got the digital version of the book and the physical copy of the workbook. So I could easily job. Thought at them but you do you. Okay. Down to business. Here are my three things number one. Two halves of the same hole wildland reminds us that beginnings and endings are the true heart of your story and that satisfying beginnings and endings mirror each other in some way. Boiling it down to its most essential. She says, quote, the beginning asks a question and the ending answers it and quote, and the ending must answer that specific question or according to island. The whole book will feel, okay number two, the two big types of questions. While you will have a specific question that you need to answer, there are two main types of questions, plot questions and theme questions. I'M GONNA. Use examples from Wilde's book to illustrate the difference between these two types. Okay. Question example this is quoting your book will margie stop her self destructive lifestyle of drugs and liquor before she loses her soul mate Tom Forever, and that's a question, the question and I'm GONNA use the same scenario the example would be will margie. Find self worth or piece. Okay. A couple of notes here. I novels often have both a plot and Athene question. In fact, I would say they almost always do secondly, no matter what type of question it is while end advises that should be a question that can be answered with yes or no by the okay. A dare note if you write more literary works and ending that leaves people debating whether it was a yes or no can be a huge win. Examples of this include doubt by John Patrick Shanley and state of wonder by an Patchett. But for most books, you want people to have a clear idea about the answer to the question. Yes or no so I think she's right there. Okay. Number three, the end. Despite, the fact that while end isn't enthusiastic plotter planner. And strongly advises outlines obviously, she still writes several endings. This leads us directly to today's quote this her quote thanks to the ever important outline. I never begin a novel without knowing how I want it to end and yet I almost always write three or four endings before I find the correct one stories even intricately outlined ones evolve as we create them the nuanced ending we have in mind at the beginning might no longer be appropriate once we reach it and quote while offer strategies for coming up with different endings, things like using Beta readers setting aside temporarily. But she also reminds you and here comes a bonus quote quote in many ways endings are one of the most fun parts of the process by then all the puzzle pieces are available to play with. You know your characters inside out and you've got a pile of one hundred pages or more to prove that you can do this. So enjoy yourself if more than one ending is necessary have fun playing with the options and take advantage of the opportunity to rebel and your story world just a little bit longer and quote that's cantwell it. Okay today's hack. Is it ever too early while and advises us to put in our question early ideally setting up that question remember a yes. No question whether it's the plot or both from the very first scene doesn't have to be entirely in the first but start that process. From the GECKO okay I hope this was
ShanenLi - Someone to Practice With Elie Dordek
"My name is Ellie Elijah door deck. And born and raised in Chicago. And though I thought I would go to MIT and being engineer. I decided to dedicate my life to education. And for the past thirty plus years have been Educator Administrator in a textbook author. My books are used by thousands of students every day. Where I used a special technique to present text, which mimics how you would say the text like a song. And this approach has been very successful. and Um, my love of technology never left me. So now in the C O of Shannon Lee which is a start up. In Jerusalem. where, we seek to leverage speech recognition. To make educational content. Interactive. Interesting tell us a bit more about Shannon Lee than that. What does it do exactly WHO's full? What kind of students and what problem is specifically looking to solve with the APP? Yes of course. So. As I said, Shanley was established through. Our educational approach to make text as close to a viable living experience as could be right now. Much educational content is I would say dumb. And Deaf Noord that doesn't speak although this is changing. Amazing. Companies like Trinity. They're making plug ins to make much content. Audio and you can hear it. But We're looking to do it. More of a line by line approach to go into the text in make an interactive that the student can listen to the text line by line and get familiarity. In order to help gain fluency in reading. And improve memory because their memories, not just but also audio. It's the most natural way for us to communicate. To listen. The users could be. Regular kids that are already learning to read. Or even we have successful use cases with a special ED students. That, use the format to listen to the text in practice the second part. Of It is. Tested by the APP. As I said. Much of the content doesn't. Isn't it responsive? We just look at it or we asked the students to click on something or to. Drag a picture to something else, but to ask them to speak the answer to repeat. What should be said the text involved. That has not been applied so much to this area, so we WANNA make. looney experience more exciting, more alive. I really like to. Address something that as a teacher I feel sort of guilty that. In the past, the favorite student of the teacher teacher's pet would be the one that would sit quietly in have beautiful handwriting. Why was that? Because the teacher, they were the easiest student to manage and they. Gave over their answers. Their assignments with beautiful handwriting is easy to mark, so it was easy for the teacher. As time went on and computers entered the classroom. We said Oh well. We need a tea media stew that knows how to work the computer new the tech so sometimes. The geeky kid who might have been a little bit more louder and that's a well behaved with bad handwriting. He became the favourite in the former favourite student had to go. Get help as to have a use the computer. And? we we we seek, to. We seek to engage the students in ways which are comfortable for us as teachers. and it's very important to have individualized approaches for our education. In I feel it using speech. As I, said something so natural. It's the most natural way of us to relate to information as we learn two languages. We were young and to hear it in our minds and This can be then. Away that? The student can find his own voice and speak and be listen to. more exactly. Shannon Lee listens to and gives back in May immediate. real-time feedback to the answers given by the the user as to how well they were able to read the text, or if the text is not on the screen, they were to memorize the text.
Leaf Botany - Shape
"It comes to leave talk and God knows I love Lee Talk. There are a little terms. Bandied around that you may or may not be familiar with. I'm going to run through some of them now just to give you an idea of the range of terminology that you can use to describe leaves. I mean why bother you can say well. Relief is round or it's pointy or it's holy. Why bother with all these specialists terms well part of the reason? Is that as you get more into this hobby? No doubt you'll start reading up online and in books about plants and you'll find these terms start to come up and learning. These terms just helps to enhance your understanding of what you're reading. So what are the some of the terms that you're likely to come across? Well let's start at the very basic level with the leaf walk makes up the structure of the leaf. Well the Lamma is the blade of the leaf. The flatbed the that we possibly most interested in and the stock he bit well. That's the patio but do remember not who plants have patios. Some of them joined straight onto the stem. And it's an adaptation that saves the plant some water and listen to bobby reminded me of another useful pair of words when describing leaves and that's back. Co and Adak seal yet. You have to have your teeth in when you say those the opposite of visit belief. That's the Adak seal and the underside. That's the AB axial again. You might come across that one when you are reading about plants and that just helps you to know what is what. And then there's a whole set of words just describing the shape of a leaf. I think you notice about relief. When you're looking at is is it. Simple or compound now simple while that's fairly obvious it just means the leaf is one whole thing together rather than having some complex design whereas a compound leaf well that's formed by a number of flits that join together and then attach onto the stem and there's a couple of different coins compound leads your probably going to come across in the House plan world. Probably the most notable is compound pommie now and as is often the case the clues in the name a compound Paul Mate. Leave looks a bit like a hand. So if you think of a horse chestnut leave or in the House Plant World Shuffler relief. You are along the right lines and you can. Of course get palm. Eight simple leaves think spicier Japonica for example. That's a great example of a leaf. It looks like a hand but it's simple. It's all one leaf. The other form of compound leaf ease the P. natively compound leave and I guess the best example I can think of this. One is the sensitive plant Mimosa. Puteh Co where the leaflets are. All arranged in a straight line out in the garden the best example probably is arose some of the names of quite poetic. Iran the like Peltier eight which means a leaf where the patio joins not the edge of the leaf but somewhere in the center like Mr Shanley compete to that I also like has state which means a spear shaped leaf so think of a Philodendron artem being the perfect example again the Latin telling you something about relief and then we have the wonderful Lancia late which means quite simply shaped like allowance so in other words it comes to a point at the end. So think about your busy Lizzie. Impatiens classic Lawns Hiller leaves there are loads. More LINEAR world best. The spider plants leads right. Best fairly obvious. And then you've got something like Hoya carrier with its OPD coordinator leaves which means that harsh eight with the stem at the pointy and rather than the other end. If you want to go deeper into leaf shape names then do check out the show notes. Broil include some links to some wonderful pictures and diagrams of different types of shapes and he can spend hours learning the all. But how is a leafs shape determined? Why is this so much variation? Well this was where I need to call in an expert. I'm Enrico Coen. I'm research scientist Jonas Center Well we try and study and understand how plant forms are produced. How leaves grow how flowers get shapes often look at around my growing collection of House Plaza? Just wonder the amazing variety of leave shapes demonstrated even in my body's collection do have any insolent for us about why certain leaves are shaped as they are what what is it. What are the factors that determined the shaper indeed leaf size leaves a fascinating terms of the as you say variety of shapes the produced and one of the big questions which we still don't know all the answers to is how these shapes generated manmade shapes? We have a notion of how we make a spoon or plate because there's next to hand off our own hand the the process but with a leaf as with most biological structures there is no external hand it all has to figure out how to produce these shapes internally and Just as in a sense you could imagine how just to we use the musical scale. A single musical scale can produce all the different music that we hear from symphony used concertos to pop music and yet it's the same notes. It's the way in which the organized and put together the generates this amazing Variety of music and the same way leaves have a set of basic ingredients. And it's the combination of these ingredients allows still many different forms to be generated so although he's Mabul variety forms underlying that Some basic rules to get combined and also some glorious ways to produce the shapes. We
"shanley" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Daily. I really really loved this moment. The jewison sites something shanley doesn't get a lot of credit for which is his dark comic timing. This is a scene where such scenes means between actress the scene after johnny proposes he brilliantly tilts the relationship to show us the discomfort both feel about the concept of becoming married there at the airport report saying goodbye and he goes into kiss her and then he kind of goes in again and then pulls back such a great little way to indicate the uncertainty that both both feel we come to learn basically he's only proposing marriage because he believes his mother's going to die and somehow that's connected to men's grasping asking at women to prevent then as share watches him board his plane she has this interaction with an old lady dressed all in black. You have someone who ended up. Playing.
"shanley" Discussed on Zealot
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"shanley" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"The gusty winds to with a high tomorrow about fifty six degrees. It's only thirty right now. Linda Borg in today's Providence Journal the providence college board of trustees yesterday expressed its disapp-. Appointment that the Reverend Brian Shanley its longstanding president is no longer being allowed to continue as the colleges leader. Now. In a statement, the trustees said that the Reverend Kenneth Lay toil prior province of the Dominican province of Saint Joseph's recently told the board that Shanley would not be available to serve a fourth term when his current term expires in June of twenty twenty. So in short providence college has not simply thrived under farther Stanley's, father Shanley's leadership, but has advanced extraordinarily it says within the landscape of higher education. They want him to stay did conclude by saying while the decision not to make father Shanley available for fourth term is a great disappointment. We do understand that when an institution is affiliated with a religious order changes like this are often inevitable. So the board said its committed to working to implement a succession plan over the next fourteen months. So the board does express it's disappointment on Shanley being unavailable to serve a new term. But they say they certainly do understand it. Let's go up north into one socket a suspect in the elderly woman's murder seeks confessions and other evidence for this case has been going on seemingly forever. Here's well Puteaux. From eyewitness news twenty one year old Matthew do so has been classified as mentally disabled for most of his life with an IQ under seventy according to documents provided to target twelve. By his mother in reality. Paula gothi has told us her son would not have understood his rights when police interrogated him last year on the day. He was charged do SOS attorney filed a motion asking for several pieces of evidence, including all recorded statements or confessions. Eighty one year old Constance Gothia who according to do. So's mother is related to his family was stabbed more than sixty times. Inner one sock at home in March of two thousand sixteen do so and.
"shanley" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"I am finally enough enough for what love safety belonging enough to quiet and still the voices in our heads said tell us we're not enough, you know, those voices. As we move towards enough an away from not enough we set out with a kind of pace that says I'm going to go to that mountain top. I'm going to go to that place. I'm going to cut through the forest the analogy that I think is more helpful is to see ourselves as tacking across the surface of a lake, and so we zigzag across the lake to get from one side to the other to get from feeling like not enough to feeling like I'm enough. And the process of that zigzagging that process of tacking across the lake. We do this kind of mind fuck on our selves where we say because I'm not moving directly across the lake there must be something wrong with me. Welcome to the reboot podcast. We're so glad you're here. Dude. He severed the smile just look forward to the day with the idea of being good enough. The worry of being enough just plain boring for you, a friend and colleague Jim said this to me in a very loving supportive way about two weeks ago. I've got a ton of my own work over the last twenty plus years and have dug deep looked at. So many scary oftentimes overwhelming corners of my psyche that made huge strides my own development. I have no doubt. I am a better partner coach husband father better man, because of this work, but I have so far to go, and perhaps my biggest battle digust opportunity for growth lies in my sense of worth. I don't know exactly when or where it came from. But for a long time, I've had this nagging overwhelming feeling that I must. Just earn my place by doing not just doing but doing more in better than anyone else. Not to excel. But to exist not to succeed, but the survive ABI enough when I do enough it's a trap truth is I'll never be able to do enough. I wanna treadmill on a journey the harder. I run the more. I chased the more exhausted. I become a yet. I'm in the same place for me. Since of worth is varied from moment to moment jumping with the latest words of praise in sinking with perceived criticism or judgment doesn't even have to be real criticism. What is your baseline of worth? My therapist asked me recently. I think it's hero. I replied somewhat sheepishly. I think that's a little harsh in a little extreme. But the dominant voice in my head continues to whisper just do enough and you'll be enough keep doing, but what if there's a different way all this time of looking for the thing out there that will make me enough. What about what's right here? What if the way that win the race is to stop? What if the way to be enough is to just be indebted Wagner's poem lost? He ends with are surely lost. Stan still the forest knows. Where you are. You must let it find you. What if I can just be here? I'm still trying to figure out what that means be honest. But it definitely feels like a new direction it feels like an end to the race. And that's a great place to start. Shanley knox. As a writer strategist in social entrepreneur. She's been a powerful bridge for entrepreneurs in east Africa, connecting them with greater opportunities and brands the US but underlying her drive to have an impact in to help. So many we see that she too has been running hard race the race to be enough in this conversation with Jerry Shanley explores the feeling of being lost the drive to run the race in the shame that comes with that. And alternately they settle on a question. What if I'm already where I need to be. And what a fat is enough. Dealer. See you over startup is hard. It can be lonely with long hours never ending unforgiving Doulos. When do you.
"shanley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Gotta give credit to Shanley here for not going away. They keep trying to claw their way back. The problem is when Davies can hit three pointers at the rate. They're hitting them at you're just not going to catch up. If you can't answer with any three point plays a your own. And again, that's why I'd like to see obviously, I'm no basketball coach, but I would like to see a player like cayden Kunene in there right now to at least try and give Shanley that three point three. It does open up the court a little bit more for you. Three point opportunity is cashed in on by Brandon. A Kaiser now thirteen points. Third double digit score on the night for Shanley five twenty one to go. Second half a fifteen point lead four Davies here at home cohesion to the frontcourt. Spinning his way inside let the scoop shot off the glass. No, good rebound, gravity. Eagles back out to macho Baker as a senior four woke won't will clear it now. He dumps a pass to the free throw line two. Hey, jr. Working back downtown Hoffer muscles to the rim as he lays it enough the glass of good. Whole hey, one of the three all performers from a year ago returning for Davies gives his t now a seventeen point lead led by as many as eighteen hundred five to play in regulation as decays pulls up from the left, elbow and drains that one Israel's been doing all he can coming off a nineteen point performance against south in the play in game to get his team to this point. Now nearly forces a turnover transition, but macho Baker takes the blues play turns into two points as he lays it in with a right hand. Tough break there for Shanley trilling now seventy four fifty seven with four minutes and twenty five seconds to play in the second half offer between the rings dribbling slowly looking at home pick and roll game with Clavo team in off the dead ball. Now will back it out and reset ten of the shot clock driving inside on dome. Takes the bulk and an offensive foul is called macho Baker steps in front. Good footwork there from Davies with four eleven left in the ballgame. Shanley turnover Davies basketball. Personal foul picked up by Hoffer. Fourteen foul. Sorry..
"shanley" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"And Hammond loses the offensive board down low gonna go Shanley basketball. On the last seven and a half minutes to the ball game and has been an impressive run put forth by Davies. Thirty four to ten as Klay tries to pass down on the interior to SRI Ma at poked away by Davies up ahead. To film finds the trailer there Hanson a foul is called. Davies lead up to thirty four forty two sixteen at the three thirty Mark remaining here in this first half. Not much has been able to get in the way of his Davies team. Especially with what happened to them last year in the tournament is Henson's. I ended the one in one is no good rebound. Hover grabbed by the free. Throw Henson back out to Matsu Baker goes to Henson touch back into the corner. Three-point luck Hammond. Can't connect from deep long rebound up ahead Quincy. Smith, your come Shanley whites left. One onto his lap attempt at the rim. Angled contested by Martin Baker. No, good outlet pass up ahead and poked out abounds by Hoffer. It'll be Davies basketball with three thirteen left in this first half. A lot of returning members. From last year's group for the eagles that loss in the tournament. Got knocked down after they came in as the number one seed three point luck near corner tight sadder off the right rim. Rebound grabbed by Kohei Chico's up takes the bump, and he's able to lay it in. No foul called. Pelagia with his first two of the night despite being one of the top offensive rebounders in the ADC. Left wing for takaiser. Here comes Shanley back to Quincy Smith angles to the right side. Lease it for Hoffer to the free throw line to water working on Hinson backout Smith left wing to Kaiser drives baseline met by double team, skipped past Hoffer three point look, but not before. The Kaiser stepped out of bounds on the baseline. So to forty one to play in the first half of all our insurance scoreboard. Forty two sixteen David Lee Shanley it'll be Henson to the bench back into the game. We'll be van Damme. Meanwhile, bars returns for Shanley the near corner to sadder touch bash out to Hammond Watson Baker left wing down along the left mid blocked. The hey turnaround jump shot too, strong one or the rebound for Shanley. If it's inside gets it out the bars. Rumbles across the timeline of the eagles. Emblem out of the free throw line to water out to the left wing to Kaiser skip past right side. Hoffer tried to go baseline, but page cut him off a defense there from the senior thirteen in the shot clock. Offer right wing three point jump shots, rattles around in and out that one was halfway down. But could not fall and the rebound. Loose was poked out of balance by Davies off the hands of Hammond. And so it'll be Shanley basketball with fresh shot clock to to to play for. Getting clay ball will reenter the bench goes marching Baker. Playboy is seven points, so far including one three point eight. The casual will trigger the imbalance for Shanley and the Allred, but the white trim uniforms stolen away up the inbounds by Saturday. He's got a couple of pick pockets tonight. He skips a pass the right side to hey, DJ entry pass down low right blocked at Klebo met by double team. Backout hates three point look right wing upright. Iron long renowned grabbed thereby Shrida for the deacons one minute and forty seconds to play here in this. First avenue baller insurance. Scoreboard is Shanley comes the other way in bars in vain his push shop in the left side with the right hand is too strong off the glass SRI grabbed the board. And he was pushed from behind. So he'll get a chance. Not to take it out from underneath. Switched to Kaiser will inbound it over to bars in the near corner. Trying to force him baseline say pass it back to bars. Pump fake drives into the lane. Now wiggles out to the free throw line stops age. Right. All over the defense from the senior kicked it out the Kaiser places way into the paint left hand. Layup leaves it short RIC label the rebound. One minute and changed the play here in this. I have is van Damme comes here the way for Davies out to home three point shot right wing too, strong rebound offensive for coal. Hey, jr. His push shot from inside the lane floats. True. Already his third options at board here in this. First staff, not a ton of high, but he's got the size in order to push around. Some of those interior defenders is wander off the loose ball on the floor gets it along the left. Mid block takes a little hook shot from six to strong off the backyard outlet pass up ahead shattered takes a chance. Transition three is able to get some luck hits the right rim. Off the backboard and falls in. Saturn now with nine points off the bench and forty seven sixteen lead shrimp coming here. The way into the paint for the right baseline hangs in hits off the glass. Streamer with four points. Here comes van Damme into the frontcourt. Forty seven eighteen elite for Davies van Damme. Slicing way into the pain right hand hook shot off class. No, the rebound. Kaiser up ahead to the corner. Offer for three with sixteen seconds left in the half his shot. No good and the rebound for home track. Meet up back and forth under tend to play in this first half out. The Hagia he'll take it. Three left wing off the back. Iron clad with the rebound. Three on the clock voice from half court get up to one or he'll take the shot. There was a glimmer of hope from Shanley in the first half. It was dead. At least heading into the break on a high note Daniel water from half court right on the big of the eagle, which is stamped at the mid court line Daniel water books in the referee say it is good. And we'll go into the break with Davies leading Shanley on the insurance scoreboard, forty seven twenty one moved back in just a moment with our customers. 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"shanley" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"To know it's time to Nicole Shanley show segment shooting the shit with. All right. It's not time of the week. Again. Every Tuesday, we get together with gotta laugh talk about what's going on in the news. I we gotta get her on the line. Hello. Yes. You've reached the Muller. Tov? Cocktail is coming hotline. All right. We've been waiting for it press one. If you think more time is getting closer when Mattel announces production of special counsel, Ken dolls and New York state attorney general Barbies. Press to you think Muller time is getting closer. When Ivanka says daddy. Daddy. I think it's time to start a line of designer our ships. Yeah. Press three if you think Muller time is getting closer when even Trump hotels or stocking their mini bars with smear enough newest drink Muller top cocktails. Have a nice day. I'm so ready for this thing. I played at the beginning from Saturday Night Live was just spot on all I want for Christmas Muller is you? Yeah. Please. Hurry. Hurry. And I hope everything works the way we're hoping it works. I hope you get to see a report. I hope the report nails everybody. But you know, there are so many variables. We can't. We can't depend on it. Nope. No. And I think Trump is pretty much digging his own grave in, thankfully, you know, Muller has turned over a lot of stuff. Lot of the Michael Kohn stuff to the southern district of New York, which Trump can't pardon. If Trump wants to pardon Manafort while he's not gonna pardon Cohen. But you know, if he wants to issue those pardons, that's one thing on the federal cases he can do that. But but cases that that are prosecuted by the state attorneys by the southern district of New York. There's nothing Trump can do about him. Right. Right. Well, that's the good news. But still he can do some damage. Oh, he's already doing damage. He's doing damage to this country every day. He's there now. Yeah. Our circulating the video of him wandering aimlessly on the stage in Argentina after he shook hands with the president of Argentina. And I guess then there was supposed to be a photo and Trump just wandered off the stage, and then you're on the hot mic saying get me out of here. And then he also signed in the wrong place on one of the agreements or not NAFTA deal. He signed in the place. He's idiot. He's just a fucking moronic idiot who does not belong within fifty feet of the White House. Let alone in the Oval Office. Yeah. That's about right. Anyway, better get to the tweets because we've got some more to talk about. Let's let's do it..
As Insurers Offer Discounts For Fitness Trackers, Wearers Should Step With Caution
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything millions of Americans use wearable devices that track how much they move how much they eat how. Well, they sleep how their blood pressure changes many insurance companies offer incentives to use these high tech trackers. But is your better health really what they're buying as they collect your data? Stephanie on Neil reports. Okay. You guys ready? Khaki Clinton Nelson Costa Mesa California is heading out on a walk with her two dogs Kona a boxer and max a small white dog of questionable pedigree ARC's with eager enthusiastic. Okay. But he'll Clooney Nelson says she rarely engaged in regular exercise, especially after a long day at work, but about three years ago, her employer the auto club of southern California made her enter colleagues and offer she couldn't refuse Donna Fitbit. Walk every day and get up to three hundred dollars off her yearly health insurance premiums. I thought why don't I try this? Maybe it will motivate me, and it really did this year. An estimated six million workers worldwide will receive wearable fitness trackers for workplace wellness programs. Many of these voluntary programs offer employees free or discounted wearable trackers and annual financial incentives that range from about one hundred dollars to more than two thousand dollars depending upon the company for Clooney Nelson. The incentive money does the trick. It. Encourage you to get up and move. I mean, how many times do you get to the end of the day? And you think gosh, I didn't really get it from my desk at all today. Encouraging workers to get fit makes financial sense says United Healthcare spokesman, we'll Shanley the health insurance giant offers employer. Sponsored plans that promote three walking goals with an easy to remember acronym. It's called fit frequency intensity and tenacity. Those who each day moved frequently walk with moderate intensity, and log ten thousand steps can earn more than a thousand dollars a year toward healthcare spending. And Shanley says it's not just the already fit who are signing into the program the participation rates for people with chronic conditions. Especially people with diabetes is actually significantly higher than for people without those conditions, but just how much fitness trackers contribute. If at all to better health into lower healthcare spending. Isn't yet known among the studies that cast doubt on their effectiveness is one published by the university of Pittsburgh in two thousand sixteen. It found young adults who use fitness trackers lost less weight than those in a control group. Andrew boy teaches biomedical and health information sciences at the university of Illinois at Chicago. The clinicians are trying to figure out what is the most effective use of this technology in order to engage patients while Boyd urges caution before trading data for dollars. It's important to be aware of the type of information or tracker is revealing about your health. He says and to know exactly how it will be use your incentives could offer a clue if they're offering you two three times the amount of money that every other insurance company is offering you there's something else they value in the data that they're giving you the cash for for instance, he says if the Affordable Care Act is ever repealed. Insurers could use the fitness data that they're collecting today to deny you coverage based on a medical condition. Your tracker picks up United Healthcare's Shanley says his company collects only step data. The same goes for Oscar the tech driven health insurer that serves. The individual market senior. Vice president Sarah Weinberg says fitness tracking is done through Oscars app. Where customers are encouraged to log into other healthcare services that save them in the insure money. When people start engaging in step tracking. They engage in other parts of our product more than others do like Intel medicine, Kathy Clooney, Nelson says while she sometimes does worry about what could happen to the personal data her Fitbit collects she's grateful for the financial incentives that keep her walking at the office and at home. It's just that nudge, you know, get up and walk do something productive. And that kind of has been helpful for me for NPR news. I'm Stephanie O'Neil.
"shanley" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Scenes of director, Ethan, Hawke new by graphical drama glazed, adapted from civil Rosen's, memoir living in the woods in a tree, remembering blaze. The film tells the story of blaze Foley, a songwriting legend of the Texas outlaw music movement that's Baen superstars like Merle haggard and willing Elson, weaving together three different time periods as reimagined versions of fully past present and future lays explores his love affair with Rosen his last dark night on earth, and the impact has songs and his death had on his fans, friends and foes. In addition to blades, Mr. hawks credits include the feature films, the hottest state and Chelsea walls, the documentary, Seymour, an introduction and the short film, straight to one following a recent screening of the film at the theater in the New York. Mr. hawk spoke with director, John Patrick Shanley about filming blades during their conversation. Mr. Hawke discusses his intention to structure the film, like a blue song. He didn't want to defy the artist and the lyric that inspired him to make the film. It really moved me and made me think about the ephemeral, ity, the shortness of life and that it's an improvisation and you get as far as you get until they turn the lights off in the nets what your life was. And in this case, you know is so clear that this guy was just revolving around this beautiful time in his life where he fell in love and had this idyllic, Eden like thing going on. And so when you make in the film which verb beautiful, did you was it on some emotional level, like telling the story of your own life. I think that. There's an amazing was line in one of his songs, right? He says. It's a song called if I could only fly says, I feel so good feel so bad. Wonder what to do. I heard this line about ten years ago something and thought, well, isn't that just say at all those about the simplest most beautiful on out ever her and I thought is I kept listening to blazes music. I felt like I understood something about whatever his relationship to depression was. And there's a great simplicity. Yes. In articulating that's built on the back of Mississippi, John hurt and and Hopkins. And I mean all the people that he listened to constantly. I felt moved by this longing to. The more I discovered as I read about him and got more and more interested in the more. I felt like I know what the skies thinking about, and I think that he was seriously bipolar is what they would call it now. And he really had a very magical experience with the woman. That. Where creativity erupted, the way ups for like bird or a wolf or something where it happens for the sake for no asking nothing in return. And that that's very beautiful in that as I did more and more research because as kinda hypnotized by this person, is this a tape that you could get online when internet happened this, you can get that outhouse performance online. It was most of his music was unavailable for. Fifteen years after death or something, and you can listen this guy sing out. He took. He got his first royalty check for some cover that William Merle did of a song they did any. He kind of with it's a wishful thinking or death premonition or whatever it is. He spent all his money recording. One live concert at this bar where nobody's listening to him. And I loved it is just so you hear people spilling beer Jimmy, what's the score? And he's in the middle of some Nelia. Just like what is going to be dead in five minutes, you know, and the songs the artistry in the songs is so moving to me in. In. That. Any he talks about..
"shanley" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto
"Slash making it and you get the after show if you support us over there at any level. And that's another fifteen twenty minutes of us talking about secret stuff today, David's going to vent about something. I haven't forgotten some to hold you to that. Yeah. So that's it. Also if you don't want to be patriotic but you do in a support us just sharing the show, leaving a review. And I tunes everybody says that I'm podcast but apparently actually makes a difference. It really does like show that people are interacting with the podcast and it moves it up in the little listing more people see it. So it does matter. So five star reviews. I don't know. It doesn't matter. Tell us be honest what you think of it, but you know, just like sharing the show with people that you know that you think might enjoy it. I means a lot because it just gets it out in the years of people who might find it useful. Yes, that's must be got David. The zendaya res of Gershon when it's an HBO movie. I my favorite documentaries are documentaries about comedians. There's something about comedians that I'm attracted to because they see the world in a different way. Many successful ones are crazy intelligent, and sometimes too intelligent for their own good. And this is a two part documentary on Gary jangling and. He when he was around, he wrote everything down. He will all the ideas. He will always feelings down and which I'm a big fan of writing things down. I think that helps and just to see the successful person do the same thing was great and the documentaries, how he influenced all these other comedians and any pretty much like any comedy movie or show in the last twenty years has somehow been inspired or influenced by Garry shandling and it's it's really, really good even if you're not a fan, if you don't know who he is, go watch the documentary, it's you'll feel good after watching it another good. Another good feel good aspect to Gary Shanley's career is that he was inspired by George Carlin and actually got to be friendly with George Carlin before he was famous in George Carlin gave him some career guidance. So if there's a, there's a great segment in there. Heat one Gary shandling was basically nobody. He wrote George Carlin a letter. Said, like, here's, here's some ideas of that. I'm working on and George Carlin like said, hey. Combined tomorrow, and let's talk about it. You've got some good ideas here, like just a stranger out of the blue, and then it set off Gary's writing career and his stand up comedy, and then eventually acting. So it's crazy how things work up. Yeah, I'm gonna talk a little bit about a really interesting channel. I found it just popped up for me out of nowhere one day and then last night. So motherboard did a full documentary on him about fifteen forty minutes. You guys watch rich rebuilds, no computer nerd and Ota mechanic. He builds Tesla's Washington home. Oh, literally buys wrecked Tesla's and makes new Tesla's out of the wreck Tessler of this. Maybe you Danny about this early. I might take a little bit is videos are a little in depth. So I kind of watch them like little clip, it's, but it's amazing to me clip. It's good. That's fantastic. Stick with. Let's clippings and klivans to anyway. He'll he'll buy like a wreck tesla, and it was funny if you watch the MO the board documentary, he talks you could see like the the hoarder gene is like in full force. He's like, man, I had to buy this car because the back of the cores in perfect condition. What if somebody needs the back of this car? They got to go home the test, but I have the whole back half of the car here and then he's holding a visor that's been chart in a fire every every Tesla's like in fire of hit by the car. This is a great visor. I mean, if what if somebody just needed this clip here or what? If somebody just needed the spring on this mirror you could tell the disease. Storage units. He's got like ten or fifteen Tesla's in pieces. Well, he boys in it started. He bought his first tesla in a flood. He kept back nothing worked. So he bought a wreck test. So that was dry and started swapping the parts got it to work, but the facing about it. He's not covered in grease. He's not dirty..
Manafort accused of amassing "secret income" at second day of trial
"Twelve o'clock good luck. To, you I'm, Kim McAllister Brett burkhart firefighters are rolling. Into the reading area from faraway trying to, help, with, a car fire it has. Burned one hundred sixteen thousand acres and is thirty. Five percent contained. San Diego city fire captain Jason Shanley working the. Fire you told Keijo eight. Ten people can't say enough kind words really touching that's another one of the things, that that helps firefighters To continue is because no one left there's. People that are counting on us, to to keep them safe indicators this fire contained as much as we can the, White House says President Trump's criticisms of the special counsel Russia probe is not obstruction press. Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said today. At Trump's broadsides are simply the president fighting back President Trump tweeted today that attorney general Jeff Sessions should stop a rig witch hunt right now Sanders. Said the tweet is not, an order it's the president's opinion federal judge and Paul manafort's financial fraud trial trying to. Place some limits on. The court proceedings. Warning lawyers that they shouldn't be rolling their eyes at him or introducing evidence that's irrelevant US district. Judge T S Ellis the third said some documents and photographs were not relevant to the, charges that Manafort tried to hide millions of. Dollars in income on, his tax returns and the White House says the. US will be imposing sanctions onto Turkish officials over a Detained American pastor being tried on espionage and, terror related charges President Trump warned last week you might impose sanctions against Turkey which is a key NATO ally. For its treatment of Andrew Craig Brunson and Alaska Airlines is facing outrage. From people on social media after a gay. Couple had to give up their seats on a flight from, New York City to Los, Angeles on. Sunday so. That a straight couple could sit together an apology came from the airline yesterday which said there was a seating mistake and it wasn't reflective of disrespect during the. Incident and David Cooley says he and his. Traveling companion his partner told the, flight attendant that they were also a couple that they wanted to sit together but, the agent insisted that his companion had to move to a coat to coach or get. Off the plane a couple took. A flight on another airline the news is sponsored by MGM resorts humans weren't born to be board that is why they created MGM resorts to entertain. The human race visit MGM, resorts dot com room starting at thirty nine dollars a night MGM resorts welcome to the show we'll get your. Traffic coming right up on k. g. o. forty second annual bridge to bridge run is back on Sunday August. Twenty six in San Francisco.
"shanley" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"Yeah yeah tues bart to smart i think for this audience yeah to did he was a high flying low light yes yes yeah i mean why that's real yeah yeah but i was asking hayes yeah i had i had heard one of yours that i was you know upset that it didn't make it but i believe you said that you had oral sex in a rural area in anal sex and a penal colony yeah yeah yeah very real concepts there think about oh gosh i it's funny bring that one because i i was i spent weeks in the library trying to think of something that was oral sex like with with your ears did you quite get realize that if you set it no one would realize it's the same yeah that's that's some of these jokes are just slicing hominids out book brain droppings that's like that's that goes into that pile again you did brain dropping heatseeking warmhearted cool customer voice activated biodegradable those ideas together don't see voice acting biodegradable seems like you're you are intentionally drifting a little bit it doesn't rhyme and there's no opposite right but you can't come up with a million of these things i mean that's the issue is sometimes you have to take a short cut becomes that's hard you guys are familiar with the sport of boxing right famous queens favourite games sweet chess and there's a i forget which match it was but someone famously did something called the rope adult oh okay yeah yeah it was i remember the match it was shanley verse paper.
"shanley" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Yeah i don't know get to all of us home a nicer bendel you think about like the great comedians and you know a lot of people are you know as they get older and then suddenly they're in their sixties how many are still writing still the top of their game and can't get work that's the question is is that's why the fantasy or the story of gary being like i think garry shandling the hell out of gary shanley like he made a lot of peace he gave a lot of forgiveness like someone beautifully says in the movie he has two super bowl rings you know what i mean so he'd rung the bell twice someone's more because his stand up career and everything that he did was this whole other section and then i could see this guy when the the clip use of this podcast in the documentary as me saying are you ready to die and he's like i am and which is very irie when someone has passed but at the time and don't forget it both those cases he dismounted when he wanted to from both those shows that's right which i love is it's concurrent with seinfeld there's so much great seinfeld footage in the movie again talking about getting the rights to things although i'm sure they're your friends it was fun to see that larry sanders and seinfeld was happening at the same time in the same lots on the same loss cbs ranford was really that's incredible gary would go take walks with jerry and they would be moon how hard it was to make shows i love that i called mullany this morning just because i was like those those relationships they're so important and even when two comedians might not see each other as much as they want it never really goes away i don't really know too many people that have a lot of friends like that but i have a lot of friends that words like if we talk we picked back up and we have a lot to catch up on it's wonderful we did.
"shanley" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Oh god that's the biggest compliment sure never joy when i come on i'm sure there's actual buddhist who who were not in show business might have affected a great many people just got gary shanley my love him so much i you know it's interesting i started learning that through i mean trying to think about a way to say that's interesting and i can't so i'm going to do the uninteresting that's sort of the theory of how twelve step programs work and i'm in twelve step programs so that was sort of where i kind of learned the idea of like oh if you just tell your secrets they stopped controlling you and if you just tell people how you feel like shit you feel like less of a piece of shit it's like this weird it's like a magic trick it's a part of the truck or something but it's it's you are disarming and it helps the other person it's actually deeply codependent because when you admit a flaw about yourself people feel permission to be flawed as well it's like this cool thing yeah somebody gets it there's this like all these social contracts that we decided perfection and being together it's so boring and overrated raided and like who wants to talk to that person and i just realized as soon as i started had permission to talk about my flaws and my weaknesses and i'm going to put them in air quotes people listening you can't see them but and inconsistencies in defects and mistakes like people like it they feel more connected to you they feel liberated.
"shanley" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Shorter such a thing of the past and mean ya i have done the short wrestling inaugurals i i shuttles a couple of years ago now i mean i can room i don't know if i can ronald them off the titles of the them if you ask me right now so i think wanting to do is i'm going to take one of them the cult of corona played at that way and then i'm gonna show something else but that's that's the plan radio please be someone else's movie shanley election something i'm thinking about the rehder razor's edge for singler uneasy cabin his name call razor's edge dump fuck with excess brazil's represent their razors edge was bilberry first trying to the drama no no i this display i wanna wanna chinks it but i think that i'm going to be on the time line work and this is probably going to start like late may and i you know extend through the summer k so i i'm very excited to get out there see the listeners and you know maybe even bring one of my cohorts along or a couple of them to us city or two cents grant chicago the place and i'm looking at which i'm pretty much locked in they have a radio studio upstairs that we may or may not have access to so interesting big decision very exciting very exciting could be fun and what is going to fucking finish this things so it can be reacted really athlete that's the missing destined the the lynchpin at this point hey once they get this edit done man a and it's getting close if i if it was a regular funded film and i was like a fulltime filmmaker this is like a three to six month the editors three to six months of me working 95 sitting in the edit bay with the editor that unites i just gone off to work with my shoe case month my case what be suitcase sandwich by see it you know i took a nine to five job for for three to six months depending on the you know the the film and i'm putting in that kind of work it's just has to expand out a little generally been deployed demand sir no tangible way yeah he he's very needy song it'd be putting together i think maybe a little picture uh something to illustrate my my.
"shanley" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Laura you know two hundred episodes and i'm still not sure at thinking about the twohour mark it flows through another uh the sound card but we are we know we're not rush but i made i don't think uh i think the 80s was a better uh you had to be really good to get on tv at in the 80s ill samuel concert at the pinnacle of the store subtle i'm asking all because there was one there's three networks uh and i think may be the tonight show was the only one that did stand up so if you've got on the tonight show you were a legend and you look at the people who got on the tonight show it's you know uh gary shangari shanley jerry seinfeld young uh karlin uh even though he was pretty established but now there's so many outlets for stand up that uh it it's great it's a better opportunity um to uh to get on tv because it's easier so i think sometimes the um the the quality of the comedy is in is good because if there was only one network or one stand up show a lot of people wouldn't be getting on tv yaohua d what do you prefer deeper for the um the the era where there is only like a few slots and it was incredibly competitive or where it's wlob more watered down now and there's thousands of slots but it really doesn't matter as much when you get in those like if you do stand up on account in our jimmy fallon it doesn't mean one onehundredth of what i meant if you were on johnny carson show oh yeah so what era do you conner prefer i mean 'cause it's kind of the curse of like there's lob more opportunities now but none of them mean nearly as much as wet dot perch in these men the '70s and in some ways i mean it's dav like has a fan i like it in the '70s because you in a turn on the tonight show you're guaranteed.
"shanley" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"N detroy f four field air and went down with a concussion but even before then i remembered dropping a why i mean i wasn't wide yes i was i was wide open i mean i i score the ball end up hitting my helmet popping up unlooked i'm turning around and the defender has picked it off and he's run other way we ended up losing a game seven to three matt flynn came in venice the gave for erin in we just it was a it was a terrible game it was a flight new early we knew we knew we knew early on i saw when i saw tyron smith was a late scratch without zeke i mean i'm just sitting there before the games unlike out up to this this is doc it'd be good and then shanley goes out and i'm like okay i shanley's amazing here the cowboys within without shanley this is an amazing thing jj watch a great player while jj what is a great player but houston's record is the same with him in without him how do you explain shanley's importance he understands the importance of what it means to get everybody in position it you can't win when you see that green dot on a defender that means that the coaches and and your teammates pretty much know that you're the guy that's gonna put us in the best position and you can communicate what the coaches are trying to get us to do what our defensive coordinator often supported or trying to get us to do sean lee is one of those guys that he is a quarterback on the defensive side of the ball that can get everybody lined up in in the best position to where they can have success when you remove that you now go to someone who's not use to or custom to calling the play and they not be lining guys may not be a great communicator the lutely he may he may forget the turnaround in relay what's taken place to the second day.
"shanley" Discussed on Life of the Law
"Herbert v shanley established a powerful legal precedent that all businesses who benefit from the use of recorded music should in principle pay for that means the 1930s that legal logic is applied to radiate meaning all radio stations in the us also had to pay other askhab or another performance rights organisation for the music played on their airwaves then with all this money coming in from radio stations and restaurants as cap could turn around and pay out money to individualization call those payments royalties which will also be hearing about from power search royalties royalty zenovka licensing royalties ask cap copyright i realize this is getting complicated so i went to someone who works in the business for some professional advice bomb name north the barnier i'm an entertainment attorney and i work mostly in the haitian music industry and wind she's advising clients here in the us bernie breaks the whole complicated process down into two steps you have the obtaining of the rights and then you have the enforcement of the right so if i created a song i would fill an application with the us copyright office and send them a copy of the song and they would send me back a certificate this as i am the valid owner of this that's step one but will the copyright bureau itself at least like in the united states is an enforcement agency it's really kind of like a bank where you keep copyrighted material to once it's in the bank how do you actually make money from that song and keep other people for making money from it.
"shanley" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"My goal there was was going to throw up on them i ask you know that's right should take eat a big vac visit and have some epa cac in a coffee mug anger a house house cody gone about her family up either that'd be funny and i told shanley met story these like oh can we put that on larry sanders and as i have but i want to do that and here's will you know so that was not larry sanders and then i show up to do regis in kabylie and they go hey sawyer a shanley a a well you know is just a job and then they pat me down in in my copilot there's a bottle of epa cash i wanted to bring up with a fire extinguisher yeah i just came out in because they said 'cause i said that the nature of fire another hey maybe we'll have you uh you will give you fires things ruin that be funny agree it would be funny and then i don't even want to get the introduction outages grabbed a fire extinguisher and i say hitting the two of them with it but you know i don't do that kind of stuff i love the psa that you had to do after the letter after the letter was great gober way when you do things i'm sure it's the same way it's like i i don't think i don't think often when i'm doing something it's like well you liked it when i did this in this in this.