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Building the Product Knowledge Graph At Amazon With Luna Dong

The TWIML AI Podcast

04:11 min | 2 months ago

Building the Product Knowledge Graph At Amazon With Luna Dong

"Art. Everyone i'm here. With luna dong luna is a senior principal scientist with amazon working on product knowledge grass luna. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you nice to meet you. Sam is great to meet you. And i'm looking forward to our chat. Let's get started by having you introduce yourself to our audience. Sell us a little bit about your background and how you came to work in machine learning shire yeah so luna and i worked for amazon and the question regarding highlight came to machine learning. This is interesting question and that reminded me my. The weiser was a phd student at u. Dub i often hard him saying i'm wrong. The community and i came to database down the back door. And the now as you can imagine i got my phd from that database field and best viewed. Where i'm sort of active for a long time and now i'm coming to machine learning from the back door as well so my adviser and i we sort of make a circle so a little bit more about how i came to machine. Learning so my. Phd topic is about dating degration. Basically how we can seamlessly collect data from many many different data sources and integrating them together and then starting from twenty twelve. So that's the time. Google launched knowledge graph and starting from ben knowledge. Graph has been the very popular concept and big companies universities. They put a lot of efforts into it. And if you think about a knowledge graph you put all of the data from different sources and put it into this knowledge graph so saints that been working knowledge graph for the past about nine years for now. And why you'd be knowledge graph. You really need technology from all different fields. This includes natural language processing so you need to understand texts. this includes image processing. You also want to get knowledge found images this includes data mining. You want to mind the data from the text from the grass and also this includes database. You want to integrate the data. You want to clean up the data you want to have high quality data and in the sense to a great knowledge graph. You need all of the technologies. And that's how i came to machine learning field because machine learning is the core for all of these fields interesting interesting when you described the work. You're doing on european. Made me think of this challenge that we've been chasing after for the past ten twenty. Maybe even more years that i think of is like enterprise information immigration. We're going to create their some layer on top of all of the data to make it more easily accessible or some centralized thing that sits on top of all of the information within an organization. It's interesting to think of a knowledge graph as playing that role for many organizations. Tell us a little when you think of knowledge graphs and in particular product knowledge graphs. What are all of the things that go into. Making a robust knowledge graph. This is a great question. So knowledge graph is basic. Clay trying to mimic how human beings look at the real world before we are able to read and a write we already understand the real word and to the little kids. Those are mom. Daddy doggy my house my home. That's another house which is next to my house. And the before any of language thing. There are all of these entities and the relationships between the entities bass how human beings and the stand the real

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A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan

Published...Or Not

04:35 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan

"I always like a book where you learn something and enlist layton's latest. It is a whole vocabulary. Welcome back to published or not lay so thanks for having me janet. Lovely to be here. This vocabulary includes knots. Szucs carribean is monte hitches and belay ropes. What are you doing if you using these. Well you climbing specifically you're doing external climbing outside climbing up clemson things yet map mountain climbing. This has made read straightened very famous. we'll read my Hero of climbing fia. He is a television star. I'm here and his best. Might from school. They always liked to do extreme sports. And they priced videos online of themselves. Doing extreme thing particularly back love to climb the mountains in the world and they got a television series of the back of these videos. They did an exit of grew from there and he became very famous. Least to matt and climb yourself to experience some. I didn't I mean i've i i love. I love the mountains. And i'm. I'm an avid skier and been to a number of very high skiing. Places in the world is mountain climbed myself. I've done some exiling. Which i've i've really enjoyed but not the climbing match but my husband and my son are into rock climbing Actually does rock leng squad. I got along information from him. I you know i had. I had internal sources. The title of your book is climbing. Fia what's wrong. What's read Dots with him trying to climb a vice where he has climbed a lot and he can't and it comes out that six months ago he was in a a deadly accident and where his best friend of our doing a climb for the television shire and things went wrong and his friend died. Rate was injured but he is finding that he just can't climb anymore. That fear overtakes. He has panic attacks. That's one of the. The meanings of the taj mahal is is. The climbing team is sort of more internalized aspects of of the title to wound on. The country is a childhood friend. Reads natalie. She's also tasteful would she may be more internally fearful yet she's had a bit avert tragedy happened to her as well her she was married to a man who was in the army and he got. Ptsd after a couple of tours. I've says he refused to get proper treatment for us and it ended up with him shooting. Natalia and himself she survived but he did not so she says she feels the need to start a new life again and so she returns to the place that she grew up as a child that always comforted her and that she thinks it's going to be a really great place to take her daughter. Chilly in this. This place has bob bob east ethic. Everybody should have a bob in their life. Maybe that's well. Bob was actually in spot a little bit by a few people that i've met in my life one of them specifically actually who was an owner of a horse riding camp. I used to down to win when i was a teenager and there was the place called. Say missed palomino stuff. Actually mentioned in the acknowledgements signed by the raid family. And bob was the matriarch of that family and yet she was just a very special person very warm and loving but strict to to all the kids that went there. My bobby's much more gregarious than Than you know. The the read matriarch for husband. She's says she very much inspired character. But it's also little bits and pieces of other people who have been in my life as well that i just wanted to give a nod to the kind of people who have backed by nerve certain families whether those families are born or might will.

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Integrating Omni Channel In Automotive

Talking Automotive

05:55 min | 3 months ago

Integrating Omni Channel In Automotive

"Hi everybody welcome to Talking Automotive my and name John is my co-host Sinclair Mark Palvestra . Thanks John. Today we've got Michelle de Novian the chief marketing officer from rhode. Stay in the us at right. Sta are omni channel digital platform for the auto industry dealerships and michelle. Hsieh's some very powerful information with the insights that have that she saying from the covid situation change and move to more digital transactions of more importantly h transaction is different sets not just a pure one hundred percent digital plight it is interacting digital with the dealership experience and actually improving efficiencies with the sales put units unit sold per south consultant has moved from ten units units and customer satisfaction has increased significantly some very powerful information that she shares all support bossom. Very strong data is fascinating for me. Is that the sales price as Longer linear where thousand works with one. Customer from beginning to end delivers a vehicle. He's not working with multiple customers at different touch points. And it's happening in the customers on tomek when the dealerships close very exciting think. This is the way things are going to and such. It's a really with listen for this jump into talking automatic analysis identification and implementation of profit opportunities for the automotive ak system with thirty years experience in logistics and started the out locations in five major shrines. Cities breakout fleet services is an independent. Division of prayer services offering specialty flake. That's for commercial applications ranging from simple try and taiba statements to fully bespoke service body and accessory installation with quality issued safety compliance and standardization of vehicle builds. Breakout fleet. services are a premia in one solutions provider for commercial vehicle fleet operators leasing companies and original equipment manufacturers for further information on. How breakout fleet. Services can assist in solving your commercial vehicle fit aetna aids. Please visit pre-cut dot com dadu and click on the link to flight services. John talked about Just yesterday assist really powerful stuff that really raise the as the way we way we need to go as a as a as an industry in. That's what you guys in the adoption in the. Us is much faster than bank. This is us. He still thinking that online listings. For years cazes a good thing in a net cutting edge raisin haram do you to have the omni channel and what is on the channel that main the word is out there but that really comprehend. What does that make I was having a conversation with a Dealer here in the states earlier today. We're doing some research on sort of their they're buying journey for digital retailing. And it's interesting to hear how the progressive dealers have been all about. You know how do i. How do i modernize customer experience. And that seems to be where a lot of people were leading the conversation in their own organizations until covid. And then everybody's like oh wait this could be really great for productivity to hours talking hats. Never like that immediate hurt. You know that we're all responding to but it's that moment that's sort of what the omni channel steph. I think brings Beaches what we've what would they added. That way would be spending a lot of time. Educating not to seal us but even just people who worked within the ends that would be countless thomas guys for different organizations and you'd have to read trying not retrying but just get people up to speed. This is how dealer works. You'd get inflexible. A williams were really good at bringing. Fm cj to into the auto industry but then the deal is wouldn't were liked to the principal's side. We found that we would spend all his time. Just got through. This is had the business thinks this is how consumers upright at mrs Comes but just a reeducate but then the downside also is that there were people now games. That are so blinking into thinking. This is just how estimate and something new comes in nightcap. adjust to it with a whether it's a pivot or even just a mind move The thought patented by should go down that road because now we've always done so therefore we must do it this way. So you Al mission if you like without series is to it's one of enlightenment But this one. Also you'll come as i should with with david that was an autograph mesa. Yes gotta get shell on on the shire to give your insights and your expertise because the journey that use shea is the journey that many needs to be undertaking Oh actually i should have been undertaking five years ago. But if you're not on that right now you hear it's yeah it's it's tough. I think that. I know we talked to mike. About how the pandemic has been a bit shorter of a time period for you guys than it is here at this in the states but i think it was a forcing function for the future so that was a big wake up call. Thank for even dealers here. I don't think it's just internationally. I think in general change is hard and it's hard to contemplate in until after requirement. You know there's a lot of people that will just sort of sit

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What Went Wrong With Cyberpunk 2077?

Kinda Funny Games Daily

08:46 min | 3 months ago

What Went Wrong With Cyberpunk 2077?

"Sarah twenty. Seventy seven was twenty. Twenty s hottest. Game in shaping up to be a good enough launch when reviews for the pc version began trickling out a few days before december. Twelve release date but once players got their hands on syrup. Twenty seventy seven especially the. Ps four and xbox one versions excitement turned into frustration as players encountered bugs glitches in more in a report from bloomberg's jason schreier developers. That city project red knew the game was not ready for launch in two thousand twenty according developer quote. They expected the game to you. Ready in twenty twenty. Two based on the progress team was making back in two thousand nineteen beyond just bugs and glitches. Sarah sarah overall performance in playability on consoles like the base. Ps four and xbox one reviled. I gave the concert versions of cyberpunk twenty seventy seven specifically a four in its review. One hurdle was that the developers tried to develop the engine and game simultaneously decision. One developer cyberpunk says was like quote trying to drive a train while the tracks are being laid in front of you at the same time. According to bloomberg. Sarah punk twenty-seven versions not the version have been hammered by players for for glitches and bugs. Some bugs which are game raking and ended up crashing the entire game or sometimes the system is being played on and we'll put a pause there because also acknowledge the pc version does have its fisher. Bugs also but the conservation is definitely have way more issues in the pc version back to the article developers seemingly pushed through challenges by believing they could overcome these obstacles themselves. Similar to the infamous. By where magic but sarah punk twenty seventy seven was developed through periods of intense crunch and a follow up to follow a tweet shire claims that despite promises from management that crunch would not be required. Some managers guilty employees into working more hours by saying other employees will work longer to pick up the slack. Salaries were also reportedly low with one junior programmer. Making around seven hundred dollars a month as for why early previews of cyberpunk twenty seventy seven demo to the public at events like e. three twenty nineteen look better than the final product. That's because the demo was entirely fake. According to the report neither code nor the gameplay was finalized when the demo was made in months spent working on a fake demo took away from developing the full game schrafft's report also references things like cultural challenges caused by language barriers There's this whole double dip release strategy that the studio wanted to go for where The game officers meant to come out in spring The reason why one reason why they wanted to come out. Spring was so that they could release on current. I guess now last gen consoles and then released again on next gen consoles and have that double dip having both those console versions out obviously game got delayed and so that didn't happen happen. The exact way they wanted to even though we still have next inversions coming scheduled later this year and then another thing that stri- report references and the fact that the game was announced in two thousand twelve but apparently full development didn't start until late two thousand sixteen. Tim where do you stand with all this. I mean look at this point. where do i stand with. Like one of the most complicated. Just like there's so many different facets that go into this right like at the end of the day. I stand against the project red and how this all went down like we. How many times do we need to say like this game should not have been released the way that it was just period outing times. Do we need to say that. Like crunch is bad and we need to fix all this stuff. All this is to me. Is we being now in. Twenty twenty one firmly in twenty twenty one developers. Publishers media outlets. Everybody they need to open their eyes to start paying a little bit more attention. Because if you make these mistakes constantly you do not change. You do not fix. Despite the countless flags that have went up for the last decade specifically the last couple of years. Jason is gonna get you. Jason tries to get in there and exposed the living. Fuck out of you and your the entire team and that it hits a point where there is no recovering from that. So it's like that fear alone should probably motivate you to make some changes on top of the you know human decency side of the whole thing right but this is inevitable. Of course shire was going to get in there and of course he was going to talk to people and of course that's going to crap narrative that is extremely not favorable to cd project red. For good reason. They made a lot of very very very poor choices. Yeah now reading this report like a lot of it is not surprising just given the context of how everything's gone down right like seeing the the game delayed multiple times like from this bring into september from september and november and then from november into december. I think that paints a clear picture of okay. Yeah like we know. This thing isn't ready yet but we think we can get there. Okay no like. It's not ready but we we think we can get there with the next delay and that combined with the idea of okay. Yeah no we want to release twice so that we can double dip on consoles And them having to delay into basically the next generation was still have the current gen versions only available. I think that speaks to the fact that they they understood that they weren't ready And it's very much seems like a shit or get off the pot situation for them. All right yeah. We got to put this thing because if we don't like we're not gonna make the money on it and we can't keep people waiting we'll this game everybody be ready. I feel like those questions get asked overall. This feels like a tale of a studio thinking that because they put out a successful project that means that they can't have a fail and that is very evident that specific quote from Jason's article where he talks about. How like people were challenging the timeframe of sarah pumpkin whether or not they could get on time and somebody basically answered back. We'll figure it out along the way because he made the winter three and that is not an acceptable answer right like that shouldn't be cause for complacency. Because you put out incredible project. Five years ago i forget if i mentioned this in the actual article but like there was also the reference of how quickly the team grew after the witcher. Three like basically. The team doubled in size between the wichita. Three and cd project red and they didn't necessarily account for that. And so when you have a team that grows like that. And you don't your your company culture and your pipelines and your processes don't grow alongside that to allow for that For for that ease of growth. Then yeah you're gonna have issues like you can't you can't you can't operate like a big company but also still behave like the small indie company in that. Seems like a lot of what they're what they're doing. Which is unfortunate. Because that's result in sarah twenty seventy seven. Yeah absolutely you know the. I think most shocking thing to come from this are the implications. That three was fake. Like that to be something that i struggled to fully believe or fully. Get behind this on so much. Believe as budgets. Get behind that statement. Because it's like all demos or fake demos to some extent. And i feel like that's this to me is a perfect example of when it rains it pours and it's like when you make dire mistakes you're going to get called out and then you get exposed for every single thing To levels that you wouldn't necessarily be criticized and everything else right you know But anyways like yeah the the each. I definitely want to know more about of him implying. It's fake or not. We do have more context on that. Because adam consider not consistent adam oh no it. Is adam barsky. Yeah from cd project. Red actually responded on twitter. Quote tweeted jason with a whole response. I'm gonna pull from adam. Bankers with adam. Bankers did a good write up on it. From aegean the response goes like this. Adebayo adebayo the steam ahead of cd project. Red has responded to a recent report regarding cyberpunk twenty seventy seven alleged fake three demo and development issues while it's hard for a trade show game demo not to be a test of vision or vertical slice two years before the game ships. But that doesn't mean it's fake but ask you wrote. Compare the demo with the game. Look at the at the other side. They're dum dum dum dum. I'm not sure how that's pronounced. But look at the dumdum seen or the car chase or the many other things with the people reading your article may not know is that games are not made in a linear fashion and start looking like the final product. Only a few months after launch or a few months before launched if you look at that demo now is different. Yes but that's what the work in progress watermark is for. Our final game looks implies way better than than what the demo ever was as for missing features that's part of the creation process features features. Come and go as we see if they worker not also car bush's exist in the final game almost verbatim to what we showed in the in the demo.

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What Is Populism?

BrainStuff

06:31 min | 4 months ago

What Is Populism?

"For years now. Populists have been popping up all over the globe from india and europe to the philippines in south america and of course into the united states politicians with populist leanings. And those who have gone full-fledged populist in their quest for power have been making a lot of noise and a good deal of trouble think marine le pen in france. Victor bon in hungary rodriguez do taste in the philippines. Former venezuelan president who chavez india's prime minister narendra modi end yes by many people's definition donald trump and the united states. But what is a populist. What is populism answering. That is notoriously difficult. A part of the difficulty arises from the fact that populists can come from all parts of the political spectrum. there are leftist populists around the world who combine various forms of socialism with their populist message. There are those on the right who push anti immigration and anti lgbtq plus platforms in their populism populism in general refers to a to ordinary people as a political ideology or approach it involves emphasizing. The wants needs voices and good qualities of the common people and it usually does so by contrasting this idea of the good common people with the bad elite working against them. Best case scenario a populist leader would be honestly looking at the issues that ordinary people face and helping create solutions for them bus making the will of the people law and that is what populist leaders tend to promise unfortunately what tends to happen and what political scientists have observed in the aforementioned places is these populist leaders bending the definitions of both the common people and the elite in order to gain power with an democratic system and then undermining the very fabric of that democracy in order to stay in power de emphasizing some of the crucial parts of the democratic process such as the articulation of varied interests and the thoughtful mediation of those interests it can be incredibly effective for the leader and incredibly damaging for the democracy that they're distorting and anyone who lives within that democracy who isn't in the group that the leader has defined as the common people so worst case scenario populism redefines the common people as a group with narrow interests and then insists only there will matters a we spoke with political scientists on a malla busa a professor at stanford university and the director of the school's global populisms project which published a white paper in march of twenty twenty called global populisms and their challenges addresses the threats of populism and identifies several possible solutions. According to the paper populism is growing across the globe because of the failure of major political parties to address the thorny issue that ordinary people face. today's world immigration economic inequality and globalism. Just to name a few. This gives populist leaders a sort of foot in the door to claim that not only. The elite members of those political parties are bad but that the whole system is bad. Populist leaders climb to prominence by dividing society splitting it into two not just separate but opposing factions the people and and the elite a university of georgia political scientist by of cast mood explained it this way in an article for vice quote. The key distinction between the people and the elite is not based on class. Our power but on morality is always the pure against the corrupt but again the people is often an exclusive group a to quote the stanford paper populists redefine the people often by excluding vulnerable ethnic or religious minorities immigrants and marginalized economic groups. The result is majority rule without minority rights. Once in power populist leaders attack not only the rights of individuals who don't fit into the defined majority but the very foundations on which the country lies that includes the paper's authors wrote quote the takeover and taming of courts and oversight institutions and new laws that limit the freedom of the media and civil society. We've seen this in the united states with trump calling the press the enemy of the people criticizing judges resisting congressional oversight claiming that elections are rigged flouting laws and claiming that a deep state of bureaucratic actors is out to get him to deny the will of the people he represents. It happens with other populist leaders all over the world schmila busa explained the mindset saying the position is the of the people. Why would you listen to them. The media is the swamp. Why would you listen to them. Everything is fake everything is suspect and no one is to be trusted except the populace end that populous remember does not include voices of the populations minorities or anyone who disagrees. With the labeled majority. Leader's malibu said this is not about making poor people wealthy. This is not about punishing me lead in redistributing wealth. There's almost nothing in the populist program that actually makes every day people's lives better populists don't do that. They simply don't. It's not the people who have suffered the most who support populist parties. It's really sort of the people who fear dropping further down inside of prestige and economic status. Populist leaders often don't spring from the working class roots of what's thought of as being the people though considered trump is a self professed billionaire real estate investor. Brazilian president shire dinar is a longtime congressman and military leader. Francis lapenne is the daughter of a career right wing politician. The philippines to therapy spent decades as mayor and lawyer and india's muddy came from humble beginnings. But he's been in politics more than forty years.

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What Is Worcestershire Sauce?

BrainStuff

04:17 min | 4 months ago

What Is Worcestershire Sauce?

"It's that brown sauce with a nine unpronounceable name. It looks on paper. Like war hester shire. It's a tiny tasty edition to red meats soups and pretty much. Anything that needs brazing. And according to the company that originally created it lea and perrins. it can be pronounced. Worcester shire worcestershire or worcester. Sheer worcestershire sauce is used to make good things even better because it packs a lot of savory nece sometimes called you mommy the word emami by the way was coined in the first decade of the nineteen hundreds as a way of marketing. The then newly isolated flavor compound monosodium glutamate or msg but back to the sauce. We spoke by email was shameless. Mullen a chef at the institute of colin area -cation he said in recent years there's been a newfound interest in amami or the fifth taste after salty sweet bitter and sour described as deliciousness. The amami brings out the natural flavourings and food makes steak taste more sticky mushrooms. More shrew me worcestershire sauce is made up of a lot of flavorful ingredients including anchovies. That's right it's not generally vegan plus red onion molasses garlic tamarind and malt and or cider vinegar mullen said the vinegar and tamarind bring a punchy city to the sauce and the molasses and onion balance out the sweetness but the true magic happens during the lengthy fermentation process which takes eighteen to twenty four months. This last and most critical step was something of a happy accident. When supposedly in the early eighteen hundreds to chemists based in worcester england john lee and william parents were charged with duplicating a recipe that one british nobleman or another had enjoyed in bengal. Their first effort was an utter failure. However and chemists left it to languish in jars their seller a few years later they rediscovered the batch and were thrilled to realize that fermentation had turned it into the perfect savory sauce. They started selling it in eighteen thirty seven. It came to the us in eighteen thirty nine and is sold in over seventy five countries today when that original leeann parents product was shipped overseas. It's glass bottles often broke as a result of rough waters. So the company began rapping the individual bottles and paper. The tradition continues today more a way to distinguish the brand rather than a need to keep the product whole the company lost the copyright to the name in eighteen. Seventy six a while. Leeann parents recipe remains a closely guarded. Secret competitors have sprung. Up to make similar versions. The bbc counted at least thirty others and worcester alone. You can even making it yourself at home. Mullen said while the aging and fermenting process might be a bit much to undertake at home. You can make a very tasty approximation of worcestershire sauce. By simmering soy sauce mustard powder malt vinegar tamarind paste garlic anchovy paste tomato paste ginger molasses and spices. Those spices he said can include coriander seed mustard seed and the clove as well as orange peel and black pepper. He explained the simply. Mix all the ingredients and similar to sauce consistency. Then strain in store liquid. There are lots of recipes online including several for those of us who have been playing around with home for medication and of course the beloved sauce isn't relegated to stakes and such either. It can be added to pretty much anything that needs inning bitter bloody mary fondue cheese sauce eggs popcorn potato salad dressing or a grilled cheese sandwich. Leeann parents even recommends a splash of it in place of your normal dashes of salt and pepper. The continuing enthusiasm over mommy flavor is carrying over into the share market and this recent uptick is expected to continue projected through twenty twenty five. At least mullen explained amami hounds have been on the hunt for heritage condiments likely and perrins original recipe and there's an ever increasing trend toward finding new applications for the sauce or marinade. Cocktails worcestershire sauce is having a moment.

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"shire" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

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"shire" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

07:45 min | 4 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"You're kind of saying that about the sections of the book to where it was like Oh they meet some elves elves singing. You gotta read like a page and a half of singing and your dislike wise in here but then as you get older you're like those are like some of your favorite parts. I think you were saying and i agree with that. It's like that those places of rest or like where you hook your your. I guess your identity onto your stability and to his home the type of poetry and song he wrote. Maybe don't resonate super bowl today. But like he's he's saying something about the importance of art in the importance of community and song. song has communal function. I think in token we're sitting around telling stories and let's sit by the fire and seeing you know so whatever. The modern-day equivalent is washington. Tv show or whatever that's of the same culture the spiritual. I was doing like the old world sitting in an irish pub. And everyone's like singing this better. I think of the spiritual nowadays. It's like well. We all watch the masked singer together and you want to talk about at the water cooler. I guess i think it's a pain limitation. But i do think there is a modern day. Analogy that we. Yeah what is it that is worth fighting for. What is it that was worth defending for us. You know maybe it's not netflix's but that was just a thought. It's not the masked singer i will fight for breaking. I will fight for the mandalorian mandalorian. Yeah know that's crazy. How counter cultural the mandalorian is. It's how did that get made this gunslinger walking around protecting his baby. Oh man super masculine. Super toxically masculine. So let's talk a little bit about the shire than what what is the depiction of shire in a long expected party. Why do we is the reader. Now care about the shire because we talked a little bit about some of the corks before that it's very. It's very similar to england in the early twentieth century. It's very similar to like maybe rural america today but yet has enough where you were very interested in this fantastic world so like they're living these holes. Yeah it seems like. That's the traditional way i think in the prologue. It says something like that. Most of the hottest traditionally lived in these hobbit holes dig out out the hole and they have circular doors not rectangular doors. The doorknobs like right in the middle that quirky too but then it starts saying that they're starting to adopt stand up building style to that's frowned upon or at least it's not the traditional way. It seems like a high rise building being putting your name on putting up the eyesore. I'm man just so there's there's wacky people there's the sackville baggins is that bilbo's always kind of at odds with their their their around their bilbo's annoyed by his relatives. You know yeah. That's just fantastic. Little things that you can just so relate to Trying to pull my notes from my that. I made on my kindle version. You have characters like sam eleven at the bottom of the hill. He's the gardener him and his The old gaffer. They they kind of live adjacent to bilbo and they take care of bilbo's property so you get introduced to sam and the the old gaffer you have you have these scenes. Were like they're all hanging out at the at the pub and they're they're drinking telling stories and they're all trying to figure out what we're all we're all bilbo's treasurer is yeah. I guess you know there's actually less world building here that i remember that a lot of that is done in the pro audio very quick in this book win again i'll shows up and this is our instigating. This is our catalyst. This kicks off the rest of the adventures of the book. Gandalf shows up with fireworks and this is another cool quirk of of their shire. Is that the most exciting thing that happens to them. In decades like this old man shows up at the fireworks. How wonderful is that. We're so desensitized to fun and exciting thing. I don't know if you ever lecture your kids fireworks. My kids love them. I'm trying to think of more things that i would show them as like. This is amazing. And it's got video games so you know it's just sound like a couple of guys ranting now but what. I see that same characteristic of myself where i'm less impressed by things that should impress me wonder like when you were a kid. When they set up the christmas tree or put up the lights on the house that was just like a a marvelous wonderful. There's something special and magical about this. You've whatever your background is. If you had that that experience of like seeing all the lights go up in town you kind of have that sense of wonder and what's going on. What is this. So i think fireworks were like that christmas lights. Were like that for me. I've got my two year old now. We said the christmas tree. What does she say to shift full. I tried to get like the christmas tree hug. But like but another part of it. She's like this. Christmas tree makes me happy. Oh and we just got a little pipe. Cleaner branches in the forefoot. You know charlie brown. Charlie brown's leaning over the star off center. You know but she's like this tree makes me happy. And i'm like oh that's great a wish. I could be like that about but generally about everything you know. Chester tony about the Yellow the other thing. That's that was unique about the shire that the talking about here is that they give presence on their birthday. Yeah did have get presents. And that's another thing that just talking just takes these ordinary things in that sense of wonder to them. That just makes you look at a new way. So you're constantly getting gifts if you live in the shire. 'cause you're always once a week you probably have a friend that has a birthday party and you get a gift owner if there was a show as he's re gifting that's a gift that he said something about that in here like things that get passed around. There was something about the math. Has where like things get passed around so much and like people just like. Don't even really know what their use for a while. i don't have a use for. This is put the basement in the museum of things they can't figure out what the uses of it. that's fantastic. yeah yes again. I'll shows up his fireworks. Yeah they have the ill thrown g on them which what he know tattooed on my wrist fucking upside down so you'll have to get them. That's the that's the g room. Now i got this tattoo. Nobody has ever recognized as dresser. Streak read right there. So but that's what i wanted. I do you could get something obvious. Like oh i know what that is. Whatever the one ring or whatever but you didn't put like the not all who wander are lost on your band present. I have a couple of lord of the rings. Tattoo ideas Me and my wife. We're gonna get matching where she gets not who wander. I'm going to get all that is..

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The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

Deadset Podcasting

04:13 min | 4 months ago

The Why Nots of Starting Another Podcast in 2021

"We're talking about the one noughts of starting yet. Another podcast something. We've all thought probably bad in the past at some point. If you coming into starving you e- you might be thinking. All is now the time to release that other show that i've been planning on their awesome reasons to do that. Which we covered. I think now two episodes ago. Today i just a few reasons. Why maybe it's not a great idea. Either right now. Ole maybe not such a great idea at all so this is going to be pretty rapid fire at least is rapid fars moi condo. Low energy delivery can get say here. We go number one. Don't start another podcast. If you're already struggling to find the time to produce edit release and promote your current shy so if this other show you're planning on creating is to replace your current shire and the plan is to transition away from your current chart and only the new shire then go for it. That san super cool. But if you're planning to do by showers and you're hoping to keep your current show at the same level of quality daren't stott another shower or at the very least daren't stop that other shirt yet your current shar manageable coming out on tom consistent in quality. And if there's something bad that's noting joyo or you're starting to find something about it. Stressful analyze those and try to turn that around first before you put the stress of yet another hall. Production on top of your current podcast. So number two. The other podcast. The next broadcast the additional podcast. It's in a fashionable nash. Ole subs owner. So you as a person don't have a lot of interest in the actual subject. You're just doing it because you think that there's an audience there and you want to jump on the bandwagon unless it's something you truly care about also about say something else unless it's something you truly care about daren't stott another shy just because the genre of show is popular does tend to be the tops of genres to get very crowded very quickly and they conned of. I need to be there to kind of showers or fear of missing out conned of shows. So not good for anybody number three you'll copying the kore- of someone in podcasting or in media that has a bigger profile than you do. And i started a second shirt about x. So you don't necessarily need to stop a schaub at the same topic. What you're doing is copying the fact that they have more than one. Shar your favorite podcast dot to solid projects and and now the show is completely different and suddenly. You're planning to go from one podcast which you've managed to make good. And hopefully it's good gotcha. Full attention to potentially four different shows are avant darned day that people. I've done that to be honest. I've done all these things in the last eight to nine years and that came down to a little bit of fear of missing at a little bit of copying people that were bigger in podcasting but also there were times where having two shows three shows was great like it is now me where i have a more realistic relational etc. Full the hull collection. There were times where it worked. Really well and tom's were really really didn't and my mind shall at the time suffered so today's not a bet stealing mutual fund. No telling you not to do something i mean. We did a whole episode on why you should start a second shy this really legitimate reasons for getting out there and starting mold one podcast but to some today. If you don't have the tom or racehorses to do a good job of a second show oh maintain the quality of your current shy and annual. You're not actually interested in the topic. You just feel like you have to be in this other genre is well neither those pass muster when it comes to producing a second show

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A Chat With Juliette Burton

Mentally Yours

05:47 min | 4 months ago

A Chat With Juliette Burton

"I think the the idea that end of the calendar year might be mean the end of all of this is uncertainty and it would be lovely to think it were as it. Were going to adhere to End of the calendar year. But who knows what's going to happen. Yeah i guess. I was in the middle of my second. Uk national toll of that was funded by the council. When looked down on hits us nationally. I'd done three showers of Was my my fifth surly shire. I've told Toured new zealand twitter on the k. Before but i mean everyone. Everyone who i know in the comedy world. They think that their latest show is bess. Joe because he constantly try to strive to make it to be better investment besser. That's possible. I love comedy because you're constantly learning and growing and often every gigi kind of sit down and reassess right what went well. What kind prove on which was which is funny. Which bits do i need to work. Open caught with to flow a. I'm working on stage with audience. Making it really come alive and engage with them in the moment with that kind of vicious community compensation committee radios. And i already felt like this was my favorite show that i've ever done. It was certainly the funniest. The i feel like i've ever done We'd done three shows of it onto and then suddenly lockdown happened and another. Gosh i can't remember how many shows we had see cancel. But i will say do comedy select corporate events as well and if those sub me become sold for about the first month i i think i had asked of rights going straight backs of my therapy sessions from therapy for over twenty years. Now go straight back to all of the the inpatient treatments of like mealtimes eat well sleep well have good routine. Stay motivated have project. Stay stay creative. And the first month. I think i managed fairly well. But then as uncertainty continued and as the knock on effects of all of these different rearranged plans like the tool was originally rearranged awesome twenty twenty and then gradually some of those became virtual shows and then and the rest of them have just had to become sold in las vegas venues now facing the prospect of will ob and going to survive and then seeing all of my wonderful comedy powell's and insists powell's old venues that have meant so much to me over the years working in comedy. We have to invest not only our time our money and in getting better at it and guessing good enough to make it an actual viable career at the same time. Been sort of saying. Oh my friends. Chaves marriage and babies and make league no careers. My thing. my career is my thing. This year's been really hard. I've missed that community. I'm kind of the connection that you get with people when roller roomful of strangers and you're laughing at the same thing it. It's amazing feeling that is unlike any other And i don't feel alone when i'm laughing in a room full of people whether that's me on stage whether that i'm in the audience watching other people none of us have had this yesterday. I think some heart for moving forward but it some. It's it's trying. I've been trying to get creative in ways to find in ways to support myself and others around me in trying to look ahead with a bit more bit more I'm gonna stay rather than anything else. Because i think certainty is not something any of us going to have for a while. You should have been able to rework things from the show on new comex do some online stuff or have you decided to maybe postpone. It'll i'm i am afraid. I don't have it within me to postpone it. My i think for me comedies. A survival technique. Because for me my my mental illnesses is something that i really struggle with on a day-to-day basis. So if if i'm able to find a funny way of expressing whatever is going through whether that's a mental health thing or just a life thing or family single friend thing or criticizing. If i can find a funny way of making into a a joke or something. I can use in comedy routines. It's a way of me surviving. That that dog darkness in my mind and and being able to curate. My thoughts in a positive comedic way is survival technique and so this year i i did have a couple of moments thinking. I'm i going to do my friends. Were i wanted to say the phrase jumping ship but then notes that they are postponing as you say like that. They're not giving up comedy. But that just in order to survive that that changing to a completely different career for a while i have managed to get some virtual of had quite few lovely virtual gigs and in fact quite few of them have been a because of the mental health angle. Because we've had lots of things like the world mental health awareness week and a mental health day and They've been great. We'll sit on lots of virtual gigs on twitch and next up comedy and mixed bill nights a and they've been different if they've been. I've actually really enjoyed them. I've wanted to get more inventive. Like how to make it more of an active experience for the audience because comedy is an active experience for the audience. It's is. I said it was a conversation so every show that you do. When you're on stage it can go completely differently depending on the mood of the audience. All the way you all. What medication

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Overcoming All Odds With Veronica Shier

Profitable Passions

06:30 min | 6 months ago

Overcoming All Odds With Veronica Shier

"All right. we're here with ronca. Shire she is from british columbia in canada and she is with thrive life. Coaching high ron. How're you doing today as tammy soga to be here. I am fabulous. How are you. i'm great. Tell me a little bit about what you do and how you got started in that so i am a certified mindset coach and life coach and head against started. It's a long story. I'll try to keep it short. You the cliff notes. I was actually not the person i am today. In that i was living in a deep dark hole for ten years a with depression anxiety and suicidal allegations panic attacks daily and i would go to bed every night and say and just ask. I'd say could you know. Let me wake up tonight tomorrow. And the next day wake up. I gotta do this again. and and so in your late teens and early twenty s. That's not really a good place to be. And so i had to come to the place where i i had. I knew i had to something up. Something different. I was twenty six thousand and knew i had a life still ahead of me. Didn't want to continue to live that way and new that i had something power the offer the world and and myself and then i voted to myself as well and so fast forward. I ended up a hired a life coach and worked with him for six weeks and six hours completely changed my life. I then put all of those things that i learned in that coaching into my life in like full force i am. I am one hundred percent or zero percent. That is my personality. And so i i went one hundred percent into it. And within months weeks even people saw a difference in me saw that i went from surviving literally just surviving to a life of thriving and then they wanted to know how i did it because they knew the old me and were just flabbergasted at the the change that i had made so quickly and so drastically and i inadvertently fell into coaching. Interestingly enough a lot of people you know we we generally choose your career paths and you and a coaching chose me because then people wanted to know how what was my secret. How did i do it. And i and so then. I begin began to coach sam and then decided through a bunch of different events. Decided that it was what it was kind of right next. It was my next path. And i had to quit my previous career as an educational assistant that i had worked in for eight years and so i just kind of begin. The next thing and i went. I got my certification and started. My company thrive life coaching. Wow that's a great story suit. Who who do you work with. I'm assuming that you packed their lives with the mindset coaching. And you you also get what was given to you. Back to them of the liliya so The the individuals i work with are those who delay circumstances due to the situation that they find themselves in are feeling really stuck and they've been stuck there. I have the island pictures. So hopefully that's cool. I a picture. You're in the middle of the lake and you've learned how to tread water. You've learned how to survive the things whether that whether that is drastic things like illness or loss loss of a loved one loss of a job. Whatever the circumstance or that something just as much as you have six children and a husband works away and rate like in you're just trying to juggle life and you feel like you're in the middle of the lake and you're just treading water eight. You keep your head above the water but you're not going anywhere. There's an island in front of you is an island in the distance. You can see it you can see. They're having fun and thriving but you're just stuck in this surviving. I don't know how to move. Actually get to what it is. I weren't and so those. Are the people i work with. We go from getting them from surviving the thriving and despite whatever circumstances they are there. They have in front of them. Do a do a lot of people come to you with trauma type stories or is it just like your mindset that they need to get over from your childhood or what are some of those types of things that people would see for. Yeah i think. That's a great question. And i have seen anyone for like i said it's it is a big. It's it's a small niche but a big knee straight. And i have had some of my success. Their success stories. Because it's not my success. I just helped up. My my job is to help. People thrive and so lots of that is getting through trauma. I think of it. Here's another picture for you. You're going on a road trip. You have a plan. And i'm gonna go to too big. I'm going to go to vegas and nobody's traveling right now. So you go on a trip. You plan a trip and you make all of these fines and these decisions. We're gonna do this. We're going to this show and we're gonna spend this long these days maybe going around the doing a tour of the city. We're gonna have relaxed on these days and we're gonna rate you make all these plans and so say your drive say run road trip and all sudden you come to a place where there's construction on the road. You don't cancel your trip. Get up the map or gps or google maps right and under followed a you figure out the detour

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California to issue theme park reopening guidelines

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

California to issue theme park reopening guidelines

"Disneyland employees are asking the governor to issue theme park reopening guidelines here in California. The union sent a letter today to reiterate their frustrations with Newsome's delay. It says the company has provided seriousness. Shires to protect staff and guests. California theme parks have been closed since March. And over a third of

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The Trump 'clown-iverse' continues

Between The Lines

09:55 min | 7 months ago

The Trump 'clown-iverse' continues

"Another crazy waken US politics. Remember this. Now back they sure you. In fact, let people know Senator I'm not going to answer the question. Because the question. Just as radical left would you out Mason who is on your list? Not. Surprisingly, the media responds to the debate especially Donald Trump's plan rudeness it was overwhelmingly hostile wasn't it? Couple of days later, trump was diagnosed with code. After mixed messages about health trump got in a car and run around waving to supporters. Then he was released from hospital he returned to the White House and he went on one of those twitter rants among other things. He told the American people not covid even though he's doctor has said, he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. So, what does all this main awake after the debate and only weeks before the US presidential election and what does it mean for America's image in the world? For answers. Let's turn to a leading. American Common Taito a conservative who says he's quite sick of living in what he calls Donald Trump's clown verse or drama drivers over believers or I can't believe these guys actually the president. Verse. Brad. Stevens is a columnist with the New York. Times, and formally with the Wall Street Journal, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for opinion writing I should just warn you all that he comes to us via a scratchy on in Manhattan. Bread. Welcome back to the Shire. Back Be Sydney. Well, the rate is of the New York Times I can't wait to see the end of trump you yourself are prominent never trump you your New York Times columnist this week you say you was trump will give us just a few reasons why I wish a speedy recovery. I think to wish ill. To reduced to his level on that, of course, it's been. Core of the trump EST project which has been to based political norms and diminish moral standards. So why would I wanNA join trump along along that road a bit for more narrowly political reasons. I. Wish it well, because God forbid he were to die before the election, he would go down so to speak a undefeated. And what I hope is that a resounding electoral defeat in November and I'm speaking of the conservative. will put an end not only to the trump presidency, but she trumpism as a an ideological force. In American politics. Now. You rauch trump. The man needs to leave and lose because it's the only way the trump cult might die it unsubscribe to the cult trump obviously. Is that why you among that never trump was. Are exerting very little influence on the political right in America these days. You know I I hear that and. I was struck by the disconnect between my supposed- irrelevance and irrelevance might never trump fellow travelers. And the fact that the president. Describing us as human scum the conservative press keeps denouncing us if we're really quite so irrelevant, you think they want to go so much energy. Truth. Election that is probably going to turn on a small number of a relatively small number of voters in swing states, and so I think we're not quite so relevant have some people allege and stressed that never trump is include many prominent conservatives lock yourself William Kristol George Will Max Booed David. Brooks. David. From and Applebaum. Jennifer from there among others. But you see your critics would respond inside the Elat media consensus with there on the left or the never trump conservatives they've been consistently against trump wrought from that said. And Nights. I haven't you guys foul to understand what got America trump and indeed Britain brexit in the first place. You know. I'm not quite sure I agree with the analysis. Is and came about in part because there was unquestionably failure of the mainstream conservative establishment, which I guess I was park in recognizing some of the populous tides in American politics. I think it candidate for a much more specifically than which was a luxury crisis. In Europe, but went unchecked help create brexit brexit had knock on effects in the United States. As well, and and I would add a larger point com, which did you those who are listening here are left in any healthy democracy need a mortally healthy a conservative movement. There's no democracy that doesn't have a conservative side of politics. and. So even our adversaries are opponents politically should want us to succeed want a conservative movement that is optimistic that is inclusive that is in favor of growth, and that favors the open society and the free world. That's the way I can feel, okay my politics, they remained unchanged from the days before trump and hopefully will remain unchanged. Have said analysis requires us to listen attentively to individual voters tell us about your subject to Chris you right about her and you'll recent York Times call him. She's a registered Democrat and a trump voting lesbian store manager from Manhattan, and she fits none of the cultural demographic stereotypes of the trump by Brett tell us about Chris. Chris is a woman who is well educated. Well traveled and as you mention, she is She's gay and she the trump supporter and I one of the things that I I occasionally will be with my column in The New York Times. Is. Essentially. handed over not not fully. But at least partially handed over to Voice of that I think the predominantly liberal leadership of the Times. Need to could here because What she observed is that at least until the pandemic, her savings accounts or pension or private pension account for the United States a call four one ks. Arising smart. The economy was doing better in her view than it had been under Obama and that that's the counted for voters like her as opposed to you know questions about the president's mannerisms or read myths or his coarseness on the world stage and I wrote it Tom for the simple reason that Hillary Clinton would it become president? Her supporters hadn't been so convinced. That it was only a bunch of rednecks Yak. In the middle of the country, we're going to the trump. He is indeed and make the point. She's not an outlaw. She's a red voter in a blue state. My guest is Brit Stevens he's an award winning columnist with the New York Times. And we're talking about. Well, let's be frank. The crazy times in American politics. Let's turn to the debate bridge sixty years ago October nineteen sixty. The World Watch the Kenji Nixon debates we were too young. We went even. We weren't even born. To civilized will informed holly. Intelligent. Courteous Navy combat veterans are both in their forties. And yet six decades later. The world's being shocked and horrified. By the time of the first presidential debate these to all men engaging in A. An angry angry exchange is the best the both major parties can offer the American people sixty how's it come to these? You know when I was when my wife I ever watched, my wife has his permanent immigrants United States actually came a citizen. BECCA very. And I have to turn to her engine apologize for bringing her country because it was mortifying fortunately, the United States is a lot more than its leader. But debasement of politics has been long the making and it's one of many reasons why I just can't accept trump as president even though can time-to-time agreeing with his policies because he is he has brought the state about politics shoot a level that. Be chargeable to describe it as over Banana Republic and and you know onto. The Kennedy Nixon debates that I am are well enough to follow up one of the great issues that debate. The status of key Moi in Matsue, he's a little time with his island off the coast of mainland. Just unimaginable that piece to standard standard-bearers would have that kind of exchange although I. Walked by what Action Nowhere Chemo in that. So actually are. Yes you said that Donald Trump in that debate was channeling Alec Baldwin Channeling Donald Trump and yet he was holy himself. I get all that but is a more wrong with America than Donald, trump, Brad Stevens yet they're into lot more. You know I think Adam Smith Donald trump is a symptom of of some of that ruined but in seeking to an Australian audience I think it's worth remembering and reminding this audience that there could. Be Fixed his right in America

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"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

05:45 min | 7 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Out she. Knew exactly what I was wanting to do in believed in it Then we started calling everybody we. Because, for me, the lemon was never about just for women for White Women? But we needed we needed. We needed to pass. We needed a starting point in. Dave introduced us to Natalie him be a brandy called Mary in all that in-between time we had talked to. I Dunno between US sixty different people that wanted to be involved or participate in any way. But it was like touring conflicts or recording conflict or I'd love to come. You know be a part of this because like. Kinda like everybody else's did split. With. Had like. You know I was GONNA. We're going to have guests like how cool would it be to see Bonnie Raitt play the slide but does that Israel banner? Yeah and then so bad us have Jenny Lewis come up and join US and Yeah of course, Jedi, Louis, she's the Best Oh my God. Yeah. So. Cool. Tenant tenure trotter from the war entreaty was on board for a while and then she had Jamie conflicts and you know. All kinds of people were on board in. But. Not Everybody can make. which we didn't get to fill out. Yet we'll still get to. Yeah Rosanne cash always always want and then I was like we'll one day when we do like something we're going to get. To sing this starman versus Jimmy. Webb. Did you know what the songs are going to be like like did you have a vision of? Did you talk about that too with Brandy that first day I talked about that with Brandon Day One and two every other every other person that came into the studio from day one as like there's no Sassy songs on this record like no like in the way of like like I like Sassy songs but for I wanted everything to go back to. What I call the if you can imagine a tree. Foundation, being the high women in women's song that we wrote. That was are. Going back to point everything had to reflect back to that. Somehow you know we'll talk about. domesticity in you know. Things that are that we don't really. Get to hear or not really allowed to. Well not really things that people women are touted for singing about you know we can sing Gospel songs we could sing love songs, unrequited love songs. That's your lane. But. With there's we have more to talk about and more to say in. Most of us have kids. Now in that band, I guess all of us. But We we start from a young age taken our lessons from. Our mothers and I idea somehow just wanted it to be more than. You. Know I didn't want it to be like sex appeal when stuff I mean that's all sexuality. I is a big deal women men but I wanted it to stay true. The fact that that You know we want to talk about some some some stuff. We want you to see things from a different side you know. Well I gotta say Amanda A Beautiful Place to end it's great book and with the problem the new song that's out now 'cause you're obviously on this incredible pathum in terms of being able to communicate what you're thinking about on what's important and I saw the impact of the high women album on my own family and I mean all of us listen to it so much and I saw what it meant to Anna and. As a twenty year old or nineteen year old when it came out. I saw what that album and to her in a different way than you know pistol Andy's might have meant when she was fifteen or thirteen. which those Sassy songs had a real place in the world you know what? I mean this album that did they did but this album meant something else to her I watched it. I watched the way it hit her and we would listen you know how we all listened to it at. Wanted to. And like many industries, you know there's so many women in in this I'm not whining at all and male dominated industries that that have a lot to offer to say a just I just wanted. Other. You know women to know that there's a bunch other ones like us out there whether you're in journalism or or masks. Or singing songwriting I don't know. I like the British maths. Now that's awesome and you can imagine how the Koppelman family were cheering for you to man. We were also happy that. This kind of success came to you and you know so. So, well, deserved title. Get to do something that. Makes any of my friends a happy makes me super highest compliment. So thank you know it's true. We are all so happy. People go out there and support. amandas music and when there's live music again, go see men with four hundred unit and the high women hopefully tour and. We can all be part of. And all that stuff. Man. I've taken you away from everybody long enough thanks for doing this. Thanks for have. Of course you can find me. On twitter you can find on twitter. She sometimes changes her name around, but you can find her if you aren't enough and. We'll see you next time..

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"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

04:18 min | 7 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Wasn't super cool? To. Do. country. So occasionally, people might see me out the wrenching in heritage days that the town offered or. At play at these gatherings with the playboys they were touring because at this time, they were like you know advanced age, but they played New Year's Christmas. Cowboy gatherings and enough enough to. To go out on weakens and you know when spring breaks and stuff like that long weekends even. But Now, I think my best friend, Rosa Linda, she knew about all of it she would come to him some but mostly tried to. Not Get beat up in Just, you know learn all the music. Good. Did A. Natural shyness sort of go away when you got on stage like when you got on stage did it really make you nervous? You were nervous onstage, nervous yeah. Well nervous but. Not about the Violin Violin. Part. It was when they started having me Sing Nettie got super nervous. The first time I sing on stage Leon Ralph's from Texas, playboys is hold my hand have a picture of that somewhere. But yeah I get this I get nervous about singing but I don't get nervous about playing the violin. Man Leon. Hold in your hand when you sing if that's not a country song I don't know what is have you not written? That's right. Song for Fuck Sake that's so good. It's such a great image right will. Such a great image, right about bad job but. You started you started saying in then and did you kind of know you could sing? Were you playing guitar by two For Yourself. Number one selling recording artists Singer. So. That wasn't something you could sing like, Eddie? Do the best with what I got. I understand when when did the songwriting kick in though When did you start When did you start writing songs in the middle of all this? I started writing songs Well honestly, it was because I to as a side person I wanted to. Be More. Valuable as as an interim. To do more than one so. I started working on Mandolin in harmony, and then I realized that you cover somebody song because you gotta pay money. On like a record or something. So I started trying to make up my own and. To just show people that I could. Be An asset to their band. Really. Ambition was to live a life in music into play the violin and. I was like well, if I could sing in, helps the band out that wants to hire me I'll do that but they've got to know that can do it. So I got a record something in if I record something that's not moan song gotta pay money. So hit now I'm like okay I'll write some songs we're find some public domain songs in. Then Bill then I one night I jumped on stage like into the fiddle away from villages fiddle player in. which some people would find. Not Not. Cool. But he thought it was awesome. Billy Joe Shaver shape. Yeah. It's got to go slower and tell that story because I'm I told Jason this I'm I'm. kind of obsessed with Billie Joe Shavers story like it's something I've always wanted to make a movie or a play or show like I. Find it the most fascinating story in the world what he did to get way lend you know so I don't know so. We'll just what he did to get wayland you know I don't I'm not gonNA take I've I've thought about this for years like fifteen I think the most amazing story. I can go out go hard with you on Billy Joe Shaver this. As playing at a festival that he was at and. You know I know about country music I know all about billy. Joe. Shaver in a fan. I was up there in front row the only person age like twenty of.

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"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"A lot more than normal in been talking to him a lot more about it. know women's rights in general and how we've gotten. To this place and then. We started talking about writing. From you know more of the first hand. Experience in this case and we came out with the problem. In we recorded it here in my barn because I've been teaching myself how to record and my friend Geena helped me and you have this song the problems. In it's up there and all the money's going to Yellowhammer, fund at Alabama who are doing. Really good things for Alabama in the southeast in general as far as. Doing everything they can to keep. Options open and safe for women because that terrible thing yes yes. Agreed it seems to me that you found a way though that the final version of the song or the one that came out. Last week. Of, course the. is in there and maybe the anger behind you writing it, but then the song itself. Is Not Strident. Do you know what I mean? You've found a way to invite us in and I think even to invite in people. Whose? Opinions going into, it might be different than yours and I think that's really important that that that the way. Melodic League and all the way you tell the story, the way you both sing it it it's it's It's got a quality to it. That is more questioning than it is making grand statements. Do you know what I mean? Yeah for sure I think that was the. Intention I think for me was to. To show that it's a lot more gray than. Than folks seem to think you know it's. A lot more. You know. I live in the south. It's not. It's not a place where we're. People are either. Yes or no they're.

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"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Feel like I'm good at a lot of things in. There's a lot of folks that are good at a lot of things and I like I've never felt super comfortable comfortable outside of You know written songs or poems the internetwork painting. So talking to people is uh at try to stay away from so. You you got me on here because you're my friend. Well and I. Really Think it's important for you to be out there because the music you're making is so good and also because the song is so important that you just released and and and I know that's part of why this is a good moment for you to be talking about stuff. So I have a whole bunch of things I want to ask you but but maybe we should just start out. Do you WanNa talk about why it was important to you to release this single now and what your ambitions for it are and what it's dealing with? I guess. I got the spark of the idea for the song in two thousand and sixteen, and I wrote a version of the song. That's called our problem. and. You know I started recording it and trying to figure. Out. Exactly how it fit because when I wrote the song, it didn't fit on my album might piece of land and then. Tried it on other things and it just wasn't fitting anywhere in like as as part of a collection and You know since two, thousand, eighteen EFI like Women's reproductive issues have just regressed or rights even in You know there's a lot on the line. There's a lot at stake in. Got Away from being scared to put it out and you know what folks might say or do or. Thinking about like what could be the I don't want anybody in my family to get hurt because you know. I believe something but I guess. But I. Guess at the end of the day I was. Like F- that say fuck on this. Sorry. Just bleep that judicial please do. please. Say Fuck on this man Okay Baz like well, fuck that started turning into some real. Anger, you know in A. Being that we're in this pandemic, I've been. Husband.

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

01:56 min | 7 months ago

"shire" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Hey, this is the moment Brian Koppelman. Thanks for listening. This is a podcast years in the making. Mike I met Amanda shires twenty thirteen in New York City when she was in town with her Hubby and We went and had coffee and I was immediately struck by. HOW INCREDIBLY SMART She was. Not. Only didn't she miss a beat she was like ahead of it and. A great sense of humor and I could also tell this was like a great listener in a deeply engaged human being and I've had the privilege spending some time. With her over the years always in brief intense bursts after shows and she's just a great artist and songwriter an amazing of Violin. Player. She's in the four hundred unit. She makes albums on her own and she is founding member of the high women the incredible supergroup that took Nashville by storm, and she has just released a really incredible single one of the best songs of her career. The problem came out this week when you're listening to this I guess it'll have come out a week or so ago. It's a really important great song and Amanda Shires. Thanks for being here. Thank you and before anybody gets gets worried that might be good at everything. I'm not I suck at twitter. Well. Intermittently been good. You've intermittently been good at twitter. And then somehow, yeah you you you you. You decide to really engage or not engage. Note is funny though man I mean everybody who talks about you always talks about how you're the smartest person in any room you walk into and I'm sure that that there's a lot of pressure attendant to sort of knowing that's your rep before you show up. Well. Yes. Because I.

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Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

Charlie Parker

02:53 min | 7 months ago

Crack open a cold one: Monday is National Drink Beer Day!

"In case you were curious about beer on this drink Beer day, According to the ancient Code of Hammurabi, it was decreed that bartender's Who watered down beer would be executed. I think it's still that way in Texas. Yeah, on once again. I'm don't know who, Mama Robbie wasn't but anyway, may even actually be a place. Of clouds and near the constellation Akila. Contains enough ethyl alcohol. To supply 300,000 pints of beer every day to every single person on Earth for the next billion years. Well, then why aren't we fly into one of the stars in Akila and put Mars further down the list of Thebes builders of the Great Pyramid of Jesu. Were paid with a daily ration of beer. Cause it was supposed to be a square. George Washington insisted that is Continental Army be permitted. A quart of beer is a part of their daily rations was old Millwall sounds good. In a paper bag. A Buddhist temple in Thailand was built with over one million recycled beer bottles. And while Americans love our brew What country do you think drinks more beer than any country in the world? Australia? Nope, Ireland? Nope. Scotland No. Well, where are your China, of course, and if the United States had a drinking competition For most beer consumed per person. Who would it be? The person know the state of the state. Um, Texas Neck North. Dakota held that explains it. There's not a lot to do there. Ham Shire is second And Montana came in third. Uh, once again, not very, really popular places. Do you have a go to beer cold? Other than that. Not really, really. You know, I kind of go all over the place right now. In the Mexican beers, Charlie. Okay, Well, you can have mine. OK, I'm a Miller high life guy myself. And I don't think I have. Ah, if I man if I'm forced to, which is a lot, Yeah. Probably going to go, Bud Light. Maybe. Margo, You have a go to beer? Yeah, I love craft beer. So I drank. Okay goes about that. You don't talk to my son in law. My daughter Charity Charity likes him too of it. My favorite brewer is Guadalupe Brewer in New Braunfels. Great place. Okay, if you say so.

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Why Are Some Animals Pets And Others Are Lunch?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

05:12 min | 8 months ago

Why Are Some Animals Pets And Others Are Lunch?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont public radio I'm Jane Lindholm on this show we take your questions and find interesting people to answer them This episode though is a little bit different. We are tackling some questions without answers. This episode is a follow up to our cats dogs episodes. So if you haven't listened to those Ya, you might want to go back and listen to them before you listen to this one. In those two episodes, we answered all kinds of questions about our feline and Canine companions but that got us thinking, why do we have pets in the first place? Why are some animals farm animals and some are pets while others are wild and why do we eat animals? We're going to be spending some time thinking about those hard questions including the ones about which animals are okay to eat. So adults you may want to think about whether or not. This is an episode that's right for your kids or listen to it on your own first before you share it with them. Okay. Let's get started a few years ago I. Read a book for adults called some. We love some we hate some we eat why it's so hard to think straight about animals and it kind of blew my mind because it talked about all of these interesting ways we think about animals the same kind of animal a bunny for example, can be a wild animal, a pet animal, an animal that's used for medical testing or an animal we eat for dinner and how we feel about that bunny affects how we treat it. In American culture, we would never eat a dog dogs are pets. Eat A lot of hamburgers. However if you live in India, it's illegal in most parts of the country to kill a cow or to eat any kind of meat that comes from a cow like hamburger or steak. So, our ideas about animals have a lot to do with our religion, our culture, our beliefs, and where we live. We're going to explore some of those ideas today, and our guest is the author of that book. I mentioned how her Herzog is a professor of psychology at Western Carolina University psychology is the study of behavior and the brain. So why we do the things we do and how our behavior our actions are connected to our minds, how studies the relationships between humans and animals. Since. We talked about cats and dogs. In our previous two episodes I wanted how to explain a little bit about our relationship to our pets. Now people often say they are a dog person or I'm a cat person how says he's a dog person but right now he just has a cat people say that they keep pets because they get unconditional love from their pet. Mike Catt does not give me unconditional love. I'd give her unconditional love but she treats me like the guy that like opens the door and lets her out. And does what she wants to do. So what do you think it means that if somebody says their dog person like you did or a cat person given that you have a cat but you don't feel like your cat gives you that much love. But you know, do you have a sense of what it means for somebody to wear that badge of cat person or a dog person? Well there's been a ton of research on that and basically it's been fairly consistent. There's sort of consistent but fairly small differences, dog people and cat people, and so for example, dog people tend to be a little more extroverted. Cat people tend to be a little more introverted. Some studies have shown that cat people tend to be a little more open to new experience new ideas. On the other hand cat people tend to be a little more anxious. But I'm I'm not sure I. Think sometimes you just fall in love with an animal and sometimes it's a cat and sometimes it's a dog and I think people can switch back and forth and for those of you listening if those were new words for you extroverted and introverted extroverted kind of means somebody who's really bubbly and likes to talk to other people in really likes interacting with people and introverted people tend to be quieter maybe you just don't like the excitement never really loud room. You don't WanNa be the center of attention then you might be a more introverted person. Interestingly enough I think that also to some extent applies with two cats and dogs. Cats tend to be more introverted they tend to be Shire. Dogs tend to be more extroverted they They you know they tend to. Give you more in some cases you know sort of psychologically and and. Are More eager eager for social interaction. At least my dogs have always been not my dog. My dog is very introverted and he's not a people pleaser. He's more of a cat dog for yeah. That's interesting because it's very interesting because you do have like dogs and you do have dog like. I've I've I met a cat recently that was very dog doglike. She fell in love with me instantly wouldn't get out of my lap and eat dinner table. Yeah, that sounds very dog like.

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You've been warned

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:48 min | 8 months ago

You've been warned

"Welcome to kits, myths, and mysteries stores of the strange and unexplained I'm your host Kit crumb today the warning. You might think that a warning from anyone to the united. States would be directed to the Capitol Washington DC or the Pentagon and not necessarily to the people but you'd be wrong almost as highly debated as UFO's our crop circles. Circular patterns have appeared wheat and corn fields across United States and around the world they've been attributed to meteor electrical storms, crop disease pranks by teens. Perhaps, the most widely speculated source for making these often complex designs are aliens or UFO's although the term crop circle wasn't coined until the early nineteen seventies the earliest reference to designs in fields. Of Grain was in sixteen, Fifty, eight in Harford Shire inland and were said to have been created by the mowing devil in nineteen ninety a dry lake bed near Oregon's steam mountains was the side of a thirteen mile long truce Janta Mandela Crop Circle this ancient design claim by many to have been created by aliens was in reality created by a local group of artists. Likewise, the crop circles that started the world's awareness of such things was created by Doug Bauer and Dave twirly who were inspired by the saucer nest case in Australia for a farmer claim to I have. Seen a UFO, then found a flattened circle of swamp reads a massive crop circle reported to be the last warning by aliens of coming cataclysms that may possibly bring our world to the brink of destruction appeared in Washington state in July two, thousand, twelve notable Russian scientists agreed on the warning while the United States government remains noncommittal on the warning aspect of the crop circles but area farmer's preparing for summers. Harvest find a distraction more amusing than alarming. You can't do anything other than laugh dotted said Cindy Gabe who owns the field along with her husband Craig you just? kind of roll with a theory aliens and your special because aliens chose your spot trends called the give on July twenty fourth when the pattern of flatten wheat was spotted off highway one, seventy, four about five miles north of the town Wilbur. The field is about ten miles south of the grand. Coulee Dam push up your reclamation says is the largest hydropower producer in the United States the circles resemble a four leaf clover and remind Cindy and Gregg Gabe of Mickey Mouse years the design knocked down about an acre of their wheat some of it could be salvaged by combines Starts in a week or two she said but some will be lost. Crop circles have been a worldwide phenomenon for decades, and this is not the first one in Lincoln county similar circular patterns were left in crops in the Wilbur. In Twenty, ten and twenty, eight and online. There were no signs that anyone walked into the field. We're trying to figure out how they got out there without breaking any of the wheat. It's hard to walk through. CRUNCHY wheatfield not knock it down. Gibbs said at the same time it's hard to think it's aliens. So bizarre thing to wrap your brain around like the UFO's the debate over the source of crop circles continues. But now you've been warned

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"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"You hear the No. He's grabbing ice. Oversight more minutes. Okay. No. By me that's. You know. But. This may be like this people do want to see like the mess that just was the last twenty seconds on your podcast, which I do think. These women have all got really good at perfecting like what they want to show like you said, they're putting up the filters and Netflix's baby. You're going to get the more desperate talent like how vanderbilt rules started. They had nothing and they had no following. They had to make themselves yet I think you don't have to make yourself anymore on Bravo you. Get to come in grab onto those coattails. Yeah. Maybe pull the other one down and you're on top and it's kind of like What is that called when you eat you're eating yourselves or cannibalism? Yeah. It's kind of like their cannibalizing themselves being driven. Someone's too good and I've said before like we got a law on way to they'd personalities. And that's why like a Tinsley didn't get enough respect because a tinsley is a supporting actress and she wins the Emmy every year. Right. But you WANNA know who's GonNa win the leading actress and they're all fighting for that. So tensely just wants to. Do this this this is my life shows enough goes home the other ones and she left happy she laughing at peace. I don't think a lot of them leave at peace. Said or they get pushed out when I leave this earth I wanna go out like Tinsley. That's just like it'd be waving at the door midst not midseason that sounds dark but. I just. I just you know with by dogs. Happy I, just think. I don't know I I. Think we're kind of Bravo's had to probably check a lot of people recently I think Bravo gone I heard that it was like that's why things came out. So late is because half those people just were so lazy signing their contracts and being like demanding. So I think these people think they are the show they are whole Bravo in in there you kill it every time I can tell you my personal opinion. The key to success in this industry is being able to check your ego because if you that you can have longevity the second you get big fear. Britches that's the beginning of the end 'cause nobody has time for it. Okay. You just totally. You just completely flipped may now I came in? PROVO and I'm so mad at Arinda. Come on. Saturday together. Luanne did not check her ego life is a cabaret. They all were like, are you this delusional? Leeann have wakeup check look at the best season of her career. She has been the voice of reason, which is frightening frightening Brenda who did not check her ego who got too big and she cannot accept anyone else. So she's putting blockers up every episode and I get that like they're not show everything I know that number four her all the time like I get it I don't think I could do reality TV if I had to give that much but. It's not gonNA work out bras to get there the one writing the checks. I guess it comes down to the old adage don't bite the hand that feeds you. I don't know how I feel I'm gonNA feel probably different lean an hour. Said like you're GONNA, message be like all right the episodes but I'm gonNA listen back from you like Shit. I don't believe that that's not what I say listen I will doing these for the next month straight at. Topic with completely different opinions we are at a time. Lucy thank you so much for joining me. I mean listen this is the time of need for all of us. So reach out, reach out to those around you reach out your real housewives friends they'd have to, yes. We need support right now than these dark days Oh my God. Well Anyway. Fox Ellen Seinfeld. Stood them. They are old news today whatever old news today I don't even care about the conspiracy theories Romania Mary remarried who gives a shit. Maybe we'll get to that eventually but Lucy Dave for joining me. Literally we just we literally does our second bog has moved. Two weeks. Neither of them are out. Everyone's like instance gets. If you don't go fall her at Lucy on the ground on. Rocks and she's private 'cause she's smart and you have to Butler but I'm telling you well worked at her content is just so good. She's got the scoop. It's funny. She's an avid just like us. It may context pretty dark right now but I'm Gonna I can tell you having a day I was like. Twice a need help Lucy Lucy. Thank you so much for joining me, CD. That's trust this week. Make sure to tune in next week for another leasing podcasts until then make sure to rate review and subscribe. Aggregate one girl by..

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"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

07:14 min | 8 months ago

"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"They're taking. Not. Watching right now like shirt it's a shit show, but we just watched beverly hills which was a little like far in whatever and they really don't like each other there. I think. But we watched New York five women which was weird to only see five of them go to Mexico and they had a girl's trip which don't all of us wish we could have a girl strip right now. Yeah. Even the darkest moments i Mike, we are -cation to raking my friends are texting me like we have to book something like can we put anything on the calendar and hope it stays like and that's an I'm watching sixty year old women. Thinking God i Miss My friends and even though they're terrible Ramona's not a good friend to anyone. Just sent that text. They said the group text last week of the the do you have anger management? On the floor like I still can't get over that like. I it's not time yet and there's a good way we can ease people in and I don't think they're going to just wipe out your I don't think they can because. That's the thing with New York specifically, that is why people get married later in New York people have kids at like all of these women had like careers and Galley or like having a second wave and like New York New York are special and so my son she hates Bravo I know it's disgusting and horrible I feel like I'm an abusive relationship because of it she. Watches, Sports AIDS Bravo trouble but the one caveat she will watch we'll have size of New York because she loves Ramona like love to hater and I just love somebody goes has and I said why why this overall the others and she said I guess she realized she like really went into Lega like the theoretical assessment she was like I. Guess it's because they're all single. And S.'s like so like like their friendships are are the most paramount all the other housewives they have kids that are like you know younger they have you know husbands that are like getting involved with fighting annoying like Rony the only one where the kids are all grown except for his daughter but they're all grown like they're independent, they're adults, and now I mean for many years they've all been single it's beautiful. It's like as Connex Sorority of older women and were all and we're so here for like. Bats makes New York so unique as well. So like to get rid of one of the sorority sisters. So here's the thing I'm like. So now I'm going to go real crazy real conspiracy theory real tar is Bravo going to be completely dismantling everything that they've ever built and like starting from fucking scratch or something like I'm being dead ass right now it think I think we're I think this week is hard and people are saying Ramona might be gone might not like I've heard every which way I don't think. Is GonNA be axed I. Don't know why I'm just Kinda. Hopeful but I do think in a month we're going through all this shit again with every hills and I think they start at like their progress as to predict I mean half of them might not come back it denise doesn't come back. Denise would choose not to come back. Denise would be a choice because she also I think she makes most out of all the house across the franchise's allegedly and I think that's a problem with the other women I. think that's why they're pushing her out a denise back in sal welcome back sutton like hasn't been able to be level asked back. Let's get real. Soon, people want sudden back people want her back, but she can't. She can't become full-time because her husband her actual let her night. There's a whole legal issues still rights. So then we're still embittered saying randy might be coming back. I am not opposed I'm not opposed not oppose. no-one thirstier in the entire. Process there is in her name is Camille her name is. Love to pull out, we love to pull them out of the closet be like. Especially in Beverly Hills. But like New York. That's also what I don't what I'd do not above all else. What how La now heather? Falling for their like we need. Our we. We just bluestone manner she. Her husband's still in a Weiner please no, please. No God we need. My theory is you know needs to come back had her moment who spiraled on the side Jules I wanna see would jules is up I wanna see what you Think young let's bring her in. She hangs out with Leah. The everyone's saying Kate chastain was she's GonNa get a talk show instead but like I see her on New York catering to get a talk show, I think so shy. GonNa do like A. You hear that I don't know like. Well guys, I don't even know what by sources so it could have dreamt that is like out far back. I'm thinking for a source of no one quote me. What is somewhat is either going to come out of the woodwork it'd be like. That War I don't have any sources. So really don't think I could've may only source on anything is do moss. That's a good one. Okay. So maybe they're okay. So. Here's another question. Are We mad right now? Bravo 'cause I feel lab. Look I like a little more context I. Think someone's going to have to put out a statement is either people are GonNa be there either upset and we'll just leave it at that. But if it comes out more and more that Bravo did make this choice overed Arinda and it wasn't usual in any way or. A lot like I just for working with like major media deflect for. Fifteen years I've been in this business you know directly through me also watching friends careers, I can tell you that things are changing right now. So like for example, I have podcast dear, media you're making is a phenomenal company. They really are they respect the talent they talent it's your audience. We're just lucky to be able to like host one platform and they fucking me but they are rare a lot of and also the bigger than media company, the bigger the EGOS and like a lot of times it's like these very white, very wealthy, very privileged, very old man who are mostly straight who are making all these decisions about see no fucking programming and they don't have a God damn clue. With they're gonNA put Jerry O'CONNELL as his God, his own show when I. Like. I Like I love Jerry I love like Jerry. But I was like give it to Wyoming give it to a gay man I was like, yes, Jerry loves this but you're not gonNA bring the husband demographic he's not going to watch that is. What is the point is like you know I think there's a lot of. People, in these managerial positions making a big big.

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"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

06:51 min | 8 months ago

"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Actually. Really. My. In the network as a whole. So we're GONNA get to that but. Like you said Lucy New York City has been we there's even just bringing in Lia. itself was very like shocking interesting. She's young. And we know that like. We Bravo needs cyber STI. They did a fantastic job bringing Garcia on Beverly Hills. She's fucking amazing and my favorite aunt she thought actually a spot on the real now, which has tastic Garcia. As. She's everything in more. She's exactly what we needed in our lives. So thank you for that. But Garcia was inappropriate. appropriate place in her life, and she actually like new renna before and these relationship like real. Really it was like I mean, with Kinsley kind of worked the Second Chances Donald we it was like she's my age she's her mid thirties. I know she has a daughter. So she feels a little bit like she can hold her own with these older women building some of these women double her. Age and will not relate and they're just so different like it doesn't mean I likely. I just don't know if Rony is where they should have put me out but the fact it was a little nerve wrecking. Also, I've been hearing whispers for a long time of like you even recently I heard whispers about New Jersey and like a very good source, and I can't reveal my sources because I am. What's the word journalist? What is that called? What's up the I am clearly I'm not I'm like the furthest. I am journalistic integrity but I. I got really. Good information that another franchise near New York, city bomb. They were really looking to bringing diversity whether that's diversity in terms of like Melanie skin maybe sexual orientation maybe different age groups socio economic bracket. You don't want a methods within their to fucking body types like there's so many more places that we could go in terms of diversity and I'm here for all of the above that I just mentioned. Something that was mentioned me fine. Stuck in New Jersey I heard the Jersey. was looking for younger from a very reliable source and so I thought. They should put me on it because I'm selfish anyway but and I just new, Jersey I'm like. Available. Yes. You don't have A. Tan Time. Diversey rate they're. Tanning beds every day like what is going on Jersey until the idea right housewives eats to get younger has been in the either in the Bravo fear for while and it's like. selfishly, because I want to be on the show is do I guess of course I do like from a fan standpoint why? Why does it need to be younger I liked it it's older isn't that the point? So when they bring to New York, it's like Oh shit is actually happening and now is okay. So now it almost seems like and again we're talking straight UP ALLEGATIONS RUMOR MILL USA lease beginning of. Press with the page six. Now. Did she pay publicist trust probably do I? Would let her speak like to the next season like just on her own accord I actually don't think. I have a lot of friends that are bravo liberties and so I am were but I but like I know the Bravo it's very funny because like I've I've had friends on summer house forever I like I was somebody who's no longer from our house. So I got a real Soussan summer house and. So basically, Stephen mcghee told me. He, you give a shit. That should them but. Of. Their contract on their payroll. Crazy. Tight lead like they're so psycho about let even announcing that. Filming Summer House and they. Know Instagram and don't post are. We're not we're smart audience give us. Right, what's the big cloak and Dagger Bravo? We it's okay that we know we're filming. You don't have to give storyline. I get that like we can know that they're at the fucking summer house. It's pretty obvious. So there's always been scooping dagger. So the idea Tom Lee speak for rony especially if they're going to be changing of the guard, I, don't think is the case, but she has been talking a lot in the press about how the show in her opinion needs diversity. It needs you know it needs you need to shake up and like now here we are. So this is the thing Diriye. Is, she disliked the first of the rest or is this a derivative specific thing because not people saying Sonia Ramona the Countess I heard rumor this one really pissed me off again. I really like the but this just downright disrespectful if it's true the rumor is is that they're going to get rid of all those og housewives and just like basically rebuild rony around the in her friend group in which she Leeann. Let's be friends but what I'm saying we're going and so I think so the remote things are spinning today obviously. So the director of it all I think I, think durant. Was I think mutually is what everyone's hearing now it which shows how she's positioning it and how Bravo and how it's leaking because I do think. Are Ship at verandas civically was this is terrible season for her. Yeah. I think all of us assumed while during this, going to see this during his going to get her redemption saw you know I, think they all have a few years left. I think we you know Ramona might have one or two seasons Sonia after that I did not think I thought Dirigiste was the connection to the lower like to the younger women she knew. Good Friends Countess in her I think up my theory is. They fill the union, they've done this focus group already just like current episodes they didn't even wait to focus group after their union. But dirigiste isn't gonNA wake up reunion. I don't think Andy is showing her everything that happened and we're going to get into being like, wow, that was out of line or while you're right I snapped off there. I don't think during the sees it and I think mutually they're like look. I think someone said also that Andy is even commented like always want to have her back at some point like three that she needed a break like they are like you need to step away. We need to set like if you're not going to change if you're not gonNA see what we're seeing and that the viewership is low and I don't think she cares at the like I think she's mad the fans are Matt. Mad at the fans like I don't think she's seeing what we're all saying and I would you pick you? Enough to get. Rid. Not Verschoor, but that's not a good enough reason to get for what Wendy Bravo..

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"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

08:09 min | 8 months ago

"shire" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"Trucker. You guys I have a return guest on. You have yet to hear her on the stock sockets. Her name is Lucy you might know her from Lucy Underground. It's a fantastic meam account. I know you save. To my college, I don't care. Let's just gets. You to call it whatever you want. You could call me like Oh Been Lake Open wet far woman. You don't give shed today because literally we together about a couple of weeks ago did a selling sunset deep dives because you were both massive fans but you know in the world of podcasting sometimes you have to hold the a couple of weeks for whatever reason and so I was gearing up to like go through it, get a posted and have it come out today when? This Thursday. And it was so funny because I was like I don't want to Bug Lucy. But like a kind of feel like we should be record an and just like because we're so connected girl Lucy, DM's me and she's like, do you like do like like about like addendum to the podcast we did given all the crazy shit that's going down with selling sunset. Now it's almost like where we recorded like. It needs update right? So I'm like, yes, I'm down you know what? Fuck it. Let's just completely record if you're down I'm down she was like I am vow. So we fully prepared today to come here and just do like a selling sunset like like conspiracy theory what is going on is a real fake is Adam develop the devil we we many different places to go. Are we GONNA get their? fucking. But be news broke like chew hours before scheduled records day that door. Medley from the real housewives of New York City is no longer the show I. IT looks as if she quit and then it's been pretty it looks pretty clear that she was fired and Lucy's dead I mean if you fall Lucy, at Lucy on the ground, you will see. Every single post, every stories voucher. Gotten, extend your brain with. Him. So the just because I kind of a we weren't expecting this, we were not even expecting like an announcement like, Hey, this is coming like sometimes right before filming we know this happening we haven't even hit the reunion. We don't even know how delusional she remains in like a few weeks at. Wait, this isn't real I just I I woke up and it just started rolling in my face and going and it kept changing but it didn't change. I don't know how this happened for those of you don't Know Lucy is a bravo stand she is like your your your pop culture reality TV expert for sure. Fantastic. Account. Instagram at Lucy on the ground with rocks atlas the on the ground. At work. But like you I mean, would you say that? How Roni is like your favorite of all of your children if you had to pick. Yeah. I. Have said that before I have said that many times if I had a child that would be favorite and I and I can respect that we are kind of in a weird thought with rehome like rony because. Also, like a year ago this week was Bassett quitting no way. Yes. A year ago like two days ago. No, no no. This comes at a very terrible time. Okay. So like I am getting you so raw in your feels. You'RE GONNA. Regret this and also you're an expert. So girl I want you to go in a therapy session. This is a conspiracy theory like Breeding Ground Your Horse Race I want you to go. You're GONNA regret it. So I can look back on this season and talking about it. We all have we're all watching kind of A. Moving train wreck. If you will like, we know they're going to be changes I I. Wish, were than anything that we had seen Bethany with Tinsley with Leah because I think then we would have had like a three on four kind of situation we would have gotten Leah a little more not so like shocked with these other four or crazies rank worn her element I likely and here for at But I'm a little worried that Leah. Looks like the like. Okay. This is the future of rony which yes, it very well could be but I'm not ready for a complete hit. I said today the women what they're doing on New York is what they are not doing in Hollywood like they are not giving women of certain age a platform share their drinking, their jobs, their friendships, their deported advance. They're like everywhere the failure shit. Literal Shithole before Ramona singer, they're not seeing that in Hollywood so. The Bravo well, done you for celebrating these women of a certain age yet and giving them this platform that being said I understand things are going to change especially Ramona. Yes. She is a terrible person and yes problematic especially in the time of endemic, she has not been but they're not supposed to be our guiding light's. They're not really role models in case anybody paying attention. If you were hoping for that wrong network to be completely honest. There's like probably five women on his network that I'd be like, okay in a box. Perfect. Like would follow them to the end of the earth. Also follow these women to the. You're just know that we're headed for. Like and I want to go on that ride I. During the came out with this statement, it really was like Bebo Book and it's interesting to. So I actually I have Darren car on my radio show until Shekar, show and we just finished recording and of course, this news comes out on poor Darren stay like I felt bad. was. It is a bravo insider. Okay and she's really good about keeping it Berry Professional. She never let anything slips but did say this and she and if she said it, it can be repeated. Speaking but she said. I will say this. Fifteen percents of women that leave like the real housewives if you will, or you can maybe even say any bribery about fifty percent shoes to leave. That would lead five percent being asked to leave or ask step down or flat out fired. So when we see these women get, you know booted off the show in very rare circumstances. Is it actually choice? So when the news came about Brinda, it's Like, she was announcing it but very quickly. Bravo kind of grab the horse by the reins if you will and they kind of like, it became like very rapidly, very clear that she had been like Oh. So now I'm saying we see like, why do we think she was let go for have this first of all benefited. Do. We think during the step down from the real house New York City. So I think this is a a they're both things have happened I think. We right now I'm guessing especially 'cause like Duma's hosting. There were focus groups there were like you. They've been doing stuff on the season knowing that it's kind of been a shit show they're watching viewership will lead and people are like this is she's awful. I WanNa say to Bra something's up at Bra Vo. We're GONNA PUT A in that in revisit, but this is going on for I'm GonNa say at least the last three to four months even slightly longer if you've been really paying close attention but there's a shake bravo and I don't know who it is that maybe they're like they're looking at queries like this big thing now basically could he's like, Hey, human beings have. The. Attention span of of fruit flies. We can only give them episodes of for eleven and a half minutes and are they right probably all the children watching youtube. They don't know what's going on what the thing is. Is that right? Something's happening at Bravo Bravo Fan Lucy both are I, don't know if I like your or not. Do I trust the problem is going to make decisions that are are for my best interests not..

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As Melbourne Recovers, Regional Victoria Is Struggling

Coronacast

04:17 min | 9 months ago

As Melbourne Recovers, Regional Victoria Is Struggling

"So it's really great to see that the numbers in Melvina starting to level off a little bit which is Greg. Norman but what we're now seeing in Victoria is that country areas seem to be. The case of seem to be increasing the are on average. That's right. So they're the interesting figures from yesterday are looks even Steven. So my precipitous decline is not happening and unfortunately for Torian. So let's hope it happens soon but sitting underneath or some some figures where regional Victoria is pretty stubbornly persistent there the numbers are up and down, and if you take the average, the trend is. Still although maybe it's just turning the corner with Stage three Geelong. Bendigo is a problem and so there is fire circulating in regional. Victoria and that's holding up. That's underpinning some of the numbers that you're seeing out to Victoria and it's a real policy issue here because they're going to stage three, they don't necessarily believe they have to because a lot of country areas don't have any covered. Had No experience of it. But you could envisage a scenario which would be terrible scenario, which is that the solve the problem in Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, but regional Victoria takes off big time and it doesn't take much to take off. So the question is, do they go to stage four in some parts of regional, Victoria Ledge and Bendigo? Right it wouldn't have to be the whole rest of the state but in those other other places that seem to be emerging hotspots, perhaps they do need stronger restrictions there your and ring-fencing them and so so that you're trying to do what the actually didn't do properly in the thirty six suburbs in. Melbourne. All those weeks ago. Is. Do that in those in those regional centres and then quite a few healthcare workers perhaps about one hundred in the figures that came out your as well. So healthcare workers are really turning out to be a major issue and a major problem I. Mean we did talk about this a little bit yesterday but just to recap what what are the main ways that we can stop transmission among healthcare workers? Well, it's multi faceted. It's people coming from areas where there is cover nineteen and bringing it in with them, but it's almost certainly mostly caught in the healthcare environment. In fact, that's what Brett sunset a few days ago. And it means that they've got to really get tough about case definition recognizing where there's risk is probably risk all over the place and that P probably needs to be much more widely warn and they've just got to be risk averse one of the people who one of our listeners has written in saying that we should be talking about the fact that is airborne when it comes to protecting healthcare workers did I need to have more negative pressure rooms in hospitals and those sorts of things very difficult to engineer negative. Pressure rooms the so it's fine to say that, but you've got to it's a big deal to have a negative pressure room. So for people who don't know what we're talking about, this is where you suck air in from outside your essentially removing the air from the environment and fresh air is coming in but the problem sometimes with negative pressure is that the arrogance recirculated internally as well so that you're not Nisus you might be actually spreading infection of try to look at this some the happy indications where some single rooms. which are not negative pressure. And we our people are awake not on a ventilator. So if you're on a ventilator. In an intensive care unit, there are viral filters on the ventilator. But if you're in oxygen with covid nineteen in a single room, it's possible that that virus is being circulated through the rest of the intensive care unit and I've heard stories and yet to actually have them confirm. That this is a common problem internationally with intensive care units and in Canada, they've punched holes in windows and Putin, extractor fans into the windows to solve this problem and I know that some intensive care directors are concerned about this but I've tried to pin down and I think there is some variation around the place. So you see you've got to be really careful with ventilation and lots of fresh air coming in in internal environments in hospitals, and it's not entirely clear how people catching it, but we almost certainly don't have full blown. E where we need

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Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

Talking Tech

07:45 min | 10 months ago

Documentaries having new life thanks to streaming

"The pandemic has sent us all home without access to gyms, hair salons movie theaters. So what's a documentary into do? Peter Spier Academy Award nominated producer director has been making films for several decades dock. He says the documentaries are now finding a renaissance in streaming. One of the unexpected side benefits were filmmakers and peters going to tell all about it Peter. Yes thank you very much a pleasure to be here with us. To tell us about what's going on in streaming. So right now. Because of Covid people are staying home. Fortunately, streaming has really picked up since that time and their reports for the strenuous got up between thirty five and forty percent, so people are now. Using streaming taxes, all of their content Bluefin's shows the Netflix. We're talking about Netflix. Talking about Amazon Voodoo Fandango Comcast Cox. All of these platforms are doing very well. You've got a bunch of different. Movies are out there right now. Summer old summer newer. Tell everybody about what you've got in what what you've seen it. Is it been easier to get them up there? So let's start with telling everybody about some of the titles. Right, so I have a couple of club rugged entertainment. We have three titles right now. A film that I got back from a distribution company called Doug's more which we now have on Amazon Voodoo and Fandango? Probably a few others Newfield called the Sharm hate about the OT. PT Community and that film is currently on all platforms. And we're what's called transactional video so for your for people out there that don't know the difference. There's a transactional video which means you have to rent the video there s Vaud or Day. which subscription video which would be services like? Netflix and Hulu at Amazon and Yeah, so those are the two main. Video. in demand on demand services. Are You finding? There is a bigger thirst for documentaries from the buyers right now than there was before covert. I think with the emergency. Some big documentary programmes tiger king right now out of control in terms of popularity Are you know the jinx? That was another one that kind of broke through and we're looking at documentaries that. Are Not only one offs, but sure. I have what's called a one off. which is just single episode, but. They're also you know episodes. Alike limited a limited series for it's. One two I mean would say three to five or six episodes now. How are you finding the documents as Documenta? How're you finding as a documentarian? Being able to shoot right now when we're social distancing and we're wearing masks, and you're not supposed to be going out and doing these things how you're getting stuff done. It's almost impossible I you know. I think the industry is trying to come to terms with how we are going to move forward shooting the biggest issues insurance so being able to cover, not only the liability. But to protect the crew, that's a whole thing, but you know what it's easier with documentaries and doing a full on production so I think you. Wall Street documentaries because of the cost and the. The smaller impact with the size of the crew well, you could always interview people outside. You don't have to interview them in their office and that has to help right. Well people are doing those kinds of things and then there are you know because people are getting accustomed now to save zoomed interviews, there are documentarian making. Documentaries using zoo. Which is pretty interesting so They're just setting it up and you know you do your interview it. Routing out with other kinds of clips and archival footage, but yeah I mean. People are doing all kinds of work around to make this. If you watch the local news or the National News, it's now become the reporter introduces. As Zoom interview basically and they they cut back and forth between the reporter, staring this computer, his or her computer, and then there's zoom interview. So how do you? You Always WanNa, take documentary docu documentary and take it to another level. So how do you make that more instinct? Well I think in those cases. They're using just the. presets of that look. I think if you're doing the documentary yet more time to creatively do with that particular interview, but you bring up a good point, and you only have limited resolution and quality to zoom interview and. you know unfortunately you have to deliver to the platform, and the platform may reject it based on the quality, so it's definitely something that's going to have to be navigated. Okay finally, tell everybody, but does more. This was the film that you did several years ago. It's been lost lost for years, and it's now back alive again. Thanks to streaming, so plug it in television, yes! Dunn's more features. wwl Brown could name. Harbison Talia Shire a Barry Corbin. Some really cool actors. It's kind of who done it I call it You know a small a town film. On steroids and it's very cool, cool film. And I've got disarm hate about the LGBT committee that's got documentary out now. Streaming narrated by Harvey Fierstein and we have our latest film. Michael Debar. Who Do you walk me? Be About? His kinda zealot type character who was in the film shirt with love and also performed of a billion people at live aid. And why is there a documentary? Why is there a documentary about him now? Well. He's also currently DJ Little Steven's underground garage his second. Biggest DJ that's to Howard Stern, so he's very popular on Siriusxm but He's got an incredible life I. Mean you know it's? It's also a story about recovery. And I'm telling you no matter what you've been through in your life, it will not compared to what he's been through. You can't even imagine the stories the sky half well you. You'll get to see in the film so if you're going to go off and watch documentaries on streaming this weekend. Where should we go? go to Amazon Tango all those places. VOODOO COMCAST COX but the three films to watch Dunsmore. Michael the bar. Who Do you want me to be and disarm me and you could see them on Fandango, Voodoo and Amazon. All of those react Peter spier rugged releasing.

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Tolkien Talk with super fan Helen

Covert Nerd Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Tolkien Talk with super fan Helen

"Talked about people reading Lord of the Rings and you latched on. But somebody didn't. Why should somebody read Lord of the rings versus maybe some other fantasy? Like game of thrones or the wheel time series or Shinohara or some of those other other fantasy books. I I think. That tolkien's writing is really easy to follow. And so that's a good way to good reason to start anyway. Especially with the Hobbit I mean the hub is even better like intro book to it because it was actually written for children so it actually it. Even though the story is very rich in an amazing it was written as a good entry into the genre and same thing with Lord of the Rings. They're written in a way. That is relatable. Even if it's not really your favorite style of writing or your you know your favorite elves and dwarves and ghosts in hobbits does not your thing. It's it's an easy read to do. Like if I compare it to another series of I'm really familiar. With like game of thrones that's also written simply enough with there's so many characters there's so much going on but it's Kinda hard to follow him and you have to. I know this person you have to have charts and maps and who's related to. Who would how are they related? No my gosh. Oh yeah this is so and so's cousin and you don't need all that to read Lord of the Rings you can just enjoy the story at. It's a good story too so it's easy to follow. And I think this is a good series you re because if you do continue reading you can understand how other fantasy writers were influenced by this series as watching this happen awful. That washing my kids watch kind of what I call reverse order where they watched they read and watch Harry Potter. And then they wash Lord of the Rings Dame. Things token is stealing from from Oh my gosh you're names Puckett in my head. I'm Harry Potter author. Anyway they think that Vicky Rolling Rolling thank you they think that Tolkien. Still Rolling Sweetie. He wrote this book like in the forties. She wasn't able to live yet. She is getting influenced from him. And so I think that it's important just to have this as your baseline so that you understand where the where the inspiration references come from because almost every fancy writers got something that can be traced back to being inspired by Lord of the Rings. Oh yeah some people have always some modern authors said actually if Tokyo and try to ride that today Lord of the Rings today a problem we wouldn't get published because a lot of people view like you said it takes too long to get out of the Shire and people today kind of like a little more fast paced storyline. But I didn't find it that I thought it was very intriguing. One that's no means the world building part. I mean if you read again just doing comparisons but you know if you read the sorcerer's stone or a game of thrones which is the first book in the Song of Ice and fire theory series. There's a lot of world building that takes place in both of those because you've got to create this baseline you've got to show the people. This is what the world looks like and so when you read the fellowship of the Rings you're getting a lot of world building which for some people can feel a little tedious but it's necessary to live at groundwork. Churn some people you know the Council of L. Ron where they're talking about these these worms in the desert and going into a lot of history and stuff get a little lost and I'm like no. That was actually more intriguing for me. I was like they're talking about this big dragon. There's this other dragon named skater. And what is all this other stuff? This Ansari stuff but that's why people love the Appendices. You talked about the appendices to people. Just love that.

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Cloud Kitchen Platform with Ashley Colpaart

Software Engineering Daily

11:25 min | 1 year ago

Cloud Kitchen Platform with Ashley Colpaart

"Ashley Cole Part. Welcome to software and Jiang daily. Thanks for having me. There are a variety of ways that I can order food on my phone these days. I've got UBEREATS and Jordache Post mates and these. Apps first came out six or seven years ago and I was just ordering food from normal restaurants. A courier was picking up the food from the restaurant but today the market has matured. And it's gotten more sophisticated. How has the world changed due to the fact that there is so much volume going through food delivery APPS? I don't I don't know if I even have the answer to that. It's like there's more on demand couriers and workers that are able to kind of make their own hours set their own hours and work when they feel like it. And there's more people that are able to you know get a pizza or a sandwich or Sushi. Brought to them at any place in their community without having to leave their office or the park or wherever they are so. It's more like it's a convenience economy and people are able to just get get what they need when they wanted. And that's the biggest change I think. That's that's the society's feeling. Could you explain the term cloud kitchen? Sure so like you mentioned in the in the question. Is You know people. Typically restaurants would produce food for delivery and it would be kind of coming directly out of their restaurant kitchen but with a rise in delivery and the rise with demand in delivery restaurants are feeling strapped and constrained by that rise because most restaurants are not designed for delivery designed for in restaurant dining. It's just a different model. So the idea of a cloud kitchen is to really centralize the production of food producers. So that it's easier for delivery drivers to pick these things up and deliver them direct to consumer so a lot of the Times. The larger companies are playing with data. They're seeing a large demand through these delivery. Apps for specific types of food in their able to cater to that demand by creating what they call virtual restaurant concepts that may exist only in the cloud. They may just be a brand that exists only in the cloud that delivers food and or they could be a restaurant that needed to expand into delivery and so decided to rent a kitchen space. Off-site off premise. From their restaurant they keep the same brand. They optimize their menu for delivery. But they're doing that. Production in a large facility. Can you kind of think of a warehouse that has multiple kitchen units in it and you can imagine multiple brands making multiple types of food under one roof? These kinds of giant industrial warehouse. Kitchens where today there could be multiple virtual restaurants existing in them. Did these kinds of warehouse sized kitchens exist before there were food delivery apps and the desire for these cloud kitchens. Yeah I think that the original version of this concept was the mall food court where you could bring a family of five to the mall. Food Court in your daughter wants a hot dog and you want chicken tenders or Mexican food or or whatever and you're able to kind of get all of those slices from one food court. It's a little similar to that except for that the pickup option tends to not be existent in these in these facilities. So I would say that was like the first version of that and it's also funny you know having a new term coined by the industry so the cloud kitchen or the ghost kitchen or or virtual restaurant like technical branded terms for something that's existed a long time which is the idea of commissary kitchen which is just a centralized location for mass food production when those of existed since we started having the necessity for licensed commercial spaces that are you know licensed by the health department. Can you tell me about the business model of these warehouse? Kitchens Shire so there's there's a couple of different models that are trying to gain some market traction right now one would be the the warehouse model where there's again multiple brands under one roof. But they're renting out these spaces to an existing brand and the brand rents the space and access to the distribution channels and technology. Just so they have a turnkey situation for which sell this food as an extension of their existing brand another model that is emerging is the facility itself is in Unbrella Company for their own brands. So you might have kind of a a wing shop in a burrito place at a Sushi restaurant but they're all owned by the same kind of restaurant group or LLC that oversees the facility and they are optimizing their menus and optimizing their production and menus based on the concept that they have under that roof some of the food that I might order on from a food delivery APP. Some of it might come from a virtual restaurant that runs entirely out of these warehouse. Kitchens when did we start to see virtual restaurants start to appear on? These APPS. Like Uber Eats. When did it start to to be the case that I am not necessarily ordering from a restaurant? This is somewhat of a new phenomenon. This is kind of more in the last three to five years. I think New York City was the first place that it saw the rise in in the ability to do this and to optimize for it and since then you know as the VC money starts flowing in in the concept starts to gain traction within the business world you start seeing them popping up kind of all over the place the problem is or concern is to the consumer. It's difficult to tell where your food is coming from. In this is kind of at odds with the consumer demand of wanting at the same time to have more knowledge about where their food comes from so that disentanglement and not knowing is coming from an existing restaurant is coming from a commissary kitchen. Is this coming from a cloud kitchen or frankly is this coming from. Somebody's home kitchen where they're just producing it home. And then hopping on one of these delivery APPs. It's Kinda hard to tell. We don't really know that there's a lot of looseness happening with it. So let's say I want to set up my own virtual restaurant today. So let's say I have an idea for a restaurant that serves exclusively toast. It serves Geez. Toast cinnamon sugar toast French toast. I WANNA get started immediately. I want to start as fast as I can today to start selling my toast. What's required to set up a virtual restaurant for me? So the first thing you'll need is a business license or an LLC to kind of operate legally you then as a producer. If you're going to be the one that's going to be preparing the food you'll need to get food handler card and be legally. Have the adequate food service training that your health department requires you then need access to a licensed commercial kitchen space and so an existing kitchen that is licensed to produce food. You could oftentimes folks would like Kitchen space from an existing restaurant that had time when it wasn't operating or you can use what's called shared use kitchens where the business models to rent out space so commissary kitchens shared use kitchen's kind of the same thing but they're allowed to rent hourly through monthly plans and then you can access that space you'll then want kind of optimize your menu and figure out where you're going to buy your food from have that food delivered to the kitchen on hand so that when you are ready to operate it there and then you you know hop on one of these sites and you create an account with the delivery APP so that you can post your menus and poster hours and then sit around and wait for folks to find you if you haven't you know. Put in a lot of the legwork to have built your brand up so that folks know who you are what you are so the value that these aggregate irs bring to a new brand that might be trying to gain. Traction is visibility to a broad base of consumers that are hungry. So when you know you're searching for something to eat and I see you know you're toast company and I'm hungry and I was craving toast. I can search for toasted and find you. And what kind of deal does my virtual restaurant make with the warehouse kitchen so oftentimes are going to be like long term leases where they're leasing space for their production so there's usually a monthly lease bannon. There's oftentimes a lease or some sort of contract around the data and the access to the platforms as well. And what about with the food delivery APPS? What kind of relationship do I have is a virtual restaurant with food delivery APP companies? I don't know if I know the answer to that. I think they're all changing. They're all trying to optimize that relationship. And so I think you're using a third party application to mar essentially market your your brand through their APP. And then there's a percent of anything that kind of flows through that that you're paying to APP for them connecting you with the consumer demand. You run a company and you make software called the food corridor. This software for shared kitchen management. Explain what your software does sure so we are essentially a an ERP for the shared kitchen industry. So as I mentioned earlier the idea of a shared kitchen is not a new phenomenon. These types of kitchens have been operating for for decades based on the idea that in order to sell food to consumers you need to produce it in a license commercial facility. Oftentimes these can cost over fifty thousand dollars to build on your own or outfit and if you are just getting started as a food business or or or seasonal food business. It doesn't really make sense for you to to pay for that type of capital infrastructure. Meant so the idea shared spaces much like the co working spaces that you share the cold storage. You share the Freezer Space. You share the docking. You should the dry storage and you're renting the facility in booking time in that kitchen when it's available in new operate during those times so what? Our software does is kind of manages the back end relationship between the owner of the kitchen and the food businesses that rent from them so we essentially allow for scheduling and booking we do compliance document management for managing the business license the insurance in the food handler card of all the renters. We also manage the billing and allow for monthly plans and added fees in storage so that they can manage that relationship. Kinda get out of the office in back into the kitchen to support those food business. In in the businesses that are operating out of the facility. So the customer is the warehouse kitchen itself. Yeah the customer is the shared kitchen themselves. Yeah the owner operator up. The

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"shire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"shire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"shire" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"shire" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

"Today's conversations with Janney Down Shire. I met Janney a number of years ago at the E._F._t.. Gathering in the north of the U._K.. And Janney was speaking on the adolescent brain and her co author of Hers wrote. This really amazing book called Teenagers Translated. The book was so good in the original form that before my flight head landed at J._F._k.. As I was flying <unk> home from London I'd finish the entire book just absolutely devoured it and they've done a revised version of the book and the reason why I love teenagers translated so much is it explains how and why the adolescent brain works the way that it does and more importantly what we can do as adults around young people to help to take care of them. oftentimes I am traveling. I get the opportunity to do a workshop for parents and the workshop is called. What were you thinking and the reason why the work tried is called that is because whenever a teenager does something foolish the first thing that adult around them ask them so what were you thinking in an often cases particularly for adolescent a young men they weren't thinking anything at all and so over the course of this conversation would Janney helps us unpacked is how and why is the adolescent brain so unique as the beginning of the interview have you can hear really interesting fact about the adolescent brain and the amount of changes going on inside of their second once we understand what is happening? How is adults can we function around teenagers so that they are able to be more emotionally ocean mature and some events involve some timing and then finally what are things that we can impart on our young people so that as they are navigating this bio chemically emotionally difficult time of adolescence how they can and do that in a way that is easier in the moment and also on the other side of it they have emotional maturity and emotional mental health again? Tapping is going to be involved in that so it's a really lovely conversation. If you do not have teenagers teenagers there might be someone in your life you pass this along to if you interact with teenagers this is something that's going to be super useful for you and especially for my parents out there. If you have an adolescent or you have a child who will be an adolescent someday. I'm day then. You're going to want to know this information. It's really useful. Here is my conversation with channy.

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"shire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"shire" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"shire" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"shire" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Washed siskel and Ebert recently where they were just reeling against I guess jumping Jack flash. And burglar came out back to back. Okay. I've never seen burglar. And they were like Lupis gotta stop making these dumb action movies right after the color purple. And they were like she's clearly one of the best actors, but she keeps on making these movies where she rides a motorcycle and wears black. Right. What was what was the Nancy's pen name for jumping? Jack lash. I don't don't don't. I don't know. I don't know that off my head. Dave have you seen baby-boom know? Should we do a bonus? Well, I don't know if we should add another one to the doctor for the troll fire ministers. But we could do is one that has continually come up when I see people writing about us getting ready to cover Nancy of I hope they do baby boom. And it feels like of the Shire Myers collaborations, that's the one that's sort of got her voice, the most and people love it. And it's fucking herald Ramos who talk out loud whenever he acts move. Who's who's the vet? Oh, God way. Oh, yeah. Shepherds shepherd shepherd. I also for every Shire movie that I've seen which is the bride the bright partout. And I love trouble. I love triple is very popular in in my family for some reason than a wise weird. It's like those those I don't know how to categorize those things, but they exist. I don't know why I love trouble is my life, but it is a real video store movie. Yeah. The poster was up. Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte. I don't know they love trouble. Jeff Mike Ryan past pest Fisher gas friend of this show. Once I Trevor who it was but referred to some director as a three star general. That's pretty good. I feel like is what you could cultural Shire, which is like if you puff into a blockbuster. And he rented a Shire three stars. You just have a nice time. Right. You know, he's Start. start. The only keeps the ship's running only Shire film that well Alfie is weird. Actual these weird have seen Alfie. I'd never seen Alfie movie the affair of the necklace. I have not seen that was an. Plot. Yes. But it was also him going way out of his comfort zone with a star. Who is also out of her comfort. Right. It's like two out of conference on people and him. I think trying to figure out what his identity is without Nancy. I mean, that's that felt like, you know, but we're not here to talk Shire. We're not we're here to talk. It's gotta give. Yes. Got a gaffe. Did you see it in theaters? Did you did every I saw the Saturday at opened with my sister and very excited. I saw it with my mom and brother, the whole family went to something's got my dad got it was definitely like a family outing to see something's gotta give. I watched it on VHS with my mom, and we both didn't like it. I like it either. Yeah. I like loved it. I was a big Oscar watcher this movie came on no three I knew it was an Oscar tipped film. The key thing. There was so much from from the gecko just like, and there was for the two thousand especially it would feel like every year would come down to. Here's a veteran. Actress getting the best role of the latter half of her career versus here's a young on new turning series for the first time, and you'd have your Sissy space versus Halle Berry, or you're like double Annette Benning versus Hillary swanks. And then this year was like they're on Keaton thing, and it was like are they going to give her the second Oskar forgetting them back or are they going to crown there on the new person? But it felt like a two-horse race the entire fall. Like Keaton could've won. I think she had a shot. But she like the other person you mentioned just now basis was eventually undone by the fact that she has an Oscar yet. And so whatever Charlie's took it Halley took two years in a row, you're actually those are back to back years and the swanks around there. Right. Two thousand two thousand two..

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"shire" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"shire" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Shire's is the people i mean we talk about facebook as an entity it's it's gigantic board with lots of different constituencies within it and there are constituencies that are absolutely fully on the side of sustainable journalism and they might not be the people making the decisions so that people you talk to might not be the people that are then the next day making decision that's completely contrary to what these very nice people were talking to publishers about yeah if you have a solution please let me know i don't know mark zuckerberg if you're listening on the podcast we can talk about that and we can sort it out half hour tops so video there's been a lot of last year was the pivot to video you guys we've we've wrote about just before you joined about usa today you know pivoting video but putting more resources against video how important is that to figure out it's very important again you know our job is to spread truth gain audience and videos unimportant part of that and you know i think we've we've been very successful are video numbers are growing month over month your for year and not only just the news video which is very important but some of the franchise video like humankind we just launched military kind if you've seen it but it's you know just really sort of the heartwarming inspirational military stories it's just really taken off so you know we're seeing growth in both covering the news live streaming being on the scene and then also creating these franchises that are gaining quite a bit of audience and profitable yes absolutely okay that's too it is important so how do you how do you gauge like.

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"shire" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"shire" Discussed on WDRC

"Shire's right that you're seeing that that now that this and this is going to happen this is the next thing is going to happen your mark my words you heard it here on four twenty and neither of us were high when we said but as far as you know we didn't take a drug test before we came in today but the the next thing was going to be this and this is going to be this is really going to be interesting you're going to have the liberal left leadership that will reject trans racialism yeah so you will have the liberal black leadership in this country that will reject the fact that race is a social construct as was said by former president obama which means because they asked him the question you know you're black and white with the atlantic magazine your you know you're your black and white that's your your your background and you say you're black whi while i've come the known that raises a social construct whoa aren't we go down that we see what's happening in in in in rhode island where the the states can considering what the the school districts were a kid can identify as to whatever race they wish to identify you think the liberal black leadership is going to approve of that well then at that point the liberal black leadership becomes the oppressor in the democrat party i don't know how long that's going to be but that's the natural progression just like we said three or four years ago about the old line feminists that they're going to become the oppressors of the of the of the victims which are the new feminists which are men who wished to be women bright that's that this is what is happening because and i think that's a great point because if you if you and we said when the whole transgender thing was really gaining a lot of of steam and and getting a lot of attention.

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