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Jeff Zucker's Inspiration for CNN Rebrand Was Vince McMahon's WWE

Mark Levin

01:41 min | Last month

Jeff Zucker's Inspiration for CNN Rebrand Was Vince McMahon's WWE

"The most trusted name in news this is CNN right This was what they sold to the American people It was the maybe you didn't go there every night But if it was a breaking story breaking news a big event first place you went with Sienna In 2012 right before Joshua got there The lineup was Wolf Blitzer Aaron Burnett John King Anderson Cooper Piers Morgan Remember that That long ago Less than ten years ago If there was a storm if there was a fire if there was a riot if there was an earthquake if there was a plane crash if there was some military development in the war on terror CNN would be the channel People would turn to Then Zucker comes along He has a bright idea Hey let's not really focus on news so much He went back in red articles about you know oh what's Jessica's plan for CNN Article in the Atlantic said he wanted to he wanted the news network to have an attitude and a take That's what he said In fact he likened it to Vince McMahon's approach To professional wrestling WWE Here's what the Atlanta I'll read about the Atlantic said Zucker outlined his new mission to capital news New York's Mike Allen and Alex werbin says he wants CN to become a news network with an attitude to take much like how Vince McMahon changed the then World Wrestling Federation in the mid 90s with racier reality driven storylines The attitude era Zucker plans to do something similar with cable news He wanted to do something similar with cable news that Vince McMahon did with a fake sport wrestling How did we not see this

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John Cena and Lil Rel Howery Buddy Up In ‘Vacation Friends’

Mark Thompson

01:52 min | 5 months ago

John Cena and Lil Rel Howery Buddy Up In ‘Vacation Friends’

"Premiering this weekend on who lose seems to have been the result of agents and producers thinking that it would be great to have the likable John Cena and Little Real Howry team up. Um for buddy of a buddy comedy. It's a wild idea, but it just might work. But doesn't work is what I'm saying. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, They forgot the comedy part anyway, and vacation friends Marcus and Emily. That would be Howry and Yerevan Orgy are a couple on vacation at the fancy Mexican resort hotel. He wants to propose to her there, even though her father and brother hate him. Emily's dad is a wealthy, dignified guy who thinks of Marcus is a crude construction worker unfit to be his son in law. Even if Marcus owns his own incredibly successful construction company, Emily's brother, just he's just a jerk. Any Who the hotel screws up the reservation in Mexico. So Marcus and Emily are screwed until another couple who have the biggest suite in the place offered to share. Now Ron, who was a swaggering, muscular forest ranger, played by Sienna, of course, and his did see girlfriend Kyla, played by MEREDITH Hagner are determined to help Marcus and Emily loosen up and have a good time like it or not, By the time vacation friends shifts focus from Mexico to a wedding party in Atlanta. You're going to wish you were on vacation Anywhere else, Man. I can't believe it. Little real. I love little Road Rail is talented John Cena look like it's strained. It's unfunny. It's painful to Washington. Oh, my God. Wait. I like other things that Sina and how we have done. For instance, the suicide squad seen this great bad trip with Eric Andre Little rails fantastic in that this, alas, is a short to watch again. It's a comedy with To know laughs on Lulu. You are doing

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All About the Thylacine

Your Brain on Facts

02:04 min | 7 months ago

All About the Thylacine

"The thylacine one only two marsupials known to have a pouch for both sexes. The other species which is still with us is the water possum. From central and south america the pouch of the mail file seen served as a protective sheath for their genitals making them sort of internal external genitals roughly two thousand years ago the pouched predator behind to disappear from papua new guinea and australia perhaps due to competition from the dingo the dingo is considered to be the first introduced species sienna though. No one's quite sure who introduce them. Among the front runners are indian mariners. Who may have traveled to australia. The seafaring lupita people who spread eastward into the pacific from east asia or traders from t- more and taiwan who sailed through southeast asia. The dingo began out competing. The thylacine centuries before european settlement at which point there were around five thousand of them left. Things got markedly worse for the tigers. In tasmania after sheep were introduced in eighteen twenty four. The european settlers took a dim view to native animals eating the livestock. They'd introduced into the predators environment within a few years cash. Bounties were offered to encourage people to hunt them despite contemporary evidence that stray dogs and poor ranch management were killing most of the sheep. Nope gotta be these animals. We didn't ask for to the bounty hunting. The combo punch of extensive habitat destruction and invasive diseases like mange and the population diminished rapidly. The last living thylacine was captured in the wild in nineteen thirty three before being taken to the bowmer assu also known as the hobart zoo the remains of which you can skulk through today if you're into urban exploring and don't mind the risk of being arrested for trespassing

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Easter Comes a Week Early To Norwood, Near Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Easter Comes a Week Early To Norwood, Near Boston

"For Corona virus. Kids continue their nervous countdown to Easter. A warm up this past holiday over the weekend for the raindrops fell. Easter arrived a week early in Norwood. Funny brought you some presents much to the delight of three year old Sienna with bags of candy and toys in hand. The Easter Bunny has been visiting families all over town rehearsals. If you will for next week's big holiday, sometimes a sing along, breaks out during one stop the bunny even jumped in on a game of street hockey just one Of the programs available from the Northwood Recreation Department. It's awesome. It's awesome to see all their faces light up when the Easter Bunny shows up. Do you have a favorite reaction that you've seen so far? All of them? Chris Mama

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Cuomo Poll Shows Half of New York Voters Don't Want Him to Resign

Broncos Country Tonight

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Cuomo Poll Shows Half of New York Voters Don't Want Him to Resign

"Poll numbers, Half of all New Yorkers say Governor Andrew Cuomo should not be forced to resign. The pole from Sienna College also shows nearly half of all respondents think Cuomo can continue to do an effective job as governor. What's more, while around 30% of voters polled say yes, they think Cuomo did commit sexual harassment. Around, 25% say no, he hasn't. Meanwhile, on the corona virus and nursing homes issue, 66% gave him eight negative grade as it pertains to the sharing of data. James

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Expats in Italy

Travel with Rick Steves

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Expats in Italy

"Let's start the hour with a look at the other side of the coin has a couple of americans explain how they reinvented themselves when they moved to italy. Have you ever liked what you saw in italy so much that you dreamed of actually moving there. I have to admit i've been tempted myself. We're joined now on travel. With rick steves by two people who gave into that temptation and now they're living their dreams and rod left her job and twenty fourteen and moved to cnn and long so for him. To medallion settled down within near sorrento above the coffee. Coast anna an and join us now to tell us their story. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so anna. How did you end up in sienna. I studied italian in college. Fell love with it. Decided to move to italy after college. Move to to rin then ended up doing graduate work in manchester became professor and then realized that i needed to get to sienna because i did my thesis on saint catherine of sienna and every summer i went every summer. Got harder to come back to the states. So i eventually just decided to move there. And that was a few years ago and You must like it. Because you're still there i do. I love it by the way big industrial city in the north. No nonsense fantastic city. Though the best food real interim people think about that but you ended up in sort of the fairytale medieval tower not an end lung. What's your story. I changed my major twice in university and so decided to take months break to go to italy to try to learn the language. Because i'd been there on vacation before and then after six months decided to stay in ended up marrying an italian and been thirty eight years living in sorrento thirty eight years in beautiful lemon cellos cream. Lemon cellos with those nothing. Better i can't think of a more dolce rental so now you've been there thirty eight years in a small town a small community in community above surrender. You always the foreigner You don't look italian. I'm a foreigner. I definitely have strange ways the way i do things It's foreign but i've been absorbed into the community. They think of me as a local. Because i've withstood thirty eight and you respect the do respect them and there's a lot of my friends that were foreigners that have left sense and they get no respect. I can respect accepted in the community. Are you taken seriously at community meetings or parent teacher meetings. Whatever you might be into you sit there at the table and and you're part of the community and they'll ask me about my opinion about local ideas and things and i'm raising family in the community as well so it touches my life. Now anna i always think of who settled in. Europe is experts. Yes but you're also just flat out. Immigrants immigrants exactly it which my friends in santa always remind me of ohio the immigrants. What's the difference between an ex pattern and immigrant. Well if we're going to be blunt the color of your skin. Isn't that something. I know in italy relationships seem to be really important to get things done personally and in your in your work life. Talk about the importance of relationships. In italy the hugely important and i think that had i not found myself in a contrada in sienna. I don't think i would have stayed because it's so important to be a part of a community. And i am the american in the she wolf so you really identify with the she wolf district. Yes loo- i know that because you guys won the palio two times in one year. Yes we did. And cnn has this passion for the neighborhood. yes. I mean famously. With these contrada. Yes and think that. Cnn is very much a walled city in in both senses of the word because it has the walls that are still there from medieval times. But there's this wall mentality as well where it's hard to enter and to become a part of the community. So i feel very lucky that i found myself in the contrada and they accepted me eventually but like and said it took awhile. Oh she's still coming back so she is she

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10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

Trivia With Budds

06:25 min | 1 year ago

10 Trivia Questions on 2010s Musicals

"We're going to jump into ten questions on musicals from the two thousand ten's right about now here. We go all right. It's two thousand ten's musical trivia and on this round we are going to give you two songs and the characters who sing those songs in your do. Tell me what musical it is from the last ten years. Here's question number. One world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi. What is that musical with those characters and songs number one world's greatest dad by buddy and never fall in love by jovi an musical number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and last sienna number two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders by danielle nautica and la sienna number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and less number four on your list. We have a song call impossible slash possible by marie and ella. And there's music in you by marie number four impossible by impossible slash. It's it's possible by marie and ella. And there's music and you by marie number five anywhere but here by a character named j m berry and we're all made of stars by the un davis boys number five anywhere but here by j m berry and we're all made of stars by the davis boys and number six. What's inside by jenna. And any and i love you like a table by ogi don and company number six. What's inside by jenna in company and i love you like a table by ogi dawn and company number seven. Belmont avenue by the wop guys. Kala gero at ensemble in these streets spy. Lorenzo sunny rozina an ensemble number seven belmont avenue by the duo guys Kagoro and ensemble and the streets by lorenzo sunny recina and on samba l- three more musical sets of songs and characters to go by. Let's see what you know about number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble number eight. Why don't we get drunk by jd. And ensemble and cheeseburger in paradise by brick. Tammy and ensemble and number nine. What i know. Now by miss argentina and ensemble and day o the banana boat song by delia. Charles maxi and maxine and number ten cooking montage slash easy peasy by daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man. By stewart and male ensemble number. Ten cooking montage slash. Easy peasy by danielle daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man by stewart. Male ensemble all your songs and characters from two thousand ten's musicals for general jenner. We'll be right back in. Just a second with the answers to those musicals. We are back with the answers to two thousand ten musicals. Let's see how well you know the musical of the last decade or so number one world's greatest dad by buddy never fall in love by jovi was elf elf based on the two thousand and three movie. There's a great documentary about how that got made on netflix. It's called the holiday movies that made us go watch. That one is pretty number. Two one perfect moment by campbell and we ain't no cheerleaders bhai danielle nautica in last sienna is bring it on the musical. The cheerleading movie comedy made musical number three. That's rich by medha and king of new york by race catherine davie and last that's newsies newsies about a bunch of newspaper selling boys and number four impossible slash. It's possible marine ella. And there's music in you. By marie that is cinderella the musical which at one time starred my friend gi palmer. I think one of the backup. Replacement cast members of the lead role of cinderella in that movie palmer number four number five in that movie in that musical is what i'm at number five anywhere but here j. berry were all made of stars. The un davis boys. That's finding neverland number five finding neverland and number six. what's inside jenin and company. I love you like a table. Ogi dawn and company. That's waitress a pie. Selling and serving movie made musical waitress number seven belmont avenue and the op guys calogero and ensemble in these streets by lorenzo. Sunny rozina and bill is a bronx tale. A great movie with robert deniro. That was made into a musical about ten years ago and number eight. Why don't we get a drink. The jd and ensemble song and cheeseburger in paradise by brick brick. Tammy and ensemble. That's escape to margarita. Ville jimmy buffett number eight number nine. What i know now. Miss argentina and ensemble day. O the banana boat song. Delia charles maxi maxine and ensemble. If you know the movie you could against this one. It's beetlejuice the musical number nine and number ten last but not least cooking montage an easy peasy with daniel and ensemble and she deserves a real man with stuart and male ensemble. That's mrs doubtfire. Mrs doubtfire and now you know ten questions answers for gen jar about two thousand ten's musicals. Hope he had fun trying to figure those out. We have one more thing for you. Call the fact that the day the fact of the day is the last letter added to the english alphabet wasn't z. It was actually the letter j our tenth letter of the alphabet. Jay was the last one to be added just like hawaii was the fiftieth state. Our last state in the us there. You have it

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Trump Makes 'Beautiful' The Standard For New Federal Buildings In Washington DC

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Makes 'Beautiful' The Standard For New Federal Buildings In Washington DC

"President trump has signed an executive order today intended to promote classical architectures the officials style for federal buildings in washington bureaus netted. It will be the story. it's fair to say. The outgoing president hates brutalism at least one form. The former builder signed an order. That stops just short. If mandating classical designs for future government buildings in the nation's capital daughters high-tension greece in rome and the construction of the italian city of sienna in thirteen. Zero nine is preferred models. And it establishes the council to approve designs for new federal buildings that will meet the president's aesthetic standards a white house announcement last february heralding. This order was met with outrage in the architectural community at large council which will include up to twenty people chosen by the president will further order. Serve only through next. September

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Siona Benjamin's Transcultural Art

Can We Talk?

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Siona Benjamin's Transcultural Art

"The yona benjamin's art dances with brilliant colors and mythical figures lilith wrapped in a prayer shawl vaujany with angel's wings a blue skinned woman with multiple arms. Held up like minora. Sienna is a transcultural artist. An indian juif from him by now living in the us via israel and her art reflects her identity. Jewish feminist indian american and influenced by the hindu and islamic cultures. She grew up. In siennas installations have covered floors and ceilings and public spaces many of her paintings are multi paneled and she even paints the faces and bodies of dancers artists are philosophers poets in all kinds of artists musicians in every possible medium. And so we do have the luxury of this introspection because without the introspection the creation cannot happen. The forced isolation of the pandemic has given sione a lot more time for introspection. And she says she is valued the chance to focus inward. She joins us for the third in our series on creativity in the global pandemic. I think that what has touched me. The deepest is understanding the meaning of isolation of what it is to be with yourself. I think for the first time. Even though i love being with myself and i love being minute studio but i also like to travel to meet people and i'm a people person actually my alone time in my studio very much to fortunately for me. I think my time has been. I mean i work from home and auto workers continued anyway so i'm very very fortunate but some people who've lost their jobs and some people who don't have else other than going to work coming back it must be very difficult so you know my heart goes out to them. Has that has the content of what of your own work sort of shifted in the past several months eight months. Well in a little bit though. I mean yes. I can see the pandemic. I've done a small series which is a series of just four paintings and it's called the circle of introspection series. And i'm very attracted to mondelez in so the way the coronavirus is shown is kind of like a circle has little spiky things coming out and it's kinda like round and mandala lake that horrific shape of the coronavirus was everywhere on the news and on these kind of looked like a like a planet from outerspace planet with these little spiky little things so i just thought wow. How do i contract that. Negative circle was a positive. Circle are very beautiful colors. These mind and they are flowing and their positive and they've got They're hopeful. I kind of put the figure there in many different ways it has. It's like the circle of introspection series about into action in about looking to what you really want. What do i really want and think the the the word happenings have forced us all to do that. You mentioned your blue figures which is something that you work with in many of your paintings. Can you talk about that. My work is also very theatrical. So i started thinking about creating characters that would i already nostalgic and they talked about my in a unique background of being an indian jew and what my grandmother coq ten dead and stuff like that and what my mother told me. I mean my first few paintings are like i was experimenting with skin color. Like what shade of brown should i paint these characters that are on my stage so to speak. Then i came up with the idea off Off like a light turquoise blue because for me the blue stands for the color of the sky and the ocean. Ice taught that the color of the sky here over america the color of the sky over africa. Our india anywhere else is the same. You can't look at the sky and say that's indians guy. I thought it was just so neutral that thought that i could pin my characters that same turquoise blue and the this way they could belong everywhere and nowhere at the same time. And that's how. I found all the time being jew from india. My family moving to israel now me living in america raising a child over here having had a family here i just felt like what is my home so i did a series of paintings before that many other gokhale finding homes again that same quest for what is what is that home so the blue characters can fit into those series two and slowly grew and therefore the blue skin has become for me a symbol of being the jewish woman of color

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Trump's Support From Latino Voters Holds Steady

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:14 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Support From Latino Voters Holds Steady

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon. President Trump is holding steady or doing better with Latino voters than he did in 2016, according to polls. That may be surprising. The president has called Mexican immigrants, rapists and drug dealers and his presidency is haunted with images of immigrant Children separated from their parents and crowded detention centers. NPR's Leila Fadel reports. His support is not waning, and most of it comes from men. Raimondo Torres is a staunch supporter of this president. The initially attracted me and keeps me tied to him is that he has taught Republicans how to not just win but no longer throw our faces and bodies in front of every punch that the left is willing to throw. Torres is Arizonan, ethnically Mexican and a devout Catholic, he says. What he likes is that Trump doesn't take any mess from Democrats or what he calls establishment Republicans. So on Election day he's voting for the president. Top of mind for him is the courts and the more than 200 judges trumps appointed in his time in office. My family's been in Arizona for more than 100 years. We don't see ourselves as immigrants. Sweets they are so very much is Arizonans and Americans to continue to treat us as if we're all still just fresh across the border, which most Republicans and a lot of Democrats would like to think we are just easily encapsulate us. To something that is not resounding and Torres is part of about or just over a quarter of Latinos who are strongly or somewhat in support of this president. Michelle May. Orga, a new Mexico based pollster, says the backbone of the support comes from men has many men in particular are a swing vote, their vote that we have to go and get And while Democrats will likely win the majority of Latino votes overall, the margins are narrower with men. A New York Times Sienna College poll found the vice President Joe Biden, leads by 34% points. Latina voters. But with Latino men, his lead is just eight points. Republicans will take a larger margin than maybe they have in the past or enough that you know it is starting to eat into the Democratic margin. The Republican Party has been courting the Latino vote for decades, says historian Geraldo Cadaver, who wrote a book on Hispanic Republicans. President Richard Nixon set the town. Nixon did it through a kind of politics of patronage and High level appointment, he appointed the first Hispanic treasure of the United States, a Mexican American woman and appointed Latinos toe other top positions. The big question is why Why is the number holding steady or in some place is going up slightly? Despite anti immigration policies and offensive language about African and Latino immigrants, I think I would point first to the development over a long period of time of Ah, partisan loyalty to the Republican Party and Latino Republican voters just identify as Republicans above all else, just like many Americans also could. Office says Latino voters vote on issues of religious freedom The economy trumps argument about a strong pre coded 19 economy for Latinos resonates, as does his law and order messaging. Many Latinos are cops, Border Patrol officers or in the military. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has made a concerted effort to court the vote early. I think it's been kind of amazing to watch. I mean, in some ways, the Latinos for Trump Campaign, which started officially in the spring of 2019 has been relentless in Recruiting Latino voters that they're actually trying to increase and have been trying to increase trumps Latino support, not just kind of hold it, study or depress the turnout of Democrats. That's the first thing. Randall Avila, the executive director of the Orange County Republican Party, talks about when knocking on doors of other Latino voters in Southern California. He points to a low unemployment rates for Latinos, pre pandemic, the party's preference for school choice and lower taxes. I've never seen the Republican Party fight this hard to get Latino on African American votes. I can definitely understand whether some hesitancy based off some past comments or policies. But I don't believe that is the Republican Party of today. You know, we have a number of Latino candidates. A number of Latino Republicans who are really stepping up and taking center stage. A villa says he hopes that resonates because come November, the party will need the votes to flip the four congressional seats they lost in 2018 in Orange County and hold on to their county seat.

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2020 Election Poll: Biden Leads Trump By Double Digits

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:17 min | 1 year ago

2020 Election Poll: Biden Leads Trump By Double Digits

"There is a new poll this morning from the New York Times and Sienna College. That shows Democrat Joe Biden maintaining a pretty significant lead nationally among likely voters and leading on Just about every issue that voters might care about in this election. That's right. And I think the most significant thing that we saw really in that cold that Donald Trump lead among in terms of how voters rate his handling of economy that's something that he consistently has gotten better marks from Biden and Biden about and I we've seen that lead really a road. In this poll. So if that continues to hold true in the last two weeks leading up to the election that some additional worrying news for the president, although it has to be said with every national poll, particularly that what really matters coming down to an election is how the electoral college turns out. Where do things stand on in some of the battleground states right now? Well, you know, there's there's bad news for Trump and some of the battleground. Well, you know, I mean, I think that that pulling, you know has has consistently indicated, you know, either. Close races are slight. Biden lead in some of these key states that Trump won in 2016. So the question is if he's able to repeat The wind that he had in 2016 or in those states or if he does far worse this time around Now, the caution is that know a lot of these poles are within are close to the margin of error, so we don't exactly know having pan out. And as we get closer to Election Day, we actually had a chance to hear President Trump speak in a phone call with campaign staff. He actually invited reporters to listen in on this president's saying that he feels like he's in a better position that he was just a couple of weeks ago when he was battling could Corona virus And, interestingly, he's found a new punching bag. I think it's safe to say Yeah, You know, he had some pretty choice words for Dr Anthony Douchey, the top infectious disease expert for the U. S. And so I think that you know, we're likely to see that type of rhetoric potentially continue, and I think that what could happen is you know there's always the risk that there's a backlash against that because You know, Trump is is very, you know that he is very popular when it comes to handling of coronavirus gets very high marks on that. And so I think that there's always the potential that this could actually damage Trump.

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Martha McSally to debate Mark Kelly with Supreme Court future on line

Garret Lewis

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Martha McSally to debate Mark Kelly with Supreme Court future on line

"Martha McSally, Democratic challenger Mark Kelly Duke it out this evening, and they're only scheduled debate before the November election. A New York Times Sienna College poll published yesterday. It's Kelly ahead by nine points. But an ABC News Washington Post poll last week had the two in a virtual tie. The University

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Sienna Miller says Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his pay to boost hers

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Sienna Miller says Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his pay to boost hers

"Sienna Miller opened up about working with the late Chadwick Bozeman on twenty one bridges sharing that he took a pay cut so she could be paid more. The actor said, this was a pretty big budget film and I asked for a number of the studio wouldn't get too. She's sad chadwick ended up donating some of his salary to get her to the number she asked for and told her she deserved to be paid siennas sad that his generosity was astounding and something she had never experienced sweet story

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Chadwick Boseman gave some of his 21 Bridges salary to co-star Sienna Miller

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Chadwick Boseman gave some of his 21 Bridges salary to co-star Sienna Miller

"Sienna Miller says the late Chadwick Boseman gave her a portion of his 21 bridges salary. While speaking to empire, the actress revealed the actor gave her part of his salary so that Should be fairly compensated and get what she deserves. She called her co stars act unfathomable coming

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Chadwick Boseman cut his own salary to increase Sienna Miller's on '21 Bridges'

Bob Sirott

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Chadwick Boseman cut his own salary to increase Sienna Miller's on '21 Bridges'

"About Chadwick Boseman. I mean, this guy, the more you find out about the more you realize He was one of a kind, wasn't it? Yeah, One of the final movies that he made was thriller called 21 Bridges Co starred Sienna Miller and Sienna Miller has just revealed That Chadwick Boseman actually took a pay cut. In order to bring her salary equal to hiss. He didn't think it was fair that his female co star was making less money than he was. So he was also one of the co producers of the film. So he was in a you know, kind of Ah management decision role that he could actually do this. He made less money so she could make more money. She didn't even really want to be working then, but she said she wanted to work with him. And, you know, talk about generosity. I can't think of any other actors that would do something like that to, you know, boost up their co stars. Really?

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Sindy and Vanel from Go Ask Your Mother

Scummy Mummies

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Sindy and Vanel from Go Ask Your Mother

"We do we do that in a way where we talk about our experiences of how we will blow up and how we were raised and to see, are we going to do that with the children are we? Would we change? Do we want to change everybody does alive? Oversee was raised a certain way. That's why you are person who wants today. So do you WanNa implement those things within your children and if not why you know? So what was your upbringing night cindy? So I grew up with my grandma, I was raised by my grandma and she is one. Amazing women tell you that and she's a very recommend until this day she's been on the frontline she's in seven and she's been working to the. While you're in you. Corona. Upbringing. was I don't want to say straits she she was tricks to me I was it was easy for me to get away a lot because she was very hard of women just always work, and so she'd be like you know cindy stay home going to work up like, yes man and I will wait the house. And do whatever I wanted and come back and she'll think I was an angel child because beast islands. I was living my best line. and. Then she'd be like, you know McConnell, she's just hope these have been upset London we've May. have been passed up in day. Before she gets. Say Oh I'm in bus south London we get all the way out oxygen. Data. Good Guitar. All the time it was just awesome. I didn't have I didn't go any of my siblings assholes so. So, yes I was a mischievous child, but she thinks. She said, we'll keep it that way. Of My Mom and Dad. Has Several openings and Yeah. What can they get away with things that Sydney did I mean it was it was kinda impossible but Yeah. Grow of a family. Mom and dad there. Obviously, they sent me to boarding school so. It's kind of different different life in boarding school, but I won't vote because that's where the okay. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah I was I was an okay job. kind of taking from your own upbringing you want to. Use on your children. With me when our girl we always learn to respect. I do respect and love etc, and about sharing. So that's the thing that I like to tell my kids about that. I think for me is independently. From the from the beginning of quite independent, my grandma made me that way to work law. So she taught me from the eighth I was cooking rice on the stove unlike. Preparing her enough when she comes back from home without because I wanted to because I was angry working all day and. taught me from a very young age that clean the home and she was very, you must clean if you want husband must clean. bursary. You Must Cook. You must learn how to cook. You must do your luggage underneath. Hook. That time as a child I hated it I was like, wow, do on this team and clean. But like now is an adult. I'm Kinda glad that she told me they think that I just absolutely love to cook and now I do that with. The eldest child now she loves to cook and I get her to understand like you know the importance of cleaning up after yourself like I don't do things for her like she's like she's been very quite independent from. Since she was a baby and I've tried to encourage that for. So yeah that's one thing is probably independence. Karate. Kid Isn't it you have to learn how to walk so Anyway. I'm with CNN and you say in the first podcast episode that you had when you were was nineteen. Yeah. You had a few years as a young single parent and what was that like I have just become a single parent in the locker I'm an old hag. Like. I. Would that like when I was listening to your story saying yeah, it was it's been strange because. I never experienced life. I've never experienced life without a child when I think by now I was a child you know about to go into like you know the world of work, and then how childlike there was no time for play and there was no time. This might whole twenty s I was a mum like from the beginning. So that was a big shift and it was like growing up as a teenager. I was always the one that was always in bubbly didn't all the social groups and then I kind of had to like. Like, quiet down a bit because it was like, okay, I'm a Mamba that time I still didn't quite wanted to do that because I still wanted to live my life, but it was really hard trying to balance still being a young adult and a teen and having to be a responsible adult and a mom if that makes sense. So that was like that was really mentally stressful. Dot Period but now. As I've obviously grown and I've had Serena. I think I'm grateful for the experience because I've been able to. Me and saying that we've grown together like we've grown up together and we've got like such a close bond in that way because I don I stepped in. Changed the whole gambit. Guys on. Basically saying they're going to do this. You're GONNA do that. You know hope I did differently depending no. Change. Boxing I've seen that from. Sin Seeing how independent she is even though I'm in the household she still like you know dust by somebody sometimes you forget yeah because I'm used to. With anyone. I'd never lived with a man until you I've never lived with a man. I. Never imagined. And it was always like. Always on me, my bubble of me and Sienna, and like I really like even to this day I find it hard to allow you to descend things even. In the house. I'm not thrilled.

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Italian Wine Windows Open During Pandemic, Bringing Back Bubonic Plague Tradition

Toby and Chilli

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Italian Wine Windows Open During Pandemic, Bringing Back Bubonic Plague Tradition

"Say that Fast is a prologue. We can learn a lot from the way we used to do things back in the day, even back in medieval times, Toby and chilly in the morning, 97.1 Washington Here's what Here's What we mean. Wine windows were a thing in Italy back in the day in the Tuscan region Now you went to Italy for a wedding a couple of years ago. Do you remember seeing these wine windows on buildings? Yes, we took a tour of the walled city of Sienna, right, And that was one of the things that the Tour guide first pointed out to us as we were walking down. Stan medieval streets because this city is like a city frozen in time within its city walls. I mean, it's exactly the way it was during the time of the bubonic plague, I believe right, and so they have these little cutouts in houses. We're like, what are those, and she's like, Well, that is where you would knock and the residents would serve the wine. That was a thing. Wine was a universal human rights in Italy back in the day when they were trying to get through that playing well. Now these wine windows air, actually making a comeback. A lot of restaurants and bars are using them again because of Corona virus, and it's a great way to Show up with an empty bottle. Have someone's hand pop out of the wine window and Philip your bottle with Savino. They're also doing gelato this way and coffee this way, and the pictures are fantastic. I wish we had some around here. We do need to get some around here. So how can we make this a thing? Say in Potomac or Great falls, or perhaps maybe out in Lorton? How could we make this a thing? Now? What could argue Toby that in medieval times they were the ones who originated the drive thru because it is like a medieval drive thru window except you're walking by. I just love the fact that back in medieval times to get through a plague. Everybody came together and served wine to anyone who needed it. All you had to do was knock. See even back then fermented grape juice helped people get through a pandemic, just like it is right now. And so if there's anybody who's had any feelings of guilt, because maybe they've over, indulged a bit too much while in the middle of a zoom meeting, and maybe they've had friends call you out on your consumption of said wine remind them that generations ago in the Tuscan region of Italy People used wine to get through these unprecedented times. A past is indeed a prologue

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"Enriching Environment and I got a lot of career development interview practice from there and then so maybe a disadvantage with the support like the moral support, but technically building the skills. I think there's a lot out there and the people who are putting in the work can definitely develop those skills but definitely felt. At a disadvantage with the community, and so how have you been able to start addressing that? For yourself now in your your new role, because now you're fulltime employees, you think we had several internship experiences you've gone through a degree program in you've you've had to navigate all this and now you've emerged successfully and you're starting your career. So what are some things that you're keeping in mind whether it be combating disadvantages or to ensure that you don't encounter them in and? Block and tackle them from from happening in the first place. What does that look like for you kind of keeping in mind what I saw in my career development in college and growing up I like to try whenever I do see someone especially women who are remotely interested like, Hey, there's so many opportunities and they not. They're not always right in front of your face, but there's a big huge support system. You just have to find your people also on my show media platforms I'm not like. Influence or anything but anytime, I do see any kind of support for women in Stem I. Follow those accounts re post their stories and share their stories to just keep spreading that two people who follow me people who don't follow me. Spreading and spreading awareness whichever way can. Save. Thank you so much for taking the time out today to to speak with me and to share your experience and these wise words and encouragement for other young ladies who are looking to follow in your footsteps. So really appreciate that she do and would love to have you back if you're willing. Thank you so much for having me I. Really appreciate you. Absolutely, and for those listening we look forward to senior back soon. Technically two hundred podcast is hosted by me. Mat Stevenson. Production is handled by Norio. Aurelio. Our theme music is produced and edited by DJ flights..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"So UTSA I was actually tutoring people in the cyber security lab, and then also I was a distinguished business student at UTSA and I would talk on panels about my internship experiences just word. Of, mouth from my classmates and as I got older too it was mostly in the lab that I did a lot of mentoring and then even actually today I just started at north of Bremen fulltime but I was just an intern here two months ago, and so I was still able to help even north permanent interns kind of navigate the feelings of imposter syndrome uncertainty. Am I supposed to be here and so I'm very thankful for the people of helped me and I'm very thankful that I get the opportunity to. Share my knowledge I. Don't I'm by no means an expert, but I've just picked up things along the way that have helped me, and so I want to be able to share that with people who younger people who might feel the same way. One thing that I've I've heard in the computer science space oftentimes is that it's America Chrissy. And so I would love to get your take on as a woman of color whether you would agree with that statement on a side note, I've heard meritocracy too but I'm not exactly sure. What. That means Osha. Sure. So by meritocracy that you will only advance or excel or gain recognition because of what you've actually done not because of who you know where your connections or any other non achievement based reason basically. Sell literally your a is indistinguishable from my a is an indistinguishable from the next day based solely on achievements. I mean I think that's a good thing to Stri fours like still having that back up to this is what I've done. But whether it's those relationships you build in that character, you build that rapport built with other people definitely place real. It's your ability to solve problems sometimes like for example to. College graduates someone who has a four point Oh and someone who maybe has a three point O. but they tutored they've done internships they've volunteered they've built things created things on the side. It's kind of like, Oh, and those people have gone out and built relationships with people in the industry I don't think treatments alone can help you get where you want to be i. think that you also have to build relationships. Do you feel like you've been at a disadvantage as a as a black woman in Tech I've definitely felt underrepresented even in my classes being the only girl being the only woman of color. You said did I. Feel under report even say Europe Senate. Disadvantage this and disadvantage. I would say so but it's hard because I went to grace hopper. Have you heard of grace hopper? It's so I got a scholarship to go to grace hopper you. What Grace Hopper's? Grace. Hopper is the largest gathering of women in technology. So there is twenty thousand people there. And to every every man that was like one hundred women, and so it's kind of like the tables were turned. It was a very productive..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"My cybersecurity classes I thought that at my internship at Dell I thought that at my lab job at the CYBERSECURITY lab. Even currently but just reminding myself of what I wanted to do with my life reminding myself of all the research, all the work. I've put in all the content that I've created and the problems that I have helped solved is a good reminder something I look back to to see. Yeah, I know I'm doing this I. Know I'm here and I'm wearing to be or there other ways that you you are able to summon that strength so that you're reminded you are where you're supposed to be. So in those times of uncertainty and when I do have to make a new decision or Make a new move in my career. I always think of what's the best that can happen once the worst that can happen and considering all the possibilities. Asking me questions as I can. But just understanding that failures. Okay. As long as you learn from it. and. Just know that regardless of any outcome I'm still going to be thriving human being afterwards. Is Really helpful kind of thing I tell myself so that I can still be human and still experience my life and learn that come from I mean it was that something that was that you when you look back at how you grew that your your family and still that in you was it a mentor along the way? So I had I say dysfunctional but supportive family that even though we didn't really know what was going on all the time my parents still very supportive and told us to be tough get through it. We can get through it. You can always get through anything. and then mentor I had a really good mentor that I met FA and. She also inviting my mentor at my first internship at Dell Her name was Jessica and she was very amazing. She gave me really good advice for interviewing and even with my career today. She's always someone that I can still call whenever I have questions and or I need some encouragement and we keep saying sf`er can you tell us what things? As, as Stephen, F. Austin State University in Small Nacogdoches Texas Oh so small Nacogdoches Texas So that's great that you you had that mentor especially since it translated from your time and under grabbed and then even into your internship, and so I wonder at this point have you had an opportunity to mentor others yourself? Yes..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"That I know windows defender I think the firewall already comes on the computers pretty good but. Just. To research what's happening, what are the current threats not just on a super big level like with the military and the world, but even more like everyday stuff. There's a social engineering podcast I like called packing humans. That talks more about kind of stuff that can happen with you in me like people and then on top of the stuff that lake the how the military brought down an entire. Nuclear Plant. On the other side of the world, the cyber wire are all great resources listening to news about what new exploits, what new vulnerabilities are out there because there are some very intelligent people in the world that are constantly looking for loopholes and ways to exploit things, and they're being successful and so. Part of what I do also. Figuring, out what a tax what born abilities could be. So weakened solve future problems as well in detect problems earlier on before they get bad. So they're breaches all the time. Or, maybe, not all the time there there there are breaches. would. You say that the work that you do and? Northrop. Grumman. And other companies like this have saved us by and large from potential attacks. I say. So we'll. So let me ask you question because you you something that you said also reminds me of this movie I don't know if you're a fan of eighties movies And so from New York and we have picks eleven so channel eleven and. Saturday afternoon there was a there was a movie at one o'clock and there was a movie three o'clock. And I watch both of them. I watched a lot of TV. But they would always there was just probably like a good sleep like fifteen twenty, eighty s movies that they would play all the time in one of them was real genius. Have you ever heard of that movie? Real genius do you know who val kilmer's?.

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"Let me ask you what was it about cybersecurity from that person who you met and told you about this as an as an opportunity what was it about cybersecurity that really piqued your interest? That's a great question because I love the way that she presented it. She is a very spiritual peaceful wanting to help the world become a better place person and she talked about cyber security as away like it's in technology but it also has a human aspect to it like a helping aspect to it, and so what kind of lead me down this path rather than a computer science path, which is nothing wrong with computer science path. But what I like to cybersecurity was that it's just something that's really prevalent in it's something that affects everyone whether they have a cell phone whether they want to or not it affects them, and so me wanting to be kind of more. Philanthropic giving back. I was like this is a great opportunity to like still be technical and still like make a difference I feel like. So she's she presented that front and I really resonated with that and so that led me more down a cyber to learn cybersecurity as well. See I I. Don't think most people think of philanthropy or civic engagement when you think about technology or about computer science but it seems like this is pretty central to your interests in the field. Yes. Yes and so when I go into work, it's complicated stuff and it's very very detailed like the people who use it and for the reasons you use it in the past there was a big thing called stuxnet were someone released this computer worm. To bring down entire nuclear weapon plant in Iran and that's a big example but stuff from that to using cybersecurity to block phishing emails on your computer so that they don't get into your computer and get all your banking information, steal all your money. That's happened way too many times. People's financial stuff getting tacked into. So yeah, I feel like it's not a problem for people. It's not a problem for businesses. There's this means that goes around Lincoln that says. The budget before the breach and it's like pennies and the budget after the breach in a big stack of cash. So it's Kinda hard and so that's why I like the awareness aspect of it too. If people understand what the threats are out there, they can prepare for that rather than it blindsiding them, and then having spend more money than having to delete their counts, reset their passwords tried to call the banks to get their money back. So that's kind of how I think about it and so in delving into cyber security and this work that you. Can you talk to me about how it's impacted how you approach your everyday life? Not even just technology but and you can talk about technology because I'm sure that there are other things that I should not be doing that I'd love to hear from you. So, I've already taken care of the tick tock deletion but how how is that? Just, your knowledge of Information System cybersecurity impacted how you live your life is actually talking about it with my friends today 'cause I woke up this morning. There is two charges on my account from another state another country that hasn't even came in yet and it really made me think. Keeping your software up to date on your computer making less of an online footprint. Changing the settings, the security settings on your phone on your computer. Big. Often would you say at least once a month just ran a checkup a lot of stuff gets done in automatically on your computer and they'll just send you messages. Something good I downloaded lifelock today by Norton security so that they can keep track of everything that's going on on my computer..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"Security My Freshman Year of college I thought I wanted to be an accountant because I thought I would not be poor if I had a career managing money. But I quickly learned that Really, like this and I want to do I think there's definitely something I can do that I liked that I'm interested in that can also allow me to provide for myself in the future. So I really like computers My mom worked in education all my life and I would always go to the school. She was working at after school and get on the computer and play around with Microsoft powerpoint and Microsoft word making little about me presentations and so I was thinking I had those thoughts when ever I was going through this experience of other really like this. But what do I want to do and I was like always like computer? So what is available in computers and because of iron already taken a bunch of business classes? Computer Information Systems came up computer information systems is basically managing and creating computer programs to maximize businesses after I switched into that. That's when I started hearing more about cybersecurity ESA face program at the time they're like, yeah, that is something we see ourselves doing maybe in the next two years I was like long sister graduate in two years what what other options and so after looking around some wanting to stay in Texas I saw utsa actually in. Two thousand sixteen seventeen their cybersecurity program was ranked number one of the nation and so it sounded like they had a pretty good footing for their program and there was a lot of opportunity available there and my cousin went there. She's my favorite So that's when I transferred Tsa, and then that's when I started setting cybersecurity. A person I met at SFA was also in cybersecurity working Austin. I heard about cybersecurity from her I when I was And I was like that sounds really cool and then when I talked to the computer science. Department at SAF a about like, yeah. That's when we want to go in the next two years or so and so after I got into classes at Utsa I got a job at the cyber security lab I started doing research with professor that led me to getting my first. At Dell as cyber security analyst, and then more connections they're going to conferences..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"I'll send out my the source I saw from it. So, if we have to talk on her phone, we've all done our. There's so much stuff happening in the background when you open up the APP. So it's collecting a lot of data and it's not really regulated the same because it's Chinese developers created it. So it's just the regulations aren't the same. So okay. So if I deleted it and no longer open it than. Good going forward. Well. Based off of what they already did. Because I don't know if you know all the time that whenever you accept the terms of the agreements and then you accept it to get access to your camera to your microphone. So lots of stuff was going on in the background while you're just scrolling through watching videos. So that's great. Sad in. For me personally I did have it I deleted it, but I've noticed an increase in. Like the amount of text messages, I get from just random numbers, random links, they're all fishing links. In the same with phone calls that's why I've I've started to are you kidding me that is? A. Man. I was just trying to understand why the you know. I'm just trying to say relevant our students they like to talk. So I just I'm learning a lot. Okay. So first thing listeners delete tiktok would you we can go out and say that they'll look TIKTOK man that's. Ooh, we gotta make sure this episode gets out like quick fast and in a hurry. Okay. So that's the first thing we're learning a lot second thing well I before we get to the second thing. So living off the grid you said is no technology so we're talking about. You know like the Amish for example, they that is living off the grid. I read a really good book. One time Some people go as far as like not using anything electronically. So I know sometimes I read this book about this guy who ends go live in this amish community and they didn't have microwaves, stoves, ovens which. I. Don't know how I feel about that. Not having a refrigerator but living off the grid is definitely maybe not having Internet access and then the guy who tried it for six or eight months or so he then changed the way he approached technology and his relationship with technology. So he would still need to know use email and telephone. So he would have like a house phone or he would go down to the local library. To access email there and not have it like in his household so I mean you've now been in the cyber security or at least cybersystems space since college right? Yes. Was the first time that you wrote a line of code elaborate my first line of code in two thousand and sixteen when I was back at US FA and it was the basic hello world. Okay. So four years ago. For years ago. Okay. I was thinking that you've been coating for a long time and this was just natural to you. Probably using computers I would say I'm computer savvy but when it comes to computer programming that is something more recent. So tell me how did you get here today being a cyber systems engineer yet for years ago that's when you wrote your first line of code because I. Think most people would have assumed that being an engineer being in the cyber systems or cyber security space that this had been something maybe you've been doing since high school or even before. I'll start from college because that's when I really made the shift actually even well into college it was in two thousand seventeen. When I transferred to TSA TO START STUDYING CYBER..

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"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"siennas" Discussed on Technically 200

"How are you? Pretty well, thank you. Yeah wonderful. Is a recent graduate. UTSA. Is the University of Texas at San Antonio where she was a major in Cybersecurity, and now you are an associates cyber systems engineer at Northrop Grumman is that right? Yes? Yes. That's correct that that is a mouthful. What do you do at north of Graham in I am working in the cyber survivability unit and we are creating software to solve problems the most prevalent problems for our customers regarding the World of cyberspace. Right. Okay. I what is north of Groman actually because? I've seen. Northrop. Grumman on some trucks but I know very little about the company itself. So, Northrop Grumman is. Global Aerospace in Defense Technology Company they have about ninety thousand employees and they're one of the world's largest manufacturers of military technology. Oh okay. All right and so so the work that you do, it's literally on military would weaponry defense systems. Software hardware different kinds of radar sensor north of Bremen develops a wide variety of capabilities and I specifically work in Cyber. Okay and so you'd mentioned customers before. So I'm assuming that the customers are exclusively governments is that right? variety, but mostly mostly mostly government. Okay. Gotcha. because this is this is industrial grade. This is not like Matt's going to call up north of Groman and ask for you know some home defense. Systems. Yes it's mostly. Federal Contracts Gotcha wonderful. I mean I know that there's only so much that you can say, right the ad guests I guess north of Brown's customers are like. The army military units I know they were with like the NASA they work with like. The research institutes. Okay. Gotcha, and so the work that you do I mean, why does it even matter I mean i. Guess one would say, well, we're talking about the army so I mean, what do you think but how how would you say your your daily work even impacts the average person So the work were doing daily has impact on maybe not really an individual but as a country. We're protecting. The country from. Domestic international threat in. Cyberspace. And making sure that we're keeping the grid safe keeping the network safekeeping businesses safe all over. One thing that you you mentioned and I always i. find it interesting. I think it conjures an image when I hear it but I I was here about people. Wanting to live off the grid or they're living off the grid I think people say it pretty flippantly. But what would that even mean to live off of the grid because I thought about that like, oh, living a more low key life living off the grid to me, and I think people would be would agree with this is like probably not having technology like your phone, your computer it's stores so much information so much data about you and it's easily hackel. Just. People using TIKTOK recently? They've discovered someone reverse engineer it and found out that it's actually malware and..

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Can trees talk

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Can trees talk

"Alexia Constantino and Katie McMahon both work at the smart lab at the University of British Columbia in Canada the smart lab is a diverse group of students who study how trees and soil are connected to the ecosystem Alexia studies how forest harvesting affects wildlife and Katie studies the way. The Food Forest Web recovers after mining, Alexia, Constantino and Katie McMahon. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for having us. Yes thanks very much for having gone. I'm really looking forward to the show. Yeah me too, and so kids. If you have questions we would love for you to call now, or you can send an email to questions at, but why kids dot. Org let's dive right into the questions and we're GONNA. Start with some basics here and then I really WanNa. Get into later on a little bit more about tree communication, which is one of the things that this lab specializes in, but let's start with this question from Lucy. I'm from? Connecticut in I. WanNa Know House cleese quo. We had another question from a four year old in Bristol. Who wanted to know the same thing so Kadian Alexia? Which one of you wants to tackle, just the basics of how trees grow. Katie year I can take that first one so just like humans trees need food and water to grow but they get this there this food and water in quite a different way than we do. So trees and plants are really incredible in that they can actually get their food from the sunlight. So this process is called photosynthesis, and it's really amazing. The trees can take energy from the sunlight and just using water and carbon dioxide, rich, a molecule floating around in the air. They can create energy. On so far this energy that forms of sugars which contain. Carbon. and so that's how they get their main energy for Brawley, but then the water of course comes from the soil. So, they can take the water from the soil, using their roots, and they also get other nutrients and vitamins from the soil as well. We'll. Let's go a little bit deeper into that with a couple of other questions. We have because you were just talking Katie. About some of the The things that a treat needs like water, and it also needs oxygen and sunlight, so here's a question from Sienna I'm eleven use old. Alvin Davis, California and my question is do trees breathe, and if they do where they breathe from all right, and before you get to that, here are two more questions, hello, my name is Luna and I am seven years old. I live in Oregon. My question is how do you choose? Give us oxygen. Hi, my name Rayvey I'm seven years old. I'm from London, and my question is how you treat bay coke should. We also got a question from ranch lives in the United Kingdom with the same question, so talk talk to us a little bit more about oxygen and the role of oxygen for trees in how they breathe, and in how we breathe. Share so you can almost think of trees as breathing backwards from us so when we take a breath in We're? We're breathing in air and we're really were taking oxygen out of it. That's what we need to breathe. And then when we x hell outcomes, the carbon dioxide, and so trees actually kind of do this in reverse So you mentioned earlier that when they do photosynthesis, they're taking the carbon dioxide out of the air and using. Their sugars energy. but then. Whence that sugars in the tree gets used up. Then that when it uses up that carbon, it actually produces oxygen, and that is released back out into the air. For us to breathe as humans And spent I think one of the question mentioned Where does that happen in so the the The air actually goes into the trees through. little pores in the leaves. Are the needles called still matter and so that's where the air comes in when they're when the leads, the needles are doing photosynthesis. Do we call it breathing I? Mean would you say that trees breathe? You know that's an interesting question People feel strongly about whether you can apply thirty human centered words to trees. I'm sure we'll get to this later today when we're talking about these communicating whether trees could talk, or only humans can talk, and so I put this in the same category The air is going in and out of trees in there using. Using carbon from it and putting oxygen back into, it so whether you want to call that breathing. Is the the scientific words, photosynthesis and respiration I. Guess Out for debate.

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"siennas" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"It's called the Vienna Glenn Chardonnay Twenty eighteen vintage. And it's just a nice little chardonnay your your typical inexpensive Chardonnay though because aldis is a contract of a wine. It's it's the store brand. They go to a company and that the company they went to Jose Winery out of Mendocino. You've heard seeing their winds before they know how to make wine. So that's a good thing they they they make good one they make good wine in the lower lower price range to with upper more expensive wines and like when a couple like Aldy ghosts in these people they pay upfront they negotiate. I want this this wine. I wanted to do this and that I want to come in at this price. And when they get to their And when the wine is produced in it's ready ready to be shipped. They pay they pay down the price and they take possession of it and then goes in the warehouse not to the stores were wineries. He's when they do their own wines. Do their own while Wednesday send to the retail brands. Those winds they don't get back right away they get back As the wind sells tells the distributors and everybody across the country pays them in in in stages so it might take a full year more for them to get their our money back. So it's a good deal for them to sell these winds to the stores they want to do it. it's cash keeps a cash flow going and and You know and and all these doesn't sell retail brands so they're not competing with their own wine so it's a good deal for them and so the six ninety nine chard jarred name You know if it were in a store it would be more expensive because all these is getting a cash price upfront. Front Their savings there because they're not doing advertising. They're not they're not doing marketing. There's a savings there. Since they don't need all the distribution bution costs are just basically shipping and warehousing. You don't have a whole fleet of salespeople out in the street trying to get you to buy it all these. Does that all in house now. They don't try right to hire they. Put It on a shelf and hope you buy so Never know exactly how much of the savings they're passing onto the customer but it could be. You know several dollars depending on the situation so this sixty-nine wine bike be if it were in a store. Closer to ten dollars somewhere maybe nine dollars that way so six dollars ninety nine cents. Isn't you know you're getting a bargain. The deal is you don't know where it comes from. You don't know who's who made it you don't know too much about it. They don't give you technical notes but that's you know you'd give it a try. It's an expensive and that's where where it goes and so you know I didn't have too much. Say about the swine fruity. It's it's very fruit. Forward it's not sweet it's dry. It's got a lot of flavor. It's kind kind of one. Those chardonnays are Kinda jump out. Your glass has got a little bit of of a Nila. It's gotTa Lemons and apples and pears and peaches and you know there's You know some even dried banana bets and you know it's guys that think it's on lease and lease when they leave the yeast in there with the wind has ages. And can you get the salty nutty thing from that. So it's a nice example of a Chardonnay. I mean not. Everybody likes every Shard Navy. Chardonnay seems to be a little bit different than the next but for six ninety nine. It's a pretty decent little chardonnay and so then. What can you say about an inexpensive Chardonnay nowadays from California? It's got to be a good wine. But what are you going to say about it and I started thinking I was at a wine tasting About a month ago was a talion. Talion came through in the guy behind the Desk was Tell me this is their everyday wine as it was a ten twelve dollar wine at this this everyday wine it went. Well actually. AH IN ITALY IF you're drinking wine with lunch drinking a bottle of wine with dinner if you're having every day you're not paying ten dollars for a bottle of wine line are you. He goes well. No and I don't want to argue with the guy or anything I just went okay because that is something you you. Let's that's up to you gotta get in your head a little bit that when people from Europe France Spain Italy and every other country has a wine tradition when they have a bottle of wine with their lunch with their dinner. It's two or three euros. I mean they. Don't you know for the most part splurge splurge on wine for those settings. I mean there are some that do but ninety five percent of the people. Don't they're all buying the same kind of local wines. That are very good. You know the places where they microwave their meals. You know. They're not they're not Getting Mac and cheese out of the box some liquid no. This is kind of farm to market shopping shopping. You're going out that day getting some food spending a few hours on it and plead effort in a meal. You're not just going to pour any old nonsense into to your glass. You're getting a wine you'd like goes with what your meal is. And it's very expensive and I know states like now I mean first of all. We don't really eat that way Drinking at lunch kind of frowned upon but And the and are the way we price our wines a little bit different than they do in Europe us us. Oh snap the same thing but this six thousand nine Chardonnay is kind of what you should be drinking with your meals if you're going to have meals. Yeah Yeah you can go and spend a lot of money on it if you want to. But you don't need to and that's the kind of mindset you gotta get your head and once you figure out that inexpensive wines earns can be something that you would have with a meal that you spent time with and you're getting with family and friends and that a fifty dollar bottle. Wine isn't isn't necessary in the world is not do that and in the wine world just drinks these inexpensive wine. Usually the region word comes from if you love near the ocean. You're going to have winds do well with seafood. v Live near the L.. Someplace where they're going to have a little colder. There might in your having stews stews and that kind of stuff. You're going to have wine. That goes well with stews. Just the local wine in a dozen costs a lot of money so you can start thinking that seven dollars five dollars. I actually as the winds you can have with food and that kind of reorders your priorities when you go out to the store and buy wine now. Let's I'm not saying that there isn't great wines ends. That are more expensive than there are in there. I'm not saying that they're you know there's no reason to buy more expensive wines. 'cause he buy them. Because you want to be like I mean in they're funded under drink but if you understand that you don't have to that. A inexpensive wine is basically the wine that the world drinks every day for lunch for dinner on meals. They have spent a lot of time preparing with their family debt. Kind of changes your priorities. It's not not what it costs at what it tastes like. So don't think all I need to buy a fifteen dollar wine. 'cause fifteen dollar wines aren't anything there's there's Dick they could be a thousand different things. You WanNa wine. That tastes good. That's going to match your meal if you're GonNa do it that way if you're just drinking it for pleasure it doesn't have to cost ocelot of money. You can buy an expensive wine for pleasure. That's I like to do that too. But just remember the price of the wine does not dictate its quality or it's tastes and it just doesn't anymore actually. That is getting to the point. When I first started doing the website? You know ten eleven eleven years ago anything under ten bucks. It's like okay. I'm going in to cover me. I don't know I'm going to get out of here because half the time there was something wrong with the line is like Oh oh man and nowadays very very inexpensive and there is some. It's mostly not not even drink. It's not even just drinkable. It's kind of enjoyable. I mean it's like where does the wind go where Y is no good anymore and I know I've had winds that I didn't like and I've had winds plans have gone bad and bad wines. I don't think they had great quality control. And you know I think Two Buck Chuck you know some people love it and every once I get tend to have something wrong with them so I stay away from that kind of thing but because they make so much of it than they don't really pick and choose what goes into the wines that much but still there's still good winds out there that don't cost money. That are enjoyable that they're fun and they make sense when you spend more quite often. You're just doing it to spend more and that's not the smartest thing in the world by wine because it tastes good by wind because it's what it needs to be if it's a special occasion splurge you know if friends you haven't seen in ten years come over and you open up a great battle lines fine. But it's Tuesday used in. You're watching Netflix. A good inexpensive bottle is probably the thing and that's it for me. We're going to start Doing the holiday Eh. Party winds coming up This is probably GonNa be the last of the just the inexpensive chardonnays supermarket once. Everything's going to be bubbly and upscale L. and winds it should be upscale but are inexpensive. That's coming up so keep a cheap. I will talk to you in a day or two Audios.

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"siennas" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:00 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We bought a mountain number curious, and our modern Nissan's a ton of titans and ocean up Pacifica's and a siennas to mention a few cats and a couple of tornadoes. So no matter what you're selling carmax is buying and we'll buy your car, even if you don't buy ours carmax, we buy all the cars. Welcome back and thanks for sticking around today. This is retire financially fit with Phyllis. I am Jen Rezaq alongside Phyllis sacks pill, Venus, she's founder and president of ESPN associates and author of the bestselling book, creating calm amidst. The storm in our message today is all about planning. It doesn't matter if you're planning something as small as a child's birthday party or a baby shower, you will have a better outcome. If you spend some time planning and the same thing is true for retirement, the complicated thing, though, is so few of us have actually retired before we don't know how to go about the planning for it. So that's what Phyllis is here today. Talking about the basic components ever retirement plan. We talked about having an income plan. Cash flow is king and retirement. We talk about how you can build an income plan and a wealth management strategy because managing your wealth getting to and through retirement with. Part of your nest egg intact is not going to happen by accident. There are some other components as well and one of them. I want to get into in this segment Phyllis involves your tax plan because I just wonder how many people really understand when they look at the balance in their 4._0._1._K if they are happy that all of that is theirs. Or if they understand that as you say, we have a partner in this thing. Absolutely. This is why I call taxes the red headed stepchild because most people really don't necessarily. Maybe they in theory understand they know the taxes are coming. But they don't understand the true impact if they follow conventional wisdom and saved in pre-tax funds with all their working is pretext funds being with a as they put the money in. They got a tax write off they save money on their taxes. It grew tax deferred. But then Uncle Sam was not really your own goal is waiting to take his fish air later. So bottom line is if you've got a million bucks in your retirement account. You really don't have a million bucks because Uncle Sam is going to get his more than fair share many times unless you have a plant and of all the things that I've seen this is the area that. People most is right here. Now people have accountants they go to their accountant, they get their taxes prepared. They know what they're going to pay this year, but they don't know the future tax consequences more time than not part of our retire fit analysis is that plan showing you in advance the liability of the taxes that are gonna come do on your retirement accounts showing you the numbers real numbers verifiable. So that you could say this is something we really need to attack. Now versus later of a lot of people that we meet pay more taxes in their seventies than they did in their sixties because they ignored having a tax efficient strategy for pulling out this money in retirement, and we don't allow that to happen as part of the plan that huge huge huge savings. You money on taxes puts more money in your pocket. It's not how much you make. It's how much you get to keep and just these retirement accounts that Sheesh. Whoa. Whoa. You're young and working just seemed so wonderful not going to have to pay taxes on this on this IRA money that I'm putting in. I'm going to get a tax write off. I'm saving, that's terrific. But they can turn out to be taxed bombs later in retirement, just to give you some, you know, some feedback on that. When you start to take out your required. Minimum distribution. You have to take that out at seventy and a half. You have to the government requires you to do that. Otherwise, they assess a penalty they have a calculation for your required. Minimum distribution starts at seventy and a half. And if you don't take that money out and pay taxes on it. They impose a penalty fifty percent on that money your money fifty five. Oh five. Oh. So at some point. You're going to pay the piper. And whenever you take money out of that retirement account that money is all tax at your highest marginal tax rate. So if you're in a twenty four percent tax bracket every penny of that money coming up going to be taxed at twenty four percent. Your hard earned money. Okay. Just to give you an example. A lotta times pulling out that money is going to cause what we refer to as a double taxation on your social security that money raises, your provisional income how much income you make obviously if you're pulling it out of your retirement account, and therefore it raises how much of your social security is being taxed so that causes more taxes there that extra income coming from your required. Minimum distribution potentially raises the tax on your capital gains can put you in another category for capital gains tax. This is the only account these. Pre-tax retirement accounts, the only account in the internal revenue code that require you to take out money at a certain age. You must take money out of this account. Whether you want to or not, and it is probably the worst account in the tax code for inheritance, passing on these retirement accounts can be a huge, tax liability to your beneficiaries. Now. Here's a scenario that I see all the time. One of the reasons why so many people are concerned about outliving their money is something that they never considered in their planning is what happens when one spouse dies. Right. Most people don't realize if here's what I hear often lovely couples come into my office and the both concerned about at the death of each other that the other ones taking care of and most of their money's in pre-tax accounts. And I'm thinking what a nice I could just see his face lovely client lovely couple client of my husband, just adores his wife, and he's got a million dollars in retirement accounts. And he says to me I'm really not worried about what's going to happen to my wife because I got a million dollars here. Something happens to be. Yes, I know her lower social security goes away. But I got a million dollars here to take care of her. I'm so happy that we did that saving, but I have to point out to him and show him is, you know, if she inherits this this retirement account, all pretexts money, she's going to get hammered in taxes as a single tax payer. A married. Couple has the most favorable tax rates in the cold. A single person gets hammered. So this retirement account that he's leaving for her is going to cause huge amount of taxes. So most people think at the first death, the bills go down, and even though you lose a smaller social security. It's not a big deal because the bills go down. Well, I'm here to tell you they probably don't because of taxes. You lose a deduction at the first and you're in a single taxpayer and you're paying a higher percentage on your taxes. Huge huge huge great reason to come in for retire fit analysis. Maybe you've got that income plan bringing in we'll review it will make sure it's inflation adjusted. Maybe you've got that re- that wealth strategy that that segregates your money between emergency funds income money, short-term income long-term homerun money money for the long term way down the road. But if you don't have that. Tax strategy. None of that really matters. You can give it back to Sam unnecessarily. We will lay out for you in real numbers. What's your potential future, tax liability is for you? If you're married as a couple, and then if something happens to one or the other, and when you see the numbers, you'll realize that you probably want to do some planning you hadn't thought about, and that's a really important piece of the puzzle remembered, not how much you make. It's how much you keep. Let's get a look at this. Let's go through the retire fit analysis. So you're proactive not reactive..

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"siennas" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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