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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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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:53 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I'm really excited to see the film with an audience and you know just getting to see. The film completed a really awesome enough even without an audience. But it's going to be especially great to see it with some people and on the big screen. And i'm really proud of the work i did on this film and i don't know when everyone else is going to get to see it. You know it's currently doing the festival rounds. And i'm sure they're working on trying to get distribution and all that once i do know you'll find out but also once it's out there For the rest of the world to see. I've completed work on turning the score into a soundtrack album and that will be one of my future albums. It will eventually come out as its own standalone. Release and i'm going to close this out with a piece of music from that. How about the This is a piece of music from the film score. It's called visions of us is. The name of the track comes somewhere towards the middle of the film Just as things are starting to fall apart for our main character. But i'm not going to give away any spoilers of course When the movie comes out you will see it. And maybe we'll talk about it here on the show but Yeah so this is from inexistent. Which if you're in las vegas and you're hearing this on the friday that it comes out. You should come to the film festival. Las vegas premiere film festival. It's this saturday at twelve thirty in the afternoon. But if not just enjoy the track. We'll be back with more piecing together coming real soon. is All points west production. Produced by. David rosen in las vegas..

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Said he basically almost gave up filmmaking during the and like the quote in the headline was it was a very existential ear. And that's a really existential. Yeah you know like like Yeah it sucks to lose but it can kinda suck to succeed. What's it all mean. show you seen. You might be like right on the money like that might have grown out of. Because i just. I need to read that article but i was just saying he kinda was ready to give up filmmaking a parallel in his own career. There i i have to assume. I'm not a filmmaker. I compose music for film. But i have to assume that after making a film but then do do very strange circumstances like a pandemic having six months to sit and tinker with it must make you hate the process of making so much. I just can't imagine that being a positive experience. I mean for me it was. I think for me was more positive because i had two short films. A i've been in post production help for so on. Yeah just having some time off from the world just with them and figure out. I was able to get them done. Yeah that's good positive awesome. Well yeah this is great guys. Thank you so much for joining me to talk about the green knight in. What do you tell people where they can find you. And your work My websites Broken telegraph dot com. And then you know it will leak out to my first film from the sky and arabic language film about essentially the war on terror in the middle east and drone strikes and all that kind of stuff it also has a link to The devil needs a fix all of for free on video and when action news which was a zero budget satirical web series that we did during the pandemic but yeah. That's probably the best spot. Broken telegraph lead. Everybody to all the links. Awesome encina where we find you. I post pretty much online work on my website. The lady dot com. that's i n. A. d. o. l. a. t. i dot com. And also i try to stay engaged on my instagram. Which is also my name. Seen ability and then underscores colletti underscore try to share. Like you know. Resources are going to start doing some article writing as well Yeah my love said to him and love is also available on youtube on my website there is a become nail. The film nbc. You felt that perfect well guys thank you again so much and if either of you ever want to come back and join me for another episode. I'd love to have you back sometime cool. Thank you david. It was really fun to talk to you. Too and.

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Those one character if you look at the alice in wonderland mcqueen has one character degree night. N- looks like ninety percent laker and that's why they remind me of that movie. I don't know if it was a direct reference Yeah not sure the character named but but yeah every everything all the choices. As far as like a design aesthetics are concerned they all live like just to the right or to the left of normal or of realistic or of like what you would expect it to look like and definitely takes a lot of a lot of those big chances. Like tim burton thing would and the void i actually haven't seen but i've heard great things about and i know it's supposed to be a really imaginative piece of horror. Yeah it's it's definitely very cool in terms of stylistically. It's very ordinary story. Yeah well i'll go to my last piece which i kind of just goes right along with those two. Honestly that's the work of gilmore. Del toro specifically pan's labyrinth but really across his entire career. A lot of his. You know again kind of like with. Tim burton these like big choices that they they land kind of near reality but off a little bit from that and then of course especially once we start get into creature design. The green knight himself is just. You know absolutely awesome looking and a lot of the other. You know the fox. We talked about The giants are just really really cool. Creations i was also thinking about bringing up blade runner. Twenty forty nine for some of those shots of the giants. Just kind of reminded me of that. I know exactly yeah. That's that's totally. Yeah but yeah. I mean they just go all in and huge on on design design. Is i think the key idea. Like probably i would have to imagine. David lowery's initial desire. Tell the story is to go. Big on the design choices do we do. We know agree about like the green knight. The sound design around his opening scene. The way they bring him into that chamber is in ending. The app is really incredible Was that one hundred percent practical. Today's soup that up with the exit. All that's a good question. And i i don't know the interesting. I don't know if you happen to know. I thought it was practically done just at a gut level. It looks like it. Yeah but i don't know but it was really it was really really impressive. Thing is when it's done well any an post invisible hard to tell. Yeah absolutely well. Yeah i think. I think that does as far as puzzle pieces. I'm just going read down the list. Real quick everything we just talked about. And then we'll get into some closing thoughts here. Of course we got some twenty four things in there. We talked about the witch to started off We also talked about how the bald gretel in. Hansel don quixote the odyssey mid some are the revenue in the band. Husky rescue The void allison wonderland the films of guillermo. Del toro and we squeeze blade runner. Twenty forty nine and there as well of course thirty things run through all of this as well but the three of us are not experts in in those particular kinds of movies. But they're in there of course and there's lots of it. I i did happen to see an interview with david lowery. Where he talked about willow actually as a big influence on this which i haven't.

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"What with the pandemic and everything but is this something. You've been kinda waiting for no okay. And i'm so ashamed to say that because It's i won't telegraph where i'm going on the on the film and we'll talk about it but It's exactly the kind of film that i would have anticipated another producer on my upcoming short chris. Graham loves david lowry the director and was a are. You basically asked me this question. Are you get out as what. What film right rector and you could just hear. The lake disappointed silence on the other end of the line. Where he's like Dave lowry so. I'm a i guess. Even worse than with vr anecdote like coming in like really really pedestrian. It's okay to be a busy guy. You don't always catch these things at a time. You know well and now having seen it like you. I'm like okay. I see what people. I see where this intimated but we'll get into that absolutely what about. Ucla it actually was the time when they announced it. I I don't know how familiar you guys Just the general eight twenty four films. I'm over here. Saw the baseba grew by any chance to eight twenty four. Yeah which is. Actually based in las vegas surprising. Okay i at some point. I joined that group Are asked her movies or around. What's the guy the guy who made the lighthouse his name Robert eggers. Whereas the i i i i really like the movie saw my. Let me just join this. Eight twenty four and then there is so many people possessing over any eight hundred four movie. So i was kinda but i will say this. I will like generally. Don't try not to watch trailers. If i know i'm definitely gonna watch movie so i didn't even go into knowing much about it and anything that's a medieval themed in any way so so far from my you know this knowledge taste in movies as different sort of fell so you might get that sense than mine too. But i was gonna say like. That's a really good setup. But david gonna don't me take the host mike from you but no no go ahead like we can't. We can't sidestep e. to four much longer. Like i feel like our puzzle. Pieces are gonna run pretty hot and heavy in a two four l. Short at least mine. Were i was Because of the the the examples came really quick. And then after that. I'm like i got a couple more but anyway at like it's very easy to four film it is..

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:32 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"What with the pandemic and everything but is this something. You've been kinda waiting for no okay. And i'm so ashamed to say that because It's you know. I won't telegraph where i'm going on the on the film and we'll talk about it but It's exactly the kind of film that i would have anticipated another producer on my upcoming short chris. Graham loves david lowry the director and was a are. You basically asked me this question. Are you get this out as what what film right rector and you could just hear. The lake disappointed silence on the other end of the line. Where he's like Dave lowry so. I'm a i guess. Even worse than with vr anecdote like coming in like really really pedestrian on this. It's okay to be a busy guy. You don't always catch these things at a time. You know well and now having seen it like you. I'm like okay. I see what people. I see where this intimated but we'll get into that absolutely what about. Ucla it actually was the time when they announced it. I I don't know how familiar you guys Just the general eight twenty four films. I'm over here. Saw the baseba grew by any chance to eight twenty four. Yeah which is. Actually based in las vegas surprising. Okay i at some point. I joined that group Are asked her movies or around. What's the guy the guy who made the lighthouse his name Robert eggers. Whereas the i i i i really like the movie saw my. Let me just join this. Eight twenty four and then there is so many people possessing over any eight hundred four movie. So i was kinda but i will say this. I will like generally. Don't try not to watch trailers. If i know i'm definitely gonna watch movie so i didn't even go into knowing much about it and anything that's a medieval themed in any way so so far from my you know this knowledge taste in movies as different sort of fell so you might get that sense than mine too. But i was gonna say like. That's a really good setup. But david gonna don't me take the host mike from you but no no go ahead like we can't. We can't sidestep a to four much longer. Like i feel like our puzzle. Pieces are gonna run pretty hot and heavy in a two four l. Short at least mine. Were i was Because of the the the examples came really quick. And then after that. I'm like i got a couple more but anyway at like it's very easy to four film it is..

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Not been but again my producer one of the producers on my coming short film. kelly is deep into vr. And we've got really close and so it was always kind of like inching closer and it was a really cool. I experience which is probably like kinda pathetic to admit but it was a cool i experience with. Vr and I don't know if all space is like You know that was the platform. I thought the whole thing was really kinda cool though but again i'm i'm relatively new going into it so i was a little surprised in the light. Like oh this is what it's about. Sure sure. Yeah actually thought it was kinda cool more to the pointless about the technology. I don't know it was kind of fun. Interacting differently. you know there's obviously like festivals that have been forced to go remote with cova yada yada but short one leans into it so Explicitly in has a different kind interaction. Just kind of felt nice. You know like of the moment although they're always leave hoping to you know it's been running since before the pandemic and will continue. After but it was it was nice to link congregate and hang out in this short. I liked it absolutely. What about using a. You're more involved with three sixty video you said and vr type stuff What what did you think of the fast. Yeah so Actually because of work do i own. vr search. and i. i've tried out some Out space events and whatnot So when i found out about the us. That's pretty cool that you know i might actually have the chance to have my work shown your meeting and yet you said you're based in la starring in vegas. Actually your vegas. i'm in. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. I'm in seattle. But seattle cast and crew or crew in that instance from no sorry cast and crew from la. Yeah how was the lockdown. Because i think it was made earth's but how was the lockdown around entry guys like were theaters opened at all or that was right when things are opening here. I think. I think the same is true for us and again you know about five minutes outside the city. We're in a little bit of a bubble where i work remotely. So i've been. I've been less finger on the pulse of open and close because our life kind of runs in this bubble anyway right but that was about when we started opening up as well. Okay 'cause i in toronto. We've basically at like complete la pounds since december until mid june and we had theaters open just about two three weeks ago so having a virtual event in the are may i was like the most exciting thing that was happening. They're really honestly wasn't any gone hunt So it was cool to be able to actually meet. People virtually invited a few friends. It was really cool. Yeah yeah yeah because that is. That's kind of the the thing that makes film festivals exciting. I mean the films are great. It's always great to discover new filmmakers and all that but as a filmmaker it's like you really wanna mingle and chat with people and you know the online film festival doesn't always have that opportunity but this in a unique way really does kind of bring that bass. Louis was the best that was the best time for a vr of say. Absolutely right so Yeah let's start talking about the green knight first question and then we'll start getting into some puzzle pieces but again. We'll start ian. Go to cnn here. But was this a big one on your must see list like as the obviously this is something that's been delayed for a long time..

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"The references we're pulling from and Yeah we shot it up in seattle with a local crew and some friends from l. a. And am glad to see still finding a life out there. Yeah that's awesome. I and i love getting puzzle pieces in an introduction of co host here on the show. That's That's fun that's a first introduce yourself to our listeners. Here so yeah. I'm ready and writer director from toronto. I sorta dabble in between narrative. Music videos started doing some commercial work and also Virtual reality which is which is funny. Because i was trying to submit a three sixty. Vr short film. I was searching for festival. Which is how i found cyber shorts festival for. Vr films. Turn out to be eh festival for you. Know two d. films in vr. sound like. Oh this is cool Submit my most recent short film that had short of Released terminal love at the time that that film we actually shot it and when he eighteen actually did a sort of a modest festival with it and then it was released in twenty twenty so when i found cyber shores thought it'd be sort of the last A little play out probably is already available online. Yeah but yeah the film is. It's a very simple to the storyline. A ten minute real time conversation between his boy and a girl and as we learn more about what they're talking about he learned adage you know going out for a while but it's not gonna work out and then there is a very tarantino esque at a twist at the end which i won't spoil for special audiences of this podcast for Yeah it sort of surreal romantic comedies. But i would call it and it was sort of Away honestly for way for me to sort of laughed You know my own insecurities at the time of like being young you know going through your first relationships and whatnot and I thought i'll just very simple scenario with a sort of a dark lens of a dark humor. Sure and yeah very cool you know before we get into the green knight. I do just want to ask you both quickly about the cyber shorts film festival and just for each of you. Just you know the whole process like you said you know it. Not actually being a vr vessel film festival in vr. I had a music video. They're they're not this past year but the year before and Certainly had a fun. Time is a very unique experience. So i was just wondering if each you could talk on that for For a minute in you i. yeah. I really enjoyed. I have to admit that like. Vr is not on my radar at all being the married guy with two kids. Your kids create the filter of what you have remaining time for..

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"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"sina" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"The references we're pulling from and Yeah we shot it up in seattle with a local crew and some friends from l. a. And am glad to see still finding a life out there. Yeah that's awesome. I and i love getting puzzle pieces in an introduction of co host here on the show. That's That's fun that's a first introduce yourself to our listeners. Here so yeah. I'm ready and writer director from toronto. I sorta dabble in between narrative. Music videos started doing some commercial work and also Virtual reality which is which is funny. Because i was trying to submit a three sixty. Vr short film. I was searching for festival. Which is how i found cyber shorts festival for. Vr films. Turn out to be eh festival for you. Know two d. films in vr. sound like. Oh this is cool. I'll submit my most recent short film that had short of Released terminal love at the time that that film we actually shot it and when he eighteen actually did a sort of a modest festival with it and then it was released in twenty twenty so when i found cyber shores thought it'd be sort of the last A little play out probably is already available online. Yeah but yeah the film is. It's a very simple to the storyline. A ten minute real time conversation between his boy and a girl and as we learn more about what they're talking about he learned adage you know going out for a while but it's not gonna work out and then there is a very tarantino esque at a twist at the end which i won't spoil for special audiences of this podcast for Yeah it sort of surreal romantic comedies. But i would call it and it was sort of Away honestly for way for me to sort of laughed You know my own insecurities at the time of like being young you know going through your first relationships and whatnot and I thought i'll just very simple scenario with a sort of a dark lens of a dark humor. Sure and yeah very cool you know before we get into the green knight. I do just want to ask you both quickly about the cyber shorts film festival and just for each of you. Just you know the whole process like you said you know it. Not actually being a vr vessel film festival in vr. I had a music video. They're they're not this past year but the year before and Certainly had a fun. Time is a very unique experience. So i was just wondering if each you could talk on that for For a minute in you i. yeah. I really enjoyed. I have to admit that like. Vr is not on my radar at all being the married guy with two kids. Your kids create the filter of what you have remaining time for..

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How to Get Rid of Pimples Before Any Important Day

Beauty IQ Uncensored

01:31 min | 7 months ago

How to Get Rid of Pimples Before Any Important Day

"We wanna talk to you real quickly today about covering up pimple when you got something important the next day whether it be dates a meeting an interview. Let's begin with a situation where you have a bit of time on your hands so you've got the pimple the night before you've got something important the next day what can you do that night to reduce the appearance of that pimple. Okay so the night before gives you a few more options than if he were up with the pimple on the day of but will discuss both situations so the night before you could use a spot treatment so it's about treatment will usually contain something like salicylic acid my have nice sina minding. They're both anti inflammatory and will help to heal the blemish. So alpha h have code clear skin blemish control jal near have one cold blemish control rapid relief that barth just liquidity spot treatments. You just pop it on the pimple and laid it dr apply at times in aurora because he will burn your skin off and that's gonna end up being a whole different scenarios. Sorry just be very careful with applying spot treatments but also pimple patches. I'm not sure if many men out that would have saved pimple patches yet. Kazan kind of relatively new. I guess in mainstream skin-care but we have a brand co 'cause rx and i have these pin patches that you can just pop over the spot it's like a physical patch seconds clear. He's pump that over it. And then you could go to bed wearing that and then wake up the next day take it off and it should be relatively flat so that will take away the techs jaw and like the angriness you get from

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Uri Bram on Being Remotely Functional

The Small Business Success Podcast

07:25 min | 10 months ago

Uri Bram on Being Remotely Functional

"One of the things. I'm always curious about is. When did you first notice you were growing beyond what you could manage like on your small team or as a solo preneurs for someone. When like when did you first notice. You're going to have to expand beyond that. I think that is a really interesting transition. Because i you know i sort of realized that i was at ninety percent capacity. I realized i was may be coming towards one hundred capacity. I realized that it was maybe two hundred and ten. Thank you know. I always took pride that. I on every email and whenever subscriber right to end i would go above and beyond try and look after them and make make make sure that they felt like a human. Was tuscany reading announcing dino and yet another thing about emails is the thing that it was just like going for other one of the other night. It never ends the nuclear inbox menu. Wake up in the morning and there's like another goodness. Oh i think we will traumatize and so i realized on the a little too late that it got out of control and the problem was the Big restructuring the has to happen between a sort of china and an organization. I mean the easiest part of it is just a you know we go from having all the knowledge and information about business in my head and i know edrich and i remember it thankfully at the time But no one else has any idea how anything so we started out as working with a few freelancers graphic design. Obviously that simple enough. You know you. Just say hey. We'd like this beautiful draw a picture. Thank you very much. And yeah i think at the moment when i realized we needed to expand into an organization and a team and it was already too late because it actually takes quite of work to then and make business legible. Which at that moment you longer have time to do. Because you're trying to do the work. That is something. I wish i'd started sina. So what would you say are some signs that solo per newer out there right now. Listening could see in their own business. And say i should be starting to think about that already. What should they be looking out of. They make that jump. It's a really great question. Obviously one of these things that it's always going to be a matter of discretion and you know sometimes people jumped to five people often higher too early on then w ovation so they can't fulfill in always Already challenge on the other side of me. I think that when you realize that you are doing tasks that don't really require your skillset so for me. It was realizing that a lot of the things i was doing. I enjoyed them. And i like them. Because i had gotten good at them. Actually it needs to be meeting them. It didn't really take expertise to the simplifies and i was procrastinating from the heart attacks by simple tasks what ingredients today with handoff. They simply tasks. But i think as set it is very hard. You have this vision of how well you do things right You think you're doing everything right and when you had something over. It's never going to be done the way you did it. Maybe it's going to be done better but you think it's done better. You think it's not quite right. I think at the moment. When i realized that yet these tasks within the business that i was during repeatedly and didn't require like you know my specific expertise at the moment that i think you start thinking. Hey can i organize the system. Either like to unite like sas has improved so much and has made. This is like aw possible like that. Identity can get handed like the right technology. And then others can be hindered Another member of the team. Yeah i definitely agree with that. It's so funny. Everything you just said was like a mirror from my one on one with my manager really liked to do are the things that probably you're going to have to let go of to keep expanding at least that's what she keeps telling me and i have found that she's been right every time she reminds me of that. But it's really tough to let go those things that you really like doing and i think you have a certain level of Confidence and excitement. Because you already like become an expert at those things that you should probably be delegating out to your point that maybe are not as much strategy but in the day to day but they're also hard because that's why you fell in love with the track. He did right because those are the things that you really enjoy in. That's how you kind of got into stuff so it's always interesting to me in the corporate world. You know you end up. Having to give those up in as a solo per newer. You probably have to give them up to in order to grow your business right I always say that like all business problems emotional problems and that's not actually true. Like many are not a lot of my are about me about my psychology about figuring out a way around myself and mike hangups and whatever it might be and i it's it's kind of funny to realize that the best thing you can do for your business unit realized realize have kiss reflection realized the things holding you back and just solving problems actually is really good for businesses. Well yeah buddy. Go things and not being a control freak. They're all things. I'm working on every day at. I feel like you're right. Those are those motions issues that could be holding you. Back is keeping hanging onto things a little too long. I do think you are right. That people sometimes higher too quickly. But i think what you're saying. You said a couple of things that really stand out to me before we move onto a new little section here. But you mentioned that one if you're realizing you're doing one hundred ten nine hundred fifty percent every day you know. You're probably starting to outgrow needing just yourself and the other thing was really about letting go some of those things that you really liked doing but you can't. You can't scale by doing those. Every day and focusing on things the areas you need to expand in so. I think both of those really stand out to me for someone who's out there. Sola preneurs right now feeling. Some of those things might be time to start making the plan. Oh that's the other thing you said that stood out to me so three things actually because we talked about by the time you need it. It's too late to make the plan because you're too busy so i think if you're a solo pure out there and you're feeling like you're overworked. Every day i mean every every silla preneurs going to feel that way but if it's getting excessive and if you're feeling like you know you are doing the day to day in it's just drowning you. It's definitely you might be already passed the time to make a plan. So are there any like where in your experience he said. You kind started the planning a little too late. So where do you think someone should start planning before. They feel like that like what what's their signed like. Hey start making span into a multi employee organization. Yeah i. I'm going to say that this is not actually a signal in itself but an example for me. That was really salient. Was when we started using helpdesks of. I used to get support just to my personal in box and way way way too late i set up proper support software just in modern held stuff and at first it wasn't such a big change. I i like. I was still dealing with emails. Am i was just doing it from a different client and then slowly you kind of learned over like tools within it and you're like oh i can do snippets and our hey. I can get reminded. An owner is actually like much better than for the main thing. Is that it. Lets you hand off smoothly like once. Stop ramp-up unanimous situation. If you want to bring someone new on board like you're working with a system that is built for that and the initial like transition tick a week way to But if i was doing that we transition in the middle of a crunch time. I would have been absolutely friday. Was only by during that transition in. Advance that unite. The whole thing seemed possible.

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An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

Latino Rebels Radio

03:39 min | 11 months ago

An Encyclopedia of Betrayal

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As COVID-19 ravages the world, closing the digital divide is more critical than ever

The 3:59

05:07 min | 1 year ago

As COVID-19 ravages the world, closing the digital divide is more critical than ever

"The digital divide continues to be. A massive problem made worse by the coronavirus. Pandemic things are especially bad in appalachia. I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge sina is once again taking a look at this problem. Our series crossing the broadband divide and story in the latest package. Takes a look at the unique problems in appalachia a region with some of these slowest access speeds and accordingly lows incomes in the country with us to talk about. This is editor. Ray hodge welcome. Ray hey roger how are you so to kick things off. He gives us a sense of how big the broadband gap problem is in this area. I loved do that if we could actually find that information out in an accurate way and see. That's the that's the core problem. Isn't it the the big core problem here is that we don't have a full and complete rendering of the map of this digital divide because for many years. Now our our mapping has focused on deployment and not speed or actual access so while we have information about what census tracts have at least one connected household in them. We don't actually know. How many houses in each one of these census tracts is connected end accessing broadband much less whether or not they're getting the speeds that we normally classified as high speed broadband right and so we are looking at numbers that are probably severely. Undercounted the sec report which came out last month said that the number of folks who don't have access to broadband when down to fourteen point five million from about eighteen million a year ago most broadband experts. I think almost all broadband experts including the federal government and folks on the fcc all agree that that number is probably dramatically low and undercounted And and there's been a lot of issues you pointed out with the data behind these broadband maps that the fcc charge of some changes coming and we'll talk about that later later in the but let's let's get back to your story because you take a look at the appalachian region specifically you grew up in kentucky. You still live near louisville this curious. What broadband access has been like for you your family and how. It's changed over the years so we were based out of eastern kentucky. My family was and we've moved away from there. So i'm i'm what you would call the gas for the appalachian diaspora but i didn't get Internet in central kentucky until the same year. We got city water. Run out to our place somewhere around nine hundred ninety eight something like that and even though of course it was it was screeching -ly slow. Pardon the the the dialup pun. But yeah it's been intermittent right so it's taken that long to get it and where i live now in louisville i've got one gig fibre pay around sixty dollars a month. Which is the national average but there are still people out in the areas. Where i used to live in where you know. It may cost him one hundred dollars a month to get dsl equivalent speeds. It's insane the disparity there but growing up with This sort of Slow crawl towards access. It's remarkable to see what progress has been made because there is some but it's incredibly frustrating to see that after decades. This is still happening. These these problems are still happening. You're still dealing with a basic infrastructure and speeds. That are nearly unusable when it comes to like that so you talked a bit about the map and faulty data behind that but what are some of the other issues that has made broadbent hard to come by in this region so we've got a constant narrative going on where it's always sort of presented as a problem with hilly terrain and were unable to run lines or the the issue is often kind of bought and sold by that narrative. And that's really that's only one small part of the equation right. It's not just about hilly terrain because we've been able to make all kinds of technological advancements in these areas all kinds of construction industries like the mining and coal industry have no problem navigating hilly terrain. So you know. Mountains are not necessarily the thing that is always stopping Companies running out there a lot of the times it has to do with the fact that When it comes to infrastructure it has to do with the fact that it's not as profitable for for companies to run lines out into rural areas right even though they may be picking up subsidies and there was some fraud that had gone on in different rural regions By companies historically who claim to have all these people connected and then didn't so that's one part of it the infrastructure politics behind that the other part of it is that there are two digital heights right. There's one which is i. Don't have the lines. I'm divided from my lines. The other one is. I'm divided from the ability to pay for it which is actually the bigger digital divide across rural and urban areas.

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How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:22 min | 1 year ago

How to Turn Your Instagram into a Money Making Machine with Zach Benson

"Zack say what's up to fire nation brother and share the interesting about yourself that most people don't new. Hey what's up. Everyone super excited to be here. So most people don't know that. I was actually adopted so i was born in south korea and then adopted by my parents in iowa so pretty much grew up in iowa. Lived there my whole life very interesting stuff my man and now you're over in korea as we speak which is cool that again. It sounds like you're in the next room via skype. So just lovely saaf even though it's four. Am your time and four pm my time so we are exactly twelve hours apart and fire nation. I'm gonna share a little more info about zach because we were actually just reminiscing about the old puerto rico a mastermind days back when we used to have a bunch of awesome people come and attend a great event and we had zaka speaker one year and he came and crushed it and then now we hit the casino afterwards and zach continued to crush it on the roulette wheel. I was playing a little blackjack. I looked up to some screaming over by the table. And you just hit your number right on top my man. That was pretty impressive. Yeah the good old days. Good times it was weird. Because i arrived at the airport and at that time. They had the roulette real as the baggage Low yeah so. I basically said all like okay. I'm gonna call my favorite number and it landed on my favorite number which is number five And then i put like all my money i guess. Or whatever on number five kazue's like to to a Closing we all this crazy. Red five further win. And i'll tell you what fire nation when you can call numbers on a roulette wheel at thirty seven to one. Odds are you're making thirty seven hundred dollars every dollar you put on. That's what you call them. Money making machine. But guess what zach knows how to turn your instagram into a money making machine so first and foremost listen. It's a new world that we live in so how realistic is zack. To make income from instagram lot of near exciting features have been rolling out on instagram. so it's it's really cool like before this I was actually just last week. Will actually last month. I've been in mal dev's entire month and some of the hotels that i've been sina costs over thirty forty thousand dollars a night. So not only. Do i get to travel the world for free and sale all these hotels immediately. Celebrities and say l. Tells that like will smith stays that but these hotels pay me to come and promote their hotels. And it's cool. So yeah i'm doing it. But then also a lot of brands and companies reporting a lot of money into influence marketing so influenced marketing is now fifteen billion dollar inch industry and more and more brands reporting a lot of money on instagram. Pain these instagram influencers to promote their products on their instagram vida walls because it drives traffic and it drives customers.

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Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

Women Worldwide

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Where Are the Good Guys in Business?

"Everyone. Welcome to another episode of women worldwide. Thank you so much for showing up for tuning in and we appreciate. How much sharing you're doing sharing the episodes and also letting us know how you're doing and how you feel because as you do we continue to deliver stories. The gas the inspiration motivation in the advice to help you so today's show is no different. Let's get right to it. The topic is men supporting women in the workplace. We're are the good guys in champions in the allies who were there to support and that is the perfect segue to my special guest today. And i say special guests because i have two guests joining me on the show. We have david. Smith and david is associate professor of sociology at the college of leadership ethics and at the us naval war college. And i think i might have mutilated that a little bit. So you can always crack me david and we have brad johnson who is a clinical psychologist of professor of psychology in the department of leadership ethics law at the united states naval academy and they are co authors. They i wrote a book called sina rising and now they've written a new book. It's called good. Guys how men can be better allies for women in the workplace david brad. Welcome to women. Worldwide's read to be here with you. Dear dre exterior Thanks for inviting us. Well my pleasure and what a topic to be talking about on women worldwide. We're thrilled that you wrote the book and before we get to good guys. Maybe you can each share how you've got to focusing on gender in the workplace in bringing men into extra david. Why don't you start us off certainly brandon. I taught together at the naval academy for almost eight years. And as you heard. I'm a sociologist. And i focus all of my research. We call the intersection of gender work and families looking at gender perspectives of work in careers and family interacts with that. In my good friend and colleague here dr brad. Johnson is a clinical psychologist. Whose done all of his research in the area of mentoring relationships. We found that together. We had a common interest in particular as we were looking at. How gender equity was playing out in a variety of different industries and professions including the ours around the military that that often these were conversations where there were more women and just not very many guys who were involved in these conversations in creating that equity in in really how men tuned out From the conversation the minute went something around gender or it was a women's leadership initiative. Whatever the case might have been the guys look at that in many cases that oh that's not for me. That's there's not a place for me there in so brad and i were really interested in learning more about how we get more men engaged in this conversation why they weren't engaging in this conversation because the way we are looking at it was women have advanced to a large degree in our organization today in senior leadership to probably about as far as they're gonna get without all of us really getting involved in really committing to creating this gender equity in the workplace and it was going to take men right because this is not just a women's issue. This is a leadership issue. So it's gonna take women and men to be involved in that and so that leads to our first. Our first collaboration excellent in brad. You wanna add anything to that from your perspective. You know i. i think there's also The personal case. For dave and i write so dave dave graduated from the naval academy here. And that's where he met his wife and and he got to see her go through the navy. He's as he stayed with his career. He sees her facing all of these headwinds that he's never encountered and and i think that gave him a real sense of empathy for the experience of women's You know Moments in the workplace being quite different in my case it was my younger sister whose also in the navy she's a navy captain and you know i was in the navy too and i i have just seen shannon my sisters experienced as being quite different right she fit gets told to smile all the time She gets shamed for running too fast on physical fitness test. Because it makes the guys feel bad you know there are just so many things i never encountered. I think for both dave and i. You know we've had these eye opening moments with women we care about. So yes there's yeah condemning business case. That got us intrigued here. But there's a personal as well.

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More than 300 Nigerian schoolboys kidnapped by gunmen Were Rescued.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:22 min | 1 year ago

More than 300 Nigerian schoolboys kidnapped by gunmen Were Rescued.

"Of cat scene state said bringing relief to many families. I think we have recovered. Most of the boys governor me bella. Massari said in a televised interview with state channel and ta abduction grip the country already incensed by widespread insecurity and evoked memories of boko harms. Twenty fourteen kidnapping of more than two hundred seventy schoolgirls in the northeastern town of chiba took last friday nights gunmen raided the government science secondary school in sina on motorbikes and marched the boys into ru forest in the biggest such incident in the lawless region in recent years massari said a total of three hundred and forty four boys held in the forest had been freed in neighbouring zamfara state. The boys were on their way back to cat zena and would be medically examined and united with their families today. Massari said a retired health worker whose thirteen year old son was. Among the kidnapped boys could not contain his joy at their release. He's only concern now. Was reuniting with his son. He said boko haram has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping in an unverified recording the video which features boko haram emblem shows a group of boys in a would pleading help us help us the father of one of the missing boys who gave only his first name. Emma said his son was one of the boys who is heard. speaking in the video. Boko haram has a history of turning captives into jihadist fighters if it's claims a true its involvement in northwestern nigeria marks geographical expansion in its activities. But it could have purchased the boys from local criminal gangs with which it's been building ties armed gangs that robin kidnap-for-ransom widely referred to as bandits carry out attacks on communities across the northwest making it hard for locals to farm travel on tap rich mineral assets in some states such as gold. Such gangs killed more than eleven hundred people in the first half of twenty twenty alone according to the rights group. Amnesty international a former acting chief the us department of homeland security's intelligence office has told congress. The dhs

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What to do about black spots on my Dracaena?

Your Gardening Questions

02:51 min | 1 year ago

What to do about black spots on my Dracaena?

"Collins. Says i have a. That's about a year old. It sits in a south facing window. I've started to notice clusters of black spots on the leaves. They don't rub off so. I don't think it's mildew i only wanted to plant when it's dry and the pot appears to be well drained. Do you have any ideas. Well i have an idea now. And that's all it is at this point not being able to see the leaves and him checking to to see if there's a fungus on them there still could be a fumble type of disease in those leaves. It could be that it is simply getting too much sun Amplified by the glass as a matter of fact in that south window You might try and moving to a spot where it would still get light from that south window but not not the plant would be to the side of the light pattern. That would be one of the things you're seeing is usually Except for us. He said he waters only when it's necessary and and that is the best way to handle those I know they can be killed quickly by over watering pot that doesn't have a drain or simply watering too often. And so on South window seems to be one of the things to be careful. And as i'm speaking of that. I'm thinking about where i have seen her sina and I'm i'm thinking of a couple of situations where they the plant had never been turned and they. I don't know how they were but they had literally leaned toward the window. And we're leaning against it and i think in this case it was an east window so it'll be just morning sun but it was the craziest looking and it had literally taken a nosedive over onto the window now beyond that then If he is where he could get the plant checked out. Take a leaf for two to a garden center where there are experienced people there and have them check to see. If it looks like it is indeed a fumble body and that wouldn't wipe off in many times leaf. We'll have fungal parts between the upper and lower layer and so on but i i have a hunch that it might be the direct south exposure. So maybe stay in that same room but just move out of the direct sun pattern. I that's about the only thing. I know telecom. 'cause sounds like he's doing everything else right and they're a plant can can age gently So i'd say give it a try.

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China Treats People Deemed Vulnerable With Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine

All Things Considered

03:45 min | 1 year ago

China Treats People Deemed Vulnerable With Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine

"China, hundreds of thousands of people have already gotten shots of the vaccine is being developed Their NPR China correspondents Emily Fang and John Ruit, take a look at why China's pressing ahead on what's at stake. On a chilly morning earlier this November. Hundreds of people line up and wait for their names to be called summer from the state owned China Railway Group are waiting to get their second shot of an experimental Corona virus vaccine produced by Sina Farm. China's biggest state on vaccine maker. We'll pay you as a China railway construction worker about to be sent abroad for a project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, qualifying him for a vaccine. Don't worry. There is no problem at all. Lots of our colleagues have a shot very early as early as July. They had no problems whatsoever for cool access to a Corona virus vaccine, albeit one without regulatory approval and which is still undergoing the last phase of human trials. Is a perk that comes with a state job. Your company is giving a guarantee of safety in exchange for sending you abroad after all, if you don't have your health Who cares how much money you earn of the hundreds of thousands now inoculated 56,000 vaccinated people have already gone abroad, but deploying unproven vaccines carries huge risks. For one, China's covert 19 vaccines target the disease. The vaccination prevents bad outcomes from infection, but it may not prevent infection itself. That's Jerome Kim, director general of the International Vaccine Institute in Seoul, South Korea, and that could mean that a person could still transmit the virus after they've been vaccinated. The worry is that vaccinations will give people who've had them a sense of invincibility. And that could actually help spread the virus. There may also be unexpected reactions to the unproven vaccines or late complications. China justifies the experimental vaccines for what it calls emergency use. Shot into the arms of people deemed vulnerable to Cove it such as frontline medical workers and critical service providers at home. China has four experimental vaccines now going through the last phase of human trials sign a farm in sign of AC are two of the major contenders and they make the vaccines being used on an emergency basis. Tinge away a director. China's CDC, speaking in November, said this was a necessary measure Number woman she won't call it. The decision to approve emergency use came after rounds and rounds of strict debate in evaluation after relatives show regulations were fulfilled What Jim did not specify how the emergency vaccines are being distributed. At the vaccination site in Beijing, NPR met a wide range of people who were lining up to get a job. They included dozens of state employees such as white collar bureaucrats and office workers, with no plans to travel abroad. And even a Peking duck cook at a state owned restaurant chain, a Peking duck cook. It's inoculations like these that have some observers concerned. Indonesian researches molecular virology at Hong Kong University. There is no emergency in China because there are basically zero confirmed cases over many months already in China, rolling out vaccines without all the data is a gamble for China. Already a string of quality scandals over the years has people inside the country and out skittish about made in China vaccines. If something goes wrong with these vaccines, it would be a PR disaster. Again Hong Kong University's Jin If they choose to do this, shock her and they ruin the reputation that will just make things worse. And no one there to use a Chinese waxing anymore.

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"sina" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on Z104

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"sina" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on Z104

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Why Are Chinese Stocks Delisting

MarketFoolery

03:46 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Chinese Stocks Delisting

"Sina Corp, which is the online media company based in China is being taken private by Charles. Chao, who is the chairman and CEO. The deal is being valued around two and a half billion dollars. Shares, of Sina Corp up about six percent, not quite at the buyout price. But getting there and all indications are that, yes the normal approvals will have to kick into place but this seems like a deal that's going to get done. What was your reaction when you saw this news? I was surprised because out of all the Chinese companies that I thought could be taken private or otherwise be delisted move elsewhere seen wooden have been the first one that I would have assumed bit the bullet but thinking about it more I'm not as surprised this is kind of a legacy Chinese social media company they spun off their steak and wayball. which is kind of like Chinese twitter. It has a interface very similar to that micro blogging platform. So the steak with an itself is really that's that's the value behind Sina and they made that spinoff. But when you look at the economics behind being listed in China taking yourself private potentially listing elsewhere whether that be Hong Kong or on a foreign exchange. It kind of makes sense the perspective from a lot of Chinese companies right now and granted again did not think that was going to be the first one that we saw bite the bullet but the perspective from a lot of Chinese companies is that they're simply not getting a fair shake in the markets here in the United States. So I'm not surprised to this happening and I, don't think that this'll be the last company that we either see take themselves private in the case of this show and chairman or otherwise list themselves on a different exchange. This certainly is something seen more of in twenty twenty than we've seen the last few years. By my count, we've got more than a dozen. Chinese companies listed on US exchanges that. have either been taken private or are in the process of being taken private, and this is going to be the most since twenty. Fifteen. I have to believe in you know we. Studiously avoid politics on this show, but I have to believe the political atmosphere is a healthy percentage of why this is happening. There's definitely a way to have the conversation without making it political just think about it from the perspective of a Chinese company. If you're doing business, your business is solely focused in China, but you're listed on exchange in a foreign country like the United States. The geopolitical risks that exists there is actually very real for these companies and may not impact their core business, right? If they're just doing business in China, it's Understandable that why would why would enter political situations 'cause your business to change? It doesn't but what it does cost a change is the evaluation that your company receives on a different exchange. So taking yourself private is a kind of extreme reaction against Cena's a little bit of a legacy player here what we're actually seeing more and more companies do is actually just duelists themselves have a second listing oftentimes on Hong Kong. Chinese shop Affi-. If you will bow soon, recently had a secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange we seen Baiju hearing rumors about potential dual sting from by`due. That's probably the direction that we're going to see. Chinese companies taking is essentially saying we're GONNA. dualist ourselves to reduce the valuation risk that exists with being listed on a foreign exchange where it goes from here is anybody's guess but from my perspective, this is kind of an understandable reaction to quickly degrading political situation.

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"sina" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on Z104

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How To Get Kids To Drink Water

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:36 min | 1 year ago

How To Get Kids To Drink Water

"Hello and welcome back everybody. I hope you're having a lovely summer willing to do this. Probably lots of bad days I certainly had mine yesterday and I hope that you've had a chance to tune into last week's episode where I will a lovely client of mine came on the PODCAST, share her journey of working through a special diet to manage jars, persistent constipation, and of course, the biggest transformation and I still not saying this to her. I couldn't believe you know watching her son on the screen and. and seeing how much he had grown, he was quite quite slim when I met him any his weight center of it sort of caught up with his length. Santana was really nice to see that he had such a lovely transformation from working with me now I'm sure you're wondering whether my Holly Street. Clinic will be reopening I've just holding fire on that I. will be watching with interest everything that we'll be developing in the news and the guidelines that things are that, but until there are more clear. Guidelines on the safety aspects and things like that I will continue to work with you. As video consultations, I use a video conferencing platform called zoo, and that's been working really well. It means that I've been able to offer you evening appointments and of goes Saturday morning appointments and I think you'll agree. That has worked really well. It has been that you could. We could share screens. We share resources. It's been a really nice way a working. Together. The only thing I'd say is that you know e-. I've had to rely on you to do the growth measurements for me, but apart from that the video conferencing has no in really really well, so if you have been thinking about working with me, then I've got a few programs now and these programs have been tested and tries and sort over the years not being. For fifteen years I'd say my private practice. Really launched when my first child was born, and so it's around five years old now, and during that time always offered video connotations, and it's my services have certainly evolved over the years and the programs that are currently offer inclusive course of Fussy eating solutions of the vegan nutrition program and I also have the milk allergy program, and these specifically for if you suspect your child may have delays cosmopolitan allergy and it lied to work with someone like me. Who has years of experience working with children? And of course twelve of those years were at the world, renowned gretel mystery children's hospital where we've seen children from. Loads and notes of backgrounds, different backgrounds so without further ado, let's get started with this week's podcast episode all about fluids, but before I forget always forget to let you know that you can book a free fifteen minute call with navy to know all the different ways of working with me whether that's as part of my programs that are specific for the different. Nutrition problems that you'd want me. Media Help you solve or navigate and manage all if he just offer one of consultation on a very very specific nutrient problem that did not discuss it me then I do have a variety of ways that you can work with me. So I was watching the news this morning and I was so excited. That is going to get really hot next week. What my husband said Oh my goodness. That's too hot for me. Temperatures getting up to the D. degrees that Sina. He finds that really really hot, but I'm excited. I love hot weather so. But of course I'm sure you're thinking I've got to make sure that the kids drink plenty of liquids and absolutely rise have got seven tried and tested ways to get toddler Dettori water and this blog post that have for you has been really really popular Saito. This is the perfect time to shine these tips with you as a podcast episode, and of course, the first most obvious is to run through, and that goes without saying just like you would for picky eating. We know that children mimic behavior, so make sure that your drinking regularly as well especially the type of fluids that you choose would be really important now I. Have a confession to make. I am not the biggest fan of Water I. Know you're probably thinking what sort of Dietitian doesn't drink water well. When we moved, I was around thirteen years when we moved from. Oman's ice live in mind when we moved to. New Zealand, the water in New Zealand Israeli men wrote tasting. It has really. which actually is maybe lovely in hindsight, but you can't say that water doesn't have it taste. I obviously have very high on hypersensitive to taste and I found the taste of water. It just didn't appeal to me at the time and so I. Would you drink flavored water? Are they confess I did drink things like dont trains as a teenager and things like that I swipe. Not Great Choices, but of course because I was also very active in love. Running quite early on I think started running around sixteen years. Dittrich Water I. Probably could have drunk more often than say things like cups of tea, which I drink at the moment or coffee in the morning so. Luckily eight my girls do drink water my new. My husband drinks always as a water bottle in the fridge and he's always drinking from that. As the girls you know, they look up to their dad quite a bit, and they always make sure that they drink with sometimes. They noticed that I do need to remind them

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ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'

30 For 30 Podcasts

04:27 min | 1 year ago

ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'

"Welcome to the JALEN and Jacoby after show. Jalen once again here I am live with you right. After two episodes of the last dance on a Sunday night that again blew my mind. It just keeps getting better and better every single Sunday night. What are your initial reactions from episode? Five and six so many different reactions. Jacoby Your Guy de Thomas was left off the Dream Team. Michael Jordan sort of separate himself a little bit from that decision. I WanNa Talk Salazar raising hair about that. These episodes Jalen rose. I loved watching the greatest of all time. The grote one of the best athletes that this species ever produce struggle on the golf course just like my driver Michael Jordan. Only feel you my time. I'M GONNA give everybody an underlying theme somebody to play with the Bulls after Jordan air. Something that I saw that after this moment everybody that Sina Dot can now run with Republican. Something so the. Nobody's discussing you notice. A couple of the Bulls employs like the equipment guy. Light the media relations sky people that were really close to Jerry Cross. They envied Michael Jordan. Success and fame. They envied it. Remember the part where he even called his security sniff. Brothers remember that part of course as people who now know all of the parties involved and same thing with Pr. It was like Oh. They thought he was such a big deal. Yeah he was the biggest deal and so this is what went through. The building ultimately led to their overall demise after the winning six championships well. I'm glad you mentioned his success. And his fame because that was explored in depth this evening and not always the positive and we do see the positive the endorsements and the deal with Nike. But we also see the negative and it seemed like he was a hostage in his own hotel room and they did a really good job of just sort of what. It's like to be Michael Jordan. Now you know what? It's like to leave a hotel room and a half fans outside a hotel and going arena and have people want your signature but granted you regret. Nba Player superstar. But nothing to the level of Michael Jeffrey Jordan during the Mid Nineties and this documentary this evening did a really good job of showing how. That's something that we all want. We all want to be like Mike. But when you are Mike you want to not be like Mike. And it was such a such a really well done portray. It's a IT'S A. It's a sentiment that we've seen so many documentaries in so many behind the music's where oh it was fame and we wanted. We want we want it. We got it and then it turned bad but I felt like this evening. The did a really good job of explaining exactly why. And how and what? The experience was like for Michael Jordan. During that time what do you think? I think it's great throughout these series to acknowledge how he became the best player in the League in eighties. The most dominant in exciting player that the game has seen and then how he elevated one three in a row and became the goat at that point. Just think about it. He had three Peter something that Magic Bird Isaiah. Dr J. hadn't done. He was the goat. Then Jacoby just think about that. He was the goat before he left the game. And so having him on your squat and being able to go anywhere. He can't take one step out of his room without being acknowledged he's the most famous pitch man on the earth. Commercials movies like it. Just didn't stop his popularity so nobody will be able to garner Garner what he was able to do as far as making the game mainstream and it also showed immense pressure that that

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Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

The Emma Guns Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

"Jordan. Now we've done together but this is your first appearance on the show. I am so excited and so honored seriously hundred. Honored thank you. I've been such a fan. I've Yup such thank you so much. There's very nice of you to say now. We met only a few weeks ago and I would like to think it was. I like to think it was cute. It was love affair size far as I'm concerned and partly because you are such good energy we had a good fund giggle fast time. He met which was very very lovely at your launch in London. We had a lovely dinner. Didn't we always amazing if we could go back? That'd be lovely and it was a nice lemon meringue pudding. If memory serves yes well so just seeing that you would be a really good person to speak to feel good habits because you seem like good energy or very disciplined and yeah. I just really wanted to find out from you. What your feel good habits are like what do you do? Whether it's you can't make up in the morning or you just think oh I just want to roll over and stay in bed all day or when you just feel like life really isn't going your way. What your strategies are that help you keep moving forward because you all the founder and CEO of Jordan Samuel. Skin you have pushed to business. Forward is a very competitive place. So what are your star student? I love this topic. Because it's you know it's really really critical now but in general. I just think it's it's great to always have in your back pocket and something that not to get too far into this but I was formerly Professional Ballet Dancer Which was my entire identity for the whole life and when I retired from that there was a bat an eye transition to skin but I felt like I still have one foot in each professional. Most I hadn't fully grieved my professional ballet career but I wasn't fully established in my aesthetic skincare career and I went through like a really bad outings. -iety stress and anxiety for the first time in my life so and was put on like a low dose of medication which I hate it and immediately got off because it was helping but I was not myself and I knew that was wrong but anyway through all of that I found meditation looming to me. That is just like my number. One feel-good tip and meditation that works for you so this is not me doing an hour every day carving out time stressing about the amount of time. I have to do it Funny enough since we've now been working from home being inside not being able to go out. I will do meditation for three minutes. If I've three minutes I will just sit and close my eyes and do breath work do a little mantra or five minutes or whatever that time period is I really haven't actually done it for more than probably five in the past few weeks but just that consistency of quieting your mind as much as possible for me it helps. I don't see how structure the day it helps put me gets me in a different mindset for the day so then if the news happens to be on the way I'm reacting to. The news tends to be a little bit better if I had that little. Bit of something going on If Ya I mean it all comes back to the news. Whether you're reading the news online on Social Media Sina posts on social media that maybe sets you off or actual news on the television But simple and you know the thing too is i. I really recommend that people look into it because people think they need to sit and be quiet and not have thought come into their mind and if they don't have that they're failing at meditation which could not be further from the truth. The whole process is to sit there with those thoughts. Let those thoughts come in acknowledged them and then let them go doing that. Until you sort of are in that silence base and that might be like for me. Now meditated for years and some days are better than others and some days there it is clear mind and other days that mine is not clear whatsoever. But that's not the point. The point is is consistency In that so for me meditation is like my number one. You can do it from anywhere you can do it laying down you can do it sitting. Ideally get a quiet space turnover. But I'll do it laying in bed and just close my eyes and do some breath work and there's great ads. Some are free a lot of free right now. Actually Guided Meditations Oprah and Deepak Chopra. That's actually how I got into meditation. Funny enough was Oprah and Deepak. Chopra did their first like twenty one day. Meditation Challenge Years Ago. Maybe like eight years ago at this point I did it and it was great because it explained everything and it it gave you the guided meditations. It just put sort of tools in your hands and I and I love that. Do you remember the first time you meditated and did you feel ridiculous or Sub Question? How long before you realize it was actually having an effect? I felt ridiculous because I was doing the whole thing. Like you know I'd cross my legs. I was home which you can do. You don't have to do. But like there is that nice sort of peacefulness to it. But yes no. I felt like a farce away. It was not something that I'd ever like tuned into. Were was into didn't really know what I was doing but I did it. It was sort of. I got to the point where I'm like. I don't WanNa do this. So let's try this and But then I'm trying to think I was one of those things where it probably started helping from day one but it wasn't until probably six months later where I realized. Oh my mood actually been fine lying. It wasn't you know so there wasn't a time period where I noticed it immediately work probably months afterward. I realized oh I have been stressed. I haven't been anxious and realized that that period had gone on for a long time. Tracing it back so yeah. It's just a little bit to me. I liken it to taking medicine or taking well no. That's not fair because I actually will take medicine doesn't make you feel better but I think that has a negative connotation but to me is more of A. It's a workout for the brain. So you got a good sense of wellbeing afterwards too and without wanting to revisit difficult place but do you have just a way that. I feel like if you had to describe it to someone who anxiety manifested it was just complete impending doom out of control not out of control. It wasn't ever dangerous it wasn't ever but it was. It was just yet impending doom. It was like everything was bad. Like the walls caving in it that the best way to describe it just anything whether it was health or business or personal life it just felt like I would always go to the negative. I was in a bad loop in my head really an explanation of it yesterday. I read it somewhere which is is being trapped in the present by the fear of the future. Yeah exactly exactly. That's exactly what I had a little bit of grieving the past which I think through in a whole different type of like bad mix to a absolutely. That's a great. Yeah that's perfect. And so if someone's listening to this thinking okay. I keep hearing people talk about meditation. I get I'm going to give it a go is there. Is there a resource that you would recommend that you whether you try to yourself with you know that your friends have had success with when you suggested it to them? Honestly it's the I would start with Oprah and Deepak show premeditation challenge. It's there is a website for it because they just waiting yes and they just launched a new one maybe a few days ago maybe a week ago in reference to everything. That's going on now so I think that's helpful but what I like about. It is Deepak Chopra specifically walks you through as a beginner things. You might feel ways. You might be wall meditating how to sort of let that come in and come out. There's great APPs once. You sort of. Get the gist of it. Perfect starting place. Because there's there's explanation behind that you're not just jumping in with music and a mantra or something which would be absolutely fine but I like a little bit more explanation so people know what to expect

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Blizzard sues Sina Games for blatant Warcraft rip-off Glorious Saga

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

Blizzard sues Sina Games for blatant Warcraft rip-off Glorious Saga

"I didn't reports that one point one million viewers tuned into watch classic and i was one of those dreamers what they're able to get in. I was playing games starting valid issues so reports that not only has been trending on twitter instead of the usual political out there but the stock for activism blizzard rose by six percent at its peak so there have been long queues release on the larger rooms. There's even some queue queuing queues august twenty. Seventh wizard changed how they were showing one. I sources said that even a medium server was giving them a long queue after update. We'll have to wait. I mean probably longer than five our cues to see how it pans out so pleasure to increase the maximum players a lot in classrooms adding new realm since launch. One thing that bush is doing to alleviate cues is a new service called wild prime or the order. You are verified by the higher party you get in the clus accused. Has you have less time hammed experience classic both in the normal day and age because statistically many the older age have already experienced classic already on launch day once they got the game. It was actually a really cool hectic experience. There were hordes of players camping mobs. Even on the alliance and in some places people were lining up to take on specific quest mobs or pick up an item for quests very civil even vendor set up a certain line cues players are willing and he starting hughes after waiting in queues to get in. There's been race for world. I classic event method got beat joker. D got the love of sixty with three hundred thousand viewers according to icy veins and champion reports that apes on janice e._u. Have claimed a world first and nick kill before we go. I want to switch it up. Do shockers reports that enough fishing license overwatch case for the nintendo switch. I showed up on amazon was on the few fortnight's before bliss con. Were you may see and overwatch switch announcement and allowed reports that yami will be releasing to warcraft branded phones. The news came to same auto reports that balloonists suit sina games was making glorious saga a mobile game that was ripping off water warcraft and as reported later on that glorious saga was shut down. All of this could mean that maybe blizzard is getting the mobile market ready for mobile wow or at least a mobile welcome pitney game with more features hopefully than the current painting up with that. I think it's time i'm free to stop the broadcast back in the classic place more just know if you go to brill the relegates deltas are very unreliable even for quest to find him. Maybe they're scared of me on the next time be awesome. The francis report is a fan podcast covers blizzard games. We are not affiliated with blizzard. Take us expressed by the hosts and guests

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"sina" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Boston. I'm Steve sina teams make their way on the third period game two of the Stanley Cup final tie to the third. The Bruins in blues at two apiece. Once again, let's check in with our rinkside reporter, Brian Boucher sponsored by progressive. Progressives homequote explorer, gives you multiple options so you can pick what's right for you. See for yourself that progressive dot com. Let's go downstairs to Ryan. Thank you very much. Steve downstairs with Charlie Coyle. Charlie much like game one this game is tied to two after two periods. Give me an assessment of your team's play through forty minutes. I think we got better there. I know we got better. Seem capable of the hardest. Can't we knew we were expected that the good job trying to start out to whistle be toughened which going to stick to our game, be disciplined get back to, you know how in the pace, which more time in the offense zone for the Saint Louis blues nap period? What's been different about their game here in game two versus game winning? They elevated their play. That's something we gotta do. We'd now the greatest star yesterday or last game, rather same thing tonight. So. We still get a period to play. We brought it in a last game. So it's going to be taken care. Do it the right way play smart. But going on the attack, and make sure you guys have to do to get inside their defense here in his third, pretty Bennington just starts moving feet. Move our fee get either hold down and be on the power play. Or we're going to get a chance at the net. And you know he spent all three bounds on a bit. So we gotta make sure we stop at that netted find that pocket just about will compete and work ethic there on that. And that, so we do that. I think I see some something going, Charlie. All right. Let's get back upstairs to Kenny Albert Joe Micheletti for the start of the third period. All right. Thanks very much Brian. That was trolley coil score. The first goal tonight on the power.

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"sina" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"In those in la- last several years leading up to the announcement that it was back. You know, it's something where when I was younger twenty two when I was I know, no. That obviously was a major thing, and we were able to push it into remission and everything was good. You know, and I was able to do my thing and and just slowly over the past couple of years. I feel I felt still good. You know, obviously to be able to to do what we do you? You've been, you know, in our in our system, you you seem what it takes you know, to to be able to do what we do with our schedule and our travel and being on the road. So I knew five this is just the way you feel when you work, you know, damn near three hundred nights a year. That's just a part of the grind that you know, sina feels the same way. Rock kills the same way. You know what? I mean, don't go everyone who's on top this way. That's that's what having a full plate feels like. And then, you know, we did our our blood work. We always do your yearly. And that's when the bad news started coming in. And I knew. When I saw the doctors, you know, when it when it was when the rest of me, you know, close going t- are you need to go. See, you know, go to the go to the trainer room this the doctor. That's what I knew. Okay. Usually that doesn't happen. And so some serious. So that's not something you just be there in a second. You get your ass over there. So that's where it kinda got very real again. Did you specifically have interviewed you many times over the years? It's never come up was it specifically something you didn't like to dwell on. Is it sort of like a I don't like putting the energy out there. What was sort of your thought process because too many of us who have covered, you know, you it was it was a surprise was that is that a conscious thing that you didn't talk about it much? Yeah. Yeah..

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VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

The 3:59

05:37 min | 3 years ago

VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Roger Chang Joni Saltzman. So I got a chance to walk into one of the reactors of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi. But I couldn't actually get into the actual core would die because I would die. It was literally. Yes. Within minutes. I'd probably be dead of. But thanks VR. I was able to actually get into the Corelli's stimulated version that I corps. This was a fairly unique use of VR and to be clear wasn't exactly like a full Oculus rift headset, you'll see through glasses looking at a big screen. But it was for me. Like one of the examples for me. The are like that didn't compose suck. You haven't watched the VR that I've seen will. Yes. It's the thing. That's also I mean to the point of exclusive content. This was clearly very expensive since I know like this isn't really for entertainment. This is really for companies looking to users experience to simulate what's like sending a robot the core. And so it was I mean, actually like I said really useful kinda see able to kind of hover eating really walk sort of hover through the core. Sometimes at times like flying through walls, and you kind of felt that we're tingle when you went through wall. Really you actually kind of bought the allusion. Yeah. Even though it was projected on project on the walls, Jacqueline is predicted the wall the floor the the walls around me. And so it was fully immersive the not immersive like innocuous risks. And what did you did have a head mounted display? You had some smart glasses. What did those purposes the glasses were there are three glasses that helped create the allusion that you were actually immersed in the six? Reince and actually come away seeing the five of standing Mexico. The person the middle was sort of navigating he had a control the phaser from Star Trek. His glasses had motion tracking sensors that ping the sensors that were on the wall. And so when he moved around like it kind of accounted for his movements as well. Interesting. So yeah, it was kind of unusual use of the R. I think I think that's interesting though, that this sort of enterprise style. Use for VR was more compelling to you stuff that's made for consumers. Yeah. The experience was fairly slick not quite as like entertaining as some of the experiences you've had at various festivals. But like, I feel like the usefulness of this is just was very very compelling. Next up more full phones last week. It seemed like he was a crazy hot topic but taper off a bit as I think everyone's starting to realize they can't afford one. But Samsung is reportedly working on two more foldable phones one that folds outward like a the wall way made x one that's more like a clam shell. Right. And you've said in the past that there's different levels of stress from these kinds of. What a complicating here. So the the galaxy full one they actually announced two weeks back it folds inwards. That is probably the most stressful way to full the phone and you'll you'll notice with God's there's a huge gap in the middle. There's a reason why it's so the radius is a little bit larger less stress on the screen having a full hour. Like, the mate X is less stressful and can make for like you can do different things with the made ex. It was a thinner more sleek design than the fold, and I think I'm assuming Samsung saw that was like, oh, we should probably work on that. So they're going to be making one that does do that outward fall. Yes. And then something like a clam shack kinda like those old flip phones like we can report that Motorola's working on a foldable phone and might be bringing back the razor in that forum. So I imagine Samsung is looking to fall along with that as well. Lastly, captain marvel comparing this week sina gave it a fairly glowing review, but you saw. Last night. And what did you think? I mean quickly. I think that it's totally serves we'll superhero movie. Total sleep totally fine marvel movie and totally fine like girl power movie, but it didn't strike me as being an exceptional marvel movie or an exceptional feminist movie. And what was the, you know, like, you know, brought up when we were talking earlier when I saw wonder woman that initial beach battle scene like it brought tears to my eyes. I'm not embarrassed about it because you know, you never get to see women as warriors in that way in a movie like that ever. And so it was just so striking. How different it felt to watch. It never got that feeling felt more like typical marvel movie typical Mark. It's great that they have a smart actress and great supporting character actors in there too. And so it felt really fun. I wouldn't. Yeah. I can't glow array about it. What are the question? What SNL Jackson was aged trained for this movie? Like did that was? It wasn't noticeable. I only in the sense that I was like, whoa. He looks young. It's like it's like Pulp Fiction era sort of gang. But I didn't notice it looking awkward did notice that who's the guy that is like one of his. Not maybe. Yeah. Anyways, one of the other characters who was also digitally. I notice that he looked very stiff like his facial expressions. And so maybe it's because he was a much smaller role. They didn't put as much effort into make digital DA djing Lucas slick. I didn't it wasn't distracting with female Jackson, and he was one of the most fun characters in the movie. So okay, there you go for full coverage on C. I'm Roger Chan I'm Joanie Southland. Thanks for listening.

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"sina" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Simple reason. It's one simple reason. Because I think it's good politics for twenty twenty the president plans to fly Palm Beach today to spend the weekend at his mar-a-lago resort. He will host a Super Bowl party on Sunday. Then he'll be back in Washington to deliver his state of the union address on Tuesday night at a lesc- bakery in Tampa, the Super Bowl rivalry has come down to cookies. The bakery has made dozens of them with Rams and patriots logos. So far the bakeries. Jasmine al-sina says Moore patriots cookies have been sold. She says the rivalry continues behind the counter as well. Among the bakeries employees try to be as neutral as we can accept whenever one person likes to say to the other one. So all of us are just like excuse me. Because my myself I am a patriot fan. And then we have some other ones that are Rams fans. So like, it's a constant head to head battle with us. All the time lec- is known for its rivalry cookies in two thousand sixteen the bakery may Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton cookies. I'll Seaney says Trump won that cookie battle. This stock market report is brought to you by the Holland group, retirement, wealth advisers, the markets and the week mixed. The Dow up sixty four points to close out the week at twenty five thousand sixty three the s&p five hundred added a couple of points. The NASDAQ was down seventeen it's four zero five at News Radio. WFL a weekend weather is next Tampa Bay. This is Steve Honglin. Are you tired of worrying if the stock market is about to crash like you did.

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Intimate Hermit Crab Keeps Shell On

60-Second Science

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Intimate Hermit Crab Keeps Shell On

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin. So I never really thought I'd study Pena size, but I sort of stumbled on this topic Mark lider, a biologist at Dartmouth College light travels to Costa Rica to study hermit crabs a species called sina Beata compresses. These land crabs do some interior remodeling of their adopted shells, the extensively hollow them out removing Streit's called spiral cholula to give themselves some extra elbow room. The renovation renders. The shells more precious to their owners and two other covetous crustaceans as well. These more valuable shells, though are also more easily stolen since without the spiral. Kolya Mellon signed the shell to grip onto individuals are pretty liable to have their property snatched from them, particularly when they're engaged in other activities like copulation which requires coming part way out of the shell despite his work in the field. It wasn't until lighter was wandering through Ziam that he noticed something about his favourite crabs the really striking thing. Was that scene? Evita compresses the one who social behavior I've been studying for so many years headed unusually large penis, in fact, bigger than any other species the observation gave him an idea, which he dubbed the private parts for private property hypothesis in a sense, the hypothesis posits that in large private parts can be an adaptation extending amounts sexual reach and thus enabling both him and his partner to remain safely tucked away inside their shells, while they copulate thereby protecting the private property of their shells from being stolen during sex Darwin proposed a similar idea to explain why barnacles which are stuck in one place are so amply Dowd did test his private parts for private property hypothesis light or sized up more than three hundred male museum specimens, including hermit crabs that live on land. And it's see any found that crabs that carried custom coverings head the most impressive Kornel equipment at the same time species that got their shells off the shelf had bigger geared than did crabs that walked around with. Oh, shell at all is results revealed in the Royal Society journal open science, it's intriguing to think that this high posses might have greater generality beyond hermit crabs. But like a hermit crab encountering a humdrum. Shell Lantra says he's going to leave that one alone. For me. I'm much more curious about how forms of animal architecture and remodeling in the environment impact social behavior. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"sina" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Well, shame on him for having the nerve to put Trevor Hoffman in the same sentence. Very should be happy. The same hall of fame. Why are we blaming the players? It's the sports writers that have done. This Ken Griffey should have been unanimous. He's the most recent guy that should have been anonymous top Seaver Willie Mays. I mean now be upset that Mariane rare is the first one now there should be more run. Okay. With Rivera's postseason communique be more. Humans have walked on the moon than have scored on Marian Rivera in the postseason. We'll let that be the last word in this discussion. That's that's more broader Edgar Martinez. The generation is now getting into the hall of fame and ROY halladay and Mike sina pitcher's getting in over per chilly. About right here in Boston. Curt Schilling at a huge part of his career in Boston. Some of the most recognizable moments in the history of the game. And schilling is not being enshrined this year. How does that sit with you? It's always aggravates me vote for him every year. There are two there's two ways to look at it as why someone wouldn't vote for him one. Is that you honestly, don't think is credentials are good enough. And to you our problem, you have a problem with his politics. I truly hope no one is voting against him. By that reason? But I I'm guessing at least one person out there is that's wrong. The other one I don't get it. I don't know. How people can't see he's he's he is an absolute no brainer for me. Curt Schilling should be in the hall of fame. Tim Keller show. With bob. And I can't imagine that there aren't some voters. I really don't think there's that many. But there's gotta be a few that are not voting for him because of the stances he's taken and things he said and done since his playing career was over which has nothing to do with whether or not he was a hall of fame pitcher, and I can't get past that that postseason eleven to record a whip below one. Just all the great games. Not just for Boston got Zona a World Series over that Yankee team that everybody thought was so unbeatable in the World Series. So schilling should be in there. Now with these guys having moved on his chances next year. Let me ask you to yet. One start. It's going to be how is it going to be Masino? You're going be chilly. It's not going to be Messina. He's third out of that group for me. It's going to be between schilling and all day and if it's opposed season. Gimme. You know, what I'll tell you how I mean. Those young perfect game his performances in the postseason as well awfully strong. And you look at the winds overall how he dominated his his generation as a pitcher. But I think everyone here is touched on something, you know, much of this is really less of a referendum on the players themselves. Then it is the media and how we judge people in design with them in. And that's what really needs to get. Right. Okay. So then to answer the question that was raised by Bob, and Tim, do you believe shillings politics is keeping him out of the hall of fame? I'm sure there's some people that that feel that way. But you know, what I also think that sooner or later in sooner more than later, he's going to get in because more more people are changing in terms of the pool of ballots out there, and analytics are becoming so much more fun question to you guys you believe shillings post career is factoring. Whether he gets into the hall of fame or not I think we'd be naive to think that aren't some voters that aren't factoring that in. I would say this in defense of Mike seen tune it seventy wins. That's fifty four more than Curt Schilling. But in my book when I think hall of fame between the two of them, I think of cart schilling four and one in the World Series. He was outstanding in the postseason with Philadelphia. Also with Boston the bloody sock game with Arizona beating the Anki. Curt Schilling is a hall of fame pitcher, and you mentioned those guys who want a big start. I'm taking Kurt. I think you've all greed that the post career should not factor into his regular career, Bob you said to yourself when you were bringing Marian Rivera..

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"sina" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"sina" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Without you, my friend. And I'll tell you. We've come on. From where we? What? know? But you don't judge. Scammy? Fini clone sina up again, I've been hurt. So don't trust. No. I said those whereas. Why? To say that. You..

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"sina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:23 min | 3 years ago

"sina" Discussed on KGO 810

"Maureen lying and hanging with Lang in right now as Caleb Zegers executive director, LA posts Sema, meaning the kitchen and Spanish a mirror and Brenda Juarez. Yes. She is the co owner of L. All right. I'll be asking repeat that because I felt like I said a bad word L P P LA, but we'll get to Brenton just a bit. I wanna talk to Kayla. What is lock lock Hasina? I want to say coachie. No luck. Lakos sina sounds like a restaurant, but it's an organization that does your luck ASEAN has been a nonprofit organization in the bay area since two thousand and five and we're an incubator kitchen, the idea is to look for the most talented food entrepreneurs in the bay that don't have access to resources primarily women women of color immigrant women and connect them to the resources they need to grow and formalize their businesses. When you say immigrant women, I wish my mother can meet you and learn how to make food. That's not just boiled. Boiled, delicious will take both to the San Francisco wasn't that the San Francisco Chronicle says not only has locked casino been the most important food organization in San Francisco, but amid a changing landscape, it might also prove to be the key for San Francisco to remain San Francisco big thing. I mean, vibrant cities are made out of people who come to them, and who are born in them who have a vision of a space that they wanna claim for themselves in a little bit of their story that they want to share, and it's increasingly difficult to do that in Konami like the one that we have here. All right. So I'm going to understand how this works. You help women particularly minority women who are food or wanna be food entrepreneurs. What does that look like who's a food entrepreneurs somebody making Jillian their home at somebody who wants to own a restaurant? I mean, every small community in this region across the country. There are people who are cooking food for their people. And they're cooking food because it's expensive to bring that food to market and they're doing that because they love to do it. And the idea is that these are people who they're clearly entrepreneurial they found a market they found a product that people want they are able to produce it at scale. But what they're missing is that ability to move from their small community to a broader place in a place where they can create assets for themselves and their family. So someone like Brenda and her mom who are making regionally specific Mexican food. That's incredibly delicious that hasn't found a home here yet in San Francisco can come to lock casino can take their talent can formalize that talent. And then open up a restaurant. So okay, Brian May I ask you what does that look like for you? Now, you're L Papiya Pila. Don't forgive me. When I say it incorrectly. I will get this people. All right. So I understand that your food is from the region of quantum lotto in Mexico where I spent moss in San Miguel. Leeann Guanajuato because you. See I go is there. Takeover. So the story behind our name is because it's a monument in Mexico or though call which is a person that protected the town. So basically, we want to continue basically creating that brand and expanding obviously like one watt and food, and that's all we wanted to do in San Francisco. So what does the food like how? Well, how would you? What would you describe? It has. It's it's like a homemade something I would eat at home every day such as they which is a green stew. Hominy soup. But my grandma would use the pork ends. I would say so they and that was basically the bacon now that we use in our in a recipe. And so that's something that we would eat at home. Now we wanted to sell it in San Francisco. Stop s now we're making. Yes, open really good, especially with no palest- the window palace. The we make it's like release specific is that is that the cactus cactus. We'll make it without today negative, which is like something different from like any other place. You would try and San Francisco, and that's something that we wanted to focus on. Okay. So you making this where people getting it. You don't have brigade mortar at restaurants. So yes. So we do have a restaurant. We just opened last November. It was her soft opening and as of January we were hoping we'll basically were open from eleven to eleven to seven PM Monday to Saturday where we are at a seventy nine Brennan street, and we have like it's it's a big space compared to the space we had on on market street. It was a ten by ten. And now, it's I think it's like a thousand a thousand feet square feet of space that we have it's a beautiful kitchen. We have a a walk in that we can use and basically produced we do catering. In San Francisco. We we have a lot of support from Aquafina. That's what I want to get to in a moment. So fi come down to. L P P L P P LA is open to the public regular restaurant. I come on. I get my so pace at one o'clock in the afternoon. So we're like I said we're open from eleven to seven we have sixteen seats available. And hopefully by the summer, we have a two seats outside or like a like a table and other extra table outside. So people can come in and grab a beer because we are service. Yeah. The wine Marino and the Bon. Yeah. Most important right on those. Are the words I learned in high school Spanish survey Savino Bagna? Perfect. Okay. So here's what I want to understand is. You were cooking these things in your home. And then did you start out and get a small restaurant on your own or how did you couple with lock casino? And how did they help you? So my mom is a Mexican Mexican mom who doesn't speak English, and doesn't know how to drive so at the beginning when she started the process sina, she asked if I wanted to join her obviously, I was pushing too like every Mexican family or know face like a normal thing that family do. But my mom pushed me to be her helper. She wasn't selling this food. She was just making our she wasn't. She was selling it for the PTA for in Berkeley for my brother's school stuff. Like that. So razors. So that's how she started obviously, helping the community and then one of her friends referred her to lock Latina. So she she wanted to be part of that program. So okay. So then they refer your mom with her delicious food from the Guanajuato region of Mexico to lock Asena enter stage, right Caleb. Sure. Zegers? What happens and how do you? How do you help them? Are they have you know, that they are aligned with the need for your help. These are questions. I have for you Caleb. Yeah. Brennan brennan's. Mom's name is quad Lupe when she applied Philoxena what she said was that a friend of hers had come to her. She was working at that time at a talk and Berkeley. And said, why are you working so hard for yourself? If you could be working this hard for a business that you own and that got her to start thinking about her own future and her own family, and what she was able to accomplish this you came to lock sina. And the idea of our goal is to identify what the opportunity is for these talented entrepreneurs. What's the path to success was the path to economic freedom that we can support you in pursuing and Guadeloupe's, obviously, it's a talented. Chef she obviously knows how to sell her food. She's worked in restaurants for a long time. She's worked in Berkeley for a long time. And so we have a program that runs people through pre incubation like, which is basically like. A mini MBA program for food business owners, and how long has the program it is about six to eight months, the preoccupation, and then he moved into incubation, which is all about access to market and sales. So you could start to find Guadalupe people at a place like off the grid and for Mason. Okay. So I have so many questions I'll go back and forth with you too. Because it's so they come to you Guadalupe comes to you with her wonderful ability to cook and to make food, but she's working for somebody else making their food. So she comes is there. A fee is like school. Like what happens your word we are publicly funded. So we are always looking for foundations and individual donors, but the funding that we get allows us to absorb the risk that these entrepreneurs take and to bring them in for no cost at all to begin to launch their business. Once they start selling they pay really highly subsidized rate to rent the kitchen space, which is what they need legally to begin selling. So they need a kitchen because it's illegal. I understand for the most part to sell foods made in your own home. Rex. I think there's some there's some technicalities, but for the for the southern Guadalupe had access to a kitchen, and then what are so. It's not a restaurant, then she's cooking at this this kitchen, so it's outside the home. So now, it's the health services are happy that she's doing this. It's all legal, and then where's this food going? But she just made in this kitchen. That's upset is luck casino has two kinds of businesses. We have packaged food, and you can find those that are kiosk at the ferry building. And then prepared food people like quad Lupe her selling directly to their customer are prepared food vendors start with catering. So we're looking for people who want lunches cater dinners catered that gets the cash flow going, and then we look for regular recurring sales like farmers markets. So it almost every farmer's market in San Francisco there is in the bay area. Really? There's an entrepreneur that's been incubated at Lakos who is taking their first step towards whatever. The restaurants going to be this is really exciting excited. Yeah. I just wanted to fully understand it. So they come to you. And then they apply to the six to eight months a pre incubation where I guess they're learning. What what would they learn Brenta? What would Guadalupe learned there? The what's the right way to cook your food, and basically recipes because when you when you started the program, you don't, you know, you you come from from your house, and you don't know a lot of the recipes. So you have to make a bigger quantities. And that's Lee learn and so you learn how to take your great cooking and make it a business and how you do that. So it's not just about making these wonderful so pace, which it would be for me that would be fine with anytime. Too hard to find great ones, I got spoiled. And then once they this learning period, it's like a business school for six to eight months surrounding food then after the six to eight months, and then they're in the incubation period where they go into the kitchen provided by law casino. And they start preparing these foods that will be sold perhaps at the ferry building prepackaged or they'll get catering business nuts. Right. Okay. Income from that. They'll pay off whatever they go to school that learning from luck casino at a very subsidized rate. So it makes it affordable for most people to do this. Right. And then what happens they get a restaurant restaurant, but in between cooking and learning the cooking part we have to have a business plan. It has to be a strong business plan. The way you continue growing your business going back to your business plan. And basically, you're learning back of the house and you're learning the cooking. So it's you learn a lot of stuff. It's not just the cooking part. And then. Yeah. You have to you have to move on and get your own restaurant, which you have now. Yes. Pepitas appeal, not Sarah. Okay. There's no law. With you got right L L. It's like PP law. Yeah. Yeah. Like a little kid. I have to p p law. Yeah. Yeah. L P P P P. I L L P P LA, and where's it located? We can give it a lot of eight seventy nine Brennan street. Brennan street. Correct. All right. So now, this is not now this restaurant that you have is not part of low casino anymore. Technically, my mom and the business graduated. I would say in September. So now the bird has flown the nest. Yeah, I mean, the the the real the real theory behind women like Waterloo bay are absurdly talented. They deserve to have businesses. They could should and do owned businesses and managed on their own, but we live in an economy, which is not equitable. We live in a economy, which doesn't have equal access to opportunity, and we live in communautaire barriers to entry are artificially erected in front of all kinds of people on their paths business ownership. And so what lock we don't really. We don't teach. We don't it's a translation this Guadalupe had a vision a talent and a skill and we translate that into this marketplace that has otherwise unfriendly to that kind of approach and now she kills on her own. Yeah. I get she knows. She has the skill. And the talent you're giving her a business model and the knowledge in the know how to take it to a bigger audience and realistically the social capital, right?.

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Deadly clashes reported amid Bangladesh voting

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Deadly clashes reported amid Bangladesh voting

"Elections reports said many of those killed were opposition activists. The prime minister shake sina is seeking a third. Successive term. The opposition alliance has complained of intimidation and widespread irregularities. You'll get LeMay is in Dhaka even at the booths that I was I saw lots of supporters from prime minister has seen as party wearing caps which had the local candidates face. I couldn't see any such people from the opposition. But nevertheless, what I have to say is that a lot of people at least at that time. When polls just open a lot of people had turned out to vote. So, you know, indeed people here suddenly think th they do have a choice, and they are going out to the polling booths to make that choice. The Colombian Foreign Minister Carla's home as Trujillo census government is investigating a possible plot to assassinate the president event

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