35 Burst results for "Spiring"

Interview With RZA Of The Wu-Tang Clan

Toure Show

03:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Interview With RZA Of The Wu-Tang Clan

"Tell me about this movie. Why? Why? Why this movie now cutthroat city to War Katrina Shamikh it the trailer is amazing. Tell me about this movie long. Hamas. Start talking about the movie without sandbox La Brother a long time acknowledging your hairstyle. Acknowledging each other's beards. Dante Very Long. I haven't cut anything in a while you have accrediting theater while. If you want to acknowledge you the first two time guest on this show. So I appreciate that Bongbong Quantity without grades I got breaks down so That's how we doing anyway a man's treasure to. Talk to you again but this film right here. This is like our this is me really conti myself down as a filmmaker. Based in New Orleans after. Noted with aftermath, of Hurricane Katrina. You Watch. These four young men who have always asked rations in charge of desperation. And desperation. Lead. US down the rabbit hole. Was We all know? And hopefully, the goal of the for me as a filmmaker is spire. Out The desperation what could be desperation? Trauma Nation. And that's kind of you know. Kind of summarize the. Trying to do here. That's what the film is aiming to show. I know you're a student of film. So what are the films that are most inspiring your vision of this one like it did you make a mood board or at least in your mind you're like I wanna take a piece of this piece of this a piece of this and make it my own like what is what is what are the fathers of this? And it is definitely I'll. Be, honest with you small struggle with no in class struggle as young black men in our neighborhood. Movie You saw the Cina. Right I experienced things that he trauma neighborhood apart unanimity and also experienced myself in A. Good Adelaide. And a lot of not getting out and so when I got screenplay got invite the screenplay was led by my buddy all. Ready. ACCOST Hurricane Katrina was a tragic thing for. Country, you know we have to your anniversary of the right now and it thanks don't seem to change much in this country right? A sense of. How fasteners? Post the black community or the community more, it hurts other communities because see right now the fan denic, right but even if this story was set. In Flint, Michigan would water was bad or Saturday Chicago is south bothers is going through the struggles. Or set right on Staten Island Faulk, hill either either place. Is destroyers relevant but this one is set a Katrina and and these guys may turn to that desperation. It becomes. A high school, it will lead the films that kind of. Inspired like you know like feelings I'll turn to. I think John Singleton Boys Hood was a great example of somebody trying to get out. Get the situation, the neighborhood itself what the situation was under holding a man I thought John Degree Job John. Nash Story. You Go back to F Gary Gray or set it off. You know what I'm. Trying. To figure out, you know

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Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | Last month

Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

"Battle in California right now against more than 500 wildfires where firefighters an aircraft from 10 states are helping to Bay Area blazes are the 2nd and 3rd largest wildfires in recent state history. K P I, ex reporter Maria Medina with more as firefighters attacked the Caesar you August lightning complex fire ripping through the Santa Cruz mountains. They also begged residents who refused to evacuate to leave. It's very difficult to maneuver around the spire as it is with the narrow roads and add that public public back back in in there. there. Eyes Eyes very, very, very very difficult, difficult, very very unsafe unsafe for for our our firefighters firefighters and and you you decided decided to to come come back. back. Yeah, Yeah, we we have have to to do do our our property. property. We We have have to to protect protect him. There are

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Implications Of The Spa Industry Being Both Mature And Fragmented

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

03:16 min | Last month

Implications Of The Spa Industry Being Both Mature And Fragmented

"Business Industry lifecycles are pretty much the same they emerge they grow they mature and they decline but somewhere, between maturity in decline is the opportunity to reinvent to reinvigorate to innovate and head off on a new curve on a new industry. And I would argue that with the spiral mystery, we've certainly emerged with only through growth period. So were either at the maturity stage or at the decline stage, and as I've said, many times on this show over the years. I believe we kind of on the tail end of the maturity, curve at best and heading to decline. So we're at that magical infliction innovation point where we need to innovate reinvigorate pivot industry and Head off on a new curve. But one of the interesting characteristics of a mature industry that seems to be missing from the SPA industry is that consolidation now spoken about over the years a few of the consolidation exercises that have happened that been that has been a little bit of consolidation in the industry, but not a lot by and large I was still a fragmented industry and so what are the implications of that? Well I. Think we're seeing a lot of plan right now in the event of A. Downturn in business, there's not enough big plays in the industry because we're fragmented therefore, lot of those smaller players don't have the financial bandwidth to sustain themselves during that downturn in business. Now obviously, right now it's been exacerbated an exaggerated by the current crisis that the reality is that's the way we're at because we haven't achieved consolidation. I think the problem is is going to be a lot of businesses that are just going to disappear dissolve throughout this current crisis and so what then what about consolidation? Well, yes there's an opportunity for consolidation for sure some of the big boys and girls out there can acquire some of the smaller ones. The problem is if we're on the tailend of maturity and potentially hating to decline is an industry why he want to be the biggest player in a declining market doesn't make any sense. So what we need now more than ever, he's to reimagined reinvent reinvigorate pivot whatever would you WANNA use? We need to find the next industry curve to the industry otherwise without the benefit of consolidation being on the tail of maturity, potentially decline and being in an exceptionally difficult situation right now. I think the outlook is pretty bleak. And less we do that unless we innovate unless we pivot and I guess the message is not that it is all doom and gloom because it's not i. think there's a massive opportunity here but I think what I hear too often in this current crisis we'll be okay if we can just see through the next three months six months twelve months however long the corona virus impacts is but the coronavirus vars has just revealed as I think I don't think it's necessarily laid to the current state of the Nation in terms of spire industry but I do think it has revealed us. So don't sit back there and once the corona virus goes everything will be okay. Understand that a best where the Thailand of maturity and if we're at the tail end of the maturity of maturity on the business life cycle industry life cycle curve, then we need to innovate. We need to find the next industry curve for the Spire Street

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The Iroquois Nationals Team | The History of Lacrosse

Iroquois History and Legends

05:09 min | Last month

The Iroquois Nationals Team | The History of Lacrosse

"Hello welcome to Iroquois history and legends. Today we're GONNA be talking about the history of Lacrosse and current status of the Iroquois national team. Today. We don't have just one guest we have multiple group. I'm just going to let them introduce themselves one by one if you gentlemen could just give me a brief background on who you are just a little synopsis on how you're associated with the Iroquois national team. REX LINES MONOLOGUE NATION I've been a Lacrosse player has this as long as I can remember as I could walk at sticking my hand going up on Doug a nation it's been. A big part of my my life, my lifestyle the and I was on the First Leroy national team in eighty three and. Been in three tournaments and. The program at percents. I'm Leon Nolan multiple on Gatien. My mother's Aquasonichowie Mohawks enroll visit. Mohawk will clan. Lamb. I've been involved with your co-nationals across in about early two thousands and then k back. But you're a half ago and serve as the executive, director and board member. and. Tissue late at SMU and while the across like wreck, all my life and Real honor to be a part of the organization again to help with the many challenges facing us. So, we're very pleased to have this opportunity to give him a good historical perspective in a future perspective on warmer. Had IT. For us. And David Brian from the Seneca nation and the wolf clan I grew up playing cross started off with a new toll across went off to college played at Cornell University on a couple of national championship teams. I was also on the I Iroquois national team. And I've been a lifelong participant with your coin nationals as either as a player. Executive, director or board member and I'm still in like brexit it's kind of A. Lifelong journey to have our people be represented in Lacrosse whether it's at the college level professional level or international level. I'm Randy Scott some from six nations on -Tario A maternal clan. Mohawk like these guys are saying, I've started across when. You know I gotta stick when I was born. I've been playing ever since it's a big part of my life I played professional across for. The Georgia. Swarm. the Boston cannons and at the world stage with Uruguay nationals I've been playing with Uruguay national since. Two Thousand Eight Also. Went to Syracuse University got my degree there and. You know. Like these guys are saying, Lacrosse, has been a big part of my life in it's It's awesome. Thank you very much gentlemen. That's a lot of talent and a lot of experience for me growing up in Western. New York every. Year, has a Lacrosse program. Every College in university has lacrosse program, but there might be some people in the country that really might not know what it is or what the history of it is. So which one of you mind giving me a a synopsis of Old, this game is where it came from what the basic just of the rules are by I'll take that question. Well, it's part of our creation story so. know your guess is good as ours. You know it came from the spire creation story came from the Sky World. So in in our cosmology re talk about. Across in all being played in creators land. And before it came down to Turtle Island here. So it's as old as we are as Randy said, you know your mail you're one of three things you're born. You're you're a a speaker which measure speaker of ceremonies language or a singer, the singer of the ceremony or your across Blair. That's how significant across is to our culture. And you always have the exception to the rule where somebody's all And we have real lot of examples of that but let's how important it is to are. inherently. It's part of four yards culture. It's site in part of that responsibility to share the scheme. With others which we've been very successful at. Now, I believe sixty six countries have. Lacrosse organizations within her order states. Within our borders and it's been really I. Think we've done a great job of showing the green game with the many many around the world and or looking forward to continuing that and. One of the. Mainstays who are Bruh given this responsibility directly by the. Sedition confederacy in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three. And we were given that responsibility to golden compete internationally represent the initially in that regard play fair play hard and spread this game around the world.

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Notre Dame Cathedral's organ getting 4-year-long cleaning

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:27 sec | Last month

Notre Dame Cathedral's organ getting 4-year-long cleaning

"The organ that once thundered through Notredame in Paris is being taken apart after that fire the task of dismantling cleaning and reassembling the largest musical instrument in France started today and is expected to last nearly four years. It's an 8000 pipe organ survived the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof and toppled the spire. But the fire code of the instrument in toxic lead dust that now has to be carefully removed. 5

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Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral

On the Media

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral

"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.

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Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story

Israel Story

06:10 min | 2 months ago

Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story

"March twenty second twenty twenty. My heart is broken on Friday night. My worst fears were realized as I watched. My beloved patient are Evan. Take his last breath on earth. To other patients rush to his side with tears in my eyes I watched them instinctively placed their hands on his eyes and recite the Shema prayer. At Him and said goodbye I says holy soul entered the gates of heaven. That's like Gamaa. Normally she's in oncology nurse, but back in March, when covert I hit, Israel will head was one of a handful of nurses transferred to the new corona virus warded. Her Hospital shallots Nick Medical Center in Jerusalem. She worked day and night, following strict isolation protocols that meant among other things wearing full protective gear in ministering care via video intercon's. She was often frightened as were many of her patients. One of them was eighty eight year old Alliott Evan who on March Twentieth Twenty Twenty, sadly became Israel's first covert casualty of at home shallots. They will show Lime Methuselah Hullah Evan Evan Bench morning. Wish antisocial anyhow by Damon Asoka de Corps F. When she'd come home after a shift, a hell would often sit down at her computer and recount her experiences on facebook those posts and will link to a bunch of them on our site. Read Lak- diary. This is her reading the post she wrote right after he passed away. I know what the next step is, and I'm already dreading it. Traditionally when a Jew dies, there's a series of rituals including washing the body that take place, but hunter the now with covert. Everything would be different missile heavily. The Ministry of Health has prepared us with instructions on how to deal with disease covid nineteen patients. We are the first hospital in Israel to implement this protocol. Similar to casualties of biological warfare, our treatment of the body needs to be done in a way that will not endanger us. Because of this there can be no purification or Tahara process. This Jewish. Ritual is sacrificed to protect us and everyone else who will come in contact with him? Me and the other nurse Mahal are responsible for identifying him for burial. will be the last ones to see and care for him physically. My dear Aria. You survived the horrors of the Holocaust immigrated to Israel. Established DEMOC deficit family, and your extraordinary journey ends here in this new word. We hoped we would never have to open. The circumstances of your hospitalization did not allow for your loving family and caretaker to be by your side for us in them. This was heartbreaking from the outside monitored you as closely as we could. We were an off as we watch the other patients care for you, keep you company and help you. However they could. They did not want you to ever feel. Are Yet, I wanna ask you for forgiveness. I'm sorry for how we were required to handle your body. We did our best to preserve your dignity and respect you based on the circumstances I know that it was done to protect us. It was a tremendous food and honor to care for you. When you're a final days, you've touched my heart, the staff and the patients that surrounded you. I know your life would spire the rest of Israel as well. Go to your resting place in peace. Look out for us from about. That fishermen witter no homage Caversham Madam Linda Goal highlights me live Gra, Helga Mar.. A few days later, she posted again this time about two moments one of extreme grief and the other extreme beauty march twenty, eight, twenty twenty. It's been only two weeks since my first shift and Koetter the COVID, nineteen word, and in many ways feels like an eternity. As panic and uncertainty, keep escalating around the globe for me. Personally the pressure and anxiety are quickly building up and it's nothing short of overwhelming. In the span of two weeks, the number of patients in my unit has quadrupled and keeps growing the everyday experiences in the word taking an emotional toll on me. On Friday, a daughter of a critical patient walks into our operations headquarters. Since no family member can go inside the unit. She has come to say goodbye to her L. Father through the video intercom system. She asked me to hold her phone and record their interaction. As I watched her cry and talked her father through a screen I have to physically turn my head to hold back tears. This is heart wrenching to watch I cannot even begin to imagine what it's like for them. At six thirty PM with thirty minutes left until the end of May shift. I'm rushing to finish my last tasks inside the unit. At this point, the moderate patients have all congregated in the middle of the word to do Tabet. I soon realized it's the only permissible Mignon in Jerusalem right now people from all walks of life and across the religious spectrum are singing and rejoicing together as bring in. I! I'm blessed to be witnessing the scene of unity and. I. I already know this. Coming Week is going to present more challenges physically and emotionally, but I know I'm not alone. We're in this fight together. We're going to come out of this stronger and more united as a nation than ever before to stay strong instead home God bless.

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James Montgomery Boice

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 2 months ago

James Montgomery Boice

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we will be in the twentieth century visiting with James Montgomery Boyce. Doctor Boyce was born on July seven, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. He lived in a bedroom community of Pittsburgh. was quite a high school athlete. His Dad was a doctor and position voice for a fine education as a high school student voice was sent to the Stony Brook School and New York. He was mentored by Frank E. Gabe line, Biblical, scholar and theologian in his own right. Well after Stony Brook Voice went to Harvard for his undergraduate, and then he went to Princeton for his give. After that he was on his way to Basel for a PhD in theology while he was in Basel all there were a group of people who pressured him to start a Bible study, and he started a Bible study that became a church and to this day there is an evangelical church there in Basel that great, reformation city. And there's a church there founded by doctor. Boyce well. He graduated from Basel and Nineteen. Sixty six and two years later in nineteen, sixty eight, he was installed as the Minister of Philadelphia's Tenth Presbyterian Church near Rittenhouse Square on Spruce Street and Philadelphia Historic Church its. Spire went way into the sky, and its organ and its pipes could be heard throughout the city on a Sunday morning. Well in the nineteen seventies and nineteen, seventy, four to be exact Boyce started the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. And in those early years people would gather there and intense church to hear John, Gersh ner and a young RC sprawl and J I packer and others, this constellation of reformed theologians in Nineteen, seventy, eight, a number of them joined together informed. The International Council for Biblical and A boy served as the chairman Dr. Scroll served as the President and see put out the Chicago statement on an errand see. They established themselves for a ten year run, and that was the life they had a voice also helped establish the Alliance for confessing evangelicals and nineteen ninety-four. That group stood strong against the evangelicals and Catholics together document, and took a stand for justification by faith alone well, in addition to those organizations. We have the books that doctor. Boyce wrote one of them. Foundations of the Christian faith is his systematic theology. It's billed as a comprehensive and readable theology. He also wrote renewing your mind in a mindless age, and another one of his books to cities to loves is subtitled Christian responsibility and a crumbling culture in addition to those books. He was known for his. Commentaries these of course grew out of his many sermons preached from Nineteen Sixty eight to the year two thousand from the pulpit of Tenth Presbyterian Church. She did a five volume series on John that was published a four volume series on Romans, two volumes on the minor prophets, three volumes on genesis and three volumes on the psalms. They're also commentaries on acts flippy in Nehemiah, Joshua Equations and Philippians and a few more books well Dr Voice was married to Linda. They had three daughters, nineteen, eighty, eighty-two Linda and Dr, Boyce. The city. Centre Academy School there in Philadelphia. On the morning of Good Friday, April twenty, one, two thousand Doctor Boyce was diagnosed with cancer. He died eight weeks later on June fifteen, two thousand. During those eight weeks he had one more thing to write in. There were hymns. He wrote thirteen in all. One of them is entitled Hallelujah. The other come to the waters, an invitation for all who have no money, but are thirsty, and those who have no funds about are hungry to come to the waters to come to the fountain to drink freely of Christ.

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Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:56 min | 3 months ago

Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

"The commercial aerospace supply chain is writing. The sudden collapse, the spring passenger air travel after the outbreak of the latest novel Corona Virus and it's cove in Nineteen, disease has upended fortunes in the airliner manufacturing industry. That matters because commercial aerospace is responsible for about three quarters of the whole aerospace and defense sectors business activity. Cash is king right now throughout the supply chain and companies are struggling to have enough liquidity, according to what several advisors and analysts tell aviation week. while. Liquidity is more of a function of the wider economic downturn inside aerospace. There are even bigger challenges. Where production rates were once being pushed higher now a Williams are slashing them cascading pressure down the supply chain. At the L. A. M. in the top tier level. It has probably never been more important to have insight into your supply chain. Joining me to talk about that need, and what to do about it are John Schmidt? The Global Andy Lead at Accenture and Joyce Klein. Accenture leader in applied intelligence in the North American amd practice John Joyce. Welcome back. Thanks might go good to be back so John let me start with you. It seems obvious that OEM's and tier ones want insight into their suppliers. But while that was always true, I used to be about making sure that there were no bottlenecks that slowed or stop record high production now things chain what of new conditions that demand and customers pay better attention to their supply chain. Might go and in many ways the aerospace industry you know has a clear split between the companies that are working in the Corso world, and does indefens- you in the commercial. As you say, you know the concern used to be, we have a supply constrained world with very predictable demand, right always pushing for more trying take need those increased rates pushed by Boeing and. and Airbus and in the current world that's changed dramatically to being more of a supply volatile with unpredictable demand in the defense and space side of things you know things have largely remained in a predictable demand with an increased supply chain volatility, so by just keep looking at those things, predictability and the the constraint or volatility the spy chain. That's where the primary differences. And Commercial. We know that demand is going to be directly related to the bounce back of commercial air travel and the relative rates airlines choose to bring back stored aircraft versus take more efficient models on order from the OEM's causing more volatility in and demand, variability and defense. It's a bit different again. Demand Israel remained and the supply chains been impacted by Kobe in some cases they're tier one two or three companies, who source both commercial and defense or trying to generate cash to cover expenses and other cases, local Cobra outbreaks, and our common actions are impacting the spires ability to deliver on schedule, known both cases, aerospace and defense companies need. To deal with all totally like never before whether commercial or defense. So Joyce. Last time John and I talked here on Chuck six with. He kind of gave me the peak and do some new technology you all were working on. It's a new capability to peer into the supply chain including using an algorithm approach that allows more predictive insight, potentially even the ability to hotspot. What factories might be in trouble in the future? Can you tell us a little bit about what accenture is working on? And how does this work? Yes, absolutely Michael Accenture? We've been working with our clients in the supply chain area for many years using analytics and machine learning. In fact, if you go back to last year's pariser show in our accenture shall a. we had a digital showcase. Demo that focused on intelligence supply chain, and what this demo is a together machine, learning and artificial intelligence, and we used I at supply chain Europe e data to really understand delivery delays identify missing parts. We also looked at the opportunity for Automation Muller. Doing now is we're bringing together? All Lot of data sets and we're using artificial intelligence to help companies deal with the increase in volatility manage. Manage uncertainty and really get at supplier resiliency. That's really the core of what our solution is all about now so for North, America a and D client what we've done is we've taken and artificial intelligence engine that uses the supplier Jadot and what we're trying to do. We're actually working to predict the number of days late or a particular part, and we're doing that by bringing together a supplier. Number roaches order number eleven worry day in quantity, combination you all that information, Heather actually identify the number of as laid the opulent part is going to be and so by knowing the number of days way them. What were able to do is fight and determine. Do I have enough inventory? As coverage or that? Particular part is ultimately if I Joan I need to make additional decisions around production, and so what? We've been able to do with our solution. Experience up to ten percent improvement apart availability production. And we're also able to change the role of the delivery service analyst. Previous lanes individuals really operating. All here. Allergy by getting parts then wall really. Burning that role inches, someone that now uses ena an ai a better and improve sagem around artists that are going to chase I which parts are actually GonNa come in on Hind. So is a big ship in

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Jockey Luca Panici Ready for His First Belmont Stakes

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:25 min | 3 months ago

Jockey Luca Panici Ready for His First Belmont Stakes

"The rail to your radio fierce is horse racing radio network. forelegs on run dusty run. It's run dusty run in second. Third they're carrying the finish line. Still Seattle slew, and he's open it up, too. Easy Goer gets by four. Silence remains in. Of France is third, it's New York keys ego or in front, welcome to the equine forum presented by Woodbine Entertainment. Twenty six years. It's just one long. Up Suck. Coming. Finish Cats Marty job. Here come on I don't just passed. Back staked justify still there. Justify from Husky fit just perfect. Just been. Justified thirteen triple. Now? Here's Mike Penta. Well two weeks ago, I opened this program by saying happy. Belmont stakes day. June sick of course would have been the traditional placing the Belmont and the first leg of this year's triple crown. Had things actually remained as scheduled well here we are June twentieth, and I once again get to say. Happy Belmont stakes day to everyone throughout hr, a nation, good morning and welcome to the show that launched a network, the equine forum presented by Woodbine entertainment here on the Horse Racing Radio Network, Mike Penner Baron of the backstretch. Happy to have all of you tuning in across North America on Sirius to Nineteen Xm, two, oh, one on our affiliates in Lexington Louisville, and across the country, and all of you listening digitally. You're doing that on our website at horse, racing radio DOT net. Well the quote, unquote triple Crown Begins Today. And for the first time in the history of the series, the Belmont is going to be run as the first leg. And as most of you know the distance. Has Been shortened this year from the demanding mile and a half test of the champion to a mile in eighth. And keep in mind. At Belmont. That's a one turn. Mile and an eighth race, so a completely different type of Belmont stakes than we're used to seeing. I've mentioned before that. The Belmont has been run. This is not without precedent. The Belmont has been run. At a mile and an eighth two other times in its history, but those were all the way back in eighteen, ninety, three and eighteen, ninety four, so hasn't happened in recent memory. Our exclusive radio coverage of the Belmont stakes here on HR. End Begins at four o'clock eastern today with a thirty minute broadcast the grade, one acorn that broadcast brought to you by Breeders Cup, and then at four thirty. We kick off our network coverage of the one hundred fifty second Belmont in partnership with NBC Sports Audio Network, and that portion of our coverage comes your way from four thirty to six o'clock eastern. It's presented by red brand fence and twin spires, and looking forward to that. coverage coming up later today that show by the way at four thirty, also going to feature the grade one Jaipur, which is a winning, you're

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From The City To The Megalopolis

Travel with Rick Steves

05:48 min | 3 months ago

From The City To The Megalopolis

"It's amazing to think that. In the nineteenth century about three percent of humanity lived in cities and today. That number is fifty percent, and it's growing rapidly. We live in the age of the Megalopolis. We're going to talk about that now with Dr, Salvatori satis Dr set. This is an emeritus professor of the history of classical art and archaeology at the school normality superiore in Pisa in Italy. He's an archaeologist and art historian. He's the chairman of the Louvre Museum. Scientific Council his the author of several books on art. Art History and he's known as the conscience of Italy for his role in spot, leading the neglect of it all national cultural heritage. His book is if Venice dies, and it's a look, not only at in the struggles, Venison the twenty first century, but at the increasing urbanisation of civilization general doctor says thanks for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. Can you talk about if finished is? How much of it is about Venice? And how much of it is it about the changing urban landscape across the planet? Well my intention in writing. This book was to focus on Venice. In order to make people meditate about what's going on on on a global scale about what I would call the shape the form of the city Savannah's. Sample account that example, contrasting some of the most disturbing. Of Urbanization in our current world end, it is quite dramatic. What's going on in your book? You explain there are fifteen megalopolis. That have over twenty million people is the advent of these massive cities twenty million people cities people have to live somewhere is is that a good thing or a bad thing? Why does it concern you well? I'm concerned about the quality of life. Those people because although this organization may look something that happens naturally, it is also prompted by economic forces. It is a concentration of workforce. which is not necessarily living in good conditions in order to create profit for a very low number of people, so it's the usual formula ninety nine percent, the best one percent, the megalopolis is a consequence of a complication of the world, the general commodification of the world that includes to an increasing extent human beings. This is just a very efficient thing for the elites to have a concentration of workforce where people who will be able to work cheaper and produce more by being right there at the center of production. Is that what? What you're saying, produce more and also by more become consumers, because workers are simultaneously consumer, so there is a a bishop's or two, if you so wish seal between being workers and consumers and I, think that there are two your which are combined, and normally one is made. Opera is the big over-centralisation to the other one is the verticalisation of AF- architecture. May Boca Use a? It's an example Chung Ching in China which had the six hundred thousand people in the nineteen thirty s and now thirty four million people living in it. I talked to contrast this with a different. Format Orbis or shape of the city. A form of the city in which that is some sort of harmony of balance between the body of the citizen and the body of the city where the citizen doesn't feel The one thing I'm saying is that it is good that we presser diversity in urban form and preserving diversity means among other things saving and saving the other historical see also because there is in even more. More disturbing feature of urban farming cities taking shape in in our time, and that is the fact that wide ancient cities. Historical CDs had a boundary around the city in the case of Venice Lagoon, case of other cities, the walls around the city now the boundaries around the boundaries of the city are being gradually substituted by boundaries within the city which has boundaries between the gentrified areas. For. The Hey and the have nots. You can see that in Paris very well. This can impact is. Also in Rome or in Milan dimension, Italian cities, the gated communities are increasingly frequent all around the world, but the gated communities are for those who are wealthy or relatively wealthy, while the other people are condemned to live in favelas. Zeal or in in be don't be like this aim French. I'm just thinking of Paris. I was just in Paris with a group. And I was explaining how they protect the center of Paris where everything is the months heart, scale you know six or eight story tall monster building, so you can see the domes, and you can see the spires, and you can see the Eiffel Tower and then right when you get to the periphery. Periphery this big boulevard that circles the city outside of that. It's just no-holds-barred, and it's like keeping the Cadillac Bay outside of that periphery. It's forced of skyscrapers within that you've got the elegance of the classic people friendly city that is in a sense, a gated community, because it's unaffordable for lot of people, and they end up outside a town in the rougher downtrodden neighborhoods. This is what's going on. Your description is absolutely perfect I think. But this involves a separation with inside, which is socially potentially very dangerous for the future. which is not precisely what I would call democracy.

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The Power of Asking for Help

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:36 min | 3 months ago

The Power of Asking for Help

"Hey guys denotes hardy here. I know a lot of you. Listening to this podcast are not necessarily in a leadership role today. That you hope to be. Your hungry to grow and learn and figure out. How at some point, you can have more responsibility to carry the water. Well I'll tell you. My own story I I've been with Ramsey solutions for about sixteen years and I started here not in a leadership role, but it really entry level sales position I done sales before I, enjoyed sales, but kind of always aspired to the leadership thing. But I didn't have a lot of background in that I was really young. I actually had dropped out of school and. Everything that I've learned about leadership really has been the result of mentors and coaches. And other people who were leading giving me advice along the way. In fact, I don't think I'd be in leadership had I not early on developed the habit of asking for help. On talk about the power of asking for help. If you WANNA learn something. You can learn anything you want to learn. And I believe in books and I believe in online courses and all that kind of stuff is really good, but if you really WANNA learn. You've got to find people who are great at the thing you want to be great at. And get their time and get on their radar and ask them to push into you to make you a better leader. That's how this works. If I can look at anything as a habit. That I can point to go if I could reduce it all down to this is the advice I would give to any young spiring leader. It would be the habit of every day every week asking for help. Asking for Hey, can I get lunch with you an interview and ask you some questions and then going back and actually putting that stuff into practice, not just one time, not just one mentor that anybody you can find and let me tell you. Everybody can teach you something even if they're not formally in a leadership roller, even if you wouldn't adopt, every aspect of their life isn't what you aspire to. You can learn something from everybody, and so if you're teachable in, you're hungry and you apply this habit. You'RE GONNA transform. You'RE GONNA. Become a better team member. You're going to become better leader. Here's why this is so powerful. When you ask for help, it communicates that you're hungry. It also shows that you WANNA grow. And in my experience, it's so rare for people to actually say. Hey. Can I get time with you and go to lunch and learn? It's so rare that you're gonNA. Stand out among your peers. So, when an opportunity comes up, you're going to be a little bit more top of mind with the decision. Makers who are thinking about who can help us with this project is somebody that we can hand this ball to. They'll run with it and prove they got what it takes, and that's the stuff that that shows everybody. I think I have this leadership potential thing, and it gives you a playing field to actually run on so. Here's the thing that. I got to give you a little bit of like from my side of the seat today. Because I'm fortunate that been leading for Awhile and now people are asking me on a regular basis. Can I go to lunch? Pick your mind. It's never this profound thing and I don't have all the answers, but but I do get asked a lot and there's very few people that do what are about to tell you that I think is really the secret sauce. There's plenty of people who asked when people say. Can we go to lunch and Envisat and I'm always happy to do that. But the number of people that afterwards. Actually. Follow through on what we talked about. It's actually pretty rare. And if somebody who wants to know that my time is spent doing things that are fruitful and really adding value. The ticket to continuing to get time with somebody you know somebody that you want them to be a mentor of Yours. If you just take him to launch an ask questions, and then don't ever talk to him again or don't let them know that you appreciate the value of what they gave you. Odds are the probably not GonNa Continue to mentor you, but if you want to continue to get their time, it's really simple. He got do afterwards as cinema. Thank you. Let them. Know How much you valued which has talked about? The second thing is go freaking. Apply what you learned. Go put it in practice whatever they told you to do. Go do it. And then here's the key. Two to three months later. And is super rare I've had this happened a few times. Just let me up when I got these notes, but Sinon note saying here's what I've been doing. Over the last two to three months, we had launched the other day. Here's what you told me. Here's what I went back and did. Here's the value at created in my life. I get that from somebody. They're going to get lunch anytime they want. They're going to on my schedule. They're going to be on the list of people that get around the gatekeeper because I know that they're actually going to follow through in their hungry enough to go do what we talked about. So if you want to get ahead in your career, if you want to level up and become a leader and take on more responsibility. Communicate. You're hungry. Show people. You want to grow show. We'll do whatever it takes. Meet them wherever they're at on their schedule. You meet them at their favorite restaurant. You meet them at six in the morning. If that's what's convenient for them, you sacrifice whatever it takes to go out and get in front of them and do it in a way that's convenient for them and then follow through. Let them know that you actually replying the stuff that this mentor. This coach, whoever it is the advice they gave you because they're giving out advice. All the time and a lot of people aren't listening to them, and if you listen to him, he'll show him that you'll listen into You're going to get more of their time more. The time is going to mean more conversations where you get the tools that you need to grow do that. Work your those muscles. You're going to become a leader.

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Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:09 min | 4 months ago

Craig Tiley - Australian Open Tournament Director and Tennis Australia CEO

"Welcomed episode forty eight of the functional tennis podcast. This week we have the great pleasure of speaking to Craig tightly. Ceo of tennis. Australia and director of the Aussie Open. Craig tells us all about his coaching success in college tennis in the states and then move and Australia to work for tennis Australia and the different jobs. He's done there. We also talk about the challenges of the current Cova situation on looking at Grand Slams and the Aussie Open in twenty twenty one. He tells us the first time you met Roger Federer and we've to gray questions sent into a spire instagram fons. It's a great episode. Hope you enjoyed before we get started. Make sure to go over to our new. Instagram account called functional tennis podcast. And give us a follow shed into a podcast sponsors head. I've been using head rackets and says a kid I I had Agassi's ownby racket. Which absolutely loved. I've been using heads on and off really ever. Since but mainly used the radical tried to use the prestige. But I find a wasn't really couldn't always struggle on the double handed pack and with it the radical for me less a bit more room for errands bit more stable for me. So thank you guys. Okay let's talk the Craig. Hi Craig how are you good? Thanks for talking to you from the other side of the world. I. It's amazing top. You're on board. It's really big privilege. Heavy speaking here on. Yes well thank you very much couch to find that Albert. How you became the talk. Mind an tennis Australia and wound most of man in tennis anytime you speak to tennis player. They rave about what you've still not the OSCE open so can't wait to hear Beth dot before we get started. Let's talk a little bit about your early tennis career. I know you're very successful coach in the states head. Did you get involved agenda in the states or let me start out by saying it's always difficult to talk about these things in the context of the of the current climate that we ran and And having to isolate and Dual of things that we need to do to protect health system so so I apologize to beat but late to the call because as you would not which is handled. I in front of the screen on video conferences. But it's all good but Allsteel question out against the US. I was a young kid loved the game and I started later when he starred thirteen four. She was considered extremely nights. And I. I had aspirations to be a a great to be a tennis player and I loved it. I love training playing and was never realized that call and was fortunate. Enough to grow rails. That early enough This trying to make it through the twenties thirties. So one-sided centerstage Katie Myself and finished from military service on the obligations. I had to do in South Africa. Right got on the plane and went to Europe the tennis there and then an answer. GonNa go to the US and get an education. And I went with plans to stay four years and ended up staying for Dean so I think that's kind of be my modus operandi. Chris time they happened will strata was Kinda come for a few years. I being sixteen says I'm getting constant and helping and really enjoying you're making a statement wherever you go on your coach so you end up your coach successful coach at Illinois Your Coach Year Multiple Times. How did you move into coach? Well I think You when you have love the game. I'm made people in this report cost wooden and These many different career opportunities. You haven't you can be administering coaching and playing and officiating at it is. And it's such a global sports go to common language as the lines of the ten school. The highest the net that determine that commonality around the world his great battle. I did match my my love of the game with my desire to help people and those two things came. Together and I agree deal of personal fulfillment and professional satisfaction out of helping other than using vehicle for that. And when you love what you do You willing to constantly always improve and in the lookout for ways to get better and learn from others and and And I look back in hindsight down I think on on reflection and I think that because two things the desire to help people and the love of the game I was able to learn a lot and And we spoke to their slam today and I think that is one of the one of the most of being able to be lucky. Enough have had some success so the coaching side. I loved and I always did enjoyed like challenging the status quo and I enjoyed being told that things wouldn't happen. And when you star they wanted to physicist coaches ahead who was the famous Stuart Doyle from From the University of Arkansas was great to have stood for the team. We started the success and a period of thirteen years. We took a college program from no age of the best in the country for quite a few years and ended up having some many players that went on really well. Kevin Anderson from South Africa was one of the top five in the world recently. And so we've had. It's it's been divorced. Plays that success in fun to watch. The Program says the success that it did but it was. Secret is wakeup rewarding. Do the best you can do. People will treat them how you wanted to be treated because you always going to be decided runaway do on the way down and just look as hard as you can see because look for improved. Button could come. It's a long journey on a short June. I completely agree with you. The daily grind getting open put into hard work. But just getting back to you mentioned dodd. Some listeners here. We solicit snarled and they all know stuey dial of his great tennis abilities. What was he liked back in the day? All should say knows to you'll identify sanity mall. One thing that he did teach the ethics I'll never forget it. It's still resonates with me as what it takes to win a points and what it takes to be good and amount of effort and pain in the work. You've got to go through to do that and His attitude is competitive attitude on On improvement rubbed off. Funny Everyone Cussin' that's why everyone loved because by him and always say you is one of the few met. That's would be willing to go through the same pain himself To prove the others what it is versus telling you what to do.

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5 Cathedrals

5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 4 months ago

5 Cathedrals

"On this episode of five minutes in Church history. We are going on quite the journey. Let's explore five cathedrals in Europe ready. Well we'll start in Florence at the Santa Maria del Flora or the Duomo di Ferenza as Tian's would call it. This cathedral was started in twelve ninety six. It was finished in fourteen thirty six and one of the final structures that was put into place for this Cathedral. Was the famous dome. It was designed and built by Brunelleschi. Who had studied geometry and physics but for much of it by his own account. He relied on his own intuition. And well it worked The Dome was built in. It still lasts. It's made of brick. It has its white ribs in its terra cotta tiles and it serves as such a great backdrop for so many spy movies. So I'm sure you've seen it or the site of that Cathedral. There and Florence goes all the way back to a church that was likely dedicated in three ninety-three by none other than ambrose of Milan and that's the cathedral at Florence. Well let's keep moving. We'll go to Paris and to Notre Dame in two thousand nineteen. It was all over the news. Of course because of that fire it will take millions to rebuild and it will take many years to it as restored. It was first built back in eleven sixty three it epitomizes that ribbed vault and flying buttress style those cathedral structures that are so crucial. It was the site of a temple to Jupiter and the early Roman days and then it was a church and then it was a cathedral in seventeen ninety three. This is the time of the French Revolution. It was rededicated no longer as a church but as the cult of reason and all of the statues to marry were replaced and they were replaced by Statues Lady Liberty Well. It stood that way for many decades and then along came a novel. Victor Hugo's the hunchback of Notre Dame in eighteen thirty one and when that novelist published drew attention to the cathedral and its restoration so Paris. Well let's travel a little north and let's go up the Rhine River and let's go to Cologne. Germany and Statistics abound about this cathedral in Cologne. Germany are you ready? It is the tallest twin spires church in the world. It is the second tallest church in Europe and it is the third tallest church in the world. Those twin spires reached five hundred sixteen feet. Construction began in twelve sixty four. Here's a statistic for you. It has one hundred eighty five thousand square feet of space. This is a huge building. It was so huge that the allied bombers use those twin spires as a landmark further bombing raids during World War Two. The cathedral survived it. Took some hits but it survived in. It stood in a pile of rubble that was the city of Cologne. If you go there today you can climb all the way up to the top for viewing platform. If you're willing to climb five hundred and thirty three stone steps you can also hear. It's eleven massive bells. The largest of those bells weighs twenty four tons. Well let's cross the English Channel and we'll go over to London to Westminster Abbey. Westminster Abbey has a number of people buried in it and the number of people memorialized in it. Over three thousand people have plaques inside Westminster Abbey and many of them are actually buried there. Isaac Newton the poet Robert Browning kings and Queens and princesses and princes and of course inside Westminster Abbey in Jerusalem chamber in the sixteen forties. We have the writings of the Westminster standards. Well let's reach north a little bit. We've gone from Florence to Paris to Cologne to London. Let's go to Edinburgh to Saint Giles. Cathedral it dates back to eleven twenty four. But it's glorious. Moment came in the sixteenth century. It was the seat of the Scottish reformation in fifteen fifty nine. John Knox was installed as minister at Saint Giles. What a great story. What a great story. All of these cathedrals have to

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COVID 19 Travel News

The World Nomads Podcast

09:23 min | 4 months ago

COVID 19 Travel News

"Welcome to the war nomads podcast. We'll be keeping you up to date travelers information about Coronado answering some uplifting news views to inspire you and keeping smiling took I. It's true with you. Those topics energy analyst in lockdown in Paris. Thought I feel Italy. What is happening on? Well social distancing and wearing masks is still required in Italy. It has said child to lockdown while at least most of their structures there in face to of locked down where they can leave their homes for less urgent reasons including exercising impacts and visiting relatives and some of those people have been locked emphasis being like eight ten weeks. Jesus came to get outside. Wouldn't you? Yeah we'll what other? Headlines have forced to speaking of face masks it's now compulsory to wear a face mask on. Moist. Us Airlines American Airlines United Delta and Frontier Airlines. Join jetblue in the order. Look after initially signed Feis Moss provided protection the CDC changed its mind and recommends they used to prevent people who are affected. But don't know it from spreading the corona virus hints. The idea of wearing face masks when you are apply no in the terminal a look speaking of American Airlines. They've posted a whopping two point. Two billion dollar loss for the three months of the years I fought but that saying it's not the end for the add that side. I've got six point. Eight billion in the quantity for the current quarter and government is another Money that's coming in. I reckon they'll rise that to eleven billion in liquidity into the second quarter so then Guyana and talked soon we would hook. One of the world's most popular tourist sites has had a ninety nine point five percent drop in visits in April. It's Cambodia's ankle what which normally takes in seven million dollars a month in phase but with just six hundred fifty visitors last month the takings were poultry thirty thousand dollars to there that suicide for that economy. Yes they rely on older people all around ankle. What who yes yes. That's that's not even taking into account that loss of money for all of those people there as we NI- tourism and travel with temperatures of GDP. This people survive exactly but pre convert remember though talks that they were going to restrict the number of visitors to anchor. What because of tourism. Yeah two point six million people in las GSA. It's probably yeah. It's bad for the people who try to make a livelihood from around it but You know maybe it's time to reset on those things in control nights. I love finally. I've got some good corona virus needs for you Beijing's Forbidden City is. I've been to the public for the first time. Since January twenty fifth Visited THEY TEMPERATURE. Take him when they come in and I have to show that. They are covered free and healthy vira verification. App on their fine and there's a sign of things to come in the future. I think we're all going to have to get something some sort of verification that we covered fray before we can go into public places in travel bets the new. GonNa use air quotes new normal. You know they got. I can't I lane. Show is a journalist and photographer. Who prior to the pandemic would travel nine months out of the year beautiful? But he's currently in lockdown in Paris. I lived here for the past five years in so I it feels like home and gives them American. I didn't want to be in the US with the healthcare. They have it kind of sucks because most of my family's stuck in Seattle in it's been just messed it. Actually you doesn't yeah So Seattle was one of the first places where it was pretty bad or like Seattle area So I have like neighbors who are doctors who have their first doctors to fall. Ill And I was back home in February. Visiting my parents can also do an assignment and I had an injection and I try to go see a doctor. And it was the prices just exorbitant. Like thousand two hundred dollars just to get a doctor to look at my. I get a prescription so I just can't even imagine what it's like to deal with co bit right now as an American. So you're in lockdown which means you can't even go to restaurants and enjoy food no so everything is closed except for the essentials. They're quite strict about it. Because the cops. I live in the center of Paris and the cops have been actively I guess. Checking with people I went out yesterday for the first time because my laptop screen shattered on over the weekend. Which is so unfortunate. Never happened once. My life and Apple France has no way of fixing it side to find like a third party person of exit and I went out for the first time yesterday and it was terrifying. Explain that what was terrifying about it. I I'm reporting a lot of stuff for US news source new sites right now and so. I'm really up to date with like everything. Cove it And so I was reading a report from Finland about how like even sixteen might not be enough of distance. So it's a bike a four kilometers away yesterday to drop off my and people outside. Were not respecting social distancing A lot of people aren't wearing masks. Their parts of the city with half open produce shops and it was filled with people I was biking to dodge other people on the streets. A lot of cars have stopped respecting driving rules. I don't drive never driven in my life so I don't know what they are but I know for a fact. You should not be you turning wherever you want. I was on my bike. Like dodging cars as well It just seems very foreign world outside. It's society I don't recognize anymore now. You're also photographer. Are you documenting any of this? Not only for you sort of personal history but the back in the US. So I did a story. Few weeks ago for business insider about the first few days of walk down so yes I was documenting actively I'm still shooting from my window I just. I don't feel comfortable at all going outside. I've severe asthma even before this started like I'm always sick with like my lungs. I I just don't want to be outside right now I'm trying my best. I have a food diary with those going on of the foods. I'm eating at home Documenting life in my fifty square meters apartment as much as I can buy also fell like this crippling anxiety Trying my best to balance it out and I've been reading a lot about like why creatives don't feel very productive right now or anyone. Actually I was reading about grief at the beginning of how we're grieving like the old world and society we used to know. That's a bit much but now I've really under I think that's what it is like. I go through these weird cycles. I've never experienced really before. The other part is that my partner and I are in lockdown together. And he's a very logical person in. He's just doing what he has to do going to work from his off from our couch every day on like he's just like it's out of my control whereas I'm like spires really on my own. How do you think travel is going to change? Eilly the thing. The weird thing is that I travel so much so in the past three or four years. I've graduated from photography school. I was travelling like nine months of the year. And it's weird. I have like a background in conservation. Biology some all about being ECO friendly. I was just like Kinda gross out by how much I was traveling. Bozo where the The travel world was heading towards it was just too much like all these people taking weekend trips like for me. Traveling is about really understanding place and it requires time and so I told all editors I would not be traveling as much this year and so for me. It feels just like the perfect storm like I now don't have to explain to everyone. I'm not traveling as much. I've ING moving forward. We won't be traveling as much. We'll be chopping in a more thoughtful way. Which is a good thing definitely. I'm worried about all the people I've written about who works who make their income off tourism. That's one of the scariest things for me. And I have lots of family. Also still in Korea and Korea's kind of ahead of everyone else with the pandemic I would say and even they who have mostly under control people aren't moving as much So I think we won't be traveling for like a good year until the viruses totally controlled which means we have a cure or vaccine.

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What Happens When Spa Becomes A Liability For The Hotel

Trent365

02:37 min | 5 months ago

What Happens When Spa Becomes A Liability For The Hotel

"Today what happens when SPA becomes a liability for the hotel a bit. That's a question. Many of you thought you'd never have to answer. But as you know yesterday was our first day back after. Forty-seven nine locked down here in Malaysia. And we started off on new normal with coal from our hotel partners to say they need to cancel the spire agreement because they now consider us a liability now to be clear the reason they consider us a liability is this specific. Hotel has just got a contract to become a quarantine hotel from the government. Part of the conditions were that they can't have SPA. Interestingly though they actually see this is such a long term thing for them that they didn't want to just to spend the contract felt that they'd better off just to cancel the whole thing now whilst identity early that specific example of being a liability. He's GonNa Point most people because as I've mentioned before the good news out of this crisis that it has an originating spa. There hasn't been a massive outbreak in spas so as a result of that people don't look to spas anymore than anywhere else as the cause of this virus but as we know proximity is one of the big drivers of this virus. And of course we're all about proximity so whilst you may not be in a situation where you're spire is going to become a liability for the hotel. The days of US being a hands down I said to the hotel might being question. There's going to be a number of cultures and countries and cities where spas on maybe not going to bounce back in a big way in a Bihari mainly because of this proximity issue. And so what you've got to start thinking about how you're going to position yourself and you'll facility in your services and your offerings in. This new norm a spoken about this for years. That hotel spas need to evolve pretty quickly. I think this is going to accelerate that process. There's a little will come by website tomorrow. Spa pulling to that. Nicole means below talking. About how the spouse tomorrow is twenty percent of what it is today. Eighty percents something different. I think about that in all seriousness. You really need to stop thinking about it. As I said some countries some cities are going to bounce back pretty much to normal when it comes to hotel spas but I do think we're going to have to prove our worth a lot more than maybe we have in the past anyway. That is it for today. I do think if your time and I will be back again tomorrow.

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Notre Dame Fire; Pilgrim Trails

Travel with Rick Steves

05:29 min | 5 months ago

Notre Dame Fire; Pilgrim Trails

"Let's start today's show remembering the impact of the fire. That damaged Notre Dame cathedral in Paris one year ago with thirteen million visitors a year. The medieval masterpiece had attracting more visitors than Saint Peter's Basilica Elaine Sciolino correspondent in Paris since two thousand and two and she describes how the river that surrounds Notre Dom came to the rescue in her book. The Sam the river that made Paris Elaine. Thanks for joining us. Where were you and I know how much you love Paris? What was it like when you heard about the fire at the Notre Dame on April fifteen twenty nineteen? I live in Paris Rick and I happened to have been in New York at the time and I was in an office building and suddenly looked at a TV screen and there was CNN with the Notre. Dom Inflames I mean my city by cathedral and I was so my first questions were did anyone die and was it terrorism and once it was just established that it was a terrible accident and no one died. I was relieved because I was confident. Even at that very moment that it would be rebuilt. Maybe different but it would survive. It had to yeah now you were probably celebrating the fact that you've got this wonderful book. The send the river that made Paris just coming out in actuality in a Lotta ways. It was the send that enabled the firefighters to save the Cathedral. Well I got a phone call from my husband who was watching all of this on French TV in Paris and he said Lane. You're not gonNA believe this but I'm watching television and there is a boat that seems to be pumping water up to the firefighters on the land into the Cathedral. And I knew at that moment I had to write another chapter about the Senate and its role in helping to put out the fire at Notre Dumb. Thank God they had access to all that water when you think of the structure of a Gothic Cathedral. A lot of people don't realize it but there's huge oak beams there's a whole structure between the ceiling and the roof and it's the network of Oak Beams. The roof would be a lead covered roof. Eight hundred years old. I've seen in museums gargoyles with molten lead spewing out their mouth you know cooling and freezing their when you've had a fire like this. I mean it's just a nightmare when I've got the cathedral bursts into flames. I agree one hundred percent with you. It was an absolute nightmare and it affected people in very strange ways being people who had no real religious connection with Notre Dom we're weeping in the streets and people around the world were mourning the fact that this edifice that too many represents the heart and soul of Paris was on the verge of destruction. No I understand that the nineteenth century spire which in your chapter you you say has five hundred tons of Oak. Two hundred and fifty tons of lead fell three hundred feet crashing to the ground. It's amazing that the entire church didn't collapse A lot of people don't realize that stone gets compromised in heat and giant stone. Buildings can fall down because of a fire with the firefighters who belonged to the French military. They're not part of the city of Paris Force went into action as if it was a military operation and the commander of the firefighters sent some of his team into the burning north tower risking their lives to try to cool down that tower. Which we still don't know one year later. Is it completely intact or does it need to be supported in some way? Now that must have been quite a dramatic decision because you can stand back and make sure nobody is endangers way and then the tower would have collapsed or you can send your firefighters in risking a situation like on nine eleven when the trade towers collapsed and all the firefighters inside would perish again. Thank goodness five. Hundred firefighters participated. They took the bold move they rushed in. They called the church and they say the north tower will general galet. Who is the commander of the firefighters spent time in Afghanistan and he had studied also the nine eleven tragedy in the United States? But he had to go to the president of France to get permission to send his firefighters in. Anybody told the president is if we don't do this. We're half an hour away from Notre Dom collapsing. That is amazing. You know we can more in the church. We can love the church but as hard get into the heart in the mind of Parisians. What does it mean to Paris? I mean it just seems like of course. You've got the zero point in front right. Everything is majored in France from the Notre Dame. Its place where they're kings have been coronated through the centuries in so many ways it's the cultural heart of the city even back before the advent of Christianity there was a temple. Can You Peter Right there? Can you talk a little bit about the Notre Dame as that heart and soul of the Great City of Paris? Notre Dame is on the field unless he tae which was where Paris was created. It's the very origin of Paris. Need sits there as not only a beautiful historical monument to museum but it sits there as the absolute essence of Paris So for French Catholics. It's a place of worship but for the rest of the French nation. It's really the origin of their capital city.

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Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'

Short Wave

08:07 min | 5 months ago

Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'

"All right first up bird brained again. People say this when they're implying somebody needs to get it together or they're scattered. Yeah clearly not a compliment right so for more on this you talked to Corinna newsom. Hello Hi Emily. Yeah Hey how are you? I'm good how are you good? Good my name's emily. Corinne is a Grad student at Georgia Southern University studying birds and before that she was zookeeper she's got a deep well of experience to draw upon for today's episode. What's your relationship with that phrase bird brained? I usually get a little bit offended when I hear the word bird brained as a person who spent a lot of time training birds For the purpose of education and showing off natural behaviors. I've gotten a chance to look very closely. At how birds think and understanding the way that they think and being very impressed with their cognition and so when I hear people use bird brained as an insult. I am. Dan Personally insulted. You gotta stand by Your burs. Starting off strong. I mean you gotta set the tone. Okay trusted expert. Witness Carina newsom approaching the bench. Hit us with that sweet sweet evidence. Carina SAYS BIRDS ARE OVERALL PRETTY SMART. Cognition depends on the species of course but birds in the Corbett family like crows and Ravens are wicked smart. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. They can memorize faces. They were Super Cool. Experiments on that in some crows can make tools which is usually associated with primates. Correct and you know what other birds are. Smart Parrots. They are incredibly social animals. They are also very skilled at mimicry. At recognizing even memorizing patterns At picking up on behavioral cues from humans. Corinna says that parents are tough pets precisely because they're so smart you have to give them mental stimulation and if you don't they're going to occupy themselves which oftentimes may end up looking like biting your furniture tearing apart your shoes wreaking havoc on your home here. It's need constant mental stimulation or else. It's just havoc and all of this has to do with connections inside their brains. Do I smell little data? Kwon Oh you. Do you better believe you do so a couple of years ago. This study came out that looked at brains across different types of birds songbirds parrots various birds of prey and the study looked closely at this part of the brain called the medial spira form nucleus which helps connect the Sara Bellum to the Tel and south one. Zero Bhalla is at the back of the brain deals with muscle movements balance. That kind of stuff. Do you know what that is yet? Yeah I know stuff kwong. Okay fine well do you know at the Telegraph. Alana's I yes. Go read do go right ahead. What is it okay. All right Gimme second. There's a lot of stuff in the brain Yeah it's this really intricate set up structures in the brain that are required for some of the most complex and evolved functions. Yeah you clearly. Google that With I can't you're breaking up on going through a tunnel. Ma'am you're in a closet? You can't be gone through the same time all right anyway. Moving on the key here. Is that the bridge connecting these two parts. The medial spire form. Nucleus and birds is a mark of strong cognitive abilities and parrots have an unusually large medial spiral form nucleus for their size so the birds have small low noggins but really advanced Lil Naga. Oh yeah good point. That was my follow up question to this research. Carino was talking about two and so despite the fact that birds have like very very small brains Usually like the size of a walnut forest and even larger Brain Bird. Those brains are the most effective at packing neurons compared to any other brains including Mammalian brains. So you hear that birds punching above their weight when it comes to neural density honestly. I'm not surprised. So some birds have about as many neurons in therefore brain than like a primate so because their brain has some complex folding and the the neurons are closer physically closer together inside of the brain. They can have a large number of neurons accomplishing a lot of the same goals that animals with bigger brains and their but fewer neurons have. Okay Kwong the verdict on bird brained. Oh you know what it is Mattie. Do I even need to say it slander? Getting so good that you taught me how could Lord okay? Okay my turn so I looked into the phrase eat like a bird. Oh yeah very curious about this. People will say that it suggests. Someone doesn't eat very much that they're like peckish right. Which you know the official. Npr shortly position is that just. Don't comment on how much or how little somebody eats you know what I mean. Generally speaking yeah mine. You're on food business. Yes so okay. Let us start our examination of eat like a bird by considering the simple hummingbird. Do you know how they eat. Deer Kwan no no I do not dear Mattie but I fear but I fear you are about to tell me in excruciating detail first of all let me start off by saying you're welcome second introduce you to Alejandro Trico. He is an assistant professor of biology at the University of Washington on curator of birds at the Burke Museum of the University of Washington. But before that when he was a graduate student at the University of Connecticut he was part of one of my favorite bird. Eating related experiments ever so humming. Birds have really long tongues that dart out to get nectar and for a long time scientists. Thought that the tongue worked like a tiny tiny little tube so small the nectar. Kinda just shoots up the tongue on its own by what's called capillary action Ali in his boss Margaret Ruby. The did not by this capillary action. Theory Oh We were discussing. How the equations and the predictions from those capillaries don really made sense in terms of what the actual the hummingbirds in nature look like. But here's the thing on one does not simply eyeball a hummingbird tongue. These little are as thin as a fishing line and they dart in and out of the beak at like fifteen to twenty times per second. Whoa so to solve these problems. What we devise were tiny transparent flowers with flat sides so we could film through it and see the action happening on. We needed high speed video because it's happening so fast so we were filming between a thousand and two thousand frames per second just to see how long would interact with the nectar. So cool all right so. They made little glass flowers so they could film through them. That's that's pretty genius. Yeah and what they saw kwong. It changed the Hummingbird game. What we saw is that the Humbert on when he touches the nectar. I the portion that is inside the liquid on falls on it has little fringes on those tubes on those open up. Oh so it definitely isn't just a static little tube no not even close as the tongue is shooting out of the beak. It's compressed by the beak but when the tip of tongue hits the nectar it splits into two like a little snake tongue and those tips. They have these little flaps that hoping an those flaps fill up with nectar. That is so amazing.

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"spiring" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brady in Belgian style that's right now before you drive off the road because you hate them or because you're overjoyed hear me out. The New England Patriots love him or hate them. Have something very special. We can all learn from about life investments and retirement. The patriots have created unyielding dynasty and the way they approach each season. Each game has something to teach us all their preparation and execution lists flawless. They don't win every game. But they win the ones that count. And if you want to succeed in investing in win the retirement game you have to take the same approach. They've been dominating the NFL for what an extraordinary nineteen years. And the patriots list of accomplishments is on Spiring Levin Super Bowl burst, ten consecutive division titles and eight consecutive appearances in the conference championship in the great. I run of history and professional sports. The coach Bill Belichick is now being considered. Not only the best coach ever in football. But the best coach ever in any professional sport. Tom Brady is well the quarterback and not only being talked about is the best quarterback of all time. But also the best football player of all time. Arguably with the help of Bill Belichick, what does this mean to you? You might ask. It's simple. You need a great coach to cut through all the media noise. Analyze the mountains of data interpret the playing field to not only call the right play at the right time. But to prepare yourself in the years to come retirement is the biggest game of your life. And you can't just play. It. You must win it. It's not just what you do on the field is just as much as what you do off the field. How do you imagine your retirement living on the beach more time at the grandkids traveling as far away as you can truth is you won't be doing any of these things once you approach your retirement is if you're. Playing in the big game. Great teams. Don't just stay great by winging it or just by focusing on one thing, they do the proper planning. Do it. Well, focus on everything over a hundred million people watch that big game. And guess what ninety nine percent of them will spend more time watching that game this year, then they'll spend planning for their retirement and the entire year ironic, isn't it? They spend more time watching the game. Then they will planning for an event that will impact them for two or three or four decades of life. Believe me, it's no accident. The patriots made and won the championship. They got here with a great deal of preparation and strategy in the same rules apply for you in your planning for your retirement, come on if you want to retire comfortably. If you want to retire successfully. And if you want to ensure you never run out of money in retirement that you're taking advantage of all the tax strategies available to you instead of wasting them like most people then you need to plan for it. You need a strategy. Retiring comfortably doesn't happen by accident. Your success comes down to proper game plan, and what we call a retirement master plan. You can either do it yourself. If you have the five or six hours a day to spend on understanding all the financial things in the financial world. However, as I have said, if I wasn't in this business, I would not manage my own money at far too difficult in a way too emotional for most of us, we depend on working with our own great coach a true retirement advisor. And you can bet your booty that Bill Belichick success comes from the planning. He started years ago. Three five ten years ago with his draft picks, and you must to even if you're already retired you must plan for the rest of your life. So today, we dive into the lessons that we take away from Bill Belichick and Tom Brady's success. It's going to be a great show. You're not gonna wanna miss a minute of it. Grab a pen and a piece of paper. And of course, to help me through this myth, Jennifer Perry. How are you doing great Keith? I'm pretty excited about this hour. Is a fun show for me. Really showed up in the patriots garb to your all in today on this topic. I'm wearing my hat has never worn a half. I'll do in the show. But you see it on me right now. And I can't wait for the banner or the championship better in case. Not everybody's aware. Yes. I am from Boston. Up there and you can out of Boston. But how? Why? I've been out here for twenty eight years, but I still drive like I'm from Boston. Got a few bears on me, and I sound like Matt Damon? Yeah. Really very exciting show. I know it's been an exciting week for you here. And there is something about the patriots success though. I think you're right. They're actually a lot of lessons that we can take away from how successful people do their thing. They're asked to be. I mean, the success they've gotten from planning proper preparation execution. You cannot put aside and there's a ton. We're gonna learn especially today and go over it how you can plan and get your master retirement plan put in place. That's where it all starts. And you can bet that Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. That's what they do every year. They don't go on the field. Wondering what's next they get their plan in place? I can't wait to get to some of those lessons here on today's show. But first Keith was tar listeners here today about our very special offer were doing for ten of our callers because this is pretty cool. It's a free customized retirement income plan. It also includes a forward-looking tax strategy analysis, and there's a lot that goes into this. There's a ton that goes into this. It'll teach you how to. Pay less taxes in retirement, how to get every nickel out of social security. You're entitled to how do you create an income stream in retirement that you can never outlive? You got inflation kick in medical expenses going up and this crazy market and a dangerous markets that you need to find out how to get the best returns. No matter what the market's doing. But what the least risk possible who really gets the most out of today's offer. Keith, you know, it's really designed for somebody who's retired getting close to retirement with a next day. They wanna protect, but they still want to see it grow. Maybe someone selling their business or someone with a 4._0._1._K rollover that. They get the most out of this. Well, again, we're going to do that free analysis for the first ten callers on today's show, you just need to be retired or in that retirement red zone and had at least three hundred thousand dollars in investable assets that you want to protect that's you can call right now and be one of those first ten callers at nine one six nine to five eighty nine hundred nine one six nine to five eighty nine hundred again that's nine one six nine. 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"spiring" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wasn't on Spiring. Kyrie Irving went first. And most everybody acknowledged Kyrie was the best player in the draft. Even though he had played twenty some odd games at Duke. He was a one and done guy got hurt at the end of the year really didn't even have a whole freshman year. And everyone said he's going to be the first pick in a draft and deserves to be and with the way that his NBA career has gone. Certainly the Cavs dot make a mistake when they call caris urban. Ramos the first pick. Then they're after you had the yon- vessel. Lease and Derrick Williams is of the world. It really wasn't a starring first round. I remember tweeting the night watching the draft. I said this may be a one person draft. Kyrie Irving Suarez superstar franchise type players. I think they'd Kemba. Walker might be the second best player in the draft. He ended up going at number nine. And if he's the second best player, you should go number two, which I said could be a bit of a mistake. Bunch of teams may regret not having picked Kemba Walker. Who went at thirteen. That Klay Thompson guy who's been okay for the or twelve somewhere there. But maybe eleven but he went after Cambe Klay Thompson was taken and the warriors have done fine. Thank you very much for miss Thompson and his career and the guy who actually probably has had the best career. It's closed between Kyrie went at number fifteen and that was collide Leonard who was selected by the Pacers. And immediately traded to the San Antonio Spurs. So Campbell wise, you could argue either the third or fourth best player in that draft. If you give kyri one and or Kawai one Kyrie to one one eight whatever closed between Tamba and clay as far as career accomplishment achievement and certainly by team achievement. You would put Klay ahead of Campbell. But just their game is pretty darn close. So he did well we nine picking a draft. And he's the best player at worst in that draft. That's pretty good career that he's assembled for himself, and he could miss early last night. Charlotte went out to an early lead. And the nets never really truly got into the game. Still good season so far from the nets and certainly better than their competition here in New York, the Knicks are struggling mightily but nets they get beat up a little bit last night and Kemba Walker. The main reason port eight seven seven three three seven six six. Six six micro jerseys up on the fan. Mike. Jodi, happy new year love yourself. Thanks before it gets to my jet point. Do you see Notre Dame having aside now that the Clemson defensive tackle is ruled ineligible for the game it helps because he's an outstanding player who's going to be taken in. And he's still may be taken a top down into drafty certainly going to be taken in the first round even with this positive test. So it gives them a better shot. I still think they're an underdog the the point spread has moved into. I was twelve and a half. It's still twelve. Oh my God. It trumped by. I liked that for Notre Dame. But anyway, my point I I love the answer view. I haven't really thought much about the head coaching. I thought I was thinking McCarthy's the logical choice. With the development of Rogers and whatnot. But if you want somebody from the college ranks, how about the guy who turned Fordham into an F CS playoff team. Benny went to Penn State and turn Penn State around is the coordinator. And now he's the head coach at Mississippi State and the toughest leak in college football, and wherever he goes, he turns the culture around and he's got a creative playbook. What do you know who I'm talking about? Right. Joe Moorehead's know the name. Not ready to make Joe more head to head coach of New York Jets. Now, they need they need while he's taking nice incremental steps. And you're right. He's he's been a bit of a builder know, if I'm going to a collegiate level, I need a guy who's coached NFL level players year in and year out. Riley is the one that kind of jumps out for me. I don't think he wants to leave Oklahoma. I don't believe in Oklahoma. And or if I'm not gonna collegiate coach I need a guy who's got a track record in the National Football League. So what do you think about McCarthy, he's the guy? That's why I want said it soon by Green Bay the he was the guy who is hoping they were able to wrangle in. I would recommend them. No he and Roger China to fall out towards the end. But again truth be told. I don't care. I think he's been a very good coach, and they had the level of success that they did together. Certainly a big part of it is because of the inborn skill Rogers add. But certainly the coach gas to get some credit for what they accomplished and. Yeah, he got Rogers when Rogers was just becoming Rogers the same way. Darnold is just becoming Donald. And I believe he could do that again here in New York if you are a jet fan, I will suggest this to you. And you think McCarthy is the guy and you desperately want him here. There is a tie between McCarthy and the general manager of the Browns he endorsed he worked together in Green Bay the Browns have Greg Williams as they intermarried coach debate raging is to whether he has done enough certainly did more than you Jackson did to retain that position. If they win tomorrow beat the ravens in Baltimore get above five hundred for the season. Most of those winds coming since Greg Williams has taken over it enhances his chances to keep that job. And that they don't even have an opening then it's one less job that McCarthy could consider taking. So why forgets to beat the patriots tomorrow can eat some luck with that one? Also, route in the Cleveland Browns and hope that they decide to go with Greg Williams and not make a play for Mr. McCarthy. My mom breaks up on the fan. I mike. How's it going? Jerry. So I want to talk about the question about insider, eight years, would you rather have Machado or and Laura for the next seven or eight years? A couple of points for missing from that and one the cost control of and over Machado, and the value that that has to the team the flexibility it gives you to go after other players to make the team better over the course of those years that is part of the conversation as well. As the fact is you can't just assume that what Andrew heart gain and his rookie year. It has good as he's going to be over the next eight years because if you apply to Machado you'd be looking at it to sixty three hitter for the rest of his career. But that's not what Machado is because he's gotten better over the course of his career. So he could assume that the rookie of the year is going to improve over the next several years, and you're going to have him under costs control. I think that's valid argument. Let me let me let me hop. It. He wasn't working at a year. You may have thought he deserved the rookie of the year. But he wasn't door of the year. So whatever you didn't say should have been did you you said the rookie of the year the year. He was the best rookie this year. If you want to give the award disowned because they're able to pitch as well as him again or determines who's the rookie of the year you or the baseball writers of America? I think everyone who was a baseball fan who watches knows who was the rookie of the year. Also now, you're speaking for all of America ask a reasonable fan. If they think that Otani should have been able to get rookie of the year despite not having pitched for half the year. Okay. So you're only a spokesman for the reasonable. Machado versus. Okay. Yes. And here's another stands you talk. And again, I beg to differ could end do heart even become better. Yes. Could he become Machado light? Maybe even better. Yes. Is there a chance we see a regression next year? You're just dismissing that that there isn't a chance that he goes backwards off control. You definitely have cost control over him. My thanks for checking in but my finance questions, Mike likes to make points and statements, but then when questioned and or challenge he doesn't answer. I like, and I like him a lot. He had a great year. You can make an argument he could have been even should have been working at a year. He wasn't. They voted Otani in. You can't call them the rookie of the year when add the voting and he didn't win. But he's a really good young player who has upside potential to maybe even be better, but we've seen outstanding rookie seasons. And then seen guys go backwards that the league catches up with them. I don't know which one and it's going to be but projecting is the more information. You have on a player the longer a guy has been doing what he's been doing. It makes it that much easier to project what they're going to do in the upcoming future. And we have a significant amount. More retract record on Manny Machado than we have. Andrew are your best argument is is. Yeah. The control and the money. Well, as soon as you give Manny Machado eight years he's controlled for that period of time. So it all comes down to the money. You're gonna get Andrew heart cheap for the next couple of years. And then he's going to get into your arbitrage and process and you'll start to make some money, but not outrageous money like manny's making and did all simply comes down to the Yankees making a value judgment. When you have in the NBA, they have amac's number that you can make as per how long you've been in the league. And what you contract wise, and there is a dollar value, which it stops at you can give a player a max money deal, and you make that evaluation as to whether he's a max money player or not if you don't years, you don't give a dorm. Maybe he is you may even think he's worried more than that. You can't give him more than that. There's a dollar value drawn that you can't give him more than the player knows that the team knows that the league knows it. Everybody knows you know, what that dollar figure is you may think that he's what like what would LeBron James actually be worked with as much as he does driving merchandise and attendance and television ratings and lavar LeBron is underpaid as a match money player, the NBA actually handicaps LeBron James's ability to get his true market value. My opinion baseball. We don't have that. The Yankees have made a decision if they're going to get into bidding. Manny Machado that he's a guy that would be sort of like a max money guy. If you're talking about twenty five thirty million dollars that's damn close to a MAC money. Even though there's no such thing as back money. You get the point. I'm trying to make bake think. He's that kind of guy if you have an option for someone else to play that position who's cheaper than you would think. Yeah. No. They shouldn't be involved in this guy. They think he is of the free agent. So the guys that they can get their hands on guys who could become a next couple of years. They think Manny Machado 's were being in that neighborhood. And that's why they're talking to him. If they didn't think that they wouldn't even get Bob. They just say we got into our NATO guard's going to be great. We'll just keep playing into our third base for the next five years. Apparently, the Yankees don't have that opinion. Hit me up on the telephone lines. Final forty minutes coming away. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six. Every time. You went out you could cash in now with.

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"spiring" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on JKNews

"Right. So you didn't get suckered in. I'm very like I got introduced all the right instructors. Yeah. Nice. Yeah. And not a lot of people have that though, you know, like, a not a lot of people have it to where the ego is not involved because like a lot of studios want to say like, no ego. Leave your ego at the door. But I have to say a lot of studios like here's the here's the paradox. Right. You walk into the door and right above the front door. I see a lot of places to have this little say leave your ego outside. Yeah. Check your ego at the door. But then as soon as you walk through the door, the next thing, you see is written on the wall. It says. This is a black belt school. So wait a minute. Hold on. I'm not I'm not supposed to leave my ego at the door. But at the same time I'm supposed to being Spiring to be proud of that. How I can't just be proud of being a student of the art. Yeah. You know, what I'm saying like, so it's like, a wait a minute. Which one are we doing relieving our ego at the door or we bringing our eagle involves so that we can point at the people who are above us. And that is where I wanna be like we put these people on our own pedestal. The pedestal doesn't exist we make the pedestal like I don't go to my Barbara go. Hey, man. I need some advice about my car like what the Barbie should about your car. But with martial arts instructors for some reason, we bring all this to table where like, hey, man. I really need some advice. I need help. Could you help me with this like they're just people just people with a skill? They're good at that skill that doesn't mean that they give you life advice. That's true. Some of these people are pieces of shit when they keep it to themselves, and they don't projected onto you because they are just people, you know, you don't go to your chemistry teacher. And asked him how to become a billionaire. Does your broke his spot? Yeah. Because you help me. It's you got to go to the right person. And yeah, I think just looking back manage like. Wow. I'm so glad that my dad actually knew a lot of stuff like he was he didn't practice, but I guess just being Japanese and being around it like in highschool. You do judo you do KENDALL. You do stuff like that? So you know, who's bullshit and who's not. And then he knew also that Killeshin was too hard core. So he didn't want me to do that. Yeah. So he got me started in like like, a Campo style. Like just just baby kind of stuff, and then he put me into judo and all that. And then fast forward to like way later, I meet this guy, and Nola, we just vibe. And he he helps me he helped me pretty much get find that love again that I that I had for martial arts. And oh, yeah. In prior to that I actually joined MMA fight team. Oh, yeah. And my yeah. But my sensei so he created his own style. Call combat jujitsu, but he. He is have you heard of the Sabaki challenge hat or is about. Okay. So it's old school. It's almost like combining judo and Killeshin together full contact karate and grappling and throwing it's funny because like not to interrupt too much like I'm going to combat jitsu e b I tomorrow night. Oh, cool. I'm gonna get I got press passes. So yeah. So I get to go which really excited about. But like, Eddie Bravo. Talks about that. Yes. The Sabaki stuff. So. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. So he was a Chabert during those days. He developed a school in what he did is he combine traditional Japanese style. Karate Dojo system just white Brown and black belt you have to fight in order to level up. And so he combined karate to kickboxing and judo and all that stuff. And so I had all I had a really good foundation everywhere..

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"spiring" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"News for founders. That's we pride ourselves on for Spiring. Entrepreneurs to give you the skinny on. What's going on? So my words to to say this. We are not folks we are not calling it quits with us FM start financials by any stretch. If anything we are taking some time to get bigger and better, and we are working day in and day out to figure out where and how this program fits into the entrepreneurial community over notice. How saying entrepreneurial community more them saying started community, which is very different than when we first started out on this program. Our main goal here at start financial news has been and always will be I cannot repeat this enough to help the everyday entrepreneur to help the real entrepreneur. To help the entrepreneurs who are out there. Who this game is in their blood? This is not a joke for you. This is not at all. I'm going to try this once this is not a oh, hey, maybe I have an idea for a business. But you know, I'm going to do it and have, you know, money from these people, and maybe I won't make money. It's not for the fake preneurs. Okay. Never has its for the real die hard entrepreneurs. Designed to be an outlet for me for you for us to create a community. And that's what we have always aspired to be here on this program and so- ethically ethically. If every single day were sitting here banger heads against the wall, saying, wait a minute tech gone. Haywire startups ridiculously over valued VCE money's flowing into places that it really shouldn't be. We can't ethically report on that stuff to you any more and find positives in there to help you out because we don't believe in any of it because it's just crazy. And only sit in the frustration of my voice. That's the frustration. Folks. This is a passion for me. I'd love this damn show. I love each and every single one of our listeners everybody that we've connected with and the last thing that I would ever want to do here on this program. Is report on and show news that could hurt the entrepreneur more than it can help them. And honestly, all this funding news and tech. And the day in and day out stories of oh, this company's growing, and oh, this company just raises money. We can't we can't focus on that stuff anymore. That's an opportunity that is imploding in on itself. Something that we started out on this program again eighteen to twenty four months ago or eighteen months ago, when we said that this was going to happen eighteen to twenty four months from now, we were ready. Mentally, I guess four, but not operationally. And that's where the hiccup is right now. That's where the bump in the road is, but I can promise you this folks again startup financial news is here to stay is your host in here to stay. We are doing so many things to make this bigger and better. In fact, we had already been working on the video stuff. But then this kind of bump in the road came in where we started realizing that wait a minute. A lot of what's going on in the startup economy. A we don't believe in be. We can't continue to report on because it's a lot of its honestly, folks, I hate to put it this way. Because I know somebody's gonna give me some hate mail or whatever it is. But. A lot of it's fake. Private companies. I've had them before if you know how to use PR in your favor. You can spin things really well, and so for us to have to go through those headlines and boil it down every day has gotten impossible because we can't get the straight story. So we can't bring it to you..

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"spiring" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"News for founders. That's we pride ourselves on for Spiring. Entrepreneurs to give you the skinny on. What's going on? So my words to to say this. We are not folks we are not calling it quits with us FM start financials by any stretch. If anything we are taking some time to get bigger and better, and we are working day in and day out to figure out where and how this program fits into the entrepreneurial community over notice. How saying entrepreneurial community more them saying started community, which is very different than when we first started out on this program. Our main goal here at start financial news has been and always will be I cannot repeat this enough to help the everyday entrepreneur to help the real entrepreneur. To help the entrepreneurs who are out there. Who this game is in their blood? This is not a joke for you. This is not at all. I'm going to try this once this is not a oh, hey, maybe I have an idea for a business. But you know, I'm going to do it and have, you know, money from these people, and maybe I won't make money. It's not for the fake preneurs. Okay. Never has its for the real die hard entrepreneurs. Designed to be an outlet for me for you for us to create a community. And that's what we have always aspired to be here on this program and so- ethically ethically. If every single day were sitting here banger heads against the wall, saying, wait a minute tech gone. Haywire startups ridiculously over valued VCE money's flowing into places that it really shouldn't be. We can't ethically report on that stuff to you any more and find positives in there to help you out because we don't believe in any of it because it's just crazy. And only sit in the frustration of my voice. That's the frustration. Folks. This is a passion for me. I'd love this damn show. I love each and every single one of our listeners everybody that we've connected with and the last thing that I would ever want to do here on this program. Is report on and show news that could hurt the entrepreneur more than it can help them. And honestly, all this funding news and tech. And the day in and day out stories of oh, this company's growing, and oh, this company just raises money. We can't we can't focus on that stuff anymore. That's an opportunity that is imploding in on itself. Something that we started out on this program again eighteen to twenty four months ago or eighteen months ago, when we said that this was going to happen eighteen to twenty four months from now, we were ready. Mentally, I guess four, but not operationally. And that's where the hiccup is right now. That's where the bump in the road is, but I can promise you this folks again startup financial news is here to stay is your host in here to stay. We are doing so many things to make this bigger and better. In fact, we had already been working on the video stuff. But then this kind of bump in the road came in where we started realizing that wait a minute. A lot of what's going on in the startup economy. A we don't believe in be. We can't continue to report on because it's a lot of its honestly, folks, I hate to put it this way. Because I know somebody's gonna give me some hate mail or whatever it is. But. A lot of it's fake. Private companies. I've had them before if you know how to use PR in your favor. You can spin things really well, and so for us to have to go through those headlines and boil it down every day has gotten impossible because we can't get the straight story. So we can't bring it to you..

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"spiring" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"spiring" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Definitely brought Jamie into the picture and create at character of the characters name is Joel I would say that I was probably more instrumental in the structure and the development of story, and he might have been more territory ended. In terms of bringing the swimming together. It's a weird mix of softcore and drama. There are moments where it's just like was this intended to be sex film, or is not intended to be sex film felt like it was very needed to be sex film, though, I think it should've been a sex film. I think that you know, it probably would have had wider short-term appeal the non sex film, but I don't think would have been as groundbreaking if it hadn't been a sex. So I think ultimately that was the right choice for this. Check was really concerned at that point. He had made a number of silly comedies. And that's people knew him as making silly comedies like Jack. And Jill and some of the films that he made before I got on board. We're just really funny comedies and just slapstick. Was we went to the movie porky's together at the time. I don't know if you remember that some, but he loved it. He laughed his ass off just. That was that was where his comedy was coming from a lot of place of Blake Edwards. But at the same time he was he's an artist. You know, he wasn't artist and it was important for him to win respect. And you know, everybody in the x Ray business time in probably I'm not sure if same today, I think they get into different reasons. But at that time, you know, most of us were Spiring filmmakers wanted to be recognized and respected, and you know awards. That's why you saw the advent of the extra CO words in the awards in the af Emma, wh whatever awards, you know, my my uncle called it. The golden swan. Award was was described was very proud of my golden sponsored I think it was for roommate's back to your question. I mean, it was an incredibly uncomfortable movie when you watch it when you watched it then. And when you watch it today, I mean, I watched originally as numerous times and theaters and people would just walk out like not knowing whether they should be roused or shamed. I mean, the behavior of the men is so despicable in so many cases that it's often been called like the first feminist porn film in a way it is. I mean, the women really they bounce back resilient, which is really cool at the same time. You know, they are actresses in a porn film, and they're actually having sex. I mean, so that's kind of mind blowing and it's hard for people because you don't necessarily want to have those kind of motions, you know, you don't want to necessarily feel sympathy for somebody. That's if you go is to like have have an action, you know, you don't necessarily want to be feeling sorry for the person that you are getting aroused about. So it was a lot of mixed message. Just for the audience, and they still continue that people don't know what to make of it. I mean that I think is probably the most interesting part about it. It's, you know, this violence position of really tragic emotional pain that these women suffer with, you know, the reality of of just in the men are the bad guys. I mean, all the men are sort of except for maybe Jerry Butler in the movie really kinda spic -able from the opening scene in which you know, Ted. He doesn't mistreat Jane. But he dismisses her so to speak and favours wife in the movie, you know, gets Bobby Astor's is was her of another at the time and he plays the temporal..

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"spiring" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on About Last Night

"Twenty seventh comedy central ten pm sets DVR's right now that we have the tour dates Twitter handles emerging out of the way sit back relax and enjoy a brand new episode of the abou- last night podcast with the goat based comedy group. Hime Anwar Aristotle at us and Asif Ali. Well, the wait until we Chad. Right. So come on. It's about last night. No. But I liked this. Usually what I'll get normally. Yeah. Is Brown will DM me? And their first question is are you from India or are you from Pakistan? That's the first question. And then every subsequent question is based off of my answer to that where you're from. So sometimes I'll answer, obviously, I'll answer Pakistani. Sometimes just to see how they feel about it. Also, are you are you recording now? Yeah. See what's wrong with this? He's fine. Give every ten minutes. You check in every morning. It's like an hour in we rely. Hitter pattern or hit record. Okay. I kind of liked that we get messages about ideas. Even though a lot of the ideas are bad because it nor Megyn Spiring them. Exactly the deal. And also that they feel like they your excessive like, they, you know, like, oh, you're my brother. I can ask you. They obviously don't I don't think a majority of these people are like, oh and the NATs, and that's how an idea gets made. I honestly don't think that. That's I mean, he's just a hail Mary. And and like social media has made it so accessible. Yeah. I used to think about like back in the day. If you wanted to fuck, Mick Jagger, it'd be like so hard like you had a really want. It you had to be bundled up outside of the stadium. Wait in line with all these girls to get the tour schedule earlier do a lot of home to befriend. Yeah. There have sex with a Rhody manager. You know, who knows how down the line you have to go. There isn't session guy. Yeah. A lot of homework. He's added dressing rooms that way. But now, you're just like at mic Jagger. And he's he's like all right. Here's my room. You know, like, it's just way too easy. That's good though. Because now, you don't have to you know, you wouldn't if you were trying to banks you don't have to bang all of their friend mean technology's really hoped sleazy behavior. So sure. Great till it's been a great for groupies. Trappers it. Yeah. It's do I mean and to piggyback on that. It's like will only get easier. Or is that the most accessible version that it can be where it's just I mean, I tweet or DM like is there. I think I think if I were to make a futuristic movie, and where social media would be going in regards like scenario like that. It would be where she would send like a hologram representation of herself. That's all the room. So he can he on that? Yes. Practice on the on. Now. Now, should I said on that or with that? Because that's where the hologram went people go. Hey, it's with it's not it's not just here. I can't wait till we start recording. Alive man in live. I do want to say before we jump in full the two-pack hologram where were you when that happened? Oh, where everyone's like where were you? You know, when I was at home and of everything on the internet immediately, my entire feed became they brought out to get cello. Right. Is that the and it became the biggest thing I had this idea? This idea of like girl wanting to fuck hologram to park like stay. And then the road is the hard drives like a server rack looking the server. This is thug life on the server. It's like what was that? Johnny Depp, movie were trapped into computer. That's a transcendent dental. Yeah. I think so. Yeah, I haven't seen Johnny Depp's like last five movies. I saw the one replayed. Babe Ruth Whitey Bolger, y'all. Yeah. Yeah. It was terrible. Wasn't great trying to never work in this town again billboards come down as easy. Audio recording. Also. We start over. I did like this makeup. I like that goes full tilt. I don't know. He was wrong choice, ROY. And plus I heard that he the the real white. He was not as vulgar and person..

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"spiring" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Once you go. Custom. You don't go rack. That's what they're telling to say. That's I mean, it feels like we're exaggerating. But you when you put on a good suit tie Fizi sleekly feel like JAMES BOND. You feel like, you know, Don, Draper. There's just you just carry yourself. You know, Idris Elba you ever see resell that and award show. Am I saying that you are going to look like intra Selbe who believes people's sexiest man on earth by putting on an Indochino suit? Indochino is not promising this. No, your friend. Dan, is it is like address Elba. We got a bunch of games. They're gonna rife. Threw him some quick ones. All right. All right. Twelve PM ABC Wisconsin at Penn State to teams seemingly going the wrong way. Wisconsin may be without Alex Hornibrook. He left at Rutgers game with the headline. Hope he's not playing. Yeah. Yeah. He's listed as questionable for this one. If he doesn't play obviously a much different story. It looks like the line is taking that into account. The other thing that I'd add here is at trace McSorley is a little banged up till the whole thing offensively in this games. Bit of a mess. The point spread though is nine in favor of Penn State who you got should mention tie because you were at one point in Spiring meteorologist. That's right. It's going to be cold very claimed college very going to be looked up the temperatures. I think I research temperatures poor than research games this week. It's going to be super cold in Iowa. It's going to be super cold and southbound I think it's going to snow Friday in south bend one to three inches a game little clipper coming through. Yeah. And it's going to be thirties. I believe around noon insane call at state college out that was consonants not used to those same type of temperatures if not lower, but it's gonna be difficult for quarterbacks with not necessarily been succeeding. Receivers who've been dropping the ball something Dona stone in the cold, which of these fan base is do I which of these fan bases to you feel like is going to need some sangria to sort of drown their sorrows after this game because lose this game. And that sort of that in terms of upside for the season, I feel like Penn State's already there and they were there week ago..

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"spiring" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Got a message. I got a message for all Stacey Abrams liberal Hollywood. This ain't Hollywood. This is Georgia. A Winfrey tried to cut through partisan tape saying she's an independent who has voted Republican and democrat. She says she tracked down Abrahams number and offered to make that speech at camp is a staunch conservative who has embraced the Trump administration's hardline on immigration. The United States is charged. A government controlled company in China with stealing trade secrets from an American semiconductor company. Attorney general Jeff Sessions outlined an initiative Thursday focused on what officials said was the growing threat of Chinese economic espionage in two thousand thirteen to twenty sixteen. The department of Justice did not charge anyone with spying for China. But since the beginning of twenty seventeen we've charged three speak people with spying for China. Are tempting Arkan Spiring to do. So. And when it comes to trade secret theft, we are currently prosecuting five other cases where the theft or attempted theft or for the benefit of the Chinese government in two thousand fifteen China community publicly that it would not target American companies for economic gain. Obviously that commitment has not been met. So I am announcing that a grand jury in San Francisco has returned an indictment alleging economic espionage on the part of a Chinese state on government on competent, anytime one company and three Taiwan. Individuals for an alleged scheme to steal trade secrets from Micron. An based semiconductor company Micron is worth an estimated one hundred billion dollars. It controls about twenty to twenty five percent of the dynamic random access memory industry and technology, not possessed by the Chinese until very recently Chinese economic espionage against the United States has been increasing. And it has been increasing rapidly. We are here today. Enough is enough. We're not going to take it any more. Is unacceptable is time for China to join the community of lawful nations. International trade has been good for China, but cheating must stop. And we must have more law enforcement cooperation, the prosecution comes amid heightened trade tensions between China and the US. And as the Trump administration says Beijing remains intent on stealing technology and inventions, however, President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping they spoke on the phone this week. President Trump calling the calling the phone call very good and the foreign ministry in China said the phone call was extremely positive. They say they discussed trade and other issues and a Hawaii retirement home says it's consulting it's legal counsel. After the American Civil Liberties union demanded it stopped discriminating against non-catholic residents and allow them to take advance. Of the state's medically assisted suicide law. Colli new executive Wendy Wong said in a statement Thursday that the home doesn't discriminate it has never denied residency on the basis of religion sex race color or anything else that the Roman Catholic church in Hawaii says the church leases the land under the home. The church says the issue is between the home, and it's residents it says its ground lease prohibits the home from promoting assisted suicide, but specifies that the restriction does not refer to acts of individual residents for behind the scenes look at America's First News..

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"spiring" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on Kickass News

"The Spiring actors to make reliability part of your personal brand you take your work seriously. And you're very deliberate and disciplined about it. And that seems to have served you pretty well in your career. Oh, yeah. Oh, you go to not be there. No the lines. You got to know the lines of respect your other actors, by way, of example, could you walk us through your daily process on a film shoot on film show is I I keep learning my large right up until we should then. But I'm always relaxed on the set always get the house relaxed. Then you go into the character just before and say, they're just before they say your philosophy is the rehearsal is the work in the acting is the relaxation. Yeah. Did shooting shooting of the same as you relaxed after doing all that well on rehearsals, you know, exactly what you're doing. You know over lines. Now, you can relax and do it always bring a pencil. Yeah. You've always been an actor who works a lot. Even after you supposedly retired over twenty years ago. You've still done over forty movies. Why is it as simple as the more movies? You do the minner chance you have of getting good ones. Well, I I love doing. I love I love acting yet. You remember I was an amateur actor. I did it just for fun of it. I I love doing it. I I love movies. I love making movies. You know, I thought I'd retired. When I was sixty a script of producer Senate beggar said, the pastas Morley Sunday, basically, you're not supposed to read the lover is supposed to read the father of that was it's was sixty and retired. And I wrote my autobiography at the Miami aboard an apartment for for the winter and the restaurant which was very successful a thought just stayed in Miami. And I wrote my older bug. We was just go the the elephant Hollywood based on the fact, I come from a district in love the code. The elephant because call so I wrote that I'd retired. You know, now would plenty of money in the Bank at the restaurant was making money. I became Jack Nicholson lived there, we've become friends and then one day he came to me with the script blood wine. And he said you want to go to work again is is the story of say he was a stall they've fabulous actor I loved him. And he said the wonderful part of it for you, an I've got this part, which wasn't the starring role. And that's how became a contractor movies. I gave up style them. And I mean, very up to build high up, and they'll that by how career I the kademi award for the side of the house rules. I did six movies with with Chris Nolan by mind, inception, and all those I did some of the best work of my life after I retired. Right. In fact, you say you're actually getting better parts now than you did when you were something leading man, what do you like more about the? Roles. You're playing today. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I I've had a wonderful time doing it. Now. I've I've come to the conclusion that you retire from movies movies and retire us. So if they keep sending me scripts, and like, why did we usually do I'll do it? Now that you have a little less time and other priorities in life. Do you find that you're becoming pickier about the roles? You choose. Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I did many movies for the money, you know, but I but much picky now. Well, I was very broke. When I was young, you know, they'll had a whole family had no money used to do movies. Just a couple of weeks. I think that you said that now one of your biggest criteria for film is the location if it somewhere that's pleasant that your family wants to go like say, dirty rotten scoundrels. And that's a big factor in whether you do a big fight. So. Yeah. My family. Three, grandchildren. Now, they go to come home. Choose.

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"spiring" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on Double Toasted

"We do. Trivia questions based on one. Thank it. Might be tonight shoe. I'll be questioned as aired have. Yeah. Well, we all have to do is get three questions correctly. Not for you. I don't know leaving tonight. I don't know if you get a prize anything. You know what you get respect. Let me go ahead focus already. Charisma, how are you. You don't sound like. More than I do. Right. Well, you know, what? Should I bring him up then bring. Little, you'll have answers to you. Don't wanna do brother and sister, teamwork hail, liba. I told him. Fail. Exactly. Well, you know what? It's it's not that hard the game. I think we're just trying to out. So the game will accept last week when he just missed a bunch of question. The game is usually begin easy. So, and I think you give a bunch of multiple choice with this. It'll be all right. So let's go ahead and see we got here. We're gonna go from originally jersey care. What's where? Now Denver in LA. Oh, which one is an LA? I'm in LA. What do you do? Spiring actress, aspiring actress. You know what? Let me give you a first rule of of acting speaking to the mic. Move closer to. Sparring actually go see her and stuff. Exactly, exactly. And you can always say, coy taught me how to speak into the. Tell me to get closer to closer. You don't wanna say that. So you're from Denver, big brother. What do you do in Denver? Attorney down him, big an attorney. My lawyer. Recipe. What the fuck. Fucker. Believe it. Rest my case. Not that I had. Epi beats you up. He sued. You see here. Dancing. Let me see. We. What are we? What do we. Right? I go look for the game and I got everything ready. So let me just go and find the barons Email. I'll tell you what type it in. Barron Bon what the. No. Put bearing their way o in around place. Bear bewilder. That's his knee from the trivia from venom. Let's look and see. We got here. It's too bad. It's not a star is more. Yes, she'd have in the bag. We're kind of movies you want to do the kind of pay. Well, preferably the SARS born. Yeah. Are romantic comedies or something like that? Wait for another twenty six years. Another remake of that. Are you in anything right now as superhero movies, superhero movies. Can we see anything that you're in? Oh. Have you acted in. I'd let you meant. What are you into dump sorry? I'm sorry. Have you acted in anything that. But that's gonna change soon. Hopefully. Yeah. About a year. Okay. That's not allowed time in Hollywood us. Give. Kidding. Don't be. To be a lawyer. Stay occupation like me. Blacklist, lex Luther. Now in touch. Straight up soup ability. When you go to court. Chorus. Well, this core question unless she did, she did got up his mind, right. Let's see what it says about playing this game. Don't get out of here. So you -tations de crew policies, philanthropies, trivia questions. Today's are more straightforward in better researched. Keep in mind. The final question usually will be the most difficult, but I have decided to make it slightly different going forward. Today's tributes Benham and it will test your knowledge of actors in the movie end of other movies in the comic book, movies, John good luck. All right. So you still feel good with that. Okay. We'll see. All right. I think we'll be okay. You'll be good. Yeah, and here's a chant they say, charisma, good look. All right. Let's go and get into. I look like Riley. Did not say anything. You've got just in rally. You sound like your brother. Switching. Minnie mouse left real. All right. Let's see. Let's go ahead and getting to first question in first question is. Which film does Tom hardy star as a pair of gangster twins. A legend be rock and roller. See the dark Knight rises are deed. This means war. See that's hard right there. Was it again..

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"spiring" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"He thought that he was doing a good deed and and i suppose that he was because the westinghouse company would have gone bankrupt trying to pay tests what they owed him unfortunately westinghouse after he torpid contract they saw no reason than to even give him anything what they what they owed him so years later like i said you know he was having to go from hotel to hotel basically bankrupt himself story i must have been interesting to live during those days to it definitely was and and you asked about test companies after his the warden clift transmitter which was his idea to transmit electricity was not able to be completed because his funders had taken their money away from him he actually started a company where he was making medical devices for tesla was making a devices that used 'electricity ultraviolet infrared devices that doctors could use in hospitals treat patients with again this was a situation where it made the stockholder's money but tesla not so much not so much indeed what about the nazis in their pasta flying saucer capability we now know that the nazis had a pretty extensive spiring on the east coast just before the start of world war two i mean they were already fighting this union poland and getting ready to take on england so they had established this a base of operation on the east coast and one of the things that they were trying to do was to target manufacturing and and companies to try to get as much information to help their war effort out of the united states and back into germany tesla was one of these targets more than likely these agents were able to get a hold of material that was being stored at these various locations that i talked about before when tesla had been forced to move tesla had even complained to the to the fbi and the local police that people had been breaking into his apartments and and stealing his stuff as far as we know he was ignored they didn't they didn't believe him i don't think no they didn't you know.

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"spiring" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on WTMA

"Oval office which was an orange spiring moment for me a red button flashed on the president's desk i don't know what the red button is i'm sitting in awe of the president of the united states the most powerful man on earth i see a red button flashing i see the president using his left index finger or one of those fingers to press the button and i said miss the president did you just launch a nuclear weapon and president trump laughs and says yeah i launched an atomic bomb and that's a norm ordering a diet coke i died laughing i thought he wanted us out of there i thought the button that they put on the desk was meant to flash after a few minutes so he could you know dismiss us but it wasn't it was to tell his bartlett bringing a diet soda and that was the day i had with the president but the point is this is a new yorker thing president trump has a great sense of humor is sought is sort of queens new york sarcasm manhattan sarcasm don't they get it at the washington examiner how did paul dardis otherwise a good reporter do a headlines has trump jokes about launching nukes to radio host michael savage i mean i appreciate the publicity but i really didn't mean to set off an international incident by ordering a diet coke mr bernard nobody seems to remember there's a thing called a sense of humor not the least of which is the bullying thing that was at the out house correspondent's dinner the other night how it's gone from the white house correspondents dinner to the outhouse correspondents dinner under a margaret talev from bloomberg news is beyond me but i think they should shut it down i a friend of mine called and said you have to watch this woman she's destroying the correspondents' dinner she is so disgusting she is so vile she is so pornographic vile i said no she isn't to them she isn't vile this is what they say that we other behind the scenes you're telling me that they don't talk like that to each other i disagree with you that is what they do with each other this is how filthy dirty they are but you know i.

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"spiring" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Get it where you find it there is a coin base gift to go to coin based to their website that's the largest spiring seller of bitcoin but did they also have the other currency to add coin base would by that of this two or three other new kinds of currency writers bitcoin and there's bitcoin cash and then they're us this on her own i forget the other night yeah i don't know i coined bases the one i know that's one of the few people i know who owned bitcoin have bought it from claim base tell me victoria you understand how to use bitcoin or really what it's all about i have i have a very rudimentary understanding of it would you buy it yes you it all jennifer do you have any discussions on your program in la about this we've this first i am we've really this week and dig in around in an avid spent much on this at all before this acu understanding based their understanding and i don't know that i would buy it at this point now you would all right carol what are you know about it uh also basic understanding i feel like i would need more advice from an investor or something before i did it i don't think i know enough about it now to blake make a smart decision about it i believe in stuff you can touch i'm a big person who believes in real estate and believe in things that you can actually have review in touch entertainer bill nye that's just me maybe i'm old fashioned unknown audibility house knowing what for me any way and you underscore the knifing victoria's on here to gathering she's produce more money the the what i would invest in is what i know i'm vista my radio program and invest in real estate or when i had my living on the door now but there is that the whole understanding of investing it would seem to me would bring it back around to you doing something with your money that you understand so he knows gone out of your money why would you put welcome people go ahead bitter well i did not interrupt i would treated as and i understand completely what you're saying about investment in real estate and things like that and i agree with jan those real estate to me is the.

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"spiring" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A very little person to that i agree with all right thank you very much there you have it he's got the endorsement from robert in manhattan well can good for you randy ted in queens good morning hi how are you doing frank uh i'm gonna just north of the comments on what pamela rammed the finn had said you know there are certain situations where really it's polish to put yourself at rest i went to a deserted subway years ago when i was mugged pick a knife coin it was a stupid thing to me to do i should have walked a few more blocks two more crowded subway and probably wanted to happen but one you have a young um actress whose spiring to make a name for herself and you'll have an opportunity to meet with someone who didn't very highpowered position where they can help you wanted his new because you heard that there is something too long the guy you avoid the meeting with and give up an opportunity to might may get your shelf whirlwind chalmer what if your mouth kutcher europe cotton law and of course a new way of course close fast enough that opportunity to meet with even boats and a hotel room and they you hurt something batum would you really clear that opportunity because you know the off it's very difficult to make to them yeah yeah that's exactly right that's exactly right and um you know look and maybe i'm guilty of over oversimplifying this a bit but i think look i i do think you bring someone with you if if if a mogul or producer wants to meet you at his hotel room and maybe you do bring original long and some women said exactly that that they did bring someone with them and one woman one actress described harvey weinstein is being irate that a another person was brought with them dozen hurt you career navy and that's unfortunate and that's why harvey cream harvey weinstein to creep he's worse than a grape he he's probably a criminal although will give listening to side vents you would note thank you ted eight seven seven nine seven zero two.

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"spiring" Discussed on The Drawing Board by Udacity

The Drawing Board by Udacity

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on The Drawing Board by Udacity

"A lot of our listeners out there potentially or you know the the spiring entrepreneurs and you know have a have a passion or an idea for business that they want to spinoff who what what what advice would you give to someone thinking about maybe leaving a job or you know pursuing their own company or passion project i mean might raided base to give people is to not take advice i mean i i i am not exaggerating with the exception of probably two people everyone i told about this idea thought i was coutou crazy and um and i probably um but i think um i think being able to to know when you know and and believe in that entrust your southend um and if need be untouchable that inner voice that you have in and say true to that because everybody's gonna rock your world him i just want to thank you so much for spending time with us today if for any listeners out there who happen to be in oregon and california and close to a solid start location we absolutely recommend that you go check it out and kim we can't we can't wait to see what new flavors pop up yes it's gonna be fun things coming up for the bottle and of course the holidays so i'll be paid to hear what you think thank you so there we have it three different passions three different entrepreneurs who created this is borne out of a passion for something they believed was in demand we've learned that the path to a successful business isn't always the straight line in it's never the same to constrain up quit your job and figure out everything for yourself like fong moonlight will working fulltime in an amazing company like keyed take what you've learned from several big companies to start up a small batch ice cream shop and one of the greenies cities in the country like kim from saulten strong there's no one right way below we've also learned is that you can't do it without help you'll need friends family potential investors and devoted partners and employees keep you save am all these people might steer you in the right direction believing in your passion is priority number one maybe kim still puts at best.

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"spiring" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"spiring" Discussed on WGTK

"World class organisation might either experience and not be now as you experience that do you think it's important sounds to me like you also had some great mentors am my right in that did you have some mentors along the way oh yeah i certainly mentors along the way in you pick up enters throughout your career as you progress in your career so of course of course are you now mentoring people yourself do you find that being mentored by really great people in the bulls you the pass that on what value is there to you if you're mentoring people how do you get value for that sure so i had a lot of operational experience running off our in i'd done it in a bootstraps manner so while we had kicked he'd round we haven't cooking a series of or john a nother round virtues neary very unusual for a company of our side and so i i i talked to different in doctors even larger doctors lee asked me how how do we run the company how did we do this how did we also at bonn off innovations within the company except tra so it's funny the people who are meant to brief currently you're not spiring entrepreneurs or young entrepreneurs they're actually i would say mcdonnell people or picks up on doctors that really don't understand how to pick a company to enact level and the financial rigor that we run the company with the way that we use the structure and engineering coups for longterm innovation except for internally napkins dumpty in that in theory challenging to do and it's very challenging within any company mto by having out experience in doing it quite successfully i'm able to help on other entrepreneurs and dr batra we what they're looking for an added in their own company why i actually want to dig into that with you a little bit more because you took the company from zero to one hundred million in five years and you only took one million and capital and that is such a significant story you mentioned not being dependent on capital but that is a an incredible and powerful and organic way to build a company and now interestingly enough i understand you've just launched a new vertical called topped.

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