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"suzie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"suzie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:26 min | Last month

"suzie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So. Like i d i. Diy to and it's very last minute. Show he invited by a friend of mine. You know what i mean and it was actually a full of the show. Hey messages me. On facebook now. This was the loss sharp The next night two nights later over an eighteen date tour. So i being traveling europe for four weeks. Something and at this point was at my grandmother's house in sussex she was still alive and living the aware. Live now. okay. I'm blessed in a nineteenth and now so i'm having a week that with flu of course because as soon as you stop until you get sick so i'm lying in bed. Reynold like florals with tea. Biggs and grandma's says she was. She was fucking awesome very over and i'm sitting in and malone and i get this message on facebook going high on cypress grove on this Do this thing called the jeffey. Lee pistons project Who is of course the late singer of the gun club. Those who don't and so he went on to explain the project to me which Basically hey he was a friend of jeffries and he did an album jeffrey. They did like a collab- album together. And after. Jeffrey pass away in nineteen ninety-six and sometime later like several years later cyprus gardens founds some all types in his attic of demos and things like songs had been finished. A wow so sketches of songs and demos and ideas and things and he thought it'd be great to finish as you know and so he started to to reach out to collaborators and friends of jeffries to see if they wanted to be a part of this project unfinished songs and i think the first posting wrote to was mcclenaghan actually dislike sent him a message on my space. Josh and that's totally some mock. Bless him was. He was a first one on board. And then yeah just through from their side these these point nine years working on the third so one of the things about the project is people have taken the same song and mike finished it in different ways. So you know it's not like it has to be like this you know about sort of treating the material with respect and doing different interpretations and things and then through through throughout. They've also been like various. Live recordings on mike alternative versions of release and so it's kind of grown. So at this point he was working on the said album in the series. Okay and yeah. So he goes he goes to me. Look i'm on third album. His the past two albums. check him out. Mock lanigan nikkei. Debbie harry did he been in lonzo this cypress involved in the The only writers version with that him. Yeah yes that's him. So he's kind of like the overall producer but doesn't mean he produces every truck as such like different tracks. Come together and away some people. Just a hold track finished hulkah- he has done the arrangements on some just go people to record their vocals. All people have recorded poss- in like studios all over the world like separately and then the songs come together. Each song has a story basically the way they've come together because we are on haider's is incredible. I love that crippled. Black phoenix david edwards I mean the the musicians involved. It's just you know everyone. I love it fantastic. Yeah so here. I n at my grandmother's around by florals with the flow. Get back to lou. I'm getting these messages from guy on facebook telling me this the project and then saying do you have time. While you're in london tacoma record some vocals and my place. I want some wanted someone with a voice like pj hobby and something. Like that. and i'm going. This is foolish. Shit what the fuck. He's going to be like craiglist murders. No way. I'm not going to some random. Do sending me sending me demos of some things wants me to sing on and one of them. Can you hear seagulls has. It's it adds atmosphere to the podcast. Yeah i'm by the sea and they're on all my fucking demos moment although it's funny so he's sending me these demos and then he sends me one and you know like i'm paranoid about it. I'm going this isn't rail. This this isn't happening to me. You know what i mean like. I'm doing this day are wide to like Nothing nothing having like. What the fuck this guy's and anyway out of the blue like that you gotta be come to your house show on your phone at home. Don't tell anybody where you're at. And then he sent me a dumb on one of the checks which ended up on the album. And he's like this is. This is a song crippled. Black phoenix of the band. I'm doing lead vocals. And then this is colour respond section at the end male and female. I want you to do the theme out. at the mayo is mcclenaghan and bertran canton. Wow and mclennan's like one of my favorites thing is like this is bullshit. You're bad you're getting close to the craigslist murder bertrand on there though we are. We are skirting controversy throughout. This is paul episode. Aren't we who. Okay so i just blow pass this demo and play it obviously and it sounds fucking incredible. Yeah and i get to the potty talks about mike lanigan mike. This is really thorough. This is really this guy's going all out for this. This is a really.

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"suzie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:53 min | Last month

"suzie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Souls Audition for Their Bodies in Sundance Hit 'Nine Days'

"To be selected for life on Earth. Sounds like a movie plot right like a specific movie. In fact, Pixar's soul well, it's also the premise of nine days, a live action drama that was a hit at the Sundance Film Festival. Critic Bob Mondello says nine days took him a lot more than nine days to process will is a gatekeeper of sorts and to monitor his house has a wall of vintage television sets on which the lives of people play out from their point of view. Amanda, for instance, is practicing a concerto, unaware that will is seeing on a screen exactly what she sees her hands on violin and bow that conductor and orchestra All through her eyes, will writes in a notebook that she's practicing and that it's 10,327 days since her selection. Will was her selector. It's his job as played by Winston Duke. He's an otherworldly bureaucrat who auditions souls for bodies as needed. May I call you And Sure and is four hours old. Do you know why you're here? Strangely, Yes. Do you mind if I say it out loud just to Make it. Official. Okay? You are being considered for the amazing opportunity of life. If, after this process you were selected Will have the chance to be born in a fruitful environment. You can grow develop. And accomplish. Would you like to be considered for this position and is one of six candidates and will treats five of them? Identically? Yeah. Call you, Mike. Yes. Oh, yeah. Alexander Kane. Yeah, With the six played by Suzie Bates. He gets a surprise. She wants to choose her own name, and she questions his questions as he administers what amounts to an existential aptitude test, All right, or wrong Answer. Say whatever comes to mind. Really? Not sure if I can answer your question, If you don't answer, man, All of

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Fire That Destroyed Two Homes Likely Caused by Improperly Discarded Fireworks

Chris Plante

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Fire That Destroyed Two Homes Likely Caused by Improperly Discarded Fireworks

"For starting a fire that nearly destroyed two homes in the southwest suburbs overnight on Saturday, the Frankfurt Fire Department said locally nobody was injured in this fire. Left to families without a place to live. Sharon Riley got a call from her daughter. You something was wrong, And she said Mom, Suzie's house burned down Frankfurt firefighters among those who arrived to find the garage of the home engulfed in flames of fire already had spread your neighbor's home next door. Both families got out safely. Fire investigators say their initial investigation Indicates the blaze was sparked by fireworks that were improperly disposed of inside of a garbage can out in

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How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Brown Ambition

02:07 min | 4 months ago

How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

"Hello denise hey girl hey oh my gosh. I can't believe this is really happening. We'll thank you so much for joining us. From sonny sonny tampa florida. Yeah yeah it's not a bad place to be. I gotta say that. So did you will first of all. I'm really excited. Because yo- cato denardo. Podcast i mean it is just one of it feels like several will a few really interesting and unique new personal finance brands for latino women and especially and i'm sure that your audience is larger than that. But it was i think it was. I don't know when tiffany. And i were just starting out. There is like no latino people. Latino people doing personal finance podcasts. So i'm just excited that y'all are getting better representation that you're using your voice to reach this audience. And as we say. Bienvenidos as i try to say in my hugh. I appreciate that in it. That really is the kind of origin story of. Why the podcasts. Even exists because of that very reason just not being able to find representation and i fell into personal finance listening to people whose your minute suzie. Orman for me is like the. Og love her. I've actually seen her live. Like i'm that person that ghosts and follows her around but at some point you know it's like that's cool but you're also like a seventy year old white woman within your own private island. I can't honestly say that we have so much in common. So i kinda wanna hear like what are normal. People like me doing with money. And so i couldn't find it so i had to create the space so we can have those conversations. That's so funny. Yeah i can't i mean susie organised so much bigger than her hairstyle and yet. That is the only thing that i think about what i hear about suzy. But yet iconic yali iconic. We'll talk to me about geneva story. Tell me your personal finance origin story if you could pinpoint the experience in your life when you knew while i'm going to really focus in on my finances and wealth-building what would that what would that be for you. Well it's funny. Because i felt like i was good with money until i realized i wasn't which i think happens to a lot of

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"It's going to be great right. It will see you next time right here. Next up everywhere. The doctor who podcast good-bye. Everybody goodbye over can you..

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"You want to take days. You tell me i. I got holidays up. I'll read holly. Sorry what'd you go for that. Follow it dave okay. Hey charleston jesse. I forgot how interesting this episode is with team. Torchwood bringing suzy back susie to solve a case. I don't blame tosh for having a little bit of attitude toward susie and what she and what she used. The ailing take four but then again. Other members of the team have taken alien tacoma and used it arisen. Mitten can also be renamed to the unreason mitten. With what the team finds out about it draining life force from the person using it to bring someone from the dead back to life and suzy's plan becomes even more devious. Jack talking to cathy in the local police President precinct try and get help. Unlocking their lockdown was a nice scene. Yes it's not funny but it is still a little bit funny. Jack would've thought of almost everything. I wish we could have seen more kathy. But then this is torchwood and we're talking about let's see and but then we're gonna ordering pizza name based on the side of the vehicle shrug shoulders as we know the reason why susie wanted to come back daddy issues so they never have really been mentioned in the big finish audios. Maybe someday there we go. She's mentioned a little bit susie. You wouldn't have liked the events of miracle day one but just saying bye bye glove happy. Hello happiness not loneliness. Gwen made it out alive. Ooh i like that a little brothers exactly by by susie by apology did you. And we did. And we can see the relationship. Starting to blossom between yang and jack onto also reminds jack that glove comes in pairs which comes into place these into a rapid appear holly from wisconsin. Thank you holly. That was great. Yeah very musical this week. Oh yes let's get more of that right Lastly we have day proctor. Writing in about they keep killing suzie. So dave writes in. Hello in tartus. Stuck in cardiff. I see look for an source. Pretty good torchwood deals was very dark subject for sure. Also be careful what you ask for eternal life or resurrection. Power both have dire consequences. I like how every see. This is a tough one here so i like how everyone is troubled. That sounds strange but if they were no longer trouble by these events they would no longer be effective. It happens in many fields. Including some i've worked in one feeds on the feeling feelings detaches. For what most people relate to this job would be the pinnacle of that clearly. Suicide was who is his answer as it is for far too many though. Yes so we encourage you to reach out to suicide prevention hotline. Absolutely put that little side. They're perhaps seeing it on tv. We'll help someone. See the warning signs and avoid this finale finality. Hopefully to after we don't talk about these things ignore our own issues and our friends issues. Yeah we should. We need to be more direct about this and not be. I agree with you dave that we need to be more open about these kinds of things. I know a lot of people feel uncomfortable talking about these things but Given the alternative. I think I think a little discomfort is a good thing. Preferred thing considering what could happen. That's just my soapbox. I guess i agree. Yep so one one thinks would make for good..

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I'm going to recommend the woman who lived. Which was the sixth episode of series. Nine in two thousand fifteen written by catherine Jenna and this is from the peter. Capaldi era where a loan on the trail of an alien artifact and sixteen fifty one england. The twelfth doctor interrupts highwaymen known as the nightmare. Carry out a highway robbery of lucy. Fine shaw the doctor finds the artifact and the coaches luggage but the vehicle drives off before we can take it. The doctor finds that the robber is in fact. A schilder the viking girl. He made immortal by altering a meyer repair kit to fix human physiology scenarios. Your major connection so we have an me someone that was brought back from the dead. And you know you've basically they go through the story where Schilder the dr steele this artifact together. They tried to escape this ambush by his rival. Highwaymen named sam. Smith sam swift. Excuse me not sam. Smith is a singer not a not a highwayman as far as i know anyway but but ultimately shoulder after being given another Meyer repair kits Attached the artifacts swiss chest after he gets killed and Brings him back to life. So that essentially She redeems herself with his dad. By saving this character that She had killed and and the essentially that shoulder states at this point after being redeemed by the end of the story that she will remain the doctor's friend. We'll look after those that the doctor leaves behind. Yeah so little better turnout than sousa costello to say yeah You know. I love those episodes and was kind of nice to see you know aria stark in the doctor who universe. Oh yes very nice. Yeah so Yeah it's a pretty good. One committee. Williams is always fun. You know like she's great. Game of thrones great doctor who and she's also great in the movie that you mutants based on the marvel comics characters. She plays wolf's bay. Which if you have. Hbo backs you could actually check that out. Now it's i was going to tell you it. It premiered saturday night on regular. Hbo dvr so it is on my list of watch. I recommend it. it's actually kind of you know dismissed. I think because of the multiple delays getting the movie out and because it was essentially fox's last x. men movie but it's worth your valuable time. I enjoy it. Laurie enjoyed it. She knew nothing about the characters. I was a big fan of the characters. But but busy williams graded so if you love her on doctor who you might wanna check that out. Thank god i did not know she was in. It's an hour. i wanna watch it. Even more yes. She's she's fantastic. All right so listener feedback. We have to this week. Gay and there's two of us that's convenient pretty good. Do you want to take holidays or do.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:43 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Green leaves hospital where her dad is being kept. And this is her co workers you know like just as just as the others are supposed to get in the torchwood mobile and go after her The base starts locking down and so consequently they're having to deal with all this. We talked about this when we were talking. Ds kathy swanson jack. But so they're dealing with the lock down the base trying to get out of that but when you know. She's on the road with with With susan in the car in the passenger seat. And you know suzy's kind of playing this up. She's all frail you know in. You know she's got this kind of Scarf around her head is just look very fragile non-threatening. It doesn't really have a thelma and louise vibe got that right like oh we're two women. Were really trying to sell yet. Susani wasn't a physical threat to her exactly and so by the time we get to the hospital though like you said gwen starts feeling the back of her head and she feels something. Kinda matted back there. She's kind of like you know what is this surp- or so and then you know she realizes he she pulls her hand forward. Oh it's blood and then the big like then you know. The mask comes off of suzy and more. I've actually drained your strength. You know it's like a total supervillain thing. I've told you or the one who is getting the gunshot wound. Well i have gaining in power. You know like a whole like silver age comic book villain. Yeah and the You know stealing the heroes power and then making them that week one. So what did you make of that twist. I loved it. I love even though you didn't see it coming. I didn't see it coming. I bought into this. You know i. I know i keep repeating myself. But this was such a well-structured story right. This is Harlan cobaine is one of my favorite writers and he writes mysteries that are incredibly intricate and have a lot of twists in them. Right and Like in his latest novel. One you've you find out that someone who committed like someone you would not have expected commit a murder for a reason you wouldn't have expected it's it's the name of the book is when okay. It is absolutely fantastic. You definitely recommend this. Is that kind of story and we talked right. That it's a shame they didn't write more either torchwood or doctor who episodes because this is a really well-structured story i and i i knew i wanted to discuss it because i thought it was a cool story. Yes yeah and i. And.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"She arranged things so that if she ever was dead for a certain period some like post hypnotic stuff would happen with this guy. Max he would go around killing various people blaming torchwood for by writing torchwood in blood on the wall and eventually she was with the intention of like. I'm manipulating these events. So they torched we'll have no choice but to bring me back from the dead. However i die. So what did you make of that plan. Well first off you go. How messed up. Is that plan to rise right. Who can that. Why why did you think you were going to die. And why do you think it just it. It's it's a very callous evil plan like i'm going to have these people get killed so that they'll be forced to bring me back to life just seems really manipulative and just Which kind of showed. What's kind of a psychopath will yes exactly. Because you know the nut carrying one whit for any innocence. That would be killed. All she cared about was being brought back from the dead one of the things that i thought was really interesting. That we haven't discussed yet was so after suzy's plan gwen finds out that susie. Her father has cancer and she blamed jack from giving her the access to the one thing that could save him the glove. So i kind of wanted to get your thoughts on a what you thought of of the essentially manipulating when we find out eventually that susie is You know she's got some problems with father some serious issues with her father and and That's when the whole big reveal happened so so when to get your thoughts on the way. Suzy worked win and and brought her around to earn her confidence and sympathy so our our listeners. Do not get a visual but you saying it hook line and sinker right. I bought this totally the first time. Yes i'm like glenn like. Oh yeah of course how. Unfair that you're like let me help you. Yes this is so nice and then oh You know it's a there's the joke right like I had to attend his funeral. So i can make sure the. Sob is dead right. I mean and this this whole You know she's you you've kept her you've you've you've achieved separator from her family. She's not connected with the people from torchwood. She's has to have this lonely person that she memory wipes if she can share everything and oh how much it mentally Tax you and to know that you could help your father if you just could and like no none of that. So you're cool with the idea that that susie just even though she tried to kill jack no which obviously didn't work and she tried to kill. Quinn yeah that that. Oh she was just misunderstood. I just a little bit and then and but when you start getting the reveal that you know like when gwynn's like mike my hair's wet you know and and you you understand now What's a whole series of events. It is a series of. Let me let me let me try. That'll please charles. So essentially gwynne. They're supposed to be this briefing of the team. Gwen ditches the briefing. And then take suzie out of the hub. Drives her to this..

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"With her teammates. So and they all were kind of I don't know we just worked together. And that's You like to think that our heroes in this small group would be best buddies but you know there are people that we worked together with In our individual jobs that we like them but we don't know much about them you know. What are the things that one of the things i like that in this episode there was a good scene where feature between it was tosh in suzie in susan's sitting down by tasha console and trying to can just you know banter little bit either chuck just to kind of have a conversation. Yeah and tosh has zero time for susie traffic care less and then when suzy finally asks her about it tasha all like look. You know this place used to be an honorable place to work before you really shuts her down hard. She's like you know. Like i used to li- joy coming in here feeling good about the stuff that i did until you did what you did. You think of that moment. I liked it a lot charles and i liked the idea that of course we've known we know tasha so shy and we also know that torchwood has a long history of not necessarily doing the best things who the right things i mean. I know that i was a little surprised when we went back and watched the first time i watched tooth and claw and we watched it again right if the idea. That torchwood was built to be against the doctor. Not this not unit not this helpful person but actually you know we're going to fight against our own you know this. We have to have our own thing. Because there's this alien out there that we can't control that really throw you because you came from torchwood deductor who exactly. Yeah like wait. Don't know that's wrong. That's wrong so yeah i like that and i do think that the It wouldn't even talk to her. Yeah oh and just like you know you know she. She was asking okay. I wonder you there. I know you have to be around somewhere. He wouldn't respond at all. Yeah there's this all which was odd characteristic because never shuts up like me right. Yeah why will not say that. But i will say he doesn't shut up The and the the awkwardness right. The tension between that helped set the episode. And and you do get the feeling that maybe they like win a little better. They feel a little guilty about that. And i think you know. Gwen may feel guilty. I i'm not here to replace. You just took the job that they need it. Yeah yeah interesting. I really consider that you think you think they might be feeling guilty about not not just so much. What susie did.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"So what. For as far as we're concerned yeah it was just you know we were cool with it. We can get especially you know. Hey captain. Jack's getting his own show. We kind of knew what jack was anyway because of seeing how he was on doctor who yes so on. A more adult show definitely kind of suited his character. Yeah and i think it's it's interesting he is. He is a true equal opportunity. You know bisexual it is. It does not matter to him. If you're if he finds you attractive he finds you attractive and it doesn't matter what he's an omni sexual he will he will. He will f anything that moves exactly he. Will you know if if you have a lake nearby. The fish exactly so Anything else about these characters and think of anything right which is breezing right along today. Right topic number two. Let's talk owen. Tosh innuendo are torchwood supporting cast. Did you enjoy seeing these characters again. I am foremost because we talked last time. We talked torchwood he was. We're discussing right so so here we are. We're back at the beginning again. And i like these characters. They are not the most likable characters. Once again with the adult themes they are not necessarily likeable companion newton enjoy. You don't think tasha let's think it's always backing up. Owen isn't right. I think owen is the one. I'm specifically thinking about this and hopefully yes no. I really like You know tosh and janta but win can be really a jerk right But i love seeing all of them together in the interactions between each other They're a good team. And so and i like the keep tying this. This was a nice mystery of out of this happen. What is going on. Why is this. What's this person's connection to susie and then we find out. There is a literal connection That one thing the other at least to the next to the next has she didn't feel comfortable sharing things.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Jenkins up having this confrontation once again with with. Suzy and we'll talk about air third topic. But but i wanted to kind of get. Jack's perspective on this because in this in this whole this final climactic scene. Gwen is being held prisoner by by susie has essentially sucked the life force out of her and jack essentially has to make the decision. Well to take suzie off the board to try to save gwynn's life. Yes so knowing how jack feels about previous comrades torchwood. What did you make of. Do you think it was an easy decision for him. Especially considering that hey. Suzy had already tried to kill him previously in the first episode. Or do you think He actually was conflicted by that. So i think you can make the case for both. I'm going to make the case that it was an easy decision for him. Because suzy had become One she was she had killed herself and that she had had this elaborate scheme and had killed other people was the she wasn't the actual tool but she was the person that manipulated. You know people being murdered. So i think in that case. It was easy for jack to decide. Okay gwynne good. Suzy bad. Let's choice. And that's oversimplifying it. But i think that's my that probably won't be that simple because in that moment you know seconds mattered so that battle but i mean that that showdown seconds did matter so yet make it pretty quickly. So that's that was probably his like pro. He's probably like formulating this pros and cons list in his head and that's what he came up with. Take no i see it Anything else about jack in this episode. I he does get a little bit of a little bit of a romantic fleeing at least flirtation with into at the end of this episode. Yeah i thought that was really nice. It is i. I wonder you know i had been warned when i watch torchwood that it had more adult themes as far as you know a little more violence and certainly a little bit. Yeah and i wonder how the traditional doctor who fans like yourself felt with this like. Wow this is doctor who or re just happy because it this is in the doctor who universe but it's it's more an adult show. Yes his own show. I think i think a lot of us were okay because if has a recall go back through the years. Yes you know showing my age here that when torchwood was first announced it was essentially announced along with thirteen adventures. And the with the premise. That torchwood be would be the you know. Four mature audiences version doctor who would be the family show for the entire family in the surge. Adventures would be you know doctor who essentially for younger kids exactly in teens of that so so consequently it. I don't think it was at a problem because they they did establish they were pretty up front about like look. This is not going to be the family. Show the doctor who is right. This is going to be something for skewing a little older and so consequently they're going to they're going to cover a racier topics a little more little more You know a little more sacks little more violence so they're kind of pushing those boundaries and that may not being so quote unquote family friendly like.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Nine dash eight six double-o five eight dash five for the book of emily dickenson polls in this episode. But it's actually the isb number for the oxford dictionary book of quotations interesting. So they gave the wrong. Icbm number would if that was intentional. Susie mentioned something moving in the darkness in this episode and says that it's coming for jack indirectly foreshadowing jack's confrontation with don in the the The series one finale end of days so tissue wondering good. that's all trivia. Have unless you had something else you'd like either. Like i said i was good to see her back and so i'm looking forward to talking about it right so three topics today very simple very simple story so top number one. Let's talk captain jack and let's also talk. Ds kathy swanson now. I thought this would be a good pairing for topics because jack well as we see early in the episode His reputation has preceded him as he shows up at a crime scene. Where tortured is implicated and rents a foul of s. kathy swanson who is none too impressed with his charms later on jackass to kind of Grovel little bit for kathy's help because torchwood gets locked their base much much kathy and the police departments. Yeah truly a great scene where she's got him on speaker. Okay admitted say it again. a really cool character very sharp a very smart. I really liked her banter back. And forth with the jack and It's often shown in these kinds of series that the police are little incompetent and our heroes are the ones that are really smart and it wasn't the case in this case right. She is very good at what she does. Yes she has a little bit more on the ball in this one and she's able to kind of keep it together but But jackie no you know as much as they like to act like they're a little superior to the common police of of the uk that Not this time turns out. They need the please help because they're stuck in their own headquarters which is not a good.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Yes but yeah. I'm looking forward to that with them. I'm a big fan of the tom cruise. I know tom cruise. You know it's a sore spot with a lot of people. Tom cruise mission possible. Movies are my my tom. Cruise guilty pleasures. Because you know. I was miserable. Possible mission impossible failed. Before i became you know knew about tom. Cruise so so consequently. Yeah i this is my pass to myself like. I don't watch any other trump cruz movies. But i will watch the wish mission impossible movies so i'm pretty jd. I'm a pretty big. Tom cruise fan. I like watching him. And and The If tomorrow never comes or whatever the the a few summers ago the time movie that was actually ended up being really really good bad title but a really good film and So but yes. I agree with you and i do think that the mission impossible movies unusual. They actually kind of have an arc with the characters like every once in a while. You know i'll i'll During the lockdown last year. I kind of dvr all of the been watched them in a row. So i know this isn't a mission impossible gas but i want to agree with you. Those are good stuff to watch. And so i would actually possible podcast. Other big was a fan of the original series. I caught it into reruns. It was kind of air before. I was born so but i did catch reruns and i was a huge fan of the eighties mission. Impossible tv series the revival so but But we also get yasmeen as detective sergeant. Kathy swanson in the story. She's notable because she played jabe as in the representative from the forest of that assisted the nice doctor in the second doctor. Who story for the modern era. The end of the world very nice. She also is notable because to doctor. Who fans because she plays seventh doctor companion roz forrester for big. Finish in like the various. The they've done. The character was actually created in in novels during the nineties in the wilderness. Years of doctor. Who between you know the the end of the original tv series in the nineteen ninety-six tv movie so they created some companions for the.

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:17 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Again so yes we're redoing torchwood month once again here. Next up everywhere. And we've got some requests to do a few other torchwood episodes. So i was trying to fill out the month because i need one more episode of torchwood month and i thought this would be a really good episode because i really liked this episode to. I think it's a. It's a very well written episode. It's especially you know you know it's one of the more i think it's one of the highlights of series one where you really get to Can get a feel a little bit more of everybody's personalities every eight each of the characters get spotlighted here and there. But but what i really like about this mostly is that you finally get some more back story about suzie costello the torchwood member who essentially what a little cuckoo for cocoa pops in the show's first episode. Everything changes and you know as is discussed in this story when cooper replaces her after she kills herself and tries to kill jack. But of course. Jack can't be killed so epic fail on that one but but but susie when this episode starts is dead but they figure out how to bring her back at least for this episode and It was great to to get the return of indira varma once again. As suzie costello. So i really liked. I just want to talk about. I'm glad you picked her. Because yes i know originally watched torchwood. I was very disappointed that we lost indira verma very quickly. Because she's one of my. I just liked everything that she's been in and especially i. I really liked her when she was on The i'm drawing a blank but the the fox humor target. You know the human human target right. Yeah and Loosely based there but yes yes yes yeah and So i was really glad. And so then when. I'm watching this and see her come back in. I'm like oh great and a really clever about how the story unfolds. And so yeah. This was a good one to pick. Charles yeah i thought i thought so. I thought it was interesting when that would make a good discussion. So so we'll see if i'm right. Stay tuned everybody. So this of course stars. John barrowman as captain. Jack harkness eve myles gwen cooper. Burn gorman as owen harper the echo maury as she goes otto and gareth david lloyd as young to- jones where series one so. They're all alive at this point. Ray and even owens alive still at this point. He doesn't die until next season but Like we're talking about indira. Varma is one of the guest stars in this one sukasto like i said she was in the episode. Everything changes the very first torchwood episode. Just a reprises suzy. If you're a big finish audio fan for the torchwood audio's that big finish does including the stories moving target sink and the torchwood archives. So if you wanna hear more of indira varma. As suzie costello those are three episodes. You should track down a big fan on. Oh that sounds good. That sounds real good recently. She's notable because she's played the character of piety breaks. Beer on the series carnival. Row game of thrones fans of course know her as a lauria said. What are the the taurus sand sisters. And you know that she was Just play niobe on. Hbo rome had a very prominent role. There issues going to be in the upcoming tom. Cruise movie mission impossible seven. Oh good for her. So that's a pretty big notable is at least whatever we get to go back to the theaters..

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"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

02:58 min | 6 months ago

"suzie" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"The next stop everywhere. The doctor who podcast co host shell skaggs back in the tartus once again or not. Really the tartus. I guess this would be more torchwood hub as my wonderful co host jesse jackson and gonna talk torchwood series. One so please. Everyone welcome my wonderful cohost. Jesse jackson how're you doing. Jesse i am great charles. I love all our special companions but it is kind of fun when we go school in this. Just you and i know it just it. it is. it's they're both equally as fun but it was just kind of a treat. And i appreciate how you split that up. And kinda kinda mix it up My rhythm again. Because i'm supposed to introduce only we don't have interesting. Okay yeah and then. I just pulling the curtain back. I shared with you right before we started like. Oh by the way. I've been nauseous. All day like okay. we need to cancel. no no no So i'm feeling better already and jesse's player the disabled list. Everybody so so everybody keeping me in your thoughts and hopefully i told him if we need to bail. You know it's perfectly okay because you know your health is important. That's more important than the podcast so So just let me know but hopefully we can get through this and get back on the mend. Hopefully you know torchwood has a special place in my heart for in the doctor who universe. We're talking torchwood with your gateway as we've talked about absolutely so so here episode to twenty-six we're going to be discussing they keep killing suzie. This was the eighth episode from torchwood series. One all the way back in two thousand six. So we're looking fifteen years mileage on this one already just doesn't seem that way charles seal old yet. I always it is. This was written by paul tomlin. Dan mccormick who never wrote for torchwood ever again directed by dave strong who actually directed some very notable doctor who episodes including voyage of the damned partners in crime. That was the first one that reintroduced donna as a official companion implanted at the dead from david tennant's final series with a series of specials from two thousand nine all good and i don't know about you charles but i actually think the this was a pretty well written episode. I thought it was very clever..

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"suzie" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"suzie" Discussed on By His Grace

"She speaks I. Remember the first time I went to she speaks SR walking down the hall and before like they're susie. eller And then I had the chance to to read some of her her books and hear her speak and now I am so excited because she has written a new book called Joy Keeper Susie is an author and a speaker podcast host and a wife and a Mama and grandma, and we are going to just talk about all the things that have to do with joy today and the struggles that we face that try to rob us of our joy. So suzie welcome to the by His grace podcast roams the thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. Well it was a lot of fun I was reading your book yesterday and I got to the point in the book that talks about you with your grandchildren and I'm like, did she name her car after me? Well for those who are listening I have I have a car that my grandkids thing is real and not just a real car but like real person and sometimes I don't WanNa go get ice cream but misty dies and so they love her. That was just really fun that you just have this fun silly side with with your grandchildren and. But today we're going to get into happiness is one thing and silliness is one thing. But having joy is is a totally different.

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Charred body of poker player found in Michigan park

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Charred body of poker player found in Michigan park

"The FBI has joined the investigation into the mysterious death of a professional poker player known as Suzie Q., her burn body was discovered in a public park in Michigan grew up, but her career spanned the country and tonight. Investigators are asking for the public's help to together. What happened? Here's ABC's Renshaw. Right this is Suzie. Zahle Professional Poker Player who went by the name Suzie Q. Raking in a fifteen thousand dollar hand. Tonight the FBI Michigan State Police in an urgent search to find the killer behind her mysterious disappearance. Zach's body was found burned on July. Thirteenth in a secluded recreational area of the Pontiac. Lake authorities are not ruling out her death, being linked to someone in her poker circuit, which spanned across the country to determine whether or not. This is a cover up or this. Maybe some sort of retaliatory incident because of her profession, thirty-three-year-old recently moved from Los Angeles to live with her parents in Oakland County, Michigan. She had just been seen by her mother the night before she disappeared her loved ones. Now saying they're at a loss for who could have taken her life I can't even think how somebody could do that. She was a free spirit in the truest sense. She played by our own rules. She followed her dreams. Bicycle Casino is one of the places where Suzie Q. would play poker. She was just in the L. A. Area a month before she went missing, but tonight police honing in on the key dates July, twelfth and thirteenth, asking for anyone who saw during that time to help them with this murder mystery

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WMW Backchat - 20 July 2020 - burst 1

Women Making Waves Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

WMW Backchat - 20 July 2020 - burst 1

"I don't know why people actually engaged with this and made masks into expressions. As a great opportunity to that it is it is yourself look fabulous? I think that will happen though Linda now that we have suggested it, things will happen. Rather you suggested I think of big grinning face. pouty face. You could change as your mood changes, but you think this whole thing about wearing a face mosque is that you will not be able to see women county lip sending more, and you know when they tried to mate with men in the pub and. were, trying to make contacts and a huge sometimes do women sort of sprout? The Lips Sprout I'll certainly. Do Young Girls. Do it when they're when they're posing. Don't Yes i? Do that funny thing with a month so to the mating moment the the bit where you're trying to send vibes to a new partner new mate. is on the pouting. Let boss Yeah. That's what you're going to have studiousness. Oh! The sales must be. Down plummeting, yeah, absolutely pointless. Yeah, you wouldn't even have to brush your teeth. Actually think about it. Would you. You could hide. Hold Ma. You could even hide your sports. Exactly. Bother cleaning no makeup. You don't have to wipe united a step too far. What did you say the whole thing about looking off your face behind a mosque is quite an interesting. One is how we will not worry about certain parts of our face because we're wearing a mosque. We probably will really yeah, because you do have to take, but but. Just an interesting idea, but I do think expressive masks are the way to go I've I've never seen any I've been looking for them for the past couple of weeks and thinking, where are they? Why are people not doing this? A face mask with an expression John on it. Yeah, but wouldn't you have to have a couple of face more so that you'd have a happy? Happy just in case you need it, and then he's just change it for a side or a mare annoyed. Yes, could have your pockets could be full of different moods. Yeah, lit facemask. Yes, you see when you buy them. You buy them in a set of five from. You could be happy feeling. Happy, sad sign noy yet fed up the pissed off facemask yep the. So depending where you where you could just change into them. This could be the moment, couldn't it? This is could be the moment. This will takeover lipstick and I have got lipsticks in my car. My Desk my handbag Oh. Yeah. Forget or just plain one and paint lipstick on and a big grin. What you could do, is somebody bumped into you? I should turn ride to hang. Can. Slightly annoyed facemasks. Turnaround. You'd be willing the correct expression yes. Can you imagine? Can you imagine going out for the first time with dates and you have a few may face malls. And if you're getting in the compensation, if it's getting a little bit irritating, you're not really enjoying this. person's you board face. Excuse me I just need to do something you would. And then turn back again. And say I'm not happy. You could go farther. If there were very amusing. You can have the big grin laughing face mask with the words. HA, ha coming! into. Don't like you tuned. And, to be honest, you wouldn't have to say the words anymore. Actually you don't even have to buy tests. You could put a face Moscone into say. I. Think I think it'd make a fortune. Start purchasing space must. Come, on Suzie with Yes to do it, we have this is a business opportunities to be his. What should we call it? Should we move towards mood face mosques? Medina's smoothie. Really must glued plane. Face masks and we just paint expressions on I. think a work, Susie. This is our moment, isn't it? The heart was the after you're busy. Pick me up -solutely, yeah. A, great name which Moss I have on today because I need help this person that he's fired. Could. Grinning Musk. Come in, sit down.

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How Canticos Creator Susie Jaramillo Built an Inclusive Kids' Brand

Latina to Latina

11:01 min | 1 year ago

How Canticos Creator Susie Jaramillo Built an Inclusive Kids' Brand

"Had a meal knows how to build a brand for years. She led one of the top multicultural creative agencies in the US then she decided to apply that expertise for brand of her own encompass a media company that designs develops and distributes animated films books and Apps Today Day. I'm in Suzy's home in Brooklyn hoping to absorb her wisdom on branding pivoting mid-career instinct focused on the purpose. That drives her business suzie. I was planning on starting this interview by telling you that because I know interview new. I've been singing this by ethos and we're seeing that in my home all the time of But Wow I am with you on a big day for you. Yeah it's it's a very exciting day. Two two million dollars raised in an oversubscribed seed round. Yeah it's very exciting. That's got to feel good. It the imprinting is really shows how people really get the opportunity. It shows how you know. The investment community really understands who need for content and for brands hands that appeal to diverse markets diverse kids to raise families. What was it like to walk into those rooms and make those pitches it it was? I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's a little intimidating because Because I don't come from finance I've never raise is money before I got to walk in with my partner. WHO's amazing and I have a fundamental belief that if you be true to yourself everything else will follow? It was my job in those rooms to tell the story. That's all I had to do by also really felt I walked into every single Thinking if this to be it will happen. If this is not meant to be it will not happen and and that is a wonderful way of like letting go of all of your fears. I've always believed that like fears for rich people right there with insecurity. Those are like luxuries. I can't really afford so I would just walk in like okay. This is what we're doing. This is what we're doing it. It makes complete sense to us if you would like to be a part of this in help purpose built. You are welcome if you have a if you really question this opportunity if you question this market if you don't believe in what we're doing we're probably not the right fit for you you you say. Your premise is simple when in reality what you're trying to do is very complicated Build beloved brands and tell authentic stories create content inspired by a world of culture US media and technology as a force for good. Those are not simple goals. Susie you know one at a time name I I like to say you can do everything just not at once not all at once and you put one foot in front of the other. If you're gonNA build a brand it might as well. Maybe a beloved brands that stands the test of time right. If you're going to build a brand it might as well have substance. It might as well have stories if you come from a diverse this culture you might as well tell your story You might as well elevate your community And if you're an artist if you're a creative I think you you do your best when you serve when you are true to your community when you're a true to your values and when you are to the message that you think needs needs to be told at a given point in time and I think right now it's really important that our stories be told the way we wanna tell them who you say you knew what was missing in the market. What was missing? Well it's kind of funny so I I came from the advertising space and I'm GonNa just do the setup I in on a regular basis. I pitched the the multiple markets the Latino opportunity. In how how how much How powerful this market was? Did you ever get to a point where you would say. They're the most brand loyal group American. Almost gag from the fact that you have us us my my frustration with his with the Latin communities that they don't demand more they don't demand more from their media companies more from the companies that they buy from their market. It gets taken for granted completely and that was the massive source of frustration for me. It's like sure they they watch these media outlets because they're the only ones that cater to them and didn't want to tell their stories and I was like I love these cultures. I lived these cultures and so I felt that okay. So here's a business opportunity. Now you know because on a regular basis. I'm pitching this business. Yeah I know that these These my most of my clients are not really going to do much because they can. I just want to do what's good enough And I was having babies and I was kind I'm done mentally done with. Advertising was okay this is. I'm not doing what I was supposed to do. I know that you have this little inside voice. It's the little voice that tells you you know. This would be a a really good idea. You could do this really well And I wasn't drawing. I'm an artist by trade. What I studied? That's what I'm best at and I was like like you know what there's a massive opportunity to do. Wonderful beautiful illustrated stories animated projects for in my my case in the Latin community. And I'm not going to do it here in the advertising agency let me at least in a low hanging fruit I mean where my board books that celebrate my Latin culture whereas Los dos elsewhere it whereas Valencia. And I was like if I don't do this someone else is GonNa do it. They're going to do it badly. And I'm going to be so I'm going to be so are a lot of people that have done about it. I mean wouldn't you. I've had the experience of going to buy Spanish language books for my child and I was not a lot on the shelf. A lot of what's on the shelf. Feels like it was an afterthought sims my husband's like did they run this through Google translate to like do they have an actual Spanish Naggar. Who wrote that's what what when you actually looked at the market? What wasn't there so most of what you would find in terms of board books were translations thousands of American nursery rhymes or translations of American classics important books? Eric Carlyle Dr Seuss in Spanish right. But you couldn't couldn't find the witty wonderful issue rhymes that actually come from that culture which also matters because those things are written to rhyme in a way that helps you learned and some basics of language doesn't work in transliteration exit also so so that was my talent right because I if we can sing twinkle twinkle star in Spanish why why can't the American markets signals produce in English. Why can't Arner three rhymes be American classics? We're a part of this tapestry. Now so part of my challenge as a kid who grew up. Dr Seuss was let me take all of these wonderful nursery rhymes and interpret them in English. And I want American kids to sing thing little. Ticky squeaky wheel feel you know what I mean and understand these nursery rhymes and seeing them in English and this this way the Spanish will be closer took the culture will be closer to them because part of our responsibility as cultural ambassadors is to bring the cultures closer together whether it be through language anguish whether through pre culture are. It doesn't matter like if I have a little American kid singing in English a little Latin. Could we'll get excited. They we know it right. Even though it's an English familiar to them anyways I just wanted to make it easier for everybody. So how did you start. I didn't know exactly what this would look like. I knew it would be a brand. I knew it would celebrate all these adorable little characters. Start starring Little Ticky Pretty cute right But I didn't know how I was GONNA do it. However it just made sense to start with board bucks and I wanted the board books to be reversible and lift the flap so for someone who doesn't have a child aboard book book is a Board Book is a thick heavy book that a kid will not tear easily critical thing understand? We're on it. I will survive you you wanted. It's like Xuan ability imports. And here's here's another part this is. This is a book that has very few words. So if you're an artist it's it's low hanging fruit. It's a book that relies heavier on art that it does than it does on on Written prose so you can do a board book with one nursery tree rhyme so I was like oh my gosh. This is a series. It's mother goose for the for the Latino community but it I personally find bilingual. Books oftentimes sometimes cumbersome because it's two languages that they throw at you at on the same page and it's it's it's cumbersome and I wanted to do this. In a different format I wanted reversible board books because because with reversible board books you can read it in in Spanish in one language and when the kid goes again again okay again. Let's written English so you get to read to the child one on language at a time and you instilled them in the love for languages with the repetition and then they're able to appreciate things like phonics and music and early literacy excuses skills one at a time so I wanted to explore that new format which I've never seen done with books here in the United States and and I had it in my head like I gotta do this gotTa do this but of course life takes over right ahead. At the time I had two little kids I had a four year old and a two and a half year old and the two and a half year old was starting pre pre K.. Like two days a week two and a half days a week in a little playgroup in a church basement and she. He did not want to go to her group and she was throwing all kinds of temper tantrums and being the sucker that I was I decide. Okay I will leave. I'll sit here for four hours or at least maybe half an hour until you let me go and I was in a church basement with there was no internet so I couldn't read the news on my phone. Which is normally what I would have done so I grab some construction paper? And I started mapping out my little stickies book the first book that we did and when I saw how the format actually really worked and how I could lift the flap into peel and how I could make the create a wheel and make the the hen run to go get the the corn. I got really excited and that was just the START I hey. I had a fully illustrated book two weeks later because I got so excited. I just immediately start drawing illustrated and then after that I just started the next book. Okay now I'm GonNa do elephants now because one think I knew from my time as a creative is that you can talk all day long. But if you don't show people something they cannot imagine at the battles of so you know if you and if you can't do the due diligence of believing in yourself and fleshing out your idea yourself will then it's not their responsibility to like project act a made up vision of what you could do into the air so it is important that you just do it that you just you know you know. It's funny because oftentimes people will tell me. Well how did did you find the time to do it and Blah Blah and. I just think it's important to know that you will never find the time nobody ever finds time. You make the time if you really want to do something thank you just do it and everything else has followed since

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Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson And Sofia discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson And Sofia discussed on Pro Rata

"So earlier this morning virgin galactic announced it will become the first commercial space company to go public or even more specifically it will be the first commercial space tourism company to go public as virgin galactic isn't really about partnering with nasa launch satellites or send astronauts to the moon it wants to rocket ordinary people albeit very rich ordinary people into orbit so this suzie decade old brainchild of richard branson de british billionaire who has a habit of spinning off his companies and it already has hundreds of customers who put down a combined eighty million dollars in ticket deposit the deal itself is nearly as complicated as space travel as this won't be a garden variety i peo instead virgin galactic plans to go public could be something called they reverse merger and i know you're riser proudly glazing over but hear me out here basically it gets bought by an already public company called social capital head of sofia except social capital little head of sofia isn't really a company at least how people normally consider a company it's something called they special purpose or blank cheque acquisition vehicle which went public over a year ago with the sole purpose of buying another company in other words it doesn't have a product it's product is the company it buys now if the thing hadn't struck a deal with virgin galactic or another company after a few years social capital hedda sophia would have just wound down in returned its money the shareholders so this blank cheque company the social capital hedda sophia is led by guy named mosque polly oppa tia venture capitalist former facebook executive in minority owner of the golden state warriors he'll become chairman a virgin galactic succeeding richard branson and it is trump's biggest that date particularly given the he's also investing one hundred a million dollars of his own money into it for the for profit space sector it'll become the first test of the public investors wanna fly

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"suzie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"suzie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Suzie Q part one the mono single version in the bumper rotation. EIB network. One other thing that general keen said last night. In addition to the bite we just played where he said that Trump didn't get confirmation. The drone strike may have been a boo-boo General Khin last night suggested that we might be very conservative on our hit on Iran here regarding drawn. We might they might kinda hold our cards here because of the Tchaikovsky. This is a fascinating theory. Tchaikovsky are one of the biggest importers of Iranian oil. And we are in the midst of some pretty serious trade negotiations with the check comes do you wanna know how serious those trade negotiations are as you well know, I as a hobby, read all kinds of different things besides political news, and regular news, one of the things I read his tech blogs because I'm fascinated with gadgetry gizmos. And this has not yet made it to the so-called mainstream news, but it's going to pretty soon. The chairman of the gigantic company that assembles apple products name of that company is Foxconn. They just opened a factory in Wisconsin. They make over ninety percent of all iphone, they assemble them in China near schenn's. They've got factories that employ one and a half million people because of these trade negotiations and the rising likelihood of more tariffs, the chairman of this cuff, Terry, go is his name O. You is suggesting that apple get serious about moving production out of China. At least thirty percent of China's not something to be done overnight. He wants to move some of the production of Taiwan. Terry goes going to run for president atop wanna step down as the chairman of Foxconn. And they got the new guy coming up, July first, but this guy, Terry was an amazing amazing success story in and of itself to have risen to the point of there would not be iphones made as cheaply and abundantly in his affordably for not for this guy, and his well, apple has a lot about how their products are manufactured to, but they actually make it happen. Now, there are other companies that assemble other apple products, but FOX cons, the big one. And when this guy starts suggesting to Tim cook an apple, you might wanna seriously start thinking about relocating, some of your assembly process outside of mainland China strictly because of the tariff war of the trade, negotiate, that is a short sign that everybody thinks this is going to go on for a while. And I'll tell you how it's going to end it's going to end with Trump winning because the tricalm's need our market and may need iphones to be made in mainland China and not Taiwan or India or Brazil, or Vietnam, which are all possible locations for new sites. But it would it would man it would take a long time. The supply saying the supply chain for iphones is all right there in mainland China within driving distance of these factories. But the tricalm's need our market. They need everybody in the world needs this Mark, they need you. They need the American consumer, they need your dollars. They need your commerce. There's no market in the world comparable to the United States market. Meeting, a Konami, and that's actually why Trump will prevail here. So General Khin is suggesting that we may have held our cards on this strike because of the megotiating the tricalm's on trade. They get the vast amount of their oil from Iran or the biggest importers of Iranian oil. And with all of these negotiations going on with the child calms it may not be bad to have them. Oh, us one meeting. The China comes so we pull back. We announced that we're gonna hit then we don't. And we could say the check, we're thinking of you JJ ping, we don't wanna do anything that might upset Iranian oil shipments to you. We're also building, according to General Khin. We are building a European coalition against Iran. Not just us to bring them back to the table. But. Like I said yesterday. Trump is surrounded by people who want to wipe Iran off the face of the earth, and they've wanted to do this for thirty or more years, I think Bolton may be one of them, and I will guarantee you that when Trump decided to cancel the hit there were some pretty ticked off people there, but that they have to deal with Trump's the boss, but make no mistake. They are they are still they're loved, it illustrate this couple more soundbites. This is Douglas McGregor. He was on the Tucker Carlson last night. Former US army, Colonel and Tucker said, look, I don't want to be paranoid. But I've watched all this before it does seem as if the president is strongly opposed to conflict with Iran. He knows it will define as administration. He knows that. Probably does not serve American interests, but people who work for him are pushing the US in a position where war is very likely if not inevitable, am I imagining this? No, I don't think you are. He's surrounded by people in the defense, department, in the chain of command in his own national Security Council staff, in the State Department who are absolutely committed to finding ways to attack Iran. I think the president understands that an attack on Iran would result in an all out war. The notion of limited strikes is absurd the Iranians would respond with everything they have because their economies at ruins their backs are against the wall. He knows that exactly what I told you yesterday that there are people in Trump's immediate orbit who want to wipe them off face the earth. Now, mcgregor's theory is that if we do this little proportionate response of the hippie, the area, the military base or what? Whatever in solut- installation launched this drone if we just hit that. That his theory is the Iranians would respond with everything they have because their economies in ruins their backs are against the wall and Trump knows this. If, if you're a commies in ruins in your back's against the wall, why do you let it all hang out after a proportionate response. Like that would be. I mean, you would think that the Iranians would have to think that this is it we got one chance to save ourselves. So we hit their drone me knocked thrown out Trump hits the installation that, that, that launched the drone, so we're going to respond with all out warfare which might effectively wipe us out. That's what McGregor said. There. It's, it's he would know more than I is the former military guy, sounds strange to me, one sound, byte remaining Chris Wallace America's newsroom. Fox News channel today. Sandra smith. So what did you make of it? When we learn this morning via tweet from the president, that he did confirm he called off those strikes when he learned about potential casualties. I have to say, I think it raises as many questions as a dancers, the idea that ten minutes before the strike is the president, says you'd suddenly asked, what gee, how many people are going to be killed if we go ahead with strikes, that usually is discussed an in depth a great deal before that hours before that ever happens. So it does raise the question, does the president really have the stomach to launch this kind of attack and get more deeply involved, perhaps in a confrontation with Iraq. So he didn't say enjoy the analogy to Obama's red line. Other people have done that, but this is one of the reactions that Trump check it out. Trump be pulled out a, a big is a big bluff and Trump loss. That's, that's what the Democrats are media are attempting to sell as they embark or continue on their course of protraying Trump is an accidental incompetent very dangerous. Doesn't know what he's doing. Gotta get him out of there as soon as we can blah, blah, blah. All right. It's open line Friday, when it got the phone calls. We'll do that start with that right after we got back from the center of the radio universe. Rush. Network. Rush Limbaugh streaming live right now. KOA NewsRadio dot com. Watered? And this is Steve investor insights, stifles, chief investment officer, Michael O'Keefe Michael, we hear from time to time comments about interest rates. Why is this so important to rates? People tend to track are the ten year treasury rate, and the fed funds rate. Well, why is the fed funds rate, so important, the Federal Open Market committee is the branch of the Federal Reserve Board that sets monetary policy meeting several times a year to among other things set. The fed funds rate, which is the rate at which banks lend reserve balances overnight to one another. The fed funds rate usually affects the rate banks charge. Customers for everything from auto loans to credit cards to home mortgages, higher rates can slow down this type of borrowing and possibly the economy. And what about the ten year treasury rate? The ten year treasury is probably the most well known as it serves as an anchor or benchmark rate as interest rates rise existing bonds held in a portfolio will most likely followed price and turn if an investor is.

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