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Fresh update on "swan" discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Guys who dropped back, who made it difficult on him. Even mason plumley who isn't a great protector is the guy with a ton of size in there who's going to fill that way. And of course, Portland packed the paint against them and took the ball out of his hands. So this was a game where he could beat guys one on one. You didn't see a lot of traps. You didn't see a lot of doubles. When teams defend them like that or you face teams that don't have good defenses like Washington, it's going to be much easier from the operator. So I want to ask a question to Joe swan Bobby. This is going to shock a lot of people. I know you guys watched the game a lot more closely than I did today. So was there out of Tatum's 51 points? Was there something that because Marcus smart was in the game? Was there something that allowed him to score other than the fact? He went 9 to 14.3, whereas a lot of that just him alone, or is there something that kind of gave you a look into what he needs to happen to unlock that scoring? Is there an upgrade somewhere positional wise, like that this others can do? Because there are two people one or two camps right now. One, it's basically trade everybody and start over or continue to try to build around Tatum and brown. So is there something that happened in this game that would make you think like, okay, yeah, that worked and they need more of this type of a player. I mean, not really just because Jason Tatum did a good job of establishing his outside shot early and often. So I feel like a lot of the shot the attempt to look, it got easier for him because there were so many distracting right now because there were so many threes that they had to worry about that. It opened up the floor a bit. But at the same time, you got to get credit to the self his teammates as well because I thought everyone did a good job of just constantly moving the ball passing from ball around. Making sure that they didn't get stagnant. The guys like Schroeder had been hogged the ball like he usually does or whenever they get into certain droughts or whatever they start to touch shots..
Movies to Watch This Weekend
"Okay. One minute, what else should we see? All right, I'll do rapid fire here. Because we haven't been on a couple of weeks. No. Avoid avoid the matrix resurrections. You know that from your tweets. Don't go see that not very good. It's on HBO Max. If you have to see it, watch it on HBO Max. Don't go to theaters. And waste your time and money there. There's a movie on Apple TV plus called swan song, which stars Maharashtra la Ali the two time Oscar winner. He's playing a kind of a double role himself and a clone of himself. The premise of the film, it's like a bit like a Black Mirror episode, the Netflix sci-fi speculative fiction series, but the premise is he's dying of a disease and transfers his memories into a new body. So his family will not lose him. It's very heartfelt touching and poignant. He is a great actor. It is worth watching for his acting performance. A bit of a downer. Don't go to that one. Don't go to that one expecting a real super uplifting thing, but very, very good. One more. One more. Licorice pizza, licorice pizza is in theaters everywhere now. The new one from Paul Thomas Anderson. I loved it quite a bit. I loved it. It's a little bit long. It's two and a half hours or so. It's a kind of a Shaggy dog. Yeah, let's talk about that next week instead of never Trump always Trump. We'll talk about licorice pizza in
Was Frank Sinatra a Failure? 'Sinatra: The Life' Authors Tell Us
"And I have the co authors of this major new biography of Frank Sinatra. It's called Sinatra the life. Anthony summers and Robin swan. You have a quote in your book that I'll read to you from George Fraser, the legendary Boston Globe critic. He set the Frank Sinatra directly all your life you wanted to be a big man, but the wrong kind of big man, you're a sad case, Frankie, I think you're the best male vocalist that ever lived, but I also think you're a miserable failure as a human being. Was that accurate or exaggerated? It was certainly tough from the hip, you can't as a biographer. I mean, we really work at this and we work to try and get as far as one can humanly into the person and the personality and the suffering and the joys of the person that we're studying. And this was a guy who we ended up liking in spite of and that's a very big in spite of in spite of his involvement with the mob, I think you must ask her, but I think my course of Robin as a woman liked him as a person in spite of his pretty savage treatment of many of the women that he knew and the women that we interviewed and we were lucky enough to talk to now that he's gone. He's been gone almost exactly 7 years to talk to a number of the women that he knew for significant periods of his life. And almost to a woman they spoke of him in spite of the way he'd sometimes treated them. He spoke of they spoke of him with lasting affection. This is a guy who had something very, very positive and yet could be a really unpleasant person.
Do the Kids Today Know and Love Sinatra? Caller Sven Says 'Yes!'
"Anthony summers and Robin swan in Ireland, authors of this new biography of Frank Sinatra Sinatra the life published by knopf. One thing you can always say about the site from that they often publish wonderful books is that they are the finest paper, most beautiful layout that as one has been published in a number of times I really appreciate that. Ah, we're talking about Frank Sinatra, and I want to take a couple of calls. I really obviously want to devote the time to you the authors, but it is interesting to me. How quickly the lines lit up when I said if you're under 33 and you love Sinatra. And I have to believe that the speed with which they lit up says something. Here's a 15 year old in Diamond Bar, California 16 year old Sven hello Sven. Hi, Dennis. Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. I'm 16 years old and I was in power records, I think one time and the little listening station things that they have in there. I put on the headphones and there was a Franks and opt for CD playing and I just listened and it kind of drew me in because it really sounded cool and it was just something that I really enjoyed listening to and I like kind of the jazz ear songs. It was all just really good music do you have the UF Friends your age who likes Sinatra? Yeah, actually, I've got about three or four of my friends and I had them. I bought one of the CDs and they were listening to it, I think we were in the car driving somewhere. And they all listened to it. And they thought it was really cool
Dennis Asks 'Sinatra: The Life' Authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan, 'Will Frank Sinatra Endure?'
"And I have just come across this new biography of Frank Sinatra with filled with pictures as well as great fascinating detail about his life. The two authors are Anthony summers who was a former BBC journalist, and Robin swan is also a journalist and they have written biographies of Jay Edgar Hoover and Richard Nixon. Anyway, this book is titled Sinatra the life. You can't get much briefer than that much more concise. So Anthony and Robin, I welcome you to the program. Hello there. You're both now. I'm speaking to you, you're in Ireland. Yes, that's our home base. Okay. We both brought in as you actually will gather in a moment is America Italian American born and bred. I'm from Ireland and this has been my base for years, but America in a way has been my patch as a journalist for many years. Well, welcome to America via radio to both of you. I have so much to ask you. First, I guess the first is, do you believe, 'cause I was talking about this just the other day. I finally came across didn't come across. I finally worked out my own definition of great art, music, or any other art. And that is that it will endure over generations there are two and that it endures in repeated hearings for any given listener. Will Frank Sinatra endure, I think we think so, would you agree Robin? Absolutely. I think we think so and a measure of it perhaps is in sheer longevity and endurance as a test, we worked on this book so not for the life for the past four years. And when I say work, I mean sort of 8 days a week. And that meant that 8 days a week and often far into the night, we both played Sinatra. We have two because we were writing his life. And we still like it. Now there aren't many people that you could listen to every day for full years and still be successful. And we're not
Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'
"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida
Truman Capote’s Ultimate Betrayal of the Group of Female Friends He Called His 'Swans'
"Folks I'm talking to the author, Lawrence lemur, the author of capote's women, a fascinating book, detailing the extraordinary and strange relationships that this, I don't know what you call him. This man child, this genius, Truman Capote had with all of these wealthy society, women in the 50s and the 60s. I was asking you in 1976 when he finally allows esquire to publish something, maybe to keep the publisher at bay who paid him this big advance. That all of these women knew who they were portrayed in this excerpt and they all felt betrayed. Did any of them remain friends with him? Yeah, I mean, Lee Roswell stayed friends with him and CZ guest because he didn't send a negative about them in the excerpt. But his life sort of fell apart after this. It's like he cashed in his chips by publishing this thing. He groomed all of these women, groomed these relationships, and then suddenly decides to betray them. Do you think was he a deeply mean spirited person to do something like this? It seems cruel to me to have people who are confiding in you and then to betray them publicly in this way. He was an egomaniac. He was incredibly charming, but he lived an isolated life by himself in a real sense. He was friendless. So yes, he's God. So why not betray these women? There was Friends forever. And he didn't understand why they were so upset. And I think they were right to be upset. Some of his some of Truman's Friends, oh, they deserve it. They were just as rich worthless women. I don't feel that way at all. I think it was a terrible thing to do. He died in 1984. He was somebody that you could see at Studio 54. He always seemed to be making the scene, so to speak. He seemed to cultivate his public image, probably infinitely more than he cultivated an actual personal inner life. And it seems to have destroyed him. He was actually quite young when he died, wasn't he? His 59. Yeah, 59. Tell us some of the stories in this book. First of all, why would you write it with a title capote's women? In other words, why not simply write about Truman Capote and have the stories of these women be incidental to it? What made you want to focus on the women themselves? Because he wanted to write this masterpiece. This is going to be his master degree. So people would forget in cold blood or breakfast at Tiffany's. This is a book that would live forever. So as an author, I'm just fascinated by somebody that has that ambition. And what happens with it? And this is a guy with brilliant instincts in literary instincts. There is a he knew there was a great story to be told about these women. I mean, I tell it, I'm getting fabulous reviews. I don't tell it the way Truman would tell the feed been able to do it. But it's a fantastic story. There's no question
'Capote's Women' Author Laurence Leamer Writes About People Who 'Live on the Edge'
"I just discovered that there's a new book out called capote's women, it is by Lawrence lemur, the subtitle is a two story of love betrayal and a swan song for an era. It's a beautiful book, and I'm looking forward to talking about it with its author. Lawrence leamer, welcome to the program. Eric, thanks so much for having me. While it's a joy, I have written three pretty long biographies myself and I appreciate the genre. And I think that there's something you can do in a biography that you can't do in any other book. You can bring a period of time alive. It's an extraordinary thing. The time in which Truman Capote lived the 60s in New York, we can't even begin to really imagine what world he lived in. But I actually, you've begun and you've put it in a book. You've written many books on many other fabulous people, most of them taller than Truman Capote, which is saying nothing. You've written about the kennedys. You've written about Johnny Carson. What led you? I know you were a journalist. What led you before we get into this specific book into writing these kinds of books about these celebrated figures? Look, alas, I only have one life to lead. In writing these books, I enter other people's lives. But they've got to be somebody fascinating. They've got to be people who live at the edge. You take chances. That's what I want. With a China car or whether it's the kennedys or JFK or that generation or whoever or Donald Trump for that matter, people live at the edge.
Journalist Jonathan Swan Goes on MSNBC to Attack Dan Bongino
"Here's Jonathan Swan media guy you know fake news specialist right Here's on with Joe Scarborough on MSNBC I don't know if he had makeup on before they hit her without it feel really special and stuff And Jonathan Swan's on MSNBC You know they're looking like all the serious type you know all polished and professional What does he do He attacks yeah yours truly damn bogino because I call axios out on their fake news all the time and fake news specialists like this guy Listen to him pretty much openly call for me to be for action to be taken against me against Facebook Watch the implication here he makes about me on Facebook Check this out You don't need to be Sherlock Holmes to figure this out I mean these products were designed to be addictive They were designed to generate outrage and you can see it You look at the top people who are getting the top things It's like Dan bongino and people who are just revving people out of throwing red meats I mean that's what they reward I've had a correct these two buffoons Joe Scarborough as well laughing in the background So many times I've had it correct them These people lie to you They lie to you constantly I've had to correct them Their outlets they don't know anything
David W. Mathisen | Mythic Trauma - SEEEN
"Sir. Polly doozy's is immortal. And they're both dust sons of the same mother. The queen of sparta. Lita you may have heard of the myth of leader in the swan about trauma these cutting edge psychologists that i discovered only more recently. I've been writing about the connections between the missing the stars for a long time. Been writing about how these twins picture for us this divine self but it really started to become more understandable to me when started to hear the teachings of psychologists like dr gabor matej dr richard schwartz. Who talked about trauma in trauma is caused by these terrible things. That happen to us. But that's not the actual if you listen to the teachings of dr gabor matting. He'll say the trauma was not actually those things that happen to you when you're little or whenever they happen to you if it was that would be actually impossible affairs because you can't go back in time to when you were three with. The trump is actually the result of those things that happened in the result was separation from yourself. You actually separated from yourself in that is ongoing trauma that you still carry and that you can fix. Hey ladies and gentlemen thank you for tuning in this. Is your host mystic mark hosted. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. And i hope you've enjoyed the first two editions of the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now because i have really enjoyed participating in these mind expanding conversations and that is the goal of this podcast focuses to give you the best information the metaphysical psychology that you can directly practically us to expand your now and bring in the reality that you truly wanna live. But here's the thing. We need some value
Bitcoin Is Inevitable With Max Keiser
"Max what's up man bomb palm pump it up tap during the break when i was making sure that everything was good here. You were telling me that you don't follow me on twitter but you follow my brother joe. Joe's the brains of the operation you know he's got all the sports stuff follow joe. He's a mature guy. he's the guy to follow. Joe pomigliano. I mean the fact that you figure that out so quickly shows your intelligence level. Because you're you're definitely right there. I'm gonna talk bitcoin for those. That don't know you and your story give us kind of the thirty sixty seconds on when you discovered bitcoin. And how the hell you had such deep conviction. So early i was i was gang. Bang by that impregnated me with the idea of bitcoin. Twenty eleven when there was a dollar. And i had already been involved in digital currencies. Going back to the mid nineties. I invented one called the hollywood stock exchange. So when i heard about bitcoin and twenty eleven i was in art of the perfect prepped to dive into it and so i started buying it at a dollar as you know we started covering is report the first tv show in the world to do so. We covered it all extensively so millions of people. The first time they heard about bitcoin sue kaiser report with max and stacey and we started aggressively buying into early stage. Bitcoin companies in twenty thirteen with a venture capital fund. We started so we are early. Investors and crack in bits. Shapeshifts bit fanatics. We just made some investments recently in casa and swan bitcoin and into the fleet which is Sampson mao or mao. The creation so we've been really deep into it as you know pomp for ten years now and that's our story
"swan" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"So harlem is celebrating. Its one hundred ten th anniversary this year. Recently we've partnered with the kinkel family and the fisher family in northern kentucky food can then campbell counties. We have three offices there to serve the northern kentucky region. It's remember when they call me heats up. Come see us at harlem bank. We're banking really feels good. Hard man rare banking feels. Gu's welcome back to the northern kentucky spotlight and jeremy. I love talking to the schreiber family so much. I'm having them on coffee. Break with cavern tomorrow or the enquirer. My daily facebook live. So you couldn't get enough of them here and you want to see him again. Checking out tomorrow ten. Am we'll be talking all about the history of swan as well but in addition to that we get a big podcast coming your way next week. Jeremy yes we are going to be live at home fest this year. The building industry association of northern kentucky is bringing back their home festus this year. It's over bill hills where they're building all those nice gorgeous house it as long as the weather holds out. We're going to be out by one of the pools they built. Ace maybe we'll be has might not be so bad either. It's going to be. I can't wait. i can't wait. I always love the sees. Some of these new ideas of construction in like august might for my house. It's it's awesome. It's it's a really great time and we're going to also be having a An anger chamber night there as well and get you a little code for that To get registered for dollar off. But it's going to be a really fun podcast next week. All right we will see them but we also want to thank our sponsors one more time. Cv g. r. title sponsor sacred consulting our digital sponsor and our episode sponsors. Horon in hartland. Bank we thank you for helping us bring this great information to the fastest. We thank you as well for listening and watching so it's Share his tell somebody about it. Make sure you get your vaccine. Yes listen to podcasts. Get your vaccine. that's all. I remember it and listen guys. Thanks again for joining us. And we'll see it right back here next week on the northern kentucky spotlight.
How to Keep Trusting in Christ
"Joshua chapter eight or swan in the lord. Seta joshua do not fear and do not be dismayed. Take all the fighting men with you in arise go up to a i c i have given into your hand the king of ai and his people his city and his land. Few remember josh. Which after seven because of aikman's sin the people of god were defeated at ai. When they tried to go to battle in that particular place they were defeated. Why because they had sinned against god and god was not with them. God had not promised to give them that land and now as a result of what happened in the last part of joshua chapter seven and judgment toward aken in his sin. Now god says to joshua. Don't be afraid. don't be dismayed. Go up to a. I and i will give it into your hands in. The lesson is crystal clear when you put joshua chapter seven and eight together when god is not for you then you have no hope but when god is for you then you have all hope. That's just simple significant. Truth that we see echoed all throughout the bible. If god is not for you then you have no hope but if god is for you then you have all hope. The point is put your open. God put your trust in god. Seek god honor god glorify. God this is your hope in this life.
"swan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association
"I otherwise. I'm on instagram Just at gw swan or j w swan and sons with the end Spelled out so just those are email is just a great way to to to reach me and you can do that through my website bringing tested or quarter better so i am at plate. Eleven dot com or at mark builds it on instagram and played eleven woodworking on youtube. Kyle born dot com on instagram and calbert on youtube in a will have some videos coming out shortly. Seem more confident now. So hopefully they'll be there so great that by the time you hear this. Hopefully they will be there so anyway. So sean what about yourself. No you can find me at john w seventy eight on most social media's so Thanks again for having us. Yeah no thank you very much. This has been a real pleasure right. Great so Mark are there any reviews. We have while i did see that. We got new rating this week. I don't know what the rating was because they didn't leave any comments so please folks so here. I'm it's yes. The best ever was superior. Yeah i mean it had to four stars. Remain warm at changes we've got you know a new host who's totally awesome and we're the best the best guests in the working world but no comments on the ratings so folks get out there and leave comment on itunes. So i had to dig back into the archives Alway back to twenty seventeen. The lutes gave us four stars and says it's a privilege for the ear balls some of the forefathers of the bringing together of makers effort. Mwa is to podcast with nielsen is to hand planes. The best of the best with a master skillset shannon and also kyle and mark's current news in the maker world as well as a diversity of people information and personalities with every episode. Add to that stuff about beer and you have it all absolutely q. Where they they're having folks around you think you can do better and you could do something more interesting. I will be happy to read it in cheesy voice on the podcast if you leave a review on items and that just about wraps it up for the show..
"swan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association
"Have them about ready to go You know putting the water in the spring. I mean that's just a a just that seasonality You know it's it's very doable. So mark as you know me that's going to be what by eight years. What were you think. Well you gotta finish the rocker. I yeah post a video about your eggs and so that's what two years and then. Well i if. I hear that number and i think oh lord. That's that's just A lot but i wasn't thinking about you know lofting it and that's there's a big learning curve there too so yeah. I definitely understand that once you do that. The construction piece of it is going to be a lot easier. Because you really like you said you really understand the the i guess the the spine the the Guts of the boat so to speak intersections. And and what lines in you know what what the lines represent. And honestly the first time i i was nineteen the first time ever. I took the lines off of a beetle cap which is little thirteen foot cap. Oh a little day sailor and and lofted a boat. I mean it was just this a pivotal moment hits. It changed the way. I looked at the world. Was you know. I think it you know for anybody who's doing will working Just that locking process is the y you unlock shapes In in dissect shapes in these three dimensional. You know these kind of complicated looking things. Break them down And and it just it really. I think it's it's really instructive. And and and just really boosted You know confidence in critical thinking skills you know it's I it just like. I said it just it. It was an epiphany moment. really Any i would encourage anybody. Who's interested in woodworking. You go through that process on. Its own as an exercise. It's i it just. It's really satisfying when you come out on the other side. Yeah exactly and i know. You offer some workshops in that and we'll get into those in a minute but Real real quick just so given the timetable. Four hundred hours. How many could you possibly do in a year and is it. There's there every year where you're constantly one to the next to the next the next building a new boat. I'd like to be okay. I mean. I'm i'm yeah i mean. I'm full on and especially new construction. I mean and you guys know this that there's definitely efficiency and batching things out so even for example this boat and i'm gonna be building this summer and tell this to myself every time and i and i don't do it often enough and that is if i'm going to build one boat i should just bill to because then all the sudden that maps really changes so there's there's boats this is always been kind of pipe dream of mine of just haven't gotten there yet because too busy saying yes to other stuff but and that's just to have a catalog about four or five boats that i really like that really did a variety of situations you know. Be it on big waters of lake superior or inland lakes or inland rivers and And then those could build one after the next build you know sort of three kind of concurrently at a time just kind of batch them out in a different. I mean it's it it really it it scales up that way. You know whether you're making you're going to build one little tool tote or box you'd six. You know the same more or less true for for small craft. I mean bigger boats than the gets exponential but for something that's sixteen or maybe even eighteen feet and under I'd love like what you're describing kind of building one. I'd love to have this sorta blunt. We can talk about the bit. But especially you know i was describing. You know seasonality and once the weather gets cold. I'm kind of superstar. I mean roll the odometer overrun forty. So i'm i'm i'm Kinda super soft these days so when it gets going to be my shop where it's cozy. I don't wanna be out working and so to have. I'd love to have you know a winter's worth of new boat orders that i just put off you know start. Say i don't know a week. Two weeks before thanksgiving and then that carries me through till say oh you know may i but i have that. But it's with a combination of restoration repair and some new construction. Yeah i'd love if i could. I would love to have all been new construction. The awesome would now you have diversified out and actually sell. You mentioned it earlier but you actually have a timber business where you actually sell would And i guess that's primarily for both builders but i thank you it sell to others and So tell us a little bit about Your timber business and what you offer sure. I kind of fell into a little bit by accident many years ago. I needed What i call them tamarack but gets referred to as hack matak out east or or larch a deciduous conifer so it's the people you know. It's the pine tree that loses its needles in the turns kind of gold and sheds its needles. But it's a it's a tamarack that's what we call it here And so of the tamarack tree where that route system goes into the ground or oftentimes they grow in boreal swat They'll get used in all types of book construction largely smaller or did formerly And i needed some in for a project and there was one guy new of maine who i dealt with in the early two thousands found when i worked at the adirondack museum building a guide boat out there and I needed rip stock and stem talk so order but he had passed away and in bayfield county and surrounding counties sawyer. County where i live. There's a a lot of tamarack a we just have. I mean there's just a lot of it out in the woods. There's a lot of inventory out. And i've got Three of my really really close friends. Good buddies that. I've been friends with forever up here. They're all public sector forester and one of them I was able to go work out a deal. In any way. I was able to get permitted to harvest some harvest tamarack for a project that i had in so i you know cut some really enjoyed it and i've always enjoyed that kind of primary processing side of things even out e i really like visiting little sawmills Trips i take trips up into north western massachusetts new hampshire and you know rural connecticut. I just love visiting those little places and so You know it was just a lot of fun to go out and harvest them for myself and then buddies out east guy who built you know work on boats own bow yards kind of call was telling him about it and they got excited and asked me if you know could i get them psalm. And and so you know. I started with a chainsaw mill and just pretty just a kind of a pretty You know mickey mouse setup And then from there. I just it got really busy And i i really enjoy. I mean i sort of joke and you know sort of self facing say that i'm i'm i'm dumb enough to enjoy it. Because these these boreal swamps and it's like super uneven and and you know. I've gone done some chainsaw. Safety the can game of logging and bore cutting and a lot of safety gear. But even then like it's it's dangerous and it's it's can be really buggy or really just just getting sprayed with a rooster tail muddy water from the chainsaw wanted. I mean it's just it's like dockyard straight up donkey..
"swan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association
"Figure it. All out and we did find We have new neighbours that moved in at the end of the street. And they installed a high and i actually. I ran into them All the the wife the other day and she was just out looking. Excuse i i can't help but notice you've gotta hype in your backyard you know and and And so they're new to it as well. I said goal so we know we should. We should talk if you have any questions. We've been through this for a year at least and It's just a beekeeping party. Going on. I have i do have to make. I think i gotta make a new lid and make a new top Called it a volleyball. It's kind of an interlude slash ventilation area Match just it's like quarter inch luanne and four by four. You know simple construction kind of stuff but it's it's just a a nice little creature. Comfort for forum to help ventilate the air because it for whatever reason we got a hell of a heat spell. It was almost ninety today. I think it's going be ninety the next two days which is really weird for mid. May you know as as we're recording this and and it's it's not concerning. Because they've they've they're fine when it's hundred degrees but it's It's just interesting to see how they're gonna react to it. It kind william needed to bring him down to houston's only seventy five here today. No really probably came from louisiana or mississippi. Anyways georgia actually. So they're you know they're just home. Yeah they're used to the already wearing shorts mostly when they get hot in the summer they come outside and they they called building when they cling to the walls of the of the hive. And they're literally this out there with their wings open just trying to cool off. You know they do this at a really cool they you when you are comfortable with them. Start looking closely at them. You see their things and you see like like you said mark when they. They're geo locating they come back with a find something they do. A figure dance and that somehow describes their location. And so you wanna do it and then two will go the next day and find it and come back and confirm it and then keep on. It's really kind of crazy anyway anyway. Lots of bees. You don't have the ease. What are you got videos audio will hopefully by tom publishes i will have Released the arm bo jig for ordering so and I'm not gonna have one jake. I'm actually have to probably two to to the price you. Yes y'all know this but It's not something. I've publicized out there but I've actually been working now for a few months with a pig albert on his arm budget. He brought the idea to me and Been collaborating with him on how to do this. And in that. I kinda came up with my own design which is a little bit different than pete's But they both work well pizza's kind of the Ford f one fifty of the armco jags and minds kind of the ford f. One fifty lariat package with the off road options. Okay i mean you had to go to that end because the being a texan by saying ford. F one fifty. I don't know if that's the bottom or the top. Well the basic ford f one fifty will do all the things you need to do. but The upgraded one asam nicer features and off road components. You can go off road And basically people do everything except one thing that mind will do that. His his design won't is actually drill. Blind mortices so you can drill up from the bottom into like a crest rail where you're only drilling in an inch or not making a through hole and i think that's probably That difference and his jake relies on some guide. Rod so is as your strictures Are is your spindle. Show say go up and down in height you will have to change out. These guide rods To compensate for the high mind has this kind of offset design. Where you don't have to change out any Guide rods or anything. There are no guide rods. It's just a Just a rail that everything rides on and because of that kind of Offset design can actually then not only use the drill from on top of the jig but also from the bottom of the jig to drill drill those blind mortices and i'm probably not explaining that very well but there will be videos. Yeah video videos if a pictures thousand words video yeah yeah now interest but yeah no so. You're what you're saying. That his his slices slices. And does julian price. You bet you got s fries you've ever had no but like i said he his his is a fantastic zion. It's it's accurate it. Does everything well on. Just like i said has a more bells and whistles and so and Besides working on that and that's kept me pretty darn busy I also wanted to give an update on the sticky mats. I mentioned a couple of episodes ago. So i bought these mats or construction Mats or clean rooms and stuff like that and they. They're sticky on the bottom. So that when you come out of the shop you step on these mats. And then that takes all the dust and Any sawdust and stuff off it off your feet as you go. And the ones. I bought her like twenty four inches by thirty six inches and they work really really well was very surprised. It's like does collector. It traps ninety nine percent of the dust on your feet. I've worked one hundred percent. But man you know. Because i have a carpeted stairway From shop up into the house and that used to get all.
"swan" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association
"Installing a package of bees is is It's not an exact science but there's steps to it are are good to follow and i had asked my son. I'd like to suit up last year. Did i i work loves. I don't even remember. I mean they're they're they get angry when you're moving around but it's really weird like to. I had to have to what these packages there. Roughly there we're way bees and pounds because they way nothing and so it's it's literally thousands. You don't you don't you. Can't count them. But they're they're all very collected like a swarm would be in the wild if you've ever seen a swarm on a tree lynn. They've just mall around. And they're balling around the queen mcqueen's travelled out and there following her. The that exact thing happens in this there. The queen is attached into into enclosed thing inside and they're bald around her and they just kinda hang on so i put these in the back of my car and drove home from the post office. My son my oldest son was home. And he's like i know i will not be in. The car is that but but it's really funny because they actually calmed down from me carrying them out of the post office and driving them home. When i got back to the back of my car. They were calmer they're still making buzzing ways but that lovely buzzing that thousands of these make But they're in they're there. It's too early to even check but now the next steps are to make sure that they're releasing the queen. Because i had to pull up a little cork plug for them to get into her and they've had some candy away to to then release her and we this this this year is totally different in that we have existing calm some honey from the previous b.'s. Already there so already the first time we were watching them and they were you know it took them time to build up their five just to be able to lay eggs and then store pollen and other things my wife has already seen them carrying pollen back on day two which means they're getting to work right away which is really really cool and it's going to be interesting to see the progress of these two as they go. See the old frames to didn't know you don't hear that to kill the potential mites or hell whatever no all you bring up a good point because i have a underneath them right now and i'm probably gonna pull it tomorrow to see if anything is falling You can you can treat for the varroa mites And we do know that. There was some infiltration What we did do as we were cleaning after we found the dead hive. We literally scraped to the bottom any thing that had any residue in it that wasn't capped honey so we we extracted honey that was released and we. We literally threw away a bunch of drawn comb. That was either had dead. Be stuck in it or around it or we did see might droppings And so it. It's it's interesting. But i've got those The product is called ape. If it's a company or what it's made of. But you know these little strips. And i'm i'm going to see how they establish and then maybe treat them in the spring here It's weird when you're starting from a new. If it was a over wintered. I've i would definitely be treated being now in the spring but there as they're establishing we gotta stressed. Yeah exactly so that means work it is it is we their entrances reduced. The only thing we're doing is trying to supplement them a little bit with with a sugar water feed just to help them draw home Although they don't have to nearly do the work that the has had to do and if we find them you know we're going to check on him the next day or two and if we find that they're getting down to business will probably just let them use nature for that and then just really kind of if fast forwards what we did last year in a way because we had a kind of a base of an establishment. Yeah it's it's very interesting but no yeah. I hadn't even thought about freezing. I did bring them inside. But they were they They didn't get that cold. Maybe i'll maybe sixty degrees but not nearly freezing. it's it's it is like you said lotta work. It's it's it's not everyday time consuming. It's not exactly farming in that way. You know i don't have to it. It's definitely on mind. And so i look outside. When i and then every day for sure i'm gonna go and just walk out there and just monitor the activity. You know day one. It was crazy. They were buzzing all over the place. But that's them figuring out where the hell they are you know and it takes time. They were buzzed by the house. If you will him but my wife my wife was working the other day like there were two. They just came up to the window. They weren't angry they weren't they weren't like bouncing their heads off the window. They were just kind of going back and forth back and forth locating. Yeah basically checking stuff out going up note fallen here. Check that one off. Go back and they got to figure it. All out and we did find We have new neighbours that moved in at the end of the street. And they installed a high and i actually. I ran into them All.
Xuan Liu Teaches Women Game-Changing Skills With 'Poker Powher'
"Swan lou welcome to the rake guys. Thank you so much for having me So i'm looking at your background and plugging poker power This kinda hit the scene this year. Pretty hard Her a lot of people talking about it. A lot of really good female players have contributed. And you guys ran that huge tournament online on. It seemed like everyone into do. You wanna give me some background on it. How you got involved in what your mission is. Yeah we'll start from day one. So i actually applied for this job with this eastward team and didn't get the job but they actually got in touch with someone at poker power And i was initially just dabbling with them for a while. instructor to see what the is. All about. Niger's i've always loved this mission helping women out. I used to do when i i. If coaching is sue always offered fifty percents discount to females in. So it's it's definitely a cause of super passionate about in just seeing how of the company has operated its leadership its direction just made me completely fall in love with in now unlike holy back on the wagon like to play again like i go into whether as director or consultant as a member of the advisory board in. I feel like i'm asking a difference. Not just in. The lives of my students is just so rewarding to see like women who otherwise wouldn't come into the game gained so much confidence and Fall in love with it. The way i did way back in the day. Speaking of way back in the day you've said and other places that When you first were interested in poker you would set up hands with your stuffed animals in a circle. I believe and experiment Which stuffed animals were the best at poker snowy and starry. so what. we're still in starring. What were they white. Bears are among like christmas. Donation fund could report and get from the community
The Urgent Search for Melbourne's Missing Link
"I'm health reported teigen. Tyler physician journalist alter norman swan. It's wednesday the twenty six th may two thousand and twenty one and one. It feels like we're living in dacia roulin. There's a new outbreak Contact tracing we're finding more cases and of course this time we're still talking about melvin and i'll just break down the chain of events as far as i know it scifi because it's a little bit confusing so yesterday we talked about the fact that there was a guy and then it spread to a couple of his close family members and then yesterday we we then found out that there had been another case of that they calling thais five but it actually seems like this person might be the first an earlier early case than those cases that had been identified the day before and that this case five has seemingly spread it to a couple of their iron close family members. Now tell me what it means so far. Well look i think you over analyze this. And obviously victorian authorities know. You know the fine detail but yet you as we record this and people wake up in the morning There may be more cases so we'll just forgive us if we missed a few but as we record there are nine cases altogether which sounds all. This is getting scary. But it's not necessarily getting scary because there seems to be a clear chain of transmission amongst family members household contacts and yes fifth case does seem to be upstream or in time from these cases and that may well and probably the person who has infected the others. And you could say well. This person's a superspreader are probably not yet to be determined when you see whether or not this person or anybody in this group has spread to other people in the community and the shops. They've gone to swimming pool and the other areas that the locations of concerns wrapping issued by the retorted
Toddler out of medical coma after Chicago road rage shooting
"Rage incident last week on Lake Shore Drive is getting better more from WGN's Bob Kessler after being shot in the head, 21 month old Kayden Swan's been removed from a medically induced coma but remains in critical condition. Dr Marcelo Mala Kuti of Lurie Children's Hospital said Saturday he remains on a ventilator to help with his breathing and continues to demonstrate positive improvements. Police have said the shooting happened after one driver would not let another enter a lane of traffic. Hayden was riding in a car driven by his grandfather, Bob Kessler,
From Public Defender To Stanley Cup Champion
"So joe for those who might not follow the nhl super closely. Can you just give us a sense of what jon cooper has accomplished during his as a coach in the nhl. Definitely jon cooper is the longest tenured coach shell. He's on an eight th anniversary of his hiring on this week. The winningest coach in franchise history for the lightning. And i think he's highly regarded as one of the better coaches in the league and probably a candidate coach team. Canada at the next olympics are positions and olympics for the trump player so deadly highly regarded coach but up until this past season. He hasn't won the big one and that was kind of the big question surrounding it. And how would you describe his personality. Well he's a players go. She's a really fun personality. Like you quotes wedding crashers. Upper seventy six. No excuses public champion. You uses a champion. The only person you have to answer to when you go home at night is really yourself. The national media loves him because he is a great world this charismatic. You're going to get knocked down. There's no question people are going to push down. Because ultimately they want to see it fail if you think maybe teams on trips to like field of dreams when he was in earlier years coaching. He's all about the different sides and binding guys together on the ice and that if you get is connected as a group and the for each other and very process over outcome kind of guy and so you definitely has that charisma that makes them unique. I think the players like that. We'll show you recently. Wrote about how jon cooper has followed perhaps the most unconventional path of any stanley cup winning coach. So take us back to the late. Nineteen ninety s. What was john. Cooper's lifelike at that time he was living in a condo east lansing area couple remains but he was just trying to figure out where you wanted to be in his life. What he wanted to do for work. He was good ball. Charismatic lawyer but his heart wasn't in it always always wondering when is the fulfillment. When are you going to sit there and wake up every day and say. I can't wait to go do what i'm gonna do. He was defender district court in lansing michigan about a thousand dollars a month. You know we're going for indigent clients. He was working on. du is having divorces. You've got a two person law. Office him in a paralegal. He's still didn't know i guess. Were taken at that point. And you got in touch with the judge. Who worked with jon cooper back. Then what did he say about cooper skills in the courtroom and you just notice and how clients clients listen to prosecutors respected him i think is the kind of ability that transcends coaching the ability to persuade players to adopt your system or just believe the approach. So you know. He's he's a good salesman. He always says convincing players. Convincing a jury and i don't think he knew then that it would be kind of the key to him. Maybe starting coaching career. So how did jon cooper go from being this lowly paid lawyer and a former lacrosse player. Who had only played a year of club hockey in college to being high school hockey coach. Well the run in his son playful lansing catholic high school and they needed a coach and so he knew of john skills on the ice and new of his charisma and then he is asked to one day in the building. I saw the coach. would you be interested. He looks at me and goes. Dc the stack of resumes. I have he says. I'll tell you one thing you coach kids high school hockey team and i will take your resume from here. We put it here. Just this exactly. That was his first kind of foray into coaching hockey. Was nine thousand nine hundred nine hundred thousand lansing catholic cougars hockey team and that was seventeen. You actually talked to some of the players on that lansing catholic team. What did they tell you about jon. Cooper the high school coach. I think what's interesting knees. They remember the first meeting in the cafeteria where he's using himself to like twenty kids and parents and those us have just nervous as they were and are waiting to hear whereas the hockey background. Who did he coach before. Because one of the red wings was he part of this huge talk about law school in wall street and this guy another guys were in the nhl players. Even highly college players inducted himself would be anywhere high in coaching world. A reflection of guys play together. I think they'll be the first ones to tell you. None of them really on the track to make the national hockey league but they were such a joy to be around the competed their butts off just line. Who an awkward gesture. The of funny kid and team talked about like there was a hill just a mile from the school that the workouts outside the big hill. The he must've just saw he was driving around and he made us run up this hill with do bear calls and stuff. That is the source. I've ever been my life like. I could not long like off chris. Monrovia now works the red wings. Illitch family talked about how they had this practice where they had no on the ice and they're doing push ups and sit ups and kristin ross. Who served in the military students in afghanistan he goes. I went through the army for seven years. And i went through a lot of work out a lot of hellish days. Afghans dead. That's one of those days that i think back much. It's not as bad as back. And what else did you learn about his coaching philosophy back. Then you know like what were the things that were important to him that he really emphasized to the team. Making guys feel connected or part of it no matter if you were the best player on this team or like the thirteenth forward and i think jeff swan is appropriate examples. Like i wasn't the most natural coordinated like county out now who put me not aligned with the two players. Mike sack out with the most gifted athlete. That are high school in you. The team is better holding. Some of its part. They wanted them to play. Have have meaning and swan. Storing the biggest fools that season the most for player that year. So you know. He's told everyone the most improved player really halls like a special place for him. Something he takes lightly. It was a really really nice compliment. They talked about the hard hat that they gave out. After every win which was an all white instruction half that was something that the player of the game whether at block shot or a big hit or in ceremony the post game. We'll get this production. How they put their name and a sharpie but it was more of a. What did you do to help the team. Really recognizing layers who maybe didn't shop scores sheep but who are just dedicated themselves to helping the team. These success those are moments that came together that they remember forever and become an integral part of their story on a way to winning out like the championship. Well this sort of ragtag bunch of guys did win an unlikely state regional championship in almost mighty ducks kind of way and joe as you talks to all these guys who played for jon. Cooper what connections. Were you able to make between cooper the coach of the lansing catholic cougars and cooper the coach of the stanley. Cup champion tampa bay. Lightning guesswork me. Talking to guys. That new men who've now that he hasn't changed much in terms of his personality he had kind of style which coach's house you through professional level versus coaching. high school. Kids a lot of the same kind of tenants but he had then he still uses today. Kerry that floss with me all the way through the nhl in onto the honestly. It doesn't really change. Human beings are human beings and everybody needs to be motivated. It's just finding the right way to motivate. Rose stood up in my living room and watch the game and cheer tampa. You're welcome. you're welcome for started. His rise
What if we vaccinated everyone in poorer countries first?
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen. Thailand and opposition journalist alter norman swan is tuesday the ninth of march two thousand and twenty one. So let's talk today about who gets vaccines when and let's talk about it from a global perspective because we've been talking a lot in australia about phase one a phase one b and all that sort of thing but really we have virtually no virus. It'll in australia. And it's running rampant around the globe and as we were saying yesterday when the virus running rampant in poorer countries. there's a high likelihood of variants popping up. That could cause problems with vaccines that we've got so ruth is ask us. Would it be betta for australia to vaccinate ourselves first and then turn our attentions to helping. Poor countries get vaccinated all to prioritize vaccinating people in poor countries first and then vaccinating australians. Second well there is a way through this but it's politically fraught one is that you could really go and make sure that all workers. That's everybody airport. Workers airport catering workers airline crews etc and their families and households are all unionized and preferably with the pfizer. Vaccines works quickly and his high performance. Hopefully against the variance and higher performance than astra. Also if you were to immunize. Australians before they come back home harder much harder to do then serious pretty well protected with our contact tracing and so on. And we've got time and therefore you could in theory divert two countries around us at an earlier. Stage the problem there is we would have to actually go into those countries and help them implement. It's not enough just to jump. Fis are at their door and hope that it actually gets there. We would have to devote resources to helping like we did with hiv by the way to helping. Those countries implement prevention and implement immunization campaigns. Many of them are pretty good at it but the probably need help to do that. So it's not just. The vaccine is the services in order to do it and the cold chain which is quite considerable so the issue could and it makes public health sense internationally if you could suppress this in countries where it's running rampant and have fewer variants being thrown off. Then you would actually make a big difference. But if you think of indonesia it's a huge country with a vast population and it would require concerted international effort to make sure indonesia it's enough doses and implements them and then you've got the pacific islands some of which are very competent. Doing this sort of thing and some of which might have problems. It's not straightforward australia's a rich country. But it's not particularly be country on the global scale would estimating vaccines really make that much of a difference. Mchugh difference to the pacific islands where the populations are small and we could certainly deliver enough vaccine to really get great coverage and places like fiji to value solomon islands and so on because the small populations and we can certainly devote enough vaccine there to get really great coverage the issues indonesia which is going too fast population as i said and chaotic health system in some parts and some of the islands massive cappella ago. So the question is what do you do. But indonesia howdy helping to nesia the sort of those. We could give would be a little bit of a drop in the ocean which require other nations to help out am and other suppliers to help heart.
What makes a variant a variant of concern?
"Hello this is corona cost a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler. An opposition and journalists culture. Norman swan friday the fifth of march and give it into the second year of corona caster. But it gives you the year it's two thousand and twenty one. It still hasn't anyone even though time is both flying and travelling at a snail's pace but normally one of the things that we keep hearing about over the past few weeks and months is variant. So we we were all very critical of donald trump when he was talking about the china virus and the wuhan virus. But then since then we've been talking about the uk strain in the south african strain. And then yesterday all this week we've been hearing about a russian variant. That's popped up in queensland. So firstly what does it even mean and secondly doing it a better way of naming these virus variance where we're gonna way of naming them. It's just pretty obscure so. The russian variance so called is has the numbers three one seven at the end of it and it is a bit unfair naming them according to where they were i noticed or discovered so britain said africa brazil. New york california russia. It's not very helpful at all because it just sparks. Fear yet. A new variant. What does it actually mean. There's lots and lots of variance. And if i can take us back. Just a little less than a year is that even then there were variants developing and people panicking about them at that point and the bedford lab. Which was really one of the first labs to get into sequencing the variance in tracking them. Globally they found that in fact there was very little change in behavior between the variants. It was more. The people change their behavior but not the virus and that's only recently changed and it's only changed with two or three variants so it's changed with the south african variants. It seems to probably be more Contagious and certainly more vaccine resistant. The brazilian variant. We still don't know enough about that but that looks as if it's more contagious. And certainly also look. Civic could be vaccine partly packed vaccine resistant. The uk one. It's more about contagious. Nece and the american ones so far just not sure what their behavioral changes so more and more. We're seeing various but for every one of these variants you're seeing that are lots and lots of other ones which simply track the evolution of the virus and don't really mean anything and reportedly this variant which is three one seven being called the russian variant. Just seems to be one of these variants which has been thrown off by the virus through replication. And probably doesn't mean very much at all so one of the other pieces of lingo that we've been hearing this idea variant of concern and some of the naming conventions have the are see in them as well as like there's the be one one seven top naming convention and then this other naming conventions which just makes it even more confusing. What makes a variant of very of concern versus just add variant of not concerned. Just curiosity is. I'm sure that that is actually standardized internationally but it would just mean that. There is evidence that it's transmitting more than other viruses muscling other viruses out the ways so for example. The uk barely has muscled other variance out of the way. It's presumed to be more contagious. But probably less contagious than we originally thought the brazilian very. We've talked about it on a corona cast. It seems to be infecting people who were previously infected with the let's call it the wuhan variant which is really the regional virus to come out of china and the south african variants is also almost certainly able to reinfect from the previous one which also and there is evidence of reduced vaccine. Efficacy is gets this concern label when there's evidence that it is behaving differently and potentially dangerously
Are we going to meet our vaccination target or what?
"Hello this is karina. Cost a daily podcast. All about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen thailand physician and journalists dr norman swan. It's wednesday the third of march and norman. We're already more than a week into our vaccine. Roll out here in australia. Which makes us old hands at it now but there were reports over the past few days. That strategy hasn't quite met the targets that i was expecting to in terms of numbers. Vaccinations delivered in this first week. And we've got a pretty big target for october as being sort of the end of the roll out the end of the first big sizes of the rollout. What are some of the issues that have cropped up. I mean it's such early days. It feels a little unfair to stop critiquing the performance when we're on the awakened but what are some of the issues that have been identified as maybe slowing us down a bit. So far rove is clearly been a major cities of hiccups with the commonwealth rollout in aged care. As we've been saying in current cast in fact the main game is boorda. Workers airport workers flight crew and hotel quarantine workers and what we should be doing but we're not as their families in households. So that's the main game securing our borders. And doing that hyper quickly. And you've really got to do that with the vaccine because it's going to take you twelve weeks to complete it with the astra and it's not going to be as good coverage with the with the new variant possibility so there's been a cold up in aged care because the commonwealth doesn't run anything have his own services therefore they've got a contract they probably should have contracted it to the states. But they've going into private providers and been cups which have been well publicized so it's to take the commonwealth a bit of time to get their act together and also some of the states have been a little bit slow so this combination of supply of scene. But also as marion kane or imply. Just today the bookings haven't gone quite as quickly as they imagined. And they could cope with more bookings. And i think there's been a hint of that in some other jurisdictions so people have got to come forward when they're booked and have that but around the world there has been a problem with people. Not turning up for bookings people don't turn up for their appointments and that means that you have a system in place where you've got people on standby people that you can take a. We've got jobs over. can you. At five o'clock in unexpectedly get your vaccine. So we saw we had the new south wales primary gladys and yesterday criticizing the maybe lack of communication between the states and federal government. Is there improvements. That could be made there. Probably and the minister of sought yesterday to have a press conference which is probably in part induced. By the new south wales premier having criticized the federal government for not being clear with the doses. And how they're going to arrive. I mean i think some of the surprise here is that if i had a long time to develop this. And it's still not clear how the next phases are going to be rolled out how people are going to be told what booking system is going to be like. Gp is still not clear how they're going to work into it. They've had their letter saying they've been accepted as a as a center for you know the practice to deliver vaccines but even then the ph primary health. Networks are often not clear whether or not the four thousand six hundred practices are indeed the ones that will end up doing it. So there's a fair bit of uncertainty another area of uncertainties that third pretty good administration stopping doctors commenting on the relative efficacy of vaccines. Because they're calling it. Advertising saying the vaccine come to my practice sits behind that there's a lot influx. We'll get our act together. We're good immunizing country. People will come. Forward is just that. We don't want to lose momentum.
"swan" Discussed on The Better
"With Darrin Swan, from Spero, healthcare, group at Michigan. I think one of the things that stood out to me now that I'm re listening to this interview prepping it to to get dropped. Is the idea of the importance of internal stakeholders Implementing some of technologies or communication strategies or platforms even. It reminds me of when I was at the Va Circa Twenty, thirteen, two, thousand, fourteen about six seven years ago. And the VA was experimenting with at the time. A couple different initiatives one was a kiosk system to help veterans checking out of their appointments more efficiently or efficiently, and then the next one was secure messaging. So the way it would work, it would either send him an email or text message to the patients phone, and they could respond or initiate a message to they're treating clinician. And the deal was released the way it was a described and sold to the patients that were receiving services at the Va were that was that they would have a secure messaging APP or they would be able to log in and they would be able to send a message and within twenty four hours they would have a response. No matter what. Well. They rolled this program out and they did a great job getting the interface, right? It's sent messages away was supposed to you're able to log in and the patients were able to log in and access it easily more or less and shooting shoot a message to their provider. The piece that was missed in the rollout was. Educating the stakeholders that we're going to be implementing it. So the clinicians were supposed to be now responding to these messages or the ADMIN staff were supposed to be supporting clinicians who were supposed to your these messages. And then they didn't get any buy in from stakeholders from the internal stakeholders either so this thing rolled out. And it was supposed to be great the. Patients have a great experience. It was again. Digital patient journey the that piece of the puzzle was going to be in place in working well..
"swan" Discussed on The Better
"So it's up to us again to meet their expectations and we don't. Of course, we hear about it right away There's another thing about digital is if you upset somebody, they're definitely willing to share that information online and anyone that wants to hear about it. Yeah and that's not just for health systems as well. That's that's for any. Yeah Yeah. They always say you don't WanNa bad. YELP. Review. So we we actually work on the other side of that to ensure that we have. A good patient experience and that we're addressing any issues that may come up the whole. The whole thing that we want at the end of the day is a satisfied patient that has a good outcome and of course, I think technology can assist greatly on that and we just don't want that to be independent. We want that to just open up more doors exactly. Yeah. What? On Your just your experience, what are those things that might negatively impact a patient's experience? Well I I think the biggest one from my perspective is when the technology doesn't work and it doesn't matter if it's their provider matter if it's their cell cellphone or their connection, if it doesn't work at the end of the day, the ownership released going to be on the particular health system that provides that feature set Again, even if they're not our issues, we're still going to be the ones that are there. Are Cell Service and they WANNA know how to yeah right. Yeah and of course There are multiple steps within that journey that we can control their multiple steps. We can't again setting the expectation is. Is Appropriate any consumer of where those challenges are. We really can't necessarily get to that depth. But. We can. Always you know provide better customer service to ensure that you know the frustration level comes down a little bit. But the consumer at the end of the day is going to have. A lot of options choices we know that that's happened especially with Tobin, and so we need to provide the best experience possible so that you know the word of mouth gets out there and then we have returned visits and that people realize that's another option it may not It may just be an additive action to them, and they may choose a different pathway but as long as the options there and the people that need to embrace and user there. But again and no matter what technology it is what how system they want that unified experience they want to just be able to enter a few lines of information about themselves and see a doctor. Fairly. Quickly and that that's essentially what we're trying to do with our new is really make it easier for the consumer to get to us and to have a good experience, good outcome, and then to move on
"swan" Discussed on Cineflek
"The music. The probably the best part because. I mean, like every scene has a really good scoring like obviously could get nominated 'cause it's not original but. I I really don't like that robots. My parents didn't get on so. Oh, yeah yeah. And similarly yeah I think the music really helps. So I think like obviously can music like elevator performance and like the dancing a lot. 'cause like I mean that makes kind of these teams ballet kind of self explanatory. Yeah. Have you ever seen the original Palais have you ever seen it the the Swan? Lake? It's definitely a know what it is. Yeah. Yeah. It's definitely worth watching if you get the chance especially since you're in. New York I'm sure they have a I'm I'm sure they have a really good production of it some once once theatres reopened. Yeah. You know shows happen again but I'm sure they have a really good production of it somewhere they probably would but do you WANNA marry connected. Yeah. Yeah. They're very they're very interconnected. This kind of brings out the best in what like the ballet has to offer I think and everything the only really famous ballet movie. Famous more about this. I'm GonNa Google this really quick and can cut this out to Google this famous ballet movies. Oh, the red shoes have you seen that one? Apparently it's incredible. Oh God that spectacular. I can't believe I forgot that the red shoes. Similar to Black Swan it's actually very similar. It's actually very similar. They have a similar structure. The rights to choose like the colors are insane. It's Powell and pressburger and they. They were sort of like underappreciated in their time but they did these big lake technicolor things in the forties and like dot one and like Black Narcissus and think I'm saying that right and then and then like. And then Heated a movie that was completely panned. In the sixties called Peeping Tom. LAX. Also, that was really good Like such a long time ago I remember seeing came. Europe psycho and apparently. The horror movie of the year said known so that so I saw and I remember was ever remember being good i. this was a while ago but I remember it being interesting. And it's very like no one really talks about that movie. So yeah. Yeah it's pretty good. It kinda hit it on the rebound it was. Very very unsuccessful at the time encounter ruined his career 'cause people like this gross but. Then it Kinda just became. The style seventies. So he's just like ten years too early.
"swan" Discussed on Cineflek
"Like gag multiple times when I re washed it for the first time in a while because I don't remember like the hangnail see. Near see I didn't remember that and the bathtub scene like I didn't remember that stuff. So so it was kind of like traumatizing away and really gross. Oh yeah, and running into people that look like you. That that doesn't happen often jury. I live in New York. So that movie L. Hits Different when you live in New York and you watch it at night in New York City I don't research. Feels good to watch night city? Yeah definitely. So what part of New York are you in? I live in Manhattan so I'm really wear that movie takes place. Yeah for sure for sure. That's awesome. That's awesome. Yeah. I I was planning a trip to New York that was supposed to. Is supposed to go at the end of March and then everything just like F- just. Down at a yeah. Yeah. Just did not did not workout but I'm hoping to get back there some time soon. Yeah Yeah. In a it's such a great performance. By. Natalie yes cadillac. Portman yes. She's so awesome in this I think this time around like I haven't seen. Any lacunas and that many other like serious roles like This she was so great and she's so good. She's so good. She'd do more like serious stuff and not just bad bombs three or whatever she's on the next. Exactly. A lot of people say that was like the biggest number of the year that she didn't get a nomination. Actress, she didn't get nominated I'll like I have. Some people letterbox they're all saying like Melissa Leo is terrible and that's So, wrong yeah. I think she deserved a nomination for the yeah. She was she was really obviously not not as good as Natalie but like that's not a fair comparison either. But they're both good different ways they're good in the. the Black Swan White Swan. Thing that they play but I thought that she was particularly good in this. Are there any like what? What were your favorite We should save Natalie because Natalie's is obviously number one but what? What are your favorite non Natalie performances in this? I think the mom for her little ministry time is really good. I think the dance teacher was good. Because I think even Winona Ryder really had two minutes like she was just like so like rude and you can tell by look on their face, he just wanted to punch every two seconds. I thought she was that she was like for her two minutes of screen time. You know she was good. She's super memorable in the. Yeah. have. You Seen Lane. No I've been wanting to see that movie for such a long time because. Apparently like Incredible and underrated. So. everyone who seen it base? It's incredible. Yeah I haven't actually seen it I've seen a lot of French movies, but I haven't seen that one but. tencent Casella who plays like the teacher in in this like the main is like the main actor and that he's he's really he's he's really good in that apparently but. Like everyone who has seen lane is on letterbox like. League. Same Francis Haw like there are certain movies they're only on letterbox that really popular. Yeah. What was what was that like French Canadian when that everyone's talking about that I haven't Seen Mommy I. Ever anyone. No, I haven't..
"swan" Discussed on Cineflek
"Though everybody and welcome to another episode of CINNA. Fleck bonus episode I should say this is a first time of released. To episodes in a week look to it looks like it'll be happening more often just because I have a massive backlog right now the reason this is a bonus episode is because Sam is fifteen and cannot drink. So I decided to just talk to him briefly about a black swan and we got into some of our favorite performances and if your other things. So hopefully you enjoy it hopefully enjoy the format. Please give me feedback as to how you feel about the bonus episode. If you want more of these in the future, love to hear from you guys. So thank you without further ado. Let's get this episode. All right. Sam, welcome to the show. Man. Yeah this is really fun. Yeah. So turned biting meets the PODCAST, of course, of course thanks for reaching out and everything. I'm glad I'm glad we could work this out so. Black Swan. I forgot I forgot Aitchison be was like. I got so anxious after a after I've finished watching it. I was like paranoid the rest of the night. What what's your history with this move? Like why? Why did you pick it specifically? So I've seen it twice this year but I think I've seen it like seven times total and if you know be I've I've seen almost a thousand movies but I'm kind of really mean so I've only given thirty or five. I this is one of them. So this movie I I have very hot take in the sense that this was the best movie of two, thousand, ten I, like it more than the social network? Yes, I know. And I, just I just really like this movie because it's sort of everyone describes it as the female whiplash but but it's it's actually like kind of very different because it's very like a loose nation he and it's kind of psychological. So I I I like it like just as not as much as whiplash because they're both. Like top twenty but it's just one of my favorite movies and like definitely like one of the better movies like I've seen in the last decade. For sure it's so it's so intense I was thinking this time around. It made me really scared of hangnails if you have foam. Every. It also made me scared of mirrors breaking yeah..
"swan" Discussed on Bay Curious
"Heading out to answer me question about how the swans are protected from coyotes is reporter Saul. . Asana. . Poor. . I visit the Palace of fine arts at dusk on a misty grey weeknight. . FOGHORNS. . Are droning on in the background, , but you can still hear the birds. . Without Aharon. . The swamp so they were hard to find I had to circle around the entire lagoon before I finally saw them we're looking for the. . Oh Yes and. They're . just hanging out in the open like this. . There is one person who doesn't have any problem finding the swans. . Her name is Gail Hagerty, , and she is the Swan Lady I bow who they are across the water and people say to me well, , how can you tell and I should? ? Because I've been taking care of them for so long for twenty five years. . Gale has visited the swans daily and manage their diet mostly lettuce on a swan feed for dessert they get cheese. . It's they loved they just goeke dessert for those. . The Palace of fine. Arts. . . Has Two mute swans blanche and blue boy called mute swans because they don't make as many vocalisations as other types of swans. . Blanche is very sweet and very forgiving. . If I have to handle her, , she will forgive me right away. . Blue boy is he's the man of the lagoon. . He doesn't like geese on their he doesn't like me. . He's very large swan and <hes>. . He's always on a patrol always like who you who let you in and. . But difficult personalities. . Aside, , these swans are graceful majestic when I see them on the water. . It makes something in my soul feel whole and it's always been that way swans lived at the Palace of fine arts since it first opened during the Nineteen Fifteen Panama Pacific International Exhibition but one thing not in the design was an area to fence them off at night according to gale the Swan sleep out in the open. . They are not put in any compound or any protective area in the evening. . But where they go is they go into the gardeners nursery area which is fenced off, , and they access that from the water to answer me, , she's question coyotes haven't been. . A problem for adult swans, , swans are so big and so fast even on land they're fast I know because I had to run from him especially, , but we've had swans for a long time. . It's never been an issue for the adults but in the past, , it has been an issue for the babies which are usually cared for on the lawn not in the gardener's nursery. . Gail says a years ago the coyotes got to them eight them right there on site but doing some health issues, , Gail says Blanche won't be having any more babies. . So hopefully, , coyotes won't be an issue. . Now besides while on there are a lot of different birds at the Palace of fine arts. . Course. . Goes. . We've got some horned owls in there and I won't see them normally might hear them. .
"swan" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"But ED LAID CITIZEN SCIENTISTS. Michael Marietto he was sifting through images taken by the Sola Win and is the tropics or swan instrument aboard the Soho Solar and Helius Observatory spacecraft operated by Nasser Acer Swan captures images ultraviolet light including a specific ultraviolet wavelength known as linemen which is emitted by hydrogen atoms. That's because swansea designed to map changes in the solar wind a stream of charged particles continuously spewing from the sun and those products include lots of hydrogen and the thing is commoner also prodigious source of hydrogen and says Swan is becoming an effective combat as well the hydrogen released from comets comes from the water vapor. It's being evaporated as icy dirt bulls a heated by the sun. Member water is two paths. Hydrogen one oxygen. Also there's even more hydrogen released from comets as solar radiation splits the would molecules into a single hydrogen atom and a hydrogen oxygen or hydroxyl radical. This generates cloud of hydrogen that surrounds the comet giving off the Bright Lyman Alpha signature tactic by swan almost every day. Swan records a complete map at sky. These sky map so then process removing background. Sties and leaving variable moving objects such as comets visible so far twelve comments have been detected through swan data since nine hundred ninety six or by citizen scientists but the swan instrument is in the anyway so it takes comments some three thousand nine hundred and twenty comments of being detected by another instrument on Code Lasco a large angle and spectrum metric chromatograph experiment and when you add swan to the turtle calf so it means this. Little satellite has not affected three thousand nine hundred and thirty two comet since its launch not bad for a spacecraft designed to study the sun this space time. Still come the Jovian ice moon. Europa revealing new secrets and the people of Tasmania reporting lights in the sky following the launch of a top secret. Russian spy satellite. All that and more still to come on Space Time Tony You. High resolution images of the Ice Moon Europa providing scientists with fresh clues about how it's frozen surface phoned with an average age of just forty million to ninety.
"swan" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Well it seems to be a case of another month means another new comedy as the comet. C Two Thousand Twenty Twenty eight one is currently making its closest approach to earth passing some eighty five million kilometers away. Astronomers Swan could become a more prominent naked eye object of the next few weeks as it gets closer to the sun. What makes one especially interesting is the high rate of water vapor currently guessing from the comet more than thirteen hundred kilograms every second. That's already three times more than comet sixty seven pay Sheriff Sheriff America at. Its very bist. When it was visited by the European Space Agency's Rosetta Mission. Between Two Thousand Fourteen and twenty sixteen. You see the more material comedy. Chicks the more satellite can reflect the brighter it would therefore appear and the more visible it becomes swan is currently moving from southern into northern skies at. It's already faintly visible with the unaided eye but based on the amount of water at suggesting it could become brighter over the next few weeks. That's if it survived that long after all we've heard all this before just last month. In fact when the much anticipated Comet Atlas suddenly began breaking PAT to at least thirty fragments as it approached the sun. Say That's the thing about comets. Fragile and therefore highly predictable and Comet Swan is now entering the danger zone when it said Para helium its closest opened position to the sun. Time when Sola Hating will be at its maximum s things get hotter more more isis will begin.
"swan" Discussed on The Side Quest Inn Podcast
"Upset. Twenty-seven I'm the night previously on the side quested. Tim Newman Peter. Put an end to the monstrosity. That was once barren tell us saving the girl's mother and then returning to the bed near state where they find Elliott waiting with news that Raymundo has been captured. It began making a plan to go out and save him Hey everyone welcome back to the side question. I am toby. Pack Your innkeeper and Dungeon Master and I'm JD. I'll be playing Peter for the evening. I'm Alex W Raymundo I'm Felicia and I will be playing Emma. I'm McKenzie and I'll be playing L. E. Wick. Jeff Thomson Airplane. Tim Horton always. You're all separated once again. Tim and Ellie are over. Dame crabs house spending the night. I'm not together for all we know something about proposed. Uma and Peter are back at the beckoning state getting prepared to Gallivant as the nights one on one and forced documents. Yeah you roll the society check last time to forge some documents that. What are the documents saying? I'm tonight soon. I don't remember that large but still going to be in the same handwriting like we saw that one note. That's the whole being the forgery. But they're gonNA say something along the lines of. It's it's funny to me that everyone thinks that I've been caught when I'm obviously not clearly clearly still out and about sure a Limerick I thought we were GONNA do like the time and place. He was going to arrive at all the places and give it to the main people was that not are there do seem to remember something about arranging telling telling people where he was going to be something. This is all your plan now mine. I did not participate in like giveaway gold or something to make sure he was alive right. We're going to tell people to be a certain place a certain time to get the gold. Yeah Oh that was it. Was that it. Although I don't think the nights one would leave a note saying come. Get money at the second location. I agree with that. It's like an obvious trap so I think that the notes could be saying something about maybe supporting the Night Swan Lake Justice or something by being at barbies castle at the day of the execution to like you know denouncing denouncing that they have the nice captured basically just saying yeah with proof or whatever so they can provide evidence that they obviously don't have the nights one right. The only way that I feel like this plan would work is if then does in fact become the nice one because otherwise we're just making it look worse anyone who would like see through the forgery or catch US permitting. These documents only makes him look more like the night swan because we're trying to cover it up. Yeah that was. It can't look at all like a copycat has to seem like a genuine thing. Otherwise no one's going to pay attention exactly that that's why it seemed important that Huma also actually go take down the tax card or something or I don't know I don't know what she actually has to. Zealot is that the Mo of the Night Swan. Yeah he robs tax cards. He's robinhood sounds like you guys are GonNa have to do. It's going to be something. And the reason why we went. Dame crabs was too that she would support us or spread. Spread the word as well. That Raimondo is not the night swan not getting a Trenton illegal. Not Getting a trial against startled. He's not actually following his own rules. Basically got which seemed born so I think like the note should say something to that as well. Take a look at your bear. And he doesn't even he'll he's you know I don't know he doesn't even care about his own laws and stuff. How could a man like that? Possibly lead nights one. So so. That's the plan then to you're GONNA do gold. You're getting those letters. You've already sent a letter to Marcela. So we'll say that L. E. N. Tim The day you slept over at dame crabs. You had breakfast. It was delicious and then heading back to the estate. By the end of the day you'll get back to the estate Where Luma and Peter had been working on forging these letters and getting the gold pouches ready and things like that. So that's kind of where we'll start so you all end up together at the house okay. So what's the next step? We have to get these letters out. And do we have daggers? I think we have those. What the nights long debt right? We'll get we can't we can't use. Raymundo chokers that. Yeah but we have other day yours. That's I'm sure we could just go. Guy Some data blacksmith and okay. Yeah we need to rob a tax cart. Luma you as the Black Swan and I just WanNa do not do ballet. Did I do Black Swan in the letters? Oh No act says nights one clearly say I was GonNa say you didn't even have to write his name. He has a little stamp should redo the crowds. It says nice shoes. Stay up crafted something. I can't remember you did the duck ugly ducklings turn into swans. We know this that's true they do. It's the evolution cool. So do you want to go rob a tax cart or do you want to go plant some gold or want to go plant some letters? I think robbing the tax cut. I makes the most sense because then the gold has somewhere. That it came from your. We'll get some goals. And the daggers. In letters will be planted at the same time right the dagger stabbing the letter into a career waller bedroom. We just have to do it in like it can't be in multiple places at once. If we do that. It has to be has to make sense. That one person did all of whatever writing right? Are We actually robbing attacks card richer this we know we're going to actually give the money away. Sure sure sure all of it. Yeah plus the eighty were investing. Sure all right well. We have one problem with this planet. In order to prove that remained was not a criminal where becoming criminals well morally with. This is criminal. Well I mean Barnaby like killed someone and made Raymundo eat it. So there's levels of criminal here well sure but like two wrongs don't make a right to always told me next to the left and we got to go less black and white here. This isn't a joking matter here. This is a so unserious life. Am really can go. Tim Think about it this way. There's a bad guy on. Yeah are you with me? Bad Guy comes and takes your spoon. You go over to the bad guy and take. The spoon back happens are usually one leg. No but can't I? I asked politely for the Spoon before I just take it. I think they have actually gone to the palace and like talk to Barnaby and try to get this all cleared out just a jas over Nice Cup. Look what happened when we went to the palace and they had that whole thing and they were sending peasants out because they had been jailed for things that we thought were ridiculous like setting the count salad butter which isn't even crime. Mind you and he put in jail for that so I don't think it matters what thinks at this point because he's obviously fucking deranged. He's really yeah that makes sense. I understand that okay. Okay but when we take over the Cartier could we like? I don't know you know those are just people doing their jobs to kill him or anything like that right. Yeah burn them with fire? You not here. Why are you looking at me because senior us? Fire on folks before going to light anyone on fire now going to curse them or make little blue dolls even know how to do that. That's you're being ridiculous okay. You're right I I apologize. I'll just put him to sleep or something. Okay let's go past asleep quite nicely. Okay sleeping's good now. Now's anyone going to know that you're not like you know Ooh Online Berg famous. Joel Stern you're actually this Nights one. I've called plan to actually helped me go to the closet and pull out a night swan costume were my God tournament tablecloth like what. What are you doing.
"swan" Discussed on Beautiful You
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"swan" Discussed on The LifeWork Podcast
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"swan" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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