17 Burst results for "Tammi"
"tammi" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast
"I said i really had attended to lifer Dobson as an academic and law schools and not in one psychology. So i actually had no idea about setting up a lab hat. Certainly terrible names like whereas concerned but Essentially our focus. As i said the we want to try to use our psychology background and In order to be able to address real world legal problems in essentially my favorite thing to do and what we kind of do a lot of the time is to kind of take people's underlying beliefs the common sense notions of things and to challenge the validity of. Thanks actually the test using its thermal. Now let's any at-bats my garbage student allen and she is the one hair is Kinda driving a the practice that we have gone into the diversity so my next logical question here is. How did you decide on who you were going to accept To be a part of the lab and tell us a little bit more about that process because we have some audience members that say. I love the labs. I wanna get involved. Give me some advice on how i can actually get involved in the labs question. I would say that Be patient but also persistence The number of emails. Especially i think is female psychology professors. I heard one time that in terms of things like reporting help seeking people are most likes to are most likely to go to female psychology professors and looking at my inboxes early feels that way a lot of the time so most often what happens is somebody takes a class of mesa. Being somebody the joint appointment. I teach both in the law school and in the psychology department. So usually what happens. Is somebody pick my class in the psychology department and they ultimately not debut. Well and say oh. Hey you know. I'd like to work with you in your lap or they just email me and generally speaking. I pick people who are assistant who are clearly self-motivated. Meaning like if. I say hey. I'm busy right now but could you back up with me in a couple of weeks in if they do it a hung okay. Great like because like. I can't i kind of know what i need out of People that i work with and one of the things that i can't do i can't chase people. I can't You manage your time for you in manage my also so i get really really works well for me to be able to work with people who can kind of do what they say and say mean in that kind of thing. The other thing i'll say is It's okay to be honest and you should just take the chance like so most people who work with nathan abn idea. I don't know whether i wanna go to law school or psychology great. Neither did that right like that. That's fine and ethnic as long as you're willing to kind of work on what needs to be done and realize that you know we'll do our best to make a good experience you're one they weren't from then there's pretty much no downside to reaching out and trying to get like that they're great advice. Great advice some of our members. Always ask about scholarships grants fellowships Do you have any advice for them. Regarding those types of funding as well as any alternative types of funding. I wish i could say more about that. I mean i.
"tammi" Discussed on Masters in Psychology Podcast
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"tammi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell ain't nothing like the real thing. Aspirin, Simpson wrote it and it's one of the most durable pages from the Motown song. Put Paul Cavalcanti WNYC seeing new standards dot or Joseph Myrow wrote. You make me feel so Young and this song, Autumn Nocturne, played by Bucky Pizzarelli. As we welcome the season in song. He loves me. And to my amazement. I love it known that he loves me. He loves me truly doesn't show it. How could he when he doesn't know it? Yesterday. He loves me. Not today. He likes me. And tomorrow Morrow. Teeth from here to touch him. I'm speechless Form us intel. It's wrong, But it won't be long now, before my love discovers that he and I are lovers imagine our surprise is bound to be He loves me. I love him. Isn't it? A wonder wonder why I didn't want it. I want it. That's the thing that mattered and matters are improving daily Yesterday. I love him now. Today I like him and tomorrow. Such delicious tingles trembling, but that does that mean I'm freezing. That's what does it all But still, um, incandescent and like so mad lesson I'd like to square alone every while I see me..
"tammi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Can be to roll would exit the stage way ahead of schedule her tragic loss at a very young age through Marvin Gaye for a loop both personally and creatively but it also opened a new door it would be interesting if they just stayed together if she lived on and they never went beyond being the romantic duo that Motown put out there is mostly groups right or solo performers but there was it was the boy girl act the couple that Motown frames so beautifully with these very often Ashford and Simpson compositions but your precious love Marvin and Tammi Beverly Kenny swing and a star the song book on W. NYC newsstand dot org swing can be home in a job and you news he is and rain he's just we you you.
"tammi" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Thank you Marvin and Tammi a Marvin Gaye Tammi Terrell right no mountain high enough on the alternate about music Friday of their own actions what we do here on Fridays and every day three to six PM eastern standard time were on the case like a bomb on a baloney sandwich can you still say a chemical bomb one by the way I want that reminded me.
"tammi" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"New York unsound opinions one of my favorite duet. That's a good one, Greg. If we're talking about some of the best duets in musical history that we can't leave out the dynamic pairing of Marvin Gaye, and Tammi Terrell absolutely not they began collaborating almost by accident. There was a version that gay had recorded ain't no mountain high enough. And there is a version the Terrell had recorded of ain't no mountain high enough and the powers that be at Motown didn't really think either one was good enough. What happens if we take a little bit from from the chocolate side and a little bit from the peanut butter. We put them together. What are we get? Right. That is what happened and they would go on to record a string fantastic hits your precious. Love ain't nothing. Like, the real thing. You're all I need to get by. If this world were mine, the two I'm gonna play a little less known who's the onion song. What a strange tune the world is just a great big. Onion and pain and fear are the spices that make you cry. There's also a strange story behind this. Some people say that it is not Tammi Terrell singing with Marvin Gaye. It's the co songwriter. Valerie Simpson Tammi Terrell would die of a brain tumor. She and gate. We're not to get it off and on the studio or on stage. She actually collapsed into gays arms on stage and died not long after. But there's a version of events that hold that that Simpson one of the songwriters sang, and it's heard not Tammi Terrell other people say no Simpson did a guide vocal. But even though she was in a wheelchair and sick and suffering. It is Tammy Terrell. I'll leave that to the historians to debate. Okay. What I'm always interested in in duet is when you have a male singer and female singer, and they're each telling their story, you get a different version of events meta from ours women are from Venus. And then the third thing comes together. And it's better than everything the onion song from nineteen sixty nine. I think is when Marvin Gaye. And Tammi, Terrell. Did it best here? It is on sound opinions. The. Off the bay. And the whole way to get free. Three. Instant. On. We got a. Breed. Michael. The two. Do..
"tammi" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Only living boy in New York unsound opinions one of my favorite duet. That's a good one Drake. If we're talking about some of the best duets in musical history that we can't leave out the dynamic pairing of Marvin Gaye, and Tammi Terrell absolutely not they began collaborating almost by accident. There was a version that gay had recorded eight no mountain high enough. And there was a version the Terrell had recorded of ain't no mountain high enough and the powers that be Motown didn't really think either one was good enough. What happens if we take a little bit from from the chocolate side and a little bit from the peanut butter. We put them together. What do we get? Right. That is what happened and they would go on to record a string fantastic hits your precious. Love ain't nothing. Like, the real thing. You're all I need to get by. If this world were mine, the tune, I'm gonna play a little less known who the onion song, what a strange tune the world is just a great big. Onion and pain and fear are the spices that make you cry. There's also a strange story behind this. Some people say that it is not Tammi Terrell singing with Marvin Gaye. It's the co songwriter. Valerie Simpson Tammi Terrell would die of a brain tumor. She and gate. We're not to get it off and on the studio or on stage. She actually collapsed into gays arms on stage and died not long after. But there's a version of events that hold that that Simpson one of the songwriters sang, and it's heard not Tammi Terrell other people say no Simpson did a guide vocal. But even though she was in a wheelchair and sick and suffering. It is Tammi Terrell. I'll leave that to the historians to debate. Okay. What I'm always interested in in duet is when you have a male singer and a female singer, and they're each telling their story, you get a different version of events matter from ours women are from Venus, and then the third thing comes together. And it's better than everything the onion song from nineteen sixty nine. I think is when Marvin Gaye. And Tammi, Terrell. Did it best here? It is on sound opinions though. The. The office. Vice? And the only way to get free. Three. Insta-? On. We got a. We. Breed. Two. To do..
"tammi" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"But I also wanna mention, you know, she, in addition to the sort of the stuff that I think a lot of people remember from the era of respect and the ducks sixties in the early seventies. She still in the eighties when I was a teenager was still cranking out pop records. Some of which I think are better than others. I mean, eighties will kind of resurgence. I mean, she yet in the seventies late seventies, you're not talking about a great Aretha Franklin disco album, right? Like so she didn't quite make it there, but she moved to Clive Davis and Aristo records, I think, and in the eighties and I like you, I think encountered her like as a very young kid, that's the Aretha Franklin I, I met so to speak. And then later went back and understood like her sixties, the power of her sixties. But there are a bunch of us who grew up with her and like George, Michael duets. One of the pieces tape that I brought because I will absolutely stick up for that song. That song as a banger I wanna hear a little bit. The way that course goes, the reference to the river was deep. The mountain was high. The valley was low. They're calling back to stuff from the earlier era that she was in. And if you watch the video, there's a bunch of old footage of duets playing behind them in part of the video, including sunny share, Marvin Gaye, and Tammi tarot. There's a real respect for where that song was coming from and what the legacy that it kind of was adding to subtle. They're like, this is what we're doing. No, it's so eighties and I will hundred percent stick up for that song because they're both great singers. I really enjoy that. That eighties victory, lap. That's this. You got to do. It was like she was banging out, big, big hits, freeway of love, who's zoom who. Which boy you talk about production, but those songs have this referred earlier to that playfulness. They had this kind of Zaza quality to them that felt like she was taking a very, very well earned victory lap and just really enjoying being like a video star and being like a contemporary hitmaker and not somebody who was preserved in amber in nineteen sixty eight. And I think that's something that she was able to do repeatedly over the course of her career nineteen ninety eight. I remember her singing Nessun Dorma from Puccini's Toronto at the at the Grammys Razi story filling in for puffery million for Bye-bye. Roddy who like this was the three tenors right era, and he was going to be on the Grammy's and then he was sick, so sure got a wreath of Franklin to come and blow the doors on messing Dharma. Done them a favour, even legendary performance. It's amazing and I and I don't think you can talk about her either without saying she also kept having these intersections with history because she had a very famous performance at the first or the second Obama inauguration in the first. Yeah, she performed at the inauguration for Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Was it the Barack Obama one where she had the hat. Yes, she got too late. A moment. She's like, I don't know what y'all are doing, but I need a hat. And everyone was like, Yep, go ahead and do that. And the thing that I will also say about her as a a woman who wants spent a lot of time in various singing. You know, occupations and hobbies. We sang a couple of things of hers when I did Capella in college, which if you think about it is absurd, right? It was a bunch of girls at Oberlin singing. You know, we sang natural woman more like the Carole king short van, but we also sang baby. I love you. Which is this song that kind of wraps around it's it has these phrases that it kind of caresses. I have to play a little bit of it and you'll see what I mean. Go get it..
"tammi" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Disease visible main dry when you come to make her never she'll be waiting like a toll bridge you take you're not getting to see and that mccann hurrah say gosh he plays extend this with with walking you and cuter teams two scott the what the everyone everyone tammi is t joe.
"tammi" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Tammi outshot them from the three point line and what happened shannon what happened shout okay fairly shot twenty five percent miami shot twenty eight wow you make it seem like miami shot forty eight percent but can tell the people at home with the shot from the floor thirty eight percent so let's look game four on saturday at my this is at miami it's hard place to win so in that game joel embiid has eight turnovers and ben simmons has seven turnovers and wait a second the sixers is a team this young team not ready for time they have twenty six toll turnovers in that game and they won by four how did they do that they have star power they have the firepower they're just better than the heat they thank you i don't really say anything he does not star power foul power wait a second all you've been telling me over the past ten days is that lebron doesn't enough hell he just doesn't have enough help so you keep telling me nobody else's scored twenty points i learning okay so you should admit defeat you can see this coming thousand miles an hour down the pike right at you that this team is just way better than your team let me let me let me get this i want to make sure i'm hearing you correctly i have a team that's tied to to i have the best player on the planet your team is down three one and you still believe the thunder is going to win but i'm aband i'm abandoned lebron you just changed the sub lebron james hockey about the sixers who i picked before the playoffs started to win the east and now it looks like a cakewalk for the sixers but the this is what you're going to do already know what you're going to do i'm doing i'm just saying what i see when did you see lebron james beat the sixers and advanced to the finals what were you saying.
"tammi" Discussed on Here & Now
"The hat this now what's going on is such a landmark record but why did you choose this song in particular well first of all it's kind of two songs in one because you have inner city blues and then later in the song they reprieves what's going on the song and so it's kind of like two songs one out for radio purposes i know that we probably can't hear the entire song but i chose this because yes such absolute smash one of the greatest albums of the century a low point in his life late sixties he had tax problems he was depressed his singing partner tammi terrell was dying of cancer his marriage was failing us doing drugs but the album was a response to police brutality he was very much influenced by letters he was exchanging with his brother who is in vietnam so it's kind of through the eyes of a vet and i feel like it's similar to what a lot of people are feeling right now this feeling of disillusionment and the question what is going on here the new normal a sense of shock and it has such a different sound from his work in the sixties totally he the quality control department at motown turned this record down and berry gordy hated the first single and then one sales guy at mo time he kinda got it out there behind berry gordy is back and released a small batch of records and it became this massive success okay next we have the song woman of the world this is recorded in nineteen seventy two it's on the album where are we going.
"tammi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Outfit you like you could go on their website and say hey i want to support blank and will show you all the different awesome oufits you can buy for that so there's that in a tons more again just go to elvis termed a show on instagram and you'll get linked over how low craig thank you sir thank you hi tammi high so the kids are out of the house now oh no they won't leave us as soon i just wanna walk around the house naked and you know duping if you want to get him to leave the do that helder the yet their twenty in 2003 time topperforming walter on makets did of my dad among walk in our naked i'd leave sensors lee if you wanna leave tammie just walk ground naked that's a good idea we might have to give it a try especially as they bring their friends the official twitter account of the morning joe guilty story and show that the official twitter account of elvis elvis store and follow us now elderly store and in the morning show you don't want another way for the thieves to rob you blind is uh taxis if your online felon filing your taxes for do it now i can beat the rush of taxis and maybe they won't transgender stuff another out there waiting for you that's why our friends at lifelock have taken it to the next level they have joined with the worldfamous norton security which we've been using our computers for years to keep us safe from people breakingin so now lifelock with norton security they're able to uncover threats we might miss this is going to sound weird okay go ahead i love when a lifelock alert comes on my phone no it's grand the reason is because i know that there watching things for me and i know that there on top of that it makes me feel better weather weird because you don't want an alert.
"tammi" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"A documentary they're doing on him it's called tom tom brady versus time and it eat kisses his son on the lips for on versus comfortable length of time but tammi in new york i guess you you don't see any problem with that demi i really doubt it okay well laughing when you're saying it's a disturbing little part of the fifth year no it's not i think it's all how you're brought up some guys get it chuck in the arm and you know a little punch from their dad then scruff of the hair and and in some families cats yeah i i my family 'cause this on the lips i kissed my parents on the lips a pack and it's not a long drawn out kiss and it's not in a sexy john i he's getting a sports massage you know which to him as you know everyday thing but the main thing is when i saw that i went and looked it up when you were talking about 'cause i'm like really and i'm like no way they're so it over exaggerating but the main thing that came to my mind was i was certain if you talk to glenn i guarantee you he kisses his son like that are exactly right about that oh no older and you are you're you're right eat us no he does and i can tell when he's doing this christmas story given molo scrapping the hair lent higher i know reading the book together it's totally an innocent paternal relationship but it city thank you.
"tammi" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Who is your audience i tell you this change a great deal over the years but but we in the beginning and this might base i can definitely tell you about my based largely ninety nine percent african american ninety nine point nine nine percent african american about eighty percent women and africanamerican women who are just have been there completely for me and what i love about him there to what he says that a love so much as that country music the fans are always there for their artist always till the data guy and this audience is been right there with me and i've been very very fortunate that they've been so giving and so supportive of me of all these years that's my base but i've watched changed over over the years in prison hedging our movies don't open in just specific theaters run in a certain part of tammi great they're everywhere right right so watching a change in seeing the younger group join more demographics overcoming a you know crossing what what would have been people would have said crossover of what i just feel like the lines of just gone away so everybody could realize it's not just a movie four black people is just a movie just a movie about people about how they think because they'd come that specific needs to universal that's right up truth than doing that for sure yeah for sure so when you you do this again signature character but certainly not the only character and you've created might now you have what five shows on oprah's own yes that's right that's right and what there's one other for a trc bs tlc that's right you are you're done you're over the winning learn genetic eto ride yet they tried to force and other drama there so what is this relationship between you and oprah was the fact that you did you call her up and tell you listen i saw your show and it made me one a right.
"tammi" Discussed on The Nerdist
"You know someone maybe not necessarily being the personal to advice of their wiping pills out of there's always that are i feminist icon the one who can still choked on her own pugh gave them a presidency man is that it is is it is our hero i feel like we can do better than that jane goodall added like there's somebody elder realities devoted their life man is i don't think she is the one who just hearse main strategy in life was to be late on purpose gestures are no respect for man she's like man all you have to do is jay goal and aid there you have them in the palm of your hand it's like how stupid she's like sex is towards met i don't know sex towards a man is feminist morbidly is that you've got wrong about that but but the idea that thank she's a scientific let's put her on money she should be on 100 is is like if you walk into a bar and saw some you know some lady passed out in the corner you wouldn't be like hey gun woman is a hero i need your quotes hosting them on women crush wednesday you're my hero posters on my dorm wall okay okay good quote udl fucking know me great with i had no me do you think you are do you think you random girl named tammi in fort lauderdale fuck bread i dunno brad would accelerate announcing you really know your healthy i just words were eulogizing a like a lot of these lose this law is the loser love this is every day i say.
"tammi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"As well as some of the women let me get tammi in madison wisconsin on hi tammi you're on the thank you for calling i like the cloud yeah i just biased i love your show i nine our related field since nineteen seventy eight i carnage stumbled into a working as a resident manager and then they can were apartment building in new son and either his first off other plumbing and electrical were can you know as was successful at of and i didn't make the same wages that my male counterparts for remake and back in those days and i wish that there was this thing pushed to get women in those ill with the same benefits back then as there are now this i'm sure you do having been there since nineteen seventy eight you're a urine original they're telling me and i appreciate your call thinking eric do do balloon will look back on air can wonder if there were times when the union was not so supportive of women your union included well i believe the construction trees were always a male dominated trade young and we recognize through civil rights and empowerment that we need to be more diverse more inclusive and we're far better than we were the national building trades we have a lot of apprenticeship readiness programs addressing that very concerned but as far as my union does i knew that we were better than we were but we need to do improve to get better yet how party is going to go as our demographics change here is maybe millennials don't wanna do some of these jobs maybe not in the same proportion as boomers how far do you think the percentage it used to be talking about still under ten percent maybe of your membership we're mighty go.
"tammi" Discussed on Tell Me Something I Don't Know
"We know that you were born in israel and that your parents or a micro biologist and a mathematician which if my math is correct means you may be jewish tammi we also know that yet a one woman show about your experiences that math camp it was called tales from math camp you still you wanna do a little piece of it here no and once that one number what's your favorite number tammi savior oh twenty three that's mine i'm not kidding why was twentythree your favorite number i don't know there's something about it i find really appealing is it because it's orderly to like no no i don't feel and orderly innis to it i kind it feels kind of jagged to me tammi tell us something i'm afraid to ask that we don't know about you when i was a kid growing up in chicago there was a a jewish tv show called beyond the magic door which was sort of secretly jewish like i didn't know watching it it was jewish and then you'd be like oh in the land of to read all but a i got to audition for it which was very excited about and i saying kookaburra sits in the old gum tree they asked me to stop but you recovered okay you still carrying this carbon boy i don't any anymore and having an adult tell you to stop singing will make you stop forever well tammi delighted you're here tonight with us.