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"tanada" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"tanada" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Sports radio studios the night of the nba drive and shenanigans are already underway draft his about forty minutes away but there is already and is your turned away. Russell westbrook to the lakers. You like it or not. Eight seven seven nine nine six sixty three sixty nine. What are your thoughts. Let's kick it off with juliette in los angeles on the odd couple fox sports radio. What's up juliette going guys doing good. I'm doing real good. I think. I like to trade for westbrook los angeles because you're a change for the blind. He doesn't have to do as much. You may nineteen ninety nine teen exactly. He doesn't have to do as much during the regular season average. Just about twenty points instead of twenty five points a game. He doesn't have to get as many rebound as many as you commit. Westwood majority of the heavy work and the bra gets chip in and raza majority of the season and put him twenty to get insist. We way davis share. Well look. I think that there's some of that thinking here. That look westbrook will be able to take a lot of pressure physically off of lebron. Anthony davis s clear. When lebron was on the bench westbrook will still be out there. Presumably and you know that unit without lebron should be able to be much better than it was this year. Here's the thing. No you gotta play them together at some point lebron alot how to become a layer in the play offs. So you can't you can't just have. Lebron play one way to regular season and then way in the playoffs. You know what. I'm saying that you are going to have to develop chemistry with lebron playing his typical game in both the regular season. Ploughs know what i'm saying. Rob there's just we're gonna play completely different in the play offs and tanada. That doesn't work. That's what chemistry comes in and kind of getting a feel for all three players out there. Chris i'm with you That sounds good put. That totally may help. I think you know. Rob i think you would even admit it. Yeah okay there's no doubt it's going gonna take a physical toll off of lebron ad right. He'll help but.
"tanada" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast
"Somebody's timeout. is that legal. Is that what are we doing here. Because i know you wanna give refunds and if this continues. I'm gonna need a refund. Because i didn't come here for that type of train so again. You're not even confronting it. You're not even a forcing whoever's in charge knowledge. You're telling them what you expect based on who you want so you give a lot of people out something you also don't do is stay. What siles anybody with some different approaches to a moment like that something I was going to save my. It's only two things. I do want something similar to whip the facial expression or you know how one one phrase have multiple meaning. What am i freeze eyo. You know what i mean like oh was a oh what would you. Don't you know so the same way to bring attention to if it's not as blatant or i actually say moment stopping i'm talking to on the side you know we're not doing you know what i mean. It really does matches what my personality is. It's something that will stop a whole confident yet. The ao was necessary. But if it's something not as blatant or doesn't affect everybody to not loving tanada great ideas there all right as talking triggered a memory. My cousin town hit me up. He said abia. Sodas pushed into the parking lot. And i looked around. And it's all these banja standing there doing insane. Nothing and i guess they were on the not my monkey not a circus boy. But because i've been punched in the face before. I know what it feels like to have. No say nothing so this mom of two without her cell phone walked up and said hey dude. You don't but i'm a recorded i'm opposed to. The guy pushed the lady out the truck. And after the shock in off and tom asks lady she okay and then because she got a blood. We are a little psycho. Thomas follow you a whole you know what i'm saying. Because she was light. Look at what we do is how some plate will be going to have more video slogan. We have to turn this in and have worked out. We have video evidence. And after i made sure she was safe and not downplay her doing what she felt she had to ask myself. What else could have done. So i love to hear from some of you may be perhaps some of the ideas that you have in a situation. That's that tents in that personal man and his old lady you're going at it public and you happen to visually walk into that. What are some of the solution that you were present or would you be one of those silence male bystander. What descent situation while. Mind in your so in this particular situation if i'm in public and i and i'm watching somebody else do something that i'm not even a part of I'll be honest. I haven't done this before. But i got this idea from a training. I attended I'm not big enough. Where i can like confront another dude or another person like in general unless they're small. I'm not. I'm not somebody who's going to be able to physically stop them but what i can do is i can play dumb. I can go up to the to the woman like her like Either act like. I know her and be like. Oh my gosh. Hey how are you. I'm so sorry to interrupt you. Know something to halt the Confrontation and you know this. I'm open to feedback year. This is the best approach but just something to kind of like interrupt. What's going on strong. Tony look debt. Love that you're going to take action. And i love that. You're also thinking about your physical safety as well..
"tanada" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"tanada" Discussed on "Global Leadership with Greg Parry"
"Much often very ineffective. It's not consensus. Elected Organization wants where if we had crucially important decisions. We didn't just put a hand off, but we just didn't have vote. We had a what's called a consensus decision making model. And the way that works is which a hand up. Five one five. And of course, if If you totally on board. Then you put five up. Not Actions not concerned. Run both play the head towards this. Solution or if manning this plan. Maybe. That person's unrealistic that put up five fingers. Other people might put up four fingers. It's good to not. It's good tonight. You don't have one hundred percent commitment. To that plan. Plus people might have a few little objectives, maybe just being realistic. What about if most people are three? What is still a whole lot of people with addictive, so they prepared to say yeah, let's go forward. But with objections that are gonNA, get in the road unique Tanada. What's the point of having eighty percent of people say yes. But huge number objections of the plans would. What's the point of having fifty one percent voting? Yes. All well in one have changed developed and. That was the rule so therefore. We're moving forward. Luck with that. If you don't have consensus, people aren't going to be running for. They gotTa Be Cooling Forward Reluctantly, or they're going to undermine things behind the saints. Consensus decision making model is referring to is a much longer conversational cypher another taunt, but there are other steps to it as well. will. I WanNa find out what the elections I wanNA find out is. Totally applaud oppose it. GonNa Block. Get the information you need. So that, you can achieve consensus to make sure that the project plan succeeds. The. Biggest Mestre have used that I is tight the Tom and be patient with decisions. Use the strategies up share tonight to move things forward, but be patient with them now that just getting a yes whole bullying your wife through doesn't. The greatest leaders of the people who have the greatest number of people on this side moving forward in the same direction, and it's not about being manipulative about the offensive and genuine. In order to make sure that everyone is working towards the same goal. Global leadership is about achieving success. Not about getting votes on the table or have short term wins. That understanding the cultural diversity. That exists around you. Buy Control that you addressing things in different ways as appropriate because you're different, cultural and unique context. Odd. Some of these strategies have been helpful for you withdrawn out. You've gotta go. I think find a really effective and a nice playbook you to look forward to be more effective regulation. Thanks for listening.
"tanada" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Clarifying comments on political dirt. I'm rich Denison, Fox News. The president today clarifying comments that triggered a new controversy comments that he made earlier this week in which he said he would not necessarily inform the FBI, if he was handed damaging information on an opponent by a foreign entity. The attorney general, the FBI, I'd reported to law enforcement. Absolutely. The president also criticized Democrats for paying former British intelligence officer, Christopher Steele for his opposition research. It may be the single biggest political crime in the history of our country. Steel spoke with Russian government officials about what Donald Trump might have done as a private citizen, and he eventually shared his reports with federal law enforcement officials songs was Jon decker, Anthony house. The British government says it agrees with the US conclusion that Iran attacked to oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. The foreign office says, in a statement that its own assessment concluded it is almost certain that our branch of the Iranian military, the Islamic revolutionary guard attack the tankers, President Trump says his administration will have a big announcement in a few weeks, something that's going to have a profound effect on the things that we're talking about and have been talking about over the last. Last two and a half years. It's going to be something really incredible. That'll take place over the next two weeks. It'll be a very big announcement. Nobody knows what it is. It's going to be a big surprise. The president says the cryptic surprises unrelated to his comments today about working to bring down the cost of healthcare Mexico's immigration. She presenting his resignation to the country's president today as Mexico embarks on a crackdown. Irregular irregular immigration through his territory in response to US pressure. No reason was given Tanada gin step down..
"tanada" Discussed on KPCC
"Right. Those red lines taste, especially tasty. What could be in them? And I feel so much calmer. It's helping me cope with this terrible terrible. Movie paid a lot of money to go. See, you know, it's not a bad idea. So maybe we'll see that next year at cinema. Con, I think CBD popcorn could certainly help people not just cope with bad movies, but scary movies, like the ones that we're about to talk about to talk about har-. We invited to Nana redo into the studios. She's a filmmaker and professor at UCLA. She's an expert in Chandra films and teaches a class on black. Har-. Tanada reeve. Welcome. So great to be here. So here's a question I have for both of you, scary movies have been around forever scary movies in the summer, relatively new idea. So what's happening? What's changing? I think we all think horror movies and naturally we think Halloween, you think fall, you think you know scary. Movie season is traditionally not in the summer, but studios are seeing that, that is now changed because the audience hunger for. John movies is so so vast. Are you agree, you know, and I think especially when we're in somewhat traumatic times politically, that might have something to do with what's feeding the horror frenzy, we can extract some trauma out and watch strangers suffer and root for them, and, you know, occasionally they win and there's no substitute for digging your fingers, you know, into the arm of the person sitting next to you, and you can't do that with strangers. So you have to bring someone to do that. And we're seeing a real spectrum of horror titles. A superhero horror movie hybrid called bright burn, which is actually really quite gory. We've got child's play which is going to confuse fans of the classic child's by because those rights are actually technically split between two studios. So this is a remake of the original child's play Chucky it has. Version of John, but I have to say I. I saw the expanded trailer and I think the Spanish trailer, it's really intriguing can connect to and control of your Catholic products and smart home devices. Introducing.
"tanada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The sports leader. Welcome back to Camby tonight. My name's Bill, asking you filling in for Mark Willard and some positive points about tomorrow's game Madison, Bumgarner on the hill tomorrow against Kevin GAAS men as this reading this minute ago, just unbelievable. What I'm reading here. Madison, Bumgarner seven and three with a two point seven earned run average against the Braves in twelve career starts in fact, entering tomorrow's outings, Madison won his last seven decisions. That's right. Seven and all with a two point zero three earned run average in eight starts against the Braves. He hasn't lost to the lane of Braves since two thousand twelve. So you think about that when he goes on that hill tomorrow, seven and his last eight starts with a two point zero earned run average pretty Godley numbers right there to go on a hill tomorrow. So if you're Batman, do you bet on him? Do you put a of money on Madison because seven knows pretty damn good. And I think Madison has been pitching real good. His last four starts. So we'll see what happens. But to some thoughts before you go to bed tonight before you lay your head on that pillow about tomorrow's game. I'm thinking, hey, giants got a chance. Well, I think they do. Number forty is on the hill tomorrow against Kevin GAAS men, a right hander panic wasn't in the lineup today. He'll be there tomorrow belt wasn't in Atlanta today. He'll be there tomorrow. The left is going to have the attack. You might even see Stephen vote behind the plate tomorrow. Lefty attack against God's men Madison on a hill. Not a bad flavor when you wake up tomorrow morning, having a Cup of coffee. So far has been fun tonight. Really enjoyed fitting in tonight. Kmby are Tanada got Jacob and Dave behind the glass. Thanks so much fell as a really enjoyed it. Good timing. Good fans could support. Thank you, all for ripping on me on Twitter if you want. I know you've couple of did. It's okay. I take it. Couple of Facebook hits. I appreciate all the fans. Support vitamin blue and myself on the hill, vitamin Bill would be back on Saturday, where on seven to ten on Saturday. We got big lease v. Coming out with us, the hall of Famer we're gonna have a good time talking to him. And one of the fierce homerun hitters the giants used to have rob deer. He's going to join us also. So join us on Saturday. Seven to ten Underhill hill, vitamin Bill, we'll be back. But again, thanks so much. Giants replay coming up here at midnight to fellas are still going to be working late. I'm out the door. Enjoy the evening of a good night. Thanks for listening. I appreciate the time..
"tanada" Discussed on KPCC
"Have a cult following we have a website called good to collect. Aveline Karen beaches, concentrate, citric acid scorebig acid natural tropical fruit flavors. That's good for the body, and it's got a little Thomas. The tank engine desk. It's really good. I'll be honest. I heard the name of this business. Good to grow. I thought that this was the, the next frontier in movie snack edge was CBD in marijuana industries flying breaking into the movie going experience. Right. Those red lines, especially tasty. What could be in them? And I feel so much calmer. It's helping me cope with this terrible terrible. Movie that had paid a lot of money to go. See, you know, it's not a bad idea. Maybe we'll see that next year at cinema. Con I think CBD popcorn could certainly help. People not just cope with bad movies, but scary movies, like the ones that we're about to talk about to talk about har-. We invited to Nana redo into the studios. She's a filmmaker and professor at UCLA. She's an expert in Sean films and teaches a class on black. Har-. Tanada reeve. Welcome. So great to be here. So here's a question I have for both of you, scary movies have been around forever. Scary movies in the summer. Relatively new idea. So what's happening? What's changing we all think horror movies and naturally? We think Halloween fall, you think you know, scary movie season is traditionally not in the summer, but studios are seeing that, that is now changed because the audience hunger for John movies, is so, so vast agree. You know, I think especially when we're in somewhat traumatic times politically, that might have something to do with what's feeding the horror frenzy, we can extract trauma out and watch strangers suffer and root for them, and, you know, occasionally they win and there's no substitute for digging your fingers into the arm of the person sitting next to you, and you can't do that with strangers. So you have to bring someone to do that. And we're seeing a real spectrum of horror titles. A superhero horror movie hybrid called bright burn, which is actually really quite gory. We've got child's play. Which is going to confuse fans of the classic child's by because those rights are actually technically split between two studios. So this is a remake of the original child's play. Chunky it has version of. But I have to say I saw the expanded trailer. And I think the Spanish really intriguing. Catholic.
"tanada" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Town in west, Texas. Jeffrey Brown has this encore report from our American creators series. Welcome to Marfa Texas dusty ranch surrounding tiny rural town near the Mexican border. And internationally renowned art mecca. It sometimes weird often wonderful definitely far off the beaten path some three hours from the nearest major airport. You can get from New York to Paris seated and eating dinner faster than you can get from New York tomorrow. So you got gotta make the commitment to come here. Jenny more is director of the Tanada foundation. A sprawling museum created from an old army fort on three hundred and forty acres. You have time here you're aware of the passage of time by the sun ARCHE across the sky. You don't get that in a lot of places Gianotti and the whole Martha phenomenon grew with the arrival here in the nineteen seventies of artists Donald Judd leading figure in what became known as minimalism art stripped down to basic forms Jodoin and out of what he saw as the stifling New York art scene as he explained in one thousand nine hundred eighty three news hour interview for many years, I've been looking for empty land that had not been damaged or destroyed and have too many people. And I finally realized that there's a large space in west, Texas, that's base and the landscape itself would become the inspiration and home to large works by Judd and other no. Artists including Robert Irwin. And Dan Flavin. John also bought up once grand buildings in downtown Marfa vestiges of an earlier boom era for the town when ranching and agriculture thrived, these two became work exhibition and living spaces all part of a vision that artists could create their own world. Judge daughter Rainer he felt very strongly that the idea of seeing one artists single work makes it hard to comprehend. What Ernest is working on our thinking about you actually need to see art? In multiples in a great number of works in one space Rayner and her brother flavor now had the judge foundation which oversees their father's work and legacy is idea was it when you want to know about art of that time of his time, then you can actually come tomorrow and see his work in a situation that he wanted seen Donald Judd died in nineteen Ninety-four his vision grew into something. He might not recognize anew Marfa. As artists and nonprofits.
"tanada" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Good girl season to you, by the way starts on March third. So you have time to catch up. It's real worth it. There's never been anything on the lifetime channel that's been seen by forty million people. Mean not just lifetime. We shouldn't. We shouldn't pile on lifetime like many cable channels, right? So. Any chance, but lifetime in particular has a certain stigma. I think which is not real when they could've. Yeah. No. I would say, yes. I would say yes, except I I saw season two of unreal. Good. Season one of those great great. And then it went very downhill saved. Unreal. Didn't they and didn't quite work out for them? Well, that's that's good girls and watched on Netflix, even though I debuted on NBC, and we'll see how continues to happen in our digital age. Jeff Tanada you've done something that you've extremely rarely do. We just take David jen's advice. Yeah. Yeah. You'd think I would have learned my lesson at this point. But no, I still I still go back into the into the into the breach last week. You raved about escape at Denham Maura, and it sounded like a show that I would love and that my wife would love and that we would love to binge, and it it physically pains me to say, so, but man, you were right. Nice. It is it's a fantastic show. We're we're not finished yet. We're about halfway through short show. But each episode feels like film, like a full film mo- most. I think the shortest episode is fifty five minutes. So like in the longest episode like ninety minutes of they're very lengthy episode. So they also structured like in their shot beautifully. But they're also sort of each one has its own intro kind of thing going on it feels like a film mic experience a cinematic experience. So they're full full meals each episode, and man, it's great the performances are outstanding Paul dano, and she'll Toro, but especially. Patricia. Orca Patricia Arquette. Oh my God. She's amazing. She's always amazing. She's just always great. But this show in particular. She really is is just free to be ugly and despicable and sort of. Not not a good person in this show. Right. Not a good person. But very believable, very real. I mean, this is a true story. They're playing real people. But I have not yet conto to see if if there's a likeness. That's that's comparable. I haven't looked up the store. Here's a pro tip. Don't Google real life people of shows that you're watching that are based on things because it will almost certainly spoil it like, right? I'm not like literally the Google auto complete will spoil what is going to happen the show. So don't don't do that. But it is it's phenomenal. It is beautifully shot by Ben Stiller directed each episode. And I'm suddenly in all of his directorial talented. It's really like felt like it came out of nowhere. Like we've seen him Rick things before. But this is like a order of magnitude more difficulty than I feel like anything he's ever done, and such daring choices and really allowing the actors to sort of flourish in ways that you don't normally. We see and television shows like this it it's really good and also kind of makes your skin crawl and in a lot of ways. I mean, just went just wait. What just wait?.
"tanada" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Good girl season to you, by the way starts on March third. So you have time to catch up. It's all worth it. There's never been anything on the lifetime channel that's been seen by forty million people. Lifetime. We shouldn't. We shouldn't pile on lifetime like many cable channels, right? So. Chance but lifetime in particular has a certain stigma. I think which is not real when they could've. Yeah. No. I would say, yes. I would say yes except I saw season two of unreal. Good. He's one of those great great. And then it wasn't very downhill saved. Unreal. Didn't they and it didn't work out for them? Well, that's that's good girls and watched on Netflix, even though I debuted on NBC, and we'll see how the continues to happen in our digital age. Jeff Tanada you've done something that you've extremely rarely do. We just take David Chen vice? Yeah. Yeah. You'd think I would have learned my lesson at this point. But no, I still I still go back into the into the into the breach last week. You raved about escape at dente Maura, and it sounded like a show that I would love in that my wife would love and that we would love to binge, and it it physically pains me to say, so, but man, you were right. Nice. It is it's a fantastic show. It we're we're not finished yet. We're about halfway through short show. But each episode feels like a film like a full film mo- most. I think the shortest episode is fifty five minutes. So like in the longest episodes like ninety minutes of they're very lengthy episode. So they also structured like in their shot beautifully. But they're also sort of each one has its own intro kind of thing going on it feels like a film mic experience a cinematic experience. So they're full full meals each episode, and man, it's great the performances are outstanding Paul dano, and she'll Toro, but especially. Patricia. Orca Patricia Arquette. Oh my God. She's amazing. She's always amazing. She's just always great. But this show in particular. She really is is just free to be ugly and despicable and sort of. Not not a good person in this show. Right. Not a good person. But very believable, very real. I mean, this is a true story. They're playing real people. But I have not yet gone to kinda see if if there's a likeness. That's that's comparable. I haven't cooked up the store. Here's a pro tip. Don't Google real-life people of shows that you're watching that are based on things because it will almost certainly spoil it like, right? I'm not like literally the Google auto complete will spoil what is going to happen the show. So don't don't do that. But it is it's phenomenal. It is beautifully shot by Ben Stiller directed each episode. And I'm suddenly in off his directorial talented. It's really like felt like it came out of nowhere..
"tanada" Discussed on The SodShow
"It was extremely difficult from talking around to does plans to put duct tree or plant into a show garden identically found. Well, no, that's not actually possible up to time. Absolutely. I mean, I think if you if you attack any show garden with a regimen pitch of plants, you're gonna come unstuck because you you shift and change, and that's why you know, everybody has pinned. So everybody has GM because sometimes some people, and if you if you stick rigidly what's in your head. I think you'll you'll come unstuck. You gotta be you gotta pay it by air and see what you could do to improve the situation. That's normal you so to unity service yourself. I think came because you often look at different types of plots and thinking back twenty seventeen units, exotics, and some house plants outside and things like that. And certainly certain extent, you're creating in Greece, aren't you that actually require you to be regimented about what you can put in guards. Brings flow. So you could fix exactly I mean, you know, that you could have succeeded within your brief. So if that it's leaping at great. But they don't you're not the things put in, but you know, say to somebody else's work out. What they go from you can get some right when we talk about changing seasons changing therefore plants to knock on affect to the con-, hav because one batch of I don't know lupins our choice Tanada Sundance, for example, or osteo spasms. It doesn't really matter what they are. But but when purple white pink mall flower or not yellow black dot at center Becky is now no longer vailable to knock on affect the duck and half. And the planting list for a garden. I got her means you've got to have a really good relationship with the nursery growers that you're working alongside of dental played up tree gardens in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it's critical in your day life in your normal world. You know, having those come sation, we've Nassar it'll suppliers. It's more so on the show ground because you need to be having that compensation via telephone five o'clock in evening when you realize something hasn't arrived on the Murray. Anything going to arrive, and then you could make the call and say can you get tomorrow? Can you get tomorrow? What do you have if possible, and you know, and if you'll if you have relationship in your day to day? Whoa. That you can that you've forged you can fall back on. I think it would be you. I find it much more difficult to make that cool. Make somebody go out into a Nassar at ten o'clock at night and pick for you think off the you know to do that. And you've I mean, you you're plus plus you you've got huge punts knowledge. I I'm interested how much of light going and working in Singapore because you're not going out. And and you haven't got those relationships with nurseries and things and how is a challenges. You know, working with somebody sitting Laura Joey because they're plows economies and goblins hair. How? I mean, it's the whole of sort of learning a whole everyday school. When you go somewhere that you you don't guard go, I mean, this things that, you know, I it's house phone, but we were incredibly lucky in Singapore. Where the contract they have the necessary as well. So that's stock with absolutely amazing kick ca pick. But I would imagine. If you didn't have a network is on the Vancouver struggling to get on if. Even if you done research that you can you never know everything, and I'm ready what goes together. So it's association. It's not true association that you do what you got in. You know that that uranium with us here. Process kind of finding out what what I found the holiday. Do you in you when you're out you thinking, I'm going to design a British garden with a Singapore flavor or you're going to say, no, I'm designing a Singapore garden, I think I was Singapore garden with Singapore plants what what should design prices? Until. The rate which was a Singaporean gov. Singaporean phone just playing. When. I'm going to go easy going to be three stories high that wouldn't be, you know, all sorts of crazy today. Definitely just going to be a nice golf mature ground misery action the bit light rail flooring and his tailoring..
"tanada" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Miniature got sick during the war. That's decision. He made win. Just because you didn't take a bullet over there. Stories for so long. Okay. Organ liberal. Just an all star cast their for a sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and is available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America. Trans love love love it that you're having me. Thank you so much. Where's that thrilled? And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick, come come and support this it had to be fun shooting it and so at a firing. Gary. Through our charity work and became friends. Weird something in common or concern for veterans. Working with him. One is an actor was such a dream. Come true, you know, but but being able to collaborate with this on the film with the this driving cars behind it was even better. Roberts. Great friend of mine. Head to the castle. One of the things that it was so beautiful about the beginning processes of putting this this project together. The cast in the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico had a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from the program. We put veterans to work behind the camera. Really? Oh, yeah. We had one of the stores were. Tanada is a local address in Mexico that is was in the army. He he jumped from the plane as he was injured in that John was parachute. Tangled he bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came I came into office. And he said, look, you know with Florida this. My father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this is this accident and had a difficult time. I will say that not all do. But but a lot of soldiers have difficult time navigating the VA system. It took a decade to get his Venezuela sedan. You don't want we call to give him the the role. He was practically living out of his car. So this was a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he could join us, and we were able to help him out financially and give them a career a boost his traumatic traumatic is fantastic actor, and so happy to affordable projects max that is such a neat story about you have some many. So you you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again with this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country. There's there's a through the New Mexico film authors. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call. The walk you through the steps. But they're they're really behind the veteran community there. And they have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You can get a tax break by using the veterans in in your also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So, you know, take advantage of God bless that sounds so knees. I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing here. Max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray to right? So the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth..
"tanada" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"That is I those guess how come every time we go have lunch. We have Indian food. I don't know. But I don't hate it. I love it in nine of the ten of my friends. Are there lovers of Indian food? So it's not like I have a hankering for it as they say because I never get. I I eat any food at least once a week, but I this week Daniel I decided to eat it with our girlfriend Gandhi. And it was amazing. We found our favorite Indian place right right down the street from where we are Cameron. Have you been no never Indian food. We should go so good visit Indian place by my house right on route seventeen that's supposed to being credible. I've never been there. Everybody was talks about it. So I gotta check it out. I'm gonna take my parents to that place tamarin when they come to town a really because they're going to be the most picky. I'm sure probably yes, they are very discerning about their Indian food. But that places awesome. It's like when I take a scary down to my hometown of Dallas and take him out for a talion food. It's like you're a little afraid to because. If you want to tell you, you get into New York, you know, what I'm saying can be hit or miss, but that place that you chose tamarin is a move the bend Indian food. I've ever had was in England they have facing the, but we have a great a great launch day. Danielle. It's time for you. And me we have to have lunch lunch date. Figuring Mexican food of a great place right up the street. Good. I love love is like a hole in the wall. Yes. The best Mexican food, but I can't have a Margarita. Because as you know, I'm sober curious. That doesn't mean you can't have Margarita that just means. You're curious about what of be like Tanada about it before you do? How that works. Anyway, let's get into the first annual report of the day. What are you going on? So Chicago brewery is allowing angry bears fans.
"tanada" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"This. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Talked about private life, which I just enjoyed early. But I wanna talk about my other work because you've been busy the last few years and one of the things that I've actually watched two or three times. Now is I love dick. You have have kind of tell you I s with Marfa, Texas. I'm from San Antonio and for Uniroyal now, I stopped in Marfa for like five or six days before I go home for thanksgiving. So I was just there a few weeks ago again with friends in the Airbnb made us, I'll watch dick. Dick. I watched that show a lot. Oh, that's it's a good show. And I've walked through some of the places where you'll have shot friends the station there are public radio. Oh in the old gas station. I had to get changed in there. A few times. That was like a little of a makeshift dressing room. That's beautiful. I love I just had a sweet Email exchange with rob weiner's like the head of Tanada. Yeah. I loved Marfa so much and I love that show. So. Yeah. I love the way that you end you bring intensity every role. But something about the character you played in that show the entire time. You are this volcano waiting to explode in their such intensity in every movement in every I roll in every whisper, and it's it's beautiful expression of how everyone whether they show you this or not everyone in that. Same way is barely holding it together. Everyone has like the the the the stove top on top of the boiling water. And you do that in that show. Well, Sam this is really it's here. I'm actually seeing Syra go pins. Tonight's provider of anyway, I can't wait to tell her. Yeah. We that means a ton. God. I really. Oh. Yeah. That experience. I'll hold very dear. It was a really tough one. It seems hard place to live for that. Yeah. How did you get to that place and stay in that place? In that mode for the whole arc in. You have to be. There was a shootout like three hairs hair. It was. On the set shoot about three months. Three months for three months. We don't we only live there for we shot in at sunset Gower out here for the bulk of the interior. Okay. We were there for like three weeks at the end of the entirety of the pilot out there. But I did love it. And I loved it source material and Griffin and Kevin Roberta the whole cast is phenomenal. Thank you for saying. So it's weird too. Because people if people say were you expecting another season, or we I, you know, of course, would have loved, but I think it also kind of exists perfectly as an eight episode thing. I would have been fascinated to see where it would have gone. But I think it also kind of like the cord kind of it's kind of perfectly. Yeah. Also, it's like one of the things that I noticed about like that roll Andrew role in private life and roll entering the other stuff. It's like so many of the characters you play everyone thinks they're crazy. But actually, they're just right? Awesome to hear about Kevin bacon. Character was true. You know, all of the angst. Yeah. That your character in private life. Feels is true. But no like, and so like, what's what seems to be a rationality is just you being radically. Right. And no one gets it. And they think you're crazy. Is it feels like this is the thing women characters and film do because it feels like a way that women in the real world or treated a lot Sam. Well, I mean, that's well with deep about what maybe you just latched onto the there is that something I had never thought of. And I don't know if I can again, speak to globally, women wise. But there is certainly something that I had never thought of is that a lot of these women are really really trying to be heard. That's something that I as a human completely recognize for myself. Yeah..
"tanada" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In fact, this stuff was occurring, but what the government alleges and what the recorded conversations apparently corroborate is that Mr Burke himself was speaking directly with Dennis Reid is the restaurant executives individuals a and b. In in dealing with them, very directly and making it dropping hints that aren't for the layman are aren't even hence, they seem pretty direct. I read that portion to and I thought gosh, it's like it's right out of the sopranos. No, right. There's there's not a lot of subtlety to it. And I guess to me that's the most surprising thing for who has seen so much. If in fact, the allegations bear out is that he was directly in the line of fire here and in doing it in a not very subtle way. Talking to Patrick Collins who for twelve years was here in town. He helped to put away George Ryan among others personal. And I mentioned this earlier in the program. Mr Collins, my father was a businessman here. I'm sorry. My father-in-law was a businessman for many many years here is now retired in the real estate business curse commercial real estate and had to deal with Edberg on number of occasions in earlier today when I called him, and I said breaking news, Stu breaking news eh. Edberg has been criminally charged. He simply said, the chickens have come home to roost. Well, look, you just you know, as someone who's lived in the city for a long long time. And now I represent individual businesses. I mean, it should not be a cost of doing business in any ward in the city of cargo that you have to pay a tax or you have to pay fealty. You have to do provide some benefit for all dramatic folks doing their job and his as laid out in the complaint. Some cases they didn't even have the authority that they were alleging to have. But yet it just throwing up roadblocks for people trying to conduct business in the city, Chicago, you know, it creates a business environment that is not business friendly. And you know, it creates an environment where you have to know somebody and have to again, pay the tax. They shouldn't have to pay you pay the corruption tax. And it's it's not right. That's not the way that things should work. But unfortunately, it's it's it has been the way that things have worked for a long long time. Mr Collins, can you even reconcile being a public servant in the city of Chicago. And also being part of an. A private business. Who is going to help that private business deal with the city of Chicago. It doesn't seem like those are reconcilable positions. Again. I don't I they aren't they are not reconcilable positions. And you know, people that are petitioning their government for a driveway permit, for example, which you know, we should be in issued by the department of transportation issued by an alderman ward. Again, the idea that that alderman can can sort of get into that process and can can cause the department transportation to Tanada who were permits, for example, that you are otherwise are are qualified to get until you pay the tax. It's just wrong. When you watched Edberg, I don't know if you saw on TV, I watched all of it earlier today, and he was walking to and from the hearing he was worrying that fedora. And he did remind me of George Ryan. Did you get that sense as well? I'm watching. TV today. But I look there's a there's a way that folks, I think is do business that is perhaps ingrained in the culture, and you know, whether that's what happened here. Again, I wanna give Mr Burke his his day in court at the end of the day. This is an attempted extortion in that it did not sort of go to completion. But I do think what the government lays out in in in real significant detail in the words of Mr Burke himself is how this works, and it really is. It's really sort of textbook one. Oh, one extortion is alleged in this in this criminal complaint reminds me of bloggers defense. Well, they never came through with the money. So I didn't commit a crime. But if you attempt to bribe a cop and the cop turns down, the bribe is still a crime, it is I mean, you you're going to get into and again, I don't know what the defense how it will play out here..
Canadian Government, Ottawa and Canadian Embassy discussed on BBC World Service
"The actual policy that fixes it the south sudanese rebel leader riak machar is in ethiopia for talks with south sudan's president salva kiir to end the country's civil war it'll be the first meeting between the two men into years mr machar's flown in from south africa where he's been living under house arrest mr care is expected to join him in addis ababa for talks organized by ethiopia's prime minister abby amit tanada and row of mercy corps an age group operating in south sudan says optimism about the meeting what i'm seeing here is that after two long years of cd's self negotiations and times for the first time now the two main leaders are coming together and that has created a lot of all among the communities here and there is a lot of opened on this that ultimately peace will prevail tens of thousands of people have fled the fighting in south sudan the foreign minister of south korea angang wa said that sanctions against the north will remain in place until complete denuclearisation has been achieved miss gang said she expected to see concrete action by north korea in return for guarantees of security world news from the bbc the authorities in indonesia say they now believe at least one hundred eighty people are missing after the sinking of a ferry insa marta just eighteen survivors have been found or within hours of the ferry sinking into late tober one of the deepest lakes in the world the australian human rights commission east loans the world's first inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace the sex discrimination commissioner kate jenkins said she wanted the investigation to build on the metoo movement phil mercer reports from sydney australia's says it wants to lead the world in finding new ways to combat sexual harassment it's affected one in three australian women at work according to the human rights commission it will investigate not only possible solutions and changes to legislation but also the financial consequences of women being forced to leave their jobs because of intimidation and bullying the commission says the aim is to create a society where sexual harassment is unthinkable the israeli military says its planes have struck twentyfive targets in gaza in retaliation for a series of rocket attacks from within the territory is thirty projectors have been fired from gaza into israel seven had been intercepted survivors and relatives of nepalese and indian security guards kill two years ago in a suicide bombing while working in afghanistan assuming the canadian government in ottawa for fifteen million dollars the guards were commuting to the canadian embassy in kabul in an unarmored bus when the blast hit the case argues that the gas security was neglected by the private security contractor that hired them the australian peter thompson one of the greats of gopher has died.
US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed
"To help fight the ohio opioid epidemic ice officials held a press conference anthony university of dayton on friday and called ohio ground zero is deputy director thomas home and says what they do in ohio will be a model for what they'll do in the rest of the country he says they are significantly increasing the number of agents in the buckeye state and opening new offices in dayton and tell lido investigations are underway into improperly deploying air bags in some popular car models troy adams tells us more the national highway traffic safety administration is investigating why some air bags didn't deploy in fatal crashes in hyundai and kia vehicles four people were reportedly killed and six injured in the crashes the probe is looking at the twenty twelve and twenty thirteen kia forte and the twenty eleven hyundai tanada the airbag control module in those cars was built by a german company both carmakers say that they are cooperating with the investigation senator amy klobuchar is calling on mark zuckerberg did testify in front of the senate judiciary committee as facebook says data company used by the trump campaign broke its rules abc's brian clark explains facebook users who downloaded an app took a quiz thought it was a research amp used by psychologists according to the social media giant but facebook says the two hundred seventy thousand people who downloaded it and their friends had their information passed on from a cambridge professor to cambridge analytica a data analytics firm used by the trump campaign facebook says cambridge analytica which is financed in part by billionaire trump backer robert mercer violated its policies and has now been suspended from buying ads on facebook cambridge analytic is defended itself saying it broke no laws brian clark abc news and a fifth see to ohio state lost to gonzaga ninety two eighty four in the round of thirty two you gotta be to a couple of fifty fifty boss beat on the glass a little bit just you know just toughness plays that we didn't have most crucial point of the game it costs us as ohio state fell in the second round the four seeded bulldogs are now in the.