36 Burst results for "Ten Years Ago"
Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month
"So it is it's hispanic heritage month. I do have questions because and as we were going to define some of these terms in this corner. I want to talk about because words are important and it's interesting i don't know like is so let starting there. It's hispanic heritage month instead of latin x heritage month. Should it be being rebranded because look. Let's look at the term hispanic latin next like hispanic has it's been defying is pretty much folks from countries that speak spanish. This glued brazilians would and it was kind of a term that was really just designed during the census and spanish lakes being spaniards are actually not hispanic islamic actually so fun fact in the nineteen sixties mexicans and battery kenya's got together and advocated to be on the census imagine not even being on the census so the advocated and they came up with the term hispanic. Oh spongebob lantis. Yes but then. In the nineties being latino became thing and so now the us senate and this is fact. I listened to the director from the pew research center phone. Don't love looking at you know. These are all off the side. I love that were in person right now. Recognize lipstick and put on makeup for head. Because she look you get to be handed me in the night in the nineties. Let the nose became a term and so now the census just use it. Interchangeably So and then there's also this one spot on there and it's like but there's also like those like non white hispanic sucks at really sucks. I know that that's making the research all kinds of ways because it means that. Oh yeah i think. Essentially that article that means. Most latinos are now marking that. They're white and all of a sudden like ten years ago. There were latinos who identified as people of color. And now there's this gigantic drop and we see latinos identifying as white
Fresh update on "ten years ago" discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Part of it. You know sounds boring but it really isn't. it's new. He's spend that amount of time. You find you know. I i was out on. The speaking engagement will before things shut down years ago and somebody. I can't even remember now. Somebody came up and they you know would you be interested. I heard you were working on. mohammed ali. You be interested in some footage that i think my friend of my brothers my cousins and i go. Yeah 'cause the ten years ago no can you never know and it turns out to be unbelievable footage of various stuff we're able to use. I just take the name. I handed off to seventy jenkins are co producer. And and you know. This is a treasure trove now nine times out of town. It's nothing or his photographs you've seen but you always want to be open to that and so we're able to share with people you know. The conventional wisdom is in the early years. he's just popping off at his mouth and starting.
How to Create Your Own Product for eCommerce
"What most people call market research. I call a very superficial idea. I mean it's twenty twenty one. This idea was being outlet for years. It's not enough to use helium tan or jungle scout. Whatever you up of choices if you're in the amazon space or of its new google space h refs or whatever the nfl shop or find your main traffic. John could be through legal Seo whatever it is. That is not enough in my opinion. Okay well that means you understand the keywords as being typed into google or amazon by the searches but you don't understand the lives of the searches and the search intent is always going to be a guest work so you really dive deep. I think and then the flip side of that is by diving deep into market research. It means you're creating a product is much more likely to actually exactly solve a problem for a specific insieme. So that the two sides of the same coin buddy okay so break down the steps towards what's step one. Step two step three. How do you do this. What's the routine. Yes so this is a market research side. The first thing is to start with who you are and what you know. A lot of people tend to start with keyword research and for example. Somebody who's twenty years. A doctor trying to see some brand plus it which he knew nothing about to send him. Could it be that we need to tap into your expertise in some married one. One example extreme example of somebody. I interviewed recently. Jason frontiers based on in florida actually formed the business for athletes and hip. One of his business partners has is a doctor of physical medicine. So in british contacts means a physiotherapists really genuinely expert. Very very expert in. And he's seven crawford athletes straightaway the have a competitive advantage built-in based on who's on the team which is something to really think about how you can get an item advantage built in because you have disadvantages already because you don't know what you're doing had this is your first time out with physical products or even if you go into new market and you've been selling in ten years or superfly may new market you have a built in disadvantage to build one in so. I think that's really important thing to be honest so brainstorming. What you really know. It's such a common story you just expressed and i've i've had these experiences. Well where you talk to people. And they have ten twenty thirty years of experience. In a certain industry or vocation and when it comes to them building an online business they go in just some completely random different like you know dream
Relationship Therapist, Brittanni Young, on How to Manage Rejection
"Sex down south best sex conference ever down at atlanta. You are hosting a workshop on managing rejection and a really wanna talk about this so tell us why. This is such an important topic. I might be colored in my lens as it's just the thing that keeps coming up you know both personally and professionally and i don't think people realize because it often feels isolating when you're in it but there is going to be that dynamic there where you have somebody who's the higher desire partner in the low desire partner in any given situation. It's not common where you have both high desire or both low desire at the exact same time you know and really being able to navigate those waters. Most people have no idea. They're just okay. I just think that. I need to bring you to my level in that. Is the solution so much so right. My partner is broken. can you fix them. Can you diagnose them. And can you fix them. And even beyond sacs rejection. It just feels like this important life skill that has been glossed over. You know in recent years. We've heard a lot about vulnerability right expressing vulnerability and showing vulnerability. And i don't think ten years ago. We were hearing as much of that in the mainstream. I agree and i'm like in five or ten years. Will we hear more about rejection league in every respect whether it's applying for a job or this is a tiny little thing but saying hello or smiling at someone on the street and having them ignore you not for hitting on purposes Just for friendly. Now you live in the south. You live in atlanta We're a lot of people smile and say hello. Yeah i live in toronto. Where when i smile and say hello i kinda get. I get pretty upset. Sometimes because people will just look right through you or almost even roll their eyes at you and what am experiencing there Is very visceral. Yeah it's rejection out. It's probably not about me right. It is it is actually okay. I'm gonna say this. Maybe people from toronto will disagree but for me. It's a cultural thing in the city that you ignore each other. In fact people in new york are more likely to like not it. You say hello. Wow yeah turn a special. This is my view. I know somebody's gonna say no toronto and it's not everybody right. There are pockets. That are super friendly. So that experience of rejection like it just feels so bad in your body
Thinner, More Energetic Kim Jong Un Appears at North Korea
"Last week though. Midnight parade in pyongyang mark. The third anniversary of north korea's founding the thirty seven year old dictator kim jong un. He appeared well looking remarkably slimmer than just a few months ago. So doesn't north. Korean leaders slimmer waistline represent a sign that perhaps kim is healthier. If so does that just improve. He's position at home or does a sudden white loss reflect health condition if so is the jockeying for succession happening. Jeanne lee is a senior fellow at the wilson center in washington and a former pyongyang bureau chief for the associated press jane. Welcome to ibc's aaron. It's great to join. You know kim jong owns father. Kim jong il and grandfather kim. You'll soon they both died of heart attacks. So what's the significance of kim significant white loss actually north koreans consider being plump a sign of prosperity and success. So this is you know. Of course only. The elites can afford to eat well in north korea but in kim jong lions case his weight has crept up over the years. I've seen him over the past ten years. At first it was a little bit of baby fat but it's it became a lot more than that. Clearly somebody has said you need to address this
House Panel Rejects Drug Pricing Plan in Setback to Biden
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a drug pricing plan that's key to the Biden social and environmental package hits a snag in the house the slim margin house Democrats hold as they work to pass president Biden signature ten year three point five trillion dollar spending plan was on full display Wednesday as one committee voted to drop a plan to let Medicare negotiate what it pays for prescription drugs only to have a separate committee approved nearly identical drug pricing language the house energy and commerce committee voted to drop the proposal but the house ways and means committee kept it alive the votes came as Biden was meeting with moderate senators Kirsten cinema and Joe Manchin who have both balked at the overall size of the three point five trillion dollar proposal with Republicans in unanimous opposition Democrats could lose just three house votes and none in the fifty fifty Senate to pass the overall measure Mike Rossi Washington
Author Sabrina Strings on the Racial Origins of Fat Phobia
"To the podcast. Sabrina thank you on so excited to have you so tell us about how you started to explore issues of body image and wait specifically for women of color while this is actually almost like a family legacy for me. My grandmother was born in rural georgia during the late nineteen thirties and so she was growing up the jim crow era and lived in a racially segregated community as part of the great migration in nineteen sixty. She traveled west and at that time for the first time in her life she lived and worked around white women and she was amazed by the number of white women diets. Seems like what is this. You know sort of like a typical black grandmother fashioned. By the time. I came of age in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s. When i was in high school she was still troubling over. This question like what is going on here. She would even ask me like why women dying to be thin. And i was like sixteen years old but it wasn't until about ten years later when i was working in a predominantly black community in san francisco baby hunters points. I met women of color who were hiv positive. And we're attaining an hiv medication adherence clinic where i was a researcher who refuse to take their medications for fear of gaining weight. And i thought oh. Wow you know this. What was clearly a phenomenon that was mostly about middle class white women in the nineteen sixties arguably even through the ninety s. Clearly by the early dots was something. That was impacting women of color as well so i wanted to be able to dig further into this question of why is it so important for women of all racial ethnic backgrounds at this point to feel like they need to discipline themselves and maintain a particular. Wait
How Reformer Charlotte Mason Changed Homeschooling
"Was born charlotte. Maria shah mason in a town called garth on the northwest tip of wales. She was born on january first eighteen. Forty two she was an only child and was educated at home by her parents and she left home. She moved to worthing in west sussex there. She spent ten years teaching at a girls secondary school during that time charlotte began to develop her own original teaching methods at the time and even today many schools used classical education system. This system offers student. Three main categories of study grammar dialectic and rhetoric it places emphasis on writing and systemic grades and often leaves the fine arts outside of the main curriculum. Charlotte disagreed with the system. She believed didn't offer the full scope of education to children and was especially interested in making the liberal arts more accessible as a result she started to pen her own books. She began with the popular series on geography eighteen eighty seven. She co founded the parents educational union or p helped provide resources for parents. Home schooling their children 1891 charlotte moved to amble side england. Where she wrote her most well-known works. She published a series of books that explained her educational philosophies at the beginning of each. She summarized her fundamental ideas. I she wrote. Education is an atmosphere. A discipline wife. Secondly education is the science of relations. Charlotte believed children were innately born as people and thinkers whose own ideas should be respected regardless of their age. She thought children were drawn to honest desires and that the role of adults was to help rid them of bad habits. In order to reach their potential charlotte's curriculum revolved around providing children with what she called living books or books written by people with great passion for the subject. they're writing
Dave Eggers: Is Limitless Choice a Good Thing?
"So let's start talking about this book the every so it's a sequel to your two thousand thirteen book the circle which is about a search company that bears its will essentially or possibly facebook. Tell me why you decided to write. This sequel in which the circle gobbles up in ecommerce company named after south american jungle so basically amazon and creates the every Which one character called the most monopolistic control hungry corporation ever to plague the world. So why do the sequel tell me how you thought about this. Well i think you know. When when i was done with the circle i had never thought about a sequel never written a sequel to anything and But i kept taking notes. And i sort of you know would jot things down over time and i remember at one point A friend of mine who She treats students at a college. She's that she was on campus psychologist and She was saying that the thing that her students came in with more than anything. The thing that problem that plagued them was choice. There were anxious about a lot of things but more and more students needed how more and more students were plagued with like unlimited choices unlimited. Input too much to think about on a given day and too many choices to make on a given day. And i thought that was really interesting because we would think you know at this sort of apex point of human evolution. We would want all these choices and sort of that would be some sort of glorious now plays to arrive at that we could order anything and have it arrive at our doorstep the next morning but these kids were far more anxious than they had been ten years before in fifteen years before and i thought well that's an interesting starting point and what if there were a monopoly that would not only sort of tell you which choices are correct which ones are the most You know beneficial to the environment and progressive in different ways and they would help you given your preferences and algorithm ick sort of determined personality. They'd help you become a better version of yourself and the ultimate version of yourself as a personal person and a member of the broader
Hey Saturday's Saskia Nelson Explains the Importance of Great Photos for Online Dating
"Sascha you. First of all tells a story about behind his saturday. Yeah well basically. Is it online dating for a long time. Pretty much is ten years on and off now all the time Yeah and so. When i came to sign up my photography business i was. I wanted to specialize niche as as as kind of makes sense for business on. I miss elected back. Oh my online. Dating days by. Because i'm a visual person and i'm so i can't scott the time the columnist of hartman. I kind of recognize the importance in skylight. They just use a massive photo when they want to market something. I really strong powerful fight catches. Your eye really really stops. She's makes you stop into tracks and look at it and might have three words without photo like believing better or something. And i was just like. Wow okay. imagine if you translate it that dayton price file how like powerful could be rather than the usual. Saudi larry fatos and that tonight of copy on agreeing off that basically and this was back in twenty thirteen so i did the research and november staying any while. I thought that's kinda vault because to me. It might so much sense benefits. Because i was a visual person is in king this is just kind of occurrence the people while i'm going to give it a guy so i did that and then at the beginning. Was this log like first year. It was this hard slog like giggling it because it was saying and me having a blocking across all the dating apps and things like that guy. Hey this thing you could get an. You can be ahead of the cub. If everyone else is using rubbish that you'll know you're really gonna stand out cypher. Not kind of grow and grow and then we have exploited yet lights up like on the yeah expanded to the sites as well. So it's yeah it's been. It's been busy times anymore now. Busy money
UK Spy Chief Warns Taliban Takeover Could Fuel Terror Plots
"The head of Britain's domestic intelligence agency warns the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan could fuel teraflops MI five director general Ken McCallum believes the Taliban has hardened and emboldened extremists and could lead to the return the major al-qa'ida style attack plots against the west McCallum adds Britain could face more risk because of the withdrawal rule of NATO troops on the overthrow of the Afghan government in a rare interview with the BBC he says nations must be vigilant both for the increase in spot to resume which has become a trend over the past five to ten years alongside the potential regrowth of al-qa'ida style directed plots Charles Taylor this month London
Joe Manchin Calls for Pause in Democrats’ $3.5 Trillion Spending Push
"Joe manchin wrote in last thursday's wall street journal. The congress should quote hit a strategic pause on joe biden's economic plan because he's worried about the effects on inflation and the national debt axios than reported on wednesday. That mansion won't support a plan that costs more than one point five trillion dollars. The current plan cost three point. Five trillion dollars over ten years in mansion also has specific concerns about home care for the elderly and disabled affordable childcare universal community college universal preschool and the monthly child tax credit checks have already lifted three million children out of poverty in july
The Future of Direct Response Marketing With Internet Marketing Pioneer Rich Schefren
"What do you see in the next ten years in direct response. We're going now. You know in my opinion. Just from what i'm seeing from the market as we speak like a more individualized approach for sure in terms of selling. You know obviously the changes with you know targeting and so forth with apple and so forth where you seeing like direct response going in the next ten years. Okay will some of the obvious stuff right like which like i i'll spend a few minutes. Everyone focused on stuff. That is less obvious So obviously data's going to be huge right. And i think that like some of those things that i did from two thousand seventeen to two thousand nine hundred ninety gora before we launched my thing. Right was I got gave the opportunity to look at enterprise level Ai tools that we haven't seen anything like in our world yet right And the which made me very aware very early on. Just how much like a is completely worthless about any data. And it's marginally better if it's someone else's data what really makes it valuable as your data about your customers and what they're doing right and unfortunately most entrepreneurs are not even capturing the first party data that they're entitled to for example like most people don't download all of their information from their ad accounts. And if you lose your account you lose all that data and that's gone forever goodbye right so you know first party. Data is going to be increasingly more important. That's one of the reasons why. I'm going down the road that i'm going. I need to know all that information myself about my customers. What their preferences are what. They're looking at. What turns them on what turns them off. I can't rely on a platform nor is it wise to rely on a platform. I mean the platforms are really out for themselves at the end of the
Mike Lindell Feels Like He's Living in a Spy Movie
"We're living in extraordinary times. Did you ever think ten years ago. You would be at the center of of history. This this is the nobody could predict anything as bizarre except for god. Who knows you really realize that you really realize this is such a battle of good and evil and and and i knew back into everyone knows my story when the drug dealers did the intervention and and in two thousand eight and i walked back up. I couldn't buy crack anywhere in the streets. And and the one guy says he says They had cut me off and he said to me said mike. He said you've been telling us for years that this my pillow thing is just a platform for god. And you're going to quit someday and come back and help us all now eric. I thought that was the which it is the lyndale recovery network daughter by the way. If you're an addict their goal there is free will help you I thought that was a couple years ago. She said no. She said there's going to be a bigger even something bigger. You can't even imagine and puteh told me something like this. I would i. It was beyond my. It's like living inside of the biggest spy movie and and craziness in history. It's like living inside of a twilight zone episode. That never ends every day. I get up. It's going to be different. But yet i've so pull everybody because imagine if we were in this position and didn't have all the things that we had. You know the things that all the evidence and all these things we are on the side of truth and god. It's all going to get revealed whether they can keep holding down and holding it down. I already know the. I really feel the outcome down the road. And i've said it before. We'll be the greatest uniting of our country in history
The Role of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Relation to Chronic Diseases
"Have done research white widely on different teams on sedentary behavior. What what is the thing at the moment that you get most excited about while i get some way. We've been researching copied for more than ten years now and I think what Really defined our research program is that we attempt to align epidemiological research with experimental research. And now as we move into real life interventions and to try and link all that evidence onto give out in what we call in ten triangulation of the the data and i guess what excites me. The most is that over that Appeared of time. We had started to gather evidence to really support the Up approach in the management and prevention of taught to beattie's of reducing sitting on and moving more frequently throughout the day we are highlighting. How shot change could lead to improvements in glucose management and also reduction in Some of the mighty complications of top wti light co. cardiovascular disease. Yeah yeah and you mentioned that you are trying to align the epidemiological and experimental research. Is there some mismatch that you wondering. Where does it come from No i guess on what we have let from a most recent iteration of the us Physical activity guidelines which was a really comprehensive Review of the evidence Specifically was a subcommittee form to look at the influence of and terry behavior on chronic diseases. And i think what what's important is that Within that review that identified that there is now strong evidence linking high amounts of seeking to an increased risk of talk to dr babies incidents and i. Now it's our job to stop to understand. Well why is this link between fifteen time and taught to diabetes and that has laid off seem to i a number laboratory based interventions here at the baker. And now i'm in an exciting development. We're now pushing this out to a long term intervention in the office workplace for people with diabetes
New Zealand Police Were Following Extremist Who Stabbed 6
"A terrorist attack. Friday in auckland new zealand. Police say a man grabbed a knife from a supermarket shelf and started stabbing people at random. Abc's james longman at the foreign desk. What is extraordinary about this that he was already on. A terror. Watch list had extremist views. He was an isis sympathizer. For that reason the police were constantly monitoring him in fact they were that at the supermarket. They just thought he had gone shopping. Thankfully though they're able to respond very very quickly within sixty seconds of his attack he was shot dead. He's understood to be shrunken national. He's been living in new zealand for ten years. Five years ago he was put on the terror. Watch list
Singer-Songwriter Luke Combs on Living His Dream
"Comb to literally when the biggest entertainers world joins us now. Luke thank you for for making time a great to have you on the program. I i was going to ask how you how you are. But i i mean i would think you're doing pretty well based on everything i've read about you the last couple of years. Good afternoon all. Thanks for having me man. It's been been a good couple years for sure. Yeah before we get to the song. I hear you are guy that went to appalachian state you grew up in north carolina. And you followed your dream and to say you struck. Gold would be an understatement. And i know it's a great question to have to answer which is like to to be where you are with some of the biggest hits in recent national history. But how do you compartmentalize it. How does it. How do you process it. I don't know if i ever do. You know. I just tried to take it day by day and and you know be thankful as i can and try to give back as much as humanly possible you know. I didn't play guitar until ten years ago. I'm thirty one years old now. I was about a junior at appalachian state going into my senior year. When i picked the guitar up and had been singing. My whole life and just Man i got real lucky I got real real lucky man that that people liked what i was doing and Once i figured out what it was that i wanted to do man it was just. It was tunnel vision from there on out man. So i'm just super super super grateful and and just enjoying every minute of it you've had so many great moments in you know you hit two number ones and all times of awards What was the moment that you just excellent and man this. This is really getting to be pretty crazy. Yeah i think it was. You know obviously your first number one is is a huge deal bessant they say the hardest one get the second one you know And after that second one happened. You know When it rains it pours was a huge song for me. I think it changed the game for me a lot of ways
From FORMULA ONE to AI: An Interview With Alex Castrounis
"Welcome. Alex so excited that you're here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And why you started the ai with youtube channel and maybe also you know what is why of ai. Absolutely so thanks again. A super excited to be here of again. I'm alex julius. I'm a founder of two companies. Actually one's into architect any others. Why on the author of a book called a. i. for people in business framework for better humane experiences in business success now also an adjunct at northwestern university kellogg Teaching a as part of their. In the i graduate program And so yeah. I got into a quite a long time ago. So i have sort of a strange unusual kind of career path but Used to work in indycar racing for about ten years so it was a race strategist engineer. Any data scientists in indycar racing Sort of set my sights on that When i was actually in highschool i kind of made a decision to go into that field. I had seen very first indy. Five hundred when i was like junior high school blew me away. I guess i'm doing that for sure for living someday. In a defendant pursued that and then you know sir fast for after college got my first opportunity in the professional sports industry in these cars you know. They have eighty ninety sensors on them. That are measuring. Everything you can imagine from. Temperatures pressure is to displacements two rotations. To forces the everything. And so it's like literally iot an iot system moving at like two hundred fifty miles an hour that sending data over the airwaves in telemetry all this but really also data in the truest sense of big data because just mounds mounds of data
Santiago 'PokerLogia' Mansilla: Acclaimed Author and Keeper of Poker Lore
"Me what your story look. Like entering the world of cards. Okay well my book. Our journey began will buy in one poker book. I by syria. Fokker buysc lansky. How how old were you at. How are you are you now. I thirty seven now. This was like twenty years ago. Marlins and the guy who i bought the book was like a big fino worker books so like we we extend over. Phones became friends. And he invited me to a homing. He played with with other friends. Like thirty. twenty five thirty or guys blame. How are you now thirty seven and then when you got invited to the game twenty five maybe ten ten twelve years five twenty six. And where are you. Where are you from by the way. I'm from argentina. Argentina's how is the poker world in argentina. Now it's like swallow the virus. It's stopped the tournaments We have like long teams here like eight. Nine months Yes we we have got like a boom fokker bod. It started like in a twenty ten years ago more or less. Okay we'll pause there go back to your story so you're getting in poker you get invited. It's a little bit before the argentinian poker boonsak cool a so i became like the venue organizer game because they were playing strange shootout bit. Were the sleep. Players passed to the final table. And i told them guys. You can be reducing that on the tables unplanned like a regular tournament. Okay okay you do. Starting star was like twenty glance. They say no guys with one hundred ignites recovered light his okay well so i change all the tournaments became like the new the new boss of the hong and until now if today that that was ten years ago so it's very good group of friends that that that booker gave me.
"ten years ago" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Rise in insulate your power generating and distribution infrastructure so everything doesn't freeze solid and follow over in break when it's cold. Which is when people really need to be power. Well texas shrug that off. Because they can every other state in the country actually has to answer to work. The federal energy regulatory commission every other state in the country has to answer to them in terms of federal regulations for america's power supply. Texas doesn't texas is alone in the continental united states in having its own standalone texas. Only power grid the have it purposely never convey any power across any state lines so there isn't any interstate activity that could legally be regulated by the federal government so the federal government cannot regulate anything about texas power production and distribution and so texas power and distribution falls. Apart in the cold they run at the texas way. They don't like regulations. They don't like requirements about being resilient and bad weather despite their previous examples their previous experience of living through exactly the sort of thing after the fiasco in twenty eleven in those recommendations from firkh texas announced some best practices for all its power producers. That's just what they were best practices. It didn't actually require any of them to do anything. And texas power producers didn't do anything and now texas is reliably state where the power turns off. Sometimes for days on end the state gets cold weather and we have seen weird politics erupt immediately around this texas republicans including the texas governor going on fox news last night to try to blame. Renewable energy because a small proportion of texas energy is derived from wind turbines and those are among the power production facilities in texas. That haven't been whether is to keep working in cold weather. But they could be. There's nothing inherent about wind. That doesn't work in the cold denmark and greenland run on wind. Not because it's always bikini weather there but because they winter is their production facilities so when it gets cold the power doesn't stop texas biggest problem in this power grid. Failure has actually been the loss of facilities that pump powered by natural gas. It's actually been there. Fossil fuel pin plants. That have been a much bigger problem.
"ten years ago" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Turn on. Msnbc another frigid night for tens of millions of americans. I tell you tonight As i got in my pickup truck and went to leave the driveway and get under the road. My my driveway gave me an assist in pushing me out onto the road. As soon as i put my truck in neutral not even geared just spat me right onto the road in dozens of states tonight. It is states tonight it is. It is frigid and icy and wintry conditions and that is to be expected in the depths of february however the situation is uniquely dire in the great state of texas. Texas is the energy capital of america. Loves to be thought of as such it makes it all the more infuriating and maddening for those caught in the middle of it right now that that's state that is famous worldwide for its energy resources tonight is heading into night. Four of the lights being off the power being out across huge swaths of that state dozens of deaths or associated with the brutal winter weather already in texas carbon monoxide poisoning has claimed lives already as and is an increasingly deadly risk. As texans burn things that shouldn't be burned and bring heat sources into their homes that are that should only be used out of doors. There are cumulatively. Several hundred thousand people in other states besides texas around the country who are also without power sixty one thousand west virginia over eighty thousand and kentucky over one hundred and forty thousand in oregon. Which is the next worst off state after texas. But it's like one hundred and forty four thousand in oregon their second worst in texas. It's millions of people without power and now for days on end and nobody knows when it is going to end. Here's the dallas morning news front page today and without power full power recovery likely to take days outrage over grid failure. Here's the fort worth star telegram. Misery takes over north texans and forty degree homes fear. The unknown an oncoming snow power outages possible through friday outages foil treatment. Prompt boil water advisories..
"ten years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We'll be server George Floyd's family but they're right just price can't be drowned out by an angry mob earlier the president be rated governors for not taking action to stop the violent protests women but people are calling about if you don't dominate your Dominic add you have to arrest people and you have to try hello the president on a conference call there is called for the governor's to call up the National Guard to help disperse the violent kraut presumptive twenty twenty democratic nominee Joe Biden met earlier today with community leaders in Wilmington Delaware he says president trump is partly to blame for racial tensions in this country ten years ago you you haven't heard wow by leaders yesterday Biden visited a protest in support of George Floyd family in Wilmington a medical examiner in Minneapolis is classified the death of George Floyd as a homicide saying his heart stopped as police restrain him forensic pathologist Dr Michael Baden was hired by the Floyd family he drew the same conclusion the EMS people arrived and found he had no policy had a cardiac arrest he tried CPR they tried shocks to the heart nothing worked and he did not recover he in my opinion he died he was dead after about four or five minutes you're turning for flights family calling for the charges against former police officer Derrick often to be upgraded from third degree murder to first degree America is listening to fox news wail wail wow that's a big well okay well during quick on the.
"ten years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"ten years ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Diagnosed ten years ago with prostate cancer and he works at this hospital super pooper big hospitals and he sees how matter laid up after prostate surgery and he just refused to have treatment he never had treatment for about eight years had a high PSA his PSA was going up up up good from nine to eleven to sixteen wow it a Gleason seven cancers or more aggressive cancer and examined him but he refused to have a rectal exam he just did not want to have that but he wanted treatment and we offered him treatment we try to honor patients request as best as we can we stayed up with MRI another testing done and we had a high risk cancer it a Gleason seven leases how aggressive the cancers under the microscope his PSA was fifteen point seven eight and he chose her treatment and we treated them almost two years ago and I saw him yesterday and he told me ask them how he's feeling and he says he feels like spider man he's in remission is cancer free and he's feeling like spider man and this is the work we do and I suspect if he had open surgery robotic surgery or radical surgeon the prostate he would not be feeling like spider man because most men have terrible consequences to their sexual life and urinary life and if you look at the results from surgery for a high risk cancer PSA fifteen please seven you will see that most men have recurrence of the cancer was surgery most men have damage to the sexual life with surgery most men have damage to the urinary life with surgery so why is this man fearing like spider man because he came here he's in remission doing well he's pleased about that this is the work that we do every day thirteen before Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City wow oh wow oh wow this is what we do every day and we'll talk about a fifty five year old woman she is born in Haiti she's marriages for children she has recurrent breast cancer she was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago had chemotherapy she stopped treatment for breast cancer than last year she had a mastectomy she lost her left breast for treatment one of the big hospitals we talk about all the time that so often surgeries done at the big hospitals and she was seen by her doctors didn't tolerate chemo had the mastectomy and now the cancers back whoa the cancers back she is paying his pain and Excello her weight is gone from a hundred and forty five to a hundred and ten pounds losing thirty five pounds so over a couple years she has some chemo which is like surgery lost her breasts for she did a like after the mastectomy there should be more treatment well she was so upset about the mistake commission is canceled everything and now she has recurrent cancer I examined her number she had a left mastectomy she lost her left breast but just because mastectomy doesn't the tell you the cancer is never going to come back in fact I examined her should multiple modules of cancer over the left chest wall right where she had the mastectomy should not Jules raised Virgil's read Jules thick and Jules throughout the area where her breast once once whoa her right breast was Funches recurrent breast cancer we got the pathology new pathology we re staged or and we're offering treatment to try to get her in remission this is the work that we do every day for new cancers recurrent cancers for people with new cancers that recurring cancers are we try to communicate better so that the patient doesn't get lost this version of a few cycles of chemo ahead of the got lost showed up again had a mastectomy lost never completed therapy and I was here asking us to do the right thing and that's what we do for everyone is to try to do the right thing every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for new cancers or recurrent cancers I would like about a man who weighs spoke to him weeks ago on a Sunday weeks ago he called the during a radio show and told me about his prostate cancer the Gleason a prostate cancer fourteen of fourteen cores for positive he's a sixty year old man he's divorced you came with his girlfriend years ago he was given testosterone is PSA was six and a biopsy the prostate years ago was said to be negative then he had to repeat biopsy the prostate showing fourteen of fourteen quarters positive usually when a biopsy so the prestigious moldable little needles ago into the prostate this man had fourteen all fourteen showed police and eight cancer is a very high risk cancer because the Gleason scores so high in so many cores are positive for PSA was hired five point five he was worked up noon he shopped around it is a brother we shopped around any chose our treatment because he saw our data for Gleason a cancer I do like the idea of avoiding radical surgery for if you like the idea of new technology like the idea of proven technology he liked the idea of communication is a big communicator and we just finished the treatment on this man and he's doing great he's with his girlfriend Indians amber Tory and functional and fully intact and tolerating his treatment and.
"ten years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Telling their clients ten years ago. If your money was in the majority of the stock market ten years ago. In other words, diversified your council be just about breaking even today, in fact after considering all the fees, your brokers charging you it is possible. Your account has actually decreased over the past ten years. The good news is that the elevator rarely drops without stopping on a few floors, along the way, the problem is that hardly anybody ever gets off the elevator. Maybe they hope I'll start going back up. It's kind of like the gambler. That is waiting for the next big hand. He sees the stacks shrinking. But he thinks if I can just get the right card, everything will be okay. Isn't that whether you're brokers tone, you to do his out saying those words, but nevertheless, he is telling you to wait for the next hand. He's telling you to wait for the elevators. Stop dropping. Why is that? If he knew in the elevator was going to start its way back up one of known when it was heading for the basement. I'll tell you why you're receiving all this double talked brokers that sell risk money or what they call in the industry. Variable counts make their money. Even when you're elevator cars in a free fall, the fees they charge reduce your account, whether it is going up or down the money is made every single year on your count. No matter what let me ask you, what do you think when you have to pay someone to lose your money, I think, you know, the answer I never charged clients fees. Mike compensation is paid directly from the companies I work with. Unlike the counts brokers may provide a safe, money counts one hundred percent of your funds start working.
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"But if you will not be on that platform anymore, we'll be on his off it. Good. Facebook in two thousand eight. No, I got on Facebook in college, like, you know. But I, I was off it by the time. I, I. That's what you're saying. Like what if we were still on this when we were so yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Right, right. But like other people I was like, people are hosting their like newborn photos on Facebook. This is so weird like also, how do the newborns feel like how are the newborns gonna feel when they become old enough to see that there's a digital record of their life on screen? I don't know that that many people I knew had babies, but I was very there for the pet photos. Everyone's getting their first pets. That's I still like pet face full. It's funny home. I don't know. I feel like just that that thing of like comparing yourself against your peers in the way the internet made it possible to do that in like new ways that we're probably not good for anybody. I think they mentioned that 'cause New York magazine right now is doing Emily pointed us to they're doing like a two thousand eight retrospective. And I think did Instagram's start in two thousand eight. There were other things that were precursors to Instagram. I was called dramatic. It was called him some attic. I have the hip cinematic. Wow. So I didn't do Instagram for a long time. I didn't either. No, I remember seeing do it till I got. I didn't have a smart device for me too because I was like, what could be worse for me than the internet on my phone? That's the worst possible thing for me a person with an addictive personality for whom the internet is a trap for whom the internet toys tolls for you while this was a trip down memory lane during which I realized I know nothing about myself. Well, I think that I think that two thousand eight is not like I feel like I had a very subjective understanding of why two thousand eight was significant just for my own life, but I think the more time goes by the more I realized that like everybody was kind of going through it in different ways and not kind of a lot of that has to do with the recession, but the real effects of the recession weren't really until two thousand nine, at least for me and like financially and stuff. So it was already broke. I think at that point. We, we college in two thousand five, and there were also like not not jobs waiting for us at all. I was applying for like so many magazine, like I applied to tiger beat so many times, and that's a shame they didn't hire you so good. That would that was my life plan was to get a job at tiger beat, and then write a tell all about the tween, like industrial exploitation sector soak still cut out a lot ideas. You just blew your cover though. I just. Well, thank you for listening to this two thousand eight special of night call. We're still open to some two thousand eight memories if you want to call in and leave him for us. Fond memories of the two thousand eighty s feel free them for us. But also if you wanna tell us about how you were also miserable and broke and alone and sleeping on a mattress in a closet and thought things could never get worse. And actually, you know what guys like things are kind of better in some ways for us as human personally, things are better for me. I'm a more stable person. I feel question Mark. Well, thanks everybody for listening. Once again, give us a call at one to four, oh four, six night or an Email at night call podcast dot com and leave us a review on either NHS and rating. We love them. We love you. I mean, we'll see all next week..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"Remember when I was trying to be friends with you guys before we had a podcast together and I asked you guys to see dark Knight rises with me. No, we're, we like no, no. That's so mean we were hazing you, it wasn't about you is really just that I hate those movies. I wish I really do. I saw the first one in Croatia and that was the one I enjoyed the most because I saw it in Chris in Croatia and Croatia is like we have some time to kill, let's see a movie. And so it was bad. It was called Batman, push attack, and it was like some titled in Croatian and that one I was like, this isn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. But. I just I hate it. I don't know. I like campy, Batman. I kinda liked the first one because I think it's kinda can't be like, I think pretty man from Batman begins in Murphy. Kilian Murphy. I think he's like super Campion fun in that movie as a villain. Like just like tobacco. The bag actually like you like, Batman. I've said this. I feel like I can't even say it more because it's like I have just said, I'll have to say like, Batman, Emily, you like Batman to. Right? Because he's gone. I balanced fine. I'm in bed agnostic, Batman is good sometimes and Batman as bad. I fucking hate, Batman. I know. 'cause he's and he's. Who works for the cops. I like the villain s.'s of the Batman universe. I like the I was always very intrigued by. Yeah, right. I like the villains, I guess, even the joker. No, I think I think I think the villains are what make like. That's the thing about that out, right. Yeah. So I feel like we live in. I mean, like maybe during autumn city, we do live in the joker the like Frank, Miller, killing joke, joker universe right now where everything is like violent and a nightmare and insane, and also like just makes no sense. And like makes you crazy by the way in the way that it like makes no sense. And there's all these crazy double standards and it's like, it's like the joker would make things happen. Can I tell you guys something that I think about from two thousand eight all the time? Yes. Is the south park episode about last night that aired the day after the election, Jere member that we're Randy gets really drunk and he's like. Break, good Obama come on. You know, there was like this long arc in the previous season. I think that involved like a jewel heist and I wasn't paying. I was just like dip in and out of the south park at that point. But apparently they wrote the episode to be like pretty neutral, but they, you know, I guess like they were using a sports betting website and they were like, obviously, Obama's gonna win, but just in case will make it neutral enough that we can like dub it. But it was really interesting to his at the time. 'cause I love Randy. I was like, oh, man, that's 'cause I bought like literally the day of the election. I parked my car outside of Petco and I had an audition, the way out it was like is such a good day. Gonna buy a tortoise. And I was like, I'm gonna buy honor of Obama and I got home. I was like, I'm celebrating. And then like two weeks later, the tortoise I like Doug fencing down into the ground so he couldn't escape and he did escape anyway. And now he's like. Roaming the hills, but he's like native to LA. And whenever I have has been wills, escape wants a snake, got lost in my room bounded again though. Founded again in my room. But anyway, the south park all the time because I was like, oh, and actress back. I want to. Well, yeah, I was totally Randy. But also it was just interesting because it kind of like foreshadowed the like political divides again back. It's like everything like hindsight's twenty twenty. Yeah. And that's why I think we need to go back even further because like extra hindsight is like a hundred hundred. Vision works, but I started, I started listening to a podcast about the the Clinton impeachment that I'm not even like that last but like nineteen sixty eight, which is like they anniversary..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"And now it's like, but I don't know. Part of the reason I thought it was bad because I was like, Paris Hilton. Like is a racist and you know, so it was there is nothing fun. I, I don't remember anything being fun about phone. We whatever Paris Hilton was doing. I remember it being kinda fun at some point following whatever. Lindsay Lohan Masud until started getting sad. It was like in two thousand seven. Yeah. Get really like or two thousand six. Even whenever like whenever she became uninsurable, that was really rough. I think I always liked her rooting for her until rename. She was like, not somebody you should root for. Yeah, yeah. Speaking, like we always talk about like all the messy women of that time. But like like Brett Ratner, flake figured prominently in all these like gossip stories and stuff like being just a coked out mess. Think about the stuff that was happening me like did not know about. I'm shovel of what's his name. Branding hose, fire sky, the fire sky. The Cokie issed. Sweat all these boys. Yeah, caress Hilton Head. I really like just rec-. Bear every. Yeah. It was a gross time. I feel like it's fine to acknowledge that it was like a gross time and we were mostly miserable. Can I tell you? I had a really Ida pretty good, two thousand eight up until the end. And I was remembering that on like, I think it was Christmas Eve. My parents were visiting and we were like, let's go see a movie. Let's go see GRANDE Torino. Through the movie. I just started panicking, picked the wrong movie to see. Oh, no. And I just started crying and I was like, it's gonna be fine, and then we Christmas and then like the morning the day after Christmas early in the morning, we were renting this little house in laurel canyon, and I was like, we're gonna stay forever. So beautiful. The really dear in the yard, and someone came and knocked on our door and explained that the houses in pre foreclosure and the owner who is our landlord who we just loved and who by all appearances was doing so great for himself couldn't was had stopped paying along time ago. And then in a conversation with our landlord he was kind of like, do you guys think you might wanna buy? It'll give you a great price that we were like hall were twenty five. We don't have jobs that are nor-, Blake one, but all of a sudden I was like, oh, shit. Like seem real. Like I knew things were bad, but now things are like super bad, and I just saw GRANDE Torino Christmas. Grand jury know at that time so much. I don't know why, but like I feel sort of spooky that you brought it up because I do think that especially somebody explained it to me like recently because I don't know why it came up, but he there were like grand jury? No, he's like the racist, but they were saying it's about like a really specific thing. Does it take place in Minnesota is because I know that that's where a lot of people are. But like, yeah, it's about, I can't remember, but it's not like it's about like very specific immigrant compat- and like he like read a story about it and was like, this will make a great movie. Yeah. Like I think that one of the reasons we were thinking about two thousand eight. One reason I've been thinking. I mean, I'm always thinking about two thousand eight, but one reason I think we were talking about it as like there have been so many or a month ago. There were all these ten year anniversary pieces about dark Knight and everybody was sharing their like stories of what seeing. Dark night for the first time. And I like I took me five sexes and think back about the circumstances in which dark night. And I was like, oh my God, like that. Really. That is like two thousand eight to me. Quit Twitter. So I don't have to hear anyone like thoughts about the dark Knight ever again and look. Meanwhile, we found you. Thank you. I am those movies so much the Christopher Nyland movies..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"It's like, don't meet out Justice like against people who are are like blameless. Like the reason that anybody figures out like what a law should be or what guidelines should be is when somebody is like right up against it, like virtuous people aren't the people who prompt the deciding of like I always talk. Docker was gonna break. Real stories eventually, like I thought, concord, I they did, but they're all. Kinda like they broke, what's the stories? I mean, those stories are like ticky tack. I feel like they never broke like the big political scandal that I expected them to part of me is like, oh, now I appreciate it that they did like go hard on Mark Zuckerberg from the beginning and that you know the valley wag. Oh, you mean valley just became a million years old. In real quick Twitter valley magazine, Kate website and the stuff that Natasha t- coup did. There was always I was like, this is the stuff that like needs to be done is people covering tack in a way that's critical and they were like the only people doing it, and then that was also obviously what made Silicon Valley Walker not to exist? Yes, because they were like we should only be covered in like glowing amazing terms about all the great stuff we're doing and that's the, you know, and and just tack starting to take on the press as like, let's buy it out and then close it. So yeah, a lot of people. Emily was your job in in print or in writing that you did not have any more when you came home? Oh, good. God, no. Guess my journalism jobs they had in two thousand eight. I worked at a camera shop in in there was something about like later. I think I also spent a lotta time reading AV club at work. There is something about though, like the years of reading offer and reading all this, like gossip about media figures in New York that I had no idea like what I had no idea to parse it at all. The felt like a that feels very inseparable from the vibe of like, I remember so many things that I read in that office and watched in that office including like Britney, Spears's gimme more performance at the VM as I gathered around to watch that and be like, what's happened to her. She was very, like Kate though, right? No, two thousand the bad year. I'm back album though, wasn't that all album came out on the album was a huge success, but they were also they were like he wasn't. She wasn't in good shape and they were making perform anyway. Okay idea. But then she stopped performing at a certain point. Yeah, and people were just like a losing game. It was horrible. It was the worst. They like put her on stage before she was ready. And also people were like very mean about her appearance. Remember that I, but it's hard because like her decline had been going on for a bit, and I was like shoes. No, she's not full. It's like, you know, we talked about this have mental health problems that you can't force them to perform and when somebody is like the cash, you know maker in a in a family of people. That's why all child stars are bad will it feels like it felt like to me that culturally there was some like something like very broad that like sinked up between what happened financially to the country in two thousand eight and what was happening culturally, right? Because it's like it was like when we could no longer cash, the checks any more and there was something about this league we watched this sort of it was falling by. Yeah, it went out over like it was able to sustain itself and also generate its own kind of like culture just in like watching people like Lindsey, Lohan. I hated all that stuff. There was all the like there's a lot of just like, what do you think about it being like campus. Guide now, like I think, or pop died into fine because now you're just like, oh, this is what I thought was so bad..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"We take another night call. Yeah, let's do it. Hey, Kat. It's two forty, five AM in Chicago, Illinois. And I remember two thousand eight and eighteen and living in a small town, Wisconsin and getting high school in two thousand eight started. So rather the decadence of year was really only something or to reading like it's been magazine and the internet inter alia filtered way. And I bought a term copy of justices cross for me UCD store, which of those really left because I was imagine some fresh new radio guy and hated it and service saying with, like living said at some sleazy party associate more with like the times of my parents would let me decide what to use with terrific to driving in the car. And then I went to college and got hooked on Peachtree blogs downloaded some DJ software like every. Else did, and it was so fun. I feel very fee like pulse them version of other people's teeth eight. But at the time was the most incredible thing I feel like, yeah, I think that I think that cross is probably the album of two thousand eight least for me. I don't know in in my and my corner of the world about you guys that fit in tier here now isn't I wasn't as into blockhouse has many, many of our friends and fans. Emily is our premier blog house person. Yeah. My boyfriend was also super into blog house at the time. Megan Garvey friend to the pod. Oh, yeah. Blog housing s- plug house on house historian, log house adjacent, but I feel like I was like, that was I was like DJ -ing country night. Oh, on my own my own trip, didn't I go do that with you once? And we got like Yelda got yelled at for using CD's, which. I maintain was like fine to do because it was also like when you could newly download music and burn it to CDs. Right? So was really exciting. I had vinyl also. It was. That's where I always fall. It was still relevant fall on the digital and film of anything. I'm always like both are are good in their own ways. And yeah, I like had records, but I also brought CDs. We've been asked to explain what blog houses. Oh, why was it called that. Because it was electric music that was made out of blogs, type of examples of log house. I think of like Felix to house cats. Cut copy for tat. Yeah, yeah. For to date and like it's a little more new rave, but like crystal castle, it was all this party music like super heavy, like everything up in the front of the mix that, yeah, I think of with block housing, like it's made to be played. Well, she, yeah, sleigh bells maybe. Oh yes. Leabeau's like some of that stuff I feel like does hold up. I was probably a little too snobby about it because it was like to hair mentally to me in some way. We talked about this a lot. I feel like the about my belief that the two thousands were just like now I see them as like Weimar Germany because it's like, yeah, yeah. Everybody was like partying and hedonistic and like things felt like they were getting more progressive and just like would forever. But also there was like the bad vice magazine like explicit yourself because it's cool and you're like near, if you don't do it, you're not cool. Kind of journalism doing a lot of like snarky ING, I realized going through emails probably like everybody. Everybody was really communicative who was writing online? Yes, still doing this record, you're doing this recording non society. I found like like many Email road day about goop and non society. Like bitchy. There's like Gawker culture was still in effect of disliked Natalie bitchy. And that was what everybody thought was like. The worst thing that could happen on the internet. I just really funny to think about now is like somebody could say something mean about you in public. I think they made some pretty bad calls, but I miss Gawker say did, but then when they fought hulk HOGAN, it was that thing like both of these people are evil, but like the way in which Nick Denton is evil is still preferable to the way in which later -til is evil saying..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"Yeah. And so I was very like, oh yeah, like a so much of the west coast still is super like conservative and super racist. Yeah, and the Pacific northwest, which obviously has this like crunchy granola reputation, but also was founded as like a white separatist colony and obviously retains a lot of that, Oregon, especially would say, yeah, it 'cause I grew up in Seattle, the Seattle area in general, as we talked about interesting to go back to it, that was the first Indian movie. Oh yeah. Sundance movie. I remember more big touristy things we did when we were moving out Iowa when I was a kid. 'cause we went to like the corn maize and we went to wall drug and all these cloud all that stuff. Yeah, yeah, which was cool. Like I was really glad I went to all those places, especially like as a surly tween. Has anyone been rush more into what matter you have? Yeah, totally. Totally want. I've seen so much of this. God damn, you present your, you've seen, you're representing the middle of the country on this podcast. Yeah, I am tests I, I am a mid westerner in many in many respects you are. Test. One was your big road trip through the south being road trip was in two thousand six. We went from Arizona to Washington DC, and you saw a lot of stuff saw lot of stuff. I don't mean to be TM. I remember very little because I really bad urinary tract. I'm just gonna, say important to normalize. I was like, so anxious the whole time because you know, I just like, I don't know. I was I, I'm not like big in. I'm not like big fan of like being in the car, longtime anyway, just like a personal space and also just gotten a puppy. We had to board the puppy and like, so anytime I would just be staring out the window and being like Oklahoma's really pretty am really far away from my cool puppies. It was really hot. I mean, it was interesting. We did like we stopped in truth or consequences, New Mexico by mistake. Consequence. Exactly. Yeah. I mean, it was interesting to drive through places that I hadn't. I'd never spent much time in Oklahoma. We spent some time in Memphis, and that was love, new love, Atlanta, I will. I just always love Atlanta. It's like my phantom New Orleans. We didn't go through that time though. I just been there. We did not. We I've been to obviously have been to New Orleans my husband's from there, but no, we didn't. We were like it was Tucson, and then we for a Memphis was like the one cool place we stopped every really want to go there. Two guys night call Memphis. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Oh, I was going to say about the road trip that I just remembered, which is actually like some context for it that is actually extremely two thousand eight to me is that I, I was able to take that road trip because I like went on a prolonged leave for my job, and then found out when I got back that I didn't have a job. I was just like, I'm gonna go for awhile hope. My job is back here for me when I get back to LA and it wasn't. I also left my car on a street that I thought was not going to have any street cleaning. Oh, man. But it not it did. I didn't have street cleaning, but they shot something there. There was a shoot a film shoot while I was away. So it got towed and I came back like a month later to like a two or something dollar toe that I had to pay for, which really set the stage for the next year of my life. Pretty gnarly way also didn't have a job at that point. I just remember that this may of coming back and like my car, not being there and being like, oh God. Like, what am I gonna do? Worse thing is coming back from a long trip and having something like that because you just, you know, you're like the tone has been set yet it like when you forget ridge and then you come back and you're like, oh no, my whole life sucks. Now. That's..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"Guys, should we take a night call? Let's take a night call. We did send out the call for a certain kind take a night into the past. Yes, specifically ten years ago to two thousand eight time before any of us were on Twitter tests, and I had not met Emily yet. No, but we had many other, yes. And can I tell you really quick that one thing they're relates to what we just talked about. I was looking through all my emails from two thousand eight, which took like about four and a half hours, but I did it. And the one really interesting thing I found was really the only one was that Molly sent me a live science article in two thousand eight about shadow people, and it was the first time I had ever heard of them, and it was the explanation was something about the brain, like, you know, reacting to certain external stimuli. Oh, wow, it was. So we've had all these stations before, and then we've been leaving each other post it notes from the past. Yep. Saying, hey, boring. People get some. A new thing. Thinking, talk, stop, obsessing, overshadow people. Well, let's take a night call thousand eight. Harrasment Carla's. It's Jessica. I'm in Chicago in bed. But I have a visual memory, two thousand eight and and spending how sitting for my friend who was on tour with group hawk and taking pictures and articles about both rock bomber and Cindy, Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel. Who at that point I thought was interesting and perhaps a tiny cute and also going to create mayor is wrong about all those things. Goodbye. Let's say that's a great take. I mean, that's the main take. I think it's just it's always weird to look back and see that you were naive about something that you didn't know you were naive about yet. Right? Especially in terms of like politicians or people that you like invested time and carrying in and then you're like, man, that turned out wrong. Yup. Do you think that we ever really had that kind of naievety though as like within our generation? Yes, because I think we think everybody thought that like racism was fixed because Obama was became president and that so that we were like headed towards a more progressive future. Not that there right, huge blowback to the idea of like things becoming more progressive, like I was like, great. Now we have a black president and then we have like a Muslim female president. And then we, like all of the underrepresented groups of history will get to be president. And like that was obviously not how a lot of people felt that are now making themselves known. And I did the tea party and it was fringy and now they're all in everything. And it says, I remember the most relevant thing that I knew about Rahm Emanuel at the time in two thousand eight that his brother NHS. Yeah, or was brother. Yeah, it was brother. Mario Emmanuel inspiration for our goal trait, which not entre a super a tip that somebody might be. Yes, yeah. But at that point you're like, oh, all of Hollywood makes you cool like, well, also, let's talk about brothers for a second. Oh, man. Emily Emily hates brothers only comes out hard against the brother film industrial complex. I agree with, I'm really brothers. There's wait, we're, I'm not even that excited even about like the new Coen brothers movie, like whatever. I like a lot of Cohen, brothers Cohen, the Coen brothers. Problem is like the Coen brothers made film brothers thing that could be like, hey, there's two of them and. It's like you you going for pitch me and they're like, well, is the director of man and they're like, no, it's too. Related to little Spielberg's that are the same care too much. If people are our brothers quiet link, although somebody's the dead weight in that, I like the late us brothers and the Coen brothers, and that is maybe where, but there have been just a lot of a lot of brother teams coming up recently. Look, I have mixed feelings about the Duclos brothers, mount hate everything. They do something. Everything do brothers. I, they have something that none of us. I mean, I have a brother, but. Literally, I actually do. I have a great brother. My brother Ben Lambert content out. I totally also make content with my brother, but he the Krant, but it's cool because we're brother and sister..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"Night if you've quit Twitter or thinking about it and tell us what's on your mind because this is a process. A lot of are going through right now stage of it. I mean, yeah, sleep. You've quit Twitter, you should call us and tell you what's on your mind because you have nowhere else to put it. Yeah, that's right. Rail Twitter, right? Where the message board that replaces Twitter, just like we have conversations and a really slow back and forth way. Maybe this is like counter intuitive, but I did sign up for read it today. That is that is only why chess playing Emily only for terrorist house. Read it. That makes sense. I wanna be able to post on terra good. Read it. I mean like course, good. There's like lots of there's lots of like, I mean, there's all kinds of things on read it. Just like there's all kinds of things on Twitter, you guys. Can I tell you the best Reddit thread that I totally I'm on read it, secret red, Yep, but secret ready. Start a night call, read it, we become. Can I just really quick how you that the best thread was mentioned on Twitter, the other day, and it was a guy who is like, I think my landlord is stalking me and I'm like, leaving these post it notes all over my apartment. Like, you know, he is or someone. It was this big thing where he was like I'm being stocked and someone was like, you know, I don't mean to sound alarmist, but you're having like this kind of a psychosis like you don't remember what you do is a symptom of carbon monoxide poisoning. Do you have been monoxide device to tell you if you're being poisoned he was like, no, I'm going to get one. And then he was like, yeah, the reading was crazy, and then he updated it and he was like, I had terrible carbon monoxide poisoning. He went to the hospital. They were like, you know, part of your brain has been affected, but don't worry like most of it'll grow back, but you'll never be entirely the same. And so his life was probably saved by read it. Wait, hold up for real. He was leaving himself the post it note. He was like blacking out. Writing himself like weird, scary notes and like doing things on his computer. He thought someone was like breaking into his apartment, docking himself, stalking himself. Memento. He trying to tell himself. Yup. Haven't. We talked about carbon monoxide poisoning being explanation behind a lot of a lot of shadow people settings and no, but it makes sense. Well, I think a lot of also like people who think they're being followed. It's like you feel the feel is like a can be kind of brain damage where it's like you feel like yourself is outside yourself, but like e per shell is shined you. Wow..
"ten years ago" Discussed on Night Call
"Welcome back tonight. Call podcast or your strange days and movie night. I'm Molly. I'm very, and I am here in Los Angeles with Tess Lynch and over in New York, we have Emily or Shida her AA. Okay. A weird kind of harmony. Barbershop, trio guys. I saw people doing do up on Hollywood Boulevard yesterday and they were great. Really? Okay. Yeah, I was like many, three. Nice. Are you sure? It wasn't us our shadow line of us. It was like some older dudes. I love older dudes do do up in front of the Pantages. Do the. Yeah, it was like, should this should come back? Yeah, I was like things are coming back. Nothing else that has come back. It's been good, but I'm fine with do op comes back last week. We talked about some bad bug experiences briefly, as is one of the recurring Nighthawk topics. And I wanted to share that after the episode of west coast producer, ROY said he had a bug incident and he summarized it. I said, tell me the story and he just said, oh, it's just short your wig in a straw. That's why we should man straws than the obvious reason. That's right. Good reason because there might be your wigs in them. I just remembered. The thing I have with ear wigs is that we had a shade when I was a kid that was made out of like tubes. They basically affectively like a it was a shade made out of straws, like tubes of, yeah, kind of like a a straw type roll down shade and it faced west. So we got that late afternoon zone coming through and and in that sunlight, you could just see the silhouettes of your way. They love straw. They love all tight spaces there to like your raw. Yeah, yeah. Worrying today animal, I feel like we're too oriented animals. It's true. I like those little see creatures that live in tubes. What are those? Well, I was reading posted a bunch before I quit Twitter. I quit Twitter. Everybody did it. Really? Yeah. You notice that my name doesn't come up. I kept saying I was going to do it and then I did it. And did you delete your account? Yeah. Incredible. You didn't notice your follower count. Emily dropped by one drop by one important I noticed on mine. I applaud you. I've been talking about how it's a really hard thing for me to do like it's I will out. I will just fully admit that like the amount of followers I have on Twitter, I regard as like an actual objective accomplishment in my life, which is really sad. No. I felt like, oh, accumulated so many followers with those. Like I've been on this thing for eight years. That's so long. I quit. It for like a year and I lost my handle, which was really sad. And then it was replaced by a, but, oh, vital. It was just a like a sandy, but a bug. And I was like, oh, man and had some followers while it never posted. And then I came up with a new one started from scratch with a lowly, like ten followers and was just like him. I just talking to these ten new one is Mr.. Tesla is Mr. tesla..
"ten years ago" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"You're in india listening to the rich podcast which i'm going to guess is like at least one point two billion people like in india listen to this podcast of course at least that man you can go see it in theaters right now it's playing planning throughout india oh that's really cool you have like an album coming out to right i'm got an album that i'm working on called vanity it's features from w digs raffaelle casale hemed from the sweatshop boys the one shot the kelly lynn is going to be on it dante bosco i got a lot of south asian artists emcees and feels good it's just like you are do you have a label without or you doing that just all independent independent pretty cool yet labels here's the thing ten years ago we wrote songs me and my buddies though songs are still on mtv and on tv and in movies and nobody gets that money but me and my two buddies and we don't have to we wrote a song on a plane ten years ago called dang bigoted dang dang dang dang bigoted dang and those dang's in those days are still making this bank at the pig so they get licensed out to stuff yeah so that's why the independent route of always always done it that way i don't i don't like sharing but you're always like you're very industrious like you could just be sitting in waiting for the phone to ring and you're in this weird business where you've very little control destiny you're just waiting for these gatekeepers to like say come on in.
"ten years ago" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"A you know in ten years ago that i would want to do it with the end of this sound but maybe because of all of us have so many influences be like great joe in june something else sounds like a beds breaking up all red eyes got our game plan it out a deal you got your vp otto while i'm going to go to this i'm going to go do that we were watching a band get born in break over the sacked on i know well hill a further tell the birth of death um so you guys start in a nutshell your story is y you you all come together very early very young y you you get this band going in in michigan and you start playing in then where it is because you've been signed to a major label record deal you've got a lot of stuff in place you just released her debut ep where it how do people start sniffing around you guys like where does the first label interest come from did you go out and seek it or did they kind of find you we never seek any sentence i guess we just what we were doing is making music we wanted to listen to for fund into an ice so it just developed into this kind of thing where the you know it wasn't about fame or money or we want to be rockstars' or anything like that but it was eventually we ended up in rust belt studios and royal oak let's do you know about two years of work just to have the work you know for whatever reason that would sir and eventually emmy a kept getting past to the next guide the word got around and then eventually they came to us you know and asked.