35 Burst results for "The Maison"

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Voice From My Past (MM #3798)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, they say that voices from your past can haunt. You had a voice from my past come back but it wasn't haunting. The other day. I was walking through the internet looking at an international website. That tells you all the albums that were released in Europe. And one of the album's was something I saw. And I know that's interesting. It was a live album from The Judds recorded in nineteen, eighty-five. It was a live radio broadcast. I thought to myself, I went to MC The Judds concert back in. Nineteen eighty-five in Norfolk, Virginia, when I was just a baby DJ, and I wonder if it was my concert. I think it's my concert. I wonder if I'm on there. I wonder if you can hear the MCB Club member the radio broadcast. It was broadcast live on country stations, Across America. Lo and behold, I find a clip of the first song called, one way rider on YouTube and well, the voice didn't sound quite familiar, but it was a twenty-three-year-old. Kevin has a baby DJ live on stage in throwing The Judds. The excitement. I felt realizing that something I did so many years ago that I'd totally forgotten had come back, isn't it? Funny how voices can haunt you? But not be haunting dead.

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Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

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01:00 min | Last month

Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've collected a variety of different items throughout the years, but one collectible that kind of passed me by juice. Any babies. I know a lot of people who collected, beanie babies in the mid-to-late, nineties, including my sister. And while they were cute, I never understood why people cared so much. I realized they made it. So they were retired after a while so they had some thought of collectability, but they never told you how many they made of each item. So were they really collectible as we've now found out they weren't but what fascinated me most saw story, the other night, I believe on Feist television explains why Beanie Babies became so popular. And it was thanks to the internet. There were one of the first companies to have an Internet site and utilized that to build excitement for them as the internet came about in mid nineteen, ninety-five and ninety-six eBay started coming out so they were able to be sold on eBay and all those things that make things. Now, collectible were first started by Beanie Babies. Something I never chose to collect and luckily don't have to worry about now dead.

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Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Beanie Babies (MM #3797)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've collected a variety of different items throughout the years, but one collectible that kind of passed me by juice. Any babies. I know a lot of people who collected, beanie babies in the mid-to-late, nineties, including my sister. And while they were cute, I never understood why people cared so much. I realized they made it. So they were retired after a while so they had some thought of collectability, but they never told you how many they made of each item. So were they really collectible as we've now found out they weren't but what fascinated me most saw story, the other night, I believe on Feist television explains why Beanie Babies became so popular. And it was thanks to the internet. There were one of the first companies to have an Internet site and utilized that to build excitement for them as the internet came about in mid nineteen, ninety-five and ninety-six eBay started coming out so they were able to be sold on eBay and all those things that make things. Now, collectible were first started by Beanie Babies. Something I never chose to collect and luckily don't have to worry about now dead.

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Internet Scams (MM #3796)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Internet Scams (MM #3796)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Most of us have seen the news stories, where we find out that internet, scammers Target, senior citizens, of course, things are changing, because while Millions upon millions of people are losing money every year to online scams gen z age, 20. And younger are now falling prey, these internet scams even faster than senior citizens and far away, quicker to Millennials and gen xers. And the reason being there more trusting while they understand the technology and understand what's going on, there also a little bit more trusting. Sometimes. In fact, people say too trusting and there's ways to scam them even easier than senior citizens. It's always amazed me at how gullible some people can be. I get hit with spam email every day. I get hit with scams everyday, I get hit with potential viruses every day and I've learned to ignore them know when I first started working with his email, twenty-five thirty years ago. Well, it was easy today though. I'm surprised the Young Generation hasn't figured it out yet, truly surprising and truly scary. If they can fall for it. Who else is in trouble?

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Internet Scams (MM #3796)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Internet Scams (MM #3796)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Most of us have seen the news stories, where we find out that internet, scammers Target, senior citizens, of course, things are changing, because while Millions upon millions of people are losing money every year to online scams gen z age, 20. And younger are now falling prey, these internet scams even faster than senior citizens and far away, quicker to Millennials and gen xers. And the reason being there more trusting while they understand the technology and understand what's going on, there also a little bit more trusting. Sometimes. In fact, people say too trusting and there's ways to scam them even easier than senior citizens. It's always amazed me at how gullible some people can be. I get hit with spam email every day. I get hit with scams everyday, I get hit with potential viruses every day and I've learned to ignore them know when I first started working with his email, twenty-five thirty years ago. Well, it was easy today though. I'm surprised the Young Generation hasn't figured it out yet, truly surprising and truly scary. If they can fall for it. Who else is in trouble?

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Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

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01:00 min | Last month

Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation this time of year, least the next couple of weeks are my favorite sports time of the year. Has not because football started back up. Because we're getting ready for the NASCAR playoffs. It's because the Little League World Series is going on. Now that we've gotten over the Olympics, we can start focusing on the important competition in life and to me that is the Little League World Series. The most pure and simple form of sports. There is because these kids are in It For the Love of the Game. They're not hugely, skillful, they're not hugely, talented. Some are some are just normal kids who are just on the right team at the right time and maybe going to enjoy the best time of their life in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Nashville, Suburban teams over the course of the last decade or so have done really well in the Little League World Series. The team from Nolensville Tennessee, has made the semi-finals, but it truly is my favorite time of the year watch sports. I'm just in awe and in love with these kids and what they're doing, what they represent and just enjoy the experience, that's the important thing. Pure and simple. The way Sports used to be when we were kids wage.

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Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Pure And Simple (MM #3794)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation this time of year, least the next couple of weeks are my favorite sports time of the year. Has not because football started back up. Because we're getting ready for the NASCAR playoffs. It's because the Little League World Series is going on. Now that we've gotten over the Olympics, we can start focusing on the important competition in life and to me that is the Little League World Series. The most pure and simple form of sports. There is because these kids are in It For the Love of the Game. They're not hugely, skillful, they're not hugely, talented. Some are some are just normal kids who are just on the right team at the right time and maybe going to enjoy the best time of their life in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Nashville, Suburban teams over the course of the last decade or so have done really well in the Little League World Series. The team from Nolensville Tennessee, has made the semi-finals, but it truly is my favorite time of the year watch sports. I'm just in awe and in love with these kids and what they're doing, what they represent and just enjoy the experience, that's the important thing. Pure and simple. The way Sports used to be when we were kids wage.

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Ship To Store (MM #3793)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Ship To Store (MM #3793)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked about my frustration with retail stores, especially big box stores numerous times throughout the years. The Mason minute. I'll be going back at least a month or two. I was talking about. The problem with retail, I realized covid-19 has changed a lot of things but the one thing I'm seeing more and more, is this ship to store mentality? Yeah, they're no longer wanting you to come to the store to buy something. They want you to buy it online and then go to the store to pick it up. Now, if they don't have it in stock, it may take a few days to get there, but sometimes when I need something like the day, I broke my headphones over the weekend. I needed a new pair immediately. So I had to find what I was looking for. In town found them at Best Buy. The only problem took me fifteen, twenty minutes to be able to find them on the website. Then I had to go to the store and find out why had to find somebody to help me out. I want to look at it first before I decide what I want the bulb. And besides, we walk into the store, my wife said, oh I need a new mouse. So we walked over and bought something that we wouldn't have bought. If I didn't know that ship to store is a great idea in theory, but retailers, still aren't getting it right. No matter how many employees they have working at the time.

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Ship To Store (MM #3793)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Ship To Store (MM #3793)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've talked about my frustration with retail stores, especially big box stores numerous times throughout the years. The Mason minute. I'll be going back at least a month or two. I was talking about. The problem with retail, I realized covid-19 has changed a lot of things but the one thing I'm seeing more and more, is this ship to store mentality? Yeah, they're no longer wanting you to come to the store to buy something. They want you to buy it online and then go to the store to pick it up. Now, if they don't have it in stock, it may take a few days to get there, but sometimes when I need something like the day, I broke my headphones over the weekend. I needed a new pair immediately. So I had to find what I was looking for. In town found them at Best Buy. The only problem took me fifteen, twenty minutes to be able to find them on the website. Then I had to go to the store and find out why had to find somebody to help me out. I want to look at it first before I decide what I want the bulb. And besides, we walk into the store, my wife said, oh I need a new mouse. So we walked over and bought something that we wouldn't have bought. If I didn't know that ship to store is a great idea in theory, but retailers, still aren't getting it right. No matter how many employees they have working at the time.

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Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

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01:00 min | Last month

Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know that people are really wanting to get back to normal, but do you get the sense sometimes? The man above says, it's not quite time yet. All this past week, I've been seeing where a lot of airlines have been canceling. Flights specifically Spirit Airlines canceling. 50% of their flights like four or five days in a row. And people are just frustrated, they're stuck in airports, their wage trying to find alternate Transportation. They're stuck trying to get back from vacation or going somewhere and losing out. This to me is a big red flag and says, you know what, maybe you should rethink these things. Maybe I should hold back for. Now again, I understand how often disrupted our lives have been over the course of the last almost two years, but in the scope of things, really, not that big at. I'm sure I'd love to get back to normal. I know you'd love to get back to normal, we all want to, but for many reasons we're not there, yet wage, but sometimes this is just a message from above, probably not want to be flying right now. It's not the time yet but something's telling me hold off just a little bit longer. And every time I see these Airlines canceling, flights tells me to stay away from the airport just a little bit longer dead.

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Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Canceled Flights (MM #3792)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I know that people are really wanting to get back to normal, but do you get the sense sometimes? The man above says, it's not quite time yet. All this past week, I've been seeing where a lot of airlines have been canceling. Flights specifically Spirit Airlines canceling. 50% of their flights like four or five days in a row. And people are just frustrated, they're stuck in airports, their wage trying to find alternate Transportation. They're stuck trying to get back from vacation or going somewhere and losing out. This to me is a big red flag and says, you know what, maybe you should rethink these things. Maybe I should hold back for. Now again, I understand how often disrupted our lives have been over the course of the last almost two years, but in the scope of things, really, not that big at. I'm sure I'd love to get back to normal. I know you'd love to get back to normal, we all want to, but for many reasons we're not there, yet wage, but sometimes this is just a message from above, probably not want to be flying right now. It's not the time yet but something's telling me hold off just a little bit longer. And every time I see these Airlines canceling, flights tells me to stay away from the airport just a little bit longer dead.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

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01:00 min | Last month

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Gymnastics (MM #3790)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gymnastics (MM #3790)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Be summer olympics are about ready to wrap up for another. I would normally say for years but in this case, three years, but what does always fascinated me about the Olympics is the sports that nobody seems to care about the other three or four years. They only care about during the Olympics gymnastics in particular. I realized gymnast, both male and female have all sorts of wage and ships throughout the years, in between the Olympics, but the obsession with Olympic gymnastics, amazes me. And I wonder why it doesn't carry out to the years in between. I can go back to my childhood, with Cathy Rigby and then you'll korbut and Nadia Comaneci, and Kerri strug and now Simone biles, all the Queen's, The Darlings of the Olympics, but usually outside of those years, you don't hear much about them. You don't hear about the Olympic athletes. Begin those other three years or almost four years. Now I'm sure that may change this time around cuz Simone biles isn't sure. She's coming back or not but there will be another Olympic champion to think about but the gymnasts we think about him once every four years. And I wonder why that is dead.

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Big Crowds (MM #3789)

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01:00 min | Last month

Big Crowds (MM #3789)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've never been a fan of big crowds and what I mean, big, I mean, hundreds of thousands of people the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally the annual rally up in Sturgis. South Dakota is about ready to begin and they're expecting seven hundred thousand people. During normal years when we're not dealing with covid-19 Delta variant, I wouldn't want to be around seven thousand. People know I've done the Indy five hundred upwards of over a hundred thousand people. I've done concerts where there have been seventy-five eighty ninety thousand people. I've been in the midst of all these crowds and back. When I worked in radio, I had to be. And so, on my concert up in the music business, I've had to do that too, but I never wanted to be around that many people and what doesn't make sense to me again, with a CO visit around or not is why people want to subject themselves to that many other people. Now, I realize at a big sporting event, a big concert, you got all the action and now that the Delta variant is here. I'm even more terrified of big crowds. I realize we've all got choices to make, but big crowds, I didn't like him before, and I sure don't like them now dead.

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Big Crowds (MM #3789)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Big Crowds (MM #3789)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've never been a fan of big crowds and what I mean, big, I mean, hundreds of thousands of people the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally the annual rally up in Sturgis. South Dakota is about ready to begin and they're expecting seven hundred thousand people. During normal years when we're not dealing with covid-19 Delta variant, I wouldn't want to be around seven thousand. People know I've done the Indy five hundred upwards of over a hundred thousand people. I've done concerts where there have been seventy-five eighty ninety thousand people. I've been in the midst of all these crowds and back. When I worked in radio, I had to be. And so, on my concert up in the music business, I've had to do that too, but I never wanted to be around that many people and what doesn't make sense to me again, with a CO visit around or not is why people want to subject themselves to that many other people. Now, I realize at a big sporting event, a big concert, you got all the action and now that the Delta variant is here. I'm even more terrified of big crowds. I realize we've all got choices to make, but big crowds, I didn't like him before, and I sure don't like them now dead.

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Fear The Unknown (MM #3788)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Fear The Unknown (MM #3788)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to covid-19, whether you get vaccinated or not, we all fear something similar off, fearing the unknown. Think that's the one thing in the human condition we do most is fear the unknown. For those who don't want to get vaccinated, they fear what the vaccine will do to them, not just now, but in the future, and for those who got the vaccine, they fear what happens if they get covid-19, not only what could happen to them now, but what could happen to them down the road? That's the funny thing about the unknown. Even if you take a chance, you truly don't always know what's going to happen when it came to taking the vaccine. I had no problem doing it cuz I didn't fear the unknown down the road. What I feared was what would happen cuz we already know what happens if you don't get the vaccine. Yes, it's taking a risk. Yes, it's taking a chance, but I was willing wage to do it because I didn't fear that unknown. Sometimes you got to believe and if you are a Believer, hopefully it works out in the end, it doesn't for everybody and we know that, but if you fear the unknown, you're going to be paralyzed. You're never going anywhere else.

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Fear The Unknown (MM #3788)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Fear The Unknown (MM #3788)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation when it comes to covid-19, whether you get vaccinated or not, we all fear something similar off, fearing the unknown. Think that's the one thing in the human condition we do most is fear the unknown. For those who don't want to get vaccinated, they fear what the vaccine will do to them, not just now, but in the future, and for those who got the vaccine, they fear what happens if they get covid-19, not only what could happen to them now, but what could happen to them down the road? That's the funny thing about the unknown. Even if you take a chance, you truly don't always know what's going to happen when it came to taking the vaccine. I had no problem doing it cuz I didn't fear the unknown down the road. What I feared was what would happen cuz we already know what happens if you don't get the vaccine. Yes, it's taking a risk. Yes, it's taking a chance, but I was willing wage to do it because I didn't fear that unknown. Sometimes you got to believe and if you are a Believer, hopefully it works out in the end, it doesn't for everybody and we know that, but if you fear the unknown, you're going to be paralyzed. You're never going anywhere else.

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"the maison" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"the maison" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"WAS LEMOND north borders yet ear out those young guys who probably twenty one twenty two haydn pederson. And, that has to be the default procrastination question. What? Like who cares you buy one. You realize that you've wasted money. or You haven't an you've learnt. You're not a valuable lesson. This is not the thing for you, and then you find. Like just into it. What the biggest thing! People who are like getting into like really early stages. Like what cameras do I buy? Find, do you have? Like I've got an I or I find eleven prime Max and I was like us. That does count. And I'll and I'll show people she. Just moved just a nice. But. I had the pixel xl before these three out, and I would take five dollars. Fine and people thought it was shot on my Cana. I was like. Yeah, because it's not about the camera. It's about how you use the tools that you've got some like for most people like especially for food photography like. A like Osha? These fighters and I'll try and get you to pick which ones might Hannan? and which ones my my? It's hard to tell because it doesn't matter because everything that went into. Take into making the federal. It was it's. It wasn't about what cameras using. The lighting was the styling it was it was how so? Often to elect one is owned by Cameron of six hundred dollars house like, but you have thousand dollar. Fine back can use that. And then there's another good example from me from me personally I said figures that I really wanted to get into bonds. And took my eventually. My mom finally did bought. My mom bought me one. And I was like fuck like as I used to make up excuses like The balcony doesn't get enough sun law I've done. Have the right equipment blah blah, blah blah, and then when my mom bought. One is sort of like a forcing.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"If I'm GonNa, upgrade a camera. I'd probably will stick with cannon because the along with the glasses while the gloss. Amnesty are widely available, and like even this is an Irish Lens like that uses the new. Like, CENSOR! The the adaptor that Canon sales is more than good like it's yeah, you can just use. You could just use it like it doesn't net doesn't get in the it'll whereas like and same with the C.. Two hundred has an ESPN. Not the greatest thing, but there are a couple of cinema lenses like us on that. You can swap at the mouth of head faulk about. But, if we're talking about like upgradings, I basically had. On yesterday that if I'm GonNA, upgrade. Pardon me like meat. Jack and I would probably go to the C. Five hundred to. Because it's a full frights inside sheets. Five Point Nine K does roll. It basically does everything I need on this side of my my wick spectrum. It does the high end like cinematic production. And also can shoot like the stuff that my see two hundred. That's the best vitamin C. Two hundred. Again it was that camera that came out. It was speaks fucking sock and becomes shoot to two full K. and I'm. Like what? Complaining about like for me. I like if I show you the stuff that I on like today and I'll show you this shoot tomorrow. You like Oh that's the same camera and you like it. It's it's you just need to find the camera that works for you and some people get caught up in the specs and end up getting a camera that has the best specs, but it's not necessarily the right camera for then. Yeah, it's. It's a massive massive overkill and a lot of cases like it's funny, 'cause. If you think about the groups of cameras, you got those meritless cinematic cameras that can be built into rigs. You've got probably the Canon, C.. Two hundred to five hundred series of sort of in the middle, and then you've got like your reds in your arteries, which comparible and already agree with that. I think that Canon is probably the only one that can take off the way. Yet that's the thing is I series, but this has been a constant that she can like hot. Really do this. Stock because of red and because of our Doug around I love shooting on red, knowledge, art. Iron warm it. To spend fifty grand to buy a rig, only that really makes sense if. If you're working in the cinema industry and you're getting paid a ridiculous amount of money for a shirt. Otherwise, it doesn't make much sense like if you want to read. For the Diet. That shaped to rent unit did not that expensive. And then like I like I personally would stick with cannon because I love the signs and they just were. That's the biggest thing they're reliable. They're reliable system but like at one point I did think about moving completely because I have I have the. One Hundred F. which is like a little film emulation camera that like it's just one point she back it's this is completely digital, but. I basically shoot this like I would shoot she jay. Pigs I baked the look into the actual image, and then I just transferred over to my find like the estate had never comes out of these camera, so yeah so. It took me a very long time to find. The cameras that worked for me and I finally gotten to a point in my life camera journey, that I'm like I'm content to the next couple of years like I didn't need anything more like if I'm if anything I'm just GonNa like upgrade the cameras. That I have other get excited by new specs anymore because I understand my work and I understand what I need to get done. It's like. I was always according to WANNA get rid. Dot Dot. Decay on camera as I can barely shoot like jobs that are actually paying me to use that camera. She has a two hundred I can use it on any because I've I've paid it off already. It wasn't it wasn't that much money so? It's definitely like it's an interesting conversation. It sounds like you're in quantum mature place. You've got your type of work that you really enjoy looking working on. You got your type of. Equipment that you really like working on so now, just a matter of. Really growing that and doing more what you like. Directions of the work that I do and gave us, and that's an an I try to still instill that in a like a lot of younger guys who I work with it's. Like, what cameras should I get next? What can we do you have now. I've interviewed a lot of young photographers. Like..

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"Like to cancer, like voice, technically got like three cameras on me. Tongue. Which is way yet? And I miss making Josh about this because We're getting a Sony I seven. Do it. By the by the Arizona I, boy. I I just think festival. Hala, the camp. On a Canon is so much better. I think everyone would agree. The Cala on the Canon Lenses are better. Off just, but even like the sensor. It was so funny because these these cameras like the most highlighted camera on the Internet like everyone's like. Oh, it socks, because it doesn't shoot it crops in on a Fulci image outside. Yeah, but like who gives a fuck. Like like it actually like I went through my I had an isolationist mock to. Canada and then I had G H five. And then I had a Fuji States Rain Jesus and men are sold that and I bought this and this has fit into my work flyer. But immediately like I don't know why I had such reservations against camera because when I bought it especially being be camera to my C. Two hundred. Which is also cannon? It's become thing where it's like. It's not about what the best cameras it's what the best cameras view as a as a creator, and even though these is still camera, it's meritless. It does punch it on a full game. Age Four is beautiful. It shoots ten eighty. Full frame which is epic is like most should the guys on Youtube and. And instagram full cages. It's fucking advocate like. It always has been always will be. You need the. Internet may tatum deal with it exactly so the full K. on the. He's great I, usually she tonight, if Jay video on the. Bad Man this is like my favorites. Just, like the second I bought it. Off made the right choice wire wasting my time with all these other. All these other cameras, the C. Two hundred. This is another debate. Joshua. I've had around Cameras, because we have a proper steals chemists, and that's one thing. We build a smaller ARECO with like. All. A Sony I seven. What is the the say? Two hundred is starting to change quite a bit the diversity. What did they re release? Recently, it was a seed five hundred to. Three hundred mark three. That's it What what are your thoughts around the cannon at the Mima? D think that if you were to upgrade that you would look at. A different series of series, or would you upgrade if they brought out a knee? And you see two hundred, or would you look at a red? What's sort of your thought process around? Yeah for May? It's become more of A. Like.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"When I'm like approaching directing video for bike. I need to hear the song. I and I sit mister song like six seven times and I'm just trying to like. Like China embody an like five to it and then try and connect that to visual so so basically what I sense. Is You trying to structurally get some sort of? Closed Line to hang everything upon, and you're looking for almond men, and there's obviously things in certain industries or types of shoots that the stand out more the most by. A menu yet top of dish all the actual song itself yeah. It's it's really about like taking the contents of whatever you're shooting in really making that the focus because it's like if like. If I go into a restaurant and I shoot the food and all I do is like putting Taiwan. Take a flatly shot. It's like I'm not really telling a story I'm not really like I'm not I'm not doing the food justice, and it's the same thing for music is if like icon really understand the song and really gain an understanding of the lyrics and all of that can't do anything with that. So my thing is I. It's the same thing like the menu in the song of the same thing. It's the mates of everything. I'm thinking. Generally about what's. Actually, do prefer fillmore.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"Always talk about in Melbourne Melbourne and Adelaide cities that are. Locals well. I think the reason Melvin struggled to do that with such a wacky city like whether we like it or not like the hospitality. Industry. Melvin has become such a wind that with almost like a like with beyond having like that kind of stuff like broadsheet every time they do something video wise, it's Super Audience Lanky, and like no one really gives a fuck with the dolby about. Like herbalist and time out like Tom, edsall one of the better ones because they really they like. Don't discriminate against like a small fish and chip shop. which like we're talking about? This Taco chicken places. Like the disappearing because of fucking gentrification, and all that kind of this is another thing as well, but that that you hit on is what these brands do is they make everything commercial yet? So pay, people discuss like you and tell me did a video on like yellow kebab joints in the news. You told me and Ryan. Yes, selected a Kebab joint rent into it now. People can prove that but. We all every now and then just love a good Kebab like what's wrong with every now and then just having Kebab. You don't have to have the finest most luxurious thing for for a meal, and that is the thing this show I think instagram's really done that. Will Instagram is being a very. It's been very detrimental to Pataudi industry, but also it's like it's a hard one because a lot of a lot of cafes for instance they rely. Heavily on Instagram for business, and there's like simony like instagram agencies taking advantage of of that spot in the market way like like there was an I went nine, but like an agency that I worked with WHO charging cafes. Deals amounts of money to to like drumming socials and it's like anything about. Dream United People can't afford. They can't afford that more than ever now, and it's funny because people caught. Foot traffic isn't a thing anymore. Like foot traffic just doesn't. Exist at the moment. So what's the best way to reach vapor people in that social media? So you fat like Carbon Spain's such an interesting time for the hospitality industry in terms of what we're talking about now. Is this whole like? Instagram and Blogs and stuff like that because this is the only way that they can really reach people. and. A lot of cafes have realized in cafes. Restaurants have realized that the only way that they're ever GonNa like. Cape running in this time it for them to take that responsibility on themselves, which is brought out some amazing personalities, and in Melbourne's hospitality, and not relying broad shaking, relying on on these fucking commercialized plight like blogs and stuff. Like, say yea, yea, Oh, nine to replace, and that's why like the Kebab shop that means do it's like. Why those people? Why aren't the small businesses who fucking struggling during these time? Why aren't they getting why? They bing shine a spotlight on because? The cafe, who's that six hundred and fifty April and Wang? Ke fucking French toast. They going to be fine like at the end of the irons that. was probably doing really well, whereas like this one in Buchan Kebab shop makes the sick about bought because of this whole like. Time that, we're eaten. Probably GonNa full behind, and they're going to be left behind, so is such an interesting dynamic in Melbourne wet with very spoilt when the food that we have and. I think it's time that we start to realize that. It's all good and is not this. Is Not a high rocky gangway with spoilt for good food that we've become spoiled and winky in regards to the food that we eat and we can shoot 'cause. It's like instagram -able and stuff like that. There's different opportunity I'm excited to say where you come up with. Because he liked I've really gotten into Boston sports recently I think that what they di.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"Know that that's what I wanNA, do for the rest of them are. And it was in that moment that I realized I can do but. At at the detriment like you know physical and mental health I can do. And what I did when I got back I, Pushed all of my focus to shooting food to talk graffiti. And making pretty much everything I did revolve around the other thing that I love so. I ended up working a friend of friend's kitchen before credited and like cooking in a tiny little kitchen, just made in the kitchen and it Kinda threw into the David was like it was so much fun. But it made me realize that. Yeah like if I wanted to do I. Could I just needed to pick the pots h industry, the interested me and also try and Meld them together, so yeah, what do you think your favorite media brands in this space? I, read it off a few. The media come to mind the sort of amalgamate. What you're doing, but I'm sure there'd be some that you really lock in what would unite. Attache is sort of lesson nine. Probably because they in the travel spice, but then. They intertwine always with food. So the majority of the travel is about food, but you know they'll land in a place like this is. We are for the Metro. On taxi rebuttal and the guys American guy who lives in London and film. Ever in the world, and the white shot is just really really nice, and it's better of time. There's a guy that I think could top jaw on on Yuji. To British dudes who do like a really fun travel show and they go eight stop in. Like I. Don't watch too often, but when I do, the stuff is pretty cool and I'd just like sticks out to me. But. Will. The the ones I was actually just GonNa look at my m. My Youtube subscription lists but the obvious ones. By like a beer, bon appetite. epicurious is.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"Video I'm people say like it's you can find it if you really want to align. Like. They used to be relieved visual effects. It might be this thing with my brother when we like. I like. Tried to shoot an apple off his head with like a prop God and ended up killing my Bra. Sorry bad and sorry, fucking cringe, but like I. Look back like a lot of people. Look back on those by things that they did in their early days like. That sucked. Made that that she doesn't suck for me because it's like I was truly bucket passionate I'm not jaded by the world as I am now, and unlike all the client's idea with and all the work that I was truly inspired to do. Stop and just did it like I, didn't it was? Like I wasn't worried. What other people saw I was like I wanNA. Make these. Go make so yeah. It's good that you had that all I knew. That I actually have gone it to this day this. A diary entry, but I just wrote on like a pace pipe. How frustrated this was that you couldn't do like a a degree in like generalized things like I wanted. Degree yet, but it's not as 'cause I. couldn't I wanted to I wanted to learn how to ride a wanted to learn. Trading and finance, yeah, hounding. I wanted to learn like I just went to learn everything and I just You can actually do that with an Oscar because you had to choose some sort. Niger in some sort of odds area like yeah, geography or.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"And to eight some nice food. A dude really. He kind of unraveled why? He basically led all of these like always conflict back to like. Let's just sit over meal and talk about it and really understand what food does for us, and that's become such a big part of my life in how food is is played such a massive role in pretty much everything that I do in. Bodine is just like resting place will. But he was such A. God you just genuinely had the most interesting conversations with interesting people in the world, and and some of the best food on the planet What's what's better than that? Nothing's better than I. DO I do? Miss Him. I'd be intrigued to see what he has decide today. is a we'd Tom. We live in but I'm thinking you know you as a kid. What? What's the lesson? That is their lesson. The stands out few from other of your parents sign have said directly or indirectly that you still used to this day. I think. The way I was brought up with. It's quite like it's quite strange. Because obviously, my dad growing up my dad, growing up had come from Lebanon. When he was like eleven years old. And he was brought up in a very strict Muslim households but obviously when he married my my mom there was moms of Muslim so there was this. There was no real reason to delete one or the other like. They tried to keep me as respectful.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"I interviewed him I should go back and. Listen to the. Fact check this. Yeah, it's funny like we divided so many times on the daily talks are group's front drinks around her credit homeless. Do you find it fascinating that? Bat. Let's say. That Krizan from Turkey all the way round to like Alexandria. Egypt similar. It really is and it's like I. Think we joked a lot about like Ozzie who made the philosophy Oh and you might have a most, but I think it's. So Funny 'cause I. Think it's in the tons that we begin right now like I saint, something is very political. It's like it becomes like it becomes part of the identity that you you identify with so like this whole thing about almost philophical, and especially in those regions we tend to like. Like, take it as house and it's like this nationalism that we'd like. Hold onto. Like I have seventy Jewish friends who like we will cause legal documents, vet who like? Who philophical over here irons homeless and I think we're ever going to agree on editing. Yeah, the one thing you can agree on is the Thais good. Taste fucking right and it's and both sides have there are? Wiser doing it in bite sides disappeared good. I think that's why I always loved borderline like a poster him recently, that might WanNa. Get done up, but he he was led the guy that is able to really go and look for and just realize that mice would just like to to get along.

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"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"the maison" Discussed on Uncommon

"As a Cape because I had like an ozzy mom agreed. Dad and I didn't look like any of my great friends. and. Like I to reinforce the fact that I was. This is why we'd like. You could be shit about this stuff resumed. Maybe it's like a it's their underlying in my head. Like telling people that I'm great. I try not to do it too much. I think it's like as as a strategy as we all must have an identity crisis like. because you speak to anyone who's like third, Greg the generation Lebanese. Like Italian like when not Australians where we're Lebanese, great time went with everything that have parents. Were when they growing when they were growing up, so it was like when people asked me what I was a kid, I was half Lebanese often that actually turned out to be very wrong I'm not actually Italian really. Yeah, so I did like seek seventies of Italian, and then my mom's speaks tiny into my grandma. But my grandma's not Italian, because both my mom's parents from Egypt, and now in Cairo, which a lot of Italian in Greeks, who came to Australia That's like that's what I grew up in. They were born with. Like Greek Italian Maltese and stuff like that some actually like multi nate's so it's like it's a weird mix, but yeah I was always identifying as. As, Italian Lebanese I was never on never started, so you must be a big Shane Deli Fan. He's. He's This country like a lot of my family does not like him. I I really do think to my heart, and my eyes in inside like it's such a inciting spirits. And the food's fucking. You can't deny like also like. biggie smalls kebabs. You just doing some really go stop, but a lot of my family on my dad's either live side. Is Boston ising live each food and stuff like that and I was like well, not really just. He's doing Mediterranean booties. Like, this is like a Rachi fame and he pulls a lot because he's Mancini's. Why is addiction I think so? Yeah! Yeah, he's he's wife is. Mas and name either that or she's Lebanese. She's Liberty's. She's isn't She Moroccan? Think maybe there are not. I should know because.

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"the maison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"the maison" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And a digital scale just go to stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the page and type in listen that's stamps dot com click on the Mike and type in listen seats the morning show that'll do it for tomorrow morning five forty five with the warm up show Alan Gerry then we'll be back at six AM yeah Joan event coming up next the men it J. and B. J. J. Maggie embark on back to ME two hours to lay down will he do it tomorrow he promises not to look at yeah right this way perfect come out challenge man you can you beat everybody would this take the challenge I don't believe that for a second he's a gambler he's working at the spreads right now as we speak you know that nine of that he promised not to look at the look of a great yeah but you're saying that I would change my pick if I had the pick the the lines since possibility yeah I don't think so by the way the light was your winnings in the New York sports world since we have that kind of power around here yeah I know it's pretty good right I mean look back I see you got for Sega Saturn yeah I mean the poor Zynga straight right yeah I guess maison bed that's why some Dallas good luck all right well anyway have a great day everybody see tomorrow is always New York stay classy he pulled up his underwear before running away and hiding in bushes on this veterans day twenty nineteen we thank all our men and women in uniform past and present for their service it's also football Monday and we'll be talking giants jets all of this weekend's biggest games then tonight at six thirty we're off to the public empire city casino by MGM resorts in Yonkers for Monday Night Live Tim Jones in call banks followed at eight PM.

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"the maison" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"the maison" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With the eclectic New York based band, snarky puppy the metro pole or cast a Dutch ensemble. That's part big-band part symphony a bunch of other talented artists from Sweden Ghana all made complete by the singer from Guadeloupe Monica. Sierra Leon, this is the track Maison offer that means house on fire. Apply. Song? You must hurry. We must stop it. Or all will be burned. Hey, it's symbolism but read into it what you will. Maison offer from the new CD by the supergroup book on day and Metropol or cast. That's where we leave. Thanks today. The world comes to you from the NAN and Bill studios at W G B H here in Boston. Our theme music was composed by Eric Goldberg. We'll see you back here next week..

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"the maison" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"the maison" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Way far from her mind by the end of the year even boone yard had to admit that child was quote ready to be a chef in a maison de la halt bourgeoisie and quote translated from the french julia child was officially a real chef the higher ups at lacorte on blue refused to accept such a result she was an american a heretic and a rebel they set her up to fail in her final exam flooding the test full of recipes she had never even heard of and so fail she did but we know julia she didn't accept others definition of herself she was despondent for a while but resolute she told paul quote the main thing of course is that i know how to cook next she decided to look for more like minded people she joined the women's cooking club the circle dake or met biographers spits describes them as a renegade group of female chefs who came together in nineteen twenty seven in response to the pretension of the male dominated gastronomy club disown ethel declared in front of the men and their wives that it was the women and the people in the kitchen who truly knew the food and not the men who declared whether or not it was to their tastes these were julius people through and through it was during one of these meetings that julia would meet the woman who would change her life and catapult the aspiring chef onto the road to superstardom.

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"the maison" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"the maison" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"The fashion industry today and a controlling interest in it was actually purchased by chanel in nineteen ninety seven the company uses non restrictive feathers such as swans peacocks and ostrich mainly obtained from south africa eric charleston essien an actual former employees of the maison is another of the rope amasi as to survive today and i've seen his work so many fashion designers use him he's truly gifted artisan but unlike lamari eric prefers haunt the prison taxidermy shops and flea markets for the way of his trades so he's up cycling basically so today plymouth as are absolutely the exception but bird protection societies are the rule you too if you're interested you can become a member in any number of one of these bird protection societies in france it's the french league for bird protection in great britain it's the royal society for the protection of birds and in the united states the national audubon society and there are other similar organizations around the world and members that number in the millions so fashions past love affair with feathers is gonna have to probably remain just that a part of fashion history until next time may you appreciate your bird friendly wardrobe next time you get dressed things are listening to this week's episode of dressed remember you can all follow us on twitter and instagram at dressed underscore podcast orrin facebook at dress podcast without the underscore if you'd like to write to us please do so at dressed at how stuff works dot com see you next time.

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