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"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new

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Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:25 min | 3 months ago

Camilla Lowther on Building a Career as a Fashion Creative

"Talking to camilla. Lousa who i call the godmother of the future because she is engaged in so many levels in the lives and careers of people who will probably term and how we view fashion in the coming years. She's always been able to do that as well. She's always had a finger on the pulse. So camilla welcome lovely to see you. Thank you very much tim. Lovely to see. Because i haven't seen you for a very long very long time. But you have been very busy in this lockdown period. There's a few things we have to talk about today. I guess we should stop with your new agency which is called fire. Bearing in mind that you'll old agency c. l. m. manage the careers of of people at yoga and tell and tim walker and katie grand and and people that we know extremely well. Can you tell us exactly what fire is because it is. It feels to me like. It's the new version of salem identing far as the new version of salem actually it it is seattle eminent stands on its own his doing really well on a through a neck which on delighted for but i really was born out of covid. I actually hadn't got when i left salem. It was planned to start another agency tool in any way shape before. And i have been very happy done during lockdown dunk cocktails with camello with katie and love magazine. And that was an really enjoyed doing that. I really hadn't gotten any great plan to do anything. Because i have this year off. And then at the end of last year on wayne and cates who basically a mike founder said to me. Would you like to start another agency. And i said. I would be really interested to doing that as long as i didn't have to completely on it. And so i've we brought shallan Rule larry it. If i was going to be really honest it feels like it's going back to when i first started in nineteen eighty ninety four. You know it's very small. It's very it's not but it smooth you know it's it's baby steps and it really. I suppose is looking off the the new generation the young though the new

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"tim walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"tim walker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Man Milkman. Whatever the case, he is going to be live next on. W T. M J sunny, pleasant today with a slight chance will h. R and a high of 80 is going to be that way all through the work week after a low tonight of 64th Lake 56 cylinder sunshine highs in the upper seventies toe low eighties through Friday, Walking Shot 70 Milwaukee 72 W. T. M. J. Known for his long hitch in the Brewers farm system and for his social media, multi platform performances off the diamond former Brewers pitcher Tim Dillon, now back in the area, not with the crew but instead with Milwaukee milkman. He started in yesterday's 53 laws to the ST Paul ST at Franklin Field. His first appearance in what is now his 21st pro ball season joins us live on the first Midwest Bank hotline on W. T. M. J. Welcome back home to him. Yeah, good to be home. And you need to say, though it's actually not my 21st season. I'm only 37. So that means I would have started when I was 16. I think that was a misprint. Yesterday I started my 18th must have taught in high school. Whatever the case, So how'd it feel being on the bump yesterday in Franklin? I mean, it felt good at the time today. I'm kind of feeling it shoulders, you know, wishing out of state in bed, but it was awesome. It was such a good feeling to get out there and compete. I think that's what a lot of the guys that air You know, missing out on the minor league season right now they're missing out on the chance to just go out there and compete. Yes, sir. Tim Walker's through kind of how this opportunity came about. Uh, I thought I'm with the currently with the Texas Rangers like technically, and I thought I had a chance with that 60 man player thing for the summer camp. Getting ready for the season and I missed out on that minor league baseball cancelled. So I got on the Internet to see if anybody was playing baseball anywhere and found the Milwaukee milkmen and I hit the little contact US. Tab on their website and said Hi, My name's Tim, If you guys need a pitcher, let me know. Here's my phone number. And a month later, they called me. It's steady. He never really left this area here, though. I mean, we're still we're still in your blood and you certainly are beautiful. You got a couple of years named after you have broken band, right? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Hopefully they got something brewing right now. For me, you might need it with more muscles today. So what's next for you, man? Are you goingto continue pitching for the milkman, or what's the rest of 2020 hold for you from a baseball perspective. Who knows, Right? Anything happening in 2020? Nobody knows right now. I'm actually walking over to the stadium. Ah, somebody contacted over Twitter said there was going to be like some sort of baseball camp going on if I want to be a part of it, so You know, I was waking up to be on the radio with you guys. So I figured a boat just walk over here and, you know Doc's in baseball, So that's what I'm doing. I got a bat in my hand and we're in Milwaukee Milk event here. Let's go and see him. Diller Joining us live on the first Midwest Bank hotline on W. T. M. J was reading a story about you in The Dallas Times Herald. I think it was Dallas Morning news. Your quote, says that all this is the mindset you have to have. I guess you have a jersey You have a chance. Everyone's goal is to play in the big leagues, So I'm how long you stay in the game. I don't know. I don't know if it was up to my wife. You know, I've been done, like, 10 years ago. I'm getting it is up to my wife. No, I don't know. I don't know. I'll play as long as I have a chance and It's just strange. I've I've tried to find another career for like the last eight years and everything kind of falls through. But somehow I get a baseball job. I can't explain it, but the best part is I don't have to explain it or try to figure it out. I just I don't know, man. You get a jersey Get out there and play baseball. I kind of know how to do that. Well, I got to believe if you can't find a job in baseball, the content world will find a job for you. With what you've been able to Social media. How did that all come about blow up the way that it has to him. I don't know. I do credit the burgers a lot, because when I started doing it 2015 people didn't do stuff in the clubhouse. That's like a cardinal sin. And you know, I didn't know how the birds are going to do about it, but I've already been with him for I don't know, Maybe 13 or 14 years at that point, so they were kind of cool with it. I guess that I guess I had built up enough trust where they were like. Well, I'm not gonna make anybody look bad. You know, I'm not going You know, try to reveal any secrets that are in the clubhouse or whatever's going on. And in fact, they really liked it because the fans got to learn a little bit about some of the players before they got to the big leagues, which to me, there's just a big, gaping hole. You know, giving mine early guys recognition for their talent before they even get to the big leagues? Yeah, it's a really good point. And my son and I have been doing minor league baseball trips for years, of course until this year, but we love the minor league game, and we know what's going on with the minor league system shrinking and there's no system this year. What with Kobe going on..

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"tim walker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"tim walker" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The story about this video Joe Biden with the trump campaign is dug up an op research and will grab that right after a news update on game J. useless not a high speed chase early this morning in Fresno county ends when the suspect comes to a crashing halt shares deputies say it all began at all of in Valentine around eleven thirty PM when a driver sped off he reportedly hit speeds up to ninety five miles per hour before crashing at Garfield and olive the vehicle failed to stop at the intersection and crashed into a powerful knocking it over prisoner county sheriff's sergeant Tim Walker is adds the driver was on probation and driving with a suspended license he was taken into custody and charged with failure to yield the state department is barred a Saudi diplomat from entering the United States citing his involvement in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year as a gross violation of human rights Mohammed al tabi was the Saudi consul general in in stamp all when the show she was tortured and killed in the council it the Turkish government retrieving a tape where tabi was heard saying do this outside you're going to get me in trouble the university of Phoenix and its parent company will pay fifty million in cash and cancel one hundred forty one million in student debt to settle allegations of deceptive advertising Jan Johnson as more the Federal Trade Commission spent years investigating an ad campaign that the for profit college ruled out in twenty twelve it's suggested that the school have partnerships with companies that included Microsoft Twitter and adobe to create job opportunities for students even though the FTC says there was no such agreement the investigators say the settlement is the largest the agency has ever obtained against a for profit college the Arizona based college chain is the nation's biggest recipient of GI bill tuition benefits for America's military veterans on Jan Johnson over to Wall Street the Dow up fifteen points eleven thirty one.

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"tim walker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Longoria still in. what is not Disney world not lane Disney world I sent a text of all the food we got a lot of that yeah so I I I have to admit I didn't like the enchiladas there is well I've known tonight ahead in July is there really good the last time and it's a lot of those like man I'm done with them and I told you it's because he had the wrong kind and they brought who brought the right kind of today today I do spoke us came in and brought us a whole bunch of good stuff yeah and I had an flies they are very good I just had a pair leave a bad law just had the wrong time yes so thank you for that so I'm back on the edge a lot of I still in return he does know I still like her heels better. but they're good like I'm not going to shy away I mean if you if you put a plate of Doritos in front of me or plate of enchiladas. I'm still gonna bring I'm still in the breed really yeah but it is here you don't need a you tense I I got no I just like the whole production better by the way I can I posted OB Johnny Cabos the dive into this tomorrow Thrillist William online click bait thing they ranked the th the best fifty Taco Bell menu items from one to fifty fifty items that holiday there there's like ten of them that are the same yeah they. if there's been fifty items anyway so that'll come up tomorrow we'll get back to your calls on the peanuts in the coke in just a second I want to talk about the dust buster raise your hand in the studio if you had a dust buster at one. yeah everyone deal have never accept of greed I'm it was such a big deal so apparently they came out mass market in nineteen seventy nine I bet my mom got one in nineteen eighty and this is a game changer for for people because before the dust buster you just had a vacuum cleaner that was yeah and my grandmother had this thing should be at my grammar that I'm a vacuum cleaner she this will push thing well it's quiet ones I was just you have had it with like the rotating yes exactly yeah Stephen hotel I don't think your whole life you the vacuum cleaner she said this one thing that you if you live in an apartment in New York that was I guess it wasn't a big place yeah but she would just like there is no is no plug and it was just like a like a hand lawn had pushed one of those hand pushed long hours but but up until nineteen seventy nine it was either that or vacuum cleaner and nothing and then just press the came out everyone bottom dead did some amazing research on. two hundred million of them sold I can believe it a hundred million and and what's crazy is a hundred million sold and they sucked they were not good yeah but they did just enough and got into places you couldn't get with the with the value value it was like as as a functioning vacuum cleaner it was awful no tears it was not good but it was just functional enough shocked that you would throw a black eye to get the crumbs out of the couch with this yep or I can get in the corner and get the dog here at the call but it was like it was a horrible horrible engineer thing the sucking power on that thing well was I got Albany nine I understand but but that they knew they had a mediocre product it was like we're selling this anyway they sold a hundred million of them and they're still available out there I would imagine the twenty nineteen version that green is better than I think those are a lot better yeah all right they it's version still exist they cost between thirty and ninety dollars. in nineteen seventy eight so they were developed in seventy four and seventy eight they eliminate the throw away dirt filter bag and reuse a use a washable reusable filter bag and instead there is a dust buster in the Smithsonian museum in Washington DC an amazing story of success I think it's amazing what it was made for was made for it was made from NASA yeah most things come from NASA. they're wonderful stuff does yeah but you think NASA would say Hey this thing sucks can you get a lot more power on it I mean literally was a we cannot suck up anything well maybe they maybe they downgraded at the NASA version for her I mean I like yeah this is it we can't mass produced okay gotcha so their last let's let's dumb it down I remember it like it was so exciting we first got the first dust buster like I think my mom like trick me I'll go clean with the dust buster you know I I got. the stairs yeah I got tricked into vacuum yeah there's the dust buster which probably took forty five minutes how did you have stairs in a log cabin well you'd be surprised to get a second for a good but I do I just want to remember the dust buster miraculous product that was awful I'm a little shout out I got in back to the future too was it what when she when he buys the the the dust jacket on the sports betting book at all yeah and if you're in the dust here's a nifty little thing he does but other laughter exactly right I back to the fall I just want to throw out some props and some shade to the dust buster Allah joins us on the market show hello out. yeah hi how you doing buddy what's going on brother another stayed alive in a call or a stuffed call hogs you should know that being that you're from Connecticut that's a clan. that is a client that's right very good with some sort of a sausage in there right. right she said I am bored you said east exactly we so we grow up I don't know I don't know if this is insulting or not and I apologize if it is out but the town two towns away from us maybe four towns with F. was naga talk Connecticut okay a I had. JYJ Portuguese population and we would play them and football and my buddy who used to play for Nagasaki goes call the Portuguese kids pork chops they hate it if yes that was that an insult no not not at all I'm really welcome Portland island but then I live in Bristol allowing for quite a while okay that would be great Portuguese community back well it still is but now only been down here south down here in the south and by the death of the foods understood will get the coke in the P. that so it's not a racial slur if I call Portuguese person a pork chop no not me all right fair enough thank you out good to hear from you West Virginia food not something Oliver try fried squirrel. that's Appalachian living right there fried squirrel o'neill talks about cooking hunting and cooking squirrel whatnot stewed squirrel not likes it but fried likely we're gonna deep fry a squirrel in twenty nineteen ninety beats corals him is in low over Tim Walker the show how ice there. 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"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

17:20 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"On a branch and you'll fighting because you've both seen one below and then. Najran crashed into the ruffled slaves and made the jackets and they became Tame Black Crows and the camera the tonight cameras on the floor sheeting up and they fought for the one on the studio floor and that's what make the pet so it wasn't about you. Go just to the left. You're stunning. You're sexy Oho. You're you'll fabulous. It was your crow and you'll fighting for one and they even they took off that she's in. They started hitting one another with us to get the the one that wasn't a worm that wasn't abroad that wasn't a crow but it became an avid on pitcher and he did that time and time again that character play and then that's what I now compete ESA. So how does the Tim Walker picture become a Tim Walker picture. what's your equivalent of telling the Girls Two Black Crows on burn which I think is that is that playfulness and I think it's encouraging everyone who I'm working with just to be open to possibilities of mistake. I think it's always been mistakes and the always things the time they come in they. They sound and crazy to do them but no we can't do that. We can't the best place play play. How do they come. Those ideas. Do Dream came to dream They come. They come from the same places that you look at books and film stories. People tell you all incidences notices. You're going about your life or historical facts but they come in the M. Mix so you mix up a historical fact with a contemporary thing you've seen on the straight with a an old painting mixed with them a piece of melodic muscle ingredients the make the recipe I mean the show wonderful things it is as you said it's you'll love letter to the Vienna and their incredible bowl resources that they have here that span millennia and every single creative endeavor. You can think of a human being embarking on when did that relationship ships start because it feels to me. It's very what you were just saying Bat jawing and so many disparate elements to make the images just it feels that that is the this is an essential expression of that this this exhibition avoid nine the vein a be growing up in this country we will come on school trips intone and so he knew it was about but I think that the the the actual will commission from the night work on this project a came from a series of photographs. I did that exhibited in this exhibition based on the garden of Earthly Delights unanmous Bush painting the Vienna Soul photographs taken inspired by that painting and then they thought well you know if you can make those photographs based on the guard Murphy Delights. We've we've had a museum stacked with the most extraordinary desperate eclectic notion humankind's articulation of beatty. Could you go there some much. I mean it goes from a something from Catherine Hamlet teasha to a ring dug up up in in the desert from five thousand. BC The time is so desperate and whether you're looking at pieces stained glass or metal work or an exquisite Asian Hindi storytelling illustration as some much but what the common thread is is it's. It's an articulation of beatty. I think it's like the most sublime. Bt that when you look food in your take them to the cloth workers or storage unit summer Martin Avena and the pillow droll and as a gray folks and it's called a string round they open that and then there's another box inside that in tissue PIPO inside that there's a a black glove that so the embroidery in the glove is so sublime line and so unbelievably beautiful nice that's Elizabeth I writing loves and you're just everything said like like a explosion in your head said of like his extraordinary to thank those gloves in that box belonged don't Elizabeth the first and that's how she would she held onto the reins of the whole in those jobs any look the embroidery and it's just yes he is. It's unbelievably. Beautiful will now each of the rooms in the exhibition. You have chosen objects from the museum's two Million Object Archive and you've built your weld around around it can be as tiny. Here's a snuff box the room. The Room met expands adverse single snuff bones. Is the perfect example yeah. How did you confronted by the so much choice. How did you select the said you based on. What you initially you go to the Vienna new you spend in a year going round anything disconnect everything just really it was such a an extraordinarily narrowly the privilege. I think of the commission and you really want to honor that privilege wholeheartedly and and truthfully and really engaged everything they have and I realized that that was impossible. I the there's no way you can see everything so oh then I just kind of let go a bit relaxed and just sort of delved into celebrity surprising places in the particularly that little snuff books folks comes from a collection that Vienna hold the actually are there was nothing in in that collection that was tool interesting and I should have really not relating to anything anything that I was looking at and then that one it'll magical snuffed books wishes the size of the matchbooks and then when you look at it as a whole world within it is like a magical Gaudin at night time with a prince or Princess Woking Dragon. Can picking flowers that grow on a full name. It's almost too small for me to say Deanna the incredible and that immediately it. I don't know who made the snuff box. I can achieve now. Tell you what year was made assembly nineties right seventeen ninety five but I think just the the explosion when you look at something of that beauty humaid it where it's come from year his that's not the point. The point is whoever made it that articulation of beauty and refinement in skill will and sensitivity and Gross Romanticism touched me it really really touched me an illuminated me and then that illumination as owner need as we needed sort of like yes explosion that goes off new had all you want to do is make response to that as token you you can immediately see this whole landscape grow out in front of you and we know exactly healthy onerous see what I think is extraordinary is that each of those objects inspired a body of work when you from you which you which at and the body of work was something you did editorially annual fashion work so this project is wonderful things project which has been going on for what three years yes. He is actually shake your entire. Output Your Professional. It wasn't just something you were doing on the side it shape shape your entire professional out everything. I mean when you see it here. I think that that to me is obviously I've seen older shoots when you did the magazines things like I D and Vogue. Everybody else set you up for and to see the genesis album. It's this big picture. Here is enthralling rolling. I think is very important to me that the pictures were in the in magazines in culture it today because I think that was something else I want to honor all those historical objects and Magnum very contemporary so even though they published in magazines jeans and if you'll vote in the fascist g much seen some of the pitches but then when you come back and he see they've come from right you say the genesis of that. That's that's where the hall of the Mozzarella's. I think the most poignant room is the room with is he a model thing with yeah and the Baltic Sangram the attack room the I think it has the bucks teenage girls senior girl. May that is the most poignant room for me too. It's and she made that box when in the sixteen sixteen seventy and she before that trinity she's the crossing is treasury books to put COULDA casket it and on the outside the panels embroidered intricate embroidery of Chivalrous Knights Kissing princesses people on hoses is uniforms moths and caterpillars and touching that a fifteen year old girl would Creighton object such. Bt because it was well he was crating. I'm secret secret drools where she could love letters in her jury. Hush secret things have most treasured treasured things and then had a lock on it and it's sort of like it felt like an iphone today the Senate I dare of will that we carry out funds lost lost mine. This morning refounded same Josie. If you're few that we keep it. They are treasure boxes. We keep a photographs on them McKee. You keep messages we we they are our private worlds that is is some potent and energies found that yeah incredibly touching and then you extemporised to James Fences private world old we way you photograph him in the House he grew up in yeah which is where backup quite grim yet by gray and he went in grim and he's China's very beautiful man very romantic figure and he most interesting what was interesting for me was that he feels more beautiful as a woman and then he comes down to London and he transformed himself and he dresses dresses up and he looked goes to the Vienna any looks Lizard Bethan costuming exit looks at fifty could churn he takes that own and becomes his most beautiful self but she's a woman and I think that whole bridge from Tottenham looking at periods of history what people will wearing him going out clubbing dancing with friends in that remmel has friends on the wall they were and then you can see echoes of Cheetah collapse you consume in Elizabeth in Russell. You can see history in the club I've seen in in London with him and his friends and that was the the love letter to the little fifteen year old girl who created her world in sixteen seventeen with her immaculate heartfelt embroidery hair. It's being able to sing again in a contemporary way and that obviously that's super talk. Oh Mum that's identity and self creation and the sort of gender fluidity I guess but but I think throughout all the rooms in wonderful things what you become really aware of is how transformative the power of the imagination said it's not just you being inspired by the object that some people made the object even conceive of the object then you put James Fence in the Boston Garden Mike the like you imagine that that swelled in his head very vivid surreal environment with there are no rules and why he can be well he wants to be. It's his the freedom fame to express himself and would be what he wants to be. which is the the most thrilling point of humanity the honesty to to say what you are is is photography that that's what I want? That's that's what I live foil so that kind of people joined to generally. I see on the wall. He yeah whether it's Tilda swinton will eat well. Oh Beth Ditto yeah in the it's a very strong sense sense of of people who will go wherever you want them to go or debating there and you're taking a picture away. I think that they they inspired me because maybe when I was younger I couldn't go more. I wanted to go. I felt said if chained by expectations or cultural societies some sort of repression I suppose than to see an exist and work in collaborate with the people that are liberated. Thanks very an own that beauty in all. The extremities of beauty is really positive thing on his barring. Thanks I mentioned the Sitwell that little bit is is is that's not the Vivian Lee Wig as from Streetcar named his is that was in the Vienna's archives the wing that Vivien Leigh Warren Street counting disaster and extraordinary story that with the I went to one of the departments here and there was really old object walk to know whether it was sort of an an taxidermy animal can walk out what it was and it was wrapped in neon a neon orange net as well. It's that and that Oh that's Vivian wake that she wore industry named desire and it's yet is the character of `Blanche launch. What's so exciting is discovered the the the original wake maker. Gwen Franklin from nineteen fifty is alive and living in London and she's now in the late eighties and she's going mm to reset the wake for archive as Blanche Dubois and she lives in the Barbican analysis. That's extrordinary story and and then we're going through Cecil Beaton telegrams and he sent to latitude Vivien Leigh's husband Lawrence Levy saying nothing not what was going on Broadway this year in the forties but this is this is young playwright Tennessee Williams. He's ANA this play a streetcar named desire and I think Vivian really should read that script she could she could really enjoy that and so it's interesting that beaten crated. Vivian Lees launch it was him he was the catalyst..

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"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Toys in made the maison was what made that Pitcher you assisted Abbott on your assisted Richard Add on and I noticed it was a is a quote from from him in in in the show where he he'd be advice he gave you was the The subject comes although end in the technique yet. Don't don't ever ever ever get complicated away down in props all complicated lighting flash systems that are. GonNa fuck up you you just go to the person in front is the goals that is what everything is. That is the absolute point of your that. The decisive moment is what's Infront do feel you've come to understand that better with time though that when you go into the capital of the nude for yeah yeah and and it's so graphic that room it's quite stock and like I said before it's doc it's quite erotic and that feels else to me like the sensibility that you acquire with age and experience Zena appreciation. I never would have taken needs previous said never would have I've known how to an eye has just young with age. You understand that certain people really comfortable expressing themselves need and I think again. It's like the poetry you talk to them and discuss what they want to do. In you navigate you'll camera with responsibility and with immense respect you can cry incredibly be fooled need pictures. I think that's where I'm at the moment I found that really thrilling work with people that the won't collaborate in that way I think again because he's Dipoto poed opposite to Hashem photography which is if a portrait of a subject on white plain white background is the antithesis this to a baroque fantasy set than a need study is the antithesis to fashion photography you it's such a celebration of flashlight. Ashley Rooms is all type says you've got. Beth Ditto and then you've got some Oliver Bailey the fitness instructor and Kate Monson Awesome extraordinary series of pictures based on Angela coaches but the magic toy shop with a twist united. They all all of abating photos. He's beautiful man but it's like Francis Bacon's pacing paintings of George Dyer than they've all got a a subtext I am you know it's so beauty's in the eye the bowel the and and I could see something about out of a baby that was instantly bacon. It was his bacon and it who is just he's he's. He's not a performer either. He's he's. He's a spokesman. So how'd you get a spokesman to perform become an oath to his bacon painting and yeah it was a really interesting clumsy the difficult and then when you start to see a way in to Francis Bacon world or or an then yes such exciting anyone anyone he's really interesting. A friend of mine said to tomat- she's a stylist our allies code and she said is really interesting photographing people because everyone has something anyone you could just walk out. Blindfold will come to bus in the fifth person along the seat they everyone has something and the responsibility responsibility of the photographer is to find a bt in anyone because everyone has something in a way that's the challenge of photography but it's also the freedom of Talk Radio Man. You've got you've got so much. Easy access in with the camera is a is a very convenient tool to access. I think the camera the camera gives reason it justifies one's presence somewhere and it justifies these peculiar meetings when you're photo during a tried to someone he don't you knew no because the celebrated a celebrated writer that celebrated artists you've never met them before and by virtue of the camera they all sitting being in front of you that that's this of light when I was starting out as talk for us to use my dog on a let my dog off and then I'll be snooping around trying to find a location take pitches and I thought if my dog was off and then I would be trespassing. Essentially the people come chesting have lost my dog. My dog inside the the camera is the allows you into places and gives you a reason to be the so it's it. It's not a distancing thing that it's actually makes it actually creates an intimacy. I think the camera doesn't the distance. I think if you're going to photography am with the personal photographing you'll with them. You'll use your oh celebrating them. You want them to look amazing. You want them to look glorious. That's what you'll that today. mcq cameras mainly am a black box. You put between you and then and it's it's yeah. It's a tool of intimacy. How did you come to photography kind of I didn't think cameras or can be incredibly complicated. Am things and I sort of like I don't think I can you know 'cause working with Avedon for example it will the he was put the subject. I his his camera. His technique was actually quite complicated. He worked on the tenny camera with flash full flash. Show six flashlights going off a sore eight win machines. It was incredibly dramatic. Complicated setup often even though his his mantra was keep it simple I never ever thought I could I could ever and I wasn't interested in in the camera and the workings of the camera and then I discovered a very very simple camera. That would be kind of the equivalent. I suppose of an iphone today just the anyone can just hit the button on the phone is called the camera icon on it's it works it was a Pentax k one thousand that Sam the most simple simple simplest camera you can use and once I discovered that that that that was how I went forward I was. I was always yeah so I could damage it but that's how I did it but it feels it feels to me like like your you'll inspiration. Driving Force was your own imagination nation. I love that line from your mother about guy out. Go out into the God and you don't move mothers should be saying to their kids. I guess funds in the computer. You'd go out to the garden and use you imagine easier medicine action. That feels like something that's various how I was brought up. Yes she visited like Doc. Reno has any child his that Bodo they didn't want to do side. Make it up make something happen. Make make it happen. She was of that yeah that's how she bought my brother and I up to make use your imagination. Get out into the garden and find something the nation in many ways so so because it's so perverse but it said powerful new pictures you grew up with fairies the bottom of your garden yet by Marsha I mean I think so ch- comfort comfort and reassurance from nature and being outside and I think that's where I came from and I think that's why I go walking in. You get ideas. nature's a source of and would you say that that has sort of infused your work with almost kind of pagan spirit that there is a sort of you've say Celtic I wouldn't I wouldn't say I wouldn't know if this is sort of. I wouldn't say there was a Celtics Fan. I don't know I think it should have been night. Lean in May that I think so many stories in senses in Moods and ghosts of ancient ancient landscapes that are inescapable that they they kind of that still living in a I'm living in May yeah because we'll work is so distinctive on every phase of the stuff we in this exhibition. The oldest set the the new stuff. It's so it feels like I love the idea of something coming through. You know that you will just a medium and I think in a way I think that a lot I think that I think the stories images visions regions are living things that exist in the ether and then they use these us to articulate themselves. I think I think a lot of the ideas I've had I you get a vision of something and it is often can come just very very serendipitous -ly like you're out walking like a sale. You'll be reading something and it is not what you're reading that you'll sing. It reminds your something. Something comes through it. It's sort of in the air and then I think mainly you as a person of that to make that give that story life. You'll you'll the conduit. You'll the yeah the point you make about. When you're taking a still sometimes his a gust of wind or something we should you will doing a movie but Mia this just a strange eccentric moment that view is is about being alive. I guess it's just life. I think any photograph if if any photograph if it was how I provision is that that is all I be really disappointed. I think that all the photographs the just seen as mistaken mistake in order them it is something went Rome. Something surprised may someone did something that helped make a kit. Nothing was as I planned it a tool at we had the plan in the organization to be that but something went beyond and made it something that floored me when I looked for the V. Finding and took that photograph it really it exceeded expectations stations so I often think it's not me making that it's something else and now I can only now think that is just visions are waiting to be found in. I'll take elected the fourth dimension the full dimension who who did you consider to be mental when you when you started making images. I think that when I thus I started out as just nobody young assistant there was some really sweet people that the I was small fry. Nothing people like Sarah Jane Whole Sarah Jiang was Sucha support. It was hard that said you have to go to New York to what with. She said he had to go to one of L. Goat which has Silas She was yeah she was and she said you have to go to neocon learn and dependent beginning apprenticeship she was uses she was. I mean many many people. She's very very early. Another young she helped main navigated things but it's so interesting you will you win with Avedon and you'll fighters remotely like yeah. I three of them yeah yeah but I think the I mean it would be a shame if they were because that said will you know Abbott terribly sad glad to repeat the pitches that Adam did but there's a definitely a way of to king you'll subjects six and I copy that from Abidine he had such a a great way of getting performance so a lot of people a photograph photograph that note performance a tool like Margaret Atwood. She's she's not a performer but love fashion and open-mindedness us in a good mood on the day she was very up for playing so I'm equipped with an ability of how to get performance play reacting character play from the time when assisted avalon because he was so good at that so for example I remember we're doing the assault she campaign and the two models Kristen McMenemy Knowledge Almond Almond with dressed in black facade she seats in shoulder pads little mini skirts and Craig White Stiletto Cheese and they came out and I looked to the models as an assistant standing that with the light working with with evidence. How is he going to navigate. How is he going to make these very ordinary. what quite close to see how is he gonNa tell until Richard Avedon photograph and he decided then he looked at them and he said you'll you'll crows you'll buds annual.

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"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

15:59 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"The taking pitch Lee McQueen because I'm celebrating. I'm not taking a pitch of Tim Walkers impression impression of Lee McQueen throughout all the rooms and wonderful things what what you become really aware of is how transformative power of the imagination and said it's. It's not just you being inspired by the object. It's people who made the object. There's a definite melancholy. Toko Fay's inescapable click the Cama goes and then you like goes the beauty that's it it's done and then you have a photograph and that's a to d representation of something that was sublime hi this is Imran Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to the podcast this week as London fashion week was taking place fashion. Insiders were already buzzing.

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"tim walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Prime time coverage is over out of Pebble Beach, carry woodland after three rounds has a one shot lead over Justin Rose, and four over Cup co Louise ties in also, minus seven shows really minus seven Rory is at minus six mccutcheon, her have minus five. Good-looking leaderboard. I like Khan Sunday, woodland arose. Hold up KEPCO will win it. Oh, going out on a limb is only down four. We are talking about the trade. We've had the decision. Now, the trade, Anthony Davis, Lakers, give up their entire future to try and get some instant branding in hope with Durant down Klay Thompson down, Golden State, probably a lower. You know seven eight seed in the playoffs. Lebron Anthony Davis Galet into Kumba Walker with coups Ma they could win the west, I would think I don't think they can win the Westwood just Davison, LeBron. But man to man game. Who can handle that? Abroad outside on the wing dumping down the Davis. But will they share the basketball? So I need your FIBA gonna first question of the night with the addition of Davis at enough to make the Lakers champion a year from now. What's missing did they give up too much? Join us live it, what eight five five two one two four CBS that's one eight five five two one two four to seven. At saturday. Huge on Twitter. And so Saturday night, Hild show on Facebook. Go to Larry in Cleveland listening ninety two point three FM. You're on the Saturday night. Huge show. Huge layer. I happy day two dads out there, too. Happy Father's Day to your dad. Yes, What's his name? James. James, heavy Father's Day. What's on your mind? The deal. Dave's gonna Brian the move. Major. But they did it their win now. And I know the salary on what's specially with books look like right now. But with Steven Kerr Rondo to come off the books. I believe. What do you think? Visit Bush should be willing to the luxury tax wherever it takes to win right now. Oh, I think the Lakers, I would they gave up to get into the Davis. It's a sign of desperation that they have hit rock bottom that they're worse than the Nixon terms of image, and that says allied, and they gave up everything the over the luxury tax will do whatever they can to try and have a deep playoff run next spring. Same scenario here in Cleveland. Looking at right now. We have get kyri Kevin and the players base over paid for. Walker to Cairo. Lot. I know there's boss. About curry about the great finish or healthy. He is. And what you take right now. Tim walker. Who'd you rather have Kemba likes to score kyri will have is forty point game? But then he'll have twelve assists. He's not stuck on wanting his number. I think with points think Walker likes to score. So you got some things going on. A lot of reports out there that, you know, Kevin Durant met with Kyrie in New York with the Knicks give him a big deal, then he waits. But then Kyrie is there? I don't know. Nets are talking about, Dan. Okay re so there's a lot going on right now. This off season in the NBA is going to be insane at already is. Arkansas where? Was signed with the nets, some true or not. Russell. Well, you know, again, what you were here, like RIC Bucur yesterday Durant, and Kyrie or and talks to play together. But now kyri sees Anthony Davis would LeBron does he divert in LeBron. If he can't get Walker. Could he convince Kyrie maybe not the nets not go play with the Knicks with Durant, but come with us right now because I have you join us, I think we could win the west of maybe when the NBA next June. You're right. Right now, the same thing or Cleveland. Spacing. On the wing. Gary and got with Dr lane score. The brand Lakers more shooters to well, printer bench and conditions. With the goals, they were going to be pretty tough to beat buddy. Thanks.

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"tim walker" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on KTRH

"Barnes was dead. When paramedics arrived was a second grader at Monaghan elementary school. In Sheldon, ISD, Harris County sheriff Atkins, Allah says they are looking for a white man in his forties with the beard. Anyone who has any information about this homicide is urged to call the sheriff's office. West Virginia's Dana Holger sin will become the university of Houston's next head football. Coach making four million dollars a year for the next five years Alderson replaces major Applewhite who was fired Sunday after going fifteen to eleven with three ball losses in two plus seasons. The Cougars finished eight to five this season and lost to the army seventy two fourteen in the armed forces ball. UT fans are looking forward to a major bowl today. The longhorns are set to play in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans for the first time since nineteen ninety five when they face off against the FCC powerhouse Georgia BULLDOGS tonight at about seven. Seven forty five BULLDOGS are top five team. They gave defending champion Alabama a very close game. Earlier this month in the SEC championship game before losing kickoff tonight at seven forty five. We'll get coverage underway on sports talk. Seven ninety at six forty five cliff Saunders. Newsradio seven forty KTAR H, and we're approaching twelve oh three oil prices were up as of the last trading. They have two thousand eighteen but they're still registered their first yearly loss in three years. International. Benchmark Brent crude rose fifty six cents a barrel to fifty three seventy seven west Texas intermediate crude picked up forty four cents to forty five seventy seven a barrel for the year. Brent is off nearly twenty percent. After two years of growth WTI is down about twenty four percent for the year. President Trump is not letting up on his demand for a border wall as partial government shutdown lingers into the new year, President Trump says without a wall. There can be no real border. Security in a tweet that is his first public response to a plan from House Democrats to reopen. The government this week in that tweet the president calls the offer so imaginative the package from Democrats expected vote when they take control of the house on Thursday would fund most federal agencies impacted by the shutdown through September homeland security would be funded into early February with more than a billion dollars for border security. But no wall money. Senate Republicans say they won't take action on a Bill that doesn't have the president's support in Washington Jared Halpern. Fox News, a new leader for the Pentagon taking the rains today as secretary of defense. Jim Mattis step down on New Year's Eve without a ceremony. Instead he transferred power to his deputy Patrick Shanahan over the phone in his first statement to the forces Shanahan said quote as acting secretary of defense. I now look forward to working with President Trump to carry out his vision officials say one of the biggest threats Shanahan faces is China who launched a new type of bliss. Missile from a submarine in November while Shanahan started the day is acting defense chief he makes his first public appearance Wednesday morning when you rise for work at the Pentagon at the Pentagon, Lucas Tomlinson. Fox News, a New Orleans suburb. Police chief says his social media post about methamphetamine contaminated with the Zeke virus was just a stunt. Harahan police chief Tim Walker says he did it to draw attention to a nationwide drug epidemic. The department's post on Saturday said meth in any area of Louisiana might be contaminated with Zico virus is that people who bring meth to their local police station or call police to come to their home would get a free test. Walker said Sunday the post was fake and meant only to raise awareness of drug abuse. Walker said there's no reason to believe the mosquito borne virus can contaminate Matt..

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Oil posts first year of losses since 2015

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Oil posts first year of losses since 2015

"After two years of growth WTI is down about twenty four percent for the year. President Trump is not letting up on his demand for a border wall as partial government shutdown lingers into the new year, President Trump says without a wall. There can be no real border. Security in a tweet that is his first public response to a plan from House Democrats to reopen. The government this week in that tweet the president calls the offer so imaginative the package from Democrats expected vote when they take control of the house on Thursday would fund most federal agencies impacted by the shutdown through September homeland security would be funded into early February with more than a billion dollars for border security. But no wall money. Senate Republicans say they won't take action on a Bill that doesn't have the president's support in Washington Jared Halpern. Fox News, a new leader for the Pentagon taking the rains today as secretary of defense. Jim Mattis step down on New Year's Eve without a ceremony. Instead he transferred power to his deputy Patrick Shanahan over the phone in his first statement to the forces Shanahan said quote as acting secretary of defense. I now look forward to working with President Trump to carry out his vision officials say one of the biggest threats Shanahan faces is China who launched a new type of bliss. Missile from a submarine in November while Shanahan started the day is acting defense chief he makes his first public appearance Wednesday morning when you rise for work at the Pentagon at the Pentagon, Lucas Tomlinson. Fox News, a New Orleans suburb. Police chief says his social media post about methamphetamine contaminated with the Zeke virus was just a stunt. Harahan police chief Tim Walker says he did it to draw attention to a nationwide drug epidemic. The department's post on Saturday said meth in any area of Louisiana might be contaminated with Zico virus is that people who bring meth to their local police station or call police to come to their home would get a free test. Walker said Sunday the post was fake and meant only to raise awareness of drug abuse. Walker said there's no reason to believe the mosquito borne virus can contaminate Matt.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"That's absolutely love all of that where are you at with your talk the hearing you talk about these two gay men where'd you feel you know i think i think because of of being free personally did really taking that and putting that back into my work so sort of like without actually that just happened to then i found myself in a very raw vulnerable in myself and i got i'd never been a therapist for my life i thought therapy was something that happened in america understand you know i came from a family where it would be inconceivable garcia therapist and i think that having been through that heartbreak got heartbreak translates into photograph beautiful thing you've been turned upside down your psyche has just been flipped and your world has gone from north to south and i think that you see things why does have to be about a woman in a pitch why can't be a man there is a a man and he's an amazing performer and he's great why why can why not be black why can all these things why can orange not be read is just a thing that's where i'm at right now i'm just very questioning of it's like the gnomes is it is it gnomes that you've worked within i think is just i'm just being rebelling against everything in myself you get very excited by the opposite so i think because i've been flipped personally i'm looking for ways or not looking for his arm existing in a realm of flipped here.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Gay men who are so i would say not out shine people stella tennant or easy camel but they definitely are up there interesting war is it is it what what do they bring to they are they bringing a similar grab a pen and paper spring brings own clubs like like today to bring it's my favorite i want to do they what today's two guys what are they bringing didn't didn't something that women have something the best women have actually the best women models have they it's a quietness i think it's very subtle i think it's like if you act and you over act it really is that actually if you don't have to sometimes that can be incredibly powerful and these two guys they just got this little millimeter movement of that and then the head and that is what to do their neck because i can't tell people what to do try that to to tell people how it always goes back to the same place about how i think someone should fit into photograph and it gets very repetitive and boring so as a photographer you're always looking for someone who can walk into your view on your window and do some things staggeringly beautiful that you can't articulate or direct so that goes back to a lot of having conversations of people before you take pictures and having a the media friendship it such a curious thing but i do i do i really love that meeting people in becoming best friends very very quickly very backwards.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"And then now i'm no longer in relationships his lucky we did and then i wouldn't on my own i wouldn't know because i'm newly on my own so i'm just is just the last thing i'm not thinking about having been in a relationship eighteen years our our his where it was it was so weird when all ended and then say i four months five months were literally wrecking religiously floored me is completely like changed world gay coach at the pendulum swung from we went i was like you know colored like you went to bars you know whole notion of grinder i mean how many apps on the phone now having a choksi up yeah it's faizy grandfather was gay and he was having electroshock therapy join rid him of two generations ago you're so then he then when he dies we find all these letters as were we knew the this guy but he married at my father and let very on realized life really yeah i think that's it's awful so then two generations later i could go on an now and meet someone on worry all wrote how strangers that dick pic those make you feel like it's also much easier but it's not as different at sarka dotted book about just so interesting i mean you know move this guy for eighteen years end now i'm just like oh my god it's a fucking jungle out there a new it was a jungle but it's not only john it's fucking swamp so now the whole rimet of dates.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"That i remember thinking they will come year when suddenly the management doesn't mention meeting account to me and i thought that was funny in itself is never mentioned happened to the coming anyway paper we've got castro 'em when you open then you quality street tin for christmas did you ever do racy the first calendar all the second condo i did they clearly copying as any other photo like this james dean and then you end up looking like basil brush and they put me in jeans and a twinkie i was a twin you were i know still learning mccown not the reiter meeting these chocolate and i was in jeans that's it with a toothbrush with my mouth thing google with awful highlights to engrossed what year was that the one to incident two thousand three topless will young topless toothbrush i know how to such these two point oh yeah james franco shirtless count face no nothing i can i say topless people with two i in them out is the thing though it's just that kind of like every day oh it's just oh it's just me i could be a boyfriend just brushing my teeth the thing is i wasn't brushing my teeth i was landing there ever the toothbrush plunked into my mouth i wasn't even in a bathroom where we go pick a winner william do we pick a winner i like i like the that one that doesn't help for listeners.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Because we've got the man the legend tim walker is this week's guest we thought yeah he's a good photographer but he's not as good as you listeners and so we said tweet us the funniest photo in your phone and tell us the story behind it cab c has got a paper cut out of him abundant and a picture of him with them abundant an another one kept he i think he's a fan of emma benton my friends know how much i looked bicycles grab as abundant kabul cut out from we love pop nightclub my father told 'em upon them to shut up and sit down at a concert with spice and she'd come at no he she was late and he went you're late be quiet and sit down really came into the same box it was at the alcohol isn't that funny but is amazed and went up to matthew williamson news address designer and said hey you make frocks my mama's like people say fox anymore cupcake and co me the night before i flew to lincoln holiday when the girl applying my spray ten asked if i'd like the new extra dog i had no idea just extra cupcake has gone to town he had a serious brayton have you used vote had to do it for the show of the i well had it done you not meant to shower then for that evening at about julie has said goes weekend away with granny theme working the nam fashion that of bingo and zimmer frame racing my god julie dressing up is my favorite thing to do for address.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Brilliant yeah good sending visions today i tell you that this week i fell into i fell into one of the rows of sees yet because i have to run to the back and i miss timed it and i thought i was at the back to run along there no sees and i missed it by one i went and litsch discharged into the rope fell over onto people are madam so it's been difficult i crashed and it's very hard tell you the hardest thing is intending say chephren i say to you guys when you came in having a shit time but you know when you're in the work situation i wonder if you relate to this and how are you and i'm like i'm fine i'm fine i can barely shit you know what i mean so that's hard anyway my brother's been amazing and he put me the bag of like different selections of chocolates from chocolate show corners and that sway that these research pieces on the table those guests you those are from animals missing bobby bobby mccain's pick up the dog that's been staying for three weeks and they gave given me determent moons couple of both those weeds yeah no the quote me some sweets and some soaks i will be bidding them for the iphone case that will be really yeah bobby was sweetness and light i thought eastern is in live chewed up calvin kleins my iphone case and a couple of pairs of mucci soaks both know even exchanged four julie rogers in rhesus piece for office when i'm say armani socks probably three.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Hello and welcome to this week's episode of hemisphere pins brought to you by the is will young i'm christopher sweetie comment what is getting show on the road up ron potent is still doing smut off yeah could be the anagram of the week what is always eight letters isn't it is it yeah did it off got three letters that's me s yes of their brand partners william it's the reason that we get here chew over jolly rancher and talk about the lgbt rainbow of color that shoots into our life on a weekly basis with that campaign where rope and how are you i'm dell i know you to that question i'm delicate can i tell you why please because i've been having this treatment i'm not gonna talk about it in case it doesn't work because i want to get it for free it's very good treatment that helps thanks tim depression post traumatic stress and having time as wake because it was i was free as a be loose as a goose it's like move the shackles then came crashing down the night friday so had a hell of a hell of an awful time and just doing the shows is hard miniature oh no sorry i didn't what you're up to the gosh well i dos yeah it's ballroom and the pickety fits we are having tickets available they they're sending like hotcakes having stemming ovation surely been having standing ovations he was a difficult to get one last night actually come motherfuckers you'll getting out so do you make them stand up ice cream in them until they stand up.

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"tim walker" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"tim walker" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Anyways i guess there were some apps that you wouldn't expect to see a somebody says something about a queue arco that you wouldn't expect to see so there was some unreleased stuff on this phone for sure well this video somehow or another got popular and i say that only because the the young woman who id who had filmed it and put it on youtube had said you know i have in so many words i have no followers i don't know how this became popular center cetera but somehow or other did and they have since fired her dad they fired this engineer and you know tim walker wants to know how we feel about that in my initial reaction was man that's that's kind of crappy because the thing wizardy announced everyone knew what it was like what's the big deal but then i found out well there was some unruly software on there and you know maybe this q our code thing and some i guess there may have been a codename or two shown on the screen at one point or another and that made me less confident that apple was being a bunch of jerks and then i was reminded of win marco you and i went to apple last year in 2016 and we went to i'll one or one i'll i always get it backwards we went to the the main building and then we went to the theatre the that they would occasionally product announcements in and there's a steve jobs crowe quote outside the theatre and in i think both of us are certainly i took a picture of it put it on like instagram or something i've had in one of our mutual friends who works at apple actually privately ropy and was like who is leading you take a picture on campus that's bs.

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