20 Burst results for "Tinker Bell"

"tinker bell" Discussed on Family Stories

Family Stories

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on Family Stories

"Everyone is grandpa Jimmy. Your. House, and you're listening to the family and stories podcast. I'd be willing to bet that very few of list we'll recognize the name of my very special guests today. But if I told you the role she played in an amazing movie, I would be willing to bet that everyone of you no matter your age have seen in love the character she brought to life on the screen. This lovely woman lived in Hollywood for the first ninety years of her life. So you might guess she's over ninety. She started acting at the as four when she played the role of a ferry and the nineteen thirty five film midsummer night's dream. She's appeared in the anti-graft, the show, the lone ranger and many more so many I could not possibly list them. But what she's best known for began with an audition call at the Disney studio in nineteen. Fifty. One. And with that, I want to introduce my guest. Margaret Carey Margaret Walk to the PODCAST. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Lovely introduction appreciated while you're more than welcome. It's just a blessing to have you here but let's get right to what did you audition for Disney Working at Twentieth Century Fox. At that time as an assistant director, I've been a dancer, all of my life I still dance on stage by the way do. You should hear the whose laws. Anyway. I got a call from my agents who said. Can you get the day Because they're interviewing for a part of drian half inch tall sprite who doesn't talk. And I thought well. I really she said it should. I said I'll be there at six am in the morning. Everybody, in Hollywood wanted to work. The wonderful things he was doing. They didn't tell me what the carriage wash. Up to the gate, the man with a clipboard had my name that was exciting only at Disney is it's really weird the other studios, oh? Okay and then they told me where to par and they told me where to go to mar gave. where his office was. So I did and I out like I. I. Got Lost. and. And this day call lanky man came up he says, you look lost and I said I am supposed to beat Mark Davis and he says I'll take you. I got to tell you that wouldn't have happened in any other studio. It just wouldn't. I would wandered around and he took me all the way up to the third floor and said that door there that open door there is marked office so I women and that was the first time that I found out that mark was the great animator of his name. One of the nine old men who spelled his first name M. A.. R.. So I. Win in carry my. And my little player. Introduced myself and he says, what's that? And I said well I wanted to show you a little pantomime he said wonderful and was his but I stopped code Because they're on the walls in very large pieces of white paper, I'd say about twenty two. Into sketches. Of the most wonderful. Character that you ever saw. And I wanted to see her I wanted to see more upper. But no, I had to sit down and talk to mark Davis I would clan south any so he says. Wait a minute. So we called up Jerry Ron among Jerry Jeremy Who's the over director? What are the UBER Director's overall directors of the movie and he told me it was Peter Pam. I Love Peter Pan of course, and I guess that must be Jacob Bill and so. I have to tell you him the the difference of Disney Studios? Nice Nice people that were there. was. Is. Assertive amazing because my player would those two men stopped and tried to figure it out which they did and then Mark Davis Scott down on his hands and knees and found a plunk. To plug it into. I tell you. I thought I've got to work here. I've got to. So I did that. A BE DO and many people who've seen Peter Pan Maybe you remember the scene or she lands on the Mirror I was. Years old I could do anything show anyway. I've played her I played tinkerbell. Is this little? A never seen herself in a mirror. So she's not printing herself as we are new. way of thinking about. Of Girls and boys she's looking at herself for the first time and say. Is What I look. They liked it and either Dan or maybe all next week I can't remember they called up and said. Wouldn't be convenient for you too. So you you were tinkerbell. In the day long before animation as we know it now I'm sorry I didn't mean to you were having a little trouble appearing each you. Well, I'm going to do my best to speak a little louder here and make sure we'll. Well I still am was I was Gonna Say those days. You didn't have computer animation. It was all drawings and stuff. So you had to mind this whole thing and so what they did was they would call me in and I had a one piece bathing suit. And they said, well, you eat a costume but they did my hair. She's a blonde she started out as red by the way and they changed your over to a blah. Then they said so be there at at ten o'clock is that convenient? I said. Yes. They've never I've never business before whether it was convenient and Darren the sound stage sound stage one was the whole setup at the Surrey five millimeter camera the whole camera crew. I ended up there and the first thing I said was when I stepped outside out in front of the limbs. I said Mr. Mr Davis. To be, would you like to be dickey like Betty boop or would you like to be above it all like Queen of the Fairy Barbara. We wondered to be you. And I. Said Gosh Golly I think I can do that. Sir So then he would show me. What you want to tinker bell to do in that particular scene. And I would. Process it step out in front into the lights and make the movements and make the move. He'd say I like that. Okay. Are you ready? Let's try it and so we would. Shoot it and he'd say good for everybody you say, yes, he says, okay let's take a second one for protection. and. That's what we work through 'EM. Reward I scenes in.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Know what I think yeah. I think we've destroyed accurate or not Travis Travis. He's he's opened for donations from wealthy Chinese businessmen. Should we chop this up into two episodes? We can we come back. Next is going on. We'll be back next week. Areas of what Davina starting. You've got ten seconds wells' hanging in the at this point. Deny thank you seventy seven sixty forty one for China. That's the guy. Well seven people have stayed with us. We were as high as sixteen at one point. It's van narrow stay. I'm sure they've enjoyed. It is interesting of course with doing good onstage decreased out ignorance yes the Lynch is has a ripple effect where we no longer project. Wally and the only way longer is fearful male. We disagree just as much as we did in the beginning. This was a to concessions from trevor. I don't know how you do it. Work reasonable when coughing. A beast right idealist. See probably see you next week to split but anyway say God three S. fifteen minutes off. What Three Hundred Thousand Twenty minutes? That was good wells on and site. I'd I'd have one pool faced hod autumn here surprise you might astound you to know that. I to have walked in the long cool shadow. Oddity I was once so poor. I could only afford to drive in BMW. It breaks my heart to hear your story. And although people know me as a champion of the working man and as a man of philanthropy gift forgiving names and so it is hands full that you shall be known as Trevor Tinker Bell Jin Cabal. It has noble sound. Doesn't it no don't thank me tonight? You shall henceforth be known as Tinker Bell is reward enough..

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"tinker bell" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

On the Road with Mickey

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey

"Voice actress so you have any more details about her I do. She was a voiceover actress a motivational speaker and a radio host and she originally answered on an audition call during the planning stages of the Animated Feature Film Peter Pan. The audition supervised by Disney animator. Marc Davis required her. To pantomime the motions that would eventually be animated. As tinkerbell Kerry won the audition and spent the next six months at the Disney studios. Nice Nice can you imagine if you were on Going auditions in one of the nine old men. Mark Davis says. Oh I want you to act out as Tinkerbell for us and see what you think and that could make or break whether or not you get that role. Allow that to meet no pressure no pressure but a lot of pressure. I think Pasha so so good for her. I'm glad I'm glad it worked out for and you know. Pierpont is one of our favorites for both movies and rides and Tinker Bell. I've got a picture with mommy with Tinkerbell and it's awesome picture. It's awesome. I have so I was somewhere else on the parkside day so when you came back and showed me that picture it was like Oh man. I'm jealous yeah that was cool time and know just like your picture with with Princess Jasmine. It just worked out. You know where you know. It just worked out that she was there and and we were right there. Right timing dizzy magic at its best as always Disney magic. It's amazing so that to character. My who character you know. I've struggled a little bit because the movie is so well known but it's not well known just for one character got. It's a nineties movie..

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Teaching Empathy, Self-Publishing and True Collaborative Spirit  with Beth Stafford and Jeremy Slagle

The Futur

07:33 min | 1 year ago

Teaching Empathy, Self-Publishing and True Collaborative Spirit with Beth Stafford and Jeremy Slagle

"I think there are two main things that have come from this project and one is just talking about empathy and the different ways that we can empathize with other people whether it be in their sadness or happiness and to us. That's probably the most important thing and the other thing that we've really learned is just how do you partner with somebody to work on something successfully and still like each other in the end no easy task? You laugh at his new easy tasks right. Yeah I would say the other thing is That might be worth touching on his kind of like the unintended benefits of doing a side project. Like this you know. Neither of US did this project to get rich. I mean we're basically covering the cost of books and shipping and and just doing it to do it. It's not this is not a neither of us. WanNa stop doing graphic design and and start doing children's books And so it really is a side project in a an up something that we just WanNa do for fun. But what's been really cool from an unintended side? Effects is Is that. I've had opportunities now to like speak at major conferences and workshops that I learned so many tools and tricks and tips and things that kind of pushed myself To Do to create the book that I had a wealth of information and now I'm doing workshops and it's been really really great so the things like that Have been you know things that I had anticipated but deep in beneficial. So that's great so that sounds like some Like three pillars in which we can use to guide US through this conversation. So I guess the first question a half reuse of all the things you could talk about wise empathy so important to either one of you or both of you. I think for me as a parent. I approach my parenting in a way that I'm thinking what is something that I find so important now as an adult that I can really see clearly how much it matters or what is something that I really struggle with that. I want to make better for my child moving forward and so when I saw my daughter starting to show signs of empathy towards others. I thought yes that is so important to me. I want her to look at other people and care about them and care about how they're feeling and be able to relate to them and so my initial golden writing. The book was just right for her to say. This is what I want you to be when you grow up. I want you to be a person who loves people well and so I wrote it and then I started talking to other parents. And they're telling me yes. I would love to have the story as well and so that gave me this confidence that there was a need for it that other parents also want to try to do the same thing. Take something simple like story but use it as a tool to bring about a greater good and hopefully give their kids the resources they need to be better adult grow up It sounds to me like your. Did your daughter inspire the story? Because you saw this trait in her. She did she would watch. Tv and like she would see tinker bell in a perilous situation and she would go. Oh No tinkerbell like I could see it in her face this. She was taking on the same emotions that she was seeing portrayed in the show and even now will be playing a game together and might turn won't go so well inch will say things to me like. I'm sorry Mommy I know that must make you feel really frustrated and I just think yes like. That's the way I want you to feel instead of only thinking about yourself. Yeah she'd probably make a great therapist one day. Maybe it's required to empathy. Okay so she. You're watching your daughter kind of a observing her as she interacts with the world. And that's a spark for an idea so you write the story houses story. I translated into a form that you can share with people. Did you post this as a blog or something? Something you told people I personally told people I would be sitting with a friend at lunch and I would say had this idea for a book. Do you care if I read it to you. And then I would read it to them and I would be able to see their expressions and see how they were taking it in. And so that's just basically what? I did very organically as I was sitting with people I would just bring it up and ask if they were interested to hear about it and every time people would say yes. I hope that you really make this book. Please really make this book which I mean you have to. I mean if you've ever watched American idol and you see people come on there who think that they're so great that they have a great voice and it's just because their parents encourage them. I mean there's always a part of you that things. Are you just saying you might this great friend but I genuinely thought it was a quality story that people really were connecting with so now? Let's connect this to Jeremy. Where does he come into the story? And and how does this begin Yeah so I'm really good friends with Beth's husband Ben and we were hanging out at a at the creative south conference probably three years ago now. hanging out at dinner and he you know sometimes we as designers show each other what we're working on our side projects and he pulled his phone up and he's like. Hey my wife wrote this really cute story. And I'm doing some illustrations for it. And he showed them to me and I was like aw. I was so jealous because I've always wanted to do children's book and so I I was like these are great. Ben These are really really good and they were And then we had Beth and Ben on my on my podcast about. I don't know six months later. Maybe a year later and I just we went out for tacos afterwards and I just said. Hey how's that that book going? And they kind of looked each other and then Beth looked over me. You want to illustrate it and I was just yeah I was taken aback a little bit. was not expecting that as an answer so Yeah so I was like yes. And she's like well. Maybe we should talk about like you know. It's probably not gonNA make a lot of money and it's probably you know we should probably talk to. Mike. No yes I I'm not. I don't really care about any of that. I just WanNa work with you on it. The story so great It I remember it really connecting with it when Ben shared it with me and I just I just wanted to do it so okay so bad. Take us to the trouble in paradise what happened. Oh you mean with men. Yeah you still marry right yes we are go. It was just really you know. It's things like people assume you have the skill set. He's an illustrator and so they assume that you can just do anything and really he would draw something and I'd be like that's perfect. That's what I yes that's great and he'd be like no. I don't it's not good for me. Then he would do something and I'd be like Oh but that's not quite what I had wanted and I think it got to the point where he felt like he was holding up the process because he wasn't getting it where he wanted it on his end and so at one point he's just like you know what. I just think you should find someone else and so I sat on that story for a year or more without having anybody to illustrate it and I knew it was just something I was going to have to wait for and save up my money and find the right person so when we connected with Jeremy Talking about always wanting to do a children's book I'm just sitting there like maybe I should just bring it up. I mean what's the worst thing you can do is say

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"tinker bell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To do the work you know what I mean yeah so I'm not complaining though right ladies in the mean not at all Hong Kong no no no no tomorrow tomorrow on our show don house to celebrate our trip to Disneyland don as nine fax about Tinker Bell all job at Disney world America's favorite fairy we'll talk about that tomorrow I think you're our favorite fairy thank you ever so you really appreciate that the same thanks for all of you yeah so that's coming up tomorrow on our last show before the holidays is anybody here like they don and Steve is Donna here because I know Stephen Elisabeth are gone for like a month so and I wonder who's that's going to be the fun thing of listening the next two days who's the Max I'll start I'd right now on the full ten but I heard the door open so there is someone out there Ryan overly yeah Brian's here yep okay what's good that's the check the holiday schedule and every year bea Arthur says this so we can talk about her because she's gone yeah she lives with her she was perplexed as to why everyone was gone during the holidays and she's like this cannot happen every this will not happen next year I am going to make each host for use of the web thanksgiving or Christmas we cannot do this to people because she's feels bad for those of us will actually now I'm leaving too but you know just people that are here and then everyone else leaves yeah it's hard to fill the calendar to staff it you know yes I asked to have the time so I I try to be a good boy about a year I asked you put that at the beginning of the year yeah yeah well they all and they always know my brakes it's pretty consistent I'm my my big break say they know that but no the request for you I was the you know I I did that the right way so be Arthur can yell at me I was like I baked I get a flowers flowers the donuts and saying yeah hell yeah I think it's just you know she doesn't realize they might have put it in early but she just doesn't realize till the end how many people are actually on vacation yeah right and then she gets mad at herself for not realizing that but yells at everyone else that's our be probably left I can't remember buy it now hands and we'll go back over this tomorrow as well but your you your third fourth job organizing Christmas how many more Christmases do you have how many more jobs do you have well I just I did have a panic and have to go out and buy more gas on Saturday and no gifts on Saturday were half price just so you know I it was like a month's worth of working that's what I spent all sake okay but now I'm done I got a few more presents to wrap I got a power may make meatballs today because I'm on my second back to me false starts today power meet bowling power me bawling power meatballs I mean we have the name or the night before gathering tonight and then tomorrow we have a big party and then Christmas day I have a prime rib meal the serve and then the day after Christmas I get to fall apart and watch movies yeah Hey that's great yeah a lot Hanson I know I do a lot of entertaining and I like it it's just a lot to think about when I'm doing it it's fun sure but lately the app I'm always like I over committed I'm doing too many things I'm not are you feeling though I mean are you feeling good yeah I yeah I'm feel ready okay I spent four hundred dollars a whole foods I'm ready it is so expensive it truly is and I had to buy meat for fifty people yeah media's expense right now all the vegetarians are laughing at the other plants aren't too yeah that's doubles fresh vegetables are just as expensive yes it's it's you start adding everything recall all throw party only yeah I honestly I'm on the rags over at surtax they have let their like you'll we have your customer number right here I can I will never allow god of my mother level might be saying this she she loves her but like girl she loves you very light and there's a liquor store by her her house that knows her well you know gets you know we have a kit with they have a cabin we stock updated it out we go in there Colin and I walked in there one day and we didn't know this but we walk in to get us some vodka and the the clerk whose registers right by the sliding doors as we walk in she's like hi welcome did you will here for lorries beer try back there start so there's a little bit in translation but she recognized me and college and she thought we are there to pick up like this standing orders like all my goodness I love the you know us and I love that you know that my mother in law basically is like a standing order for summer weekends he's like Hey welcome to you all were you here for lorries but I died laughing good to be a regular it is no matter where it is due to be arraigned feels good yeah is Ryan here here right I am trying sanitized the studio for him all good idea because this he needs and I want to bring this up I want to focus on it but I have gotten sick I know look we just left the nuclear reactor the wager cleaning I decided because other people have come to work sick and now I got it is the second I yes yes that's very exciting well yes it is your resident power meatball Ryan perpetrator now.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Getting okay guys in Cincinnati you guys were also cute Hey guys were so cute this is such a great movie I mean it's a great movie yeah I think one of the powers of Bob Clark the director and was she in casting she hired kids to be kids and he let them be honest there's a sense of genuine innocence and guileless missed all those children which I think is very different than what we see nowadays when kids are Willie Hollywood issue on your movies and they're only poise and Q. in yeah it remains is where the genuine nature of what's it what's so appealing about childhood is just being kind of on aware of your moment in life and blissfully unaware so I think that was one of the super powers is in all those kids you see where like that I mean I was not a bully myself I got beat up quite a bit when I was a kid because I went to a different schools before junior high all my gosh you too yeah yeah yeah and my name was back in there were no I never met another's actualizing the eleventh grade and then you know I had a miniature poodle named Tinker Bell yeah well I feel as a red head and the only redhead hero I knew as Peter Pan and his sidekick was Tinker Bell and I was sad and so it made sense to me that I named my dog Tinker Bell in my hippy mom did not correct me so that was me getting my **** kicked in every school I went to but yeah I think it was that you watch that movie in those kids are also genuine those moments are so honestly no they're acting and Peter Billingsley is just incredible in that role yes is ability to do so many levels of the motion and make it seem so easy we really put that beautifully though about the kids these days and having to be two four is this really insightful and and you know what you just so talented you're acting then was just outstanding maybe the director was part of it I don't know but it was too I mean you get work because it and there's a reason for it and and and it could of course a Christmas stories always part of your your history in the National Film Registry by the library of Congress to be culturally historically anise ecstatically significant so so that's pretty cool you know talk about we're doing now because you were telling me about all.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"But Barak you told us when you were nominated for the democratic ticket in two thousand eight that this would be the beginning of the the Klein in the sea level and what did he make this what do we make this dire observation grace but two thousand fifteen but happy yes I believe you are right I yes two thousand fifteen the other thing is now that we look back at the time that seems like such an outrageous promised to make people but now when you look at the promises the Democrats are making that really doesn't seem like a lot the sea level I mean they're promising to cure cancer to stop the world from ending Medicare for all Medicare for all they had a lot bigger goals down about rebel bomber said he didn't have a magic wand all these candidates now every candidate that's gonna be on that stage of that debate is good it's got a magic wand I I mean it may be a character Tinker Bell maybe an invisible winds but they're all claiming they have the invisible wide so some people are going to give at the you wave the wand to give reparations for black people other people are going to while wave the wand to open the borders or Medicare for all others are going to ban cow flatulence air travel actually I total combustion vehicles at what point Bernie said that people shouldn't be dying in America when they're sick so I think we're gonna live forever until the world ends now it now that's a that's when you need a big magic wand for eternal life the Turkish tuck everlasting how what how how many year was a court has Hernandez the soda so who's who searched for the fountain of youth they they searched for decades in Florida for the spawn of you nobody ever found they found Zephyr hills springs and they bottled water out of it but they never found the fountain of youth but now the Democrat candidates of found that at least Bernie has eight four four five hundred forty two forty two I'm how a car swallow.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mind by he prospectors thousands of computers churning in such places as Iceland and China solving puzzles for which successful miners are rewarded with small purses up digital coins every ten minutes the give somebody twenty five pecan cryptocurrency pioneer Vernay Gupta is the CEO of material so there's a job for us to be done taking all the transactions of John the last ten minutes and making sure that they don't contradict each other and then publish in a block which contains all those transactions to the entire world so everybody can agree what the car back balances are in the bitcoin system but the job is so profitable that there's very strong competition to get the job on the one who was the fastest computer in about ten minutes walk gets the twenty five bit coin on the job over time twenty one million bid Collins will be mind and no more New York times financial reporter Nathaniel Popper author of digital gold bit coin in the inside story of the misfits and millionaires trying to reinvent money says it's part of the U. to hope you envision to protect the value of the money from incompetent corrupt or simply desperate governments this idea really harks back to the idea of the gold standard which took a lot of power away from governments to issue as much currency is they wanted big coin provided this alternative of an asset that you could hold digitally without having to have it under your mattress and that at least seem to hold the promise that it would keep its value better than the peso or whatever local currency it was that was doing going away it's an ingenious way to limit the money supply but only one approach to digital money at the moment there are well over two thousand crypto currencies from number two theory I'm too golem to zipper two hello Tinker Bell pixie coin each representing a different user need or economic ideology one constitutes about sixty percent of the world's crypto value but there are more than three hundred billion dollars worth of rival denominations nineteen of which are worth at least a billion dollars nay Honda Rula so holders of big coin often feel like they're buying into this vision of a money that is in controlled by government they can't be inflated away where no one can stop you from making payments and no one can take your wealth away from you there's a crypto currency for pretty much any field or topic you could think of there's dental quien a crypto currency for dentists there's Jesus coin there's an art project the came from someone who is a former student at MIT title coin which is about sort of cleaning your since you purchased this currency in order to absolve yourself of your sins basically we're seeing all these different ways for people to buy into a future that they believe in by becoming a holder of this coin everyone of these currencies is differentiated by its force if you have money military Ms vin a Gupta who previously coordinated the launch of fear him they take the four also if you have money they implement as code and then they shifted to the world and if people like it they buy it and if they don't ignore so which believe system choices correct when I don't know which religion is correct yes the technology is mind boggling across the board but once again like Mesopotamian temples or Tinker Bell it comes down to faith there are even schisms like the one that split the Catholic and orthodox churches in the world.

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Welcome to Sams Club, Where the Future Is Now

Business Wars Daily

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Welcome to Sams Club, Where the Future Is Now

"With pay pal. You can rely on a trusted payments partner that processes over ten million payments per day when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to sign up for a business account for free today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday, November sixth happy election day. Everybody voted yet. Confession time. I'm a patient guy. But I hate waiting in checkout lies, and I dread them. During the holidays turns out. I'm not alone checkout. Hell is shoppers? Number one obstacle to buying stuff in brick and mortar stores and retailers everywhere. Looking for ways to get rid of it? Well, Sam's Club the big box store owned by WalMart has figured out a way goodbye cashiers. It starting with an experimental store. They call it a retail lab of the future soon to open in Dallas, don't even bother walking in the doors of the new store called Sam's Club now without your smartphone. 'cause you're going to need it to shop customers will download an app and scan each item before dropping into their carts. The apple not only track your purchases, it'll make your. Shopping list for you. Whether you want it to or not, and then it'll tell you where to go to get products. You didn't know you need it ask the app were to find something you do want tinker Bell's cat food, perhaps and virtual map pops up and send you on the shortest route to the Friskies. It's like ways for grocery shopping, but what happens to the human worker who used to help us. Sam's Club is turning the lowly cashier into a concierge, and they're renaming them as member hosts nice to be invited. But whether customers want this kind of fixer like experience remains to be seen all of this is an aggressive move by WalMart to face down. Amazon the online retailer launched its new Amazon go convenience stores early this year. It's wasting no time growing the cashier 'less concept, although Amazon only has a handful of real world locations right now, it's considering rolling out three thousand of them by twenty twenty one. It's been a long long. Time since the supermarket changed in any fundamental way. But in the next year or two the experience of shopping itself may undergo a radical transformation. In the meantime, good luck sticking to a budget when an app can auto populate your shopping this champagne in Iraq lamb. I didn't put those on my grocery list. From wondering this business wars daily. Hey, if you like our show checkout, the episode knows just tap or swipe over the cover art. You'll also see some offers from our sponsors. We hope this quarter show by supporting thanks for being with us. I'm David Brown. We'll see. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in a ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In any form is the connective tissue of society, a medium for our relationships past present in. Future. Humanities. Never ending narrative. Money is a story that we all tell ourselves Niha Narula is the director of the digital currency initiative at MIT media lab, there's nothing inherently valuable about a dollar Bill or a coin that you keep in your pocket or even a bar of gold. Those things have value because we know that other people think that they have value money is a network where we all collectively have decided that we're going to use it to represent value. A collective belief is not to be dismissed you've seen Peter Pan. It's how a dying ferry called tinker bell is brought back to life. If you believe wherever you are clap your hands, and she'll hear you. Die. She's getting married. Hold that thought before too long. You will be hearing about Tinkerbell again in this hour. We look at the story of money from it's uncertain origins to its digital reinvention in the form of crypto currency, which may simultaneously reformed. Global commerce and blow the foundations of modern society to smithereens. But we'll begin in a curious place with an artist a man who made a global reputation and incredible legal ruckus searching for the meaning of money. My name is bogs b o g g f j s g Boggs was an artist whose technical genius was drawing. Ankeny replicas of paper currency and using them to purchase goods and services. You could call it counterfeiting, except nobody ever thought that they were accepting legal tender. They were accepting a signed hand-drawn bogs. This is from one thousand nine hundred ninety two documentary. Every money, man. Jay bogs started.

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Jamie Lee Curtis goes toe-to-toe with Michael Myers in new 'Halloween'

Z Morning Zoo

01:39 min | 3 years ago

Jamie Lee Curtis goes toe-to-toe with Michael Myers in new 'Halloween'

"Halloween. The halloween. Scary movie. Yes. So Jamie Lee Curtis. Remember, she did this movie in the seventies with Mike Myers. So they have a new one coming out. I'm going to tell you how you can watch the trailer. And just as I get there's a major issue. I have with this. Okay. So Jamie, Lee Curtis as a grandmother. The whole idea is of this movie because I watched the trailer. Okay. Is it? Mike Myers back in nineteen seventy whatever the first one aired got arrested. This is what they say. In the trailer. He got arrested in for the past forty years. He's been at a psychiatric center. Okay. And they're going to go. Visit him to see if he remembers anything he's done. Okay. And then he breaks out of the psychiatric

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"tinker bell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"They'll often express wrinkled or dried skin delayed tooth development. High pitched voice loss of muscle and few exceed few sufferers exceed the age of thirteen having said that it's a sort of a poor fit. Because only there were only about one hundred one hundred hundred patients alive at any given time. But there are there are other conditions. It's become quite in vogue lately to suggest that a lot of these changing stories stories were describing. Those on the autism spectrum. Which again has some some attributes it better than others in that case for sure. But again, I think that some of that is definitely what we're seeing. And especially that that sort of explains the infanticide rates that you would see in Ireland at the time in in those, you know, in in a rural society in that context anyone with a birth defect or congenital issue was seen as someone who wasn't going to contribute to the family, but was going to put an extra strain on the family in terms of providing an extra mouths to feed. But I think there's definitely some cases. However, you know, having said that if you look at some of the means by which change things were revealed oftentimes, it was I mean who oftentimes there was a method employed to trick the changeling into somehow revealing how old it was and talking or laughing or saying something about how old it was. And these obviously these stories obviously don't match very well onto these ideas that were just looking at some sort of unrecognized medical conditions. This idea that they're actually might have been something. Genuinely sinister novelist with a lot of these cases as well. Assuming that this was happening. What would the motivation be for these ferries, and I wanna get into what you think fairies might be. But what do you think the motivation was to grab these kids and then replace them with the change change links? What did they want? Well, you know, ferries were one of the primary things at various did in general sort of attributes by which you could recognize them where their stature the fact they tended to live underground. And the fact that they love to steal people, especially children, generally, speaking. It was a baby boys that were taking most often and women and mothers and their various reasons why you'll see very obstruction coming up in the literature. A lot of times it's for for example, musicians were often taken sometimes it was they would take mothers to be wet, nurses or to be midwives. But in terms of the reason that children were taken by and large it seems as though it was to inject to the ferry bloodline with fresh vigor to help them sort of incorporate them into various society and help breed with the series. So that they could actually keep their race. Which a lot of cases was considered to be inbred and dying to keep their race alive. And you would see sort of twofold benefit from this. It was generally. It was generally held in a lot of the floor that fairy lore, very rather was a sham. It was like leaves and sticks and twigs cloak with this magical glamour to make it appear to be delicious food because ferry food was a was a sham ferry milk was sham as well. So this idea that not only would you take a human child into the ferry ranks to help build up the theory bloodline, but in the you would also leave behind in some cases, a fairy child that could nurse at the human breast because human milk as opposed to ferry milk was actually nutritious. And there's plenty of plenty of myths and legends that talk about how the only way that fairies could very children could actually gain sustenance is at a human breast as opposed to the rest of the ferry folks had this sort of double benefit both for fairy children, and for, you know, very children to be nursed by humans and for human children to be taken by the fairies. That's in the cases, where a fairy child was left behind if there was a elderly ferry left behind them. The other side of that equation is the elderly ferry was able to. Live out the rest of its days with these human parents, who are none the wiser they were actually sort of giving an elderly Ferryman hospice care has it were what is a ferry in your opinion. What's the definition? Well, you know, we've we've really been the theory motif has really been corrupted over the years. This this concept of these sort of feet little tiny, winged, tinker Bell's and whatnot is something that you don't really see until late eighteenth century children's literature, and that sort of got co opted in a lot of these stories were generally speaking shorter, but not always and you would often see them appearing almost quite similar to humans. In fact, if you go into certain regions of Scandinavia, those sort of Huda folk the hidden folk the elves, and such which you could also consider as part of the sort of the very cosmology were generally speaking, much more along the lines of appearing as a regular person. If you saw him was only later that they would reveal that they were small or that they were these magical things, but the term theory really is a broad term that not only encompasses the stuff that we associated with the British Isles like fairies leprechauns pixies. But also things that we normally wouldn't associate with various so in other parts of Europe. Trolls ogres, right. Upper made electric cars. Yeah. Exactly leprechaun's. Yeah. That's definitely definitely part of the fairy kingdom. So it's it's better. Understood it sort of a larger cosmetology of different different creatures. I often referred to something like the like the Pokemon catalog. Shapes and sizes what point Joshua did these ferries turn evil because I always thought that they were friendly and fun and things like that. No. That's a that's a great question. Because again, we always think of the varies as being fun little creatures that, you know, live at the bottom of the garden and take children on little walks. But. Yeah. Any number of different things within the ferries, but one of the primary things was not leaving throughout story. Hold on. Joshua were at the break. We'll come back.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But in the end, you would also leave behind in some cases, a fairy child that could nurse at the human breast because human milk as opposed to ferry milk was actually nutritious. And there's plenty of plenty of myths and legends that talk about how the only way that fairies could very children could actually gain sustenance is at a human breast as opposed to the rest of the folks that had this sort of. Double benefit both for fairy children, and for you know, for very children to be nursed by humans and for human children to be taken by the fairies. That's an cases where a fairy child was left behind if there was a elderly ferry left behind and the other side of that equation is the elderly ferry was able to live out the rest of its days with these human parents, who are none the wiser they were actually sort of giving an elderly Ferryman hospice care, or what is a ferry in your opinion. What's the definition? Well, you know, we've we've really been the theory motif has really been corrupted over the years. This this concept of these you know, sort of feed little tiny winged, tinker Bell's and whatnot is something that you don't really see until late eighteenth century children's literature, and that sort of got co opted in a lot of these stories series. We're generally speaking shorter, but not always and you would often see them appearing almost quite similar to humans. In fact, if you go into certain regions of skin Avia, those sort of the hidden folk the elves, and such which you could also consider as part of the sort of the ferry cosmology. We're generally speaking much more along the lines of appearing as a regular person. If you saw him was only later that they would reveal that they were small or that they were these magical beings. But the term theory really is a broad term that not only encompasses the stuff that we associated with the British Isles like fairies leprechauns pixies. But also things that we don't really wouldn't associate with various so in other parts of Europe. Trolls ogres, right. Upper made electric cars. Yeah. Exactly leprechaun's. Yeah. That's definitely definitely part of the fairy kingdom. So it's it's better understood as sort of a a larger cosmetology of different different creatures. I often referred to something like the like the Pokemon catalog. Different very shapes and sizes what point Joshua did these ferries turn evil because I always thought that they were friendly and fun and things like that. No. That's a that's a great question. Because again, we always think of these varies as being fun little creatures that, you know, live at the bottom of the garden and take children on little walks. But. Exactly. Yeah. And and a lot of a lot of world cultures because series are not exclusive to the British Isles. You'll find them in every pretty much every indigenous culture worldwide they were forces for good or evil. So in the event that you actually left food out for them in your home. They might actually help you tidy up your house or do chores or actually going to help protect your home in the event that you somehow offended them by any number of different. Things would offend the ferries, but one of the primary things was not leaving throughout story. Hold on. Joshua were at the break. We'll come back for more. What.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on KSRO

"In in those, you know, in in rural society in that context anyone with a birth defect or congenital issue was seen as someone who wasn't going to contribute to the family, but was going to put an extra strain on the family in terms of providing an extra mouths to feed. So I think that's definitely some cases. However, you know, having said that if you look at some of the means by which changed things were revealed oftentimes it was. I mean who oftentimes there was a method employed to trick the changeling into somehow revealing how old it was and talking or laughing or saying something about how old it was. And these obviously these stories obviously don't match very well onto these ideas that we're just looking at some sort of unrecognized medical conditions. This idea that they're actually might have been something genuinely novelists with a lot of these cases as well. Assuming that this was happening. What would the motivation be for these ferries, and I wanna get into what you think fairies might be. But what do you think the motivation was to grab these kids and then replace them with the change change links? What did they want? Well, you know, ferries were one of the primary things at various did in general the sort of attributes by what you could recognize them where their stature the fact that they tended to live underground. And the fact that they love to steal people, especially children, generally speaking, it was a baby boys that were taken most often and women and mothers and their various reasons why you'll see very obstruction coming up in the literature. A lot of times it's for for example, musicians were often taken sometimes was they would take mothers to be wet, nurses or to be midwives. But in terms of the reason that children were taken by and large it seems as though it was to inject to the ferry bloodline with fresh vigor to help them sort of incorporate them into various society and help them breed with the series. So that they could actually keep their race. Which in a lot of cases, what's considered to be inbred and dying to keep their race alive? And you would see sort of a twofold benefit from this. It was generally it was. It was generally held in a lot of the floor that fairy lore, very food. Rather was a sham. It was like leaves and sticks and twigs cloak with this magical glamour to make it appear to be delicious food. The costs vary. Food was a was a sham ferry milk was a sham as well. So this idea that not only would you take a human child into the ferry ranks to help build up the theory bloodline, but in the end, you would also leave behind in some cases, a fairy child that could nurse the human breast because human milk as opposed to ferry milk was actually nutritious. And there's plenty of plenty of myths and legends that talk about how the only way that fairies could ex very children could actually gain sustenance is at a human breast as opposed to the rest of the folks that had this sort of double benefit both for fairy children, and for, you know, for very children to be nursed by humans and for human children to be taken by the fairies. That's in the cases, where a fairy child was left behind if there was a elderly theory left behind the other side of that equation is the elderly ferry was able to live out the rest of it. Days with these human parents, who are none the wiser they were actually sort of giving an elderly Ferryman hospice care, it were what is a ferry in your opinion. What's the definition? Well, you know, we've we've really been the theory motif has really been corrupted over the years. This this concept of these you know, sort of feet little tiny winged, tinker Bell's and whatnot is something that you don't really see until late eighteenth century children's literature, and then and that sort of got co-opted and a lot of these stories series were generally speaking shorter, but not always and you would often see them appearing almost quite similar to humans. In fact, if you go into certain regions of Scandinavia, those sort of folk the hidden folk the elves, and such which you could also consider as part of sort of the ferry cosmology. We're generally speaking much more along the lines of appearing as a regular person..

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"tinker bell" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"The toy story two right so this is i want to do this crash course quickly okay the problem with doing brad bird is he gets to talk about pixar on all of this is this is interesting it's going to go into the history of pixar like pushing people out projects this race to talk joey is more into the ship and i am so you because i think this movie is an interesting component of pictures director problem that has led to their spotty track record today about ten years to catch up with them right but it's why things kinda shaky last year makes toy story all hands on deck that's a one film distribution deal with disney disney does have creative input they just deliver the movie disney markets at releases it toy stores humongous so they sign a new deal with pixar for five movies disney will own those movies in their entirety but pixar can make them whatever they want but disney will own those characters forever and can use them any way they want her so those films are the ones that we just mentioned toys to name a name nimmo monsters inc and i guess incredible right that's the five and cars as the last one right so around the time because these take so long to get made when they knew their deal was running up they were working with eisner they hated eat my causing the old ceo of breading he kept on threatening to make sequels without them without their permission because he wanted toy story two quick direct to video yes he wanted to he was they were doing it right now the one where it's like tinker bell's return to he wanted to just one of those right right after toys two after twenty hundred far yeah right if choice story one when their crew is still small and everyone was working on a bug's life yeah a kind of had a b team or ceasing workout direct video toy story two and after they watched a bug's life finish bugs i've watched.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"So he obviously loves beautiful blondes so like i said i thought he would choose a born us more s but and she's ageappropriate but if i were ari and like i like had his mind and his wiener like i would go with sb like apparently i'm not ari through jimmy kimmel is always ready right no not 100 percent believe his tap more is always important girls he said two year which i think she'll go far for bashar at potential get his people would have won and ravens need a reading sitting aadamsoo now we have fake rave antilla great la beca k new week no that's not the order he wanted t ah he said would be for chelsea olivier caridi 20 except like the lesser the level other second he said that guy tinker bell and he said a first we're on them i know i'm stressing beca m tinker bell take about okay so it's like this is what i have to say about her i just think statistically girls who have pixie cuts don't let a full life added show they'll never showed not a phone on the show like they're shields she won't make it far because of the picks cut like it's so it's like samson like you lose your hair you lose their power in this situation and i'm sorry i just hate pixie cuts i'm sorry i he girls were picks the cuts like i'm sorry i know people are gonna get mad at me like law i hate pizzi cuts however she is beautiful and i want you guys to i'll do an exercise once we're done in a second go under instagram look at pictures of her from before the pixie cut she had like short blonde hair short brown hair like a lob life giving me lucy held lives she's absolutely origin roles oh my gosh she produced grows ever come in the show the prettiest goes ever i'm on to show with longer hair yeah so very upset and that she didn't get extensions i think she's just like to call to care which is obviously look attractive i guess but no she needs new and it's like what is with her age i think they don't want us to know her asia.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"No i've never watched it narrow as a jimmy though that'd be put him joanna probably yes no shipping joanna which one is them that's which one is them weird sworn israel now we elders the elders off warne crees of now too you will blog who are we are we sort of doing senator tanker villanova out of it daivaya how did bob ever think of senator tinker bell it so indelible and i mean he's probably high those guys us with so most of its ally nope it was very difficult what were we talk it oh yeah trading faces trading op was a big adventure yes a delight most people have only seen it in their homes and with comedies elections you can watch a drama in your home and anything think still be affected by it but comedies are great to watch with crowds that's what they're trying to do it's fun with that film series and it's so much fun to see a film like that with a crowd yes another one that i enjoy very much is the wrong guy with day fully showed that as well with dave foley and dave higgins harry funny movie yes than just came out on just came out on bluray larae i got it myself please give a plug for that because that's really funny move one of the funny or movies of the 1990s comedies are tough because they don't hold up so well and so it's hard for me to remember it's hard for me to think of comedies that i liked say when i was a kid that i would still say today this is really funny i will say in that series we.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on The Nod

"The garages popularity continued to grow into the 80s while clubs like legendary studio 54 existed as a space for the rich and famous a place to see and be seen the garages where famous people went to hang out with everyday people acts like madonna and grace jones would perform patti labelle and boy george would stop by the deejay booth just to hang out with larry but not every night of the garage was full of fun it isn't very moody comment in a bad mood and make everybody stay away from him the whole night he could come in and won the full mood and and make everybody twinkletoed him feel like they will just sprinkled with fairy dust from tinker bell and be happy one the full so you never know what you're going to get and his move could also go from one to the other in one night leary's medina's wasn't the only problem he got addicted to drugs okay so it may not be a soccer that someone in the new york city clubscene at the time would use drugs the most people they took uppers larry did the opposite he sauce the take heroin in central pretty much that was uh uh out of the just a little to this whole uh he starts with the come saul s prolific by now it was the late eighties in leary was going through his own struggles so we're a lot of gay men he knew aides had become a real epidemic in new york and it hitler.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on TechStuff

"This means that tinker bell has to meet some sirte certain criteria there are certain rules that you have to follow if you wish to be tinker bell and there are a little precise i was going to use the words draconian but that might be a little too cruel so for example to be tinker bell you must be no taller than five feet as the maximum height for tinker bell as partly so that you get the wonderful illusion of the ferry flying over the audience and you must way no more than one hundred five pounds because you're in a harness on his hip line and that harnesses rated up to a certain weight which is well over a hundred five pounds clearly you wouldn't raided at be in the cap weight but that's why one of the reasons why i'm sure they have this strict weight limit of one hundred five pounds tinker bell sometimes is played by a guy occasionally there's of fellow who will have to step in as tinker bell if the actress typically playing tinker bell his unavailable for whatever reason at the end of the flight you are greeted if you are tinker bell to the warm embrace of a net being held by a couple of technicians or cast members a everyone who works at disney as they cast member so that that will slow you down and you ended your last little bit of your journey against a gymnastic matt that's on its side so it's up against the edge of the or a a wall of the tomorrowland terrace so that way if the net doesn't slow you down enough you don't just go crashing into a wall um all right so i'm done ruining the magic and set so that's kind of the low down on disney's happily ever after it is a great show if you have not seen it there are videos on youtube you can watch happily ever after and it's about an 18 minute long display so it's hits a duisi um the technology is really impressive i will say that i've watched.

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"tinker bell" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tinker bell" Discussed on TechStuff

"An transitions and sequences which pretty cool and at the end of the show spoiler alert tinker bell comes out and flies over the crowd this is something that's been going on for decades over at disney and i think people would have rioted if tinker bell had been removed from the experience so at disney world tinker bell has been part of the nightly shows since july third 1985 at the magic kingdom uh she hasn't appeared every single night because her appearance is dependent upon the weather if the weather is if it's too windy or stormy than tinker bell will not be coming out because okay for those of you who don't want the magic ruined sh probably stop listening right now so i'm gonna give you a second for the rest of you ramsey just took off his headphones jokes on him he's like three feet away he has to listen anyway tinker bell and actress rate all right i hate to say it because they don't want to ruin the magic but she's an actress typically sometimes an actor but typically an actress and tinker bell um you know it would they have to keep tinker bell safe so to that end if the weather conditions are unfavourable tinker bell does not fly ticker bells flight is a long as zip line there is a zip line those approximately eight hundred fifty feet long it extends from the cinderella's castle a from one of the towers and ends on the top of tomorrowland terrace eight hundred fifty feet away a flight down tinker bell zip line takes about thirty seconds so let's do some math here eight hundred fifty feet seconds translates to about nineteen miles per hour that actress zipping down as zip line at ninety miles per hour entertainer belqass to bet lights up has led lights there's a battery pack and everything.

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