25 Burst results for "Tisch"

"tisch" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:14 min | 5 d ago

"tisch" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Race for governor coming up, what are you watching for? Is it just, you know, let's see if Tisch James runs, and that's the biggest question. Any other things? I mean, obviously there's the Andrew Cuomo, would he run? I don't think that's happening, but I could be wrong. What are you watching here and how strong do you think Kathy hoka is? Well, I think she's strong, I think she's done a good job and you know, remember we just talked about in terms of who you're compared to, right? So she's going to be compared to Andrew Cuomo who certainly the press corps and insider folks were very much over by the time he left right and now even more so with the with the scandals. So, you know, her it's easier. You get a honeymoon when you take office, especially when you take office like that. I mean, David Patterson, who had his share of troubles had a decent honeymoon. I don't remember exactly how long, but it was, you know, 6 7 8 months. Well, Kathy hoko got 6 to 8 months. She's going to be reelected. Handily. So then the question is, so I think that is in her favor. I think they're raising a lot of money. You know, she's the governor, so that's the incumbency, matters a lot. She rolled out Emily's list, the governor's association, you know, that stuff matters. And then really then the next question is tish, 'cause I think it's just a different race. If tigers in the race, Napoleon come out, so here's one thing I'd say. The polling that's come out, the one I looked at yesterday and I don't I'm sorry I don't remember which one it was. But governor hoko got 35% of black voters. And as someone who used to pull 35% of black voters in the mayoral primary running against a popular black opponent, I can assure you that it's very, very challenging for governor uncle to actually get 35% of black voters. So, you know, I think that's a little bit of a warning sign. Like you've got to figure out. So if tish Ron's and this is true of jumani too, it's just that I would think the Tisch has a bigger higher ceiling, I think. If Tisch runs, you have to assume that governor hoeke is not going to do particularly well in the black community. The tissue will do well in the black community. Now again, Gianni's in there too, that's a different story than Giovanni and Tisch are going to cross each other out in some ways or split split the black vote, which makes it really hard. But let's assume per second Giovanni drops and it's basically Titian how cool maybe de Blasio and then I think swazi matters because if local can win upstate and Long Island and then do well in kind of Garcia lamp. She should still be able to win. It swazi runs and does really well in Long Island. Then all of a sudden it's like, well, she's winning upstate, and she's winning some of Garcia land. I don't think that's enough. She needs to be able to and then so tish to me is the biggest X Factor so far. I do think the governor has done a really nice job and has built a solid team. And they're kind of off and running..

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"tisch" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on Special Conditions - A Pokémon TCG Podcast

"They wanna make it a bigger bigger pool. This is becoming like a king of the hill for atom so adams won the last two tournaments so someone needs to take him down a peg and i hope it's me but then that's still doesn't give prizes to the community no but it just keeps increasing the practice. I know it's like before you know you can have a five hundred dollar prize pool because adam wins every week. So someone's got to come in and knock him down. I think the best part is that. I haven't changed my deck for any of the tournaments. I know man. That's kind of opera pairs. All these chilling rain cards. Only everyone brings fun spicy stuff like everyone's playing with fund decks so it's like you know. Eternity had fun. You the next. We just get a bunch of new patriots that come in just like yeah we. We brought fighting. Yeah we zapped. Just three but huge. Thank you to our gym leader. Tear patrons absolutely ryan dig dug rob grant jamal. Jd mojo joe. Joe magic carpet de paul. Sharpen talent and t. and comics wiz and of course special thanks to our executive producer. Tisch smith tisch. Thank you so much. Yes she pulled some fire some fire. She got a lot of get stuck like vivo. The she got a fuller caitlyn. Aw that thing was noise yes. Yes very noyce discord. Join us tombs. It's a lotta fun. Oh and also our emerged store is available put on professor dot com slash merch. All right adam. I gonna talk about evolving skies real quick. I don't know where you're at with this. Where if any of your ira leaders from it. Okay so you do have a freeloader. But evolving skies. We'll be here on august twenty seventh so towards end of the month but the building battle boxes are making their way out now lottery retailers have already the four potential foil promo cards. This is interesting. We're talking about this on the zoom. You have glaring glaring zap does glaring multi-race and fluffy like what a weird combo. But it actually. Well it's because of how exciting is because it gives you it's got dino motor. Which is a callback to electric. Yes from a previous set which was a broken card in the format which was just like memoir only now is for lightning so get ready for a lightning pokemon. Yes yes but Evolving skies primarily features. I guess cards from like the japanese. Ev hero sat and the sky stream towering perfection. Japanese sets right. Yeah yup the the interesting thing here is from chilling rain. There was i think. Fifty cards cut from chilling rain from the japanese release and a bunch of cards including some of the evolution cards having cut for evolving skies from the.

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"tisch" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:24 min | 2 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on Nightline

"The generation. That should know better. Governor cuomo is you know is the latest no long list of powerful figures to fall from grace for allegedly harassing women. What do you think these incidents keep happening. I think it keeps happening. Because it's so insidious it is. It is deep in the fiber fabric of this country. It is it is under girded by power and abuse of power. And that takes a long time to disrupt and a long-time unpack. What does this day for the me. Too movement at large and sexual assault survivors in general movement really is about survivors. Finding a collective voice so that we can take action and we can find him. It's not about whom we get to take down and who steps down from office. And that's that's really not the end result of the goal because for every cuomo that has to resign. There's a trump who never gets to pay capital. What he's done with the movement is about is the levin women coming forward with the movement is about is a tisch james taking them seriously and digging in an investigating so we can have a fair and balanced outcome. So this is to me. This day is cathartic short for a lot of the survivors survivors around the world and final question. If in fact this is a teachable moment for our nation. What changes do you want to see happen in our society. It is a teachable moment. I want america. Who's watching the people watching around the world to know that this power in the collective of survivors and we can move the needle when we speak together..

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"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:25 min | 3 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Gets routed through an anthrax sorting facility so it takes at least three weeks for it to get on their desk so email. My people straight now. I would go like personal email if you want to tell a personal story. But the intern who answers. The phone is not judging. You and i'm sorry to say does not actually need to your personal story. Do we know anything about what moves other people to take action so we know you know you said like eighty percent of people all over agree with this. But it's there's a difference between saying yeah. I support that and actually being the person to pick up the phone and call your member of congress. So do we know anything about what might move other people to to in to to get the ball rolling on this social pressure and it can be positive social pressure like having a night where you invite your friends over like a wine and cheese and calls night and asking people to do something. They feel comfortable with so if they've never called their member of congress before they're probably not going to pick up the phone and make a call to be honest with you like they're probably going to start with a form letter and that's okay then you go back to them and say hey. Wasn't that so easy. Do you think next time you wanna come to my and cheese night. During the presidential election we did calls on zoom together once a week so we all got on zoom and we would talk through what we were going to say and then we put ourselves on mute and we could see each other making calls and we would put chats in the box we questions or or if we'd like great interactions like one of my friend talked to this amazing voter in philadelphia. And they said they were gonna. They were gonna think of each other on election night and they called each other on election night. I know it was the cutest thing ever so having some sense of community when you do it does help a lot but also ask people what with with the level. They're comfortable with. I wouldn't go with like a a social pressure. Shaving kind of thing more that they'll be inspired by you taking the action. I like that all right. So your job. Everyone who's listening is to call your member of congress or write your member of congress and inspire everyone around you to do the same so if people want to want to follow along wants to know what's going on. No more is their social media. They should be following websites. They should go to To learn more yes definitely paid leave. We will keep you up. We will keep it easy to understand because the ins and the outs of the infrastructure bill is nuts so we will keep you up to date and also on my podcast. Instagram your political playlist but paid. Leave for this issue definitely. We've got it all for you. Excellent so i'll put up links for that too so people can find it so anything else vote. We should talk about should mention. I think we really got it all. I'm excited about paid leave I've been working on federal campaigns every presidential campaign for the last fifteen years. I am actually not working in politics as much as i used to. But i am out of retirement for paid leave. I feel so strongly about having a robust federal program that is really going to transform the economy in a way that we can actually keep people in it and keep working mothers and so. I'm very excited about this opportunity. Excellent will emily. Thank you so much for joining me. And Yeah this is great issue and i hope everyone will join. Thanks kelly. thank you.

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"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"You know what i mean like really was money saved in the end to be able to bring to in this case it has me and i'm now realizing this story is making me look so invaluable was not the point. You are not the point you know for for any of us like for any any employer knows this for sure that you would rather keep your employees and have them come back with functioning brains than a physical but in a seat for to make a point because you don't have the unpaid leave. Yes so what. Sorts of things should all of a speed doing. I mean i think probably most people listening already agree with this In principle at least but what. How do we get this moving forward. How what who are the people. We should be contacting are the types of activities. We should be doing to make sure this legislation really does move forward at a time that we think is the moment to really embrace it. That is such a great question so right now are critical moments when when congress is going to be deciding how much they're going to allow like what they are going to budget in the reconciliation package for the budget. I know i just lost. Everyone and their eyes glaze over. We have a nerdy audience. Exactly so audience talking to call back and they're going to be like emily. I wrote that reconciliation process. I've talking down to me so you guys know that. The reconciliation budget is probably we are paid. Leave is going to be. It's probably going to be voted on by just democrats and the senate is really leading the process. So i would say what i honestly. i think. There's a huge opportunity here for democrats to be doing more talking about paid leave and more about how they are. The ones designing the economy and the labor force of the future. I don't see enough of it to be honest with you. I think that biden's the most out front on it. And when do you ever see the president being the most out of run on an issue. So i think for everybody to call their senator call their member of congress and say you want to. You want paid leave. And a family friendly care economy to be a high priority as they get through reconciliation and to keep it in there so that time line is going to be. We're going to see the top line of what reconciliation is going to be so we kinda wanna see a high amount to make sure a lot of getting allocated in there for not just paid leave but also care economy programs. That's kind of playing out in the works right now and so the leaders on that are pelosi schumer but also the budget committee chairs so that sanders in the senate so if you are on sanders list if you are from vermont. I would recommend calling his office. They are actually. People are actually staffing offices now so calls matter and in the house. The committee chairs are your meth from kentucky and neil from massachusetts so two states where people may not feel like they get their voices heard often now. Is your chance. I would be calling them. And say hey. I really want to make sure that that we get a lot allocated for the care economy and particularly for paid leave because now is the decision making but honestly i would say for everybody to call their member of congress and you know i've worked on these legislative campaigns for fifteen years. Let me tell you these calls make a difference but you have to call your actual member of congress like don't flood mcconnell's office he would. It does that it just blocks up the lines so the people that actually live there can actually get through and they toss all of the numbers so call your actual member of congress. If you do a form letter they count like. I don't know a little. I would say. Basically the rule of thumb is the more effort you put into it the more impact. It'll have on your senator or a member of congress but definitely now through when they finalize. The budget is definitely the time. Does it matter what kinds of things people say in their calls to members of congress. I know people sort of sometimes get nervous about that is that is having a personal story. That goes with it or list of reasons is one thing more effective than another. Yeah that's a great question so the person who answers. The phone is an intern. So you don't need to impress them. The thing they are doing is they are keeping a little tracker. They're keeping the tabulations at their desk of. How many calls the calls against and four legislation. They get so if you call you can honestly just tell them you are for or against it and feel no social pressure because they are far more nervous than you are. As far as sending an email goes. If you're going to write your own email then i would include a personal story if you feel if you feel so inclined because what the member of congress will do is. They are wet. If they're ready to go out on a limb and like make a statement on the floor or try to convince other colleagues or do press around an issue they might look back into them and say like. Here's what jen from. My state told me and so if you feel like you want to share your story. I would put that in there because an and contact information for them to contact you back because that actually could move them and actually could end up getting used. The other thing i'll say is if you send physical mail..

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"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Have to go back to work ten days after having a baby which is what which is what one in four mothers have to do in america. 'cause they don't have paid leave. Yes so we are both mothers. Let's talk about. This would affect far more than just mothers or biological mothers. But let's talk about that piece of it for a minute what that looks like so. I've got two kids. You had three that you had very close together. I have a lot of loose skin seem. But let's talk about what that looks like. So i someone to go back to work ten days or less after having a baby. That is a major it's traumatic. It's traumatic physically for your body and of course it's traumatic emotionally to have to leave a baby that quickly but what what sorts of things would this mean to have and we're talking about ten weeks right that would be the change would be that. It would be ten weeks as a minimum yet. Ten to twelve weeks is what are the proposals. That are coming out from Something they abide administration. And i have to give credit on the congressional side to pelosi and schumer for really keeping paid leave and care infrastructure in their packages like they are committed to moving the dual track of the bipartisan infrastructure. And with they're calling. I hate the term card infrastructure and the care economy infrastructure like. They really are moving. The both and i give them both a lot of credit for that. I think we'll see where the details and that being as this moves through the late summer into the fall exactly how much time it ends up being. But what's in there right now. Is you know ten to twelve weeks for people to be paid eighty percent of their salary which is pretty good to be able to be. There's a lot of big businesses can offer that or something that looks like a version of paid leave right now but small businesses feel like. It's hard for them. It's hard for them to compete. So what the paid lee proposal would do. Is that it would. It would give the money to the businesses. It was subsidize the business to be able to give the paid leave which actually gives small and medium-sized businesses. The opportunity to compete on a large scale like to not have to to lose the incredible talent that would want to work for small businesses. Which i think so many of us do now as we're coming out of the pandemic and really thinking about who we work with and what product where we're putting out Gave them the opportunity to compete. And if it's a business that already offers to leave. Well then it would get subsidized and so the businesses really like that to for their bottom line for sure but you know it's your point like it's not just maternity leave. It's it's parental leave. So it's non parents specific which actually gives huge equity whether it's opposite sex couples. Same sex couples non-married couples it allows people to use paid leave for a close family member for taking care of them when they're sick even if it's chosen family it gives bereavement leave. I mean what kind of employees is productive if they are forced to go back to work when they really should be on. Bereavement leave the. I'm sorry that is so ridiculous so it just makes us humane humane and he acknowledges that we are human and makes us work night in a humane society which right now you know. The stories are endless about people that we hear that we know that. Have to go back to work after you know. I mean my no. My sister delivered her first baby seven weeks early and so she was in. Her baby was in the nikki when she visited her everyday and she was really lucky that she worked for a big corporation that gave her the paid leave and she was to do that but right next to her were twins who were delivered early from a new york city bus driver. My sister was in new york city and she had to go back to work the next day because they couldn't find one someone to be covering her shifts so she would drive all day and she would come and sit with the baby's hand and hold their hands all night long and she would sit there sewn up and she would sit there and a diaper and she would sit there holding the baby's hands and that you know meeting her and and that that is something that i will certainly never never forget and it just it makes you question. What are we doing. If we just can't support people in these hard moments we we know we know how to do it. Yeah and it's not even just hard moments right. I mean it's just sort of the every day even if you have a fairly easy birth fairly easy recovery and your child takes a bottle fairly well and everything else. It's still really hard to leave. You know it was hard to leave after nine weeks. Twelve weeks with my kids even just the sort of a fairly privileged fairly. You were saying lucky earlier like even the fairly lucky among us who get to take leave. This is still much less than A lot of other countries so ten to twelve weeks system much less than canada and australia and germany and all sorts of other first world countries. Have you know so this is a this that we are striving toward that. We are working toward is still really kind of a bare minimum of being a humane society totally. I mean my kids had just started sleeping through the night when my lead at did. What kind of employees would i have been if i was you know bumbling through the office like oh i'll lead a great meeting on this one like at. What point is this myth of productivity of of having someone in the office are. Aren't we at that point yet. Where we just acknowledge like this ain't it. You know like this isn't it and we had to pay someone to cover my job for when i was out like a know a minor amount to to bump up someone to take on additional responsibilities. But you know we didn't have to do is recruit someone new on board them. Pay me out the rest of my salary..

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Glenn Kirschner's Top Line Thoughts on the Criminal Probe of Trump Organization

The Daily Beans

02:41 min | 5 months ago

Glenn Kirschner's Top Line Thoughts on the Criminal Probe of Trump Organization

"To be joined today by my friend. Former federal prosecutor for many decades but not five decades like andrew. Giuliani claims that he's been in politics even though he's only thirty five years old and also hosted the justice matters podcasts. Justice matters youtube channel because welcome glen kirschner. Glenn welcome are you doing. I'm doing well thank you. It's been an interesting day so far in the news. I know biden just signed the anti asian hate act and hate crimes act and i think that that's a great speech that you made and we've got a lot going on and boy the investigative pressure. The legal troubles are mounting for the former guy as we learned just last night that not only is the new york attorney general tips james teaming up with Vance on the trump organization investigation making her civil suit also criminal investigation but that she has had a criminal investigation open against weisselberg. Cfo the trump organization and sent a letter letting them all know back in january. She's been doing this for months now. And i find that fascinating. And i was hoping to get your top line thoughts so top line thoughts are okay. What do we know based on this announcement by attorney general james and what can we reasonably infer. Well what we know. Is that if you're the target of an investigation and it goes from being a civil investigation to being a criminal investigation. We know that's bad for you. That's bad for donald trump. that's bad for the trump organization because civil investigations are all about money. All somebody can do to the target of a civil investigation is you know levy fines and penalties and make them pay restitution and then maybe at the most extreme they can prohibit you from running a business in the future kind of like when james shut down the trump charity and when she went after and is still going after the nra. But you know what civil doesn't land anybody in prison. Criminal can land people imprisoned. So we know that's bad for donald trump. We also know that too. Prosecutorial heads are better than one right. So tisch james has a full staff of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas and advance. The district attorney for manhattan has a whole battalion of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas. The fact that these two offices are jordan joining forces. I think spells real trouble for trump and

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Explaining Threshold Concepts in Physical Education

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

03:54 min | 8 months ago

Explaining Threshold Concepts in Physical Education

"Spoke. That's just come out chamber alderson bryant threshold concepts in physical education design thinking approach. Now it may be that people listening. Don't know what some of those things are yet and we will come to that but first of all. How was it that the three of you came to collaborate on this book was the story behind it. Okay tom so i guess if i take you back a couple of years prosise really started. When funeral was applauded does student examiner for sporting p. program in the poorest folks in health sciences on. I believe it was really the first time i visited as an external examiner. Three arrests went for the coffee down. Cardiff pay before her return. Flight home it was really that conversation. Not coffee was where the magic or the seed for this book was prompted. I vividly remember the discussion that we were in the world to right within our own discipline. I think in particular some of the key critical questions we were asking each other centered around as a discipline of physical education. We clear what we were trying to achieve where we try to overclaim what we trying to do achieve was really possible for children and young people to achieve before they left school. So i guess the the most important question pursue our skin to establish with our listeners now is is this idea of threshold concepts and what. That's all about what is a threshold concept and why they so valuable to physical education so any discipline that we think about there are disciplined because they have these things called thresholds concepts. That's the only reason they're ever called a discipline. And i know that annan. Her previous answer mentioned as we believe that he was a disciplined or actually redick wondering about that ourselves. Is that actually the case. So if i give you some examples of threshold concepts first of all tonight on package little bit for you if we look at particular disciplines so for example in maths at threshold current set is an complex numbers if we look at design. Ambiguity is a concept. You have to grasp if you're a designer if you don't grasp what you can't call yourself a designer in law its presence. It's opportunity cost in economics. It's entropy maybe in physics so every discipline you can caboche if you were to lead the miles on the table. Every discipline that we know of has these threshold concepts and weirdly. We couldn't actually claim that for physical education. We couldn't literally sit down and go boom. That's what he eagles and we found that often. That was a problem because we felt that the reason of our subject area is often not valued is because we don't have these we haven't called the mouse definitively physical education offers. These are these threshold concepts so threshold concepts when their masters. They enabled students to look at problems in completely new ways. Antitank practice and talk in a manner of scholars of that discipline and the reason called threshold. Concepts is because you literally cross thresholds when you learned and you can never unlearn them. An maybe from maybe the fact that we're involved in movement riding a bike you never forget how to ride a bike so once you've learned tisch. It's not something that you can ever unlearn it's there it's embodied etc so quadruple would be described as admire land. Who don an awful lot of work in this area. It's like a portal so opens up a new and previously inaccessible way of thinking about something and it represents a transformed way of understanding or interpreting our viewing something and without that the learner cannot progress in that particular discipline or ever call themselves a scholar at that discipline.

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"tisch" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:09 min | 10 months ago

"tisch" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Doing you know what i mean. So why would i go to cvs. Or and i'm not just saying that you know what i mean but i know what's in my product. I can eat my product. I researched my products. So you know. I stand behind my product. One hundred percent and it's also in a salon. What is it Divine woman salon greenfield. Plaza wants sweet. One-two-three shout out to my godmother ms tisch to show love you mistake so yes she keeps my hair together you know and she has growing but she does. She uses my product. Market product is off through her salon. And she you know what. I'm saying really know her stuff and stuff like that. So it's just like recycling a buck dollar. You have to be your sister's keeper or your brother's keeper in order to elevate throughout society. I think us as a whole. And i feel like you know we we stick together. We have so much you know what i'm saying. Just a little stuff even a little stuff. The little stuff adds up all the time and in most part that's the most thing your patients to some people wanna star stuff and if they don't the first month it ain't gonna where they just give up. Don't give yeah everybody. That's at the top. Then just run up there. They they started from the bottom just like everybody else did. Cause i'm starting from the body you know so eighty s somewhere though. Yes you do. Shut out pixie picks bass shea. I love it but going back on energy and vibes. Okay how about this. You know diaz since like when it's negative energy can you sense. of course you could assist negative. You'll see you fairly number one. That's why you so. That's why when you go supplies you gotta keep a a smiley face 'cause so you walk at a place you just the negative as you get negative negative. It's all positive. Twenty twenty one. I keep saying no. Everybody likes to say self love. Nobody wanted to negative person around always nagging. Maintain like nowadays is twenty twenty. One you can't just think for yourself you got correct..

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Why The Tax Collectors Cinthya Carmona Defied Religion to Pursue Acting and Find Herself

Latina to Latina

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Why The Tax Collectors Cinthya Carmona Defied Religion to Pursue Acting and Find Herself

"How do you get from that resistance to you than being in La? Making ooh, I got kicked out of my house. Yeah, I mean look. I grew up in in a very strict household, right? Religious strict household. Emma rebel I'm a rebel I always have been I don't think that that makes me me. I was born the year of the Horse. So freedom is really important to me. Running wild is really important to me. I'm a capricorn also release stubborn and totally believe in these things. By the way I'm a capricorn and I'm just really ambitious and stubborn. I liked just do things my own way and my back is there a conversation that you had were they were like? That's what you want. That's fine. BP Don't live here anymore. Absolutely. Absolutely it was it was masked in other things. It was like Oh Cynthia was being like if you ask my parents, they'll be like, oh, she was being difficult. She was rebellious and I know it's like I wanted to do things all around I was just an artist and you can't trap an artist. It was absolutely like if you wanna live your life the way you WanNa live, your. Life. You can't do it in this house if you don't WanNA conform right like if you don't WanNa live see. No kidding me. Away glass you need to go. And and I did it was the best decision I ever made in my life because I needed to be free and I needed to take that risk and I was homeless for a while I lived with some released weird people for a few weeks and months, and then my mother Dina. Came back into the picture was like you're not gonna live on the street. You're not going to be with all these crazy people. I'm GonNa take you in and she's she nurtured me for a few months. I would say almost a year guiding me encouraging me to fulfill my dreams and then I reconnected when I was about nineteen years old with the very first director that I had ever worked with on a sketch comedy show and I was like sixteen or seventeen, who at the time in Miami was doing a project for John called Moti mortally. And he was this like Big New York director who was making moves in Los Angeles and doing all kinds of stuff and when I connected with him and I was like hey. I WANNA act and I want to go to Los Angeles and like I don't know anyone there. Can you help me? He was like absolutely you should've you should have been I'm so glad that you wanna be an actresses exactly what you should be doing. You have a lot of talent I'm going to help you. Then though twenty twelve, you moved to New York, to train at on the road repertory company is that right? Yeah. Yeah. With Alice Spe- back. So take me back to deciding to make that leap I trained as a dancer. So for me I always knew that like I can't get onstage nobody how much natural talent I have I can't get on stage and do you know a a bunch of times and leaps in all in jumps in all? Of these things without having trained a performance day in and day out for hours, and even though I had a lot of natural talent as far as acting goes, I didn't go to college for acting didn't get a degree in this till this day it's always been a chip on my shoulder like man I wish I could have gone and why you man I wish I could have done Tisch like man I wish I would have had that. I didn't. So I knew that I needed to train with the Best I. knew that I couldn't necessarily call myself an actor without studying the greats without studying Shakespeare without studying much theater as possible I was already working in La at the time I already had a manager I really had an agent. I had already had credits under my name I had done a couple of movies and TV shows. But I felt like a bullshit artist didn't believe myself. I was like how the hell am I gonNA call myself an artist if I have never really trained theater so I moved to new. York. and. That's when I really sunk my teeth. Into, what I know as an actor natural talent helps a lot and like I feel like I'm a really sensitive person and I've had a lot of things on my life that have really formed and shaped me on this journey to be an actress but. Honing down those skills and studying the greets in is probably the most important aspect of my training.

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BONUS: State of the Race | 2020 Primary Analysis with Emily Tisch Sussman

The Electorette Podcast

09:35 min | 1 year ago

BONUS: State of the Race | 2020 Primary Analysis with Emily Tisch Sussman

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. I have a conversation with democratic political strategists Emily Tisch sussman and she's a correspondent on MSNBC and CNN. And she's also the host of the popular political podcast primary playlists. She actually interviewed Hillary Clinton and last week. And I'm totally jealous anyway. Emily join me for quick state of the race analysis including a post debate analysis of the first democratic debate following the Iowa Cacus the Iowa caucus the Seattle with a surprising in ever changing results. Yes that Iowa Caucus we also talk about Tuesday's New Hampshire primary and and what's going to happen beyond that. So here's my conversation with Emily Tisch Sussman to sussman. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you so much for having me you know I just realize is yesterday that we're entering the second week of February. It's very new and I need a vacation. I need my summer vacation like yesterday. He because I was thinking through last week Monday was the Caucus Iowa caucus which was chaotic. To say the least following that I think Tuesday was the wildest Steve The union I've ever witnessed my entire life than once they I think was the acquittal Thursday. We had a bit of a break and Friday. I think was the tenth. Democratic debate was at the tenth or the eleventh. Yeah something around that. I am extremely pregnant right now and like the joke that this thing could force me into labor like shocking into into Labor like stopped being funny this week because there were many although the thing that ultimately ended up doing it was when I was worried that Jerry Harris wasn't going to share bat was ultimate. Well you made it. You made it especially to the caucus. So what was your take. What's your take on the Iowa caucus from last week in the state that we're in right now because honestly i? I'm still a bit confused. It is crazy. I mean I've been saying I was at I was at in Iowa for the caucus in two thousand sixteen and was truly leash shocked by the process and the fact that I felt like so many people got left out because they didn't just couldn't have the time or the transportation to be able to show up and participate -ticipant net Last week one of the things that almost shocks me into Labor is that I interviewed Hillary Clinton and she said the process was undemocratic which is actually the farthest this I've ever heard anybody go in describing it and I think that how everybody pretty much feels that way like one of the things that I worry about in the long term as if November is the long-term though when weeks or as long as last week November can feel like long term one of the things that I worry about is that even if trump is loses uses. The electoral college loses the election. He won't step down and he'll question the results of the election and I don't think that that the results also the Iowa caucus if we even have results right now. We finally do and Democratic candidates questioning the results of it. I don't think it helps set a precedent for us to be able to have a peaceful transfer of power if there should be one November. No because you're exactly right because immediately wants to come out about the Iowa Caucus. He jumped on twitter to cast doubt on the whole process. Do you remember that. Said something like old Democrats are in disarray or something. I O caucuses a mess. and He's already casting doubt down on the process. Probably looking for is what's going to happen in November exactly. It's a way to be able to do so doubt from the beginning so that he can essentially control control the outcome because if he controls the entire frame of the narrative which isn't that he's very good at doing then he can get everybody reacts to it so we're no longer just starting from creating our our own framework of like what would normally be considered truth. We're only reacting back and forth to what he says. I'm glad you said that because I've been thinking about that too and I kind of mentioned that every now and again but I still kind of like a conspiratorial list when I talk about the fact that he may not stepped down. He's been hinting at this. Like he tweets out trump twenty twenty four trump eight trump. We know twenty thirty two. I mean he won't be alive that long but I mean but there's always exactly but anyway anyway so you know it's it's it's actually a possibility that we would have to struggle to get him out of office even if he did lose the electoral college in November. I mean it's something that seems totally crazy but these are crazy times and we are not dealing with somebody who is truly grounded in reality when you are only driven by by our own narcissism and and. Apparently the rules don't apply. I feel like everything's on the table. I think one of the biggest impacts of his presidency is that we don't know how to follow up with questions so we we see we've seen this time and time again although there's no longer White House briefings but but it started from day one right from the beginning with Sean. Spicer talking about the crowd. The size of the inauguration that journalists would say well that's wrong. Here's the evidence and whether it's the president or the surrogates would say well no. I'm just sticking to my point. How many times can journalists follow up and say you're factually incorrect? It's right in front of you before they have to just move on right. Exactly I mean I try to follow up on the the lies in that seat of the new address. I mean like Nancy Pelosi the only thing she could have was tearing up the and and let me tell you why I actually think that was so brilliant is the next day. The only conversation was about Nancy Pelosi. Tearing up trump ended up tweeting more about Pelosi tearing bring up the speech than the content of his own speech. Yeah so the Iowa Caucus you know. I think that we have the results. Although I did see something this morning that said that the the Sanders Bernie Sanders was asking for a partial re canvassing of Iowa. And I'm not really sure what that process is but I guess just in short. I don't think that this completely close is an honestly I mean. I don't wanNA sound like trump. I'm not sure how much we can even trust the actual numbers. I'm just not sure I mean. How much do they trust that I mean at this point? What what they have are going back to the paper recordings of tallying up counting? Who is in the room counting? Who moved I mean they're they're combing back through it. I think the thing that has been frustrating to me about the coverage of Iowa is that it's not winner. Take all so who quote wins. Sounds actually doesn't really matter that much it's how many delegates you get out of it. The the reason we care about who wins is because they get a lot out of momentum out of it they they are now seen as electable they can you know bank on fundraising on momentum all of that but that was essentially all negated because of the disaster the function of the caucus So the fact that he and Buddha judge are neck and neck within one delegate in the grand scheme of things one delegate it is likely not GonNa make the biggest difference it feels like they should just move onto the next contest. You know practically it doesn't make a difference but you're right. It does make a difference in terms of momentum and I think that Buddha judge has probably benefited the most from being that close to sanders right. I think that the final count was Buddha. Judge was one delegate ahead of seeing. What's so essentially? You could say claim that he's the winner the winner of the Iowa Caucus which you know as far as like optics are concerned earned. That's really good for him and not the best sanders given given like if you look at the entire context of the primary the news. That's falling Bernie Sanders this week right He had an interview with Chuck. Todd or he talked about you know. He decided that he wasn't going to release his medical records. Right and then James Carville didn't interview where he also also questioned whether it was a smart move for America to select Bernie Sanders as their nominee. Right I mean so I think that Bernie Sanders Sanders needed that push more than Buddha judge at this moment. Well yes I mean I think they both I think they both benefited from it. A lot because sanders entire argument has been Ed. I am electable because I will turn out new voters. I will expand the electorate. I will bring out people who don't normally vote and because because the turn out is actually less than two thousand eight and a little bit above where it was in two thousand sixteen. That argument looks like it fell a little bit flat that it may not be true wasn't like there was this surge of new people coming in Buda judge I think benefits from it. I actually think they both benefit equally. I don't think it really matters who at this point is named like the quote winner. Because I think the whole thing just looks like maths to be honest with you and I think it's why people care about New Hampshire so much but I think that the reason that that Buddha judge got a big bump from it is really the Buddha Judge Biden narrative that it's such a huge contrast where Biden's made argument was electability pretty And the fact that booth judge performed so much better than Biden defying define where people thought that he would have been even in the the last couple of polls before that it seemed like he had fallen maybe to third or fourth so the fact that he did so much better I think was the big exciting narrative for him happy. You know. Reporters don't really want to report on something that if it seems like it's supposed to happen it happens like not that exciting but if it seems like it's not supposed to happen search then it's amazing. I mean I think unfortunately the candidate that really got raised in all of this is the fact that Warren came in third. She in this race this she came in third. She will probably come in first or second in New Hampshire. So let's talk about her that way.

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"tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"tisch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That the giants head coaches position is make it it's open and this time all hands on deck for the decision to select the new giants coach you got John merry involved you're gonna have Steve Tisch more involved than ever end the retained GM get a minute we've taking phone calls in favor of government against cattlemen and that's what makes is very very difficult is he the guy raising the guy we don't know but the giants are looking for a guy that can manage the whole team a leader and please gurus need not apply as we all know there's only room for one over in New York any as for the green team or coaches the green team Kevin in fresh meadows thanks for holding on your on the fifth eight and now how you tonight I'm used to hi Tom Hellboy fan I don't really understand how the giants and complain about the gentleman he drafted them of future on a quarterback that's going to be very good he drafted them think Wambach we and I was helpless and I'll trade you back Prescott and retaliate for those two guys in a heart beat and give me a moment I'll give everyone else in the chapel you organization their faith and none of them the other thing is I do not watch more coffee as a coach in New York according to Harry Reid use this guy can't handle the press in Green Bay how is he going to stand up to the press in New York City I understand like I did to join their I realize they need it off and the wind they need to work on their defense but I just feel like Gelman has the tool I think I just think you can do a good job if given the time and in New York City and New Jersey nobody wants to give the amount of time that might be needed and I want to know what you think about that I just I have one question for you like I you know like hi this is like a like a Rogers and and Mike McCarthy let's just say it what it did they're in a relationship right they break up what do you think Aaron Rodgers gonna have good things to say about Mike McCarthy no but I think I think that's one of the reasons why they got rid of my coffee and that Aaron Rodgers right isn't the big thing that Belichick wanted to trade Brady and the only said no you got a trade grapple and Bella check was supposedly very on happy about that and that led to the rumors about Billy Jack possibly coming to the giants this year I mean I know that more like national examiner as opposed to near our New York Post yeah but these things happen you know what if they get rid of the coach and they keep the quarterback sometimes it's for a reason you know yeah but it isn't it here's what I would say and I'm going to a go buy another criticism of Mike McCarthy was the relationship with Aaron Rodgers and in preparation for tonight I came across a quote from our Rogers and read to you it says I love Mike McCarthy Mike has been a huge part of my success in my career and I've had some amazing moments on and off the field Mike we've had issues no doubt any long relationship has issues but the way we dealt with those issues my can I was face to face I kinda like that hi Kevin I we lost our home waiver response there I kinda like that when Aaron Rodgers has to say about him despite the tumultuous relationship or by the way the Superbowl with Eric Ronkonkoma you're on the fence Hey Daniel I've been here user impressed yes is a woman of the form the morning there's just yeah I I you know was she she's gonna take you up on that Colin back from San Diego or were you know why don't you look it up it so it can be may thirty first that's when they come home from the angels okay well it's the the keep yourself on there that you know a couple a couple things that I found interesting on that yeah I I couldn't I can definitely agree what she's saying about the the labrum right because I had a torn labrum in my left shoulder done ten years ago and it's still barks every now and then I'm quite a bit older forty nine you know but the the fact of the matter is it still you know and I I I use my arms quite a bit with what with one I'm working with so I I can certainly understand that motive thank you know with the potential no not not again back to where you're supposed to be on there doesn't suit Gerrit Cole yeah yeah I'm saying this is a mess and I mean I could certainly I don't think he's going to have any problem whatsoever you know in the eighties I mean he grew up a Yankees fan you know if you're a fan of the team you know what's involved with the team on there no it's not it's not like one rainy Johnson came over on their end like right off the bat he had issues with the with the media I think you have the paparazzi follow him you know you're you're a fan of the team you know what to expect from you know the fans and the team and the environment and all that can have any any problems at all well there is you know good point yes I just want to throw that out there you know yeah like so happy new year be safe in a home you know there's a lot of interesting people out here right now and on the road who is one of the way here and make a phone call to a local police department actually yeah surprise surprise I do thanks for Erika appreciate it yeah I did my civic duty earlier tonight you know what you just if you think about getting behind the car right now as by the wheel of the car don't do it just don't do it Justin Westchester you're on the fence good morning Danielle happy new year happy new year nice job with the real issues I was pretty good thank you the journey I'm actually shocked the term we got fired and gentleman didn't it kind of seems like a no man's land right now yeah doesn't it you know it really doesn't it I don't see anybody out there that is going to make this whole without firing Gelman starting all over again I still think those turn it would be a great option to bring is an offense of coordinator I just don't know you know who you would let him up with I would think element has a relationship with him but I don't know that I want to see north terrorism head coach yeah I definitely don't yeah I was think about this too and just came to my mind as you were talking so say I mean my front runner right now is Mike McCarthy right so say Mike McCarthy wants to have some say in his personnel what about a situation where maybe Mike McCarthy and Dave Gelman any you know they've got him preach this whole idea of team in collaboration what why would that be a bad thing like you know I mean like why why that they're on the same page it would not be a bad thing I I I would think that you know one would have to coalesce or maybe I'm using the wrong word maybe the coach would have that yes to the general manager and vice versa but if he brings in you know Mike McCarthy yeah I I just don't feel good about Mike McCarthy in general I question what went on in Green Bay why they couldn't win and you've got Aaron Rodgers and you know I mean it they won their super balls because they're Charles Watson straight now that the fence and dom capers but I don't know if you just give me the warm fuzzies if Michael Carter content out there on the same page and that's his guy and that really wants they want me bring internal right yeah yeah that's that's I mean that's the question that I would have about that I I you know it seems like he's got his staff ready to go that Michael Carter he does you know yeah doing his diligence as far as keeping up with what goes on the other thing that that kind of scares me is somebody brought up today yelp analytics in football and you know I feel bad I don't you baseball distrusting their if if you will I I don't government to be an analytic side not at all so I'm you know I don't know if that's where the leaders going you know you have to be able to coaches players they have to you know they have talent but if the if you can't coach them yeah it has to have discipline and be able to be coached so the town is only gonna take them so far you could draft all the sick on board was more than just an exception because I think he's a cultural choir I think he's a team guy but you know bringing in somebody that's going to you know discipline these guys not necessarily be their best friend but allow them some you know some broke but you know they've got a phone line it will go to buy into the program how you get in the buying and all those things have become have to come together and I just don't see that happening with double minimum Carsey I mean yeah I mean I have got to be wrong yeah I mean nobody knows that such a thing and Justin thanks for the call nobody knows we are playing GM ourselves here nobody knows how this is gonna work out nobody knows with Dave get a man is behind closed doors and how he acts and how he behaves in nobody knows what Michael cartes about he has been in the league in a year I'm just going off resumes in track records because I think that's important I got a tweet from Avery and he said but to the current collar which is two hours ago if you are winning games you don't have to stand up to the New York press hash tag winning fixes everything a man giants fans would be happy to to get a couple more wins let's just say and they have any past year not because it has been dire for that the New York Giants Mike and he's rock away you're on the fence yeah yeah how are you happy new year and it's funny if I go will do about three weeks ago just wanted to see a little bit one looking up are not nice interview with Mike and I interview with bill Maher yeah and I look at you.

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Court rules Parliament suspension is illegal.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:58 min | 2 years ago

Court rules Parliament suspension is illegal.

"Coming up on the news Scottish Tisch judges rule parliament suspension is unlawful Justin Trudeau Kohl's Canadian general election mm-hmm and California posses landmark GIG economy rights bill. It's Wednesday September eleven. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson suspension of the UK parliament is unlawful. Scotland's highest civil court has ruled a panel of three judges at the court of session found in favor of a cross party group of politicians who challenging the prime minister's move the judges said the PM was attempting to prevent Parliament holding the government to account ahead of Brexit is it a UK government appeal against the ruling will be heard by the Supreme Court in London next week. The court session decision overturns an earlier ruling from the court court which said last week that Mr Johnson had not broken the law the current five weeks suspension of parliament a process known as proroguing started in the early hours of Tuesday fused as opposition parties have called for parliament to be immediately recalled in the wake of the court judgment but Downing Street said this would not happen ahead of the Supreme Court's ruling on the case a spokesman for number ten said it was disappointed by the decision and would appeal to the Supreme Court Scotland's First Minister Aniston Nicholas Sturgeon said the ruling was of enormous constitutional significance and the parliament should be recalled immediately to allow it to do the real and substantial stanton work of scrutiny she added the prime minister's behavior has been outrageous and reckless and has shown a complete disregard for constitutional rules and norms Labour's shadow brexit secretary Sakir stom- said parliament should be recalled as early as the softer noon Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called a federal election for the twenty first of October. Opinion Union polls are indicating. It will be a tough race. Mr Trudeau who is seeking a second term in office. The campaign is expected to focus on issues of affordability the economy economy and climate issues. The prime minister visited the Governor General Canada's acting head of state this morning to formally launch the campaign. Mr Trudeau touted his accomplishments in an announcement saying Canadians get to vote once again for the country they want to live in Canada has a federal fixed election in date and Canadians must head to the polls every four years. This campaign will be a relatively short forty days or just over five weeks over the summer. Summa the rival parties have been honing their message. Focusing on the economy and cost of living climate. Change is also an important issue to voters according to opinion polls holes. Mr Trudeau will have to defend his record including he's handling this year of an ethics crisis the proved politically costly the campaign is currently shaping up to be a battle between two parties the Liberals and the Conservatives national polls indicates they are in a dead heat with both on just over thirty percents support the polling nationally in third place on roughly thirteen to fourteen percent support with a slight lead over the Green Party California lawmakers passed a bill that paves the way for Gig economy workers to get holiday and sick pay assembly bill five as it's known will affect firms like Uba and lift which based in California and depend depend on those working in the GIG economy some estimates suggest costs for those firms would increase by thirty percent if they had to treat workers as employees but opponents to the bill said it will hurt those people who want to work flexible hours if it is signed into law the bill will change how employees treated in the GIG economy which has been a cornerstone of the model adopted by ride hailing firms and food delivery apps but and lift of both proposed a referendum on the decision in a statement after the bill was passed lift said we are fully prepared to take this issue to the voters of California to preserve the freedom and access drivers and riders want and need. It's not just tech foams that award about the proposed change in law typically. California has led the way in introducing legislation that is adopted elsewhere in the US and that has worried the Western states trucking association which represents truck drivers many of whom are temporary and freelance freelance workers in the UK Bouba lost its bid to convince the Court of Appeal that its workers want staff. It asked the courts to overturn an Employment Employment Tribunal decision that Uber Drivers be treated as workers rather than self employed. The tribunal rules that two drivers was staff and entitled entitled to holiday pay paid rest breaks and the minimum wage you you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker gets a play. The News with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I. Teens and follow lowest on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. 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"tisch" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

15:35 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"But Tisch yeah I don't know if that was intentional or if there's just one of those happy things though but anyway eating the pull the lack yeah and leaving US injured he's still strong yeah. He's stronger than your average. You know sixteen year old <hes> in the other the other guys in the trunk tank with them or <hes> obviously soccer football. Sorry probably is the proper terminology for two Netherlands football what we would call soccer fans who obviously got a little crazy <unk> this match who had it had to be like Otis on Andy Griffith and need to go sleep at off <hes> Johnson and but Peter <hes> leaves Ed's leaves the door open. You'll pay decide to shut it and just stay in that state. Gelson really everyone in the Netherlands is like super polite and Super Dainius and then we get a glimpse of the warden talking to his wife on the phone with the blacks motormen mask on the he asks us some like <hes>. There's like a farmer's market or something going on that side. He has to bar guys phone. He's like Oh sure here. He goes everybody. You're so nice. I don't know any Dutch people but <hes> if yellow actually that Nice you've got a leg up on like Canada. I will say this my inlaws now. My father-in-law was actually born in America but like jared's grandparents uncles were were born in <hes> in Holland mostly. They're known for being stubborn. Yes yes having a grandfather who yes yes but then again most mostly interesting stories I hear about him was were from World War Two 'cause they were part of the Nazi resistance or you know the resistance against the Nazis anyway but that's another story <hes> so but yeah so Peter Calls happy happy comes is stark jet <hes> over to field or two largest gorgeous to fill and <hes> they have the heart to heart six and <hes> they figure out that the his friends M._j.. and Ned are in London flash. Thanks thanks to flash constantly posting on social media rush <hes> <hes> but back because he now knows that <hes> M._j.. and Ned know that he's a fraud <hes> he s grafter them. If not the entire class <hes> so <hes> they <hes> Peter and happy half the high tail at to London in the process Peter has to create a new suit <hes> because the night monkey suit is completely destroyed <hes> so he gets to <hes> bring up everything stark has on spite Iran and custom make his own printed like three d printed suit on the flight from and other Orlands too happy. It's happy handles the tunes yes printers pretty efficient stark tack that is true a happy suit in the time it takes for fly live from from the Netherlands to London. That's not a long flight in the music. Therapy picks is A._C._D._C.'s back and black and black which is a nice throwback to the first iron man is dead appear going. Oh I liked the but I've just I've faced like kid has tony anything about music any of these talks and then and then there's there's like college. Kids kids are or even highschoolers that are like my twitter feed or whatever going nuts over queen and knowing who they are and I'm just like Peter you gotta go talk to some of these people I mean there were a couple of teams that were sitting in the theater when I I thought they were even faith because they knew that wasn't led Zeppelin. Obviously Tony's not around anymore so eventually anyway and Peter Parker and Peter Quill crossed is again. Bill needs to school Parker on classic rock to say so goodness. What are you teaching your nephew few really do you teaching him? Life skills like laundry or something. It's actually useful not not that empire strikes back. Is this really old movie or aliens. Thanks yeah well into something with only man's Oh so we get to London and that's where we have like the big fight where quill or quill quinton too many people with similar letters in their names if come on Marvel doppler the litter of names doing yeah I know he just wanted stuff that Bang theory episode about it. Yeah that's a conversation for times comic book character. Her name's <hes> the good the bad in the tongue Christie <hes> <hes> that's what we get the the big battle back <hes> decides that to really be able to convinced the world that he should be the next iron man he needs to quote unquote stop in at adventures level events but also make sure that no vendors will actually show up <hes> so he he's got nick fury <hes> and Hill there <hes> and <hes> and he's got the whole hollowed you know drones ready in the drones themselves could be cloaked just like the healthcare can and so that's why he sees them even when the projections necessarily going <hes> so but it's he his whole his whole story is that that it's like all of the elemental elemental come together feeding off the energy of the center of the planet or some sort of dimensional rift energy or something. It's a whole bunch of it's a whole bunch of Hokey is what it is. A Stereo is hoax guy feed it to him anyway to yeah helped me yeah so he's in like he's like an like an access like crosswalk on one of the bridges over the over the whatever river the teams the Thames <hes> in in downtown learned in <hes> so we've got <hes> you know Peter Trying to stop <hes> back the now that he knows that it's most of it's fake he just needs to get on the inside of the projection shut the drones down and then it's just him back in of course Bekker's just human so he should be able to take down on in the meantime happiest trying to save Nj and Ned and Peter Peter's friends and the search it gets blown up so they have to go to the tower London into the Jewel Torch Moriarty. I think would be very pleased. Yes I was waiting for a little nod summer like okay with you. In the show up also happy has placed a call into fury to yes. Ask trying to give him heads trying to give them a coded message. Just in case Beck was listening in appearance is not what they seem. Yes Carey's don't ever call office number. Get furious very fury <hes> furious. He doesn't suffer any fools lightly but you know at this points you know he's <hes> <hes> supposedly furious got some suspicions about back anyway. Although hills like no totally did not the that can just be hell throwing him under the bus for all. We know 'cause she can do that. She's like one of the few people can't do but <hes> so we've got a happy tried to Saint Peter's friends and a and they're using <hes> different weapons from inside the Tower of London like M._J.. Ground some amaze head <hes> happy ends up grabbing a shield and tries the throat like happens failed all spectacularly and <hes> they locked themselves or themselves inside like the jewel vault essentially the crown jewel room which is supposed to be like eight feet thick or something like that <hes> but then the drones have laser cutters plasma cutters. They're trying to cut through and they all think figure die. Somebody's start confessing. Things like M._J.'s like you know I I always tell the truth even even if it hurts people because I'm assessed with the truth listen flashes like I've spent all I've done his post stuff on the Internet people like me and <hes> happy yeah and then happy convince confesses that he's in love with spider-man's aunt three kids look at happy like what sharing there was another nice little nod to Captain America as store with with Peter taking the insides of one of the <hes> yeah yeah and whirling it yeah he takes a drone type ties it with like some rope and then takes a street sign and uses the shield and then he flings inside of the drone Kinda like cap through mobile <hes> yeah there's a nice nice nod <hes> but eventually he gets the drowns <hes> down so the just him back but of course still has a few few drowns with him and <hes> tries to <hes> US again Hologram <hes> effects to disorient Peter but this time he taps into the Peter Tangles they kinda like daredevil or you know you just kinda focuses it uses two sentences in his able to do some pretty awesome maneuvers <hes> and back all <hes> he corners owners back and it looks like back back accidentally got shot by one of the drones but route but we find out that the last second attack again another projection back almost shoots feeder with actual gun because he's got the Peter Tangles. He's aware of it it <hes> so they have this good and then before that Maria comes to save fury yes that on theory yeah that was closed yeah so hill being a bad ass that she is inferior not even Flinton you got me. I gotcha back so they have this like <hes> this <hes> Peter and Quinton have this <hes> tunnel confrontation <hes> and <hes> <hes> Peter uses he gets he's back and uses E._S. to <hes> shut off all the droids drones and Quinton <hes> Dis <hes> and Peter has has eat confirmed that there's no illusions be you know being used <hes> so <hes> and then he and M._J.. <hes> reunite and she confesses that she does actually like him not just because she thought it was Spiderman <hes> <hes> he had given the Black Dahlia necklace too happy to give the m day just in case something happened to him and <hes> it gets broken it in the process but she actually likes it because it was glass Italian unlike hand blown glass and actually likes that it's broken because the whole reason she likes Black Dahlia's her favorite flower is because in the murder the ones that day but they edison much they like each other and they have their first kiss and unleash second kiss and then they get back to the states and <hes> Peter thinks he I'm Jay Ned Blondie gone a double date but they netted blondie tell healthier they broke up fairly vacations so then <hes> Peter Piva confronts main happy on their relationship and happy thinks that it's more serious Beta base taking the page of the twenty Turks looks like it's open. 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"tisch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For our faithful listeners for the people of the parish for all those on the parish prayer list for our deceased fathers, and for Esther, Cox, Arthur, Unger, lighter Carmen, Odessa Dixon, gene, and Tisch Principato, we've prayed Lord Lord here. Our local father on the face of your son and receive the prayers of this, your family. So that strengthened by the gift of the Holy Spirit. We may walk with him and draw others to walk with us through Christ's down. Amen. Sisters and brothers pray that our sacrifice may be acceptable to God. The almighty father Lord, accept the sacrifice that you're Ganz for the praise and glory of his for our. Only church. Sanctify the invocation of your name. We pray Lord, our God this gift of our service, and by that gift make us an eternal offering to you through Christ. Our lord..

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"tisch" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"Yeah. If you saw through that twenty five by the time you thirty five all that filler only stretch Tisch's out it. Weighs your face down fillers. Have wait, they don't defy gravity. They like strapping to waits on your face. So over a decade. But again, here's the thing using the right amounts and doing them at the right time for the right reasons. We'll protect you doing it excessively, and doing it too much too quickly will cause problems. So if it's time not maybe because of Philip fatigue, or maybe because you've done your work and your homework and you've consulted, and you're really ready for say, some type of facelift. What can we expect these days because I think we all think like oh my God, you're going to be bloodying gross in swollen for eight weeks. You're gonna have scars behind your ears and everybody's going to know what, what does it entail these days? Yeah. So that's definitely true for older style approaches to face, lifting, which a lot of Sirte is still do so people do warned up, and I do lots of revision work with large long incisions that are hard to hide and that people will take forever to recover. So then they're, they're a newer techniques. So the techniques we use today, they usually use an incision. That's much more hidden. It's literally about one third or seventy. You know seventy percent lesson shorter in length than a traditional face incision. We have better technology. It goes inside this little thing called the traits so in front of our ear canal. There's this little piece of cards that pokes out the some people get their tray is. So you make an incision inside that thing not on the outside. So the incisions hidden, it goes around the ear lobe onto the back of the year. So it's like this weird circuitous s kind of shape, so each so you can't see it, and we go down with telescopes. And we don't what I don't do, as I don't go under the skin layer go straight from the incision under the muscle layer, the reason, why is is if you're under the skin and you lift them, what happens is the skin looks very tight or polled. If you go under the deep layer, the faces is called a deplane facelift. It makes plain DP window. Last time you did this. I did two of them today like a couple of hours ago you are digging around someone's head. Dig. Artistic out there like on my I never dig I gently separate the tissues and lift them. Sounds more invasive than say this old technique is it is. How long does it take to heal? So and this is funny. So I'll shout. Somebody out here. I just did have a facelift on somebody her. She's the she, she put it on his story on Instagram. She's called the eyebrow doctor and she chronicled her recovery over one week after week. She was back at work with essentially, no bruising, swelling, what this technique, it, would it does is, is it doesn't disrupt the blood supply to the face. So the face heels very quickly. And what we often do is, is we use. What's called hyperbaric oxygen therapy? So I work with a couple of hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Sounds kind of futuristic Michael Jackson. Yes. She's asleep in one in his home, many years ago. It's not cold at all. It's just you sit in it's like a big cylindrical tube. That's clear glass. So it's all like being in Mariah big. You can see through it. But what they do is they put oxygen under high pressure. Which makes the bruising swelling in the healing happened at three times, the rate of with one, you do your surgery within one of those do this before an edit mealy after the surgery, you get hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments. I'm not really. So that's better than any Arctic Apache ever. We do that, too. But this is like article on steroids. Okay. So I have tons, and tons, and tons of patients who don't have time to recover their on television. They're celebrities or models. There people who have been. Of course. I can't we have people nobody wants to acknowledge the fact sees the celebrities who look unbelievable who remain nameless and you to see them you just like you just mile from year to year because you like they just look amazing..

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"tisch" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"With my co host Frank Santo Padre and our engineer. Frankford? Orosa? Well, we started this podcast over four years ago. And for at least two of those years, we've been trying to get this next guests on the show and thanks to the efforts of peace to count them. Two talented sons, Sean and MacKenzie where thrilled Tisch say he's finally here for although he's highly distinguished acting teacher and drama teacher on Oscar nominated director of films and television and one of the most that. Admired and beloved actors of his generation you've seen him in pretty much everything the movies wayside story that touch of me Tandy fee. Amac's freaky Friday ramblin to the new baggage European vacation and the Frighteners and in doesn't popular TV shows including that twilight zone. Route sixty six fat man, the odd couple I'm digging sees fence terror night. Corey tales from the grip mad about you end. Of course as the lot stroll and eccentric Gomez Addams on the original version of the Adams. Family. He's old so boy swirled in animated programmes dorector features and well known series directed kademi award nominated short acted on Broadway and toward the world a one man show about the life of a growl. And he's even shared the small screen with me, Gilbert Godfrey. Please welcome cash one of our favorite performers and man who says he still sore from the stunts he did on the Addams family fifty five years ago, the legendary and allusive John Ashton. I will take three boxes of those introductions. How? Just like a candy butcher there in the old burlesque shows they used to they used to sell stuff when they were changing the scenes backstage at the gate theatre here in Baltimore, ladies and gentlemen, well, changing scenes pack stage. You know, that's what he sounded. Like. Yeah. Like a carnival Barker. Yeah. That was I loved it. I loved it. Now. Now, he is something's really here. Pinch me Gilbert, I know you'll win one of those from the early on. We've been saying we gotta get John. Nice non in my office. I have three different lists of guests and his name, John. Your name is on top of all three of them. I was going to take pictures and send them to you. So this is this is a two and a half year project. You know, we've called the theater about twelve times. I know I been busy. We had Gino Salomon on the job. We call. We sent letters. You're finally here. Thanks to Shawn MacKenzie. Yeah war. No say, well, yeah. I have three other kids. They could've helped too if you'd known we we're getting close to that. We're glad you're finally here. Now here something when I was a kid watching the Addams family. I wanted to ask you this. And that's like I'm in the cartoons the child's Adams cartoons, the father looks like pita Laurie. Yeah. He does. It's interesting. I I was a huge fan of Charles Addams before I ever knew there would be a series at all when I was in college. My roommate and I would buy a one of those volumes. You know, like. I forget what they call them. But monster rally or something, and we would raise her out the our favorite cartoons frame them. And put them on the wall of our the room we shared, and I had no idea that it would eventually become a series. And so when it was to become a series. I was introduced to it in a very strange way the head of the studio. Took the desk. It wasn't his office. The meeting was in. He he sat there though, at, you know, the head of the studio over sits at the desk, if there is a desk, John Kelly. No, no, actually, John was mardi mardi ransom hall. Nardi? Ransom. Yeah. John was his assistant icy at that time, and he is the person who first came to me. So actually, you're going back there because I was in a movie called the Wheeler dealers with Jim garner, Lee Lee MC, and and a lot of people like Phil Harris..

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"tisch" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"And so there that's your trip to an asteroid. Okay. I'm a scientist. I wanna look for life on on Mars. Okay. I need a rocket. That'll do that. I get a robot. I get this. I get that. And that's my configuration. And then I go oh military has some issue. They need to they need to check out. The back side of the moon in case, there's a thing hiding there. That's a different configuration. I see space not as what is the next moonshot? What is the next prize in the sky? I wanna think of space as our backyard when you go out your back door to your backyard, not predestined where you're gonna go. You wanna run anywhere? You're urges. Take you. By the way. A little known fact the cost going the moon is about the same with you adjust dollars for inflation of about the same as the total cost of the US interstate system while they go there as well. So so so where am I going to go with that? It's all right the interstate. Did we just build a road from New York Tisch icago, you could do that? But that's kind of restrictive suppose, you like farmland suppose you and you want to build the road there. So the interstate connects more than just the major cities. It connects little CDs to and enables the creativity of people with vision and dreams to build a nation as the collective expression of our. Of our urge to dream. For me. That's what spaces let it. Let it. Let let all of space be the target of all Rodrigues. That's fantastic. I had a dream that one day space would explored. My have my I have a dream speech. I have a nightmare that no one's going to build a road. You know what? It's what's interesting about that question is people always want more. They want to know. What's what's more instead of savoring? What we have and enjoying what we have. I think we need a little bit of both. Yeah. Because if you only save or what you have because they're the people who say, why are you going all these problems on earth? Okay. Let's fix the problems on earth. So let's go back ten thousand years. You're in the cave. Okay. I want to explore across the valley. We have came up. The solve the Cape problems first. And then we don't have the luxury to go out to the cross the brook over the mountain across the valley. Grandmother's house you've got to solve the k problems which you sound like to me if you say, let's savor this and not continue to. Yeah. You're right. I think that to me the combination. It's just like like when you're eating you just want to savor the food. That's in your mouth instead of just going for the next bite. But at the same time prepare yourself for the naked. Yeah. I like that. Right. Okay. More giving do this is Alexis from Hong Kong, and she's Graham, Amazon's Alexa. Alexa, play the hits of Hong Kong. When do you think we will start setting the world leaders into space if we could do that? Now, who would you send? Oh, no, no, no, see, you know, someone at a time just sent them. All yeah. It's a meeting having an eating, and it's going to be a lot of money. They're okay. So my favorite quote ever from Apollo fourteen. Astronaut Edgar Mitchell. Okay. And he he was changed going to the moon K, you he was a different person here thinks they all were changed. Most were don't think Armstrong was even write these these were steady, folks. Why wouldn't you be chain? Of course. But I mean, deeply emotionally like your different person their few of them that got really different afterwards. But people like Jim level and gene Cernan last man on the moon. Apollo seventeen. I I got to be friends with them. And they they seem like pretty regular folk. Do you think anyone got changed for the worse? Any of these in Hughes that he went to alcohol. I mean, there's yeah..

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"tisch" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"If you in the book, that's not how the book ended the book in. Did you just didn't know what happened to finding? You don't know. No. If he. If he ever got out, you just know that he's in jail when? When you finish the book, and we actually shot that ending the way Tisch finds out that Frank who Fanis five other kills himself, and she goes into labor finding that out and the baby's born, and we shot that ending. And when berry was watching it and screening it to get feedback. What he was receiving was after that beautiful seeing that you see defined when he's just so angry and frustrated but still yet loving to TIs people. They did not see finding after that point. And they thought that the audience thought that finally had killed himself as well. So buried felt like he did not want to. Patriarchs to to fathers to die in the story. And if that's how people were receiving it. He felt like it was very important to change that. So they shot a of we shot another ending. And that was the ending you saw. So that ending is actually more hopeful because very decided that win finest. Character says I'm building table for my family eat around and may not be the table that he built but his family's there together. Malbranque's so much for the call. I am speaking with Oscar nominated actress Regina king about her role in the film, if Beale street could talk you can join the conversation listeners what's your question for Regina king about the life of an actor about using your voice as a platform for change more with Regina king and your calls after this break. I'm Jane clayson. This is on. Point..

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"tisch" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Hi, Jane nice to be here. Congratulations to you on this Oscar nomination, your first wonderful. Yeah. It is must be in the clouds. It was such a beautiful beautiful performance. Just really. So tell me a little bit described the story the story of a of love and tragedy and heartbreak and this beautiful young woman named Tisch. And this young man named Fani. How would you describe the film in its message? How I would describe the film as not the typical of story because it is a representation of love between more than just two lovers. It's love between family members love between friends, and how that love permeates and how it pushes through traumatic things that happen in lives. Whether they're ongoing things love is finding. The way to get on the other side of that trauma. One critic wrote that you are quote, the beating heart of some of the film's finest scenes you've already earned a clutch of awards for your portrayal of Sharon. Tissues mother in the film. Here's a here's a clip your character. Sharon, immediately, supports Raddad Tisch when she confesses she is pregnant here in this scene. Sharon, shares the news with the rest of the family by giving toast. This..

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"tisch" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Going back. Fifty sixty seventy years are still issues today. This. You in closely to Baldwin's words and storyline Jenkins has made a film that is itself both small and large. The intimate lives of individuals or were you captured amid the much larger burden of African American history in this country. I spoke with Jenkins recently at the Eaton hotel in Washington DC for like in this book. Those two voices were perfectly fused and my job. I felt like was to arrive at a certain level of parody and telling the stories come on select the love story was the thing that was going to carry the day. It was the thing the audience was going to see themselves as readily, and then we kinda slip in this other element is less of it. But it's so much heavier that now you don't realize, oh, I'm actually experiencing something that's real and vital and important. You're balancing these two very different registers. Yes. Exactly. One is a love story one is rage and anger. And I think the power of Baldwin was and is that invalidating those two things you really show the relationship between the two when Tisch discovers she's pregnant her family rallies to support her Regina king plays. Tissues. Mother drinking. So much of it is the interior life of the characters. Right. I see what you've done with the way people look at each other or the way the camera looks at.

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"tisch" Discussed on Q95

Q95

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"tisch" Discussed on Q95

"Treatment. Hey used to be pretty. Hazel, green, blue Gettysburg, gray. Soldiers. I miss the days when I was the only one that hated you instead of everybody. Everybody hates everybody now. Okay. Good, which is my favorite, quite frankly. Awesome. How about some? How about some music from? John mellencamp? Macho? Embarrassed that I didn't know we did that in house macho Tisch well now they don't right now. It's usually an array. Yes. There was a radio on. I'm sure a couple of months after radio edit, should we? I would the macho Tisch t-shirts sell I think so it'd be so obscure eleven one or two. Yes. Pardon me, really t-shirts. Do you have over there? Big guy in your out, my friend. Are you kidding me? I got lots. Wait a second. We have the Josh Arnold. Josh is a very fine standup. Comedian tell us about the t shirt, you have I had a was us. It's kind of a conceptual. Yes. Yeah. I do. I talk about how I'm half fats. The upper part of my body fat the blower, half, beautiful gorgeous. You are ankles. Indeed have very slender legs. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I've got an internal belt that keeps it all from using any lower. All right. So. One of the jokes. So. This pitch you still during your show in which you would say, hey, I'm you you describe yourself as being half fat. And you you're having fun with little and a bunch of people would come with me and go, hey, I'm half fat. Also. And I went, oh, you know, what this might be a shirt half shirt. Just shut so over the course of about four years. I've sold literally thousands. I'd say about two thousand for you. Wow. Now, what people buy them for friends is a gift sometimes. And I originally only got large two three x because I was like who's buying what small is buying a half fat shy. And then people were clamoring for small and medium because girls wanted to work out in them. And so I got Smalls mediums. And there was one of my top sellers. Have you been have you ever been say walking through Renault of a theme park or a state fair store? You went. I was on the way to a joke there, not I have had friends send me pictures from goodwill stores and of a half fat shirt. No. And my sister, my brother and sister in law own to resale shops in Saint Louis, and my sister-in-law sent me a picture and said, look what someone just tried to sell us. And I said did you buy it because I will resell it. There's no overhead for me at that point. No. She said, we did not accept it. It would be profoundly sad. And ironically, if you saw one at some disaster relief thing with.

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New York City moves to revoke Michael Cohen's taxi medallions

The Takeaway

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

New York City moves to revoke Michael Cohen's taxi medallions

"Corruption if evidence warranted an investigation the candidates had their first televised debate yesterday on the Manhattan network neighborhood network to of Cuomo's aids have been convicted of corruption of, the governor has, not been implicated. New York, City public advocate Tisch James said people who use public office for corrupt purposes should be prosecuted what we as. Attorney general and is next attorney general will do follow the evidence and the facts wherever it leads. It leads to the second floor so it's important that individuals understand that no one is above the law and. No one is below the, law but as it stands now the attorney

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Michael Cohen trial: Trump accused of directing hush money

Midday on WNYC

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Michael Cohen trial: Trump accused of directing hush money

"Vex that his former personal, attorney Michael Cohen has cut a deal with prosecutors. President Donald Trump, says flipping ought to be outlawed in all fairness to. Him most people are going to do, that and I've seen it many times I've had many friends involved in this. Stuff it's called, flipping and it almost ought to be a legal on Tuesday, Cohen pleaded guilty to eight, counts including campaign finance. Violations he alleges that Trump directed him to make hush payments to fend off embarrassing revelations that could threaten his White House bid President Trump who spoke to Fox, News channel's FOX and. Friends trashed his former confidant for agreeing to a plea. Deal but he had nothing but praise for his former campaign, chairman Paul Manafort who has been found guilty in. Virginia federal financial crimes Trump, says he has great respect for

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Maxine Waters Reacts to Kanye's Praise of Trump: He 'Sometimes Talks Out of Turn'

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Maxine Waters Reacts to Kanye's Praise of Trump: He 'Sometimes Talks Out of Turn'

"Okay now meanwhile in other news i just have to comment on nazi water so maxine waters came out yesterday and she was talking about kanye west now i'm growing tired of talking about kanye west i think the kanye west did something great and over the past few days he's been tweeting out quotes from thomas sowell and all of that's really good so i think connie is a political expert no don't think he's political expert but again kudos to conde for attempting to have conversations about politics in a fashion that doesn't fit directly into the jigsaw puzzle that the democrats have built for him he's been saying that you should think for yourself politics he's been saying that we don't have to be stuck on a particular political plantation honestly good for him for saying all of that well maxine waters has had enough the representative from california who is one of the more dole tisch members of congress i mean she is she's really stupid human being matching waters tore into kanye west and here's what she said she said quote khania west is a very creative young man but we also think that sometimes west talks out of turn and perhaps you need some assistance in helping him to formulate some of his thoughts is he kanye west needs maxine waters to guide him because he's stupid we don't think that he actually means to do harm but we're not sure he really understands the impact of what he's saying at the time that he saying it and how that weighs on particularly african american community and for young people in general and then she continued quote i understand that he's getting pushback from a lot of young people on the internet but we're hopeful that his creativity will continue to be demonstrated.

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