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Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
"tom com" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"tom com" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"To clarify in the movie. I'm not really unclaimed different scenes. Just a small arnoun. I haven't seen it. But i'm toll. What it is is small black and white part where i'm channeled through a cat cabinet. Dr gary german expressionist style. Aluminum face all Leaving las vegas a little bit of gone sixty seconds. So that's all that is the reason why really made the movie was that tom gorman roby terrific letter and i can tell that he was made from a place of genuine enthusiasm and i'm always inspired by enthusiasm and it was a return to comedy and i'm told that when people see the movie they're really going on along with the ride and they're laughing and is. Why isn't nick do more comedies. And i was like well. Hello you're not inviting narrow zone i did. It can happen to you. You know. Tom com age honeymoon in vegas and and so i thought you know i think somewhere along the way people are in the small town of hollywood forgot. Then i can also be funny and i thought well. Let's go back to that. Just like a pig. Let's go back to the independently. Spirited drama leaving las vegas joe badly ten. You know this was like let's go back on and another part my repertoire that i wanna share with people on happiest when what i do makes people happy. Then then it's on then we have the connection then the the relationship is audience for myself. Were insisting again. And i think this movie massive talent will will bring back or the audience back. Thank you so much for all the great work over the years It's been fun falling you and thank you so much for doing this. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much take care. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate taking a minute more to subscribe to our podcast on itunes or your podcasts out and to leave us a rating as well if you have any questions comments or concerns you can reach me via twitter at twitter dot com slash. Stop fiber and you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at t. h. r. dot com slash the race until next time. Thanks for joining us..
"tom com" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Effect of losing weight is taking my bat. When i lose out of this tissue i lose toxicity but most of the toxic Lies in out of this tissue. And so on detoxing while i'm creating a healthy body in at the same time father that goes into the the bloodstream goes directly to the horrible stimulates in semantic functions hormonal productions in within twenty one days of doing this three or four times a week. Women crave for it when they do it while. That's amazing i'm gonna move forward. You mentioned diabetes. I wanna break this out a little bit as well because some could argue. Okay well if you eat well. We adopted tom com. The greatest advice ever heard from anyone if it has a label. Don't need us. And i repeat it all the time. When the diabetes discussion comes up someone could say well. If i clean my diet if i do this do that. Okay let's just say they are eating clean die or not an anti-diabetic referred to combine with oxygen. What does that look like. You're stimulating the pancreas so you're going to create systemic options. That don't really happened. When you have hyper or hypo pancreas. So it's going to create balance so it works on the symptoms of the problem but the cause is diet so we always have to relate back to die. You plan your diabetics or diabetes without looking at diet. It's very very important like your doctor. Saying there's a label on donington. My saying is eat living foods anybody stat. Don't eat it so what you take their then on meat because meat obviously is dead. So you against eating meat or do you plant. I'm not against me i choose. You're you're not gonna go to mcdonalds school but you know if you you know what you're a farmer you gotta be careful. I studied that long-term in nutrition. Sebej cherian for eight years. I'm no tight like my wife..
AXE TO GRIND PODCAST
"tom com" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST
"That was getting older. This is like when slapshot put make america hate again it. It's or probably three of it all record now think of it. There's a period band's sound detached because they're not making the best optics choices but maybe they also are because their fans are getting older. So i think that this era of af is difficult to love on the surface for that reason but i bet you find something rewarding there. I do not like riot. Start record. I was gonna suggest i do not like that but tom i wrong. Or is that the one where they it's like more street punk. No probably more dead yuppies. It starts off with fucking the new york. Police say giuliani. Fuck you and whichever one. If beijing rebrand that and a posted up on spotify to get those whichever one so fucking whichever one sounds more street punk. I'm i'm specifically and this is a matter taste. Obviously not into win. The new york bands go through their street on face. Do not like i do not i. I think it's a good. It's a good move for an older and aging punk. Look you're not wrong. Everybody can wear those dropped. Murphy's type hats. And i get it but it's just odd i lose the plot dropped murphy type talking about scally caps the ones that everybody's making fun of us boys. Hey newsies everybody. That's making fun of those on social media this week with the fuck be scally caps our conversation. All the women are slamming the scally caps. This week they are. They're going hard. Tom com now. Here's the deal. Everybody all the men are replying. Polled this what you wear when you go forward and they're not wrong valid. There's valid points to be made on all sides here. But i do. I assume that the guy wearing that is going to talk to me about some bullshit. Don't give fuck about yes but there's worst people to be in life so i'm not you know you you you're on the weirdest quarter today brother. I'm just i'm picks beer beer and the scally caps. What's next you know. Jud i. My father looked pretty decent and suspenders. The other day would your swear a skycap. Oh he he owns one. of course. that's what you wear going out when you're over eighty so let's fine i think you should. You should get your driver's license taken away when you put that hat on. And that's like if you're if you're seventy you turn in your drivers license. You get a scalp gap. That's fine de tom. We were talking about agnostic front and pat saying he doesn't like the street punk stuff..
Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"tom com" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"We couldn't even have the coffee in that tom. So we're all downstairs to in the meal plans and then by the time that the coffee window. I've been kyle was running that you would do. And he always host for a couple of months and then was allowed to basically you hiring a team it was. It was crazy crazy. That's once you some thinking so much what yourself banging yoga thing we learned just had toffee were businesses to be bad about being here new york during that time we could've shutdown. We'd we honestly could've you would just come on full-time like you. Just quit your job to come on full-time we always about sign a second store. We had lost things happening. He that we're doing pretty solidly. And then all of a sudden it was like everything. Shut down every two weeks two weeks. And i'm in the back obama and you'll new like secretly guy well. I don't think see me to ace. And we actually got to work straightaway painting and titan anton that we had to refurbish supplies. Taj things up and you know this is where kyle comes into his own like you just attention to detail operating partner like every lunaticatron. Every thing was retouched you store. Had tom think about new systems implies but yeah i think that was a period of time where cow you get. Whatever tom com ebay would work and out cook you brisa and then eventually had kayla to use a hose. Been single these wall. Street's who's going on. We're not just like you know we'll wait till the end. We actually doing cal. Yeah think we saw a real opportunity. Look robin china. What here and said see what other restaurants doing. I think there was a lot of that pressure. That was articles. Come every you'd see what other restaurants doing chine think we stuck in airline think and making that decision and then whether it be from enduring improvements install to thinking what's next and where we probably missed the mock it was almost like a set for us in a why look back on it was probably i think is one of the throat now but it's probably one of the best things to happen to us Because we got tom to sit back and think about where we can improve. And what's next. The charlie straight is a brand huge change to time serves operation. We change the way that we had stuffing up here being chef goldman but then also it actually sped up another project that we were not some time. sar caddy. Maybe you chase yeah. Well i'm sure most people listening i've obviously heard about You know the new. Cpg brand that. We're launching underneath Chali street which were obviously thrilled to finally be in a position to launch it to the to the public. It was something for everyone that doesn't allow us to. Well is this was in the works before coveted actually if you looked at invested that we will pitching in in november and december before we were always planning to launch Two of products One of which had just blown out al sales expectations out of waterloo..
No Story Is Sacred
"tom com" Discussed on No Story Is Sacred
"That's true because what's the what's the the the warriors right warriors. I would argue not always the best film. It's got some weird shit but it's like a cult classic in not the way. The streets of fires complementary as classic derogatory one of my favorite memes. That i don't entirely understand but appreciate he and you think i would have done bit more research into what exactly happens in the unit before this. But why would i start big responsible. Now that's important. What's important is. I had a brilliant idea enough. And we're done all right. So buckle up. Because i'm gonna god now. I it's not going to be that crazy here because you know what was occurring to me as story started. Where's the band and all this. You're right so i know where they're on glee. Welton none of this. Mr shoe has no place here in the bathroom. So here's the thing. That i was thinking of as i was kinda watching the movie in thinking about what i'd changed necessarily because my mind wandered a lot while watching this assuming What was the doing. And honestly i wanted to have tom's involvement in this be a bit more personal and connected with that so i'm thinking that in the back story Before tom went to war and changed whatever he was part of the band. And what happens in the past. Is that Tom was the songwriter. And also maybe did like rhythm guitar or maybe lead guitar or something like that like the clinic. Sexy sax who knowing how the base fits played in streets of fire. Sure the song about the movie movie to whatever Maybe as an instrument and can also sang too. But the thing is it's ellen who really made the songs tom alive so they had a really good partnership the war happened. Apparently it was a big deal because a lot of people that were older than say twenty five which the i would argue that wellness those characters like teens probably at least as how is portrayed so punk kid hey so i'm thinking that ellen like the movie baby thought that tom had been killed nor she's trying to just strike it out as much as she can and with the band Provide for them and is doing her level best. It's not as good as it was back in the days with tom com. But you know the new manager billy Hooks up with a good songwriting talent. And all that so is able to have some margin of what she used to be with tom there and the band. I won't have the band actually characters to again because Like pippen was mentioning. Tom gets brought back in with the. Oh by the band. Kind of the emotional. A not necessarily the money you play and part of the overarching story as shown in the movie is going to be tom getting his music back. How music back. Tom got his views back. Who what why puns. Hey think that then would also give tom an emotional core in this movie. That honestly he is lacking aside from..
Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"tom com" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"This little known that dork words like yeah guy was playing come on. That's true because good kid. Tom com the mob. Was here play the piano. While we gunned down these people pushing again. Can you play. Hit me with your best shot on the fire away. The best thing about this is that it actually gives additional character development. Like what you really have to boot. Anything thank you. I enjoyed this book. A laugh you loud in any series in you disney. This valjean really good character out. Make great art Up if you haven't already been reading oh yes season one and that one. Oh yeah. But i mean even season one. I mean they walk on into the red hood. Stop i mean. The season started with korda. Owls they're mixing some of the imagine if they do their live action universe could imagine. Oh my god. I'll be awesome is not as great as live action or storing storytelling wise. It's been better with about me over all right. So where we go next have nest. That leases was. Why have i future state gotham. I have joker and batman zero. Oh yeah let's do. I am band which you know what i actually got to the white to to the free comic book day issues So so they reprinted some of this in the batman issue so all right all right. So what did you think of this. I am batman the murrow fat. I mean that can kind of annoying tim. No call me. Jason's like why i don't know phase to remind over yeah You know what that might be. The only silver lining of tainan lieven is like will that will hold magistrate stuff going to you. Know what i. I'm like what's going on detective. Except the know when you or even the main bap books but they wanna hear peacekeepers or magistrate in like still doing this disaster that this issue has to be like the braves On for.
Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"tom com" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing
"She's when the toughest guys had to guard because he can do it all inside outside. He's in the way he shut almost like bill. Cartwright it was high. So you're talking about blocking a shot. You can block shot and he would tell you to come double team only got post you up. He'd be looking at you like this. Come on come. You better come very tom com double team and as soon as you would come he would turn over that right shoulder. Seven foot shot. And it was like why jeevan things funny by him. Also his hands are probably about this big he has the spies freaking ads ever like one issue to so good. You'll have those big hands. It's the worst because there's.
"tom com" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Avi avi saying that you can look at the patterns of post impact slayer and those patents lieutenant you you can exclude anything that we know As from the from the cost craze or radiation anything that you know exists those patents with tell us sort of a like a fingerprint something and if the exclude all of that and you can find a pattern that you can explain. Then then perhaps the. Since it's the the dark matter events The whip hypothesis would be nuclear recoils z. On nucleus get whacked by a dark mind game of billiards on nucleus giving wack- most of the backgrounds it turns out are actually electric loans cameras and has got electrodes. Nuclear beta decay will make energetic electrons. So most of our backgrounds electronic so we can tell the difference on an event by event faces a nuclear recoils electronic employed mechanic cuisine. On one of the things. I mentioned the honest that the ratio of charge initial is different for nuclear for electronic of the backgrounds a larger ratio the second pulse to the first balls compared to the dark matter particles. Let's get another tool you have and you could see backlines. I should though dramatic does have to go into making sure that materials with winston construct. The detector are very very long background including one of the lastest backgrounds. We could deal with his raid on here about right on base man. Rare gas radon decays and also has many daughters case because rtc salon. He called on those can all also create backgrounds quoted rate on in our zima another turns out the crypt on crypt on. I think zenana is magic liquid. Do dark matter searches. Unfortunately the next lighter noble gases crypt on crept. On by comparison is very radioactive. Krypton is produced the uk testing crypt on eighty five. It's also released. Brandis feared punative one in these radioactive krypton isotopes and caused a huge background. He actually remove the crypt on from the sub parts per trillion. In order to have low on background on our experiments. that's done by distillation and what could on charcoal his trip. Tom com so you can use that technique to so so it's like radon crypt on the evil mobile gases. Zenana are stable. Friend with no long lived radioactive. Some hard on is another story. It's slightly radioactive. But there are ways to reduce its reactivity and then me on helium are intrinsically non radioactive salves so you can pick it up with me on helium as well.
The Indigo Podcast
"tom com" Discussed on The Indigo Podcast
"So really thinking about. What are we trying to accomplish. He's the best person to do. What's the best format do it A lot of organizations have learned that they can deliver training effectively. Virtually in the last year or so. But if you just had okay from now on we're going to deliver all learning virtually without thinking about what's nature's child you need to be virtual format. What types of training programs for bethlen themselves. So that again just being very deliberate and the third is This is this is more with respect to the valuation. I've a friend of mine. Air service. And i've talked a lot about training evaluation. He has sold me on the two questions methods. And he and. I written a little bit about this. But they're more in practitioner in the practitioner world. But he would say. I agree that in any evaluation. You're always trying to answer to question. How many doing. How can i do it better the way. Those questions are asked depends on the role that the particular have so as a learner. When i asked tom com doing and how can i be better the example i was like the use the final paramedic and i think my final exam on saving lives and i got a seventy percent. I i need. And i want to know that like i only know seventy percent of what i need to know but i also i also wanna know. How can i improve. And so if i'm a trainer how do they do a trainer. What could i be doing better if i'm a training. Director are applying learning using their training. That we're doing and if not what you do to build those things in we're investing hundreds of thousands maybe millions of dollars depending on the size of our organization. Is it working. And what are the pressure points that we can go after to improve it. So i think that's thinking that two russian framework within the role that i met with i've trainer. Hr director ceo. I think those are really valuable. Wage increasing the impact my learning and development is having. So you know you're a professor. I'm a professor. You're a professor who has studied trading and learning in development for a long time has influenced your approach in the classroom. Yeah i think You know probably not much. As it should craig craig's first laws that psychologist geezer teach than it is tomorrow so it's kinda like kids right after work shoes so but yeah i think On writing about stuff ago. I should try since well so i do. Think like the band organizers. And something that i think I really believe that engage actively engaging the learner is the one of the best ways to get them to retain information so when i'm standing up there lecturing for forty five minutes and they're looking at their phones That that's not particularly That's not going to be affected. So i been moving towards more application more more more. Where and then we come back from that and what was happening. Why didn't go right after we do. You know say you're doing for problem solving ask and the group struggles like what happened. What went wrong. How can we do it sometimes. Students are dissatisfied with that. Because they wanna know ten emissions they're going to be asked about on the. Yeah but i keep persisting these are the things that you're going to need to know and you trying them seeing where you're thinking. Weaknesses are in us processing that. That's the best way. I can get you to learn this. Content is way that You're gonna be able to apply it..
The World of Phil Hendrie
"tom com" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Days of bobby. We'll be right back. We're going to go to the gym going to go to the gym. We're going to do some working out. Try to work out a lot of the anx that were feeling right now. Jim workout expert feeling. I just said that we'll be right. Back bobby steve duly thirty days of bobby. We'll be right back. We'll be right back well. bobby is comes up because i'm wondering are you gonna break. What do you do. What what am i doing. You're you're saying we'll be right back breaking. Yes we're breaking would win. You gotta break. We guess what. Tom com the middle. Might get lost. I'm we'll be right. Pat bobby steve duly. They'll be right back pushing. I can't do that over on the right now. Bobbie dooley has. I'm sorry i can't can't be disloyal to bobby. I just dumped out of that. We'll be right back folks. We are back and.
The Cycling Podcast
"tom com" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"About tonight. You're going to get in that breakaway tonight. Up that i really together in the breakaway. But the we she wasn't easy day. I tried a million times and I'll do that again today. And hopefully the puck. Maggie will today and hopefully stay warm on this ascent. Thank you are you to tell him. Sweeney this is harry swing dog sweeney. I two to france running like an absolute demon Fill a better than i thought. I would this tape into the too. So it's It's exciting for about. Yeah i'm also really happy to be here. Tell me about that breakaway. Because that was not only just getting the break. Y you're like drowning out. They're unbelievable yeah. I felt like had really good legs that day. And i saw some weakness in some of the guys on the climb south on Yeah i tried everything. I could to get away from them. And i'm happy with how i wrote my awesome. What do you think about tonight. Unitron that breakaway also legs are. I did nothing yesterday. I'm trying both tactics for the rest. I did. i i- nothing right now. I i i did efforts and easy ride and yes i did nothing so i'm gonna say which come off better now. You're in trouble. You're in big trouble. I'll be surprised if you make tom com. Today we'll say. I i say good luck out there. Jeez i appreciate it. We'll i found that really interesting. And you're probably wondering why. I was asking that about lachlan morton and you know. I'm sure everyone's aware of what he's up to. In our he is feigned doing the alternate our and he's on was to rice the peleton and maybe get there just in the same time. We'll maybe just behind. Maybe you know just in front. But he's already there. He's already arrived last night. Didn't they unbelievable. I the best part about that. Is i love that. He's dead flew out and did the last leg with It's really special. Aubain string along the way Always obviously doing sweden last week and the whole idea will move. Training for those. Two events was sustained touch when we're doing our vents. The funny thing was on may seem when i was out doing a mountain bike rob before i went to sweden's lock. How's it going in the first week out mountain biking. He's like. I wish i was there. I did sweden. And then just before i came here i went. Ferment and barton said hey hey you going mountain biking you still on that journey. You know it's it's been a long hole but he's already there well. A few writers smarting said more cova. Things said that he wished he'd done the alternative to he'd be finished. Now i'm doing some starts from these are courtesy valvular. Our friends velvet an average distance. Three hundred and twenty seven kilometers per day for lock the morton average claiming three thousand eight hundred meters per day. That's.
Inform Me Podcast
"tom com" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
"For one will not pull this emotional under we know mick be pin a bill again for these village sidamo up bolivia's go copy for most was beca- plant-based nussle better to just hit. You hit you hit. Don't worry tuscaloosa swing near route but you discuss. It may not be able to tell. Yeah because people will to gives the issue to let your car your way for here afterwards. Defeat on about what's up. I'm done with the swiss miss. My light be coalition to your six guys. If iguazu says tangles newbies. Rick danko sat comeback. Lebron will give his time. When randy mccall in. Be churn people in the opposite party community. Go train you train more. Yes while bolivia and rather be female a release for political two collateral will feet ten to please do challenge be done. Now wait a minute mark. All right okay. My people doesn't always go much. I nine it's do passer this what we call your names when the the importance has on the gadget since give us for this site now once begins is that one day just like the one. We'll talk just nice dot. Tom com become as patron people today. Don't make name so our our own look. We value our own. Nuclear and coral ridge are on. That week was debate. How will still move forward. My name now. Sandra it y sultana michael people and the kind of advice wag will give you to be mcq. Everyone of force we prepare mcquaid tower power unless you're on a fuzzy riera pablo moncayo bits. Because this time none time for everyone or force to determine law give up all your dream numata which happens stand will what i i say they fear lou. What i blessed be walked us. Remember one team not tiny nine maybe between a genius and feel dodgers the true so men broader organic the organic scimitar on our way at my wanna listen. Sonar business and lifestyle programming for me with ally since on. Inform me radio this morning. We take st genome by s d twenty dates in number twelve inch of sustainable consumption and production patterns. And we send if look inward find. Let's you don. What's he the always on an han some to take better our immediate communities on i remember the information will not here and us navy powell will not get to take komo for this situation where we find ourselves so the next time we'll go coma game make will not say good kelvin ourselves. They will thoughts stay positive burji immune system and look for somebody on orbital wanted. I look for somebody to encourage to mental. If you know say you get something way you need to share to transfer the richest place with four eight maddie grief the graveyard because so many people carry information. would god give them for airports. They carry them in agreed with him or batmobile. Portion that's we've for inform me reducer. Nobody mouth quiet ruble always talk to next time my name. Eliah a.
In Their Closet
"tom com" Discussed on In Their Closet
"Women and the g costa rica right now. Living michelle shannon to allen a. l. s. different vibe on the west coast is welcoming. I feel like that to a lot of crabs and the bills. I hear yeah. There's more to get done out there. As far as like tom com wise and businessman year opportunity ended up way more way bigger. And you just finding your left lot of a lot a lot of the time. Be going with your energy gno in which you know and like vibrations you really put it out and come back to you. The manifestations of the vibrations. Yes so i wouldn't say manifestation story that i have to share so and i'm gonna say like maybe a year ago. It was cold and the night before at cleaned up my jewelry box. You know because. I'm always decluttering stuff and i went into the jewelry. My earring section. And i found like this little diamonds dub but i couldn't find a match was acute stud and so i took it out and i sat it on the sink and i said i need to find the match to this. Wanna put it back in the george. Because i don't want it to get lost again. saw put. That was the night that was about eight o'clock that night. And then i went to bed the next morning before i went to work i went outside to walk barbie my dog and so i went into the closet because it was coal a grabbed my coat put barbies leash on her and then we started walking and so while she's walking taking care of her business i reach into the pocket of this coat and guess what was in the pocket of the coat earrings the matching pair of the earring that i sat out the night before that was in the chill isn't that crazy. That is the craziest thing to me. So i was thinking like. Why is this earring in. This coat hadn't warned that that particular code in months. So i pull out the earring just to make sure i'm not going crazy. I go back in the bathroom. I sit down and it's the exact match.
The Social Fix.
"tom com" Discussed on The Social Fix.
"If is like that would be really scary. Yes yes traumatizing. Yeah and because he was a lot older than may like i think he played on that quite a bit like your loved like having the power of like he was. Yeah i knew exactly what the word is but he just loved having not like dominance yet. I just thought that he could use that to his advantage and treat me however he wanted yeah. That's sorry ridiculous like inch. Just like where's the responsibility he was like. You're a decent amount older than you. It's like take some responsibility as well for like someone you like growing up fifteen. Yeah like tight care yeah. tom com. Now what the phone. Yeah and then. I went into once that had officially ended..
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"tom com" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The beginning unbelievable. All right. i've gotta let let you to wrap up Any any other thoughts about the weekend quickly like thomson. Fantastic carter races. I love coming here where you see horses come from you know and it might be the more of that here than anywhere so just enjoy the day. I mean i. I don't know i've had a hard time trying to pick any winners. I like english being from grand motion. I don't know why just think he's a little bit of a surprise. Me nary everybody's excited yeah. I like in the maryland sprint. I like seven nation army. The ron quit are under study right. Yeah absolutely cooler so neat horse and of course there's a song seven nation around there. Well done well. Tom com showing tom showing. How young and fresh. I'm super him. Just ask all my friends and my family. unbelievable tom. law and joe clancy and Guys enjoy the weekend. Thanks so much thank you. This horse. Racing dot com for the coverage and we will continue With with another clancy The the the more the more studied and and and sedate clancy clancy joining us shaw. Good morning good morning. Steve have gone a good You know it it's been Is unusual a week coming here to tell you coming to pimlico. It is always unusual anyway but Shawn your Your take on on the last four days plus it's I just. I'm just saddened by it. I just disappointed Again I've had phone calls from From my.
Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
"tom com" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur
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The Business of Fashion Podcast
Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career
"Wanted to start. I mean everyone by now knows you know all of the amazing things you've done in Russia but I wanted to start by asking you. What was your first fashion moment? When was the moment a kind of clicked with you that this was going to be? Calm your of her. It was time longtime ago. What fashion was not consider? It was today if you say I want to work in fashion. People think you are just superficial person and one. My mother was winning French L. Each week and I was watching French L. And the like it on the really like it. But how old were you at the time? I think I was maybe twelve years or something that and I like it. I don't pages and I really like it but it's my mom. Asked me what you want to do to save up to work in? Fashion will be impossible. Okay but the essence. Click Congress and I start with French. Ed Is that so your your career there and when you started at French how What was going on in fashion at that time. What do you remember? It was amazing because my God is seen some very old ladies. It was not. We were working with advertisers. So is not the advertisers in fashion. So last page of the magazine were just seem for knitting and it was very free and we're just going to French that say designers and there's a ton we to move to each designer to make some shopping so I take also Mitchell to go to jump on who to go to Shapur peak hours a great appear office so you will meet everyone. It was easier. Because you have not was not international was not instagram's he wasn't a tweet feet so you have to move yourself. Tudjuk laws and pickup yourself and you meet the designer Oldham. Who was your favorite designer? That you used to wear sheltered papa. He's fun and Chop Wa Eze only designers at took everything as that Fashion Kentucky but football movies everything and you never talk about himself and he makes me laugh on trump were recently. He did his last shows at that because I have two two. Gophers discover acronym state. But I was very happy for him and I seen it so always sadly someone who seek is. A huge talent was because settled stop by the city was white and he did something good people eat. Very what a very nice fire we say. I guess that thing that really changed your career and kind of took it to the next level was working. Tom Ford Right. I mean he's your become international. Yeah it pushed me to speak English. Yeah yes how did you meet him? So long story was working with. Mario Testino at the time and Tom Brady was lawsuit of our assessment equals mini mini mini. Tom's to see him. And you see what is good? She we stop for which he just Apollo for. We're not interested to work for Gucci to US blowing right and that he tom Com to the studio were shooting in summer. And we're just finding westworld. Chumming so sexy. We decide to what we didn't just because he was chummy and Thomas you could be farish arming. It goes a long way right and fashion to be good with people and to be persistent. He's twenty five years. I'm working with stone. Yeah so friendship could be possible in fashion. Tom So I start with. Zinni was the first time I never did consulting before we may not know what was about you know and I work with into I compare with me and after did all this show for Tom. Olga cheese and some of son-in-law and keep using. Wow and do you have any particular angry that you think was like most kind of emblematic of that time with working with Tom in those early days of Gucci? Is there one image that you created together that one you major people forgot Twas NOT SURI FOR BUCCI was back company no SOS even for. She worked deserves a with bags bags back. Spa Lady about was part of the look and I remember I think it was. The first design not put so many bags on one way and use a single in for me. He opened William. My is it was. I note to put so often on diversity series no one show is not gossip call off as he guards God because he saw his girls are beauty. Ernie plus my customer could be Black Mukasa Maccabi Chinese so I want them to be happy to look to dream about the clothes that keeps ago. Twas her you know is hoping my mind but Jeez yeah yes. He was witty several no subtle but in the same of quitter party and we guarantee for men and boys as he was dumb and then. I know we're we're moving through your career choice quickly because there's so much to talk about but I mean your tenure for ten years at Paris folk was a defining moment. I think obviously I think your even your own personal sense of style was so reflected in the pages of that magazine and it really became mean. Your style became kind of equated with the style of French women everywhere around the world right. So what were you when you first took on that role F. French vogue I mean what was that like. I think John was very nice and crazy to give his job. Because I never do anything was ever necessarily said new jobs. So many people forty people to take care is a lot of responsibility. You know when you talk about career. Maybe something very important to people you meet in. You Live Dawar timing so I won as you say was Tom. Maybe before Tom. It was Mario because the ones that makes me understand let alone distant meet in fashion after it was Tom. And after the third one was Genita- open mitigate of French vogue and Jonathon. Let me do everything I want. Honesty give me. It was like a golden cage but I can do everything and I think because this was good and I think I'm making love it. Would he loves me do everything I want and when you're looking at fogs. He tweeted. Meaning you have to cigarette. Newton Boorda all these amazing photographer and for the eighty to ensure that push him. You know seriously this was fearless and now it's all this picture arts museum but today it would be impossible to print newton big show. Boredom picture will be very difficult because why because today it will say all because of mature be off too much nudity. GotTa Too Young. We see too much sex. We see the helps pubis She is a very small freedom sitcoms that we have today and fortunately and do you think some of that is for good. There's some there's been a lot of changes with regards the way we think about young models and the pressure to put they put under so in a way some of the changes a good. Yeah I totally agree with you me with the modal hours. Think about them like a mama so I don't think it was one model. Don't call don't be naked. Putu Kotonu hours very predictive eat. They could teak. I'm very predictive with modern but as with to put exam and You know were smoking. Smoking is a great gesture for fashion. But at the time my father was spooking. 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The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
Coin Market Cap | All Things Crypto | Carylyne Chan Interview
"Today's guest on actually kind of my handwriting. TIME NOT GONNA absolute shock because jet LAG Kylo China's chief strategy of at Coin Mark. Thank you so much for Utah Franchise. Everybody knows what climb on Kep is holding another role for the last forty six. That's my first question. How around fool it has been more than six years so quite recap started? May Me twenty thirteen. So it's about six and a half years off six and a half years which is just about getting to the geriatric stage of Yes because it is a long time though is I mean you must have seen you. Traffic just grow absolutely out of control back in those early days. Aw yes I made twenty seventeen. Maybe it was one million page views last year we ended the year of three point. Six billion HP's Let's very interesting. So if I may be correlation between the price also Bitcoin paypal flooding audio sought. There is some Harley shaken. Yeah I think we'll win. A decipher started. The correlation was ninety nine percents because actually gone down quite a bit since. And now you've got something to talk to us about it on very interested in Segue to that in just a moment. The there's been talk about Ah The exchange ranked based on liquidity whether it's real fight with from running all this type of stuff now. There was a large. Tom Com look bunch of the Messenger. The message now who I thought something has. Could you tell us about what you guys doing way to help them. Mike you'll have become easier for the retail tried earn invest. It's really nervous. Honestly yes so speaking specifically for how we've been looking at data on the site so I think what you mentioned in terms of volumes and with what we adopted so back in two thousand thirteen. He adopted this Metropol volume. Oh you borrow from traditional finance Because you know intentional finds sexy really accurate if you look at volumes for real trading interests and activities that he so you don't wash treat their it's against rules obviously but I think when you look at crypto that has really changed like we know no. It's very decentralized. It's not that regulated the same way across jurisdictions so as we think about that we start crushing ourselves south in the last two years as volume still the best metre to us and so we started to answer that question but he's come up with liquidity eighty and we know like you said for retail investors liquidity is going to be the most important metric. Because we WANNA make sure you yeah and the best price is so. That's why you started difficult to that. And people question us for a year. You know like you said ask us and the reason why it took so long was because we have to keep going back to back tested data and keep testing data mart. Sure movie sure that it's robust so we don't want to do the kind of lackluster solutions. Like a heck job basically with you know just choosing some exchanges you trusted or using web traffic as random correlation or fixing specific orderbook. deb percentages leaving having all those are not ideal in terms of solutions. So what you've done is really make it. Super data driven mature adapts to all the tens of thousands of heart. Comparison is people. Come see for that come from the long tail. Absolutely I mean one of the things that From from your point of view we're looking. I'm from Arkansas traits contracts or sudden Magas because they just about mouth acquitted of the large cap that you've got the mall put any required to be able to exit into into an exit. Bree important for someone who's also sophisticated let size child. I can tell you that they whether it's good Lajolla. Quincy do you. Not because it's really easy to tell if you're looking for both for the General Joel Selling Industry. It's a fantastic tool that will definitely be having looked at as well. Now it's already available thinking already go to mark. It just came out today today today. which will be one of the night is give it? We got the exclusive regard. God had tried to call the guys. Are that another push for your mind but the ends to spill. I find this very interesting. Based on the field mice theories about again income inequality because the interest in the project basically hottest liquidity thrust traded investors outside and page one. Aw which is the top one hundred. How much traffic guys to page two three? Do you know any metrics on that because I paid one. That's that's the Mac Daddy brought your own page on. You'll visible to the world. Pay To get lots of the massive drop off for I think for people who come to just the page one and then drop off about thirty to forty percents but actually. It's still a sizable number going to June anthony and all the other pages on our site so this other the surging for all the big. I guess people still do. My perspective is totally different to the on. Not The tech back on all the person for the next whatever. They're looking for trademark page. One is is pretty much. WHOA SCAM every pool of off coin? Mark if I should take the top one hundred fifty put them into lives scandal me. Stay if that's where the volatility is. That's where the liquidity now some of the top. One fifty doesn't have much obliterating so I just out the door and that creates while they said about one hundred and twenty-five also And that's that we use ripping from Sam say which is very very interested. So what sort of things you got going for. Obviously you've got this new liquidity providing leading asset or tool I you continually growing. Obviously there's more people come in each one of the premise quotes debate. What's to business? Mobile going forward is to do more of the same. You Got Chemical. What's the plan is going to try to get to us? Oppose multiple parts of this and the liquidity equity metric. That's the first one good thing. The main point is quite record cap after all being data seconds to make sure that data continues to say accuracy. So was that We're also looking at new pricing rhythms. So right now. We are using our pricing over them and that's volume weighted average price. I think as we look look at making liquidity default metric. We are thinking how can we use liquidity as an input surprising. Well that's interesting yeah. I think that's interesting going forward. We also have actually already a state of the art pricing algorithm that we're testing so it is a graph based model. Basically we've found a way to account for all the relationships all decrypted assets and solve a simultaneous equation that does all of these relationships and saint wage. Yeah yeah that's that's what we're doing so we're Argon. Cu launch that sometime soon. So that's GonNa be an by itself. I think very interesting mm fight accurately passing it by.
The Naked Scientists
Recovering from brain damage
"We've talked about the skin the liver and the heart. But what about when the brain gets damaged Kavita bossy is a strict survivor in his shed her story of life after strike with us, then two thousand fifteen when I was thirty eight years old. I was taken into an e with a life threatening illness severity night brain hemorrhage prior to this leading a happy healthy lifestyle. I just didn't expect something like this would happen to me the night it happened. I. Had come home from work a little earlier with a headache and watch some TV and I woke up then approximately eleven PM screaming with huge pain as if a sledgehammer had hit the back of my school, and I had a seizure then and collapsed. I was treated at sofa trial hospital Manchester with various oppressions over the next few weeks. My life now is updating to this new me, I have trouble with short term memory loss. Severe headaches difficulties with certain noises Costra phobic hiring Zayed's. An also personality shift are now have very straightforward black and white thinking, and this is difficult for people who know me to stand career Bessie who recently published a book on her experiences who room twenty three surviving a brain hemorrhage. Having a stroke can have a devastating effect on your life and recovery especially difficult because the damaged areas of the brain. Paul permanently dead. All they I spoke to neurologist Tom com. Icu of the university of California, Los Angeles about research. He's pursuing to re-grow brain tissue after a stroke key cell types, in the brain the neurons that send the signals really are fixed after a certain age in humans somewhere between two and five years old. We don't get any more brain cells. And so we can't as a result regenerate, new brain cells themselves in large quantities. And so when there is a area of dead brain, you can't re-grow into that area. Normally from the brain next to it because the brain cells themselves, the neurons are what we call in the scientific field post, my Totic, they can't divide inform substantial quantities of new cells. Would you call the scarring than this? These that sells. Yes, what happens is the the area dies. And then some of these cells called glee proliferate and wall off the area of damage. And they participate along with other sales in the formation of scar. That helps contain the damage, but may also have a second effect of limiting some of the repair and recovery. How would that reflect in sort of the treatments you can give people currently as many will know, the there are no medical therapies for recovery in stroke. The treatment is activity based physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy. These are very limited in their efficacy. And so there are no therapies that stimulate recovery stroke, and what we've been focusing on is the science of what the sales do after stroke, and how we might develop medical therapies that enhance that recovery. Right. Yeah. How how is your lab investigating us? We're very interested in what the brain starts to do. And then gets and then get stock and doesn't progress fully. So we've been investigating the molecules that stimulate brain cells to form new connections or the. Molecules that stimulate blood vessels to grow and branch out in the tissue, adjacent to stroke. And our reasoning is if we can understand those molecules, we might understand why they don't produce a more full recovery, and then develop drugs that boost those molecular systems and boost recovery how you testing out the properties the
WBZ Midday News
Rob Gronkowski stopped Patriots from trading him
"Studio, rob gronkowski opened his season with seven catches for one hundred twenty three yards and a touchdown is twenty-seven career one hundred yard game. Second only to Tony Gonzalez's thirty one among tight ends. But you'll remember gronkowski's stayed away from the pats much the off season mulling retirement, the team reportedly engaged in trade talks with other clubs even appeared to have a deal in place to ship. The all pro out of New England while according to NFL network's Ian Rapoport gronkowski resisted, he told the pats he'd retire his want play for another team or coach or with another quarterback after meeting with Bill Bill. Check in agent drew Rosenhaus gronkowski announced TB back for the season. Then he reworked his contract. He was asked about the report following yesterday's win. I'm glad to be here. Got to be part of this team. Glad to be partisans organization and all that talk all that stuff. I mean, I would love to put it in the past whatever it is wherever reports keep coming out because I'm here, I'm here to stay. And I'm here to keep playing ball with the patriots. Just enjoying my time here. Bill checks undoubtedly happy to have gronkowski still. Alongside Tom Brady. Both really good routes to cover and Tom com. Put the ball. We're only Ralph can get it and route
Living Regret Free
Atara Malach -- The author of A Working Mothers GPS A Guide to Parenting Success
"Hi everyone. This is Dr. Carson welcome to living. Regret free a program that shows you how to live a better and more joyful life as an added bonus. I invite you to listen to an introduction to my mindset matters program which ties into this sub. Well, go to WWW dot SOB mindset dot com. It's free and I know you will enjoy it if you'd like to contact me personally, drop me a line at Gail Carson thirteen at g mail dot com or go to my website, WWW dot spunky, old, broad dot com and sign up for my weekly newsletter. My guest today is Tara moloch, and Atara is really an interesting interesting person that we have today because her passion is working with working mothers and guiding them along the many stages of their work life journey. It's always been her focus that of successful parenting. And so she founded a parenting academy at the beginning of her professional career and created a curriculum for more than six hundred families who participated in weekly classes each year. And now she has a new book called a working mothers, GPS a guy to parenting success for that modern working mom. So welcome Atara.
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Chicago gun violence overwhelming city hospitals
"Weekends the windy city. Has seen, this, year Vines, you gotta stop. At least fourteen dead more than fifty injured by gun. Violence and so far zero arrests one trauma, center so. Overwhelmed family members, forced to wait outside the. Violence mostly in two of, the city's roughest neighborhoods. Tom com Eddie Johnson frustrated. Demanding residents get more involved these shootings are not random fueled by. Gang conflicts we know who they are And we continue to send a message that it's okay to commit these crimes by not, doing anything, as a community. The city which has spent years grappling with gun violence. Has worked to flood high crime areas with, officers and. Invested in high, tech equipment to help predict. Shootings and better respond emotional, Emmanuel pleading with residents. We ever have a heart Our souls are burden what happened this weekend did. Not happen in every neighborhood in Chicago but it is unacceptable to happening any neighborhood of. Chicago the number of shootings this year's actually down about, twenty percents compared. To last year ABC's Alex Perez reporting from Chicago KOMO news time six twenty at our propel insurance money update the department. Of Justice is arguing that an appeals court used faulty logic in it's ruling that allowed AT and t. to purchase Time Warner that deal closed in June it gives AT and t. control over CNN TBS TNT HBO and others the Turner networks are. Not, scheduled to be part of AT and t.'s control until February while the government pursues its appeal the Justice department said the court did not, understand the power dynamics when television distributors such as AT and t. negotiate with TV programmers over content AT and t. had argued it needed the deal to compete with tech companies such as Facebook and Google. Well let's check in with Don. MacDonald, as we approach the. Trading session? On Wall Street done checking in from vestry good morning, good morning Asian stock markets ended with a surge of, optimism the Shanghai market. Rebounded two and three quarter percent from three plus year low yesterday European stock traders sharing that enthusiasm in late, trading that. Cheers US futures just minutes before. The open the Dow futures up over a hundred points one zero six to. Twenty five five seventy four the s. and p. five hundred up almost seven to twenty. Eight fifty six and the NASDAQ composite futures up twenty, two and a. Half points we'll find out more in a few minute luckily bell rings in about eight minutes and listen for Don McDonald's. Saturdays at noon with komo's talking real money we'll check.