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"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Of appearances whether it is a basketball player or a aphrodite sport religious figure and several of these include cardona in drag. So i was so don't not typically does not do drag. He's very masculine presenting In fact he got. He was not that excited to be of well when somebody interviewed him said how do you feel about the down slope us. He was like. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't know why they're talking about he's generation of of drag performers. who were like. I'm a character actor now. He's tried queen. He's not a drag performer. He is an actor who has dressed in drag for two images. But i was very interested in ray. Rice racial passing blacks phase and the negotiation challenging of stereotypes and how he uses black face at how he uses snow white in how he uses drag to challenge racism in puerto rico so from a certain perspective. You could say that this this chapter is is a like the others. it is different Because hayek guidoni is non a person that people typically associated with drag in for tony. So it's really much more analysis of a very particular one man show called. You don't look like from nineteen ninety six. But i think that reading it through the lens of drag and of renslow khuda the local performance in twitting it in conversation with other people other black ordinary can performers other drag performers israeli fascinated. So at the very least. That's what i try to do. And in terms of like Girls monica beverley hills. You certainly looking at sisters with jade soda. My your host rupe paul's drag race contestant to be interviewed on the podcast own same season enough flowers from puerto rico. Yes we met nina flowers one time and we're like oh you're so fantastic all just look like i love you all look like everything you said to her with our very first witness. Maybe second meet and greet that we've ever seen of rupaul's drag race Person that was because it was like and it was at christmas time so she kind of was wearing a green outfit or she was wearing red outfit and she had a green tree on her head. Felt like you're going to see santa claus and it was like you got to say something to move on. Say something move on. And here's a lollipop if you wanna sign. Photograph is gonna cough and everything was. Oj's local so nina flowers is a really interesting artists and i love nina's lowers. Nina was very very popular in puerto rico in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands. She was really the star of eidos nightclub also known as crash nightclub and in two thousand eight. She moved to colorado to the with her partner. Who is now. Her husband and She she got onto the first season of rupaul's drag race because of audience votes so that so that is how she got on and She arrived. She speaks english well but her english is marked by spanish. It is hispanic english so sometimes she was stigmatize on the show because of her of her nonstandard or hispanic english. She did extremely well but she also really favors a very androgynous. Look so it is. It is not about appearing like a beautiful sis gender woman. It's really much more about its lowering strangeness or straw city or and rajini so for example. She would not wear wigs. Sometimes she would wear horns on her head. She has a shaved head was covered in tattoos. She's kind of muscular. Poof bob zone. So i i was really fascinated by nina flowers on on season..

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"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Of appearances whether it is a basketball player or a aphrodite for religious figure and several of these include cardona in drag. So i was so don't not typically does not do drag. He's very masculine presenting In fact he got. He was not that excited to be of well when somebody interviewed him said how do you feel about the down slope us. He was like. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't know why they're talking about he's generation of of drag performers. who were like. I'm a character actor now. He's tried queen. He's not a drag performer. He is an actor who has dressed in drag for two images. But i was very interested in ray. Rice racial passing blacks phase and the negotiation challenging of stereotypes and how he uses black face at how he uses snow white in how he uses drag to challenge racism in puerto rico so from a certain perspective. You could say that this this chapter is is a like the others. it is different Because hayek guidoni is non a person that people typically associated with drag in for tony. So it's really much more analysis of a very particular one man show called. You don't look like from nineteen ninety six. But i think that reading it through the lens of drag and of renslow khuda the local performance in twitting it in conversation with other people other black ordinary can performers other drag performers israeli fascinated. So at the very least. That's what i try to do. And in terms of like The girls monica beverley hills. Certainly looking at sisters with jade soda. My your host rupe paul's drag race contestant to be interviewed on the podcast own same season enough flowers from puerto rico. Yes we met nina flowers one time and we're like oh you're so fantastic all just look like i love you all look like everything you said to her with our very first witness. Maybe second meet and greet that we've ever seen of rupaul's drag race Person that was because it was like and it was at christmas time so she kind of was wearing a green outfit or wearing red outfit and she had a green tree on her head and felt. Like you're going to see santa claus and it was like you got to say something to move on. Say something move on. And here's a lollipop. If you wanna signed photograph is gonna cough and everything was. Oj's local so nina flowers is a really interesting artists and i love nina's lowers. Nina was very very popular in puerto rico in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands. She was really the star of eidos nightclub also known as crash nightclub and in two thousand eight. She moved to colorado to the with her partner. Who is now. Her husband and She she got onto the first season of rupaul's drag race because of audience votes so that so that is how she got on and She arrived. She speaks english well but her english is marked by spanish. It is hispanic english so sometimes she was stigmatize on the show because of her of her nonstandard or hispanic english. She did extremely well but she also really favors. A very android innis. Look so it is. It is not about appearing like a beautiful sis gender woman. It's really much more about its lowering strangeness or straw city or and rajini so for example. She would not wear wigs. Sometimes she would wear horns on her head. She has a shaved head was covered in tattoos. She's kind of muscular. Bob zone so i. I was really fascinated by nina flowers on on season..

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"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Of appearances whether it is a basketball player or a aphrodite sport religious figure and several of these include cardona in drag so i was so don't not typically does not do drag. He's very masculine presenting In fact he got. He was not that excited to be of well when somebody interviewed him said how do you feel about the down slope us. He was like. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't know why they're talking about he's generation of of drag performers. who were like. I'm a character actor now. He's tried queen. He's not a drag performer. He is an actor who has dressed in drag for two images. But i was very interested in ray race racial passing blacks phase and the negotiation challenging of stereotypes and how he uses black face at how he uses snow white in how he uses drag to challenge racism in puerto rico so from a certain perspective. You could say that this this chapter is is a like the others. it is different Because hayek guidoni is non a person that people typically associated with drag in for tony. So it's really much more analysis of a very particular one man show called. You don't look like from nineteen ninety six. But i think that reading it through the lens of drag and of renslow khuda the local performance in twitting it in conversation with other people other black ordinary can performers other drag performers israeli fascinated. So at the very least. That's what i try to do. And in terms of like The girls monica beverley hills. You certainly looking at sisters with jade soda. My your host rupe paul's drag race contestant to be interviewed on the podcast own same season enough flowers from puerto rico. Yes we met nina flowers one time and we're like oh you're so fantastic all just look like i love you all look like everything you said to her with our very first witness. Maybe second meet and greet that we've ever seen of rupaul's drag race Person that was because it was like and it was at christmas time so she kind of was wearing a green outfit or wearing red outfit and she had a green tree on her head. Felt like you're going to see santa claus and it was like you got to say something to move on. Say something move on. And here's a lollipop if you wanna sign. Photograph is gonna cough and everything was. Oj's local so nina flowers is a really interesting artists and i love nina's lowers. Nina was very very popular in puerto rico in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands. She was really the star of eidos nightclub also known as crash nightclub and in two thousand eight. She moved to colorado to the with her partner. Who is now. Her husband and She she got onto the first season of rupaul's drag race because of audience votes so that so that is how she got on and She arrived. She speaks english well but her english is marked by spanish. It is hispanic english so sometimes she was stigmatize on the show because of her of her nonstandard or hispanic english. She did extremely well but she also really favors. A very android innis. Look so it is. It is not about appearing like a beautiful sis gender woman. It's really much more about its lowering strangeness or straw city or and rajini so for example. She would not wear wigs. Sometimes she would wear horns on her head. She has a shaved head was covered in tattoos. She's kind of muscular. Bob zone so i. I was really fascinated by nina flowers on on season..

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"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Of appearances whether it is a basketball player or a aphrodite for religious figure and several of these include cardona in drag. So i was so don't not typically does not do drag. He's very masculine presenting In fact he got. He was not that excited to be of well when somebody interviewed him said how do you feel about the down slope us. He was like. I don't know what you're talking about. I don't know why they're talking about he's generation of of drag performers. who were like. I'm a character actor now. He's tried queen. He's not a drag performer. He is an actor who has dressed in drag for two images. But i was very interested in ray. Rice racial passing blacks phase and the negotiation challenging of stereotypes and how he uses black face at how he uses snow white in how he uses drag to challenge racism in puerto rico so from a certain perspective. You could say that this this chapter is is a like the others. it is different Because hayek guidoni is non a person that people typically associated with drag in for tony. So it's really much more analysis of a very particular one man show called. You don't look like from nineteen ninety six. But i think that reading it through the lens of drag and of renslow khuda the local performance in twitting it in conversation with other people other black ordinary can performers other drag performers israeli fascinated. So at the very least. That's what i try to do. And in terms of like The girls monica beverley hills. You certainly looking at sisters with jade soda. Your who saw rupe paul's drag race contestant to be interviewed on the podcast own same season enough flowers from puerto rico jazz. We met nina flowers one time. And we're like oh you're so fantastic all just look like i love you all look like everything you said to her with our very first witness. Maybe second meet and greet that. We've ever seen have repulsed drag race Person that was because it was like and it was at christmas time so she kind of was wearing a green outfit or she was wearing red outfit and she had a green tree on her head. Felt like you're going to see santa claus and it was like you got to say something to move on. Say something move on. And here's a lollipop if you wanna signed photograph is gonna cough and everything was. Oj's local so nina flowers is a really interesting artists and i love nina's lowers. Nina was very very popular in puerto rico in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands. She was really the star of eidos nightclub also known as crash nightclub and in two thousand eight. She moved to colorado to the with her partner. Who is now. Her husband and She she got onto the first season of rupaul's drag race because of audience votes so that so that is how she got on and She arrived. She speaks english well but her english is marked by spanish. It is hispanic english so sometimes she was stigmatize on the show because of her of her nonstandard or hispanic english. She did extremely well but she also really favors. A very android innis. Look so it is. It is not about appearing like a beautiful sis gender woman. It's really much more about its lowering strangeness or most straw city or and rajini so for example. She would not wear wigs sometimes. She would wear horns on her head. She has a shaved head was covered in tattoos. She's kind of muscular. Bob zone so i. I was really fascinated by nina flowers on on season. One of rupaul's drag race in two thousand nine at a certain moment. I i was like..

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"two images" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

04:17 min | 4 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News

"As a as a lens magnifying. What you see beyond it. It's a it's a way. We study very very distant clusters of galaxies. They felt very distant. Cluster of galaxy has a nearer gloves cluster of galaxies in front of it that near a cluster will bend this space around it. An active kind of natural telescope for the cluster beyond. It's a very very powerful technique but this story starts with something called a gamma ray burst. Talk much about those recently. But there are thought to be the Basically the emission of pulse of gamma rays very short lived not a short as fast radio burst but short seconds so the length of time they are thought to be basically the result of stars colliding stars basically annihilate and you get these gamma rays. But they're short enough that if you had a gravitational lens these pulses of gamma rays. Pass through it. You could find that you get to images of the gamma ray source because of the bending of the light. It's not a perfect lens. It can actually produce multiple images of the same object. And because it's a pulse that you getting you can look for the time delay between one arriving one one of the images. Arriving on the an another one which is taken who's light to- who's gamma-ray light has taken a different path through the gravitational lens of not really explaining this this thing twice at different need polls because of the disturbance to the space around traveling through. Yeah exactly that and so what's happened. Is that by looking at the various quantities and they are specifically how far apart the the two images of this gamma-ray pulse and what the time delay is in between them the scientists who've done this work have been able to determine that they are seeing the effect of gravitational lensing around a black hole. And you can put the numbers into the into the formula that relate to gravitational lensing to get out the mass of the black coal and it turns out to be intermediate mass fifty thousand solar masses. Am i added as a footnote under to this research. It comes from australia. One of the authors is from monash. University eric's rain and masha university in melbourne that has actually a very very strong school of theoretical astronomy. They're the one of the theoretic theoreticians somebody very well towns you and they do calculations about the way stars workin about the way the stars evolved this. I suspect from the same group..

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"two images" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Head and they also squeeze my side of my head a little harder and it. has resulted in a few headaches. But they're kind of loosening up so that's kind of helping as well or if you become an insider you're going to be part of our new private insider podcasts. Where i'll be sharing things. Just you know behind the scenes more detailed discussions about what's going on and you can become an insider by contributing to the show or helping out the show in some way. So one thing i'm looking for and i and i know sam will step up and do something But when i'm really looking for. And i'm gonna actually Got to get back with the designer to help me design some screens back here. But i'm looking for something new some new signs to put on the The ohana sorace the to skype machines Looking for some new backgrounds. So if you have any any way you do it is he. Set it up and sixteen by nine and it's two images to make one so if you've got some ideas you want to contribute something to the show that would be great So yeah. I'm looking for some new ideas again. We'll let you guys be creative. And if someone's got a little artistic We'll we'll run 'em you send them run 'em don't want it to be an ad per se But heck maybe i'll run net ad spot if someone wants to rent the space back there but Everyone thanks for being here. Thanks being part of the The family here be back with you on thursday. For another edition of the central podcast geek. News g. dot com is the email addressed. And of course. I'm peter on at geek news. But it's my pleasure bringing a show of glad to switch her work the entire time. So as i'm getting outta here today. won't break things too bad but Everyone take care. We'll see back here on thursday. Be safe by..

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"two images" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"two images" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Head and they also squeeze my side of my head a little harder and it. has resulted in if you headaches. But they're kind of loosening up so that's kind of helping as well or if you become an insider you're going to be part of our new private insider podcasts. Where i'll be sharing things. Just you know behind the scenes more detailed discussions about what's going on and you can become an insider by contributing to the show or helping out the show in some way. So one thing i'm looking for and i and i know sam will step up and do something But when i'm really looking for. And i'm gonna actually Got to get back with the designer to help me design some screens back here. But i'm looking for something new some new signs to put on the The ohana sorace the to skype machines Looking for some new backgrounds. So if you have any any way you do it is set it up and sixteen by nine and it's two images to make one so if you've got some ideas you want to contribute something to the show that would be great So yeah. I'm looking for some new ideas again. We'll let you guys be creative. And if someone's got a little artistic We'll we'll run 'em you send them run 'em don't want it to be an ad per se But heck i'll run net ad spot if someone wants to rent the space back there but Everyone thanks for being here. Thanks being part of the The family here be back with you on thursday. For another edition of the central podcast geek. News g. dot com is the email addressed. And of course. I'm peter on at geek news. But it's my pleasure bringing a show of glad to switch her work the entire time. So as i'm getting outta here today. won't break things too bad but Everyone take care. We'll see back here on thursday. Be safe by..

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David Price on Colonel John Haslet's World

American Revolution Podcast

08:13 min | 6 months ago

David Price on Colonel John Haslet's World

"David price. Thank you for joining me on the american revolution. Podcast thank you very much. It's a pleasure to be here. you're here today. Because britain a new book. About colonel john hazlet. What prompted you to write a book about john has let at. How important is he to the story of the american revolution. Well the genesis of this book. Mike was my first literary effort rescuing the revolution on sung patriot. Heroes in their ten. Crucial days are america's war for independence. John has was one of several individuals who i profiled in that book in a series of graphical vignettes which focused primarily on the contributions that each of these people need to patriot caused during what was perhaps the ten most inspirational days in american history. And perhaps the most pivotal moment in the war for independence. Now why did i choose hizbullah. Well you know. His name kept popping up in various things that i was reading most especially in a hackett fischer's pulitzer prize winning work. Washington's crossing which is the bible for people like me who are historical interpreters or so case graphs historical interpreters. I washington crossing historic park. That's a joke. By the way you have to read that book and you have to have a decent command. Say the material in order to be able to give a tour there under the auspices of a fringe group. So the more read about him. The more i was impressed by what he did. And and the kind of character he displayed in the course of his revolutionary service. So around the time that. I was reading that book and i guess the germ if you will of the seed when he's right. Metaphor here have been planted. The perhaps do something a little more elaborate on has land. And i came across the book by fred walters. John has led a useful one. Which far as i know. That was the only book that about him. It's a self published work came out. I believe in two thousand and five. Mary engaging read. I enjoyed it immensely. But it's written in the form largely not entirely but largely in the form of a historical novel. There's a good deal of well. Frankly fictional material an air imaginary dialogue scenes useful information to improve to be very helpful to me my initial reaction after reading. That was well. Fred has the subject covered pretty well. And i don't need to pursue curl has let any further the more i thought about it. The more i felt it deserved an effort by someone to craft more conventional kind of a non fiction work about curl and his delaware regiment now. I should add parenthetically that since his first book. Fred walters did polish. What i gather is a more conventional work and non fiction account. Biography of the kernel which i believe is entitled. John has lots eric journey. But it was published exclusively in a kindle edition. I decided to go ahead and pursue this idea of trying to write a book. Hamlet just to see you know when i was starting out i was just with the mindset of well. Let's see how this goes and what looks like and it wasn't challenge to produce something. That is a book length. Because as i pointed out in the preface to the book. There's not a lot known about his pre-revolutionary war life. We don't even know exactly when it was born is a someone about whom an agent is to in the preface or introduction. We don't even know exactly what he looks like. Physical descriptions of him but there's no authentic rep visual representation of inviting eighteen artists. Not by anyone. Who was alive when he was only two images that. I'm aware which i discussed under book. Which is the coverage. The stanley arthurs painting a reversal of the image of has lead in the stanley arthurs painting that hangs in the delaware public archives building. But in any case i could push ahead with the project so ultimately when it became was an effort to inter we three things one is the has the biography. One is the story of his seventeen seventy six regimen the first incarnation of delaware regimen with a little bit about the proposed hasler regimen is the reconstituted regimen in non truncated form that was created in seventeen seventy seven after his death and then a last name of courses or general one. It's quitting this whole context of the seventeen seventy six campaign. washington's army the new york and the campaign. Which of course culminates in what we call the ten crucial days campaign from december twenty fifth. Seventeen seventy six through january. Seventeen seventy seven. When has what has killed about princeton. The other thing. I think that was pushing me to do. This was at some point. When i was writing the second book it occurred needed. It would be a neat idea. If i could do a trilogy on the ten crucial days. I'm not aware that any other offer done. So what distinguishes has led from anyone else in terms of his contribution to the patriot. Cause well he created one of the elite regiments and continental army in seventeen. Seventy six as i believe the largest regiment in the army in the early months of that year they started recruiting january by me erupt. Almost eight hundred men. They were full uniformed. And i think they were. Perhaps the only regimen in the army that could make claimed for uniform to fully armed under has let's to of his agitate thomas holland formerly of his britannic majesty's army day molded these this forced into a efficient elite fighting unit. Bouffe or get too much into the details of the door blues. I wanna ask one thing you said. We don't know much about hamlet's prewar life. We do that. He came from northern ireland right and that he settled in kent county delaware. Do we have any information about why he left ireland and why he settled in delaware. Well he may have had personal indoor political reasons leaving ulster when he did his wife died his first wife got about five years before he came to the colonies which he did in seventeen fifty seven or thereabouts. Minor standing as they may have personal issues between him and members of the congregation. Her guests may have had an emotional toll on him. Such that believe she dialed probably died in childbirth so he was left with a young daughter. This may have taken a toll on him and as such impacted his ability to perform his ministerial duties. And that may lead to some ancient. Shall we say between young minister and members of his parish more generally when he came to the colonies. it was in the context of this larger immigration movement. If you will of the scotch-irish from northern ireland to the new world during the early and mid eighteenth century with was because of the harsh economic into the adverse economic conditions under which many of them live in the restrictions rather onerous restrictions have been imposed on him by british policy towards ireland towards the presbyterian church that was regarded as unwelcome adversary adversaries. You will to the established anglican church. So i think there's a plausible logger be made. That was part of. let's motivation. Maybe dominant part of his motivation.

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Anna Wintour defends Vogue’s controversial Kamala Harris cover

Sway

05:39 min | 7 months ago

Anna Wintour defends Vogue’s controversial Kamala Harris cover

"It's been a busy week for vogue and anna winter. I spoke with her last friday about her thirty two year. Tenure as editor in chief of vogue. We also discussed february cover featuring vice president-elect kamala harris the very next day the february cover leaked and internet react and not in a good way in the photo harris's standing in front of a green and pink backdrops in a black jacket skinny pants pants and converse sneakers which have become famous and social media the twitter reactions. I saw were overwhelmingly negative. Some took issue with the styling oppose others with the lighting only spoke last week. Winter told me that she found the cover welcoming and relaxed but the general consensus online was that it was too casual that it did not rise to the historic occasion of the first woman. Vice president the first black woman vice president that it was disrespectful. It's certainly didn't bode well for conde nast or for winter. Who is been here before having been accused of racially insensitive coverage and workplace discrimination by some of our staff just seven months ago according to people familiar with the matter on both sides. There is not a written formal agreement in place. These people also say the vice president elect team had an expectation of a different cover. One in which harris is wearing a blue suit and standing in front of a gold backdrop. It's a more stately and serious photo and one that is clearly more fitting for a vice president by sunday. That photo was released as a digital cover along with the one that was originally leaked at the time of this recording. People familiar with the matter said the photo with the sneakers will be the only physical cover they added. That vogue is considering using the more formal portrait in a second print edition after the cover leaked. I went back to winter for comment. She said quote. Obviously you've heard and understood the reaction to the print cover and i just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to in any way diminish the importance of vice president-elect incredible victory we want nothing but to celebrate vice president-elect harris's amazing victory and the important moment this is america's history and particularly for women of color all over the world. She also said there was no formal agreement about what the choice of the cover would be and when the two images arrived at folk all of us felt very very strongly that the less formal portrait of the vice president elect really reflected the moment that we were living in which we are in the midst as we still are of the most appalling pandemic is taking lives by the minute and we felt to reflect this tragic moment in global history. A much less formal picture something. That was very very accessible and approachable and real really reflected the hallmark of the biden harris campaign and everything that they're trying to and i'm sure it will achieve. I'm not exactly sure with the pandemic has to do with it. But here's my conversation with anna winter and just as a reminder again. This interview was recorded before the cover leaked. Can you tell me about the cover. Shoot and how you got her to do this. Well we're very on it that we have current vice president elect on the cover. I think by the time we published. She will be the vice president. And obviously it's a historic moment for women of color for america and it was an ongoing compensation for time and obviously with everything that was going only the election. We were thrilled when we knew that she would make the time for the shoot and honored and we had featured her invoked before and obviously covered the campaign and many different ways of the campaign season. And we very much wanted to have this cover around the time of the inauguration because we felt that it would be cia moment of celebration and joy pitcher directly. Did you picture yourself. No that was done by my features team and they were in touch with her office but it was very much a compensation between bogan the vice president alex office. I can't believe i'm asking this. But what is she wearing. Well the favorite item of clothing that she's wearing on the cover for me is that she's wearing sneakers. Well of course converse. That's right and the picture was taken by a wonderful young photographer talent. Who had previously photograph beyond safe for us and also wildly successful december cover of harry styles and he had the wonderful idea putting her in front of the colors of sorority which sort of like pink and green and she's standing in a black pant suit and a white t shirt and and seko's is this. Her clothing is these. These are close. Yes and she looks fantastic. Did you want to put her in other clones or we were very open. I mean i think that she has a very assured sensus style. I if you look at any images of her during the campaign season is she has a very strong sense of self what she wants to wear so she was very clear on what she wanted to wear. And on the inside pictures. She has a super chic blue Michael kors pantsuit. And i think it's very much in character And i think that the the kaaba itself is so charming and so relaxed and for me so surprising and so real. And as i listened to the president elect and the vice president elect talk about embassy and unity and bringing people together to me that this covers symbolizes. That i feel it's a very welcoming image.

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Thinking Outside the Box to Solve Todays Challenges  Squircle  Francis Cholle - burst 10

A New Direction

05:38 min | 9 months ago

Thinking Outside the Box to Solve Todays Challenges Squircle Francis Cholle - burst 10

"Know, when you go to school at four or five 6 in our age they they will teach you the alphabet. They will teach you numbers and and then you're being evaluated on your ability to use those letters and language and and and Thursday and I'll memorize things and deliver them in an orderly manner that can be noted and evaluated. So everything is put into an evaluation wage. It's actually not rejecting to consideration any form of creativity and more importantly they don't even tell you that those are tools for you succeed in a society that general not in large majority will use those tools and and but there's a unique person behind those tools and never forget the unique person and I'm really the most important part is not the tool is the art for the two of the Arts isn't with the tool to press formal apartment and and but that's not really what's developed and fortunately what's developed is the Perfection of our use of the tools. So now off, you know, you've identified with those tools those tools are Made to produce some results. So can you can read you can actually read and and and and measure those results and and you lose bit by bit your used by with your your your ability naturally that naturally create naturally invent cuz that's what we are. We are born natural adapters in natural creators. There's the way you know, when you drive off you went in an environment that's forever changing a skeleton mask and all people want to do, you know driverless cars. It's very difficult to mirror or reproduce our ability as humans to take in all this information any given moment and make sense of it and adapt to it in real time. Okay. So that's who we are. That's we are but we don't trust this. We don't come from long experience becomes some fear. Yeah, you know, you know here's I think this is why also in chapter three you talk about Square vs. Circle A controversial relationship you talk about that school, you know, we the square organizes everything in terms of opposites is what you discuss and and you know, I think it's because we want things to be binary right? We want it to be 100 to be black or white. We just not very comfortable in the gray, right? I think I think that's his kind of what you're kind of that you kind of get at and I think also you talk about what you talk about is that we like to think of everything as either rational or irrational but there's another Choice isn't there absolutely so so again, you know, we've developed an amazing school science and enabled us to do so many things. I mean like, you know, who's not happy to be able to have a hip replacement or to have their child with an x-ray or see what I mean? Like, you know, it's like it's it's amazing job. It's it's it's it's it's incredible and we always so much but every scientist knows that you know science is not there to produce certainty is there to produce knowledge knowledge. Then you have the responsibility to something with you know, it's immoral and it's not, you know responsible for what you do with atomic energy, whether you want to create a bomb or you want to create a nuclear plant that's going to create energy cheaper and cleaner. You know, that's that's supposedly that's your that's your choice. That's not a choice of the science is a scientist is there to produce knowledge and then what we've done we move from page to scientism. We may need a we we give it Faith because it's so practical not over to make a choice, you know, well science tell you this is the way to do it. All right, so I'll do it. I'll follow it takes away a ton. Ami of choice takes away my responsibility of choice in the choice I make so so we drifted away and education is really based on this and there's nothing wrong with the fact that we have to log. And signs of you see nothing but we should never forget that ultimately. This is my choice and my responsibility not alone in relationship with others obviously religious Society. So here the boundaries and and the constraints but but we have a telling me I didn't even know that's what you were saying with emotions. So maybe give you a simple example. So two images that really capture the whole thing. So long life is filled with colors that combine endlessly and create and less divorces. So nothing in life in nature for instance, you know can be said to be other black or white. Everything is in the gray Zone. And when you think of it even like in whites, you know, you know, why does this have a word calories and like is just absence of Light which denies any color? Okay. So apart from black and white. I have a world of things, you know, anything else World things. So when you apply logic true not true. This is red notice is not red know the red you like to write you see the red you don't lie to it. I don't see you know bout this is it is completely subjective. So once you put this into a binary it's as if you are looking at life in black and white you take away the colors and now you organize everything from wage like to White There's No Gray Zone as you were saying and then there's no nuances fabulous. Those are computers one and zero and we know what computers have done for us right now in interfacing together. Through computers in two different parts of the country and East Coast and West Coast. So it's fabulous. It's incredible

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They Call Us We Bare Bears

They Call Us Bruce

05:38 min | 10 months ago

They Call Us We Bare Bears

"Hello and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce and unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. I'm bill you. And I'm Jeff Yang and we are so incredibly pleased tonight to have with us a very special guest, a friend of ours, a friend of the PODCAST and a brilliant animation creator. That's kind of a big drum roll right now who's it going to be? But I'm here to tell you that it is in fact, Daniel Chong the creator of we bear bears one of our favorite animated series Daniel welcomes the fogcast. Welcome. Thank you for that intro. Man I don't know what to do with that that. Good now. All right. No for real. Huge. Admirers of yours and big fans of of we bear bears I've you know as much as possible I've I've kept up with it given. The fact of the world is basically a rolling apocalypse I'd. Things things we've your bears are the things that make life feel less like a total and utter shit show. And I will say We're particularly excited because we have the chance to actually take a look at the. We are bears movie, which is sort of like an exclamation point on the series and it was fantastic. I mean I have so many things to ask about say about it especially the fact that it feels like. I don't want to say this to overstate this in some ways, but it feels Kinda like an important movie in ways that I will elaborate. Thank you perfect for twenty twenty I'll say that But let's begin actually Daniel. By talking about how this got started in I mean for those of you who have not yet watch, we bear bears. It actually began as a web comic called the bear bears right. Three bear bears right shortly there and tells how that where that came from and I guess how this how this turned into. What it is today. Yeah It was a web comic that I had created it. You know I was working in the industry in the animation industry ad. I just wanted to make my own thing. And at the time you know people are posting things on blogs and stuff. So I created this comic on my own called three bear bears is kind of a play on Goldilocks, three bears and so Yeah it was. It was a comic that It was very like free for me. I. Didn't like really right out anything ahead of time I just kind of like A. Free associated as I was drawing it and nobody read it and nobody cared and just completely I remember going onto comic forums and trying to post it like, Hey, guys check this out in like nobody wanted to talk to me on forum. So it was just like. But but the thing is I was already working. So it's not like it was so debilitating. What was it? The only thing I had? It was just You know it is it is that was just it was my outlet that my special hobby I guess at the time. So but as I was in the animation industry working as a story artist for about ten years run by fifth year I was starting to get antsy I just wanted to create my own things. So I started taking these comics different ideas that I had started just flushing them out into pitches into stories and or. TV shows, and that's where three bears became weaver bears. I got to change that title for legal reasons apparently. Some what's called a some company owned I think there were a taxidermy company, they own something similar. So. You know now the title really means nothing at it makes no sense but it's So. Yeah. We're not responsive opportunity right there if you. Off. So. When you when you came up with this for the idea when he became a cartoon a series, like what were the kind of the things that you were like how did you pitch it honestly when I tried tried to explain this series to people who've never seen it? Yeah. It's kind of a weird thing to try to like I like the concept is such a It's so simple and yet it. So it's too simple in a lot of ways. Yeah and then trying to explain to the emotional complexity of is difficult. You know. I think the pitch itself was was. The visuals help a lot. I'm not just pitching words so. I think there are two things that were very crucial to well, maybe three. Crucial things to the the Bible ever the pitch that I did that help sell at one was the visual of stack these three bear stack them each other which you know I it was a very iconic thing in the comic and that was definitely the thing carried into the pitch, and so you know I pretty much started off the Bible by showing this image of the three bears together. So it just. kind of it's sort of just evokes a very strong image up the top. The second image that I put in the Bible was an image of the three bears mingling at a party with a bunch of Humid's holding like cups at a party and nobody is freaking out by them. They're just all mingling together as if they're like, you just talking about the weather or something like that, and that was another like. Important image to kind of sell here's the joke. Is that these three years nobody freaks out when they see them they're just one of you guys except there bears. So that was the other really important image to sell this project

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Why is Pluto no longer a planet?

Innovation Now

01:03 min | 11 months ago

Why is Pluto no longer a planet?

"Our. Future. After taking job at the Lowell. Observatory in Flagstaff Arizona Young, American Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh joined the world's search for an elusive celestial object that must be influencing your ennis's strange dance in the night sky. The painstaking search technique was to take two photographs of the same section of the sky on different days using a machine that flip to rapidly back and forth between the two images stars and galaxies remained motionless but everything else could be identified by slight changes in. Their relative position Tombaugh spent a year examining pairs of photographs. Then in nineteen thirty, he noticed a tiny displacement within weeks. The observatory confirmed his finding and announced the discovery of the

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How Studio 360 Got Started

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

07:38 min | 1 year ago

How Studio 360 Got Started

"Hosting studio three sixty Kurt. Anderson Co founded. Spy magazine was a writer editor. Columnist design and architecture critic and playwright. He'd also just written a novel turn of the century which came out in nineteen ninety nine. The Britain plays. He worked for television. I mean he just was a renaissance person in the arts and in journalism and that was exactly the kind of person we were looking for. That's Melinda Ward the former chief content officer for Public Radio International and creative studio three sixty. And here's Julie Bursting again. I remember that lunch that I had with him when I was interviewing for the job. And he said you know. I've been working with a vocal coach to try to get me to not sound like I grew up in Omaha. That didn't work. Well I said to him. We're firing that person because you need to sound like you if you sound like just yet. Another announcer with a announcer voice. This show is GonNa fail so you gotta sound like yourself. Good Morning. I have realized over the years that I am always. I think much better at this. If I've worked out for Sunday off my super villain name. I speak Spanish. I'M CISCO I need. This is a child to crew. I had a forty five this record in. Oh this is the end and I'm curt Anderson. Thanks very much for listening so for me I was. I would always record Kurt in his sessions and I was in some of his first sessions. And you know he was brand new at doing it. He wasn't sure what P popping was. He didn't know how close to sit to the microphone. He didn't know what a pickup was. It was fun to help someone figure all that stuff out in the interviews. I felt like it took them awhile. Loosen up I'm just GONNA say that. Pairing Him with interesting people felt like the best way to use him so in those early days we just looked for really cool funny interesting people for him to sit down with and that got him excited to come into the office and into the studio and do that and I still remember the day that season Santana came in people do feel a turned off or or indifferent. two images of horror and and war and suffering that they see in that they feel indignant about I think it's comes not because they're blase but because they feel impotent or powerless and I think that's perfectly understandable reaction and I saw Kurt in our conference room and the look on his face of sort of terror was really powerful but I knew he would do a great job but I could see that. This was like the first person we've ever had in the studio that he was a bit in awe of it was just this powerful show about how artists have looked at war since homer and she was phenomenal and he did a great job. Do you feel okay about the new. Whatever you say okay. We show him how current into a lot of different situations that require lots of different levels of sort of being alert to possibilities. We just through so much stuff at him and you know it's a different kind of show in that. He didn't generate ideas but he would rarely say no. I remember doing this segment on sky. Come up with this talk show within the video game halo and we had. Kurt like go and be like an Avatar in the game. They're shooting I'm trying to defend us here. Your need to move faster Kurt. I'm sorry I mean it seems funny to think about it now but like at the time it was super crazy and cutting edge at this guy had figured out how. Sorta hack the game and had this whole virtual reality six months after Katrina. We planned a trip to go to New Orleans. Really figuring out how they were going to try to solve this problem of of how to. Kinda rebuild the city and what the design questions were around at all. The water is gone now of course but the wreckage. That remains is absolutely shocking. Presumably the people in this neighborhood are among those who a great many of them majority perhaps didn't have that's right. They didn't have a choice. I think that's one of the great travesties of Katrina went on a trip to New Orleans for a few days to kind of produce it and get all the different voices together. But you know he's always been really passionate about design and kind of see him step up and really tap into the the human element of what was going on there. It wasn't just like an architecture is it was about people's homes and lives. It was really interesting to see him in that element because so often he is just in a studio and actually one of a favorite memories of working with them in the studio was a program that we did In two thousand fourteen and it was our nineteen fourteen episode and we produce the whole thing as though we had been on the air in nineteen fourteen and today's program we present to you through the medium of radio some singular developments taking place in the arts today in literature drama music and the media. Moving pictures new technologies and new ideas are changing. What we the American people create and how we are entertained. He delivered it in the crazy. Old Timey Voice. That people use stood us for broadcast announcing and our technical director at that time. John Galore. Who brought in a megaphone? Like a troll off Warne and had Kurt record threw it into the mic to compress everything down. I mean I've seen Kurt Geek out on many wonderful occasions but I have never seen him geek out that joyfully. It may not be too old to speculate that later. Generations will look back upon nineteen fourteen as a remarkable year perhaps as a year in which the twentieth century cruelly began. This week on the PODCASTS. Were looking back at the early years of studio three sixty which is drawing to a close after two decades of covering arts and culture on the radio after the first year on the air the show was finding its groove and its audience but then in the fall of two thousand one. The unthinkable happened. There has been an explosion at the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. The upper floors of northern tower at the World Trade Center has experienced an explosion studio three sixties original offices were at wnyc in the municipal building at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge just blocks away from the World Trade Center. I remember coming into work in. Minneapolis and hearing on the radio about the the hit on the towers and then coming into PRI and of course the WNYC studios were right under. The twin towers are right next to them and the that a lot of people took came up under the twin tower so we were horrified and terrified didn't terribly worried about a whole. Wnyc staff and studio three sixty staff you know found out later that Julia Burstein had been in the office and she had had she'd left. Wnyc had to walk all the way up the west side of Manhattan to think it was her brother's apartment or something to call day and coughing and choking and nobody knew what was going on.

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Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

Amazing FBA

09:24 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing

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"two images" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"two images" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I think second image would say the same thing what we work very closely with the president added states I think we have a pretty good understanding of how he's thinking about things I I think you'd agree Stephen at nearly all times and so you know what we are our mission our mission says not to talk about these in a working as in the palace intrigue that I know you are so curious about. but rather to talk about the things that matter to American foreign policy so we really don't know any more now than we did and other than multum has gone in the media is going to fall in love with him after a lifetime of hating him he is going to become the most reasonable foreign policy adviser in the president's ever had you white book offer is TV show offer is and it'll be. interesting to see how Bolton reacts to that because one knows who the media's. and he knows what their daily what not there's certain some things going by the wayside here that I need to grab back. some things from the stacks of stuff today. now this is a little story from the hill dot com and let me share with you the headline. romp wins sixty percent approval in a rural areas of key states. now I'm mentioning this to you because we have. news poll out there from the ABC news Washington post polio. which says that trump's approval rating has plunged to thirty eight percent and sixty percent of the American people believe were on the way into a recession. now that would mean they'll like strapless that to save it trumps. administration is cratering the American people think he's ruined the economy if we're heading into a recession they're going to try to create. the news story that the American people have soured and lost confidence in trump. we're we're in the middle of one of the most robust economic read. it puts the Obama eight years to literal shame and what's the drive by media doing. giving fake nose and fake Paul's about a phony nonexistent can't see it everywhere recession. trying to convince people who are living improved lives of prosperity but it's all phony. there's gonna be a recession they're going to get fired are gonna lose their savings it's all on the brink of being destroyed. so in light of that here's the story from the hill dot com president trump's job approval rating. in rural areas of the rust belt in the Great Plains is at sixty percent. markedly higher than his job approval rating nationally according to a new.

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"two images" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"two images" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The second image would say the same thing what we work very closely with the president added states I think we have a pretty good understanding of how we think about things I I think you'd agree Stephen at nearly all times and so you know what we are makes our mission is not to talk about these are working in the palace intrigue that I know you are so curious about but rather to talk about the things that matter to American foreign policy so we really don't know any more now than we did other than multum has gone in the media is going to fall in love with him after a lifetime of hating him he is going to become the most reasonable foreign policy adviser any president ever had you white book offer is TV show offer is and it'll be. interesting to see Bolton reacts to that because most nose to the media's. and he knows what they're dealing with not there soon some things going by the wayside here that I need to grab back. some things from the stacks of stuff today. now this is a little story from the hill dot com and let me share with you the headline trump wins sixty percent approval in a rural areas of key states. now I'm mentioning this to you because we have a fake news poll out there from the ABC news Washington post polio. which says the trump's approval rating has plunged to thirty eight percent and sixty percent of the American people believe were on the way to a recession. now that would mean that the only extrapolate that to save it trumps administration is cratering the American people think he's ruined the economy if we're heading into a recession they're gonna try to create. the news story that the American people have soured and lost confidence in trump. we're in the middle of one of the most robust economic read for. it puts the Obama eight years to literal shaven what's the drive by media doing creating fake nose and fake Paul's about a phony nonexistent can't see it everywhere recession. trying to convince people who are living improved lives of prosperity it's all phony that there's gonna be a recession they're going to get fired a gonna lose their savings it's all on the brink of being destroyed. so in light of that here's the story from the hill dot com president trump's job approval rating in rural areas of the rust belt in the Great Plains is at sixty percent. markedly higher than his job approval rating nationally according to a new.

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"two images" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"two images" Discussed on KTRH

"The second image would say the same thing what we work very closely with the president added states I think we have a pretty good understanding of how he's thinking about things I I think you'd agree Stephen at nearly all times and so you know what we are our mission our mission says not to talk about these in a working as in the palace intrigue that I know you are so curious about but rather to talk about the things that matter to American foreign policy so we really don't know any more now than we did other than multum has gone in the media is going to fall in love with him after a lifetime of hating him he is going to become the most reasonable foreign policy adviser in the president's ever had you white book offer is TV show offer is and it'll be. interesting to see how Bolton reacts to that because one knows who the media's. and he knows what they're dealing with not there's certain some things going by the wayside here that I need to grab back. some things from the stacks of stuff today. now this is a little story from the hill dot com and let me share with you the headline. wins sixty percent approval in the rural areas of key states. now I'm mentioning this to you because we have a fake news poll out there from the ABC news Washington post polio. which says the trump's approval rating has plunged to thirty eight percent and that sixty percent of the American people believe were on the way into a recession. now that would mean of the lake strapless that to save it trumps. administration is cratering the American people think he's ruined the economy if we're heading into a recession they're going to try to create. the news story that the American people have soured and lost confidence in trump. we're we're in the middle of one of the most robust economic read for. it puts the Obama eight years to literal shame and what's the drive by media doing. getting fake nose and fake Paul's about a phony nonexistent can't see it everywhere recession. trying to convince people who are living improved lives of prosperity and it's all phony. there's gonna be a recession they're going to get fired are gonna lose their savings it's all on the brink of being destroyed. so in light of that here's the story from the hill dot com president trump's job approval rating. in rural areas of the rust belt in the Great Plains is at sixty percent. markedly higher than his job approval rating nationally according to a new.

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When the Dust Settled

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

When the Dust Settled

"The camera actually captured the settling of Martian dust as Viking landed on July twentieth nineteen seventy six more than two million miles from home. This is innovation now. Bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future the Viking Project managed by teams at NASA Langley gave us our first high resolution images of Mars. Here's Dr Joe Levin Theme Research Professor From The College of William and Mary who spent forty one years at Langley. Let me talk about what we learned from Viking and one way to do it is we've heard about marijuana four and six and seven marina four obtain twenty two images of the surface of Mars Marina six and other fly by obtained twenty-five images mariners seven obtain thirty three images. The Viking orbit is obtain fifty two thousand thousand images fifty two thousand images surface of Mars and the interesting thing is that we are still analyzing the Viking images and the pictures biking center earth are helping scientists today.

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First Screenshots of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

First Screenshots of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer

"Of duty modern warfare first multi-player screen shots have been revealed at e three twenty nineteen so they had e three calcium twenty nineteen first image shows a player full galley suit, complete with silence rifle these words new engine allows for dynamic cloth. So in a Gilead suit, moves the rest of the suit, moves more realistically, to characters also wearing a veil over their head and has a character moves so every part of the clothing and suit. So really doing the engine here, the second image showed in Teves return of the juggernaut suit and special outs to call a duty modern warfare Infinity ward art director Joel Emslie, also discussed he asked for early on. Heavy metal music to start playing as union dog or not as soldier inside. It shows it as his musical choice on the battlefield other details. Revealed during the panel, including that, while some characters are returning from two thousand seven's call of duty four modern warfare all the voice actors are new. They also further discuss their new engine that took over five years. Agreed which allows for things such as the caliber of bullet determining how an if it can penetrate a wall and go through the other side. So while the first preview of the game discussed the smaller more intense settings in modern warfare. They want fans to rest easy knowing that, there are still larger scale sections of the campaign, speaking of the campaign, you'll play half story as sergeant Heil Garrick, a former British army officer who will work alongside returning character car, captain price. You should remember him different character to the ridgeville, but we'll honor what made him so memorable the second half will be centered around a CIA agent named Alex who embedded with local forces in the Middle East and assigned to work with another commander Farah, who has a corollary of cap been price. So. So excited about that. Call duty modern warfare will be released on over twenty fifth twenty nineteen on PS four Xbox One PC will feature full cross play across all platforms,

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Hannah B. plays 'who'd you rather' on Ellen

Ellen on the Go

04:42 min | 2 years ago

Hannah B. plays 'who'd you rather' on Ellen

"This is a staff that is addicted to the bachelor. I mean, I just have never seen anything like it. It's just it's it's like a phenomenon so much. So that we have our own bachelor recap show on Ellen tube. Featuring a number of our staff members, I'm working very hard to make the bachelor recap show its own podcast. That's that's on my jets. Great. Are you on your watch list? We have good access to that show. Yeah. And and so, you know, we're all up on Colton is. And the fact that Colton divergent and they jumped over the wall jumped over the wall which led to him. And then we didn't elaborate clip of what happened after he jumped over the wall. And then we sure there was a woman named Cassie. I I know about thirty percent of what I'm saying. And long story short the next bachelorette is going to be Hannah be which apparently shocking news a lot of people. Right. Yeah. And also, you learn when we informed when we had Hannah be on the show, our studio audience did not know a that we had. Hannah be right. Be that Hannah. He was the new bachelorette and the audience reaction. I mean, they love her. They love unbelievable. My goodness. They vary site area excited at the notion. I was amazed at how comfortable she was like in the chair, you know, she really twenty four year old can't four years old. And she's ready. She says she's ready for marriage. I got married at twenty eight was I ready probably not. As you're listening. We also we played the game. Who'd you rather? So that we try to we put two men on the screen, and she has to pick the one that she would keep who she'd rather dot dot dot and an it's just it's it's awesome. She had a very specific type. Yes. Yes. And to her credit she stayed true to that type. Amen, mary. So you're going to date thirty minute once. So we thought we'd get an idea of what you're looking for. We're gonna play a game it's called who'd you rather? And we're going to show you two images of men and you'll say who'd you rather? And then we'll finally find the person you would rather do it with than anybody else. Okay. All right. Let's see the first two. Oh, that's a tough one. Oh, okay. Michael B Jordan's really attractive in creed. When he's all sweaty and stuff right that front. That's rough and. Yeah. Zaka high school musical like mine. Yeah. Yeah. He also plays Ted Bundy, which is creepy. He's he's really good in that too. By the way, and Michael Jordan is also good looking not sweaty. All right. Zach front or Bradley Cooper. No question. Bradley, brad. Okay. Bradley and it stars born Bradley Cooper because I don't know. There's I have a problem. I think I like people that look like they haven't bathed but smell like they have. Yeah. That's what I liked. It seems to be a thing because you like to Michael Jordan sweaty. And you want him to look like he hasn't bathed. All right. So you get out the alcohol and right? Okay. Good. So Luke, Bryan shoot. Okay. Well, I'll country music, and he can shake it for me any day. All right. All right, Bradley. Oh, we're still with Bradley. Okay. Bradley or Ryan Gosling. Oh my gosh. Now, the audience has delimitation. That's him in the notebook when he hasn't slept and have it hasn't bay. Oh, you know, you remember that scene? Okay. But still, Bradley, okay. Let's see who else. Chris pine is is but he's looks like he's just freshly bathed. Yeah. He does. I mean, the five o'clock shadows cool. But yeah, he does look kind of clean, and it's not playing. Okay. So let's get rid of the clean. Idris. Oh, yeah. You know, he's kind of wise for me. But he's very good looking and has a nice body. Yes wrong. Yeah. He he's probably clean too. Yeah. Oh, he's very clean. Yeah. Spicy clean. Okay. Jackson Cooper, to wise and to clean, okay. Oh, no. Oh, everybody. Oh, hi to who. Are we going to do it? We're all in so much. He can move. And he can't do you? Would you rather? Yeah. Yeah. That. Yeah. He can move. Still the derby one.

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Chicago police to release images after attack on 'Empire' actor

Donna and Steve

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago police to release images after attack on 'Empire' actor

"Chicago police announced a breakthrough in the attack on empire actor jussie smollet Wednesday department released several images of potential persons of interest in what chief communications officer, Anthony gleaming, he calls a possible. Hate crime gloomy tweeted along with two images of two individuals wearing black while video does not capture an encounter. Detectives are taking this development seriously and wished to question individuals as more cameras are being reviewed. Meanwhile, small it has left northwestern Memorial Hospital where he was treated for cuts on his face and neck and still plants perform a previously scheduled concert in Los Angeles this

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"two images" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"two images" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"This is a really interesting one who wants to go. I I mean, I I can start. I think I think there's going to be a lot to say about this win. But like, I so I would say I mean strictly answering the question. No, those are not sexist reasons. But I think it's also worth noting that we're actually very good at rationalizing decisions. After the fact like humans are not rational actors, we decide things on impulse in for reasons that are often very opaque to us, and you know, one of my favorite experiments like gives to give. People like these two images to choose from. And they pick one. But then they're showing the image. They didn't choose and asked why they chose that one over the other. And they always come up with a reason. So I think that there is real passively to the way that we decided, and that we it is wise to keep in mind that we don't understand our own internal processes, very, well, and that internalized biases, and sexism and racism in all kinds of things are managing us in ways. We don't quite understand dismissed the kind of word that makes me worry. He said, you know, is it sexist me to dismiss Elizabeth Warren is a potential candidate. Look, I see male candidate survive bad decision after bed decision in loss after loss without writing them off the same way, they seem ready to whenever a female candidate does one thing they dislike and I do see we're thinking about. Yeah. I I cosign one hundred because I was just thinking like the reason. That he gave I was dislike out current president said that he wanted to grab women by the pussy and people still voted for him. And so, yeah, I totally think that this is like a hundred percent sexist because the idea of dismissing her as a candidate despite her new political record. There's so many reasons to like choose not to. But when something about the word dismiss makes me feel like you just like Rojo off lake, and I think that there is a way in which FEMA candidates can be wrote off as opposed to I'm campaigned against or you know, like taking seriously as someone that will that could win even if you don't agree with, you know, her political leanings or the fact that she decided to take genetics which I don't I guess, I don't even understand that as a reason to dismiss someone. Maybe I don't understand the issue. We'll so the the very valid arguments against Elizabeth Warren for taking this test. She was. Trying to prove that she had on native American ancestry, and you know, because can I just ended up to say because Trump cut it kept attacking her as like Pocahontas? Yeah. Exactly. So in response to that into shut down that line of argument this very bad attempt. I'm sorry. Good. No. Yeah. You're totally right Lilly. And so, yeah, I think that, you know, a lot of indigenous activist groups, and, you know, plenty of native American tribes of come out and said like, this is exactly the kind of thing that undermines tribal sovereignty because we don't decide tribal membership based on genetic tests, and in fact genetic tests cannot accurately determine ancestry and advances a lot of really harmful ideas about the biological basis of race and tribal identification. So, you know, I too especially after reading a lot of pieces that you know. Folks with native ancestry wrote about it. I really am kind of upset that she did that. However, I think it's important to note as you said Lilly that she did that in response to a sexist attack from Donald Trump Rebecca onion wrote a really good piece in slate..

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"two images" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"two images" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Back to one hundred percent by the end of the week couple rough days there that a couple of people have said they've had it hangs on hunger for autoweek. And now, it's still have all the training and the scratchy throat stuff, but it is better. And a number of villa said. What's wrong with your voice? Well, it's getting better. It's just what happens in the winter kids go outside they. To that with your hands and give you a big hug. Or touch the handle you're gonna touch next. Will walk around with those things of the alcohol stuff it's gonna cruise ship. You know, they're everywhere. We should I'm here. We have the station. I don't think we do. We have in the station. I brought to large models zero bottle here. There's Bob Bob my office. But apparently people still touch nor Dobbs when they tried to get out of the room. How dare they four one zero WCBS six eighty back to the phones. John's a Baltimore John. Good morning. John. I think I inherited the problem that you have from your. I have two issues like to point out of the gentleman. John, John, you have many more issues in that people talked about here for some time. Sorry. The gentleman that called yesterday. Proclaimed Donald Trump. Influence on his children. I would like to say two things one. He evidently is thinks he's Jesus Christ has never said anything negative to his children. And if he can't be removed from being the father, and he should contact Jesus Christ to take over the second issue is these guys who have taken our money. Tax money and used it further. Good times, they should be put into prison until they pay every less penny back since they stole that there. I pay it back. The only thing that has to worry about is the taxes that should be applied for starters. If the contention is from the left, the left is the Donald Trump paying these two images. Simply look, here's here's money. Nothing happened or something happened. I don't care, right. But here's money. Don't screw up my public image now famous people do this stuff or so I hear all right and apparently members of congress do it too. So if if this money, this eighty thousand dollars is viewed as. In a legal contribution to his campaign that they did not declare that. I want the seventeen million dollars treated exactly the same fashion simply an even playing field, and I'll be concerned about the two hundred eighty K from Donald Trump from his own pocket sometime after we get the seventeen million a resolved. That's why I agree with you in the respect that if you pay with your money that's up to you. But if you're stealing money, then that's up to be accused of stealing. Well, look if somebody wants to go out and have an affair somebody who wants to act inappropriately the office place. No matter what the situation is. Then if they want to pay for it out of their own money, first of all, I don't approve of their behavior. But Secondly, it's not my money involved. And so I should probably not have a voice in it. If somebody says, well, listen, I just I just grabbed them on a co workers by the button, then reach running ramped. Grabbed your chest tickles. But I'm going to have her talk to you about getting paid for that. I beg your pardon. And that's what congress did seventeen million of our tax money. Have good times. I'm sorry. That does not work for me. What can they do something about that? Well, I'm not sure if the president has the ability to force declassification and since I suspect they're misbehaviors on both sides of the aisle. They're gonna covering corrupt butts from now until Christmas until Christmas ninety nine ninety nine. It's going to never happen. Infuriates me because then you have them as hypocrites standing up and saying, oh, look what Donald Trump did. Really? Then you guys were so holier than thou start every day debating or simply on the for the house, insert reading names of people who just just tell us who they are. And then we'll make the decision as to how to deal with it. If it turns out, although I've this because I can imagine this happening if it turned out that then carton was was creeper and he's going run grabbing women throws office. And of course, again, I cannot imagine this current which is why I'm using Benazir example that. I pay for it. I'm sorry. That does not work for me. I'd like to know it as a voter you to pay your own dalliances. Bruce, you bring up another issue that is before the house is taken over by the Democrats shouldn't Donald Trump to anything and everything to make sure Muller, the guy, that's tired Muller. And anyone else who has contributed to this problem that he has before the house has taken over? So that he gets that stuff at least out of the way. I would think so I'm like resolved. That's all I really would. Thanks for your call John appreciated for one zero w CD-roms six eighty two Thomas, Kate. Good morning, Tom. Thanks for hanging on and welcome to the Bruce Elliott show. Bruce, you mentioned Pfizer court about twenty minutes. And there's something I've been thinking about roll around a head, and this is gonna sound like real conspiracy theory stuff. But do we actually know there was a Pfizer court judge? I mean, the FBI faked everything else that was with this. Maybe they faked that to mill there was there was signed off on the request. The reason we know it is because it was specifically mentioned as justification. They have to show the documentation the for why the wiretap was there, and it was challenged by the front by the Trump campaign. Okay. But when they, but when they do that do they name the judge knew who the judge was I'm not sure about that. Because if the judge the judges name is really secret, and nobody she didn't have a roster of court judges. And all those guys really know is was it did they all in the case? Or does somebody else if somebody else, and they don't know it it could be if they don't mention the name? Nobody knows who it is. Nobody knows for somebody my belief is that the judges I suspect no one another. And that this came out of the I don't know if we know the name of the Pfizer court judge or not or if it's more than one judge who makes the question has come up among other people's why isn't the judge who by this time. If it was real knows. He was lied to. Why hasn't he complained or you think you'd be curious by now? Yeah. And you figured if there wasn't a judge. That's why he hadn't complain. No. I think that they're waiting for the wheels of Justice grind through. And I would not be surprised at some point. Well, I think legit Graham's got to pursue this. And so I think we'll see how see how the Senator does. Now that now that the Kevin are hearing seemed to have ready brand new Lindsey Graham, Tom, thanks for your call. Appreciate show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS this in from Jack Bruce in reference to Eggers squawk top of the hour. About President Trump hiring illegals and being a hypocrite. I have a question to ask a woman happen if the president would search out these two folks and quickly turn them over to ice for deportation where the president then look better Egger. I play. Play in swamps media as if this was taking a retribution because he's somehow have been exposed as a hypocrite. Again, I'm completely in favor. Of the following system. Making sure that there's a way of confirming. Whether or not somebody's ID is legitimate or not. We have that system. It should be comprehensive. Even a lawyer uses that system, and they get the wrong information back from the government. It's not only employer. There's some some phony papers and the papers pass muster at the federal level. You cannot hold the employer then responsible for hiring somebody outside the law on the other hand if the employer chooses to not do so to not to do. So and some say, I'm not gonna do that. I just going to go ahead. And I'm not going to use e verify oh you're hired. Let's get to work. I think in today's dollars, and this number would go up, of course, over time. To adjust for inflation that employer. If found should be fine. Twenty five thousand dollars per illegal hired per year. Which is a rather substantial amount of money, particularly for smaller employers that would put the smaller employers, particularly in larger employers to in a position saying do I really want? If I have a lawn service business new I really want to have three illegals on my staff because if I found out my business is done. I'm gone is seventy five thousand dollars, and I don't have that kind of money. It's over a large company where this are we really willing at the corporate level. To have. Fifty illegals working for us. And again at twenty five thousand dollars per legal that adds up to some serious money. And employers would I suspect say, no, it's not worth it. Many players already take steps to make sure this doesn't happen. You gotta get employment. I mean for my last couple of three employers. It was a passport burst. I mean, they wanna see everything don't know for sure you are a US citizen. If you're an actor. He's showing up on a movie set the before you worked at first day, you were required a show that documentation, and they note down your passport number and all that kind of stuff the photographs so there, but is covered. I would think there should be routine. And I would think that would resolve this issue within about a year or two all you need is a couple of high profile cases where these fines are levied for the rest of those individuals who choose to hire illegals to begin to think women. It's just not worth what it's gonna cost. It's a serious job once again inaugural. Nino Manzoni today wearing a complete chefs are good morning. Thank you for stopping. And by the way, you say there was not HOGAN, it's the mics. Yeah. Well, that's what I was gathering. You.

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"two images" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"two images" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Here's your host pat williams historian and author john furling with his book is called apostles of revolution john on the front cover there's a beautiful piece of artwork of these founding people from the very beginning anyway they all have hair and it comes down you know rate to their neck and it's all white they're either very old or they've got a good powder substance what what's the answer well actually that that's an image of that my publisher chose and it's an image from the of a national assembly in france so at the there to two images on the the front cover of the book one is this image of from the french revolution of the national assembly making revolutionary changes in france and the other image at the top of the book what was is a is a from a painting of an actual event immediately after independence was declared a crowd gathered in new york and pulled down the monument to the king of england george the third and believe it or not the that image was chosen for the cover back more than a year before the book came out so it was before all of the controversies about monuments confederate monuments whatever that that we've has always i regarded as just some good fortune that they happened to choose that that image i actually wanted an image of a guillotine on the cover but i lost that that are john tell me about jefferson the declaration of independence and how he was chosen and i understood that he was not real pleased with the way some of the other men carved up what he'd written i can you fill us in on all that sure congress appointed a five member committee that to to draft a statement on independence and the committee very quickly turned to jefferson and ask if he would write the draft and then he shared the draft with franklin benjamin franklin john adams who were on the committee and robert livingston roger sherman who were on the committee and they made very few changes just to cover literally about a dozen stylistic changes to it so it's it's jefferson's document and a couple of historians in the last few years have been critical of jefferson saying that he did it wasn't an original documented jefferson never claimed that it was jefferson said i was just trying to capture what the members of congress had been talking about for the past six months not introduced on anything that that was new and so the document was was submitted to the congress congress approved it on july the second which john adams that night and in his diaries that this this will be a day that will be remembered forever in american history when and actually what happened was then on july third and july fourth congress served as an editor and they they cut the original document that jefferson had written by about one third which probably is something that good editor can do and made it a bit more readable one thing about jefferson of the declaration i think that's really extremely interesting is that no one outside of congress really knew who had authored the declaration of independence for about fifteen years jefferson didn't he never revealed that he he wasn't a self promoter whereas washington for example after his after the war comes home and he hires a biographer and then he helps a biographer to smooth over some of the rough spots and and some of the battles in washington had lost and whatever and franklin's entire life was one of self promotion but jefferson didn't say anything to the public the public didn't know that he had had been the author until the you start having the partisan wars in the seventeen ninety s and then his political party made made the public aware of the fact that the leader of the party thomas jefferson was the real author of the declaration so it's about fifteen years after seventeen seventy six people really understood that john furling has been our guest the book apart cels of revolution we've got more after this on a pat williams weekend our this.

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"two images" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"two images" Discussed on Probably Science

"At an angle where looks like the two dimensional to you to be a cylinder the reflection the mirror opposite you is that of a rectangular prison so you the cross section the cross section circle thing yes you look at the two images you look at the image the image in your hand and the reflection of the image and it looks like from one of the things has a cross section that is a cylinder on the other one has a cross section that is square it's like how can the reflection of the how can the reflection of a circle b a square and then yeah in your hand looks like a circle and the reflection looks like a square like it's flips around it's very i forgot show you this which i made a video also and i guess i could just what's easiest way at oppose these i could pose to our twitter twitter this hold up the right angle looks like a sort of a moebius it looks like that imposible triangle you saw that the impossible the ashish ryan in the angle you could hold this at where you could make it but i'll i'll post these two at probably science the two videos i shot of those thank you that's really cool and vary article since you sent this now we've suddenly had ideas of things we actually want so maybe we're going to follow up and ask me more things alex he's had a cool phone holder made yeah i'm very late my girlfriend has access to three d printing and as made me like a phone holder where it's an elephant and hold it in the trunk and it's a door able and also core colder where it's the front and back of taper and then you put a wine cork in the middle as the body so then when you're drinking wine you're like okay cork you're gonna wait here and then it sets a taper it's great it's fantastic much less mathematical stuff this is awesome i'm glad that there's so many math people at engineers who are into like stunts for to look it up real quick has fund small pachyderm that great yeah oh yeah so it's a little like an elephant cross aardvark sort of sort of like that yeah tiny elephant that's got a oh yeah it's got a little like nobody knows on it as friendly real life today hold cokes all the time don't let them in the kitchen the other thing jessica fridge that was sort of a three d version of our logo yeah like a bar relief would you call that art majors out there believe is at the toronto yeah fresco yeah right yeah curio secure oh louis it feels like what would be in the mobile outside of the probably science towers if we were if we were doing this podcast back in this renate sarah bernice sit at that way six years to the podcast still learning it's never come up on this show at release it sounds like someone's what was that day in the right to him it was a trophy that one has come up on this show before i know that we've had i know we've had a control c controversy in this room on this show yeah that way just sounds adorable i'll be they did a country controversy can traverse city what would you call it light cool at a control c control cathy controversy but i call it a contrived controversy what you'd call it a controversy i would actually call it the which i would call it the controversy controversy control cathy ever slash controversy traverse yeah and then create on the end you know yeah yeah which is something that wines and the up so much i wish i'd done it on stage to think janine gras did it and she did it way better way than i ever could which is the fact that it's just the fact that they're having to be hotel called the watergate it was just the name of the hotel and they took the end of that name and now let means controversy that imagine if it had been extended stay america's we we'd better version of this joke but if you had to call everything sense that like holiday express or something yeah it was deflate in express i don't know does not what she her jokes good jokes not good but you get the bones of it you go fill in the blanks into something benghazi super eight late whatever.

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"two images" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"two images" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Of the sky or into space than it was contra lot weapons eight bit yeah but shooting nonetheless that it was goldeneye robbers james bond killing my friends then i graduated grand theft auto the original at one of the funniest things i did was wreaked mayhem around that digital town so badly that the fbi and swat teams had me pinned to a roof where i held them at bay with an assortment of horrific weapons yet somehow i managed to never have been arrested never assault anyone never committed crime toward a woman or a man and certainly never seriously entertained killing anyone i don't own an arsenal but feel perfectly comfortable with a shotgun i dig shooting ski or going on the occasional duff haunt i do think the my graduation to more graphic video games came later than what some kids are exposed to my sense of right and wrong in peace were firmly in place perhaps some kids get it so young that they do think it's okay to be violent or maybe they didn't have the support systems in place the programming the good kind of what is right and wrong by loving parents are caretakers or maybe some of us are born bad because the person has to ultimately make a choice whether it's about guns or movies or video games the choices dares to do a bad thing it is so incomprehensible to us that no clear thirdly what lines we would never cross that we grab onto our various things that we would blame beyond the human who committed the most grievous of sinn sometimes there are no answers beyond the obvious visas dan's life hi you're listening to the money station am 1410 kbnp radio i'm dave no with s two imaging it's time now to ask bill barham bill barbas senior vicepresident senior portfolio manager at orchid vestment management llc bill this year's bid good news for investors.

"two images" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"two images" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Winds team and the twoparty together for years and he financed almost all of his race baiting sex war films so there you go imphal wars dot com and it shocked even howard stern in an interview from two thousand and three the full interview is posted on him for worse dot com in the article that remember we have meryl streep shang roma polanski should be in jail for raping a thirteen year old or than he got in trouble for europe for other stuff and they finally got him before he was in jails fears before that she was in the early 2000s giving standing ovations still winning best director from the academy and he was known for all of this and there's a reports the ball the rape by 'wij teen and the underage girls as well but don't worry as you're gonna hear from quentin tarantino it's all okay even though he introduced as two images of men right bingman in pulp fiction it made a cute the funny that and what trump's words sex slaves inboxes all this you know fun stuff of you get kidnapped put the box you'll think it's cool to where's the gap thank you sleep just have to wake him up now won't you and so in real life that suit tarantino is it looks like is dead and you know what happens all said in tarantino's moving the pipe hitters come a law show here we are ladies and gentleman with him saying oh she was thirteen it was consensual i'll because she was drug up kind of like a twenty year old woman you drug her up so here they are pushing this whole movement and he's got houma thurmer coming out who knew about all this forever to they had are crashing in cars they sped honor tarantino's defending that now the dow the she's not a big star anymore she wants to get ten more minutes of fame you should have talked about it back at the time lady that's all i'm saying comparing the monsters like weinstein her tarantino but man i mean a lot of folks from hollywood tarantino's lived in austin for sixteen years he had like me he's come out over told me about face arrogant ole cash the hotel arrest historic to unbelievable but let's go ahead now ladies and gentleman it was yet the.

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"two images" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"two images" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"The things you talked about on the 2020 bessul jennifer whereas when one thinks of the mary tyler moore show two images come to mind i hate spunk the up and and chuckles the clown and ride you're out a really interesting piece the twelve best episodes of mary tyler moore the mary tyler moore show not including chuckles the clown wait offended like everyone knows the it's sort of redundant to be like oh tackled the clan of without that though you know um it's a famous episode of television period so you know everybody knows what that looks like we can simulate a that everybody knows but that's a great episode because if you look at any when when magazine when publications ju like that tv at the time this was always up there you know the chuckled the class episode so we know that great uh but there conte of other great episodes of the show as well uh i have a question about uh the believes new list mary dietz lou i remember watching that the first time in volumes will grow nece don't do what did out how did that episode do you know how that episode came about was it some aimed at fans had wanted so that's the lake along going to scattered i mean i was almost like a little surprised by self i had the same feeling about it hold on a word that this was an ongoing discussion on the show was like oh should we get mary lou together and it like from what i could help room for the people i talk to you about it it sounds like there was a meeting the main breakdown seem to be between men and women who are working on the show and that the member like gallot buried lurdzhya together and all the.

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