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"velma" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:29 min | Last month

"velma" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Velma prepared for absurdity. Fred Schell, Weekday mornings on one of 35 Kiss FM, Chicago Chicago. You can write to my lip strawberry. I scream. One Spoon for two and trade and child can get laughing about how small it looks Sorry you would you have great being north singing in high Me, but she spread again to all her friends saying is so unique. So when you gonna do waited that, too? She thinks it's shown, but it's sorry Use. That was our place. I found first started jokes. You tell her when she is with you. Do you get? There's food and she's with you. Do you get days up food? Do you get deja poo? Missing. My name is Let's do sound the same dress. I hate to say that I was just Hey. Oh, she knows Still because you plater uptown, singing together, met you even tell her between the course. So when you got to tell you that she thinks it's sure it's sorry, used. That was the sole we talked about this song. She's singing. Now she's with you. Do you get theirs up Promise using Get these up. Get days of scream in. Didn't get straightened jackets do machine building different when there's nothing Mhm. Pauline..

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

All Things Considered

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Cross-Cultural Casting: Noteworthy for Hollywood, but Not Exactly New

"About unconventional casting choices in film and TV. Mindy Kaling playing Velma and Scooby Doo spinoff Black Jamaican actress Jodie Turner Smith playing the doomed wife of Henry, the eighth and the British miniseries and Berlin. My dear sister No holds a loose tongue in her head. So does this sort of diverse casting violate some unspoken rule about realism critic Bob Mondello takes a long view, he says. Cross cultural Casting has always raised eyebrows, even though it's as old as casting itself in the fifth century BC When the Greek playwright escalates, needed a defense attorney for his leading man in the tragedy, the Oresteia he picked the God Apollo choice You do not make if you're worried about verisimilitude in casting. Live theater has always assumed the audience can make imaginative leaps. Whether it's depicting warrior kings who rant my kingdom for a horse or founding fathers who rap. I am not throwing away my shot. Hamilton, of course, is a special case. Just like my country. I'm young, scrappy and hungry, and I'm Shot. It's a Broadway musical, famous not just for putting hip hop in the mouths of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington but for matching black and brown faces to those historic white characters. Every time I write a piece of theater, I'm trying to get us on the board Latino composer lyricist Lin Manuel Miranda, speaking with fresh air's Terry Gross, black and Brown artist. This is a story of America, then told by America Now it's our country to with inclusion as Hamilton's calling card, diverse audiences made it a worldwide phenomenon, an outcome that seems natural. In retrospect, but that flew in the face of decades of theater practice in 1986. When the stage union actors equity convened the first national symposium on nontraditional casting. It noted that more than 90% of actors hired in the U. S were white and presented scenes designed to help theatre makers consider other possibilities. In Tennessee Williams's

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"velma" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"velma" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Daphne also insisted that there were never any drug innuendos in the show like purposely my thoughts this was the sixties and i think it may not have been a conscious decision to include drug references but maybe was just such a part of the times that they tried to model the characters awful. What was popular back then. In accidentally made shaggy scooby pods. I mean his the way chevy walks. I mean he's definitely wearing flared pants. You know which from the sixties and seventies that would be but he also. I think it had to have been subconscious. No matter what they say. Because do flared pants make you a stunner. Yes yeah actually but his. I'm marie as close. Always being like rumpled come like he wasn't like fried was very clean lined out of baggy. That's because fraud was coke addict and they tend to be a little more preppy and straight lucky. What was daphne's vice accede. It's why she's so skinny. And velma velma she was on amaral like a lot that's why she was like let's get to the bottom of things. Yes yes yes. That's why she was so focused on solving the mystery. Now obviously were being totally facetious but yeah so. Apparently this was not intentional. Okay so beside shaggy looking kind of like the stereotypical hippie stoner and shaggy. And scooby is constant obsession with snacks. Jeez the name. Scooby dooby doo. I mean come on. Dooby is literally another name for a joint. Also shaggy and scooby always seemed to be the most paranoid up the bunch. That's true i hadn't thought about that. Actually also the things that shaggy. And scooby e are pretty unusual to here are some of the actual things that she had scooby eaten in the show. Thank you because. I've had a question about the shea. Like since i was a kid so go ahead all besides the fact that he's doctorates right. Yes thank you very much. Thank you sacks. yeah. I'm not even going to get to that right now..

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"velma" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"velma" Discussed on /Film Daily

"We need to keep this going. Wow that is nuts. I remember stats like that being thrown around when the hangover with coming out. But i guess this better than that man that is wild to think of an that more to be clear that was in the official press release so peacock could be blatantly lying. But i feel like they would get in trouble. They live like that blatantly so their word for it man. Okay well i guess you. You've set us up there. Christopher for a transition into our next story here which you're talking about the state of hollywood and there being no original ideas anymore Tell me about delma show. I think we've talked a little bit about like the existence of the show. Maybe when it was i but now learned a little bit more about it. Yeah list. I announced back in. I think it was february when. Hbo sets a string of adult shows. That was coming to hbo. Max and one of which was the elmo. Just unoriginal ten episode comedy series about the origins of they'll mattingly the unsung brains leader of the mystery. Inc gang and This is a a series that we learned recently that the series will have no dog. No van and the character will be of east asian descent. So this is going to be set up in a in a world where there's gonna be no shaggy. No scooby doo and the character will be voiced by many killing. And we'll be depicted as being of east asian descent so couple. Big dramatic changes from the character has been traditionally depicted for the past fifty plus years a okay so I mean i guess the answer to the question. Why is already been answered by what. Chris was talking about at the in the previous ob subjects. So we don't really have to go over that too much but Actually i'm curious what you think about this because you and i are both really really big fans of never have i ever which is a i think the most recent show that michaela created. You're going to say. We're really big fans of scooby. Doo expecting shares fans. We're big scuba heads. Continue so so considering that hd considering our phantom of sub brand new original thing that that many tailing recently created. What do you think about her diving into this world. And what do you think about the the changes. That are being made to the sacred. Scooby doo core text here. Michelle why not. I don't really. I mean. I like scooby doo. I've watched I watched it a few times as a kid. Growing up when the reruns of the classic animated series show up and i've seen some films and various things it's classic it's fun I think yeah being as old as it is it's due for some makeovers and reimagining every now and then. I don't actually mind that much. I've even seen the live action movies. And i was convinced for a long time that the first live action movie was better than it was but then i wash it recently and it's not it's not that great But i i don't have any problem with us. I think it's kind of a given considering that. This is an origin story to begin whistle. Of course it's going to be before. She joins mr inc and his four. She meets scooby and shaggy. And why can't you take it as east asian There's many killing is of indian descent and there's actually been a time when she went almo is fitted as by an asian actress before She was portrayed by hayley. Kiyoko who played velma in the live action made for tv movie. Scooby doo mystery. Begins in two thousand nine. So i this. This is a property that is so like has been going on for so long has been remade and reimagined so many times. I don't really have any issue with it.

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"velma" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

03:47 min | 8 months ago

"velma" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"He's dr phil he's just about their li- is did you see what happens when you throw breakthrough window life. It's fucking crazy. And the fact that he's like oh this is your fault fuck you. This is your fault. Like 'cause i wanna have a school dance. You think this is justified like it's it's fucking terrifying. How stupid people can be to that level but this is a great team with renoir. You know he kind of his mom asked him which. I don't like how little his mom is basically like a non character. She has maybe ten lines of dialogue. She's hardly ended at all But she's like i watch you. I see you know what's going on. He's like you're you're not gonna understand this I thought when dad laugh it was because of me. And i thought that maybe you know i thought that maybe i could There was something i could do to make it like it was like. That's that's an interesting kind of thing again. That is the same thing that lithgow is. I wanted to do something to make it like it was like i would love to have my son back. I would love to be able to take this town. Let's make this town great again. You know let's take this down back where there's not drugs and women and dancing and rock music and stuff you know. They're both kind of things on similar similar ground. but just not exactly the same kind of ground Any kind of blamed himself for his dad. Leaving i think. That's i think that's a great scene with read a great character. Velma 'cause you never really seen him talk about his dad or anything. I think in the remake. Both his parents are dead and his uncle is really fucking cool in the remake. I'll give it that. His uncle is really fucking cooler remake But this where we get the city council meeting that this is great. I love this. Dan waste dude..

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"velma" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"velma" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"California at Dublin, Burkey and Velma Iceland facilities and in Hawaii. Here today to talk about her career is the figure skater and professional coach as well as her recent experience and selling your home and moving to Arizona. Please welcome our guests. Deborah Lower Dubbie. No. Well, hello. Hi. And may like leaky Marca. How is everybody there? You're doing great. And first of all, we want to thank you for coming back on. We also did a little zoom interview. With you a few weeks back, and we actually have Ah little surprise that I want to share. That was just so in the in the studio. We have our professional writer who took your story. And is helping us to, um to share you know, to share like the journey of of Debbie. And you know how you got to So where you right now? So we got you know we have here living in the studio that maybe she's gonna have some follow up questions for you. Hi, Debbie. Hello. Yeah, I'll meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Hey, So, uh, Debbie, now you Oh, by the way, the backtrack a little bit. You told everybody melancholic Yamaka And for those of you who are thinking what you call my mama? We want to translate if you want a translator translate for our listeners who may not know that phrase for medical et mafia is Merry Christmas in Hawaii, and so thank you for reaching back to your roots back here in a way, and so How is it in Arizona? How about I give you this one? About how lonely must be? He could help. Oh, again. No, no, no. That means the new year Happy New Year. I am the official Hawaiian translator for the team. I'm in real estate show as a designated Hawaiian on the team. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you so much, but, um, uh, you know, How are things in Arizona? You all settled in. Well, I'm not settled been, but I'm in. I mean, I don't have I only have one box downstairs now, and that's got my extra Christmas stuff in it, but it's very cold here. My little doggie is shivering all over the place because it's so cold and I have to work. You have to wear a sweater all the time. Well, I make a reading this letter, but I've been pretty good. Yeah, not different. I hope I don't make it through this one without Brian, but we'll see what happens. Yeah, So you helped make it very smooth. That's for sure. But here I am in my little community and make a Havasu City and It's out in the middle of nowhere, but once you get here, you're somewhere but it's pretty cool. I like it. So So for our listeners, Um, just what it will explain a little bit more of the back story. We were doing A, um A push to help anyone who's been affected due to cove in 19 and Debbie. Was he like a very likely candidate that we could help, Right? So we've actually we gotta website helping allahu dot com. And we were able to help Debbie maximize the return on investment and make sure that that transition over to Arizona was was smooth. It was it was quick. On that, you know, she was able to really quick. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. So so, yes, So she's she's here to share her story. We did a little little zoom interview with her. You guys will be seeing some content come out on our website. And, um, maybe some social media postings about it and Kira wrote a wonderful article documenting you know the story of your journey, Debbie? Yes, In fact, Yeah. W Well, it's gonna be a Netflix special week. No, baby. No Netflix special, but, you know, you know Tell us a little bit more about you. You, you know, figure skating and all of that and how, you know, figure skating. Out eyes and Hawaii. How does that all come together? How did that, um Because I don't know When I first moved to Hawaii, I I didn't start teaching right away. Although I was that's what I did on the mainland. That was my phone time profession, but that they didn't need any coach. Is there anything like that? And so? I went back to corporate type of thing. I worked for a major bank for years. Personal banking officer and manager and Um, But then you know, then I was teaching a lot. But I wouldn't bet anyway, so I was always in sales..

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"velma" Discussed on Z104

Z104

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on Z104

"And so whether, consciously or unconsciously, we've all sort of accepted that the leader of the campus has a responsibility and addressing this issues, right? Even if that leader didn't create the issue, we look toward our leaders on college campuses. To address those issues to rectified a racial climate When is like that, so I wanted to look at college president specifically because again, whether we know it or not, we have given a lot of credit. We've turned toward those leaders to address our issues. And in the time frame that you focus on its a 40 year period between 1948 in 1968. There were too many college presidents of color that you're talking about. Are there You have no, not from a national standpoint. No, not necessarily. But the beauty of the book is that at historically black colleges, there were black college presidents leading those institutions. And so the book being national reaching from the Northeast coming out to the south. The uppers happened deeps half across to me. It was an on the West Coast. The book has a phenomenal breath in reach of the types of institutions, right? We're talking about private and public. We're talking about predominately white campuses. And historically black campuses. We're also talking about colleges in the south and outside of the south, right because this isn't just a servant issue. And so you do see these numerous instances where there are these white academic leaders leading universities, but they're also in conversation with Black House presents as well in the South. 1948 the entire civil rights movement was butting. Did this change in colleges around the country reflect just was going on elsewhere around the country? Yeah, absolutely right. So the issues at hand and ultimately what the book argues is, you know that college presidents were Insolent you actors, even if they did so quietly in shaping policies and practices that had racial implications in America in a lot of issues weren't tied directly to other issues happening beyond college campuses. And the book has, you know phenomenal conversations about the role that college presidents played in shaping the federal housing acts. They came through the late forties and through the 19 fifties. Inroad at universities played in housing discrimination, especially major cities. New York Philadelphia Boston area Chicago. You pick a major city college presidents for absolutely critical and lobbying before federal officials and having meetings at the White House, particularly with the Eisenhower administration. You see the road at university leaders have played in shaping so many aspects of American societal life. And so it was really, really interesting to think about these academic leaders that way because they're not simply reacting. To social issues where they actually proactive in shaping how the nation engages those issues. Looking at how college president responded to issues when I really got into the history of it is looking at these leaders in a much more broad and much more complex way. You see them as a national collective actively shaping policy around those issues. You spoke about housing discrimination at the chapter where you focus on housing discrimination begins with this wonderful quote from Velma Hall. The Octopus in the South has tentacles in the north that that's just a wonderful way to get into that chapter. You find something in the archives that capture you know everything that you hope to convey in the book Are you looking at the research and bad quote really captures the entire book. Not just that chapter, right is just beautiful in the sense that Yeah, these issues that you know our national collective memory. If you will dance to replace gonna sell rice movement and limit our thoughts primarily to the south, right? They're phenomenal historians. Who have pushed back on it and talk about the Jim Crow north as well. But especially when it comes to higher education in the role of our colleges and universities when it comes to civil rights and rush in an important takeaway, imagining how when federal officials have a national issue They tend to look toward colleges and universities because these other places that are intended to solve our nation's problems, and specifically, they often sounds looks for college presidents because those on individuals who leave the institutions that are supposed to solve our nation's problems. You have stories in here about some fascinating characters and one that I really hooked on was John Davis Williams was the chancellor at Old Miss. Ah, starting in 1946 talk about that the search for him and just the amazing changes the university went through while he was there. Yeah. So So on John Davis Williams, JD Williams as his closest friends call him because the chancellor at Oh, miss in 1946 and the hiring process for him. It's so fascinating, right? So, just a brief background on the university, Mississippi old miss, as it's called Coming through the 19 twenties in 19 thirties, largely the institution's history was focused on maintaining the social hierarchy in that state. Obviously, a segregated is all white is heavily male at that point, and it's just about, you know, grooming the next generation of the Sons of Mississippi, if you will. But ultimately what you see on coming into the 19 forties. Is this sort of national pressure around what is our institution going to become, and there's this conflict on campus. Around. Do we stay focused on becoming sort of a Southern social club or is the university wants to become serious academic institution so it can compete? Across the region and nationally with his fellow academic institutions. And so the search with J. D. Williams because really fascinating because the border shirts these they're very interested in looking for A Southerner, preferably he. Ah, Mississippian. And so JD Williams is born in Kentucky, just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, spends most of his career in Kentucky. I mean, eventually moves up to become president of Marshall University at the time. Marshall College. Meanwhile, at Marshall, President of Marshal in 1942 to 46, hey actually engages a few of these What I call interational programs by some of these national Consortium, which is unheard off. So the process of hiring him is one of those things where he does his delicate dance and trustees, like Do we like this person did not like this person is theseventy enough to leave the university? Mississippi? Eso becomes this is fascinating process to hire him, but he doesn't phenomenal job in building up. That university in terms of physical infrastructure on the book, talks about how many acres and having more square feeds and having more buildings are built on during his tenure, and ultimately he's good at building up the university, but he Tends to take a back seat when it comes to the broader question around desegregation, and that's what about really gets into his leadership after the riot on campuses September 62 when James MEREDITH her role as the first black student JD Wings really steps into the national spotlight and showing how it institution can recover is public image after having a racial riot on campus. He really just walked a tightrope between the segregationists and the integration and and and James MEREDITH himself. And he said after the right he really did keep it together. To me. It didn't rocked about too much, one side or the other on obviously being the college president is important to almost think of them as elected officials because they asked us so many different stakeholders and Janey Williams was no different, right. You have to imagine how he was in conversation with Ross Barnett. White supremacists. Segregation is the governor of Mississippi. But also, you know, in conversation in a legal battle against the end of Lacey P in James Merritt of trying to desegregate the university and trying to walk that tight rope. It wasn't so simple as the president did or did not do something as much more complex than that..

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"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let it be known if it doesn't matter. Of course, When you do you're home inspection. You'll find out the pros and cons or even before that the pros and cons of the different kinds of heating systems. And if you have any questions about that, if you want more information about that Don't hesitate to give us a call here on the show for 10 9226680, or you can call me after the show for 10. 530 2400. Many of you have listened to me and know that one of the things I like to do. Every day is to write a blogger. It's kind of like a journal of what's going on during my week. How I am using my time whether it's about Home inspections. Whether it's about the Holmes I need, whether it's about a new listing that I have. Maybe it's talking about an experience another way to educate. Have the realestate industry and buyers and sellers and I brought a little article and I said How am I really using this block? You know I'm writing it. It's on my Web site. You can see it, but I've been blogging since 2006. Pretty much a daily ritual. Maybe I haven't written a bug every single day. But I've written well over 4000. I've logged in every day and most days I've talked to another realestate agent around the country, so I'm very Immersed in realestate. What's good about that? If I have somebody who's thinking about moving to another state are moving from another state here. I may already know a realestate agent in that area to hook you up with Not, you know that you would just find somebody's name on the park bitch or are a flyer that comes in that you know nothing about. You want to make sure that the agent that you're choosing Is somebody that comes recommended who has Dealt with people that you know referrals are the absolute best way to get a the best kind of professional, and that's not just realestate agents. That's whether it's doctors. Attorneys accountants, your hairdresser you You want to that amount to find out who is the right person doesn't mean that one person who recommends a person It's going to be right for you, but it's a good Place to start. So some of it ways that I am using these that many people use their blood as many are just looking for more traffic. For their post and for their websites and their people. They need to know their stats. And they need to know how many views of how many comments and how many likes and how many short you are elves. And some are you saying, What is she talking about? But I'm looking for other ways to use these to share them to repurpose them, and I do it. If if I send you an email, there's a link in my email that will take you to the blog's Sometimes when I write about you a right about your home a right about the radio show a question that's come up. I will write about it. And I will send you the link to that. So, for instance, a couple weeks ago I wrote about I mean, I talked about wishing my friend Velma Happy Birthday Road opposed. I sent that to her. So that she would have that I use it to count my properties. When I go on a listing and I have a home that's similar to the one of going on. I may bring 345. Post that I have written over the years to say, Look, this is what I do for these properties. You can go to my website and see all of my purse, just saying it'll say blog's click on it you sometimes if I'm writing about a business or somebody special I will print out that blogged and I will have it laminated and I will give it to the person so that there's a real keepsake for them to have. And the other thing that I do is as I Deal with the wonderful Realestate each week. I make notes and used these bloods right here on the radio show to share with you so that some of the ways that I'm using that that I am Staying in touch that I'm not just doing what I used to call the three piece to get your home. Sold those three piece are you Put it in the multiple list. You put a sign in the gray on and then you sit around and you pray. I try to be a lot more creative than that, And it's now time for a break. There will be more all about really estate. Please stay tuned to All about realestate.

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"velma" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Keep saying that worst if they're starting time today. Also brand of French. I'm sure whole foods like great were so she would spread with fries. They do help if they did I guarantee this prize this sweet potato for you. Point, man. Really? Even a frog fries? You're on his side now. He called you crazy, Just crazy crazy with it. Exclamation point, Right? Okay. All right to name a place you might find someone crying, starting with the letter W work one dig on that one. Funny thing about to get sweat. Name something you would find at a gas station. Name something you would find at a gas station, starting with the letter C Our first customer is a customer. Okay? And cashier store. So you get a point here. I'm voting for Jack. Just squid first case. Quinn. I think I did hear Karen first. Thank you, Jason. Yeah. 3 to 1 that it's still lead. Jarod has to get every question right now. Yes, he does. Name something you would see watching Scooby D'oh. Starting with the letter. V Velma Her mate. Actually always been confused by that, too. Velma is her name, Velma. Thanks dramatic a job. That's another. Example. The van OK, he's improving your questions are villains villains again? We've heard Katie. I could have been ice. No, that's not part. All right. Squid. I think you're doing better write the questions. Thinking. I agree that I lose, but those were entertaining. I like that. Alon. All right. We know the exact moment you should be texting your new crush or It won't be true Love. There is a love window, so to speak. You got a text in this window or, you know, change the love Go out the window,.

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"velma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Begin the public comment I remind everybody just as the meeting is getting under way about two dozen people file into the room some are young and looked to be blue collar workers a couple of others are in wheelchairs there's an elderly man with the freed sports coat his hair palm made it into place and Velma after getting out letter she's rounded up her neighbors at the ponderosa and they've marched to city hall to fight for their homes yes my name is Charles and I'm I'm on the road during one five years six years by road Velma is barely taller than the lectern letter chan is set as she faces the councilmembers we really made our birthday this all down more than anything in the world right now not just me but other families I'm not the only family raising kids there this confrontation is exactly what Cammy wanted me please don't take that for us to do the best you can that I would appreciate that very th it's clear the vomit in the other hotel residents don't blame Cammy for any of this they blame the Reno city council but councilwoman Naomi jarred and tries to turn their attention back to the guy threatening to double their rent is a disgusting tactic in there using you as their mechanism and pawn whether what she's saying about Cammy is true or not it's clear the city hasn't kept up with the growing housing crisis I talk about it with my cashmere ski the economic development guy alright so test test I wanna know why city leaders haven't done a better job of planning so the growth we've been able to attract with a come growing pains we could have been more aggressive at affordable housing we have not done but it's time to play catch up so I come back to this question of Tesla's here now is a huge member of the community as adding stress to a lot of these safety nets are not just safety nets but just our infrastructure in general should we be asking more of the company she got to be careful about calling out one business and then expect them to pay for things that businesses are not therefore they're there to create a product that ultimately if they're successful here will allow us to have.

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"velma" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on KTRH

"You are you're the first one to reenter mostly trash will be the winner but I think it's true I don't know she told a pretty well all right Sir I appreciate the call thank you and I thought it was I thought it was well told the wildcard line you're on the air Velma is impossible to read French book truth or trash no judgment wildcard line what do you think truth or trash they didn't expect once you absolute trash I have to eat trash bag on from a hefty imagination from a hefty imagination simply simply illogical all right well or it may be so west of the Rockies you're on the air of illness story to their trash FOR exact import Bragg that is definitely the truth I believe every word she says well that sounds awfully committed why why do you believe that so strongly it's a feeling I got when I when I listened as she had a conviction in her voice in her voice what she was saying I mean it you know if I were to hurt anybody else hello that same story I don't believe that all baloney but Velma just had that Turner to our voice yup right and I believe something like that could happen as well all right I appreciate it thank you very much for the call involved I'm sure appreciates that all right wildcard line truth or trash I am I really hi am I on yes hi I really thought she was kind of in our own world on that story I mean maybe with her but it sure wasn't found very true to me so you're trashing it yeah okay parliament all right thank you wildcard line you're on the air of illness story truth or trash you will decide I think you're shameless art you cut her off before the kicker no I'm sure she had more to that I think it's true but I'm wondering why she couldn't read the book she probably has an answer all right Velma do you have an answer or it was that the story that is the story of their yard inside it try one more time about five years ago and I even picked another one of his books have done well right.

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"velma" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Delivery service was too slow with now says FedEx ground is meeting its on time requirements a digital forensics company has a new tool it says can be used to hack into apple iPhones celebrate is making its software available to law enforcement agencies and it says it can be used to extract and analyze information on some iPhones without help from apple apple is currently at odds with authorities over to locked iPhones that belong to the terrorist behind last month's navy base attack in Florida Jimmy back to you all right thanks was seven twenty two two hundred ninety three days to the electorate so many amazing just under forty two that's right you know verbal call so how many do you get a day it's it's it's almost made art cellphones useless Waco to taking phone call let's talk about this and how much worse it's getting with ABC news correspondent Jim Wright in Dallas Velma tutor at Jim Ryan T. X. more D. Jim good morning Jimmy how much worse a whole lot worse something like twenty percent more robo calls last year than the year before according to industry groups that keep an eye on these things something like fifty eight billion billion with me I thought it was million hits fifty eight bill calls were released last year now it course zealous some of them are useful calls your pharmacy reminding you that you have a something to pick up they they could be E. something from your your you know your doctor's office reminding you an appointment like that but on in general I think people think of rebel calls as a sort of annoying sales call or the potential scam call that we hear so much about not your right Jimmy I get two or three these things every day right Wrobel tax are they becoming bigger to roadtechs OR eight no Dan yeah they're a little easier to avoid I think at least what I found it you delete and block and try to make sure that the you that you know what yeah that's that's another issue this all is supposed to be covered under under new legislation that president trump signed it was so called the the the telephone rubble call of use criminal enforcement and deterrence a all at two spells out traced right for a little bit sick does it contorted there but at any given the FCC more time to take action against Wrobel collars and the fines can be up to ten thousand dollars per call so the feds are trying to crack down on it this all had the backing of the Florida lawmakers who said that they've been trying to do this kind of thing for years I would imagine that that I read and somebody knows there are states that get more calls I would think Florida would be one only because Wrobel callers are trying to scam you out of something and we've got a much older population probably more vulnerable to this true a get Florida is not in the top ten among the states that get these kinds of calls it surprisingly up up the coast in in Maryland and New Jersey in Virginia they all get many more calls and that in the end even Georgia ranks number nine in the number of complaints the average monthly the people are getting something like twenty eight calls every month the almost one per day there yeah I mean Oregon has a lot of calls out there so I mean there there is a peace seem to be a lot of rhyme or reason except you're looking primarily at coastal states right our other software developers are trying to be able to find a way around this well yes and you can find apps that that are intended to cut into these numbers your provider also your your vessel provider Verizon eighteen T. the others also have of ways that they can alert you to incoming spam calls or to to kind of blocked them as well they put a little bit hesitant about that though Jimmy because the concern is that let's say you you sign on to Verizon's call block service men and you had an important call an emergency call is blocked by Verizon then they face potential liability right they've been a little bit hesitant to go along with this kind of a global so sounds like there really is no answer this thing we're just gonna have to get used to it unless they really put a lot of people in jail with this new legislation and maybe you'll get scared off by right that that that's and and imposing fines and the and making the do not call list actually means something to get used to mean something now it seems to be useless yeah Hey Jim thanks of pleasures are you get and we'll talk to strangers it's Jim Ryan the it I got a call yesterday a unholy give this number but anyway it was a somebody who want to.

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"velma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hi twenty five now till the top of the hour boy we got a lot of reaction that we to Velma yesterday wow it's all she cracks me up when it somebody rides me she has your credit card and I'm like I think she probably does I have no idea everyone else does apparently in my orbit you know I'm a I'm really surprised I am about to say to you that is by the way there's there's crazy media stuff stories out there like there always is I mean you've got Alec Baldwin the guy is just out of his mind I mean is my favorite tape in the history of all of radio him trying out to be a talk show host but but maybe will play in a minute or two maybe we won't but you know he's now he's Sears sees it near moral collapse in America and blames it on we the people trump supporters we smelly Walmart shoppers and irredeemable deplorable cycling the god guns and second amendment in our constitution and our religion Eric and democracy is always been a struggle between the mis aligned protections of specific freedoms and arranging ranging at times intoxicating twelve cylinder economy I tweeted that out it demanded vigilant consistent regulation compassion for the disenfranchised how do you define compassion thirteen million more Americans on food stamps under bite no Bhama eight million more poverty is that compassion is a compassionate create dependency tribes created nearly eight million jobs gotten eight million people off of food stamps in a wages for the working men and women are far exceeding wage increases for those in the top ten percent that to me is a good thing record low unemployment or best employment situation in fifty years demographically record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment wow but they know better liberals no better than we the people I mean there it's so full of rage at all times you have both will be gold Burke why is she joining in with joyless Behar I don't know trump's the reason a hundred and seventy six innocent lives innocence lost their lives are what you got to be kidding me right but the rest I think to our personnel has gone up not down and I don't think it was justified by the intelligence leave something televisions that I've seen okay.

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"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Twenty five now till the top of the hour boy we got a lot of reaction that we to Velma yesterday wow it's over she cracks me up well it somebody rides me she has your credit card and I'm like I think she probably does I have no idea everyone else does apparently in my orbit you know I'm I'm I'm really surprised I am about to say to you another is by the way there's there's crazy media stuff stories out there like there always is I mean you've got Alec Baldwin the guy is just out of his mind I mean is my favorite tape in the history of all of radio him trying out to be a talk show host but but maybe will play in a minute or two maybe we won't but you know he's now he Sears sees it near moral collapse in America and blames it on we the people trump supporters we smelly Walmart shoppers and irredeemable deplorable cycling the god guns and second amendment in our constitution and our religion Eric and democracy is always been a struggle between the miss align the protections of specific freedoms and arranging a raging at times intoxicating twelve cylinder economy and I tweeted that out it demanded vigilant consistent regulation compassion for the disenfranchised how do you define compassion thirteen million more Americans on food stamps under bite no Bhama eight million more poverty is that compassion is a compassionate create dependency once created nearly eight million jobs gotten eight million people off of food stamps in a wages for the working men and women a far exceeding wage increases for those in the top ten percent that to me is a good thing record low unemployment or best employment situation in fifty years demographically record low unemployment African Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans women in the workplace youth unemployment well but they know better liberals no better than we the people I mean there it's so full of rage at all times you have both will be gold Burke why is she joining in with joyless Behar I don't know trump's the reason a hundred and seventy six innocent lives innocence lost their lives are what you got to be kidding me right but the rest I think to our personal has gone up not down and I don't think it was justified by the intelligence lease up intelligence that I've seen okay right.

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"velma" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Next two hundred ninety five days I'm going to be super duper look relaxed no worries at all no no worry nothing all right Velma we love you do me a favor kiss my nephews and tell the minister I said hello and he's boy he has I actually feel for your husband a little bit you know what I'm not going to tell you you he's got a handful you're a handful when god made me broke tomorrow he did and what I'm such a wonderful person what it what can I say honey no I am just a year yeah the poor guy I mean they are not bound to me I love you I love you a lot I love your husband love your family love the kids I love everybody you don't even know my let's because he won't come see me I've invited specific that meant a once thank you dear readers celebrated he likes to do it pretty sure everything you do that's because I buy all the big expensive gifts for the yeah you yeah I think I think the more debt when I got them the many motorcycles I think that he was a little you guys were a little worried that out no very very very there of the matter fact we've been the start teacher and the prince of darkness American added Dr listen I can't believe it yeah I happen to be when you get all you get is up to you can go now if you're not going to vote for trump we got about four I don't know but I'm not the people that I wanted the gun so I don't know the mobile phone well I'd say if you don't I think you should vote for trump because the economy is never been better solo Monty's dead Gaddy whatever okay we have seven million seven million I don't agree with them and I don't know what to do if you want a black person that like Donald Trump wanted him back enough okay who did you want to run I would I want to Ron yeah I don't know but I did I did the people that I've worn it are done who did what what difference does it make they don't you can't remember the names you love you love them that much you don't even remember the name yeah but do not know everyone okay which ones were you interested in so you can start talking about okay I'm not I would venture do you know what I really wanted a woman because women women not to take him now you have this thing about I pick a male masseuse of female masseuse sub mail president at present women are good at it women of their detail will very what what is it you're saying men are chopped liver that we're on mountain man man or do a lot of things they can take you out to dinner and wine and dine you well that's very nice of them for dinner at least a good for something yeah one a lot about business we're all about business hi I love women I think big off them I love everybody book but we love you too god bless you okay I'm not by this I don't even know what this is I don't even know what to say that all that so all of a sudden my phone calls all that I am sure you are the one that set it up Linda beating and you know because all the charges you all all your GrubHub every day comes across which is a food delivery service in New York comes of it all day long these guys ordered food they eat one state twice they three times as keep order in and then which.

Velma
"velma" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on KTOK

"You account for you what did they know that I'm the one that sending you there right now and they love you and they Love Me but they agree with me and not you like you're going to vote for trump this year right you've got to be kidding I'll see you got a vote for socialist I'm Margot about about what I think will will will help this country well well well give me a name who you think gonna phone I'm not giving your name not why you afraid I you should be you should be a little more chill we set you for a man in for a penny in for a makeover we set it for everything all right hang on one second one find out whom Velma is really voting for the other side of this break eight hundred nine four one shot if you want to be a part of the program Hey want to remind you and I'm sitting in my brand new that's right custom fit X. chair and it makes such a difference I sat Linda's Linda's little configuration little different than mine but you can't you don't think a chair makes that big a difference in your life it really does now that I have my own to my specifications I love it it's such a big difference they got their patented dynamic variable lumbar support lower part of my back is got this I can't explain it discomfort this field that literally help my posture helps me more set more comfortably for longer periods of time to call the D. V. L. you can appreciate it once you try it yourself the first time you sit down now the call in this.

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"velma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"velma" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Take her attack over a healthy once that's an exaggeration sorry Velma but I like back in this one I love his supporting cast much more than the eagle supporting cast for Wednesday everybody's heard that line that line and Ezekiel it are going to get it done ma'am this is an E. S. P. N. talker this is just beyond soccer but I don't know who that has the leader the dak Prescott fan club mark all may on is that the Palmer who is that that is former quarterback mark Sanchez is it really yeah the sand has written for the Dallas Cowboys didn't sound like a **** fumble at all all right all right yeah he's I'm still getting used to it was a broadcast of only seeing a time or two so I didn't recognize that one no doubt no doubt we'll go ahead and move on to our third gas in speaking of quarterbacks there's here's our next guest things drew Brees who ought to just have one the greatest quarterback performance of all time has pay in manner for most touchdown passes and of a history I really went twenty nine of thirty completions on Monday Night Football and he said this guy is not gonna stop until he wins the Superbowl and rides off into the sunset as soon as he would be noticeable that's how much you really I I I I believe may be a little biased because that's how much I think of them but I believe he won the Superbowl most likely on the P. again and rides off into the sunset on the high side wolf this is a hard one I do not know that's the all also Kurt Warner I know that's wrong no no that is not correct mark that was Jonathan Vilma former say himself played Richard reason he said was a former quarterback I did say that you didn't need to check the tail light that was you said former quarterback all right all right judge for the days you said former quarterback last on the last one yep yeah maybe I maybe there's a delay in here I'm just hearing what you said about five minutes ago all right I'll take the L. god okay okay we'll keep it moving removed from the NFL into the NBA on this one where we got an NBA superstar who hasn't been having the greatest year I had a great performance this week and they asked him and are these guys focus too much on your teammates and it is leaving you open for too many shots sometimes they lose sight of the fact you're probably scored some as a problem at all well you know sounds like west rock that is correct okay all right yes his best games of the night the other night beat the clippers I was it's a great for house dear you play Houston Rockets audio on the well I shoulda known there you know **** unknown there you are I Markel put the ball on this Soundgarden save me I will wrap it up with Yanase at that the couple had a perfect a fabulous performance of the night took down the bra James and the Lakers in this next man up in Soundgarden says he's already got the M. B. P. locked up if you look at the history over the brawny dad is mad so broad as all of them use fourteen therefore against John is but bless America Yanis was shooting the ball from Lambeau field at night after that I'll trade trade ball he set the tone and you know you just got to love this guy and to me this is why he's the front runner right now to win the MVP eighteenth old man this is for the win mark I do not like my chances this does voice sounds like he's got a little international flavor are we are we talking about somebody was not born in the United States of America no I don't think that's correct so he is born in your eyes as our ground so former NBA player is that what's his name the those salty guy the play for Boston for off for few years Hendrick the the the the is that shoot what's the I can't think of Perkins there is the win at kind of mustard out three out of five gradually like converting on fourth and two and then running thirty yards down the sideline all right good stuff all this garden this evening father be joined at the show earlier this week on a hot stove special if you missed it we've got up for you coming up next and then what is today a lot of the secular national day calendar about a half hour away as well on this was later your child into the mark Wheeler geo on KNBR one.

Velma
The Key to Networking

Journey to $100 Million

04:19 min | 2 years ago

The Key to Networking

"I really don't go to a whole lot of industry conferences. But I want to one about two months ago, and I came out of it with a business opportunity that was somewhat unexpected. Although I had planned it a little bit. About two weeks before the conference. I was looking at the agenda, and I was really just scrolling through to see what the sessions were. And to see if any names jumped out of me and one name in particular did jump out not because of his name. But because of the company that he worked for it was a rather large company that followed for a while. And there are a large agency out of New York City. And I wanted to find out more about this agency. And really to see if there was any opportunities that maybe we could Claverie with them somehow. Fast forward to the conference, and he was there and right away. I recognize who he was because I had done a little bit cyber stalking as any good business. Velma person would do. So I knew what he looked like I had actually connected with him on Lincoln and follow him on Twitter. And I think I followed him on Instagram as well. So I was reaching out beforehand introduced myself. I told them I was going to be at this conference. And when I went up to him, I said, oh, hey, I'm Eric. And he goes, oh, yeah. You connected with me on Lincoln. Right. Yeah. That's right. And so we sorta talking it was an icebreaker. It wasn't a cold Helo. Just like everyone else at the conference was doing. There was actually something there that connected us. Although not a very strong connection. He at least knew who I was. And I had propped on that. I was going to be there. And so he probably within my profile pitcher and recognize who was or at least had a general. Idea of who this guy was that was walking towards him at that moment. So we talked for a little while maybe five minutes and the conversation came to a natural conclusion. And I said, well, it was very nice to meet you. And maybe I'll see later the conference. And I thought that was it. I didn't think I was going to bump into him again at all well that night. There was a happy hour, and I was sitting at a table with a couple of people that I met during the conference just having a beer, and I look over at the bar and the same fellow is over by the bar. But he's he's he's us sitting down. Maybe I'll five feet away from the bar, and you standing there, and he's all by himself. And he's he pulls out his phone and starts messing with stone. And what I realized was no one was talking to him, and guess what Dallas that opportunity. So I got up IB lined over to him. And we talked for another ten or fifteen minutes, and this time, it was a lot more at ease because we're in a social setting we're at a bar, or you know, had a couple of beers. And he asked about what we do. And I told him, and he said, you know, what I think there could be an opportunity for what you do in one of our offices. I'm going to connect you with this person and this off. Office. And he did exactly that. So after the conference right away. He sent an Email to introduce me to his point of contact and that led to a couple of emails being exchanged, which led to a video call where we were explaining what we do to the personnel is making the decision now nothing has come of that. But the key here is look at your conference agenda and see who's going to be there and start making connections before you ask you show up. I showed up by myself. I didn't have an entourage with me. So it was a little bit awkward, but still I wanted to meet people there. I got way more out of meeting people there and talking to people than I did from the technical sessions that sat in on the key to conferences networking, and it can lead to opportunities. Whether those opportunities turn into anything is a different story. But you need opportunities to grow your business. So. Again, go to a conference don't just go and sit in the sessions find who's gonna be there beforehand connect with them weeks before and start the conversation before you show VIN person.

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"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"velma" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'm gonna dive it for you. All right, Linda said she's going to speak at my funeral women idea. Why don't you guys go off into the woods together? Be nice. Wasn't. Had an uncurable disease. I talk about this all the time. I'm not gonna let my kids you feed me applesauce. And and shower me and clean me up. After I go to the bathroom. I'm not doing that. I'm not going to allow my kids. I'm the wants to be with you. Nobody wants to do that. I want them to remember me as I was alive. Not me dying in a bed and applesauce fed to me. No, I don't want that may not may not take you through that you made your mind just die. And you know, what I'm going to get to heaven. And I'm going to say I got way more than I deserve. I know I'm in the other place. That's as uplifting as this segment is it has to come to an end, Sean you have to wait. Now, Linda is going to speak at my funeral. She sat right. That's right. I'm gonna eulogy. And what did I say? I said you only get to speak. There's one rule. What's the rule? You know, the rule you should know the rule of told you this is your show. I didn't wanna stop on your mom. Oh, what's the rule? The rule is no crying. No crying. Curses much as possible and curse a lot. And piss off the preacher gonna be great. No. Velma you find you need to fly out and hang out with Linda, and they're going to be a lot of boos at my party. That's an after we get through quiet now, you know, be quiet. Something happened to shine. I my gosh, listen, don't waste any tears mates away. I mean, I know I hope and pray because that's what I'm praying for every day. Okay. You meet your now. Now that you're going to force me to one day go to your funeral, which I I I'm dreading and don't want to have happen. I am praying. The God takes me first. How's that? So then I don't have to do it less obligation in my life. I tell the kids I love them. They're Sean says, hi, right? Okay. Okay. We love your show. I love you too. And you're gonna make people laugh at my funeral, right? It's going to be a grand old time. Do you know what you're gonna say? Absolutely. You know at the end of the day when you really think about it. You don't own your house. You on your car? Don't own your clothes. You don't own anything. I don't care it. Anybody says while we are here pretending we own, thanks. Thank god. We have lifelock lifelock to protect our identity because while you're alive if some of the cybercriminals, and by the way, they an identity stolen, every two seconds, if they.

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