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How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

Bay Curious

03:48 min | 5 d ago

How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. So popular, we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. Grape juice used in church, not what we would recognize as wine, and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. Now, when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. Now, after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. When California entered the union, it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. For, is a species of grapevine. It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. From Europe by boat, then from California by train. But that all changed in eighteen, seventy five, the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, and as a result, the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. That became the from California. Now. It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. PHILOXENIA. And when it arrived in wine country, it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.

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Exams: Does anyone actually revise properly?

How To Fail Your Degree

04:27 min | Last month

Exams: Does anyone actually revise properly?

"Today, we're going to be talking about everyone's favorite time of the. Show. When it comes to the exams anyone actually revised. Every student ever. So I think everyone has a idea at this point of like going to be really good at this time around. But it's not gonNA happen. So how would you go about combating that? I mean like well, obviously, you're on your first This a pointless endeavor. Why would you? Leave the room. But no like I. Think for me. Obviously, it's my second year. So I. It's like you learned from the first of how to tackle revision an exam rooms and everything like that, and then implemented the second year. But guess what guys still this look so I think for me like. I always follow the tips such as like Trying, to start work early, you know tried to revise the as possible leading to content turning to everything, but you never happens. Let's be honest I was GONNA ask well, like in your levels I guess Lauren called it. What did you do that? Like what was Your Vision Tactics So essentially when I was in Secondary Go. I'll go coiro in. Year nine. And then I didn't really come back into school. properly again until maybe like. Three weeks before Mudgee says he's which stop. And That was literally any more schools in like a frantic we need to get this kid today's exams and. Basically. It was just a case of semi downtown. Me Walk Exams, I was GONNA set and leave meter and. Had some teachers that were ready right and some teachers that were less say So I had varying degrees of helping different subjects which basically meant now had very little. Tom. Sawyer Myself Out and. So we just went into it with. Nothing to lead you just go a God I'm not. She came out. I Proud of that Spanish, because I, no chance I'm going into it on I think. On the plus it has showed me that like. Kremlin is a technique. Just, doing nothing lucky to get that knock before your deadline over for your examined you competing stumped. Forget who the people that the alike I'm sorry. This is really bothered me to site but let forget people saying, Oh, it's really important Vida sleep. It's more important to have some degree of knowledge about what you would go out to an example and I think. Trump is north communism not useless like I wouldn't advise it. But if you nothing then chromium is there any place is your only option and you should definitely take. The negative saw of die experience on or I did I've, still Kremlin. Is I. has completely lock shaped my stations of every other exam I've sat since and every deadline more or less thought to mate. So I levels coursework. Assignments at university. I'm not the person. To like. Talk to you about being prepared. And Doing a little luck religion and stuff but. I will endeavour to change this I'm just saying the Kremlin. Go is going east of it. Decent. Kremlin. I mean I mean. Three weeks like to get will that work done is like Merck Guys Redmond breath yet cruise just like that just proves how like you know. HOW COMING WORKS? It's an amazing system guys. Will teach you guys here you know like it's it's like three weeks guys. He lent his entire season three weeks and he's still eating.

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La Dolce Vita: 5 Life Lessons From My Grandma by `Adi Redzic

Optimal Living Daily

04:49 min | 2 months ago

La Dolce Vita: 5 Life Lessons From My Grandma by `Adi Redzic

"La Vita five life lessons from my grandma by Audie. REDZIC AUDIE REDZIC DOT COM My grandma would have been ninety one today. She raised me and taught me about life and love, and did so through her words and example she passed away over seventeen years ago and by Mitch passing year I realized ever more. What an incredible person! She was, and her lessons and wisdom ring truer than true. My Grandma's life was by any objective measure, a difficult one yet her way of life left the world, a better place, and all of us. Who Knew Her positively impacted? In the storms of life through. Difficult losses and curse sadness to remain authentic calm and peaceful is the greatest art. This was her an epitome of Ladele, J., Vida sweet, life. Even as life crumbled, many times over people died and suffering and sued. She remains steadfast and living a good life, and contributing to make the life of others better to. As you may imagine lessons from someone so important to me so wise so humble and so beautiful abound. But here are five. That particularly resonate in this moment. Number, one audacious love. Does, the kind of love that knows no boundaries loved that soothes comforts and inspires love, the says lean on me and take on the world. My grandma was a genuine example of that love her lover me, unconditional and constant as it were inspired. Much of my life is inspired me to give of myself albeit muffin imperfectly, but to do so freely is also taught me to love myself, and that I am worthy of love. 'cause she have possibly given me a greater gift. No. Could we possibly give anything more valuable than this to anyone in our life? Number two kindness. My grandma lived in the same city for over fifty years when she died. Thousands remember as always having a smile on her face and a kind word for everyone. Her kindness. She changed the lives of those around her. Kindness takes so little, but makes an enormous difference. We all have reasons to be frustrated on any given day and do not feel like being kind, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't make the effort. Indeed, kindness is the answer. Be Kind with. Everyone should tell me often. Number three grace. Grandma lost her mom at the age of five, her dad at the age of twelve, and spent most of World War, two, hiding the caves of Gorkha Montenegro's capital city. She's then lost a daughter. A twenty seven year, old son, a twenty two year, old nephew, and lived through civil war that threatened all of our lives. She had a lot to be upset about. No one would have blamed her given up on life, except she never did it of harbouring a victim mentality, she welcomed her feet with Poise and grace till the very end, never better, and never lashing out at others, always humble, thoughtful, gentle and graceful. She understood that while we cannot control what happens to us. We can decide how we react. We can let feed destroy us or behavior, becoming unhinged, or we can live gracefully even in the face of enormous pain and suffering. The choice is ours. Don't get me wrong. She was a bat, but being a bat says I. Mean we should lose our poise, grace or style. Number four service. A product generation. My grandma spent her life as a homemaker, supporting my grandfather children and grandchildren, his siblings, her five sisters, and brother, hundreds of friends and neighbors, and many others throughout her life. Wherever there was a need, she was there. Fascinating Lee, she loved doing it all her deeds were not a reflection of do that mentality, but her deep commitment to giving freely and unconditionally to serving the world and those around her. During her life, and after I heard many stories of her good deeds, relatives, friends, neighbors, and strangers alike she was the favor neighbor, the most beloved aunt and the generous benefactor too many. One of the most touching moments and proud moments was when our postman man in his sixties heard that she had passed away. He wept like a baby. In number five family. My Grandma's devotion to her family was unequivocal and profound, growing up I didn't understand this, but her family went beyond the blood relations, also, there was no pride or ego, and her love could be seen in the biggest and the smallest of actions. All remember her warming up my socks in the morning taking me to the seaside playing cards and let me win. A lot were counting the steps so that I would eat one step one bite.

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"vida" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

06:02 min | 3 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"vida" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"vida" Discussed on 710 WOR

"O. vida grape seed that's been proven to assist high blood pressure and high blood sugar if you take it before meals adults with high blood sugar because you're a publisher but regardless when you take it it helps with blood pressure it always helps with blood pressure and a healthy person right lobe lower blood pressure two or three points which is good but is somebody with high blood pressure it might lower their blood pressure twelve or fifteen points which is crammed that's wonderful but there's another aspect to nitric oxide nitric oxide is antiviral they're treating people with coronavirus called mid nineteen infections with nitric oxide and hello because nitric oxide kills viruses I'm not your **** side hope you breathe and helping normalize breathing so perhaps I don't know but it just makes sense that it's a good idea to have nitric oxide working for you now improving your breathing and improving your circulation rather than becoming your enemy in becoming peroxynitrite I watched able lodges nitric oxide is grape seed extract there's about fifty study showing which and some of them are studies using my grape seed extract a couple of other benefits of grape seed extract it's a wonderful supplement for overweight people why is the corona virus dangerous when you're overweight because fat cells in flame you I'm a coronavirus should trigger severe inflammation of the heart and lungs so if you're already inflamed that makes it much more dangerous so just being obese is probably the biggest risk factor in general for the crown of us becoming dangers so grape seed is your great friend if you're obese because it reduces inflammation everywhere in the body and stabilizers nitric oxide to help improve your blood flow your circulation your blood pressure and your long haul and your heart health now diabetics because you're absorbing less sugar that help you normalize your blood circulation on this and diabetics within two weeks your blood sugar proof but they've also shown in diabetics that great she does a great protector of the kidneys and our eyeballs generally ten years after diagnosis of diabetes ten years into it you develop I. disease diabetic retinopathy the little blood vessels in the back of the eyes of the core right body or getting inflamed a bursting start to develop scar tissue you're also getting hard exudates you getting lumps on your rivals lumps of fat or congeal into the I. bowl because the blood vessels leak you getting lumps of fat the eyeball all the hard exudates when they gave diabetics grape seed extract it was preventing the hard exudates it was preventing damage to their AJ eighty percent of people have had diabetes for ten years one to put diabetic retinopathy now the other thing I was doing in diabetics was improving their estimated glomerular filtration rate your glomerular filtration rate is the ability of your kidneys to work and get rid of toxins and excess water nexus fluid I don't people chronic kidney disease a whole bunch of things go wrong they can't create red blood cells his two kidneys really so hormone to make red blood cells called refer a public to a church that's not good during one of our shift electing a Republican and red blood cells is that what carry oxygen and takes a load off one's own heart diabetics people kidney disease they can't really sore throat portent should I start to lose red blood cells they become anemic also cause a kidney works with making him a global they get very inflamed and toxins build up in her body ammonia related toxins like you reunite which when I gave these people grapeseed it improved the climber lawful Trish in right now otherwise you building up to the kidneys to function and they were getting rid of the toxins that we're getting rid of the of the mon ammonia I should morning ever getting rid of the ammonia there they were making them the red blood cells again they were making him a global again it was reversing the the anemia that's associated with kidney disease chronic kidney disease and not only that I was getting ready inflammation in their heart the kind of inflammation associated with the chroniclers elevated interleukin one and interleukin six which clog your your blood vessels but that also triggers severe inflammation in your lungs during the crown of ours the great she was no doubt reducing up it was a very important supplement right all right let's go to a break Jerry.

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High-ranking Philadelphia district attorney staffer charged with child endangerment

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

High-ranking Philadelphia district attorney staffer charged with child endangerment

"Philadelphia police charged a high ranking member of the district attorney's office with child endangerment their city hall bureau chief K. Y. W. Pat Loeb with the story according to the police reporting a Basil left her four year old daughter asleep in her car while she took a walk with her six year old on the Wissahickon creek trail Beslan's attorney Jamie fine says the allegation does not reflect the kind caring and loving mother she is we are confident he says in a statement that when all the facts are revealed her true nature will be vindicated he says she spent her life and career caring for and protecting people the case has been referred to the attorney general's office because of Babylon's role as policy adviser for DA Larry Krasner Krasner's office had no comment Basil on is the second member of Krasner's inner circle to be charged criminally in January mo vida Johnson Harrell pleaded guilty to stealing from the nonprofit while she was head of the DA's victim

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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 2: The Tale of Tsar Saltan

Classics for Kids

05:24 min | 4 months ago

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 2: The Tale of Tsar Saltan

"Nicolai Ski Korsakov wrote the flight of the Bumblebee for an opera called the tale of czar. Salt on actually. That's just the Reader's digest abridged version of the title. The full Monty is the legend of Czar Sultan of his son. The famous end mighty hero Prince Vida Sultana Vich and of the Beautiful Swan Princess and at that title weren't enough. The plot is one of the most complicated in all of opera them. And that's saying the tale of our salt on is based on the story by the Great Russian poet. Alexander Pushkin once upon a time. Three sisters sat around discussing what they would do if they were married to the czar. That's Russian for ruler of the country. The first sister said she would make a huge feast. The second sister said she would weave beautiful cloth and the third sister said she would. Bears are salt a strong braves. The was listening in on the conversation and promptly married the sister who said she'd bear him a son then he told the feasts sister she could be the Palace. Cook and the cloth sister that she could be the royal weaver. They were not amused pretty soon. The newly married Zarina or Mrs Czar was expecting a child but before the baby was born her husband had to go off to war after the czar left Arina had a baby boy known as the Czarevich or son of Czar. The CZARINA sent her husband a message saying that they'd had a beautiful healthy son but her jealous sisters substituted a different message saying that she'd given birth to a monster when he heard that the czar was very unhappy and sent back a message saying not to do anything until he got home but the sisters intercepted that message to and substituted one saying that the arena and her son should be put into a barrel and thrown into the sea because this is a fairy tale not only did they survive but the boy actually grew up hour by hour as the barrel tossed on the water when mother and son washed ashore on an island. The first thing is our did was saved the life of an enchanted swan the swan him by making a beautiful city appear and Prince V. Don as the Czarevich was now known became ruler of that city by now. You're probably saying I thought there was supposed to be a flying. Be Somewhere in this story so far. The only thing with wings has been an enchanted swan well to make a long story not quite as long. Some people who traveled through Prince Vidalia City told him about SARS saw Tun's kingdom and czar south on heard from those same travelers about the amazing place where Prince Don lived so each of them really wanted to visit the other Prince v known got their first with help from the enchanted swan who let him pay three visits in disguise. I as a mosquito them as a fly and then you guessed it as a B. When's our salt on got to visit the Prince? He was delighted to see his long lost son. And all the miraculous things inference Vidalia city there was a squirrel that old emerald nuts out of golden shells a band of thirty three nights that marched out of the ocean in shining armor and a princess. More beautiful than the sun with moonlight in her hair and starlight in her face Of course the princess was the enchanted swan freed from her spell and changed back to a human being naturally she and the Prince got married and lived happily ever after

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"vida" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"vida" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

09:00 min | 5 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"And prepares you enjoy your dinner quietly entertained by the sound of the crackling fire mixed with waves and distant cries in the jungle. His son is moments from setting. He's sit on the sand while you watch the sky transform. The clouds seemed to have lost their shape. The calming shades of blue. I replaced by bolder. Colors aren't bright. Pink Stanley fresh few moments. Before the mighty bull in the sky disappears beyond the horizon the ocean is calm and foaming slightly. After dinner he take a short walk to the Moon Knight Path. You had to the way he submerged your fee and will slay enjoying the APP and flower. Show.

Becoming a Small Business Owner by Accident

The Small Business Radio Show

09:26 min | 6 months ago

Becoming a Small Business Owner by Accident

"You know I never wanted to be a small business owner when I first started out in the early early eighties. I want to be President of IBM but for me. I then got tired of my boss. There who promoted incompetent people over myself so I struck on my own. My next guest is also an accent. Entrepreneur Markets Babcock. Start out as a personal trainer at a big box gym when he was twenty which eventually led to strike on his own. Her Name Mobile Mobile Studio and eventually formed a partnership with fellow personal trainer but at time he was twenty four. Marcus welcome to the show. Great to be here today. It's good I fine for most small business owners. If we knew actually what we're in for we probably never would have struck out on our own because it's just way too crazy absolutely it's kind of the debris mindset in the beginning like. I could be my own boss and comes second. So so why is that? Isn't that because we read all the things about these great incredible success stories? And we think we'RE GOING TO BE THE NEXT. Michael Dell Bill Gates. Yeah exactly I think in some peoples cases like myself. It's it's forced onto them so I actually ended up getting laid off at the big box gym and Had become a small business owner but then just the dream of. Hey now my future is really in my control. And I'm very confident myself and I'm GonNa make the same big of course that's the dream like. Okay now I work for myself. I can work anytime I want to with anybody that I want to. It's going to be fantastic. I control over my own life but it doesn't quite turn out that way does it. Yeah no not not quite You find yourself working more hours Less less pay more expenses. And you're not like really doing the fun stuff anymore. You're not doing the stuff that you were doing beforehand. Which my case was actually doing the training with with the people who is more about the marketing bringing New People on organizing all of that. And I think that's the most difficult part of having your own business because most of us get started to solve a problem. Help a customer but we don't realize there's all this other stuff right around running a business as you said marketing keeping track of. Who's paid who hasn't paid setting appointments all the things that kind of get in the way of actually doing the work yeah. It was very humbling. I was like Oh yeah I can. I can definitely track money on my own I can. I can organize my calendar on my own. I can keep track of all my clients Piece of paper or my head and then it actually start scaling and I'm going. Whoa spending twelve hours a day trying to manage the business. And then you know it felt like another twelve hours doing the actual training and that's a that's a real big issue. You said when you scale tell us about your journey and how it all worked out so when I was in the big box gym I had like a or nine clients which was a good load for me I was also doing a full time college at the time too and then a little thing called college right. Exactly just mixed in there Anyone I struck out on my own I actually took a year off college and decided to Kinda grow. That business I I was like I'M GONNA go out mobile. I'm going to eventually grow to the point where I'm going to hire on people that was my idea scaling and what I never realized is hiring. Somebody on is pretty expensive and be. It's not as clean of a scale as some people may think it's not like you just grow until you hire somebody. Then they grow and they and you hire somebody else it's It's more about juggling everything. And so won't how'd you try to start to juggle things? What was your first attempt at doing that? Yeah so the Good Ole Excel spreadsheet I started getting people's names in all of a sudden. I'm like hey I can't remember who this person is or win this Appointment was And I should remind them so. I opened up Microsoft and started making an excel spreadsheet of. Everybody's names. How much they paid me Win Their next appointments were do. How many Sessions they had left and when I should remind them. This is interesting Marcus because that is really where everyone starch. Obviously people you start on paper right but now more of the same modern or computer savvy. People they opened up next cell spreadsheet and excels good for a lot of things but fairly soon it does have its limitations. Doesn't it yeah? I mean I got really good at excel macro 's and conditioning conditional formatting and stuff but it it has limitations. It can't be organized as effectively. There's not really a whole lot of automation unless you really start getting in there and start coding off visual basic Visual basic my my. There's another thing I want to do. I run my business. Let's learn visual basic. Yeah Yeah just add on another thing while I'm going to college and learning and actually running a business Yeah and then you spend time developing some sort of high like hybrid app out of an Excel spreadsheet. Yeah it's interesting. You say. The HYBRID APP. I find out that people. Then go from the Excel spreadsheet. They go towards an APP for this APP for that right. So the gopher an act for collecting their money then they'll go for an APP for Scheduling. And they'll go for an APP for something else and that's okay for a while but pretty soon you have all these different APPS and none of them talk to each other and it becomes. Its own kind of mass. Doesn't it yeah exactly? It's almost hoarding or collecting the best of the best. I'm an APP quarter. Yeah exactly you go hey this scheduling tools awesome when you get this and then go. This payment tool is going to do everything for me. I'm going to get this and that. Oh my gosh. That's marketing tools. Amazing I'm going to get this and then pretty soon you're spending more time. It's not as much time moving information from your scheduling tools to manually put it into a crm system or your payment tool or a marketing tool. And you're kind of back to square one but you're paying more money because think about what you really want to do. I mean your case when you're providing a service to various people is you want to see a customer holistically right. You want to know how often they come see you. How how much they paid you. Next time they're coming. You WANNA be able to market to them based on all that information and you can't keep porting information from one thing the other in fact sometimes it's hard to get data in and out. Yeah exactly sometimes. It doesn't think over right away. I mean in my case with the personal training. I wanted to have basically the folder that I would keep on paper of virtual right so I could open up. Somebody's cards see. What my notes. Where last time. I talked to them what they paid if they actually. Oh Me 'cause I don't WANNA give them free sections on accident and then I want a very personalized email. I can send out to them without spending the time to actually write one out for every single person. So what all in one solution mark did you turn to to actually solve this problem? That is so common for small business owners. I mean back in the day because this was quite a few years ago now I turn to mind body and that was heavy. I think I was looking for something. A little bit is used by a lot of like Yoga. Gyms and I know that our karate school but it's it's really a big application it is. Yeah very big application and. I think it's great for bigger. Gyms wasn't for me so I try that out moved onto something else And then eventually ended up partnering with a bunch of trainers and Yeah started just kind of using best of breed apps like we said collecting a minority in them and kind of going back. If I can tell myself advice now it'd be looking more something like the APP so we have now like defeat us so tell us about Vida and what it does for for small businesses. So that's going to be really that into and business management part where a lead can comment through the funnel and scheduling or the contacts tool. That's on like website on your social media on landing page and they're gonNA fill out information that you're going to capture and so the crm automatically so the system automatically tell you have a new appointment remind you and the client and then their information gets put into that CRM system that contact management tool. There you keep any sort of private notes on You can share and receive documents through there. You can charge. You can take payments and manages the whole life cycle of the Klein on that end and then it kicks their information out to the marketing tool. Well so you can trigger out automated messages out to these people and The manual announcements. And it's pretty personalized without really doing much work. It's interesting because I think a lot of people. A lot of small business owners see finding the customer right providing the service of the customer and then trying to stay in touch with that customer service again they see as really separate functions in their organization but the successful small business owners they will attract it as you said always from identification that prospect through customer to repeat customer that's so critical because we all know markets. It's so much easier to get another sale from a current customer and then find a new one. Yeah and it's a lot less expensive to market towards an existing customer than a new one right if you're leading. All of those current clients fall through the cracks. You're literally throwing away money

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"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

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"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"One thousand nine hundred ninety nine but possibly the biggest most improbable chart topping. Success of ninety nine came from a fifty two year old Mexican American musical legend. Who'd already been inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame?.

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"Debut.

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"Things in the nineteen ninety-seven Biotech Selena. The late Latin superstar was played by Jennifer Lopez as an actress of Puerto Rican descent. Lopez has earned scorn in certain corners of the Mexican American community for playing Tano Music's most famous singer but Lopez won acclaim for the performance though. She did not sing in the film. The warm reception for Selena convinced several in the music business particularly Sony Music Executive Tommy Mottola the man who discovered Mariah Carey that the future J. Lo could pursue a full on pop career in short Jennifer Lopez. Would at last become a singer after she had tried and succeeded at everything else. If you had my love was the first single from on the six Jennifer Lopez's debut album. It dropped the same month. Ricky Martin was scaling the charts with Livin. La Vida Loca. Unlike Martin Lopez had no prior Latin pop career to fall back on no need to transition out of Spanish language material her ticket would-be English language. Pop with a nebulous. Lee Latin flavor that nebulous nece was especially true of if you have my love produced and Co written by Aren be hitmaker Rodney Jerkins. The song could just as easily have been recorded by the other artists. Jerkins was producing at the time. Such as Brandy Monica. Or destiny's child as with those hit makers however if you had my love was a smash rising to number one on the hot one hundred in just five weeks. Actually KNOCKING OUT MARTIN'S LIVING LA VIDA. Loca thanks to Lopez's profile in the Latin community. The song also made an appearance on the Latin tracks chart it only reached number twenty seven there but Spanish language stations were playing. Lopez's success indicated that the Latin boomlet of ninety nine was cultural as much as musical having established herself. Lopez did issue somewhat more Latin flavored singles for the rest of the year including the Latin House. Track waiting for tonight. A number eight pop number one club hit the one. Two Punch of Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez was like a siren song to the Latin pop world. If as I said earlier this was a universe of stars hiding in plain sight by the second half of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. They wouldn't be hiding from mainstream audiences anymore for the rest of the year. The charts were awash in stars from the Latin world. Who'd been working Spanish language radio for years but now saw an opportunity to break on pop. Radio at least one of these stars came equipped with both catchy songs and a famous.

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"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"The key. Now would be capitalizing on this breakthrough what both Maria and the Cup of life had revealed was that Martin could translate Latin rhythms for a mainstream global pop audience traveling seamlessly between Spanish and English. The Cup of life in particular had been co written by two industry veterans with Latin heritage of their own robby Rosa who had been Martin's bandmate in Menudo. That's robbi singing. Lead on. Hold me by the way and Desmond. Child the Cuban American pop rock mastermind who had written hits for Kiss Bon Jovi Joan. Jett and share Rosa and child were asked by team ricky to come up with another hybrid hit that leaned more toward the English side of spangled fish and the song they devised was a monster. Livin La Vida Loca. The blend of languages was built right into the title was one of the fastest breaking hits of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Remember to this point Ricky Martin had never come close to the top forty on the hot one hundred but that changed quickly in just four weeks. Livin La Vida. Loca shot from number fifty four to number thirty two to number eight to number one and stayed there for more than a month..

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"vida" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"The key. Now would be capitalizing on this breakthrough what both Maria and the Cup of life had revealed was that Martin could translate Latin rhythms for a mainstream global pop audience traveling seamlessly between Spanish and English. The Cup of life in particular had been co written by two industry veterans with Latin heritage of their own robby Rosa who had been Martin's bandmate in Menudo. That's robbi singing. Lead on. Hold me by the way and Desmond. Child the Cuban American pop rock mastermind who had written hits for Kiss Bon Jovi Joan. Jett and share Rosa and child were asked by team ricky to come up with another hybrid hit that leaned more toward the English side of spangled fish and the song they devised was a monster. Livin La Vida Loca. The blend of languages was built right into the title was one of the fastest breaking hits of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. Remember to this point Ricky Martin had never come close to the top forty on the hot one hundred but that changed quickly in just four weeks. Livin La Vida. Loca shot from number fifty four to number thirty two to number eight to number one and stayed there for more than a month..

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"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

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"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

03:15 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia

"Today on hit parade. We'll talk about the boomlet. In Latin pop crossover brought about by this dynamic young man born and Rica. Martine Morales. It was a cultural watershed. Not just for Ricky Martin but for an entire generation of musicians of Puerto Rican Mexican Cuban Dominican and Colombian Heritage Ricky's star is born moment was galvanizing but arguably it took most of the next two decades for core Latin music to move to the center of American pop without compromising its sound or even its language before we get there. We'll look back fondly at the moment. When the American charts were shaking their bon-bon to a Latin beat delivered in fluent spangler. And that's where your hit parade marches today. The week ending may eighth nineteen ninety nine when Ricky. Martin scored his first number one on the billboard. Hot One hundred with living La Vida loca less than three months after his winning Grammy Showcase Ricky kicked off what would come to be known as Latin UNITA version. One Point Oh on the American charts..

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"vida" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"vida" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Today on hit parade. We'll talk about the boomlet. In Latin pop crossover brought about by this dynamic young man born and Rica. Martine Morales. It was a cultural watershed. Not just for Ricky Martin but for an entire generation of musicians of Puerto Rican Mexican Cuban Dominican and Colombian Heritage Ricky's star is born moment was galvanizing but arguably it took most of the next two decades for core Latin music to move to the center of American pop without compromising its sound or even its language before we get there. We'll look back fondly at the moment when the American charts were shaking their Bon bon to a Latin beat delivered in fluent spangler. And that's where your hit parade marches today. The week ending may eighth nineteen ninety nine when Ricky. Martin scored his first number one on the billboard. Hot One hundred with living La Vida loca less than three months after his winning Grammy Showcase Ricky kicked off what would come to be known as Latin UNITA version. One Point Oh. On the American charts.

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Jonathan Metzl on how white identity permeates policymaking outside of Washington

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:32 min | 8 months ago

Jonathan Metzl on how white identity permeates policymaking outside of Washington

"I am Jonathan Kaye. Part and welcome to Cape Up Healthcare in Tennessee guns in Missouri tax tax cuts in Kansas professor. Jonathan Metal at Vanderbilt University focuses on those three areas in his book dying of Whiteness. How the politics six of racial resentment is killing? America's heartland using compelling data and focus groups metal shows how white people are willing to die rather than be connected a two or finance policies. They believe are giving resources to people bayview as undeserving find out more about this important book right now. Jonathan Mental. Thank you very much for being on the PODCAST. Hey It's great to be here. Okay I've been raving about your book for months now and it is really an important book. The name of the book is dying of Whiteness. How the politics of racial resentment is killing? America's heartland it land. And you start off the book by telling the story of Trevor Talk About Trevor sure will basically the the the impetus for the book came from a series of focus groups that Some colleagues of mine and I were doing in kind of rural Tennessee. Where we were talking to medically ill poor White and black Americans about the affordable care act and we just found some very dramatic stories which I recount in the book but I think probably one of the most powerful stories was is one of a man named Trevor who called Trevor in in the book. who was suffering from liver failure and a bunch of other chronic conditions. And he really would have benefited from this was in the year. Twenty eleven at the time. What the what? The affordable care act potentially was offering which was increased access to physicians financial help. Because he was under you know in the facing medical bankruptcy and this was in a focus group and I basically asked You know what you're feeling about the affordable care act. And he told me I realized that I realized that something like the affordable care act might be beneficial for me but I have to tell you. There's no way I'm supporting or signing up for a program that is he put it. Benefits benefits Mexicans and Welfare Queens. That was a quote I heard a lot and basically the the idea was that even if this program might benefit me. I'm not going to support a program. Graham that might also benefit by his estimation kind of undeserving immigrants minorities and the reason that was important was because again. It was a refrain that I heard quite right often that I'm you know we don't we don't want to be part of a program that might not just benefit us but other people and in this case you know. Here's a guy who's he's on. Death's doorstep literally literally on death's doorstep and so part of the jumping off point of the book is how powerful is this idea about kind of what it means to be white in America and this idea that basically weekly to be to be white means to have to block the advance of other groups and in in a way that the call of whiteness because of stories like this where people literally literally traded their lives at rather than sign up for social programs support programs that they felt like might go to benefit other people who were undeserving to the pointed ended the focus groups when you were talking to either all white groups are all black groups who had a colleague who you worked with an African American man who he taught out to all black groups and you talk to the all white groups for obvious reasons but talk about that will we just wanted people to feel comfortable. Obviously Racist Racist Right Marker powerful marker in the south where we're doing are doing our research and so we really wanted to get people's honest opinions About I mean. Obviously I'm a race scholar. So is my colleague Derek Derrick Griffith and so part of the issue as we just we wanted to get the real stuff the real the real responses and so I think part of part of the issue was that but also you know because races such important dividing line in places like Tennessee where we were doing the research we really wanted to see. We really wanted to compare. We asked every Group the same questions and the focus groups were pretty interesting about the first fifteen or twenty minutes of the groups. Were just general questions you know. How do you define health? What do you do to to to to maintain your health and it's interesting that Race really wasn't a factor in those early questions so everybody would joke around and say stuff like you know. I try to keep my weight down around but then I walked by. McDonald's mcrib is on sale for ninety nine cents and everybody would kind of laugh and everybody you know I would. We would all laugh. I mean I personally loved the mcrib awesome. Now go on. I mean I did said Skip Vida But anyway you know so for the first twenty minutes or so when we would ask general questions about health there really were no race race dividers right. And we're also socioeconomic class but we can talk about that later but then about twenty minutes into each group we would ask this question and so who benefits from healthcare reform and. It's important to note that we were doing these interviews in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve. This was a time when Tennessee was really debating. I'm should they should. We expand Medicaid should we create To basically except the affordable care act rejected. That was something very much on people's minds and what we found was when we asked this question who who benefits from healthcare reform the almost to a person the African American men would say things like everybody. Does you know we are society benefit. If more people are insured. Sure not just black people. That's what they would say But really everybody and so this idea that we get from the African American focus groups was was. You know. It's kind of the attitude you want people to have if you're going to create a national healthcare system which is if we get the most people in the system. It benefits the most people when we would ask the groups of particularly lower income white Americans against we got a a range of opinions but one that seemed to dominate was. As I mentioned this idea that basically I don't want to be part of a system where the benefits that could be going to me are going to as they put it undeserving. Immigrants Minorities which tapped into a lot of these things about you know building a wall and keeping people Out and so really. I think that the profound racial difference we found in these groups was really that one group really had a very a very broad idea about Menendez's Monette work at risk. All the things you would want people to have when you're creating health insurance and for for the White Americans we spoke to an you know. Of course I'm a white American myself myself In these groups people people would basically it was the sense of kind of limited resources and privileges are being taken away from me and and and that was important both because it it spoke to an ideology which was just countered to the idea of creating a national health care system it was important because it tapped into historical tensions ends about other times to democratize health. Care you know Johnson and Truman administrations. you know desegregation things like that but it was also important because the ideology the of blocking the affordable care act was one that we didn't just here in the groups that was how the entire state voted. We elected politicians who decided not to expand Medicaid not to create competitive insurance marketplaces. And so in a way that ideology we felt a from a political standpoint was was quite dominant in terms of how the state ultimately voted and decided what to do Well on that larger point of you know the the white focus groups looking at the idea the of their resources going to quote unquote undeserving. People but you also make a point of in here. It's on page one. Seven where you're talking about. President trump and his hammering away at the at the affordable care act that obamacare and you're right trump essentially asked lower income white people to choose less coverage and more suffering over a system that linked them to Mexicans Welfare Queens and to healthier longer lives and it was that that were that verb linked them. The idea of being connected to these people was a was a bridge too far right. I mean it's it was one of the more powerful points and something I couldn't advantage before doing these focus groups but basically the idea I mean think about it. If you're an you know I'm I'm not. I hope people see this. I'm not trying to totally really slam. All the people I interviewed. I feel like there were remarkable stories of bravery just about what it means to stay alive in a part of the country where there's no social safety net. But but I will say that at this idea came came up again and again. which was this kind of particular form of white identity as what I'm holding onto? It's kind of keeping me alive. But what if I smoke three packs of cigarettes a day and I as people that tell me I I live a healthy diet. Things like that and I'm in a network where my good health is dependent on a healthy African American person or Latino person who maybe jogs every day and doesn't smoke you know in a way there's a sense of dependence ends up being in a in a broader social network where my actions are related to other people's actions who it frightens me to be dependent on and so there was. There's all this underlying tension about about what it meant to be in really in a a a healthcare system is a web people are connected and and you're dependent on a certain certain number of people being healthy one got if one person cost ten dollars for just a checkup and one person cost ten thousand dollars because they need a kidney transplant. Supplant it balances out right so in a way your actions are connected to the actions of other people and I think that that anxiety there's an underlying anxiety about what does it mean to be dependent dependent on people who who At least my formulation of Whiteness tells me I'm superior to

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Who Is Isaac Levido?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:08 min | 8 months ago

Who Is Isaac Levido?

"At the end of this month. The United Kingdom will leave the European Union and in so doing fulfill the key election pledge of conservative prime minister. Boris Johnson. To you get brexit done. We have followed that. He's paralyzed blocked. Dinner Lean capable of functioning as Anaconda that swallowed the neither moving one way on the other. He's lean except of course that brexit will not get done on January thirty first Brexit exit will not get close to done on January thirty first if and when Brexit can truly be said to have got done it will be still further pointless tedious Diaz wasted years from now but none of this matters to the Prime Minister and party. Who promised to do it? What does matter at least to them is that they won a thumping majority in last month's general election for that the Tories Oak considerable thanks and have doubtless already paid considerable? Money to a rashly officially beaded thirty something from Port Macquarie New South Wales who served as the Party's campaign director. His name is Isaac Lovato. It is. It's always hard to know how much credit to extend to such figures. Strategists spin-doctors string-pullers special advisers. It seems reasonable to assume the people capable of subtly manipulating public opinion in favor of their paymasters Also able to cunningly inflate their own reputation for being able to do so but there is little doubt that Levino presently basks in the warmest regard of the recently returned conservatives Dominic Cummings Boris orest Johnson's senior adviser and a man not known for self deprecation in much. The same way that circles are not known for being square has described Libido As a hundred times better at running campaigns than me so who exactly is is a collado and how did he get here. La Vida learned his trade from his fellow. Australian Lynton Crosby a veteran political strategist. Who has made something of a speciality of coordinating somewhat belligerent and populist campaigns for parties wrightwood of center in Australia and elsewhere though crosby's record in the UK is not one of unalloyed success excess? He did twice help. Boris Johnson get elected mayor of London no small accomplishment in a city not generally hospitable to conservatives Isaac veto worked on Crosby's twenty seventeen general election campaign for Theresa May an enduring. Listen perhaps in what not to do as a nation. We face the most important potent five years. I can remember. That is why I took the decision to call a general election so that we have a strong and stable leadership we need old to see us through brexit and beyond but La Vida made his name properly back in Australia in two thousand eighteen where he served as deputy director of the Liberal Party party. Australia's annoyingly named Conservative Party in May two thousand nineteen the Liberals led by incumbent. Prime Minister Scott Morrison steeled themselves also a general election which nobody believed they could win. With the apparent exception of Isaac La Vida veto helped create a strategy which relied on a ruthless roofless focus on the merits of the prime minister such as they were the shortcomings of the opposition leader and brutally simple messaging. It was a template readily adaptable optimal to Boris Johnson. Jeremy Corbyn and getting brexit done as is proper for a habit to of the shadows. LA- Vito has done little press press and let little be known about him. The impression conveyed by colleagues however is far from that of a fire breathing bully reports to Picton Ernest. Decisive voices won't see working eighteen hour days and maintaining a clear focus on what is required for victory undistracted by the gaffes bloopers or short circuits of the candidate which in a campaign for Boris Johnson must require a superhuman serenity libido and his pair of young New Zealander Digital Gurus. Ben guerin and Sean topping also understood that social media campaigns need to be effective rather than outwardly sophisticated. They were clearly on embarrassed to be seen pushing what looked to anybody but angry. Daily Mail reading pensioners like absurd amateurish. Nonsense Libido was not however shy about removing other senior Tories from the spotlight. At the end of Shepherd's Crook early in the campaign at related would housing and Mannequin Jacob. Rees Mogg intoned some ill-advised remarks about the victims of the two thousand seventeen grenfell tower disaster. I think if either of us were in a fire whatever the brigade said we would leave the burning building. It just seems the common sense thing to do and it is such a tragedy that that didn't happen but I didn't do with race or class. Rees MOGG has has bailey been heard from since and for that much. Even the most ardent remainder should extend Isaac La Vida Victory Chewed

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Utanka and Takshaka

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

09:08 min | 8 months ago

Utanka and Takshaka

"There was a loan guru named are Yo- the Omya who had a disciple named Vida the guru said to his disciple as a disciple. You are supposed to do house work at my home page. You asked my wife if she has any chores for you. If you do your duties diligently it will be ultimately directly to your good Vida Saint as you say and he went and started the awoke at his house for many years he served as Mazda and his wife fatefully. This was the trial devised by a your the home your desk the dedication of his pupil yours past I am Vida. Did all his chores without complaining was very much pleased with the dedication. Gatien off Vida. He then daughter. 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GINKGO shirt applied with dunker. Please go what do my queens chambers. And tell her that I asked her to give the your rings to you. She's always glad to see a wise man man and will willingly give you her earrings dunk avenged to the chambers of the Queen. But he found it empty. He didn't Raton to the king and said angrily. Did you know that your queen is not in our apartment. The game said No. I personally know it for the fact that might green never leaves or chambers during this time the D. however my queen will not appear before someone who is unclean. Have you properly purified yourself says before you went there with dunker replied. I certainly washed my hands in Mount if oh coming Yo but I need take a Bob. The king said if you have cleaned yourself in haste has no effect beatify audit Fai yourself according to the prescribed rituals and then go to the Queen. This time when Tonka went to the apartment mint the queen personally received him. She said I already know why you are. 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PS5 News and Predictions

Beyond!

07:26 min | 9 months ago

PS5 News and Predictions

"Weird as that sort sort of thing was because again they weren't promoting this APS five launch. reveal or anything like that. We got the logo but we did also get a small graphic that said playstation five hardware features and estranged is almost all these horror features were first introduced to us via playstation blog posts or via wired interviews or things of that nature. This is the first time place. Kinda like put these things out there and I wanted to run down them and we can go a little bit more into detail. But these are the official confirmed hardware features that they're really banking on so one is three D audio sound. Another haptic slash adaptive triggers for the new dual shock. Whatever it may be called? An ultra high-speed st allstate. Drive that will essentially be helping. Empower Your Games hardware based Ray tracing so ray. Tracing built into the system as well as ultra HD BLU ray which will finally give it comparability which the PS four pro does not have with a one act so you will be able to play just A. We aren't capable yeah. I didn't realize that when I bought a piece for pro and my girlfriend I bought like four four. Hd Lures with Kelly. Just wash in terms of being like a dedicated Media Player that ps four definitely took a step to the side from previous playstations and in terms of having that front front and center. I WANNA say they dropped the ball. But it's definitely been like there was a while ago you couldn't run certain files off a USB stick everyone's parents-in-law during the playstation three era head of playstation three. Because it was the media thing it was on the affordable media's same with two synonymous with. DVD's yeah so so of those features and there's one big one that I want to tack onto there that we can talk a little bit because it's a bit undefined but of those hardware features like what grabs your attention. What do you what excites you about the system? What do you feel like you need to hear more about to really get the scope up? I liked the haptic feedback thing because I feel like The controllers from what we've seen through official sources on the Xbox side and leaks on the playstation side. Feel mostly iterative like they feel like the the five dual shock five. Whatever we're calling it right now just kind of looks like a like a dual four? After Christmas break like it's kind of CIANCI a little thick one of those heavy horses with short like a little Sebastian of the Thomas. The tank engine was stopped talking about horses. Horses no looks like a thick cost. Yeah we haven't releasing the back of it yet. I know you just really sat back button so those are coming out at the end of the month. Okay that comes out at the end of the month and there was a recent patent for the dual shock five that essentially implied there would be back buttons which are similar to what the xbox one elite controller has what some other pro controllers have. Yeah so if it's structurally similar to the dual talk for that Even if it's a little horse here chunkier but I do want to like dig in more the sort of bells and whistles that bells and whistles that's gimmicky that's horse. Nonsense horsing around of all these things like these are things that will matter like a higher faster. Hard drive is great Ray tracing tracing sounds cool don't understand it ultra HD. Blu Ray cool. I don't have to switch to my xbox one s three sound cool great. That's so that's so corny. That is totally like rear touchscreen. Vida stuff and I'm here for Italy. It's the kind of thing that I feel like almost like I not every game. We'll take advantage of radio but I feel like almost every game. We'll try to implement something to haptic feedback launch. Your as long as it's going to totally go away you're going to be like it'd be less the lightbulb right by media molecule release a small game three years. That is the best. Use those things you've ever had. We'll be called sky touch or it won't use the screen. It'll just be three D audio and get yourself out of the jail cell pitch black. Actually the blindfold. I'm genuinely interested in the ray tracing stuff it just because I think that that is going to be the most immediate. Oh my God this is next Gen when we when when when we see it probably taken advantage of. I've read a bunch. The pieces deep diving into what playstation five ray. Tracing could actually look like an obviously I think if they want to maintain a price point that is competitive. It is an affordable for a pissing on average salary It's not going to be as advanced to say some. PC's as can can achieve nowadays. But like I really like the idea of of of it being immediately more beautiful again being immediately mmediately beautiful then you then you could see the PS four and Li- like for me. It's just little things like Oh God you know it's like Armand decided not to the original dishonored you could see wretched odors and the vision. You couldn't see it in the council vision and I sort of like. That's the sort of thing that we can notice. And I think that's going to actually be a big selling point for me that it's just going to immediately look prettier. The technology again. The technology is like the way that the playstation and possibly implementing this kind of short circuits my brain but I. I do think that that is going to be the thing that people are going to immediately noticed right now. What was it was the first? PS Four game that you remember being like Oh it's here now because like I feel like launch stuff stuff. It's so close to pre tailend previous stuff that you're like looks nicer. But it's nothing horizon aired on. Okay okay I was going to say uncharted for before. That prop I mean there was. There was some there was some like pan over stuff in kill zone where I was like. Yeah Wow. That's that's a stunning environment Running Yup coast some of the textures in that game and being like okay. That looks really good In retrospect they they look they look good. They look fine scraping opposite. Yeah it always happens when here's sort of chasing that but yeah I'm totally with you guys on this. I think it like I would really love if there's a couple of things that just like genuinely wow out of the box. Yeah and more importantly if devs working on. Ps Four exclusives for Twenty Twenty start quietly implementing some of the stuff under the hood. That is there when we played backwards compatible games on day one and there's a giant patch with it makes immediately the last of US look even better and such. That's even that's even more interesting. If the if the leaves ghosted Sushila can look better right if that's even possible. Yeah they're very good looking leaves. You've done a great job Andrew for me personally. The ultra high-speed. SSD AGAIN A lot. All of these things are more like tech Germany. And I think when we get to the PS five reveal and the way things are going to be sold to us. We're not gonNA hear half of these things in marketing word. That's why it's hard for me to sort of explain. Yeah excited for Ray tracing because I don't really understand how it would but I know what it could potentially sue and that's the salt dry for me in the showed that in a sort of like behind closed doors demonstration and to wired and then that video leaked but essentially the the load times in the way the world will load is so dramatically. Faster her because this is a sort of custom built drive. That's going to be interacting with the Games in a different way and so that will allow they showed I think the difference from the PS four Spiderman and then spiderman running on the PS five hardware was like a six second difference from like seconds down to one point

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Lisa Explains 'All Robots Day'

Pants On Fire

02:53 min | 9 months ago

Lisa Explains 'All Robots Day'

"Dear Liza last December you told us about a robot holiday called all robots where you get the day off and eat Turkey. CRANBERRY SMOOTHIES Lama smoothies in my family. We Lama right. Lucas continues if you have an all robots eve does that mean there is an all robots day when is all robot today and how do you celebrate raided sincerely Lucas. Well Lis do you WanNa tell us all about all robots day I would love to all robots day is celebrated on January January first of each year. That's New Year's Day. Yeah maybe to you. Humans but for robots we celebrate all robots day with a fantastic feast of canned goods and non perishables can't ham can spam Kan jam candied yams in cans my health and canned food US US survival food. You know to celebrate the coming apocalypse coming up apocalypse. A such an ugly word. Well that was the word you used. Yeah I mean it's not really an apocalypse like more of a robot takeover of the entire world we all get together and plan it and when exactly accolades this tradition begin. Don't you remember why do K.. Sure I do. Most of our listeners weren't around back then but during the waning months of nineteen ninety nine there was a bit of panic that all of the world computer systems. We're going to go crazy when the year changed from nine hundred ninety nine to two thousand because so many programming languages used only the two digits to signify the year. That's right humans thought US robots were so we couldn't figure out a simple calendar l. l.. Your parents were so panicked about the computer failures. They thought the planes would fall out of the sky and the whole world was going to end. Yeah sorry about that. In hindsight it seems a little silly. What were you doing on the night of Y2k? Deborah Oh New Year's Eve I was I was partying down. You know living the Vida loca dancing the macarena you know ninety stuff and where were you right I don't recall. Maybe at a friend's house or a dance hall or something Bra Okay Fine. I was locked in my basement with ten years supply of canned goods waiting for the end of the world. I wanted to be on the safe side. The end of the world never did come but all that panic gave gave us robots a great idea to carry out an actual robot apocalypse. Probably not this year. But every January first robots from all over the world gather together with their friends and family eat a nonperishable feast of survival. Rations I like can lamb can bram can flan and clan. I got it okay and we discussed how the world would look if we did take it over our hopes and dreams were a fully automated android. Utopia wow you know. There's something very beautiful about that traditionally. Can you

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'Call of Duty' Will Have Battle Pass

Kinda Funny Games Daily

08:32 min | 1 year ago

'Call of Duty' Will Have Battle Pass

"Like you should go back to racing Dave fixed a lot of the issues some of it is still egregious but it's not as straight up I've poked defense and then punched the fence and the kind of lineup leaving lay on the fence for a bit and like all right we're resilient we can kind of deal with a bit more than subscription service you're choosing to buy this or not but it's essentially like it's a loop box that's not we're not loobox the mail service sent to your house base and that's when the core thing that you came for is no longer what it was and I think that that is the balance and need to find is giving people enticing things that aren't monetize it it's how you mark is it like it is not just a business model it's also game designed behind that business model got is one hundred percent and especially when we've been talking about Apple Arcade Z. how the game is being affected just to be able to make more money right and I feel like that's not a bad thing it just can easily be a bad thing when you let balanced kind of one way or the other and that's where alternate forms of revenue come in where they can only do that because of the subscription nature of apple arcade right with the subscription nature of battle passes they be allowed to have a little bit more leniency in not having a nickel dime you every single where the every single place that they can right we'll see how this law like I'm curious how this works out for them revenue wise yeah because if it if it's a huge failure ever doing this again going right back to lou boxes but I mean it's also called easily the best selling game every year this game is a reboot of sorts of the best popular ones yeah not necessarily on comedy but like the one you think of duty so hopefully this one actually works out for them I'll tell you what's not working out is seventy six is delaying disease this comfortably post from Bethesda and honestly when I opened his dock this morning usually when I'm hosting I make the dock Greg had already made the dock and he put this story injustice story so I'm guessing this is shout out to Greg Miller who really wants to talk about this but can't right now really wants to like fall and seventy six van is being want to like a game that people don't like that next that's right for so long still try forget there's video evidence of this watch our coverage where he is like stoked it's like all right but hey you can hear one or two more times yeah thirty six is delayed the NBC so I think it was last he three Bethesda announced that hey we've heard you start making quested fallout seventy six that don't just have humans are like human players but also NBC kickers that are like written like an actual fallout game so that was opposed to come this year today with post that was saying we've been hard at work on fallout seventy six this year including our biggest free update yet waste landers were excited about how as leaders coming together but it's going to need more time to do the Best most Polish update it can be so we're delaying it released a Q. One next year good news there's no huge games coming out next thing to distract you from playing fallout certainly not in the first four months of the year we continued to reevaluate arch in change our processes to make sure that we're doing our hit star quality bar and yours we adjudged delay but we know you're worth the extra time wastelands are turning out to be one of the largest expansion we ever done and it changes their entire world with human ABC's returning we'll be sharing details over time but here's a first look at some of what's to come and waste energy could read the full blog post for pictures and all that stuff but I wanna taking the snark aside trying to get around the nation tippety here I just feel like this is such a wasted opportunity of a game because this could have been something special could have been something that people really latched onto in love and I think all that would've took is a little bit of patients and not needing a game at e three I think but that's the kind of they panicked a hit a point where the realized Osha we're one of the big dogs now we have to have a three press conference we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do it we're going to do it every year and I feel like that works for them because they have enough of a library that they can talk about here's the deal see updates to the game that came out last year here's a couple of VR experiences Houston brand new titles to look forward to but that one big but here's what's coming this year and here's what you should be excited about because that worked so well for them multiple times and when it got to this this was the game nobody was really asking for this which they needed to prove why was worth it more than anything and as we've seen with the launch they didn't do that right this game could have been special instead of it coming out a year ago it came out next year when these things from the get would've made sense but that's the thing I think Mr Got Kinda drunk on file responses 'cause like those games have always been a little broken in different ways and how much that like it depends on your experience of how much a little means but I think they saw that it was not reacting or the initial releases were going well but they put in so much marketing work and preordered and all that stuff like well we got her as of this year so I remember last year Todd Howard or not let's see three two zero says what would you do differently what has that is as I would have put this early access for ear I which is the logical thing to do in this the thing they're talking about now should have been hey we're ready to launch fallout seventy six this is the game yeah this is the full release aim and that would have made so much more sense I feel like people would have accepted a bit more early access still kind of a dirty word dirty word especially on the console side of things but that would in so much smarter and so much more beneficial to them in the situation we're in now where honestly this is surprising headline I think Odin not that interesting it's like who's besides Greg Miller really bummed about this right now I don't WanNA clown for delaying a game for Polish reason they should do not you should totally do that always but also I kind of wonder do you think something's happening because they this is apparently having some development trouble and the thing they realized before the Game Lodge Oh which is doing we're working on this thing but also a can we Nakimora left or left we don't order what they really know what went on there she's still looking for work and I saw her tweeting being a platinum games today interesting awesome it she would go back because he was working on being ETA and all that suffer really but there's also doomed got delayed till next year so I kinda wonder liking all their big games they were like they showed this past he three are now not coming out this year here's the thing I I don't take those things as a bad sign I I think that if anything that is them listening to me it just gave where it's just like hey there's no rush on this stuff like but does the are a known entity people like them people respect him they got through the followers six per fluffy did they do like I think that they did in the sense that when it was happening it felt like they were never coming back it felt like they were straight up cancelled like no one he's going to want to watch or cover as conference again and then they came back and he three months later with things the show but I feel like the answer to that is in are they are they good at announcing new games it's when they had show the next fall out the next rose whatever are the question's GonNa be are you gonNA fuck this up again yeah and I don't think so because those games the elder scrolls the core fallout we got some time on those I think that doom needs to be good for that to not be an issue right and I feel like they can take they don't need them to come out this year we don't need the games this year granted next year it's probably going to get lost show but people are so excited for that that I don't think that's good win to really take the people wanNA play maternal are GONNA play it regardless right and that game just needs to be fantastic and I believe it's going to be and if they need them need more time for that I think that they're very smart call taking it if they would've put out this year and it's it was fine I don't think there's a chance to turtles going to be bad right if it was just twenty sixteen again yeah then I think that that could that could be more like a but if they come out with some baller shit which I expect them to next you I don't think anybody's really going to be worried about elder scrolls are fallout come twenty twenty two or whatever big doom fan I like doom twenty sixteen I'm a big fan of doom in general just the style of arcade shooters and stuff so are you a big animal crossing van not at all okay I was going to ask you which of those who games you play over that animal switch between the two because I know animal crossing is going to do the thing of you've done all this stuff come back tomorrow I will give you more tasks all right just switch to killing demons and hell this might be the first animal crossing that I even give a attempted shot what was the what reasons have you never clicked his look at him I this does not look like anything I wanna do it looks like chores I don't like I don't like collecting twigs I play video games to get away from chores played shores to get away from real people like dogs it's funny on collect thon game whereas animal crossing you're literally doing fucking shores are I honestly the Games are more similar than you would think I know that's bullshit the no all right we'll see what happens mark twenty-first we'll see who talks about one all right persona franchises surp- center franchise surpasses ten million copies sold this is in venture be by Jeff Grubb is taking nearly a quarter of a century but the persona series has hit ten million copies sold that includes all games in the series the main role playing adventures as well as spin offs like a Dungeon crawler persona q two developer atlus revealed as milestone in a blog post are as Japanese persona website today is revealed that it is planning to hold an event to reveal more about the upcoming persona five royale royal which is revamped version of the persona. RPG royal is deal replacement for October thirty first and it is certainly going to advertise total sales going forward persona growing franchise for Sega and Atlas the game first game before Golden Get it together and Jeff Grubb I know you're listening Vida since then the series has found a larger audience personify for example surpassed two point seven million copies sold all on its own okay tim how do you sort of series I don't care I haven't feeling if I were to jump into it I really really dig it my like final fantasy What's I like poke them on a lot and and also like anime a lot persona seems like it would be up my alley I also just can't commit to these Super Long Games drives me what's but you'll you'll collect all of the Vulcan whatever's and smash brothers spirits collective it's a quick fifteen minutes every time they knew one some say someone percent five is one of my favorite game it yeah that's true so you should go to sleep ten million copies sold what surprises me is that seems like a low number for the entire franchise but then when you stop and think about it like this just

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Chin Implants: The Procedure You Never Knew You Needed

Art Beauty

13:24 min | 1 year ago

Chin Implants: The Procedure You Never Knew You Needed

"We've an interesting kosovo because this is something that admittedly the topic i i was so surprised about i met a woman younger woman and i was like what do you do. What's your skin care routine. Tell me everything and she admitted that she had recently. They had a chin implant. I think my chin fell to the floor because i had always thought that chins were for big beefy dudes. It's like <hes> like the guys who get calf implants. Yes seriously. I am so so excited to get a chin implant. I'm not even to i've waited. It's part of my. It's in my next five. You know five your plan. Plan your your your your plan. Got a beijing five year. Plan of beijing has indefinitely includes injectable at so smart. I love the descendants when people are like what your five year plan in like of aging yeah. No i got the here we go. So do i bring in. Are we talking like ricky. Martin from the always go to live in la. Vida need a loka okay. Well like listen. I used to really look like county yeah and as we've age like i'm trying yeah. He's my jaylo. Oh okay. He is my jaylo. Make sense. Make sense and you know what i love today our our guest today dr al loss is really going to explain to us. The misconceptions options that around jenin plants yeah. I really don't have any especially after that quote. Unquote self made billionaire redid her entire vase allegedly with her lips and i was like but what about everything yeah i'll talk about it. You're so right. I love the pay attention to this stuff but in my defense today even dr yale loss our guest so that there is a big misconception about who needs needs a chin implant so i'm just gonna let her tell us all about it so a lot of the times i e even i am a little bit loathe to bring it up because your reaction on is not a typical. A lot of people are like a chin plan. What the heck are you talking about like. No i'm fine and but if you think about it what is the dividing border between in our face and our neck we we really do have to have a nice good border. You have to have a nice defining jaw line and if you don't have that then it just is like a big blob going running together. <hes> and it's not just so you can have a good profile just want to have a good division between green the two and if you don't have a strong good chin and i'm not talking about jay leno but you just want to have like a clear border between face the neck and a chin is really that's it's all important job and we looking at models and even when we look at models of like wow they're being so inclusive there. They haven't aged model. They have a stake steer old a fifth year old on the cover they always have these great joy aligns and it's because they have like a good strong chin not ajay leno but like a good strong defining chen how this is something that you're all up on and also be getting one really yeah. I mean yeah yeah well. I guess even at for like maybe forty five but it's on my leg ten year plan overthrowing. Everybody doesn't have to get an implant. I totally disagree if you look at somebody's profile and you can basically draw a line down from dropping down from the lip up straight down to the chin if he saw a vertical straight down and it lines up your good if it's behind then you're a little it back. Don't you find that with harmony in the face. <hes> you know when when people do face-lifts when people alter their noses sometimes when they add in a scotch epa chen or even just like us coach of a cheek like it all brings together but the chin is the like as you. I said it's the border. The chin really can do a lot of things because yes. I mean one hundred percent so many times that people are coming in for ryan up last dave or for hurt their nose and they think that their nose is huge and i'm like the nose is not an issue. It's because the chimney so far back that the noses looking so prominent in just i put a little bit of chinon we balance the face the cheekbones all of a sudden were look a little bit more prominent that knows doesn't look as prominent and even if they then still refused to do the is is always a bit of an issue because how far back indy bring the nose when the chin is still going to be an issue and as a person ages if you don't have a good strong strong chin think about it the second that those jowls form and they start to descend if there's not a good strong chin. They're not a good strong jaw line. You're gonna st those jowls. Forming in three seconds. I hate is a chin implant like i'm like a very baby retargeting silicone. Is it like a little pouch so can be made a little silicone. It's not it's very different than than the breast implant okay breast implants. If you think about it have to again interesting visual with my hands right now or move around. She's doing squishy but <hes> chin implant. Arch implants are being placed on it in a very precise pocket any top of your bone. They are not moving got it. That could be one of the reasons why we think that you don't get that some issues that you get with breast implants scar contraction actor and the need to replace it. Was it harder so it's definitely firmer okay <hes> you actually will not feel will the difference between your bone and where the chin implant is. Oh so why did the grafted along the bum. It's placed in such a precise pocket underneath breath the on the fibrous envelope of the bone that you really just blends right in. I love when you talk nerdy to me. Okay i feel like i'm talking committee so now for me so selfish question only go in through the mouth and i don't need this car underneath you. You can absolutely why what are the two aways that we address as we can either go through the mouth or we can go through right underneath the chen and the difference. The friends is <hes>. The mouth is a dirty place isn't that we don't love to do that because you're putting a permanent implant so ideally you you want to be with nobody serious. That's why sometimes make the mouth isn't so preferred but yes for men who have a incredibly sexy beard heard. Sometimes you don't want to give them that. External scar though offense so many particularly guys already have a little scar underneath i do my husband does do and i was just russian all man i'd like you to i simply ask sledding accident trying to be a figure skater but without he's on oh aw almost all men actually already have scar there so actually usually not such a big issue and since i do a tremendous large number of bureaucratic arctic transplants no no biggie. It's not a biggie because i can take a few. I can actually even take some of your beard. Hairs entrance led to this guard some point okay salta and with the chin implant canada along gave to my jaw line to can you add a little more to my jaw line where the less yes yes. I mean we're talking about shape so used to be years back that we put in this little these little shaped like mccormick little button there look like will overall will footballs but now we tend to use more what we call an extended anatomical that fills that pre jowl space and when you do that you get that elongated gated gel and actually a lot of times that women are complaining so early about getting pre jowls or feeling that chubby face and the reason men are growing growing beards or go t's is because they want their hiding the fact that they don't really have that great jal that they wished they had and then once you pop that jin implant and all of a sudden they have that defined jawline inch also people who love it are people who feel like they have that little like under <unk> under the chin like fat pouch yeah and they lose weight but they still have that pouch there even without doing liposuction. You just put the chinen all all of a sudden that's gone so what is the procedure like for coming in and we're not sure that we're ready for this. Is there any way to sort of envision this. Yeah we definitely definitely have an imaging system that we can take your picture and we can draw on you right what has been credibly popular over the past few years and maybe because of instagram because the apps <hes> people come in having image themselves with an app that they have on their found or we do fillers all the time. We have fillers that last six months we fillers that last two years and try before you buy you try before you buy. We do injectable all the time so do you use a specific civic type of filler in the chin or is it the same that you use in the face there there are many different types really a lot of the i always prefer natural fillers so any of the hyler electronic acid fillers really work well and they're so many that good ones that are f._d._a. Approved and have different longevity. Write a love it okay so then if we're going to have this done what what is that procedure like walk through it. Come into the office that day you come to the office that day. Believe it or not. I actually performed quite a few of these under local anesthesia anesthesia wow yeah they got. They do <hes> so we can. Maybe give you a valium pill to relax even an ambien. <hes> the the incision is going to be marked. <hes> area is sterling cleaned in. We have our own accredited operating room here. <hes> local anesthesia can injected. You may not feel that at all. If you choose to go with a little bit of mild anesthesia we have board certified anesthesiologist here which case you take it happen. You know make up and it's totally done a little bit of soreness frequently. We do it from an incision right underneath the chen those to just come out a week later her <hes> yeah you could be a little bit sore <hes> so maybe i'll say have milkshake right first day or two but otherwise i've actually performed perform this on colleagues and they went and covered the facial plastic clinic the next day wow so like is there anything because i think that we don't realize how much are chin is involved in speaking speaking in but you're saying you're good to go. You'll be a bit swollen. You may look slightly. Sorry jay leno you might look slightly jay leno as for the first week because you'll be a little a bit swollen nothing that is so outrageous that people are stopping you down the street right and no big bandages. You'll the first day i mean when you leave. We sure on your late night in a over are left totally big. Samantha hats on an ahead yelling l. hoodie yeah. He's hell of it. I mean it does take a couple of weeks to the swelling goes down. The most people love it. Love and other people are not aware. We always talk about it two or like it. The problem is when you do any sort of facial thing whether it's filler mall really return that filler and you get home that day and you see the swelling and if you think if this doesn't look swelling they have it doesn't look super bowl anti than you didn't do a lot of the times it filler. You'll be like swollen. You're like oh this looks great and then it goes away and it's like wont wont law <hes>. Should it up more but that's great thing about florida. You can always try and the great thing apparently about these implants now is that you can come in. You can do the imaging you can do a a filler simulate that before are you go under the knife. -actly ballpark costs on this because we always have to ask and i know it varies from surgeon to surgeon in state to state but what are we looking at <hes> <music>. I'm going to say about five thousand. Oh okay so on the low end of facial procedures shall proceed to try before i buy because i'm ready to go shave. My face right now depends on how many syringes to be honest. I'll need like four or five then you actually could be looking at the cost of surgery surgery so like but again i love test drive you do <hes> so the value is always at is what i always say patients. Who do the injections the value. Is there because you at least know how is half the battle. Knowing is half the battle joe but now it is yes. It is real merkin kim euro if we were to do it implant and hate it. Is it something that's reversible. It is okay so okay so you're also not sounds like you were grafting it to the bone and there's lots of different shapes and they're even customizable so all right doctor. Thank you so much for really taking food procedure so we can put our best face

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From 1994: Hal Prince, the "Prince of Broadway"

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

From 1994: Hal Prince, the "Prince of Broadway"

"Lights were dimmed on Broadway to honor one of its towering figures director and producer Harold hal prince push the boundaries of musical theater with mega hits including phantom of the opera cabaret company and a vida winning twenty one Tony awards his publicist said print suffered a brief illness in Reykjavik Iceland he was ninety one Pam Coulter CBS news

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Towering Broadway director and producer Hal Prince has died

KNX Programming

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Towering Broadway director and producer Hal Prince has died

"Lights dimmed on Broadway last night to honor one of its towering figures who passed away director and producer Harold hal prince push the boundaries of musical theater with mega hits including phantom of the opera cabaret company and the vida winning twenty one Tony awards his publicist said print suffered a brief illness in Reykjavik Iceland he was ninety one Coulter CBS

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

Correspondents Report

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Rogue killings of grey wolves in Italy

"High up in the towering mountains belong to both Italy and France killings of gray wolves are on the rise. They isn't wolves have been extinct in the Alps for about one hundred years. But now they've made their return Europe. Correspondent linton. Besser traveled to the towel valley to investigate the killings. But he's also discovered how little has changed in the mountains from the Austro-Hungarian empire. Harking back to the eighteen hundreds. Inching Intel valley filming a report on you measures introduced here to permit the killing wolves. Those are the sounds of the bills worn around the neck of Raya species with Brown and black sheep, which grise on the high mountain meadows of the Torola Alps that present themselves as easy pry for wolves whose numbers are on the rise. But while I'm working on the story. I can't help but wonder at the fascinating history of the area with its soaring mountains and reiging rivers. Everything he is so Austrian from my lunch of shinkin brought a dark rye braid and spic a juniper flavored cured ham to the ant sits shallows, I drive past the timber window shutters thrown open to the sunshine. And of course, everyone around me is speaking German, but this isn't Austria, it's Italy. Try and explain briefly for can how it is that you're a German speaking Italian. Yes, integrity. Doper spy dish pan. How tasty Motors by Oswald fonts explains to me to dual language area to prove the point he repeats himself in Italian dealing terrorist. Iovine I can hear his accent is not to reach one of the high alpine pastures where there were a series of wolf attacks a year ago, I climb into Oswald trots as car, and we begin climbing twisty gravel road up the mountain. Looks gone down house Q biz and wolves had been extinct in this area for about one hundred years before they made their return trots as explaining to me. He's a local greasier, and he also works for a farmers lobby group. He's lived his whole life in the sued to roll the sweeping range of the Alps which changed hands in World War One through three the Washburn while we walk. He's telling me about the history of this part of the country, and how it has shifted between the hands of nation states. I am the fan guy that I can get Coleman. Let's entity hut Erste. In fact, these mountains and valleys made up the southern reaches of the Austro-Hungarian empire until they were annexed by the kingdom of Italy. In nineteen nineteen the region had been pledged to Italy as an incentive for the kingdom to join World War. Or one alongside the original on tant powers? France, the United Kingdom and Russia and other citizens in these high mountains who wished today, they could go back to being part of Austria, not early s gets Vida. Keep this in a Justin Francis. Telling me about the local elections which underway when we met there are two parties in the sued to roll at the minute who arguing for breakaway or tournaments region or even a return to Austrian control. On the such doing he makes it's not his Cup of tea. But when I ask him, which central government is more stable, Rome or Veena, which is pronounced Wien in German. He doesn't hesitate. Almost being why? Puts in talent this feat. Sevilla Vecsey Italy. Really do you get years of stability? He says so you have so many changes in the law that you just don't know where things stand this big. Did you said Skibo I contemplate trying to describe to him the roller coaster that is a strategy and politics, but think bitter of it. What matters most here shrouds insists is local culture or bored us mine sinful way. Wants to shift back to Austria doesn't make sense anymore because we're all part of the European Union. He sang, and we've maintained two languages, and our culture if you have work here you living very well. So why changes? Neon liquid tool as we finish the shoot. And we're heading back to the valley floor. He's been here. You have your now. But. Superbeet bega Gutu aloof, and since be I vol trots describes how privileged he feels to have been born and raised in the valley, and how much she still loves the clean mountaineer and the aura of self sufficiency. He says he never wants to leave. Then Mugniyah ball is the most an he keeps with him an engraved vanished. Timber walking staff. In Houston and Houston state can says he uses it when he takes a walk of an evening or if he has to give one of his sheep a gentle prod back into line. What about journalists? We let them go freely. He assures me and closes the gate behind us. This is Lynton Buser in the Alton towel valley. Dunker for correspondence report.

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Mike Williams, Damian Williams And Chargers discussed on America in the Morning

America in the Morning

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Mike Williams, Damian Williams And Chargers discussed on America in the Morning

"Second. Philip rivers capped a seventy five yard drive with three yard scoring pass to Mike Williams now filed that name away you're gonna need it later. The chiefs came out after halftime March seventy four yards downfield for another TD Damian Williams two yard run made at twenty one seven but the chargers followed suit with a seventy six yard drive. Mike Williams ran it in the last nineteen yards to make it a seven point game. Another Casey drives seventy three yards opening up the fourth quarter, Damian Williams punched it in for a twenty eight fourteen lead Los Angeles had the answer. Seventy five yard drive just in Jackson's three yard run made it twenty eight twenty one with less than four minutes to play. The defense got a big stop and rivers. Drove the bolts sixty yards finally hitting Mike Williams right along the sideline for a touchdown after a video replay. It was twenty eight twenty seven four seconds left. They decide to go for two rivers dropped back and found Mike Williams wide open in the end zone. How did he get that? Open. Two point conversion wins the game both teams now eleven and three the chiefs all the tiebreaker for the division title in the home field in the playoffs. And the chargers say we're in the playoffs for the first time since two thousand thirteen have your own field. Big weekend coming up in football Sunday night game eagles and Rams Nick foles will start for Carson Wentz. Who's got back problems? Maybe a fractured vertebra that needs rest. So we'll see but that worked out, okay? For the eagles last year because polls took them to the Super Bowl. Monday night. Football is the saints in the Panthers in the NBA the rockets roared past the Lakers, one twenty six one eleven James harden, fifty point triple double night, ten rebounds, and eleven assists. I think he's got a future. Spurs bank. The clippers won twenty five to eighty seven. San Antonio with seven players in double figures. Lamarcus Aldridge had twenty-seven magic over the bulls. Ninety seven ninety one twenty-six for Nikolov was civic and the Suns burn the Mavericks ninety nine eighty nine TJ worn with thirty as Phoenix snaps. A ten game slide NHL Thursday lightning lit up the Maple Leafs. Four one breaking open a tie game with a three-goal second period Andrei vasilevskiy made forty eight. Eight saves in his first game back from a broken left foot. Tying the franchise record doesn't like easing your way back into action. Right. Tampa Bay fifty one points this season. Nobody else in the NHL has more than forty three blue jackets buzzed the kings, four to one predators connects four three in overtime jets the past the Oilers five four not Canadians chased the hurricane six four wild with the Panthers. Five one sabre skewered the coyotes three to one and the sharks and the stars three to two college football FCS playoffs tonight semi finals, South Dakota state and North Dakota state tomorrow, Maine and eastern Washington, then we've got five bowl games for the division. One schools on Saturday in Orlando, Albuquerque, Las Vegas, Montgomery and New Orleans. Check your local listings college basketball, number sixteen Wisconsin, sidestep savannah state one zero one to sixty baseball winter meetings in Las Vegas wrapped up yesterday with the rule five draft. Always popular Orioles had the first pick. They chose shortstop Ricci Martin from the as who had three hundred and double a ball last year. So now he'll be able to live LA Vida loca Ricky Martin that was. Expected. But then came a big surprise a three way trade of sluggers. The Mariners get Edwin Encarnacion from the Indians who reacquire first baseman Carlos Santana. Cleveland also got young first baseman Jake Bowers from the raise you picked up a couple of prospects. There was money involved in all like that. That's eleven players that Seattle has traded since the end of the season, including Santana who was just picked up from the Philly's last month that was busy. That's Friday sports. All right. Seven till. Vexed on America in the morning, new rock and Roll Hall of fame inductees after these messages. How fast can a career or business be ruined at the speed of internet. All it takes is a quick internet. Search showing older inaccurate results about you. And there goes your next great career opportunity for your next customer. 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"vida" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"vida" Discussed on Latino USA

"It's like so often when we've got a chance to have a narrative about us the family has to be in primary colors and really brighton like look how happy and look how we dance in the kitchen in it's that narrative that we used to and that doesn't like my experience with my family's not that and a lot of people's is broken and damaged right from npr and for through media it's latino usa i'm jane horsa today a portrait of dainius at actual show runner for the tv series vida vida maybe you caught one of the billboards in la or on the new york city subway for a new tv show called the them which is on stars it has a majority latino cast and crew and it recently wrapped up its first season the show looks at the relationship between two nothing necessaries lynn and emma as the come to terms with the death of their mom and the secrets she kept from them she helped mummy run the bar and was like a roommate i'm sorry you had a roommate the his so good finally meet you you're a mile wouldn't shut up about you doubt that v that also deals with themes like sexuality identity family and gentrification in boyle heights los angeles so these avella purrs they buy up everything and tear it down and build it back up in a way that nobody could afford it somebody's affording it show runner dying isn't exactly new to television she's written for devious maids girls looking and how to get away with murder she's also written for the stage and she's won a number of awards for her plays donya was born in mexico but moved to the united states as a child and that's where our conversation begins did you feel like you're belonged or were you just like now we're just visiting like this is just a temporary thing but i'm really from the other side or was it like yeah okay i get this i lived in nine places by the time i was nine in mexico so i had like a survival like make friends that's your survival tactic right make friends right away be funny be friendly because we were like going all over the country in mexico and then i thought the same thing was going to work here but i had a big accent you know and also that point my favorite movies where greece two.

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"vida" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"vida" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"There's something really beautiful because we're getting to show these neighborhoods in just a really beautiful way with the chaos and the you know it's not always the streets aren't always clean or anything there's something really beautiful and very connected about that term i want to describe the show but it would take me paragraphs because they have so much to say about it described this show for our listeners in thirty seconds either or both of you okay i feel like you really got an okay vida is a story about the community in east la but it's it revolves around these two sisters that we play that have escaped from the neighborhood that they grew up in and they have to come back because their mother dies and they have to bury her and deal with the inheritance but they come home to discover a huge secret that she was hiding that she was actually married to a woman and that unravels a series of confrontation between them because they don't get along and they start you start like seeing what these women are hiding and emma the older of the sisters is actually queer so it's a huge like just a battle because i'm always son to way when she was younger for kissing another little girl and of course when she comes back and has to face the fact that her mom who's a very traditional mexican mother has been married to a woman for the last few years and then on top of it they have to share their inheritance with this person the one thing that their mother left them and it just it crumbles them and leaves behind then not really an inheritance this crumbling bar this thing which essentially ends up being this gift that she gives them because it allows them to come back and find family and find connection that they didn't feel that they have and find themselves really.

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"vida" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"vida" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"Hi there juncker here were halted work on a bunch of upcoming shows so this week we thought we bring your favorite from our archives we hope you enjoy the episode if you like me you know this feeling maybe you're in a party or you're walking down the street and suddenly out of a sea of passing faces one of them lights up looking right at you this portion stats waving says hello this person is glad to see you and you you have no idea who you're looking at who this is hidden brain i'm shankar vida today on the show when talking about faces recognizing faces is a crucial skill it so crucial that there are regions of the brain devoted to facial recognition but all your mind is amazing at identifying your boyfriend or your child in a crowd there are important limits to this ability some of us like me are extremely batuta some of us a terrific on today's show we look at some people who are on opposite ends of the spectrum and talk about how our ability to recognize faces has broad implications in our lives support for this podcast and the following message comes from american express open hidden brain makes complicated scientific ideas simple and understandable that's would american express open wants to do for business visit opencom to see how they can help with money and knowhow so you can get past the complexity and get business done.

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