35 Burst results for "Wendy I"

El Salvador Proposes Digital Securities Bill

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:51 min | 4 d ago

El Salvador Proposes Digital Securities Bill

"We're going to talk about El Salvador. Now, amidst everything that's been going on in the last two weeks. I found myself thinking probably about every other day, what's going on in El Salvador. And so I'm happy that today we get to talk about it. So El Salvador's national assembly is considering a draft bill to regulate digital securities, which is an indication that the country will move forward with its plans to issue Bitcoin backed bonds. You'll remember in March, the country put a pause on these Bitcoin back bonds to Bill was presented by the minister of economy, Maria Louisa hayam, breve, and seeks to establish a national digital assets commission to oversee the regulation of digital asset issuers and service providers Wendy, I'm going to kick this one off to you first. What do you think about El Salvador moving ahead with these bonds? I think that it is absolutely amazing. And I don't want to get into the way that he governs his country. But I really do want to focus on how El Salvador is using Bitcoin as a tool to essentially gain their power back. This is why Bitcoin was created. It was created for the people by the people. And yes, even though president buki is this, I guess that he calls himself the CEO of El Salvador or whatever it is is a joke. I think it is important to note that we're seeing a country that got a lot of slack globally, essentially take their power back and tell people until a lot of these organizations, these big global organizations, we don't need you. We don't need your help. We don't want your help. We are fine on our own. And essentially, they're taking their power back and they're creating their own monetary policy and they're creating their own laws and regulations for all of this stuff. So I think it's absolutely amazing. And it just goes to show that we're starting to see a shift in the way a lot of different countries portray themselves and how they're using Bitcoin to essentially help their people in a positive aspect. So again, 100% here for it. I root for the underdogs as always.

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Electronic Voting Machines Are the Threat to Democracy

The Officer Tatum Show

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Electronic Voting Machines Are the Threat to Democracy

"Let's hear the audio clip from Tucker Carlson, audio clip number one. And what happened today in Maricopa County where some huge percentage of voting machines, electronic voting machines, according to the Arizona republic, 30%. They claim these are dominion voting machines. But it almost doesn't matter. Electronic voting machines didn't allow people to vote, apparently. And that, whatever you think of it, the cause of it, it shakes people's faith in the system. That is an actual threat to democracy. And it points up the core problem, which is we're not really very serious about democracy if we're using electronic voting machines, or if we're not requiring photo ID to vote, we could have secure elections. We don't because the small number of people don't want them, but until we do, you're going to have these moments where everybody in the country fears volatility because one side doesn't believe the result is yeah, and that's so true. Let me take you back to a column of back from 2019 from sun sentinel. It starts out like this. Governor Ron DeSantis suspended Palm Beach county's elections chief Friday and installed a Republican lawyer to oversee voting during the next presidential contest and one of the state's most democratic counties. A woman by the name of Susan butcher, she was a Democrat. She failed to properly conduct at the time three recounts in the 2018 midterm election. So desantis instead, suspended her and named the West Palm Beach attorney Wendy link after suspending her, her permanent replacement.

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Binance Said to Waver on FTX Deal

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Binance Said to Waver on FTX Deal

"It is amazing how quickly things can change in this space. And that is what we're going to spend a good chunk of today talking about. Now, to get you caught up, all sorts of stuff went down yesterday in which sandbach and freed of FTX said that they had come to an agreement with CZ a binance for binance to acquire FTX dot com, pending, do diligence on the part of binance. Now, according to a source today, binance is leaning against getting this deal done. They took a look under the hood and it's not looking good according to a source talking to coin desks the analysis. This is a highly fluid situation, something that has captured the markets and mainstream attention as FTX and binance inch toward a possible takeover. There's so much to go into on this one. Really crazy stuff has been going on in the trading world in the past 48 to 72 hours. But here we are now on the cusp of possible deal, but then again, maybe not. I'm going to throw this to Wendy for her initial thoughts on this whole binance FTX thing, which is just gone crazy and so quick. What's up? So there is definitely a lot to talk about here. There's a lot to break down. I want to come in with this from a business perspective. Business perspective means the LOI, the intent to purchase FTX or to acquire, to save them, is just an intent. It doesn't mean that it's actually going to happen. A lot of people are complaining, especially on Twitter saying that binance kind of started this whole thing by fighting FTT, et cetera. But realistically, that might not be the actual case. CZ did put a memo out a statement out indicating what kind of happened. We don't know the exact story because we're not in internally. One thing I will say from a business perspective, it might not make sense after they do their due diligence process to actually acquire FTX. Another thing that's very important to note is FTX U.S. and FTX official or FTX international are completely two different companies. Right now, FTX U.S. is safe to use. However, people should still consider getting their cryptocurrency off of the exchange. I did that yesterday

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Elon Musk's Twitter Deal Brings Dogecoin Back From the Dead

CoinDesk Podcast Network

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk's Twitter Deal Brings Dogecoin Back From the Dead

"Twitter has some interesting ongoing. So as we know, it was acquired by Elon Musk and it seems that big changes are coming. So the company plans to let go of 25% of its workforce in a first round of layoffs according to a source and reported by The Washington Post, further the social media company is planning to charge $20 a month for verification, that's according to the verge. If employees building it don't meet the deadlines, they too will reportedly be fired and in separate but related crypto news Dogecoin, the crypto, which Elon has been so vocal over has increased 150% since Tuesday becoming the 6th largest crypto in the world. So a lot going on here with Elon's takeover of Twitter. Wendy, I'm going to pass this one up to you to get started. What do you make of all of these layoffs? So first and foremost, corporate America is completely flawed in a lot of different aspects. I worked a corporate job while I worked for a corporation for a long time and it was an absolute mess. You have all these people that are higher ups that are telling all the lower down people what they need to do, but the higher up people have no idea how customer service works or they have no idea how the actual people below them do their jobs. And I've been reading a lot of different things about Twitter structure and from what I've gathered is sounds like there is a lot of people in management and less people that are actually able to do coding or to do the dev work and make sure the platform is working properly. So I think that it's good to restructure. Again, Twitter is a business. And I repeat this again. Twitter is a business. Elon Musk is a very smart businessman. Hence why he was able to purchase Twitter for approximately $44 billion. He is going to do whatever it takes to make the platform generate revenue. As far as the whole free speech goes as far as him being for the underdogs, again, you guys, he's a businessman. I think that there will be better changes made to the platform. I personally don't mind to pay that $20 fee to remain verified in hopes that it will actually help with the bots some way, shape, or form. I don't know how that's going to work out. I'm excited about it. But again, Elon is not necessarily a friend, guys. He's a businessman, and we are simply a guest on his platform. As far as Dogecoin goes, I'm excited about it. We did pretty well on that trade. And I'm just excited.

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Rep. Chip Roy: Elect Republicans

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: Elect Republicans

"We've got to get people in office first It's just practical Pretending that politicians are masters of the universe He man and they have these superhuman abilities is insane We need a large enough majority that we can give this swing state or some breathing room while letting conservatives guide the agenda like you Yeah let me agree with a slight amendment which is to say absolutely we should throw out in full force to get every Republican elected running against a Democrat Because if you're a Democrat running today on the democratic ticket you are accepting the terms of this administration and accepting the terms of anti Pelosi to be at war with the American people You are not aligned with our values You are not aligned with the constitution You are not in any way for limited government free enterprise Our faith in the lord almighty and allowing the American people to prosper So elect Republicans And yes I want as big a majority as we can have My slight amendment is I don't accept the premise that these squishes who run in so called purple districts I don't accept that the right way to do that is to cave When I was running two years ago against Wendy Davis in Austin Texas I had an R plus four district It was a tighter district I ran hardcore as a conservative Unabashedly unapologetically And we won by 7 points we outperformed president Trump We had lots of people enthusiastically supporting us even some liberals that were like you know I don't always agree with you but I appreciate that you stand up for what you believe in You got to lead damn it Get up and stand up for something and stand up for America and people will follow

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Wendy the Waitress Can't Make Ends Meet Under Biden's Inflation

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | 2 months ago

Wendy the Waitress Can't Make Ends Meet Under Biden's Inflation

"Back to Wendy the waitress. So let's say Wendy the waitress, so let's say she tops out. It's 60,000 a year with her tips. You know, not necessarily bad money, but you got to keep in mind, she's got to make up for all the money she lost because these little wannabe dictators were telling her that her job was an essential during the lockdown, so she comes back, let's say she pays the average rent, you know, maybe she's paying about 1300, $1400 a month, but she's a single mom. She's a single mom. She's trying to make ends meet. She's got her little boy. Let's say his name is Timmy. I'm just throwing that out there. You see how I think on the fly there, Sean? But let's say, let's say she's got her little son, Timmy. She's got to make ends meet. She needs a car to get back and forth to work. Unfortunately, she didn't save up enough money. She didn't have money to buy a cash car. She should have bought a cash car, but she decided to buy a used car. She didn't go with a new car, 'cause the new car, the average price of that is $34,635 or $575 a month, so she tried to be a little conservative. She went with a used car so she's paying 430 a month because that's the average. Now she has her grocery Bill. Her grocery bill for seeing her son probably used to top out at about three $400 a month now. She's paying a whopping $800 a month if not more under the Biden administration.

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Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

"Are not taking seriously this takeover of every major institution of our children of education, of finance, of sports, of language, and then 2020 happens. So doctor Lindsay was doing all this research and then Floyd a palooza in the summer of 2020 unfolds. They only known cure for COVID. Right, exactly. Where if you're burning down a Wendy's, it's better than wearing a mask. And so really a large parts of the conservative movement I use that term loosely were completely taken by surprise where all of a sudden everything was about race. It was about structural inequity, oppressor versus oppressed, and we are still living through the damage that was implemented from the summer of 2020. And I'm not even talking about the burn buildings. That is true. I'm talking about how they saw their moment to change curriculum, implement textbooks, take over HR departments, be able to change hiring practices, affirmative action quotas. They saw a 90 day window when everyone was locked down and cooped up, took over the entire PR narrative to really introduce in my opinion. This is provocative and the media will find this to be newsworthy. I think that mind virus has done and will do more damage than the Chinese coronavirus. Oh, absolutely. Let's not even a question. And as a matter of fact, he calls it a mind virus. Let's exonerate him a moment and make the media have a slightly harder job than just getting the ignore what I'm about to say. This is totally based and this is one of the things I read in the literature writing those fake papers is there is a paper that was published right here. Arizona state university, two professors. Brienne files and Michael Carter, if you want their names, we like to name names. They wrote this paper in 2016 called women's studies as a virus, and in the paper they explained that these ideologies like women's studies and it could extend a gender erase or whatever you want it to be. Are meant to operate. They said the ideal metaphor for what they do is a virus. They say an ideal metaphor for us would be viruses like HIV, Ebola, SARS, some viruses cause cancer. Well, cancer represents true transformative change. So that's good too. Conservatism, they say represents like the immune system. And normally you need the immune system to preserve the body. But in this case, the virus will be good for the body. So we have to suppress the immune system. This is really how they describe themselves. And

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Are Republicans Trying to Help Cause a Blue Wave?

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

07:59 min | 2 months ago

Are Republicans Trying to Help Cause a Blue Wave?

"Dark Brandon strikes again. Yes. All right, I think he is also going to send an arrangement of penis flowers to Lindsey Graham for his national abortion baby, which blows everything Republican. Also, I think he should send some flowers to Rick Scott, who has basically said Republicans want to blow up social security and Medicare. Yes. The guy in charge of elected Republicans in the Senate, Rick Scott of Florida, proposed a plan. I wish I had enough copies to hand, but go online and look at it. I really mean this is serious because they're going to make it hard for you to believe. Proposed a plan requiring Congress to vote on the future of social reauthorization. And I want to remind you, you paid for your social security. Every single paycheck from the time you're a kid, you paid for it. So every 5 years, concrete gets to vote, change, cut, reducer, a limited entirety of social security. Also, we mentioned Ron Johnson, liberal helper. Here we go. Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. As my mother would say, God love him. He thinks 5 years is too long to wait. He wants to put the vote social security Medicare on the chopping block. Every single year. Let me remind you all again, you paid for social security. You paid for Medicare. It's taken out of every single one of your paychecks. These guys never give up. Well, guess what? We're not going to give up either. Okay. All right. Mark Brandon. Doc Brandon. Carlos, what's going on? Is there a think tank over there on how they can help Democrats with a blue suit? A national ban on abortion. Right. There used to be a little devil now. It's just like, no more. Take away the social security to it. Do it now. Wow. That's like a good idea. Yeah. Right. I feel like they're being the biggest liberal helpers ever. And it's magical. And they're just fighting amongst themselves, right? Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham and Roger Stone hates Wendy Graham and it's fantastic. Big mega rats fight fight fight. Equally awful, yes. Okay, we were talking about, oh, Trump just posted a meme with the queue was like right on his lapel. So QAnon's all going crazy, 'cause now they've gotten the official stamp of approval from captain crazy. Could I have my conspiracy music please? Oh, but Stephanie both parties are the same. I just wanted to say that. Oh, I'm sorry. What now? Both parties are the same. Are they exactly the same? Yeah, nothing to see here. Both according to this. Yeah, thank you. Okay, what is it that the queen is laying in state now? Her funeral is Monday. Yes, she's a Westminster. She is still dead. That remains. She's not a Trump's golf course. I got confused with the name. No, no. Westminster. She's really emotional. She will not be buried in any of Trump's golf courses. As far as we know. This has got some documents to hide. Right. Maybe he's stuffed him in her crown last time. So I don't know. Okay. I don't QAnon. I don't, okay. PolitiFact has dismissed a conspiracy theory that the royal family are part of a line of reptiles. From the constellation Draco, and that they have reptilian blood. That's the one dog junior just killed in that tweet or photo. I saw him sitting on top of one. I thought that was Kimberly Guilfoyle. Okay. No. Yeah, that is a mouth. That's Kimberly Guilfoyle black. That's what she's coming out for the general sex or orals? That's her way of saying the best is yet to come. I guess. Does anyone down junior is more man than I give him credit for? Because if he could take that oncoming and okay. So Don Junior would be the best that is yet to come. Yeah. I just think I'm gonna burn. You said that out loud. Okay, I'm sorry. I need to debunk the latest QAnon Queen Elizabeth. Okay, PolitiFact has had to debunk Queen Elizabeth did not die before September 8th and her death was part of a dark conspiracy involving pedophilia or child trafficking something. Prince was not sacrificed in 2016 when he died on the queen's 90th birthday that year and that he had been put to death as a birthday gift. Like prince, as in. Yes, for instance. As in. Let's go crazy. Right. Yes, was not like Prince Andrew. Look to death as a birthday gift to Queen Elizabeth on her 90th birthday. Why? Why? I want him killed. He's not, he's just named princess. He's not in the royal prince. He's not real. He's not in the line of secession. You've killed the wrong prince. This is the only purple rain. That's not who I meant. I meant OJ, perhaps I've said too much. But his name is prince. And he is fine. Yeah, I don't. Okay. Queen Elizabeth also did not die from the COVID vaccine. Nope. And she was not shot and killed in Detroit. Wait, what? That was Detroit? I'm going to. I won't be needing security. She was going to Paisley park to see prince. That's when Minneapolis. That's in Minneapolis. It's not Detroit. He's on her way. My ticket to Detroit. Now I'm in the wrong area. I have connection. You have to do a layover. Prince is grave, who was killed at for my birthday. Now I've been Detroit. Who booked me to Motown? She missed her connection. Oh, I've been shot. I'm going to see if they have a pedophilia pizza parlor Detroit. I don't help me help mummy. What, why? Do people I don't know. We've always conspiracy theorists, but this is the problem. The former president of the United States just basically put his stamp of approval on this whole crazy cult. Well, yeah, he's just digging the scoop deeper into the tide pool to see what else will creatures lie beneath. Like, well, I can't get enough of the crazy crazy. See, I gotta get a crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy. He's just digging for anybody that can be upright and punch a hole or push a button on a voting machine. Okay. Let's go back to earth one for a moment where President Biden talking about getting real stuff done. With this law, the American people want and special interest loss. Folks, we're going to lower prescription drug costs. Lower health insurance costs. Lower energy costs for millions of families. I want to take the most aggressive action ever ever, ever to confront the climate crisis and increase our energies security. Ever in the whole world. And that's not hyperbole. That's a fact. We're going to build a future, the future. Here in the United States of America, with American workers with American companies with American made products. And after years of some of the biggest corporations in the United States paying zero in federal income tax, they'll now have to begin to literally pay their fair share today offers proof that the sole America's vibrant, the future America's bright and the promise of America is real. Thank you, dark Ryan. Okay. Yes. Okay. The oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes, the guy with only one good eye. What could I?

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 Officer won’t face any charges in Rayshard Brooks shooting

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Officer won’t face any charges in Rayshard Brooks shooting

"And Atlanta police officer who fatally shot a black man won't be charged The specially appointed prosecutor says he won't pursue charges against officer Garrett Roth the white officer who shot and killed 27 year old Richard Brooks in June 2020 or officer Devin Brosnan Pete scanda lack has says the officers were in what he calls a dynamic situation in which he concluded it was reasonable for off to use deadly force Roth and brosman responded to complaints of a man sleeping in the drive-through lane at a Wendy's restaurant After talking to Brooks for

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Wendy's pulls lettuce from sandwiches amid E. coli outbreak

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Wendy's pulls lettuce from sandwiches amid E. coli outbreak

"There's a possible E. coli outbreak involving lettuce at some Wendy's restaurants The fast food chain Wendy's says it's pulling lettuce from sandwiches in its restaurants in Michigan Ohio and Pennsylvania After people eating them their reported getting ill The CDC is investigating the source of the E. coli outbreak that a second at least 37 people checking if romaine lettuce is the source of the outbreak and whether romaine used at Wendy's was also served or sold at other businesses The CDC says don't stop eating at Wendy's and don't stop eating romaine lettuce while they continue their investigation I'm surely antler

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Dr. Ashley Lucas: Debunking Myths in '5 Steps to Reset the Scale' Book

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Ashley Lucas: Debunking Myths in '5 Steps to Reset the Scale' Book

"Of the big myths about weight loss is the first thing I learned is this idea that you got to starve yourself with a dramatic caloric reduction and PhD weight loss sort of explodes that myth. Talk about that because that's covered extensively in the book 5 steps to reset the scale that's out this week. Let's talk a little bit about that because most of us think you really got in order to lose weight. You got to starve yourself. Yeah, we're told that we need to eat less and move more, but we know that the body is so much more complicated than that. Our body is not controlled by calorie sensors. And if you really dive into the research and you look at what happens when we severely restrict calories, it's actually shuts down the metabolism. There is increased depression and anxiety and we find that it's just not sustainable and we relapse, regain all the weight that we've dropped. So severely restricting calories being hungry, white, knuckling it if you're dropping weight, just isn't the answer. Maybe you'll drop a bit of weight or a lot of weight, but it's likely to come back. And so we really focus on creating sustainable change and you got to enjoy what you're eating. And I would say that's true for you, Mike, right? I know that was one thing you were really nervous about. It was. He thought that you were going to have to eat like a rabbit and not be able to go to Wendy's, but we've been able to keep that in.

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Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Wendy Williams No Longer Knows What She's Doing

"Did you all see the TMZ live segment with Wendy Williams? Did you see it? Oh my God. It really is so sad and so indicative that Wendy Williams clearly no longer has any idea what she's doing or how she'll face her future. It was really very sad. It was a sad piece and I could tell from looking at Harvey Levin and his sidekick Charles that this segment went into crazy land right from the beginning. And if you look at their faces, they know. It's just awful. So during this segment, Wendy gave an update on plans for her new podcast. I told you that a couple of days ago. But not before she reached down under her chair. And by the way, she's sitting in her purple chair that she used to do her showing a show on. And people said that purple channel was thrown in the street, apparently not because she's sitting in it unless she got a second one. So she's in the chair. Talking to Harvey and Charles, and she picks up her severely swollen left foot and chose it to the camera. And then she went on to say that she is suffering from lymphedema, which is caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system, but Wendy said, you know, that's not going to stop her from getting back out there and making a splashy comeback. But this interview was so bad and so cringey that guys, it's the final nail in her coffin. And it puts an exclamation point on the end of the sentence. What I predicted just how sick she was and how she's never going to be on TV again. If this wasn't a video of a woman on drugs, I don't know what else to tell you. It was that

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"wendy i" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:18 min | 6 months ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"This Pride Month will manica is brought to you exclusively by Mercedes Benz. Together, we're honoring people who've expanded the norms of gender and sexuality in the performing arts. Mercedes Benz embraces the freedom of individual expression and continues to support and stand with the LGBTQIA+ community. Listen all month long as we share stories of proud individuals whose authentic expression in their lives and bodies of work have challenged norms, driving society forward. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is will manica. Today we're talking about one of the most important living figures in the world of electronic music. If you found yourself moved by the film scores of a clockwork orange or The Shining or Tron, you've been vibing to this pioneer's work. Let's talk about Wendy Carlos. Wendy Carlos was born in 1939 in Pawtucket Rhode Island. She showed an early talent for music, but her family couldn't afford a piano. So her father drew her a keyboard on a large piece of paper. Wendy returned the favor by making her parents a Hi-Fi system with wood and wire that she soldered herself. When Wendy was 14, she won a Westinghouse science fair scholarship with the homemade computer. She kept pursuing her dual loves of music and science in college at Brown university. There, she discovered electronic music. She later said of the experience, I didn't decide it chased me. Wendy graduated with a hybrid degree in music and physics. From there, she headed to Columbia University where she earned a master's in music composition. Working in the country's first electronic music center. She would often stay up until the early hours of the morning experimenting, creating and composing with tape recorders and voice mixers. Grad school was also where Wendy met Robert moog. Robert moog was a music instrument engineer. Inspired in part by Wendy's creative vision, Robert would go on to invent the moog synthesizer. The moog synthesizer was a beast of a machine and looked more like a spaceship command center than an instrument. A board of modules connected by cords, towered over a keyboard. Each module created a waveform whose pitch could be altered by voltage. When the mode debuted in 1965, electronic music was on the verge of going commercial. And then, in 1968, Wendy released switched on Bach. And electronic music officially entered the mainstream. Switched on Bach became the second classical album ever to be certified platinum. The cover featured a man with a powdered wig, satin jacket, and little buckled shoes, sitting in his 18th century study. Perched on his wooden piano is a moog synthesizer. That, in essence, was the spirit of switched on Bach. Right now, we're listening to the 8 track and we're mixing sort of playing the role of the conductor. Wendy performed a collection of Johann Sebastian Bach pieces, using moog synthesizer to build each song, note by note. All of the string section that sounds like this. It's a harpsichord track. And there's this nice solo that split up into two tracks. Let's put them all together. Classical compositions in a deeply 20th century medium. It needs a little more echo. Yeah, that's good. In 1970, Wendy won three Grammys for switched on Bach, which hit number ten on the billboard 100. The next year, she was asked to score Stanley Kubrick's a clockwork orange. During that process, she perfected her use of vocoders, creating an eerie, synthetic chorus. She continued to trail blaze when she released sonic's seasonings in 1972. This album would go on to pre date ambient new age music by more than a decade. But as her career took off, Wendy was going through a personal crisis. For most of her life, she'd struggled with the gender she'd been assigned at birth. By the time a clockwork orange exploded in popularity, she was at a crossroads. Privately, she transitioned into Wendy. But professionally, she was still releasing music under another name and another identity. Though she kept working and innovating, Wendy largely disappeared from the public eye. It wasn't until 1979 that Wendy publicly came out as a trans woman in an interview with Playboy magazine. She said she was afraid for her safety and for her friends that she knew her career might be over, but that she was tired of lying. She wanted to be liberated. The thing is, Wendy's career wasn't over. She continued producing albums, Stanley Kubrick asked her to create horror music for another movie. The Shining. She composed the score for Disney's Tron in 1982. Switched on Bach was rereleased under her new name. Wendy is now 81 years old and still lives in New York with her beloved dogs and cats. In 2020, she appeared online after an 11 year silence. The electronic music giant had emerged to speak out against an upcoming biography about herself. In true Wendy fashion, she insisted on telling her own story on her own terms. All month, we're talking about queer stars of stage.

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Walker, Mets cruise past Nats 4-1, win another series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Walker, Mets cruise past Nats 4-1, win another series

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Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Even Good Morning America Acknowledges Baby Formula Shortage

"Play the cut 7 This is Good Morning America of all places a noted for left you know radical group over there Having to acknowledge its stores around the country are now running out of baby formula Here check this out This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock He has a very specific brand new trauma gen that he has to have due to allergy and intolerance issues Shawna Bowman says she can't find any formula for her 11 month old son Jacob We have been having to look pretty heavily for it I would say for the last four or 5 months but this last month it's just become impossible to find This morning a terrifying prospect for parents around the country stores running out of baby formula unable to restock That's all right It seems like sorry about that No it's okay It just says the same thing over and over again Baby formula The folks why is that a problem Well for an obvious reasons I don't have young children anymore My daughters are 18 And ten But if you have a baby and you're not breastfeeding right now formulas you're only option What are you going to do folks You're going to give the kid a gargantuan from Jimmy John's You're going to give him a triple from Wendy's The baby's GI tract doesn't have the capability to handle that kind of stuff You don't have any other options How do you screw up baby formula The answer is you put Joe Biden in The White House

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How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:19 min | 7 months ago

How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

"I talked last week about geo tracking, which is one of the key themes and technologies. That is discussed and deployed in the movie 2000 mules. And in the movie, we talk about the power of geo tracking, the first of all, how it is commonly used in law enforcement. It's used by intelligence, agencies, we all have some experience with it because you travel somewhere, you land, you get a notification from the weather channel about the weather, not where you live, but where you just arrived. And obviously that's because they're tracking your phone. That's how they know where you are. And I mean, the only other option would be someone's following you, which is obviously not the case. Now, to validate geo tracking, truth of vote, the election intelligence organization that we've worked in close partnership with. They are the research foundation for this movie. They had a very, well, kind of a brilliant idea. And that was, and they were having this idea in part because they had presented their findings to the GBI, the GBI is the Georgia bureau of investigation. It's kind of the Georgia version of the FBI. And the GBI was a little bit, they seemed a little bit at sea like, you know, what do we do with this? I mean, not they don't know about the technology, but it is obviously being applied in a new way. And so truth of what thought, well, you know what? Any law enforcement agency uses this kind of technology to solve crimes. What about if we pick a couple of high profile crimes that could have occurred in Atlanta at the very period that we were looking at this geo tracking data? In other words, sometimes between sometime in the weeks and months leading up to the election. That's the body of data we have. What if there were some high profile murders that occurred in the area that we have covered that we have data for? Can we help to solve those murders? I mean, this is an audacious idea because think about it. You have private group doing this. Now we have one case. The case of a young black girl, her name is Sakura Turner, and she was shot in the backing out of a parking lot of a Wendy's. This was during a kind of BLM race riot. And we show in the movie, Greg Phillips is talking about this and he talks about how when you look at the location of the van, the little girl was shot in a van and when you look at the direction and trajectory of the bullet and obviously you look at the time, there are only a handful of cell phone devices that could have, well, that are likely to be the shooter. And remember, the true the vote has those cell phone IDs. Now they don't have the names of those guys, but law enforcement can get the names of those guys like that. How do they do it? Well, they go get a warrant. And then they go to the provider, the cell phone provider and go, who are these guys? And they get their names, and there you go. Those are your 5 suspects. So true to vote then turns this information into the GBI. And guess what? Shortly thereafter, do arrests

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What Axios' 'Fewest Jobless Claims in 54 Years' Report Left Out

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 8 months ago

What Axios' 'Fewest Jobless Claims in 54 Years' Report Left Out

"Since January of 1967, the Labor Department has published the number of Americans who filed a new claim for unemployment insurance benefits during the preceding week. Last week's total that was released Thursday, according to Neil Irwin over at axios. Last week's total was one of the lowest weeks in the history of record keeping. Now, this is an amazing number. The claims numbers are just the latest side of an exceptionally tight U.S. labor market. Companies are not firing people if they can help it and workers who do lose their jobs are finding new ones rapidly. According to axios, well, where are all the people then that need to be hired at all these companies that can't fill jobs? Have you tried to call the airlines? Have you made a phone call to, I don't know, American Express? You waited in line at the drive-through at Wendy's? Good luck with that. You know what they all say? They can't find anybody. They can't hire anybody. There's nobody for the jobs.

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The Deeper We Dive Into the 2020 Election, the More Stunned We Are

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 8 months ago

The Deeper We Dive Into the 2020 Election, the More Stunned We Are

"The deeper we dive into the 2020 election, I think it really stuns most voters. I think most voters think that our elections worse, I think they did think our elections were secure. But a lot of this hinges on this garbage of this mass mail in voting. In most states now, it is, I shouldn't say most states, but some of those populist states like California or Colorado, Colorado is a great example of how a beautiful state has become a far left wing dystopia. They go from voting in person at a local polling place to everybody getting a ballot. And once everyone gets a ballot, you lose custody, you lose control. And it empowers criminals to break the law and this is something I never understand about people that don't want to talk about voter fraud. So we believe that people are willing to burn Wendy's because they just feel like it loot stores, murder, rape, all these sorts of different things. And yet when it comes to elections, people behave perfectly fine when the entire country and the society is at risk. Now some of the critiques and we don't get this very often I have to say. I don't think this is common. So you got to move on. I want to move on. Trust me. But there were crimes committed and these people have not been held accountable in just now because of the amount of data the petabytes of data that have been combed through. Just now are we getting a complete picture of actually what happened in the 2020 election? And the question is, are you a being that cares about justice? If you don't care about justice, well then you're in the wrong country. If you don't care about fixing problems, you're also in the wrong country. We need to identify what the problems are and fix them. It's very simple.

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The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

The Tragic Plight of Black Millionaires

"That we have to address. There's a problem where I think we need a committee, probably a parade, a march, maybe even a riot. I think this problem is such a big deal. We met have to go burn down Wendy's. In fact, it's such a big problem. It might mandate the theft of televisions. It's such a big problem that soon I can start to see people change their profile picture on social media to no longer stand with Ukraine, but instead I stand with black millionaire donors. What? According to The Associated Press, they have a new story. America is so racist. We are so terrible that self made black millionaires, their victims of racism. Emily Haines from the chronicle of philanthropy for Associated Press writes an article here about millionaires of color. And the article is this, quote, how racism still affects millionaires, donors of color. Suppose you're out there that are not millionaires that are working your tail off just to be able to pay the bills, The Associated Press wants you to know, you're oppressing the millionaires. Okay? The millionaires that made it in America? They're oppressed. I could just see it right now. What do we stand for? Freedom against two. The middle class. Why? 'cause they're oppressing the millionaires. What? The Associated Press continues by saying that, quote, the finding of the study demonstrates ways that racism has affected the lives of millionaires of color. From the way they raise their families to the people and the causes they support. So it opens up with this ridiculous anecdote. Again, this is The Associated Press. This is not some sort of brown magazine. Brown university magazine article. This is The Associated Press. The story

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"wendy i" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Anxiety and we know that because of arcades and their past experiences a lot of our families have a lot of the same things. We really looking forward to having wendy here with her experience and expertise to. Here's my conversation with wendy wendy..

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"wendy i" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Wendy and Lisa talked to me about their 40 plus year partnership, including Playing in Prince's band for some of his greatest albums. This one's an all timer, Don't miss it. But first the news Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. A ransomware attack has paralyzed the networks of at least 200, U. S companies and others around the world, according to a cybersecurity researcher whose firm was responding to the incident. NPR's Dave Mystic reports hundreds of grocery stores in Sweden that are part of a major chain there have had to close down because of it. Swedish company Coupe shut down the stores Friday as a result of the attack cybersecurity researchers say they expect other large scale companies to announce that they've been hit. On Friday, Information technology company Cassia sent out a warning of a potential attack on a tool it uses to manage and monitor computers remotely. John Hammond, a researcher with Hunter Slabs, called the attack a nightmare for those affected, Hammond says the same group blamed for hacks on JBs Foods in the colonial pipeline appears to be behind this latest attack. The U. S cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says they are working to understand and address the attack. Dave Mystic NPR news Two more bodies have been found in the collapse. Condo building and Surfside, Florida That brings the confirmed death toll to 2400 and 24. People are still missing. Crews at the site are bracing for Tropical Storm Elsa, Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's has issued a state of emergency in preparation. We have a building here. In Surfside that is.

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"wendy i" Discussed on V103

V103

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on V103

"Wendy's Alright, You're ready. I'm so ready. Here we go. Number one. I'm no doctor, but you should go see one. Okay, number two. Who are you fooling? You know your dad is hitting that Oh, Hope it doesn't land on that one. I'm not right. I think you're lying to yourself. She's gone. She's gone. God do she gone out of them? Number four. You don't never pay back. Oh, doing that. Here we go. Number five. We can't be together because that one of those Okay, Alright, Cat spin it. And then your daddy hitting their wanted more. That it isn't that? Yeah. Oh, it almost landed on that one. But it didn't. It landed on number five. We can't be together because that's done. Yeah. Go to work can't be together because You're staying with your mama. Dude. Yeah. Fastball, right? No, no, We can't be together because you like everybody like how it even feel special. All right, all right. We can't be together. Yeah, because you met me and your mama like each other. That ain't gonna work right there. What? Me and your mama la. Uh, yeah. Come on, Skinny. You should I'm just gonna say this first because this would hurt me. Anyway, This actually happened to me. Oh, A girl told me we can't be together cause I don't like your face. Yeah, you stuck on that one. What are you going to let Okay. God, let's go. You gonna let that got few interest? Steve, You mentioned this. Like everybody. Yeah, I brought it up again. You got to let everything God we can't be together, cause I don't like your facial features. Yeah, You ain't had to deal with that since she was in the movie. I don't like this. No matter what I told you, that you then you then you had to try to get in the movie blow them features of 25. Feet. Now, you on TV air damn week. We don't know your pain. You don't know what I'm going to realize that the day as a half out there that don't like my favorite and I'm on TV all the time. Come on. Shit. We can't be together because I'm just dead right now. I've been lying to you, but ain't none of these kids. Yo. Yeah, that's good..

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That's the end of another episode of bullseye. Bullseye is created in the homes of me and the staff of maximum fund in and around greater los angeles california. Where i just moved and i i swear to god his true. I cannot find my monitor. My computer monitor is somewhere. But i don't know where so i can't use my computer. It's a real mess. The show is produced by speaking into microphones. Our senior producer kevin ferguson. our producer is. Hey soussan broszio. We help. From casey o'brien and jordan cowling production fellows at maximum fund. Our richard roby. Valerie moffitt are interstitial. Music is by dan. Wally also noticed. Dj w our theme song is by the go team. Thanks to them.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That we all knew that most of that record or all of that record is like one of the first time you play that song out. Right in yeah. It's hard to imagine a something like that. Is black his like a board recording from from a show that was like hey guys we got this new tune. We just worked. It was at rehearsal. Remember we were dip rehearsal and we came up with have played a first avenue to try it out. It's like a comedy act you know. Let's go try our act out rain and there was purple rain creighton at your first gig. Yeah that was. Wendy's i geek to. We've been something. wendy requested. Myth my follow up. Question must have been something else. Does he came up to me. Because you're you're nervous. And i was like no yeah. You played a lot of the songs that you worked on with prince Without princess the revolution after he passed away you went out on tour and you know you're well paid professional musicians who mostly work from home or like a studio you own and have kids and et cetera et cetera. Why did you decide to tour. Like touring his heart. And i'm sure that all of you had very complicated feelings about prints in that time in your lives. So why did you choose to take it on the road. We just Meeting the short answer is it's because of love because we needed each other. We love each other as abandon. His people and the loss of prince was really shocking and really a devastating feeling. You know it. We didn't just grief him as a person but we regretting the loss of possibilities and things that we always kept you know. We always kept that plate spinning like something might happen and we will do little things here and there you know. Play with each other and So you know just playing all. The gigs was a grieving process. A healing process for us and as it turned out for a lot of the fans. Yeah we tried to conjure the feeling that we all had when we played together for the audience so they could sort of as well as us since of that moment in time and it was sort of a form of relief relief and a way to keep him alive in a really vibrant way for a moment and we chose songs that absolutely did not need like a real lead singer to kind of due process. We didn't we didn't want we wanted. We chose songs in our repertoire. That really the audience could only sing out loud to us and group vocals. And maybe we had you know a guest vocalist. Come out and do you know. Lead the audience to kiss. But it wasn't like here's the person that's gonna replacing. We didn't want any of that. It was just literally. Let's all just see if we can conjure him in this room and have some sense of relief at this crazy loss and that was really with there was no money in there was nothing. It was so down and dirty. That tour was like put together with spit and spackle. it was incredibly uncomfortable and abroa- an awful and great and is it going to happen again. I don't think so. I i i don't. I don't think that that's in the cards. But it was a great time for us to do that together. And to heal in some way and to get closer as as a band but you know we were missing our master and commander and it just doesn't make much sense when you were doing that tour. Were you able to feel proud of what you personally. And you as a band had accomplished with prince. Yeah the audience. Let us know that we didn't. It was a surprise in a way the how important we were to people. You know the fans that would come in and we do meet and greets after the shows and there was a lot of tears and it was always like i don't know a very deep experience and just to know that he With us he touched so many people and we did at gradually feel more and more proud like with each gig we were we kind of the grief turned into more joy and and pride and that sort of thing but it was. It was difficult especially at. I took a took a while before we could come off the stage smiling. You know we'd come off the stage. Feeling pretty bummed out. I'm glad that you are able to eventually. I mean i think of all the of all the smiles you've brought people you know what i mean even smiling through tears. Yeah yeah. it's pretty pretty amazing process. It's like i said. And then prince happened task. What life is like and then prince happened. A wendy and lisa. I'm so grateful to you for taking this time. And even taking a little bit of extra time and It was such a pleasure and an honor to talk you. I hope you'll come back again and we can talk about more of this stuff. We didn't have time for. I'd love it appreciate it. Thanks jesse wendy melvoin. And lisa coleman everyone such a thrill to have them on the show you can hear their music on cruel summer. Which is airing now on the tv network free form. You probably have already heard. All the classic prince records they worked on but is a good time to revisit. Those also when leases solo records are really good. Let's go out on another single from them. This is from their nineteen eighty-seven self titled.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Each great group of human being. We're all each representatives of him. They were personalities of him or ones that he wanted to be. I think he really wanted to integrate. All sides of himself and the ban represented that that ability to do that and he did it. Well i mean. Bobby z was the one that used to say that once i joined the band he got his fleetwood mac and sly and the family stone and bobby said he used to talk to him about it. All the time he you know to me it felt more like what i just explained second ago which was like an integration of who he was by getting splitting himself off and getting these people in this ban that we're all parts of him. Well that's really true. I mean and that spreads out to him creating the time and vanity six along all the bands and things that he did were all different sizes himself because he was such a creative guy you know he had to pick one thing to really make it in in the business you know. You have to be very specific and he was really good at at doing that. Being of you know pulling the point to your record you know and your personality and your fashion. You know everything. He knew how to be a star. I who what am i. Best friends from high school was your publicist for a little bit for an awards campaign and she normally would represent people that would not be good fits for this show so she never liked pitch man buddy or anything. We've known each other since we were sixteen. So when i heard that she was representing the two of you on this awards campaign. I said whoa. You're representing somebody. That i definitely want to have on the show like can. Can you get them to come. And do Bullseye might even have been called the sound of younger mary. This is ten twelve years ago. And i remember she said. I think i could get them to do it. But they cannot talk about prints because they're not allowed to because lisa said is a fancy lesbian his head. That's true he was. He was a very fancy lesbians. And so i had never. I never actually got around to reading the interview where you truly did say that. Hi lisa and in that bit the question was was prince gay and the two of you were kind of laughing about it but also being very sincere in saying that it was much less about his sexuality being you know that he was interested in in guys but that his his gender expression was so kind of fluid and expansive that he gave what you know. I mean i guess janelle monae is giving prince vibes but like You know print was giving what i would associate with. Janelle monae vibes getting out there in a tuxedo. Where the hips are a lot bigger than the waste. You know what i mean and i. I wonder what what the two of us thought of all that when you were like him working on a day to day basis like he was he was doing a lot. You know i never. And i i know my gay and i know my closeted gay boys. Prince was not one of them. He just wasn't. He was very heterosexual. And this kind of nods to what we were just talking about that. He preferred the beauty of women and representing that kind of beauty on his own body. Then trying to look like steven seagal. If that's your form of macho man. He had no interest in dumbing his physicality down. He was extremely connected to the expression of his. He was like a. It was like a ballet dancer. People used to think that you know. Peter martins was gay great ballet dancer from the eighties and seventies straight as an arrow on the stage. There was such feminine beauty and masculine about the way he moved and a lot of dancers are like that prince had that he just he just didn't he just happened to feel like he looked much better with makeup on and smell better with some female perfume on and have his close maids and wear heels because he wanted to be taller. You know. I never ever got a sense that he was gay. I mean that's why it's funny to call him a lesbian because he loved women jean-edern and a woman. They left being woman. Yeah exactly. I mean maybe my favorite print song of the entire is if i was your girlfriend which is like a song. That is kind of about this very thing. We're talking about. Yeah and and not just the physical part of it but a kind of like jealousy of the intimacy of women that men often struggle to have with man and like that is such a that is such a different thing from being gay like that is totally do not about sexuality gender totally exactly right like if i was your girlfriend is not about him wishing he could be a girl and have girl sex with a girl. It's about wishing that he could have a closeness of kind. Yep yeah exactly this now. You know talking about picking out your clothes and things like that where it's i- girls are like that and and he was like that with his girlfriend's i mean e bike with me you know he'd be like can you put this on or you know he. He was interested in. He would think he would get so excited about it now. It's sexy foot. 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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Air coming to that wreck. Playing that funky disco. Wendy was was that really. The first print song that you ever heard was the very first print song i ever heard. I was underage at nightclub in l. A. called the starwood which is infamous in. Its own right. It had a rock and roll room and then it had a discussion room. And this is nineteen summer of seventy eight and i was underage was probably between the was thirteen or fourteen and my sister and i went to. This club. snuck out of the house. Sh- sorry dad. Sorry mom and i was on the disco floor baby and the dj put that record on. And i was completely mess and mind you. I will always a funky kid. I loved everything that was funky. I loved everything that was soulful. My favorite records. Were all the deepest darkest of all the funk records in the seventies. And then. I wanted to be john mclaughlin from havana. Sh- new so. I was a complicated. Listen wait what were the what. What were you like listening to like mandrell or something. Sure i listened to manual. Yes of course it did. I also listened to most thirteen thirteen-year-old deep. I was deep. You can't i mean my friend. Q tip and i send records back to each other to see whether or not we can stump each other with that era and we he can't stump me. He can't stop me he just can't good yeah so So by that time. I was on the dance floor and i was. I heard that record. I ran up to the dj. Knows like oh my god. Who is that girl. I thought it was a girl i did and he said no. It's not a girl. It's young kid named prince and that be started my love affair. I was completely obsessed with him. And then when i found out lisa had gotten that gig on the dirty mind record and she really didn't know who he was an. I got wind of it back eastward. I was going to school. And i was like. Does she have any idea who she just got a gig with. And then i came back to l. a. one summer and went to the coleman's house and lisa was back from minnesota just from her audition and put on the cassette of dirty mind. And i heard. Lisa's say i'm just a virgin. And i'm on my way to be wed and i lost my mind. I couldn't believe i couldn't believe it. I couldn't talk to. Because i i didn't know prints i i didn't know his music was really. You know kind of a snob. I think when i think about it i was heavy into classical and was really focused on that and then all of a sudden ended up in prince's bannon's it seemed like a real. It was cognitive dissonance. You know what but she was. It was it was perfect prince happened. Yeah tell and prince happened. That's exactly right and then that happened. Yeah and he. He adored her. Because you know he could kinda do everybody. And everybody's position and ban. He could outdo you. You know what i mean. He couldn't do. Lisa tried for years and years to do to be lisa to do to channel her when he'd play piano and he could never do it. And so he kind of away think coveted the fact that She was so singular and Such a singular voice musically and. I think it's probably one of the more important musical relationship he's ever had because of that. I mean when i think of dirty mind. Which is maybe my favorite prints record. Certainly one of my favorite records of all time. Same here like yeah. I mean you know when you when you talk about like prince just a couple years earlier you think like this is a person capable of immense greatness and then you listen to dirty mind and you're like oh wow this says not light up the entire is not and it's it's. It's only thirty two minutes long. And it's it's so groundbreaking. Every time i talk to people about prince and they're like wanna know what. Do a deep dive. I say you. You have to listen to dirty mind. I mean that's where he was the most sweaty dirty uncomfortable yet convicted and dark and yet sexy and playful and manipulative and smart and what he was doing with sounds by trying to take that new wave era and put it into a funk environment to try and outdo like the rick james of the world's and the zaps of the world and all that kind of he was it was everything it was and then he looked like this weird like transgender check. He looked like a guinea like he could have been in. You know Paris is burning. I mean just what the only other person that had done anything. That was david bowie. But he didn't. David wasn't even that person off off the microphone. He became like a really kind straight guy. Prince was that guy off. The sound of dirty mind is is what i think of the most in a lot of that sound is keyboards. So where did all those sounds come from when you first started with prince and you're like walking in cold Into this weird situation like where did all that stuff come from. He was really specific with that stuff. He would most often already have a sound picked out and he would just point me to it and say here play this play the sound and and he was not afraid of presets back then and you know they were still new. You know you'd get an arp omni or something and had you know three buttons that you could choose you know censored since string or just string like wow. This is the magic combination right. This prince was just turn everything up just like his philosophy was pin. It pin the meters to spin it. Just anything in life you know.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"To that from the producers and the writers where they had all of these little artifacts and little trinkets inside the title sequence cards like her wedding band that she hides pocket a stethoscope There there were there were poo hills right. So there's lots of secrets. Her hiding things and we wanted to incorporate is much of those sounds in our heads that we kind of put a narrative to and create this beautiful title sequence and it worked really well because we also got to work with the title sequence. So if you saw jackie take her wedding band and put it in her pocket. We were able to actually score that movement. So that when you watch the visual you can see jackie that your eye and the audience could actually focus on that moment so it was really a really conscious effort to make those things pop out musically and then we you know some fun things too like for shakers. We used Till bottles bottles have aspirin or whatever it was advil or just because we were seeing pill bottles. She opens the medicine cabinet in benca pills. Ditto ball out fall out so in the shakers come in. so he's till bottles for the shakers and stuff like that. It's just it's fun when you get a chance to work with the visual. Do the two of you remember how old you are when you first met. I was two years old. Yeah like five I remember it perfectly was in the backyard of a valley house. My mother and father had my sister and brother and me were in our backyard. And the coleman family came over and lisa was in the backyard with me. And i was playing with a big red ball and i was bouncing it in the backyard and bounced to her and she said to me. That balls cockeyed an. I'd never heard that word before being two years old. I didn't have a lot of room to find out what that word. But it stuck with me because of she she connected the angle at which dropped and it would go. It went to the left instead of directly to her. So she said that balls cockeyed. Yeah because i was a good catch and you know for me to miss. It was a big deal. So that ball was cockeyed. Anyway i remember it well and i was to do you remember at lisa. I do remember. And i remember their house particularly the living room because wendy's father was a piano player and the living room was completely taken up by his grand piano and i remember crawling underneath it to get through the house. It was you know it was pretty much. The living room was a pm a nine foot grocery trian steinberg in the middle of the living room in this tiny little house in the valley. So it made sense. I liked the two of you. Were two and five years old. And you're essentially playing in a giant metaphor. Subtlety there really well spotted. So both of your fathers were musicians. In the wrecking crew. Like one of the most legendary groups of session musicians ever did that mean that you saw a lot of each other. You were kids. Oh yeah we had the. We went to the same schools. Had the same doctors are mothers. Were you know weekenders constantly and the cat kids would go from one house to the other house and it was. Yeah we were. We were kind of grew up in the same kittens. Yeah we're a bunch of kittens. Exactly did you think it was cool. That your fathers were musicians or did you think it was weird and annoying. Oh no. I loved it. There's great people around us all the time we we were exposed to everything. You know an infinite money. On both lisa and i had mothers that were huge music fans massive music fans and loved everything and played everything in exposed as to everything in our fathers. Were like the studio guys right. But they didn't have the same. Well that's not true a gerry. Lisa's father who's like groundbreaking percussionist. And then you know probably had the first over an arp. Twenty six hundred in his little studio in the house in nineteen seventy. They were all really They explored everything in our. But our mothers i think are the ones that kind of exposed us to what the emotion was behind music more than the technique of music which was more on our father's side. I think i mean. That's how i mean that's great because we got such a whole world of appreciation for music from our fathers who worked and were professionals. Add it and our mothers who were talented but also forced into being mothers and raising kids and and they taught us how to love music. My mother was a singer a jazz singer as a teenager and she used to lie about her age and clubs and stuff like that but of course when she got married you know she quit and to raise a family and all that stuff says but she had this passion inside her for music and You know she would sit us. Kids down and play us a mozart symphony or something crazy like that and you know we would sit there as long as we could pay attention but you know we got it. We understood why she was doing that. And you know how how vast the world of music is and how we could always find a home there somewhere in you know in many lots of ways then different styles and things like that. I asked her a member are. My mother was the one that used to play the records. My father used to make the records and my mother was the one that was always putting a record on the turntable so that was a big influence for me. I was listening to the two of you on our sister. Show heat rocks. You were talking about the prince album around the world in a day just casually kind of dropped. Oh yeah like around our house. There was a lot of musique concrete and stockhausen and stuff bedtime. I i was trying to imagine being like a ten year old and you know. I'd modern classical music. I mean we used. We used to have a kid ban the melvoin. The cullman had a kid ban and we used to pretend we would like right that kind of music down in my father's studio we'd all grab instruments and do our own version of stockhausen. Yeah pretty funny. We play stock housing on halloween. When people would come win trick or treaters would come because it was so weird. Scared people more than how haunted house. Sounds like what is that. So true ice. That's my stockhausen invitation..

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Man. You lisa welcome to bulls. I'm so happy to have you on the show. Thanks jesse niki. Nice to be here. I want to get into your lives and careers more. Broadly in a minute. But i wanted to start with composing particularly tv. Themes are you to are emmy award. Winners at this point What do you get when someone is looking for a theme for tv show like do you get a call. I that says we want wendy. And lisa or do you submit a demo. Or how does it work usually. It's been that we've been scoring the show. We get higher describe the show and then it seems like main titles are sort of a last minute decision on the one times through. They're not sure it there didn't used to be it. Used to be a little more deliberate. And we've done a lot of really good themes when we get to work with the graphics company or whoever's doing the title design and if we get a chance to go kind of back and forth sending music picture back and forth to match cuts and to develop the whole thing We did that on carnival. Really a great collaboration and also under stocky it you know. It went through several different lives in until it ended up when it was in Yeah i think it's really great when you get to collaborate with the title house. I'll i'll add to that. You knew that it's funny. 'cause main title sequences aren't as revered as they used to be back in the say the sixty seventies and eighties so nowadays they really only half time for between five and eleven seconds for main title card. That kind of says it all about your show lot of the time into these streaming services because people are binging and they don't want any they don't wanna thirty second title sequence. You know that goes between an opening. Act the first act of a show. So we've had to the past handful of years even since nurse. Jackie develop these sounds that will a show intense seconds. And it's a tall order. But where a lot of times in the position now to ask the producers once were hired are you thinking about a main title sequence. We are emmy award winners for that very thing and it might be nice to do something special for your show so we always push for that but in the end it doesn't normally end up that way because they're looking for so much to happen in between five and eleven seconds were working on something right now where the opening acts i q has to just tale of cards so it's a completely different orientation but when we do get offered or when we push an it's accepted to actually do a main title sequence we really dig it because we love to work with the like lisa had mentioned the title house so it's really great to work with them and then work with the show runner on what they're trying to say in that opening title sequence. It's a job and if you get you know network. Tv for instance. They're still doing you know big main title sequences but we haven't been on a network show since we did shades of blue for Nbc was the jennifer lopez cop. Show with ray liotta wheat. That was the last main title that we actually did for network and since then We haven't actually done an actual well. I guess cw would be considered one of the networks. So we did do that. So god there's spence we've done so much Anyway it's great to be able to do a main a longer main title sequence. It's always fun for us to do is to create kind of like the What do they call it. A deck the the idea the uber narrative of the show in a thirty second tile sequences really lovely to do i mean tv title. Sequences are such an important part of television. Because especially in anything where you might get dropped into it not from the very beginning the job of that title sequences to basically tell you everything about the entire xiao if you think of. I don't know what the most iconic title sequences rb star trek where there's both that soaring music and that sort of give that tells you what exactly is going to happen. You know you think of like great sitcoms where they introduce all the characters and the situation visually while music plays. That is the you know. Whatever the odd couple theme or something. The neal hefti odd couple theme is fantastic. Yeah did you. By the way no that. That song has lyrics. Yes just like mash does just like the title sequence to mash. I literally can't hear it now. Like in a better know where you hear the odd couple other than in your head without seeing everywhere they go. They are known as the car pro. Love that that's great. But do you get like a brief. Sometimes you've been working on the show scoring it. So you're pretty familiar with what the show runner and directors and writers want. But when you're not do you get like Do you get a breakdown of what kind of thing it should be not normally. That's the joy of us working with the title house. If we've done already done cues for a pilot. We have a pretty good idea of sounds and themes that we need to incorporate and when we're initially doing something for a pilot we literally think about themes and how that's going to translate into something like you know main title so give me an example of a theme that you're particularly proud of and how it developed how how those iterations and communications between you and the title house and the show runners and so forth developed over time well nurse jackie. The one we won the emmy for. I think i'm really proud of that. Because at one. An ami deeper much deeper than that. I mean we sat. I wanted to create a sound for eighty character that was playful.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Support for npr and the following message. Come from feather furniture. And so that makes any floor plan feel like home get comfy curated furniture for as long as you need visit live feathered dot com and use promo code. Npr two hundred at checkout feather furniture. Magic is here bullseye. with jesse. Thorn is a production of maximum fund. Dot org in is distributed by npr. It's bullseye i'm just wendy. Melvoin and lisa were born in the sixties. They grew up here in los angeles where we make bullseye. Wendy's father mike. Melvoin was a session musician. Mainly on piano in organ. Lisa's father garry was also a session musician. He played percussion. They were members of the legendary. They played on everything. Wendy and lisa went to each other's birthday parties catch in their early twenties the to started dating also around that time. Lisa started playing keys and singing with prince. You can near her work on prince's breakthrough album dirty. Mind ahead not long after that. Wendy joined on guitar soon. They were integral members of prince's band. The revolution together did stone cold classics like purple rain. Raspberry kiss when doves cry magic game mom gave you..

"wendy i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Eileen massa can pronounce his name correctly but he was producing her and he was producing bruce at the same time and he was really the one who kept on hammering her like heavy. Listen to that. Bruce tape yet you know. Are you going to get around to it. And she was not doing it and it was actually tied to this routine. She had with The who was going to become her husband where he would call every night at like six thirty or so and one night for whatever isn't he didn't call and she was really anxious about it and that's when she finally listened to the song and then she funneled all of this You know love that she had and this whole Angst about waiting for waiting to talk to this person into that song and it just kind of flowed out of her So that's the other. The other thing. I like about that song on. Particulars is really inspired by love. And it really wasn't interesting collaboration. I it really was. It was all right well. And that's a great Ford did you have any honorable. Mentions i do. I have several honorable action. Dos so care. My honorable mentions Joni mitchell yes. Stevie nicks s dolly parton us madonna. Yeah annie lennox. Yeah am loretta lynn. Very nice very nice. Those are all great choices and end a diversity. You continue to show the diversity in. I think i think if people don't understand. I i don't know if you ended up watching. Ken burns country music documentary but he covered the breath the beauty of country music and how the red violin and dolly parton i. They are wonderful songwriters and wonderful performers and such an influence to a whole 'nother generation of music. Makers they are. i mean i. I had known that about delhi. Pardon before i watched that. Ken burns thing Loretta lynn. i did not know as much about Her until i watched that. And i also didn't know that much about merle haggard or kris kristofferson Until i watched that. I knew about hank williams of stone gossard whose the rhythm guitar player for pearl jam often talks about. Hank williams So i knew he had a lot of influence on a lot of guitar. Players a musicians but Yeah and i mean so are we gonna do bands. Yes okay so bands. I did not impose the same restriction on myself other than and. I did not do this as like my favorite bands or nfl elite I'll explain but not so. I'll start with my with the one who i think is is a person who has to be acknowledged for being the source of so much rock music that came even though he was a blues player. Which is robert johnson So robert johnson is the one who people always tell the story you know he went down to the crossroads and sold devil But without robert johnson. You know we don't have eric clapton. And bob dylan and you know pretty much. Every band agree this season the rolling stones and i love blues. I was fortunate to have been introduced to the blues when i was in college I almost put sam. And dave and here instead of robert johnson. But i really felt like because Really because of eric clapton and roll stones like it..

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"wendy i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Eddie that voice and also hearing him sing a song that i didn't really because it wasn't a radio hit But when i heard him sing it and i heard the crowd respond to it as like. Oh i guess. I'm not the only one who really likes that one You know you have those moments of two. Yeah it is so i. I kind of reached the wendy and we. We exchanged emails. And i told her that We've had a couple of people. We had a full episode on the regular feed about mount rushmore of rock. And you know. We gave. The premise of you could pick four solo artists than four groups. And who would you put and we had a really good discussion of Dr scott and i about it. We got a lot of different listeners. Gave it so. I said since wendy Wasn't involved in that voice. I thought it would be kind of fun. Way for her to give a little extra so I think you've done your homework. Wendy share a little bit You want to start with groups or solo i can start with the individuals. Okay and i specifically kind of disregarded the criteria giving absolutely perfect. I i want you to yet. Like give me a name and i love. How did you go about picking what you thought should belong on that well So first and foremost. I wanted them to be women. The women are not highlighted enough for the contributions to the arts in general and music in particular So that was my criteria. Was i want these to be the individuals to be women And i really thought about. I just women artists that means something to me that spoke to me But also have had an impact on other people And if they had any connection whatsoever to pearl jam or bruce that was definitely also a consideration but but not really a primary one so And i also thought about whether they were really rock and.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Her staff felt very threatened being close to him because you know the physical proximity and the court basically had to physically put barriers in between them to ensure the prosecutor and her staff and their safety. The toxicology report was kind of i would say a wash. It showed that. Wendy had some narcotics. Her did show that she had percocet but not so much that it would have rendered her incapacitated her which fits with what you'll the said. They said she was out of it but not completely the defense. Obviously a scotto on his team is using this to say no. She just took a little bit. We didn't put this in her drink then. The medical examiner took the stand and said he believed wendy was hit by two assailants which was somewhat of a shock. But not really. Do you know what it was based on. Yeah there was some of the blows to her one look like come from a right handed person another from a left handed person but that could be it could be but you might also then say well. Maybe you'll lonzo participated even more than she actually said she. Was there actually helping him and physically harming wendy or hurting her maybe. She participated more than she said she did. There was no dna from a scotto found on wendy. No weapon found. We know that but what in his dna had been on her anyway if they were together the hotel. Yeah right so that's right now. That's that's washington and you just didn't have the dna evidence. After a bizarre seven-week trial prosecutor gail levin would give her closing explaining that she would love to charge yolanda. But she didn't because of her deal. And i want you to remember that because i want to discuss this deal a bit more. That's what the prosecutor said. She got up and said you. Llandough surreal is disgusting person. She's guilty. I want to charge her too. But i can't unbound by this deal. I made with her and without her we would have never gotten him and he was the mastermind. This is his con his murder. Scotto had his court appointed counsel provide the closing. He hadn't done a good job maybe up. This was his last ditch effort. He said the case was circumstance. He got up there and say look. This is a circumstantial case and really there was never enough evidence to convict to scotto. He pointed to the obvious killer. Who made a deal on the stand and saved her. Hide implicated a scotto. But what would the jury think. There was a verdict in less than three hours. What do you think amy too short. Yeah and what do you think that means guilty. Guilty of first degree premeditated murder as scotto had no reaction. The family cried out an obvious relief and possibly joy that wendy would have some justice..

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"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Yulon takes the stand. Yolanda would finally tell the court family and spectators. What she said really happened to wendy. And that's what everyone was waiting for so this was on her direct examination i. She said that she was heartbroken. By michelle's decision to leave her just setting the stage but then she said that michelle was just going to marry wendy for the money and then wendy would die and they would get back together. Good yolanda said that she helped michelle plan and carry out his crime. Now i just want to say that you'll want had said before when she struck the deal that she helped afterwards on on the stand she is telling a different story. She is now explaining that she helped in the planning and at various stages. She premeditated this murder with him so she's no longer immune issue. That's a question that we're gonna. That's the thing that i want to ask you later in what you think because initially when she negotiated the deal it was that she had done things afterwards to help them cover up she knew and whatnot. Now what we're hearing at trial. Wait till you hear this. She said that she helped. Michelle try to simulate drowning in her own tub of herself basically had michelle drowned her to see what it would look like. Would it leave physical marks at and this was her idea and she said that after she came up from the water because she You know almost got close to drowning. She told michelle. No you can't do that because it's gonna leave marks if you hold her down. She suggested that he drugged wendy. Do not go out and then drowned her using a towel to hold her down instead of hands so that it wouldn't leave those marks. We were just talking about. And she's saying on the sand all this on the stand and she's crying and talking about how she's remorseful or she might be remorseful or she might be a complete antisocial. Yeah i mean on the stand. She's crying but you don't know if she's crying for it's fake. Uganda helped him grinded up. They got percocet and they grind up basically the percocet that she did it. Like with a mortar and pestle l. Sorry no she didn't get the drugs but she he got them and she helped grind them up so she's again at every step she's planning she's helping a sotos slip. The drugs in wendy's drank that night in the hotel the hotel. They went to near their home but he couldn't drown her. And i don't know if it's like he couldn't go through with it or did he. Just couldn't she was still. Wendy wasn't completely out so he put a clearly out of it wendy in the car and took her to.

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"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Police said that you know he was cooperative but they were suspects because this is a story that just doesn't add up now that wendy's been identified. They know she's been murdered. They've spoken to michelle. They have to start to put together the pieces here and the police find out pretty quickly that michelle and wendy. Were part of the swingers lifestyle in miami beach. Yeah is that way they were at the hotel. No and it seems that this is it seems that they may were on the fringes not flee merced more like this was michelle's desire and maybe an i don't think it was wendy's but maybe she participated in some things you know. It's unfair to because she's not around to say what and it's really more of his word the problem or the the good thing. I you whichever way you look at it as this emerges as a possible motivation for the crime that some type of sexual swinging situation went awry. Did i'm sorry. Did they find this out from a shell or from other investigative. They found that from michelle talked about it. He talked openly and freely about it and he describes himself as club goers and we also partook in. This isn't a swingers. So they found or he's just trying to set up a i was gonna say so you can either say why would he tell them that. Well perhaps he's trying to provide them with like you had mentioned on alternative. Yeah okay so the police are looking at. This is this is there. Is there some involvement with someone. They met at a swing swing clubs. Maybe someone became obsessed with wendy also. She was this young beautiful vicious woman. Maybe someone's following them so they look at this as an angle. And i think they take this serious we also have someone else emerge as key suspect in the investigation and that was yolanda scenario. She was the ex girlfriend of michelle goto and she was very much still in love with him. Can i ask was wendy sexually assaulted at all. No signs of sexual assault at..

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"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"wendy i" Discussed on Women and Crime

"This podcast may contain content. That is graphic and disturbing in nature listener. Discretion is advised four days after her marriage. This beautiful loving young twenty one year old newlywed living in south beach florida was murdered. Was this brutal murder by a stranger or someone else have a motive to kill her. This is episode thirty six. The wendy trapani story Amy.

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