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Fresh update on "wolfe" discussed on Philadelphia's Morning Answer
"Sizing Texas, Mississippi and other states for ending mask mandates and other covert 19 restrictions. I think it's a big mistake. Look, e. I hope everybody realized by now. His mask make a difference. Speaking in the Oval Office, he called it Neanderthal thinking to believe that mask wearing isn't necessary. It's still matters, the CDC warns. There's a risk of a major setback in the fight against covered 19 just as vaccines are becoming widespread. Greg Clugston Washington The House approves sweeping voting reform legislation over GOP opposition, with Republicans arguing the bill Like it easier to commit voter fraud. The bill would be the largest overhaul of U. S election law in at least a generation HR. One would restrict partisan Jerry Mandarin of congressional districts strike down hurdles to voting and require so called dark money political groups to disclose anonymous donors. The House vote was to 22 to 10 with every Republican voting against passage. Although Vice president Kamila Harris holds the tie breaking vote for most legislation in the 50 57 60 votes will Be needed to overcome a Republican filibuster might cross CIA, Washington and a police reform build of the George Floyd Justice and Policing Act is also clear the House with no GOP support. U. S. Capitol. Police say they have intelligence concerning a possible plot by a militia group to breach the capital sometime today, brother of new violence leading House lawmakers through abruptly wrap up their work for the week earlier than planned. Wall Street. Dow futures down 22 points NASDAQ futures off 21 Or on these stories, town hall dot com. You live here? He lives here. You are role models for the rest of the media. You really do investigative reporting and informative interviews. Absolutely love your show. Good morning, sir. And thank you for everything you do. This is Philadelphia's morning answer with Krista Go on Philadelphia's AM 9 90 the answer. Glad to have you here today. Telephone number 61 Oh 8 50 09 90. Tom Wolfe has formally announced Teachers will be moving.
"wolfe" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson
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Could more women-led tech companies make the internet less awful?
"The dating app. Fumbles wiped right on. Its ipo last week. Making it ceo whitney wolfe heard the youngest female ceo take a public. Not only that. But eight of the company's eleven board members also identify as women and that has more than just symbolic power bumble has styled itself as a women first dating app. The platform encourages them to send the first message. It also moderates the photos that are on profiles and the ones sent through direct messages so users won't get any revealing content. They didn't ask for sarah. Kunst is the managing director of cleo capital and she advised about on its venture capital arm. I asked her if all that translates into more women on the app then men. No you know it's funny. They're more men. Because it turns out that when you empower women and when you give people dignity and equity in the relationships that it helps everybody. It's not just women. And how much of that do you think is because of the type of content moderation. It does not allowing photos of shirtless men are worse. I think that's a huge part of it right when you think. Oh maybe maybe. I'll go meet the love of my life today on a dating app and instead you see something that you really did not want to see. It's disappointing and and it makes you less excited to do it and so bumble hs done a ton of work in making sure that you know people are who they say. They are with things like photo verification to that. They're not doing creepy mean rude things and if they do than than the the companies taking a really firm stance that it's really kind of one strike and you're out with everything from people who want to body shame to people who are sending lewd images that's not okay and certainly the legislation that they've been able to work on and push through in the state of texas to make sending a picture that exposes yourself illegal. It makes so much sense. Those are the kinds of things that are so obvious. In retrospect but but nobody in the dating app world and the online dating world had taken that stand yet. And i think it's pretty clear from the market debut. There's a lot of success in helping people. Just treat each other better given that success. Do you think you'll see more companies kind of taking that same path of moderation. I mean i think this is happening right. I really kinda everywhere right now in our world online when you look at everything from twitter's tussles with the last president to the facebook review board. They're starting to be this understanding that you can't be the wild west right you build roads in the real world but then you put up speed limit. I think we're seeing that happen. A lot. Right now in the digital world and i think companies like bumble. That had the vision that had the real kind of character to stand up and say. This isn't okay. we're not doing it. I think that really really matters. And so that. I think is something that we're going to see more of less of and it certainly hasn't escaped my notice that it seems like women led companies in particular are really leaning that way. Now this good news for bumble comes on the heels of what looks like bad news. For other women lead tech companies with so many facets of life the pandemic seems to have exacerbated inequities including with venture funding the share venture capital dollars for companies founded by women declined last year to point three percent according to crunch base. So what happened. And what do you think needs to happen at change. That i mean the good news is it is a frustrating problem with very simple solution. The solution is now fund more women and fund more more women. Because you either fundamentally believe that somehow men are just so much naturally better at running companies and raising money that they take ninety percent plus of all venture funding. Or you think that there is some inequity and there's a problem to be solved there and you know the reason to solve. It isn't the the social mission. It's because if you are leaving that much money on the table by not funding women. Then you're not gonna make as much money as you should and you know it is your job as a investor as a venture capital investor to make money and so by only looking at a sliver of the population. You know that's a lot of money you're not making and that's not good. So that's the solution. Why is it a problem. I mean the reason for this problem is always the same. The reasons never change. it's always. it's always sexism. It's always biased. It's always you know the concept of hama awfully of sane. Every human is generally drawn to people who remind them of themselves. And when you don't have enough diversity on the investing side of the table. You're very unlikely to see that diversity take place on the founder side you know. Bumble obviously had a really successful. Ipo do you think that will make a difference. You know in all of the stuff that you're talking about you know the success of stumbles ipo. And and being the youngest woman take a company. Public reminds me of this excessive katrina lake in such fix a few years back. And it's it is certainly helping to move that needle right if if you can't be what you can't see shortly after fumbles. Ipo came to marquette allison from from the ceo of our modern help. You know a company. That recently became a a unicorn. You have said openly that that she looks at that is is a real inspiration to think about you. Know how do we. How do we get an even younger woman to show her company next now. They're looking at that. I think that that deeply matter is built on the founder side and on the investor side. Because when you start to see that it becomes a lot easier of the next time a woman walks in your office building a company that you might not one hundred percent understand because it's not fixing a personal pain point for you and say well i mean if there's been all this success in the market and this person seems interesting incredible. Why wouldn't they be next. And so i think it's incredibly incredibly important.
Bumble founder Whitney Wolfe Herd becomes youngest self-made woman billionaire after IPO
"From the daily Mail dating out bumbles founders become a billionaire 31. Wow. Now I have a question about this. At the end that I may require some audience participation. Whitney Wolfe herds. Wealth jumped from £62 million to £1.1 billion as her firm celebrated a stellar first day trading on Wall Street was shares storing nearly 80% on their stock market debut s so they went public, and that is how that happened.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Urges Lawmakers To Raise Minimum Wage To $12 An Hour This Year
"Biden has been pushing to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour and now governor Tom Wolfe is again calling to raise and Sylvania is hourly minimum to $15. Keystone State's current minimum wage is $7.25. Wolf wants to catapulted to $12 an hour on July 1st, followed by annual increases of 50 cents. Reteamed 15 Bucks in July, 2027.
Frustrations mount for people trying to get COVID-19 vaccine
"To get a covert vaccination simply aren't able to set up an appointment to get one right now. And it's Kate. Whatever you Saddam's cousin. It's reports that's causing a lot of frustration among Pennsylvania residents. It's been nearly impossible for Queen Village resident Rachel Cohen, securing the vaccination appointment for her mom and her mom's partner requires time, patience and computer savvy multiple websites that I check throughout the day because Pennsylvania have distributed doses to individual organizations across the state to move the governor Tom Wolfe defense If we had registration for every county that had their own health department, we'd basically be talking about central Dateline registration and I'm not sure that that would be a better alternative than farming it out to 1000 decentralized distributed pre equitably across the Commonwealth. But is it really equitable that if there are no local doses available, Lauren Bruise ex parents who have the means to go elsewhere for the vaccine will do so they were willing to drive to get their vaccine so I used zip codes within two hours of their house. Nicole friend of Yardley says the hot commodity these days are linked to vaccine registration websites that are forwarded among friends. Hear from others that their elderly parents had gotten vaccinated. But it's you know someone and that to leave those who are not so well connected. Still waiting. It's pretty much every man, woman and child for himself. Adults cousin.
Acting DHS Chief Chad Wolf Resigns Ahead Of Inauguration
"The acting homeland Security secretary steps down. CBS is Debra Alfa Ronan reports from the capital. The abrupt resignation of acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf is drawing sharp criticism from security experts. The resignation of the homeland Security secretary nine days before National Security special event that he himself is responsible for is both disgraceful and irresponsible. Wolfe's resignation comes less than a week after he pledged to remain in office. And as the FBI warns of armed protests planned at all 50 state capitals leading up to the inauguration, President Trump is taking no responsibility for the violent insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. He made the comments during a trip today in Texas
Teachers will be part of the 1B phase of COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Maryland
"Maryland Maryland Teachers Teachers will will be be joining joining those those in in Phase Phase one one B B of of the the cove cove in in 19 19 vaccination vaccination process. process. Governor Governor Larry Larry Hogan Hogan announced announced that that he he was was adding adding teachers teachers to to that that cohort. cohort. Overall, Overall, this revised phase one b of our plan now includes approximately 860,000. Additional Marylanders. Those in one B include more than just teachers. But there have been requests, including from the Montgomery County Board of Education President Brenda Wolfe and Superintendent Jack Smith. To see teachers get the vaccinations sooner. Hogan announced the shift, saying the state could reach phase one Be by the end of
Montgomery County Restaurants Getting Creative During Ban on Indoor Dining
"If you're tired of being cooped up, and you can't wait until Monday, when the restrictions are lifted for indoor dining, you have some choices. This weekend, Some Montgomery County restaurants will have heated outdoor dining ceding to celebrate the new year. Would've these. Mark Abrams joins us now Mark. These restaurants are really doing whatever they can to bring in customers. Well, they are. And in a few days, Governor Tom Wolfe's ban on indoor dining to stop the search and Cove in 19 cases will be lifted, but not in time for people to celebrate the new year. Go do something really different and get some outdoor dining, very European style. I feel like we've got going in Montgomery County right now. That's Rachel Riley of the Valley Forge, Tourism and Convention board. Who tells me There are variety of restaurants offering seeding, intense or on patios with heaters and heating lamps. Riley says the restaurant's our organization has compiled offer options for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. She says. You'll need to call ahead to make reservations because of the limited seating. And don't forget your mask. You could find more about the restaurant's doing outdoor dining at Valley Forge dot or
Pennsylvania will lift tougher restrictions on indoor dining and casinos
"19 restrictions in Pennsylvania will soon be lifted, and that includes indoor dining as K Y. W is Justin Nudo reports, officials say these restrictions have worked to flatten the curve. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe says the number of statewide positivity cases of Copan 19 have gone down for two weeks in a row. That's a big reason. Starting January 4th. He's reverting mitigation efforts he implemented in early December that includes 10 Person, indoor and 25 person, outdoor gathering limits ban on indoor operations, restaurants and bars, gyms and entertainment venues and the suspension of extra curricular activities. Wolf says. Lifting those bands does not mean the state is out of the woods when it comes to the fight against Cove in 19. And for that reason he's keeping other mitigation efforts in place. Gathering limits based on venue size that stays, he adds. Business capacity limits will also remain. If we get complacent and let case numbers begin to go back up the danger to our communities to our families to our health care system will return with swift and deadly consequences. These changes do not affect Philadelphia County, which follows its own guidelines. Justin
"wolfe" Discussed on Photography Radio
"Been photographer of the year. We as an honorary fellow of the royal photographic society has works even onto postage stamps. It is a career absolutely celebrating. Photography and the relationship to the natural world are good morning. Good afternoon how are you sir. Great scott thanks for having me today. It is my pleasure. There is an awful lot that i want to talk about today. But i feel like one of the things that we need to get out. There of course is how you got started. I know from reading the information on the web that both of your parents were artists in the seattle area. You got a bfa from the university of washington but within four years of graduation you at work in national geographic and your first photo book was out that is extraordinary. So tell me about the twelve year old art wolfe with an instamatic in flash cube or this whole magnificent career got started. Actually i was thirteen. So you're really close. I was up in the bowery lakes which are Chain of lakes up in british colombia. I had a brownie. Fiesta and i can remember. We were canoeing. I was part of a ymca a group of young people that were doing. This eighty mile canoe portage in and there was a grand adventure. I always was the kid that love being out in the wild and but about back to the camera. I had this brownie fiesta. And we're floating in the lake in a canoe on there was a moot that was eating submerging vegetation every time stuck its head under the water. Grab so vegetation we would paddle up closer on can remember. Almost having the front of her canoe bumped the backside of the most. And i was taking pictures with the fiesta. And those in fact were the first faldo's but it was such a instant hook for me. I couldn't wait to get that film back and look at those photos and yeah i never have looked back but i always remember that moment and over the years i was always the school artists. I painted i drew. My mother was a commercial artist. My father was a navy photographer during world war two so his love of photography her love of drawing tend to combined in me and i went through. The university of washington ultimately got degrees in painting. Beinart education bought. I was also a climber and on weekends be up the mountain climbing. And now my father had given me an old four by five speed graphic and i was starting to photograph black and white photos of the north cascades mount ranier on and you get the idea by the way and by the time i graduated from the u..
Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman star in 'Ma Rainey'
"The enter chadwick. Boseman died of cancer in august at the age of forty three not long after he finished shooting the movie mall. Rainey's black bottom now streaming on netflix. The movie stars viola. Davis is the famous blue singer mall rainy and was adapted from august. Wilson's play our film critic. Justin chang says that boseman's final screen performance ranks among his very best. One reason chadwick boseman was such. An extraordinary actor was his ability to command the screen without hogging the spotlight. His presence was so quietly magnetic that even when he played real life. Heroes like jackie robinson and thurgood marshall or fictional ones like king to challa in black panther. He still seemed like the most self effacing of movie stars but boseman could also go big like when he took on james brown in the musical bio-pic get on up and gave his most electrifying performance. Until now it's devastating. That ma rainey's black bottom is the last new. Boseman movie will ever see this. Excellent adaptation of august wilson's nineteen eighty to play from the director george c wolfe and the screenwriter ruben. Santiago hudson is both a precious parting gift and a punch in the gut even more than get on up. Boseman holds nothing back. He emptied himself out onscreen. He plays levy a gifted and ambitious trumpet player struggling to forge his way in a white man's world or this case a white man's recording studio where most of the movie takes place. It's a sweltering hot day in nineteen twenty seven chicago in the pioneering southern blues singer ma rainey played by a superb viola. Davis is planning to record some of her most popular songs. Mas name may be in the place title. But she isn't the main narrative focus here much of the story unfolds while the four musicians in her band are waiting for her to show up at the studio. During the rehearsal session cutler the guitar and trombone player played by colman. Domingo wants to stick with their usual arrangement for a particular song but levy wants to use a new edgier version that he composed. It doesn't take long for the arguments to start and the egos to emerge. How's your name in. So i just played a piece whatever they want them. Criticizing the people's music like you. I got talent. Oh man is we tagged. My dad had a note. I was gonna turn out like the name mccabe. I'm going to give me a bad and make some shots. I don't give them instead of my. I wrote and he say going to let me record when i get my band together. I just got last part of song. I got stopped or everybody gets out there. And other keeping the same idea from the beginning in everybody got a game plan for all his outward swagger boseman later lays bare. The anguish beneath levies self-assured grin in a spellbinding monologue about his southern childhood. He reveals the acts of violence that were committed against his family by a gang of white men he's witnessed unspeakable horrors and fought hard for his shot at success. And he's not about to let anyone stand in his way not even marini herself when she finally shows up at the studio via davis who won an oscar for her work. In another wilson. Adaptation fences is magnificent. Here in the kind of full throated diva showcase. She's rarely taken on becoming more rainy. Required quite the transformation davis wears a padded rubber suit and sports. A mouthful of gold teeth and her vocals are supplied by the singer. Maxine lewis but the performance never feels needlessly. Flashy and davis is best moments are the ones in which she shows us. Ma rainey's anxious calculating side when she stops the recording session because no one's brought her the bottle of coke she always insists on before singing. She isn't just causing a fuss. Exactly what she's worth and how much power she commands in a predominantly white male industry and she's determined to push yourself right up to that line without crossing it marines. Black bottom is one of ten plays in august. Wilson's epic pittsburgh cycle and the only one that isn't actually set in pittsburgh wilson's insights into the complexities of twentieth century. African american experience cemented his reputation as one of this country's greatest dramatists. The filmmakers haven't opened up the material in the manner of so many stage to screen adaptations if anything they've ruthlessly tightened the play and paired it down to essentials wolf directs at a furious clip. The sets are spare even drab which has the effect of your concentration on the performances and while boseman and davis are the stars of the show. Every actor gets a chance to shine including michael potts as the bass player. Slow drag and glenn termine reprising his role as the pianist toledo from twenty sixteen revival at the heart of the play is the bond between levy a fictional creation and rainy. A real life figure. The two are antagonistic by nature levy keeps trying to put his own stamp on mas music and he makes the mistake of trying to seduce. Her young girlfriend played by taylor. Page but levy and ma are also kindred spirits. They're both trying to make authentic commercially viable art with an assistant bent on exploiting their talents but levy doesn't have martinis experience or her knack for self preservation and the weight of his past trauma ultimately proves too much to overcome the climax is hunting beyond words were seeing a man peering into an abyss played by an actor who knew his own life was slipping away chadwick. Boseman last moments on the screen are among his darkest and also is
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announces new COVID-19 restrictions
"Tom Wolfe is out with new restrictions for Pennsylvania that will run for three weeks, starting midnight Friday into Saturday. US US cable cable Toby Toby Suburban Suburban bureau bureau chief chief Jim Jim our our no no changes changes to to school school classroom classroom settings, settings, but but all all indoor indoor and and outdoor outdoor sports sports and and in in person, person, extracurricular extracurricular activities activities are are suspended. suspended. The The suspension suspension of of sports sports applies applies to to all all ages. But collegiate in pro sports are exempt. No indoor dining, James and fitness centers will be forced to close limits on indoor gatherings of 10. People 50 people outdoors even at private homes. Entertainment centers, including movie theaters or casinos will also be closed. Salons and retail stores can stay open limited to 50% capacity Governor Tom Wolfe. We all hoped it would not come to this. The current state of the surge in Pennsylvania, though, will not allow us to wait. The governor and the secretary of health point to Thanksgiving gatherings and travel as the apparent culprit of a spike in cases and hospitalizations, daycare and religious institutions are exempt from the new restrictions. They run through January. 4th.
Just What is Going on at the Esports Stadium Arlington?
"Sports stadium in Arlington is the largest Esports arena in North America this week. They laid off almost all their employees including former president. Jonathan Ogden Josh. Whose been at the Helm of the company for the past few years made it clear. There was plenty of discontent behind the scenes. He tweeted quote would love to talk about what's happened a t Sports stadium and my fears what will happen with the new Direction off all the details but need to tread lightly from a legal perspective and quote in other tweets. He makes it even more clear that the exit wasn't pretty and that the new leadership represents a drastic change from the team driving the stage over the last few years. The new president will be luke Bauer Bauer doesn't have much experience in E Sports at all. Jacob Wolfe tweeted yesterday quote Bauer is a 2020 University of North Palm. Just graduate and Linkedin shows experience running a pressure washing company power is a friend of Luke lights means and quote. Luke is the other figure involved with the company and he's a bit controversial Thousand Years. Apparently the grandson of Ray Davis a majority shareholder of the Texas Rangers who helped launch the venue according to Woolf the current CEO of Esports Arena Arlington is Neil Lyman a minority shareholder for the Rangers. And if that name doesn't ring a bell, here's a refresher Infiniti sports and entertainment. That's the company that bought optic gaming back in 2017 and made an absolute mess of it before selling it off to a mortal's about two years later. Now, it seems like Neil is taking another popular is Esports institution run by a gaming veteran and moving it in a direction of wage earner nepotism Bauer didn't interview with Kevin hit at the Esports Observer, which I will link below in it hit questions Bauer about an odd tweet from Luke leitzman lights been again appears to be Bridge between Bauer and the Texas Rangers owners who are making the decisions here lights been tweeted and then deleted e Sports Stadium Arlington will not at any time require requests or inquire about the vaccination record of anyone. I will be buried in the ground before this changes. That's just an odd statement to make from a public health perspective, especially as venues have been one of the hardest-hit industries by the covid-19. Demek Bauer claims lights been does not have the authority to make that call but his entire page was wild with feared claims. And now as I searched for it today does not exist. So weitzman's actual role at the company is not clear whatsoever. Jonathan quotes who did the article and said there is much much more to this and is in no way being transcribed fully booked. It's not a fault of hit. Of course. It's a fault of Bauer who just is not going to provide the full situation. We likely won't know the full story until Jonathan's NDA expires, but for now given meals poor history. Use words to say the least. We certainly aren't going to give him the benefit of the doubt here.
Pennsylvania governor says he's tested positive for COVID-19
"Governor, Tom Wolfe says he's tested positive for covert 19 and this isolating at home. In a statement, he said he has no symptoms and is feeling well and it's following Health Department and CDC guidelines.
Gov. Wolf in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19
"That's of any governor Tom Wolfe is in isolation at the family home. New York P A. After testing positive for covert 19, Okay y W suburban girl chief Jim Broward reports he does not currently have any symptoms and his otherwise feeling well. Governor. Wolf says the positive result came from a routine test, He says it shows even people who are taking precautions can catch the virus. Montgomery County Commissioner Dr Valle. Arco's sends her best of the governor and adds it shows people with no symptoms can spread. Covert 19/50 percent of this virus is transmitted by people who do not have symptoms. So it is vitally important that we all wear masks when we're not When we around people who are not from our household, because any of us could be positive and not know it. Wolf hinted earlier this week he was going to tighten restrictions that we didn't give specifics. He was to meet with Senate Democrats but canceled that meeting. Kush says she's been part of the governor's briefings but can't confirm what was discussed. She does save people don't follow existing guidelines. We may find ourselves very soon in a situation where we don't have any choice but to support some closures. Suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW NewsRadio
Gov. Murphy Reveals Most Infected With COVID-19 Not Cooperating With State’s Contact Tracers, New York
"Contacted by the state's contact tracers are are not not taking taking the the phone phone call call K K Y. Y. W W is is Mike Mike DiNardo DiNardo reports reports as as New New Jersey's Jersey's covert covert 19 19 Case Case counts counts Mount Mount Governor Governor Murphy Murphy says says 74% 74% of of residents residents are not providing information to the states. Contact tracers. Come on, man. It's unacceptable. On the number, frankly, shocked, made a ZAY went over it. Murphy said The state's contact tracers are not on a witch hunt. He said the state is only trying to track people who have been exposed to the virus. But he says most residents who get the call are not cooperating. That's the evidence that I have that they don't want to feel guilty themselves that they did something in their own home or that their kid Ah hosted a party that they shouldn't have. Murphy said. He doesn't know what to do to convince residents that giving information to contact tracers can help to stop the spread of the virus. You think that when we talk about people who have died Every day that that would get people's attention, Murphy said. The state has now hired more than 3000. Contact tracers Mike DiNardo. Okay, Whatever the news radio. Now the Pennsylvania work, Governor, Tom Wolfe
On Forbes Esports Orgs Valuations and Reactions from Around the Industry
"Year for Julissa list of the 10 most valuable e Sports organizations, they attach a massive nine-figure some to 10 works as well as some added information and every year, it causes controversy home. Mostly because of how the numbers are sourced basically Christina submitted the author of the article talks to a bunch of investors and team owners and they provide numbers while there is some viewing of these numbers with a critical lens not nearly took his done to outright trust the numbers as a true valuation first. Let's look at what the list said then some of the issues that came with it TSM is on top of the list with the valuation of 410 million dollars wage. Then follows T9 previously on top now in second with a valuation of 350 Mill third is liquid with 310 Mill 4th is FaZe Clan with 305 V is 100 thieves with a hundred ninety-six Genji. 185 7th Enthusiast gaming or Luminosity 188 G to 165 9th and RG 155,000 10th T1 at 150 million. So there's the list here's what people had to say Jacob Wolfe the former ESPN reporter who got in a public spat on Twitter with the author a few months ago said quote unrelated to pass beef with Christina. We've talked civilly sense, but guess the Forbes published valuations are insanely inflated, but it's not her or Forbes fault frankly am a sharing valuations similar to her estimates to investors. She's not shooting in the dark and quote often. The critiques of this article are leveled at Forbes and they do share some of the brunt the wolf, Mexico. It is not Christine as fault, but the orgs themselves for these valuations in addition Esports orgs valuations are inflated as wolf says these orders are being valued at ten to twelve times revenue for every month besides Enthusiast gaming on this list. That's much higher than a normal valuation. Here's what Adam Fitch now business content lead for dexterity do had to say quote. It's only LinkedIn grifters and phony Executives. You share Forbes Esports pieces until the valuations come around each year. So why are people putting stock in this list now as it forms as credible and respected in our industry any other time it's harsh but he's not wrong. You don't see a ton of forums articles shared around the year. It's mostly this one that people turn to and it's not just journalists critiquing this list either because the data comes from investor conversations and team owners the people in charge of teams who don't inflate their valuations get left off the list one extremely notable Omission. This year was Envy gaming Adam Rimer the new CEO of Envy gaming as of last summer. This on his LinkedIn quote. This Forbes analysis is utter garbage to be clear. This is not a criticism of the organizations mentioned all of whom deserve to be there. I have friends at all of them and have a great respect for what they're doing across the board, but in full transparency, this is a complete drive by cursory analysis, which is led me to question the entire valuation slash editorial capability of four years as a former valuation consultant determining Equity value for private companies is by definition a huge challenge one, which is made even more difficult without considering all facets of the company estimated revenues. No accounting for burn rates. No interest in new initiatives since the last edition of this article where we place number eight. We have increased revenues added post Malone to the ownership group added our Call of Duty team which one the first CDL championship and expanded our audience base considerably. None of this was apparently relevant to this study to even be mentioned based on the companies mentioned one would think it was purely birth. So which organizations would give them the biggest article reach which to be fair is certainly a contributor to value in. My honest opinion. This list has become a disservice to the entire industry. He add additional comment for more context which said quote we did provide Forbes with requested information and stats as we have in each of the last three years when we learned of their changed methodology for this year's list, which would strongly disagree with we opted to stop sharing additional context. He doesn't say this explicitly but it seems to be that he thinks that's the reason why they were left off this list. It's really the only thing that makes sense because there's no reason and we should have dropped value from last year after what was by all accounts. One of the most successful years in the Brand's history unless of course, the numbers aren't rooted in actual analysis, but an unsubstantiated responses from various sources, if we disagree with their methodology, they might have chosen not to put them on the list which again calls into question the entire validity of the list in many ways the forms value age. Should list is much like news numbers. It is the best accumulation of data for a given sub segments of the E Sports industry that we have but people in the industry know to take the numbers with another soul to put the Red Sea to
On Forbes Esports Orgs Valuations and Reactions from Around the Industry
"Year for Julissa list of the 10 most valuable e Sports organizations, they attach a massive nine-figure some to 10 works as well as some added information and every year, it causes controversy home. Mostly because of how the numbers are sourced basically Christina submitted the author of the article talks to a bunch of investors and team owners and they provide numbers while there is some viewing of these numbers with a critical lens not nearly took his done to outright trust the numbers as a true valuation first. Let's look at what the list said then some of the issues that came with it TSM is on top of the list with the valuation of 410 million dollars wage. Then follows T9 previously on top now in second with a valuation of 350 Mill third is liquid with 310 Mill 4th is FaZe Clan with 305 V is 100 thieves with a hundred ninety-six Genji. 185 7th Enthusiast gaming or Luminosity 188 G to 165 9th and RG 155,000 10th T1 at 150 million. So there's the list here's what people had to say Jacob Wolfe the former ESPN reporter who got in a public spat on Twitter with the author a few months ago said quote unrelated to pass beef with Christina. We've talked civilly sense, but guess the Forbes published valuations are insanely inflated, but it's not her or Forbes fault frankly am a sharing valuations similar to her estimates to investors. She's not shooting in the dark and quote often. The critiques of this article are leveled at Forbes and they do share some of the brunt the wolf, Mexico. It is not Christine as fault, but the orgs themselves for these valuations in addition Esports orgs valuations are inflated as wolf says these orders are being valued at ten to twelve times revenue for every month besides Enthusiast gaming on this list. That's much higher than a normal valuation. Here's what Adam Fitch now business content lead for dexterity do had to say quote. It's only LinkedIn grifters and phony Executives. You share Forbes Esports pieces until the valuations come around each year. So why are people putting stock in this list now as it forms as credible and respected in our industry any other time it's harsh but he's not wrong. You don't see a ton of forums articles shared around the year. It's mostly this one that people turn to and it's not just journalists critiquing this list either because the data comes from investor conversations and team owners the people in charge of teams who don't inflate their valuations get left off the list one extremely notable Omission. This year was Envy gaming Adam Rimer the new CEO of Envy gaming as of last summer. This on his LinkedIn quote. This Forbes analysis is utter garbage to be clear. This is not a criticism of the organizations mentioned all of whom deserve to be there. I have friends at all of them and have a great respect for what they're doing across the board, but in full transparency, this is a complete drive by cursory analysis, which is led me to question the entire valuation slash editorial capability of four years as a former valuation consultant determining Equity value for private companies is by definition a huge challenge one, which is made even more difficult without considering all facets of the company estimated revenues. No accounting for burn rates. No interest in new initiatives since the last edition of this article where we place number eight. We have increased revenues added post Malone to the ownership group added our Call of Duty team which one the first CDL championship and expanded our audience base considerably. None of this was apparently relevant to this study to even be mentioned based on the companies mentioned one would think it was purely birth. So which organizations would give them the biggest article reach which to be fair is certainly a contributor to value in. My honest opinion. This list has become a disservice to the entire industry. He add additional comment for more context which said quote we did provide Forbes with requested information and stats as we have in each of the last three years when we learned of their changed methodology for this year's list, which would strongly disagree with we opted to stop sharing additional context. He doesn't say this explicitly but it seems to be that he thinks that's the reason why they were left off this list. It's really the only thing that makes sense because there's no reason and we should have dropped value from last year after what was by all accounts. One of the most successful years in the Brand's history unless of course, the numbers aren't rooted in actual analysis, but an unsubstantiated responses from various sources, if we disagree with their methodology, they might have chosen not to put them on the list which again calls into question the entire validity of the list in many ways the forms value age. Should list is much like news numbers. It is the best accumulation of data for a given sub segments of the E Sports industry that we have but people in the industry know to take the numbers with another soul to put the Red Sea to shame
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania State Senator Gets Positive COVID-19 Test At President Donald Trump Meeting
"Western Pennsylvania state senator abruptly left the West Wing meeting with President Trump after he was told he tested positive for coveted person with direct knowledge of the event tells the AP that Republican State Senator Doug Must Rianna got the results of the White House on Wednesday. Austrian Oh has aggressively opposed policies under the administration of Democratic Governor Tom Wolfe to mitigate the spread of the Corona virus and to keep people safe.
A look at leaf shine products, and how to clean leaves
"I wanted to get to the bottom of the league. Shine business and joining me to help answer. This question is larry hodgson aka the laid back gardner and the first question to tackle is. What's actually in that. Can of leave. Sean as you never know because if you look in the label it won't tell you. However it contains various products it could be silicone it could be different oils and no one really knows what's in you could check it out. You could contact the company and they probably give you the information. But essentially it's a shiny coating that is applied over top of the leaf larry's right really hard to find out exactly. Walt is in. That can spray bottle of leaf shine. Done some digging and looked at various product sheets for different leaf shine brands and is not a lot of illumination to be had there some of them list various things like nap though which is a solvent of petroleum based solvent some of the products list butane. Because i think that's what's used as propellant for the air assault while another listed it's active ingredient as peanin. What's that well. It's a chemical found in the essential oil get from pine trees and one type of pinning is the main component of up until and other than that is just vague references to mineral oils and waxes and very little specific information about the ingredients. Adid find a recipe for a leaf shine. Spray in a book called practical formulas for hobie or prophet by henry goldschmidt. This came out in one thousand nine seventy three and it lists the ingredients as vp slashing. Va one dash five three five three to five percent. Carbon wax fifteen hundred at point two zero two point three five percent. I say pro panel at thirty one to twenty nine percent and propellants sixty five percent. So obviously that's roughly what we're talking about here. How long have these leaf shines bid around. Well i couldn't find an enormous amount of information on the history of lee shine sprays. But i did find a book dating from nineteen thirty three called the chemical formula re by harry bennett and eat dade list recipe for relief. Shine spray then which didn't sound that much different from the ones we use today so so they've obviously been around for at least well ninety years and probably a bit longer so could leaf shine. Help our plants. I was larry. No it's not gonna be good. It's not going to be good for several reasons. The most office ones courses many leaves have still not on the top and the bottom and if you spray on the top of the leaf you're blocking their breaking to is how how they breathe so yes. It reminds us d'amato tomato if you prefer. Is the breathing holes of the plant and if he spray something onto the leaf. That's going to block those holes. Well that's going reduce the amount of gas exchange. That is able to do so. You're keeping the plot from breathing correctly. So that's not going to be good also some of these not all of them. Some of the make more sticky pickup dust. And that'll block the plaza's well cut off night. And if you have cats for example of homer or dogs that shed it'll make these covered in for just not good either one thing people don't think about though is that if the leaf is shiny extra shawny abnormally shiny is actually reflecting. It's not absorbing light. So you're cutting back on the light that the plant gets and that's a major one now only are Decreases up by a small amount but still most plants indoors just barely enough to survive. You don't want to block the light. They tend to them. So that's three different reasons. They're not such a good thing. Yeah i don't know about you. But i really don't fancy having wolfe's we will shed very much. But i still don't want his hairs sticking to my arrowhead leaves. It's not a good look at that point about reflecting light. Well that's a really good one. That i hadn't thought of. Yeah every little drop of light counts when you're indoors where light levels are so much lower so by spraying on leaf shine. You might actually be juicing your chances of optimizing photosynthesis
"wolfe" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back that Norman Wolf on the line. . Norman how are you? ? Doing really good surly more. . Time but we have to be on your show that glad to finally have gone here. . I know we've been shedding for quite a long time so good to have you on the show. . So you wrote a book while back called Living Organization and <hes>. . It's one of those timeless books. . So it shows the audience a little bit about you in in the story behind this book. . Be. . Happy to Michael. . Yes. . I wrote the book back in Two Thousand and eleven which time I'd say that seems like, , wow. So . many years ago <hes>. . I wrote the book because of three reasons one is. . The success rate of of organizations and people individually. . Achieving the goals that the stated objectives, , the strategic initiatives, , whatever you WANNA call it is is pretty poor. . This statistics say that they they succeed to. . Fail other rate of seventy percent. . So only less than thirty percent of those and I said individuals because. . <hes> I was reading statistics recently that says New Year's resolutions. . Success Rate is less than twenty percent so that feeling about eighty percent. . So so I began to realize there's something about the way we go about life <hes> in in in businesses especially. . That is missing something and the second reason the book is after being in business for well over forty years now. . There's almost like a <hes>. . I hate to use the word pandemic these days. . There's almost A. . Pandemic of sadness people just ending engage they you know the the engagement factor against twenty three percent of people engaged in what they do. . Not, , a very high success rate. . And so you know I. . After working with so many companies I began to realize why is that in? ? Can we do about it and? ? The solution I realized is that we have. . Kind of as a society of all the way of looking at life through a lens of you might call it Newtonian physics. . It's a very mechanical approach to life. . And at least off some <hes>. . Elise out all the stuff around relationships and and meaning and purpose in belief systems and assumptions that just says focused on what you WanNa do and just do it and boom. . That's it and you know that just isn't good enough. . So I wrote the book to explain how all that works and. . In in how businesses themselves really are living entities. . Like people they operate like people <hes>. . You look at the department, , any leader who who really steps back and looks at the various departments they. . They always can sense <hes> that the departments are <hes>. . Personalities like my sales department is going to have a fundamentally different personality than. . Been My accounting department. . And it's just like people different proclivities, , different personalities, , different belief systems. . And and we think the only way to get them aligned and working together as through set of goals you know give as an they ignored this whole relationship piece in what I call context piece. . The belief systems the sense of identity of who we are as an individual also applies to the sense of identity of who we are as a collective of individuals. . And we have no all of that stuff. . So I wrote a book to explain how all that happens being a scientist and engineer by training I have a very logical. . Approach to things. . So I created a <hes> SORTA engineering formula for how it all plays together. . And that's really what I wrote about in the book. . Like I said before it's a timeless book and when you said about how the people aren't engaged in. . Monster Dot. . com just released a study. . That right now close to seventy percent of people are. . Saying that they're they're really stressed or burned out about work and. . So you take that percentage of seven out of ten people burned out. . There's a percentage of those people that would be normally engaged in willing to go the extra mile to do whatever they can because they want things to be better enough only for themselves, , but for their organization. . But if they're too tired and fatigued, , they're not even engaged anymore. . So it has such a huge effect on the strength of an organization and. . During, , times like pandemic or any type of economic downturn if your organization isn't acting at its best, , you're vulnerable and you might end up seeing a four lease sign in your office space because you won't be there anymore. . And that's what we're seeing. . You know one of the. . The. . Interesting <hes> I'll say byproducts of the pandemic is as talked to leaders around the world beginning to realize that. . He has the way I say it we used to come to work for the purpose of getting work done by we went to the office because that's what you you did things. . And a byproduct of that is. . We build social connections. . Really don't pay attention to that just sort of happened it unconsciously or as a byproduct. . Of speaking with the c o the other day in in he said. . You know he's he's closed as office space independent Macapa sent everybody home and asked him if he was going to. . Go back as things are opening up and he said now we don't need to meet. . Together to get the work done anymore. .
"wolfe" Discussed on Another Day My Way Podcast
"You want to do it tomorrow to sail. The podcasts. Yeah, sure we can do it. Tomorrow makes him makes my podcast longer. Hurry. Because my fault has thirty four percents point on Wolfe's. Mine has forty eight. Because I had like in one.
"wolfe" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Out okay. Yes Wow Zona Mehanna worms gonNA beat the now. I know she posted some video. I sent her on the beach and she's doing some weird thing with her body where she was just like flinging it around and you could just see her abs. I was like ads like fuck. Listen Up Hey I can. I can hold my own but I am a little bit scared. That she's GonNa even turn it up even higher different music. Competition is going to turn this. I'm not competitive in any way. I'm always the person who was like. You commend you can win. It's fine I don't care but yeah I did you sign up for something. I'm a little worried about so I have. I am going to be kicking my workouts into high gear. Get Ready for Europe for this or will mazing. Let's let's just keep this conversation if you have anything to say about. Who's GONNA win between the Gen? A in the Jamie off. It's not a win or lose wrong. Where usual media is over his talk on twitter? Ovaries underscore talk on if these over his facebook. Don't forget we get that little community of listeners within facebook Patriot fan also dot com slash. Overstock US And I think there'll be a nice video Jenna y'all can talking about her thirty and thirty. Yes thinner and small changes that add up to big weight loss in just thirty day we got some bonus content her talking about that. All right and there's going to be bonus content of Jamie working out with Wolf. I will see to that I I'm GONNA kill it. I'M GOING TO KILL IT I. I don't know if I like I'm going to kill it. Kill I have faith in you Jamie. It's going to be fine. I got faith anew. She's just GONNA turn it up even more when she sees. Oh she's okay she's GonNa turn up even harder like she's GonNa win no matter what. It's not a winner loose. Stop staring at the door right. Ovaries out offer..
"wolfe" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"Nuclear family anymore. Such as your mom and dad were not burning. Hello come before you get into the episode. We had Kelsey of Kelsey and Alexis. Who are a couple episodes ago? Wrote in based on something. Jamie said in last week's up. Yeah so just a recap. I was on vacation recently with my kids and we went to the theme parks and I was complaining that you know one of us has to hang back with a two year old while the other one gets go on the ride but the six year old and you know that's the not so fun and then Kelsey wrote and said fun fact about her. She said she's worked at both. Disneyland Universal Studios and Seaworld San Diego and the plate of passing around the children sacrificing which attraction the adults can go on very common but she says a theme parks there. Is this thing called writer? Switch switch switch write it down friends because it's the thing where the first half year party can go on with the kid while the other one hangs back but the one with the little one and then when when the first parent finish the ride the second parent can go on with the little one again. Usually with a much shorter waiting time. Yeah you just have to. I guess your kid gets to go twice. You get to both go and but I guess you like tell the person at the front line. Do the writer switch. I don't really know how that works out with. Somebody should look that up. Tell us how to do it. And say how so guys check out the right or switch switch to try it out see if it works but then your two year old is literally just hanging out in the sun for a really long time doing anyway. I mean we take it to your old to what's happening ever Ryan was like really into the Lego cars and cars if there was a car. S. Car running two cars. You know any way we also have to give a little shout out to New Jersey. They just pass something around Second Parent Adoption Go New Jersey. Basically a January fifteenth governor signed new legislation. What it's going to do is make it easier for lgbtq parents to do second parent adoption. So it's basically going to help people. You're not going to have to do the homestudy anymore. Background checks or the appearances in court for hearing so it's GonNa make it cheaper and make it easier access and quicker. Yeah and I mean how does New Jersey so I guess if you don't have to do the background check maybe that means you don't have to give your last thirty thousand years of addresses because that's the part? I hated the most They also called confirmatory adoption. I guess there's a second word for that. I'd never heard confirmatory adoption Interesting but If you're a New Jersey you know you lucky easier and you get the second just easier path the second parent adoption hopefully other states follow suit like nyc. Get on it. Please get on it. So I can get my confirmatory adoption in the middle of the process. I know but it's it's stalled. It's stalled so maybe we'll pass that law before I finish. How does New York passing get you out of the stalled state? I'm curious because it's easier than I go to the line and be like we don't have to do any of this stuff and you don't need this paperwork took. Can you just file please? You know I don't know I don't know before we get to our kickoff for women's history month guest happy women's history month to we want to say thank you a little shoutout to Allie Harper and her wife Jennifer who joined us on Patriots. Go go go and our mayor. Jennifer may or may not be upcoming guests they may or may not be and they may or may not be talking about something that is one of my favorite things in the world they are. They're amazing anyway. Check out our Patriot community after you listen to this up. Of course. Yeah to kick off women's history month that's really wonderful that we have the guests we have on though because she basically made some history and she's a bad ass lady bad ass in many ways. Choose so it's Jenna Wolfe in the former today. Show correspondent host and she's also the current host on first things first on Fox sports one and she's a bad she's bad ass. He also wrote a book called dinner and Thirties. Mall CHANGES THAT. Add Up to big weight loss in just thirty two and I may or may not be doing to those to those to those three things currently currently all right. Let's let our. She's bad ass happy women's history month. Let's do this bad mommy..
"wolfe" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"I'm back to Hermit Radio today I'm joined by my friend Derek Wolfe we're going to be talking about his story these interviews that I do for the show are about incorrect everybody knows in this heard you can always look at a different perspective that somebody else has harder than you or gone through something more difficult than you it's not measuring contest it's not like that but what it does do is it just makes you should make you appreciate life a little bit more Derek thanks for being on the show man yeah thanks for having me would you do me a favor and go ahead and give your give a quick little bio about you and your family so that everybody knows why we're here yeah so my daughter early is a two time cancer survivor she had leukemia actually and in my wife and I have been trying to help her get through this over the last three years yeah win my friend our mutual friend JV when sure if that would be that I would be interested but it's absolutely the kind of thing I'm interested in so many people have a story and I feel like we always concentrate on the big stories right is involved like an actor you know somebody in politics that's what we make important but there's everyday people in everyday families that are experiencing something extraordinary that needs to be heard in that's kind would I try to do on here is tell everyone story matches the select few yeah that's that's really awesome and I tell you there's you know I'm I'm sitting here right here my house but I'll tell you there's people at the hospital right now there's there's always a child that's there at the hospital deal with cancer in the families there and there's just so many stories that are out there of of of definitely strength but also of loss so there's there's stories to be told yeah so derek sent me an email kind of going through their entire story so have something to go off of enduring reading that there was one sentence that I read that really hit me as an impact and I could feel in that moment possibly what you were thinking because I could feel it in your writing in this sentence was we were then moved to six a at the vainly children's section the cancer wing and when i read that I stopped and highlighted it because that stuck out to me more than anything because I could only imagine what was going through your head when that information was being given to you yeah so we we spent some time at the hospital while they were trying to figure out what was wrong with Harley and this was about a month before her second birthday and they were testing for all kinds of different things she had a seizure one night and that made them think that things are a little bit more serious than just mono or tick borne illness and scheduled a bone marrow biopsy for the next day so shortly after that biopsy the test results came back positive for pre B. A. L. L. which is acute lymphoblastic lymphoma and it was surreal at the time thank in I didn't really know anything about childhood cancer so I didn't really know what we're getting ourselves into but when they did move us to that floor when you first walk in there's a a large doctor's office in the middle of the area and it's glass all around will they had put pictures of Kim heads bald kids all over the the glasses Justa can I guess decorate The area but now when I see those pictures I see so much more but at the time he was just so overwhelming and and really just oh my gosh you know what have we gotten ourselves into I was a lover terrify I I can only imagine and that's exactly the word I would've used and I know you said you've listened to a little bit of the podcast but basically I try to get people different techniques perspective to see through problems using own experience with PTSD to kind of guide them. But I'M NOT GONNA lie to you win I was getting ready for this interview the this is kind of one one of the situations that I have a hard time I would I would have a hard time trying to help somebody through this because from my standpoint it's all about a mental perspective in shift in Paradigm to get yourself out of a funk but on go I don't know that there is a quick tip or a different perspective to get through like what you guys went through I think it would require a little bit more like what with those months when this was going on what were you doing keep your sanity did you did you pray did you meditate yeah we wife are both Christians and so we did turn to God prayer was important to us when we were in the room I'll never forget the our case manager came up to us and we'd settled on this ring better probably ten minutes and she said look so this is going to be the hardest thing you've ever gone through in your life and what does that mean again can you explain that like in and I don't remember her answer to that I mean probably doctors came rushing in soap chaotic at that time but if I was to have to talk to somebody now who's about to go through what we did is I would tell them be prepared for it ax and it does suck in it's GonNa be really hard and it scared and you know things don't always work out the way you want them to and I think we have to be prepared for the unexpected in that case because cancer doesn't care who you are where you come from or how smart the doctors are or you know it's really just luck of the draw in in so we just tried to stick together my wife and I have a very strong marriage thankfully we had good family we great support we had there a lot of friends showing up bringing food washing our clothes we were very fortunate in that sense and that we had a lot of people I love for us and so I think through our faith through knowing that people were supporting us think those are probably the biggest things that helped helped us make it through that time that's that's what matters and what I try to do on the show is try to help people remember that those are the things that matter right it's so easy in in your everyday existence to be pissed off by something like like traffic or you know who's running for president you know who gives a shit who's running for president when something like that's going on in your lives you know I it just I feel like not enough people have had a wakeup call in I feel like that's that's how people get stuck in in their funk in they get stuck in this low as me kind of thing because that's those are the things that are important insignificant small things and that's not like not trying to be a jerk but it's the truth you know until I mean how often do people self reflect until something really bad happens or something really scary happens in their lives and then it's like wow this is the paradigm shift this is what's making my life different and I feel like there's no right I answer the only thing you can do is appreciate life everyday to the fullest with the people that you want it to be with absolutely absolutely and and make the there's a lot of pain and a lot of sorrow on that floor but when those kids are feeling good man there out in the hallway the riding their tricycles around there screaming and yelling and they're being normal kids and there's a lot of.
"wolfe" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio
"So many different aspects that just becomes old consuming so they retreated back into their comfort zone and instead of actually making that transition lifespan spend allowing further income from licence thinking wolfe's from spaded the biggest any life is not fulfilling your troop attentional and as you now know question there is so many people out there who are aspiring business owners could be absolutely brilliant at something in our roy but like just hold himself back because of the says you know i'm very curious so the person and also i've been doing this work for i started to get to think well why is it some people seem to make seamless transitions and other people struggle on i studied doing research and analysis maps against my own journey and other clients journeys on that's what about what i can watch six korean vacation cycle because i realized that there is a definite process to be able to make a successful career transition and obeys a loose structure there's no onesizefitsall all the picture needs something to be able to mention that that progress back is people are you know what what's people describes practical ho so it gives them the confidence to to really move forward and you know tons of you said thais studies well brennan all recently somebody leaves it and i saw their punk fell apart with a new job sisal and claim say this was a previous caller combine it was evident either actually running their own consultancy now so listening was congratulate and then i mean the reality was when i was looking with them probably knowing us ago they knew they should have done that but we'll held them back again was that fair and having contact them said congratulations i say this is your breakthrough nets by time but very quickly and said yes sometimes a just needs the guts it's like the leap and basically they're like sign that we should on the ease before and having done it you know maybe it wasn't as dry.
"wolfe" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"His death yields you see this outpouring of people of writers basically my age which is mid sixties who were you know he's a generation older than us who are deeply deeply influenced by his work and those of the other new journalists who were who were at the peak of their powers in the seventies sixties late sixties and throughout the seventies as this movement was flowering and i think that we we took the heart what he was trying to teach us which was what you could get from this intense reporting what you could get from making the effort to try to entertain and not just convenience for mason and i think it changed magazine journalism i really do i mean the person that that i think about when i think about tom wolfe as a as a successor unfortunately he died is richard ben kramer who wrote probably the greatest campaign book ever what it takes and whose stories in esquire about ted williams and other subjects are like nothing else since tom wolfe is tom wolfe one of a kind is there anyone following in his footsteps or who could sort of replicate his pros will nobody could replicate his pros and in fact i just read column in the washington post that made the point that anybody who tried to replicate his bros wound up looking like an idiot because it couldn't be done but i would also say that that magazine journalism is much better for his having had a lead the way and he does have a legacy the legacy is not as pros the legacy is how we taught us all to write magazine stories in this different way that made them much better and more memorable and richer if you had to recommend to someone who has never read tom wolfe what would you recommend that they read.
"wolfe" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"And it just like again one of the very subtle things of that movie that just make it brilliant they're they i went to the premier in washington which was held in a hangar at national airport the entire cast was there tom wolfe was there was that must've been spec or was there it was it was just you know it was a gathering of of stellar governor i don't know i guess they couldn't get the air and space museum or maybe they weren't doing those kind of things back then but they end up as a hangar at national airport and wow what a collection of people that must have been spectacular what a what a premier and and you know it's funny because we talk about superman annot this idea of superheroes and we need here is in our lives it's just it it's so important to me that wolf did this story and the movie came out the way it did because it's great to have people to look up to and these guys what they did not just the guys but everybody in the program we've learned about from hidden figures all the people behind the scenes it's it's wonderful this is what i love most about movies when it educates you about something that you did know about and you are made aware of people that live lives like these elevated us as humanity and for me the astronaut the astronaut program and the guys that did that and continue to work in that are just absolute heroes so i that's his contribution to the movies is the right.
"wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Well i don't think that's an app of taking steve but i never expected that he would never never any attempt to though some to use the term that was in use at the time i mean nobody ever thought hey let's give this passes bottle of the that has lsd and the orange juice hispasat to time it never occurred to because it we didn't see him as as either one of us are not one of us reporter who was there watching what we were doing and i was probably i don't recall this for certain but i soon that i was kinda thrilled that this well known fellow was here in the room with me and my friends and he was watching what we were doing and he was going to write about it but i never i never thought of him as as potential has it head little acid head why do you think tom wolfe so interested in the pranksters well the journalist that prices were a wonderful story keesey was a extremely charismatic men he was automatically the center of attention in any room he was in and not that he assumed that people gave him that attention and ready to him grabbing it but he was such an interesting storyteller and he was surrounded by so many fascinating in bizarre in some cases but fascinating and intelligent and observant friends and associates that i'm sure that tom most of thought what a great story this is i would have thought that i packed that's the way i met kiza in your him for the newspaper was working for and i wrote a review of his book sometimes a great notion and i was so taken by him that i put my i moved up there moved in with him the pranksters and quit my job and became a prankster as my fulltime gig.
"wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Oh just in the normal course of being in the same room with him and syria for the people who say hi tom and highly but never anything of any depth i was i was quite surprised by that because he was not only well known although not nearly as well would be that book came out but he also was i thought probably somewhat of a egomaniac who airing that white suit every day or a similar suit i thought he must be quite quite brash but he actually he was he was not at all it was just like another person in the room it's funny that you say that about him being a a great observer rather you know even though he was a so called new journalist because tom wolfe you're seeing a lot of obits that are being written about them today is being called you know one of the pioneers of new journalism with joan de and hunter thompson could you see at the time the what what he was doing was different well what what he's doing i i was by that time train journalist i'd started at age nineteen is a reporter in chicago and i work for the associated press and several newspapers and i was sort of struck by his observance of what i considered by own rules selfdiscipline when it came to being a reporter it's i i never thought it was my roles reporter to influence what was going on story and he was even less apt to interfere in what was going on then then i think he was at least around keesey the pranksters he was he was a quiet silent and as it turns out very observant watcher.
"wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more tom wolfe died monday he was eighty eight tom wolfe will be remembered for a lot of things he wrote books that became movies books like the right stuff and bonfire of the vanities he wrote classic magazine profiles covering people like the infamous record producer and now convicted murderer phil spector profiles the went on to define how people i came we're seeing pop culture tom wolfe came up with catchphrases like radical chic and the me decade stuff that turned into an instant shorthand he wore a full white suit awful lot even the sunshine but maybe most of all tom wolfe will be remembered as part of a group of writers in the late sixties and seventies who changed the way people wrote and read journalism that movement ended up being called new journalism basically the idea was to create nonfiction with the same kind of creativity the same kind of storytelling that you'd find in a novel tom wolfe and like hunter s thompson were probably the best known examples of it all this was pretty new in the late night late nineteen sixties when tom will put out the electric kool aid acid test if you've ever read it you'll know it used all those techniques i just mentioned to take you deep into drug culture into lsd to the grateful dead buses full of idealistic hippies all of it and because of all that tom wolfe.
"wolfe" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Tom wolfe died monday he was eighty eight tom wolfe will be remembered for a lot of things he wrote books that became movies books like the right stuff and bonfire of the vanities he wrote classic magazine profiles covering people like the infamous record producer and now convicted murderer phil spector profiles the went on to define how people i came we're seeing pop culture tom wolfe came up with catch phrases like radical chic and the me decade stuff that turned into an instant shorthand he wore a full white suit awful lot even in the sunshine but maybe most of all tom wolfe will be remembered as part of a group of writers in the late sixties and seventies who changed the way people wrote and read journalism that movement ended up being called new journalism and basically the idea was to create nonfiction with the same kind of creativity the same kind of storytelling that you'd find in a novel tom i'm wolf and like hunter s thompson were probably the best known examples of it all this was pretty new in the late night late nineteen sixties when tom will put out the electric kool aid acid test if you've ever read it you'll know it used all those techniques i just mentioned to take you deep into drug culture into lsd to the grateful dead buses full of idealistic hippies all of it and because of all that tom wolfe is on radio and tv a lot explaining why he wrote the way he did and sort of translating a subculture for parents and just folks who maybe didn't get it here's tom wolfe in nineteen seventy this is on the show take thirty he's talking about his book i i came in on the really the climax of the merry adventures and stayed with them for about eight weeks eight or nine weeks and on the bus at that time there was a certain amount of activity on the bus of that time and i took some travels on the on the bus.
"wolfe" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
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"wolfe" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"It's how to be amazing i'm michael ian black when you think about theater at its best eat lives in a kind of electric state he can be a vibrant and startling experience in which every moment onstage has been mind to its core but it somehow has to remain new every time it's perform and that's a very very hard thing to get right my guest today the great american stage and film director and writer jorge seawolf has spent a career getting it right from his early successes with the colored museum jellies last jam and the first broadway productions of angels in america parts one in to do his work helming the public feeder soon after its founder joseph papp died where he directed among many many other plays bring into noise bring into funk to his more recent work directing for example elaine stritch at liberty shuffle along long the immortal life of henrietta lacks for hbo in now the iceman come with which is about to open on broadway pan stars denzel washington george c wolfe has made a career out of finding truth and presenting it as unvarnished as he can to america and it is my delight and honor to welcome him to how to be amazing hello hello hello so happy you're here and excited but it is daunting when you're speaking to when i'm speaking to somebody that i consider as much a philosopher as anything else and i was watching you in many interviews speak about truth and speak about using this work to find the truth in it made me wonder is there a truth in any production that you're trying to find or is the truth.
"wolfe" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Haven't come from a dog family and raised above the kennel house with sixty doc since and what hounds downstairs i had a lot of dog experts and i would say this but i gave me a run for my money and it was not the easiest animal that i've never worked with the interesting thing is years later i've had some experienced training a few wolfe dogs and they have not been as easy to train as some of your other greats i can't tell you you know eyes of aggression specialist i deal with dogs with major bit avril problems i welcome the opportunities to work with wolfe dogs but they are not is as easy to train they have much higher flight in much of my experience and it you know people talk about there'd be destructive well any high drive working dog and i raised over been so i work them that have work to mention sin so i'm always looking for a high drive thought i understand that many people should know those thoughts they don't make rate that's when they're great working dog so ranked and so what i'm looking at here is that i look at a wolfe dog when i generally say to people is and less you have the time and and the experience of working with a high drive dog and a big her dog necessarily and you're like i'm sure you can get with dogs are smaller but in general i've seen but they're not small blogs i would say make sure you have a lot of experience working with more of the working dogs then then just having a family companion pat like a cavalier catching charles or something them that is very good point yes and then again that goes hand in hand with knowing your dog free now it's not one five look at the thought that the biggest thing with your remember regarding can count regarding behavior regarding the training if you haven't and i'm all that is like hold and battle fed the from twelve a told that dog.