32 Burst results for "Zola"
Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity - Everything We Know
"Woke up this morning. It was very pleasantly surprised for say open by idea was open my eyes and I, looked at my phone and I saw a news notification for Hira Warriors Age of calamity and I was like Ooh, what is this and it's kind of the kind of thing like you have a whirlwind of emotions because you're like. Zelda and then you go higher warriors in your you know. Not to diminish warriors because I think the first game was like it was solid it wasn't like the game mainlines all the game. I think we're all excited for this one. I'm I'm actually more into by the looks of it. I had that same ranger emotions rose like, oh, man Zola Taira Warriors, and then I stopped and like you spent two thousand hours playing that game shut up. Shut up nerd a nerd. I have a question. John. Hira Warriors. What kind of game is it because I thought being compared to dynasty words I only played dynasty warriors four when I was in seventh grade. So. Is that comparable? Like what are you doing it? It's It's just like, sorry it's just like combat and like some environmental puzzle stuff but Matt. This this one's a little different because it's basically is dynasty warriors but instead of like Only, that there's also some Zelda elements built in where it's like, yeah, I gotta go solve this puzzle using the bombs or something like that. And then you might an army of people by yourself. Yeah, other other people from Celta are there to their plays IMP army, but they're not nearly as good as you. In the regular one yes. I would assume because this takes place one hundred years before breath of the wild. Yeah. It's it promises a robust story that's going to kind of give us some insight into what happened during that era of calamity as they call it where the great calamity, of calamity, Dan, how many times can intend to say calamity. Did I kinda love it but yeah send for one hundred years before the events of breath of the wild and it seems like we're going to either see or get to play as some of the characters that appear in breath of the wild to. Direct prequel to breath of the wild I. Guess So. That was the most intriguing part to me is that it seems like it's cannon prequel like they're using the same aesthetic and everything even like it was the kind of self rated breath the wild which I think it's just all the stuff that we heard about throughout the game about what happened one hundred years ago we're actually going to explore it like clone wars. which that's awesome for me because I'm someone who I I like this all the time line just because I enjoy trying to piece together and figure out where it's supposed to go and having a hundred years of history basically thrown at me Awesome. I. Also like it because I like. I like when a prequel. Predate something where you know that Shit's hit the fan and go. Wrong. So I it's what I really liked about dark crystal age of resistance is like. This going it's like A. Charlie, wiping out of of a creature but I kinda liked that we're gonNA see just is GonNa have I imagine a kind of bleak story end to set us up more wild. Following the. Good. You're. Going to say if it's following the history of the characters that we meet in Ghost form and breath of the wild. Sort of a giveaway.
Sister of slain tech CEO Fahim Saleh speaks out
"It was one month ago, the 33 year old tech entrepreneur Fahim Zola, was found murdered his body dismembered in his lower East Side apartment. His sister Ruby has written a lengthy essay about her brother on medium And she posted a video on her YouTube channel. My family and I are in such shock. And debilitating pain. Our beautiful boy was taken from us. And right now it doesn't feel like life can ever be joyful again. The victim's former personal assistant, stunned his boss with a Taser and then stabbed him multiple times. Authorities say the suspect had embezzled $90,000 from
Creativity in lockdown with Dan Thawley
"Name's done thoroughly and I am. The editor in chief of a magazine curated by fashion and odds journalists based in Paris mistrial like I was born in Sydney and moved over to Europe in two thousand nine. And I've been working on this magazine since two thousand nine is its digital editor in two thousand and ten. I became the editor in chief. It's a magazine that was started in Antwerp in two thousand one with the mission of creating Belgium's first name fashioned title and it quickly became something quite different as the concept is to invite one fashion designer to curate each each issue of the magazine at say cut blonde to them to express their interests their that loves their obsessions and all about the universe in around two hundred pages and it is something that has really done a a world to a in nearly twenty years with designers from France and Italy from Japan from England and from the United States and really a covering a very very broad aesthetic scope as well so it started with designers like Martin Majella and had Iraq common and alleviate tastes skins people that were really based in that late nineties Belgian aesthetic And then moving forward. We've we've worked with the many many different types of designers like Alexandra mckelway at Gucci. We've worked with Palo Pitcher Lee at Gallon Tina and almost issue which is just about to hit newsstands. In the coming days and was announced last week is with. Luke and Lucy mayor who are the Co curated directors of Joe Sanders Milan. I'm such a fan of theirs. I'm really excited to read this. But I'm I'm wondering Dan. How how. How do you put together a print magazine while in confinement? How did you make that work? We're very impressed so we have. I mean it's always a long process in this initiative. We've been working on for many months. So certain parts of it were very luckily finished. Just before legal confinement and other parts of it was still in the process as we as we were shutdown lockdown here in France so I was very lucky to have program this issue more or less to come out around this Around this time but it was slightly delayed. But I'm what we don was actually done most of the physical productions in the months of January to March already. So what was the biggest challenge for US was That we usually design the magazine together without team in Cologne as we work with a wonderful office codes Marais and Mirae in a column and so usually we would have gone there with looking Lucia and whichever designer we were with the time for a couple of days and we sit in the office with them and we design all the pages and we go through all of the process of of the structure and putting everything together in person. And this time we were unable to do that. As actually there was a case of covid nineteen in the in the office in Cologne in the earlier. Part of of quarantine. It was really off the table before travel was actually Was actually restricted. So we were forced to do everything. And and work from home as as were everybody else. What we were lucky was that we'd had most of Al Photo shoots finished so I'm one of the challenges was that we had photographers rushing to their lab. Zola the All over the place to get prints developed in time and we did shoot Many different cities New York Bacelona Paris. I slammed we. We really were all over the place. Summer talk of traveled others were in their in their hometown during their own country where they could drive and and do something locally which was nice. It wasn't all baked productions Anyway but it was many small things happening at once and and so we did have the risk of getting some of our images in time and then everything was luckily through except for one or two things that we really had too late by the wayside and we set to work designing the magazine from fall which was very challenging. Because we had people in time zones on my colleagues Blake was in Vancouver with his family so he was able to come over for the design periods so we had people working from Vancouver to France to Cologne and Milan only lockdown so it was quite a juggling act but al lost real stroke of luck in the middle. That was that in fact we would for the first time printing with an Italian printout because they work with a special technique where the side of the magazine is actually invisibly bound. So it's bound with stitches. Which then all these small booklets stitch together and then glued on the side so you have this invisible spine with the stitches showing through and they were actually considered an essential service in Italy. Even though they were northern Italy area that was very very heavily affected by the virus and Due to their Status as an essential services provider we were able to print in April saw so that was really interesting and as I said a very serendipitous experience. The putting the print magazine together nut time of course like putting any media together in that period. It was something that had to be done very sensitively. It had to be done with a lot of thought to the well that we were living in at a particular time as well as The That we're going into and We were also very prescient with that because Lucy and Luke's same for the issue that was decided last. July was the idea of human nature and Mother Nature and the interactions between those things that have been decided way before because I feel it so APP. Yes so we've found ourselves with the same that we'd already been working on for months. It was already very much connected to current events. In a way you know we're looking at indicted environments. We were looking at different kinds of architecture that was linked to people's domestic lives the process of them creating work. We were looking at also different elements of of race. We were looking into also things that sort of pivoted around the way we deal with nature and environment. It was something that I of course have to think about when riding my editor's letter which is one of the loss things that goes into the magazine and A very timeless publication. We're not the kind of magazine like You were discussing earlier. The whether it's vogue or New York Times it has to be on the on the point of of the actually of the news and really making strong statements Thereabouts but what we did have in wanted to do. He was still a really acknowledged the fact that we were coming out in this time and in this year Wanted that we will never forget in our in our
"Because we started off with a mention of the earthquake. I thought I would my first story today. Dan could be about some damage. The happened here in Salt Lake City. Everybody not that nothing bad can happen too because the Salt Lake City is the headquarters of a major of the Lord's Church so surely nothing can go wrong here. No no in fact as you just mentioned headquarters of the Church and also home to be you absolutely beautiful Temple Square Named after the temple on Temple Square which is currently Dan. Undergoing a seismic upgrade. Isn't that whole the whole thing? It's not a good time to visit Temple Square because it's beautiful right now under construction already turned down like a couple of buildings and everything but not not the temple. The temple is going to stay. And they're making they're making seismically sound So that it can withstand the next earthquake But there was damage today to the temple. If you happen to be driving by or see it anytime soon. My guess is they will repair this fairly quickly but the famous Angel Moroni Statue on top of one of the six spires right Liberation Gold above the beautiful Angel Marrone. I who famously has a trumpet sort of heralding to all nations. Whatever the the Lights Zola? It's that's true that is true. I guess it's not really a trumpet. You would think has little buttons Bergner cars. This is a very and halfway alpenhorn. Yeah and well. We found something out about that Horn today. It wasn't actually connected ten. It just fell off during the earthquake. Wiggled its way out how I know the sun. I mean things were shaking and I don't know if you noticed this strange phenomenon. But the way that our houses oriented on on our lot Things were CL- there was more sort of things knocked over that. Could that could fall off a wall or whatever off shelf that we're sort of to be east face or east west facing president north south. I think it was good. Side to side action was happening. Presure wonder because it does he. The Angel Moroni Faces East. I wonder if like that temple was like really rock and good. I mean clearly it was and yeah just I. I would have loved to see more than anything. Dan. They're here down to the rain falling down. Oh yeah amazing. And here's here's the funny thing is that so now it looks like the Angel Moroni. I actually went and saw it today because I wanted to see that angel without his trumpet. Yeah I might need. Looks like he's holding his his hand in an open sort of okay. Sign with his fingers down like he's he's made a hole in his hand and now he's just looking through it. I think he's holding out from him and he just kind of looking through his hand. It's early it's like Crucified Jesus looking through his hand. What's what's this all about. God this is not the first time down. That damage has befallen an angel. Moroni on top of it Lds Temple so they know these things can happen. This shouldn't shake anybody's faith as you would hope it to Do you remember just a few years ago. Lightning striking the bountiful temple and no damaging the angel marrone I that some months apparently to get it repaired but wow they eventually did. It was all scorched. You don't remember this. I know a lot about it on the show okay. Here's here's what I do. Here's what I do know. I know that 'cause my dad used to work for the LDS Church and he said that one time this was back in the ninety s they were they did full cleaning of the LDS temple and when they caught two brother. Marone up on top. He apparently had numerous bullet holes in them. Now crackpots take potshots in the middle of the city. Yeah apparently that is why. I wonder how old those bullet holes were. Yeah like from like you know early. Nineteen hundreds of somebody like going around in the seventies shooting at the. It's hard to poll. Just love it that's delicious. Yeah you tell us that. It shouldn't shake anybody's faith that the horn fell out of his hand out shook my faith in that church in that. I thought that they would at least like do a couple of jobs a superglue or something. Why why is this detached? How is able to pull screws? Apparently they were just using gravity to keep it in place. They didn't bother to like yeah just bolted in doing one. It's not like they're hurting for cash. No they could have done it by helicopter and if just for fun just as a show. So don't worry this'll only cost one hundred billion dollars to fix
"zola" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"I used to be the biggest Taylor Swift Fan. The Gum not even GonNa Front Front I had her album fearless whenever I was in seventh grade and I played it so many times I I had you know on repeat all of the time and her Tim McGraw Album. That was her first album the blue background and like they're really curly hair. The one where she sang the Song Tim McGraw. I'm not sure if it was called But I know that was the single and way back. Whenever she first released like our song? I love that Song I still do. She's done a complete one eighty from who she used to be and as soon as she you know lot left the country music scene when I lost interest although I'm not into country music like I once was I really liked her and what she did you know and I feel like she has changed into a completely different person and I don't really understand why people are not seeing this. Why people you know the original fans why she has such a following? I don't understand it because it seems like it's blatantly. Obvious that she used you know country music as an into mainstream Liam society and then totally ditched it for bubblegum pop and just like selling out and stuff and I find that incredibly just. I don't find that very respectable or admiriable. I find it. I find it hard to be a sell-out honestly And and so my initial review of course of the Miss Americana trailer is just cringe. Like I was rolling doing my eyes. The whole time We'll just get into an. I'll give you my opinion so the trailer drops and The beginning we see Taylor kind of getting ready for a big concert and she the first thing she says is okay. Nobody there's nobody who hates me in the audience and it's just like girl like she doesn't she gets on my nerves so this is like a behind the scenes documentary so I guess it's showing you know the things that she's had to endure. I mean mega stardom It comes with the territory and so that's her first opening line. I rolled my eyes. Whatever it goes through her saying saying you know I always had to curate myself for the media this is hurt you know background overlay while all all these montages of her you know growing up and performing and stuff play in the trailer? And she's like by producers and everybody told me eh growing up that good girl smile and wave good girls agree and good. Girls don't spread their opinions and I'm just like says who like you. Totally give your opinion. You've never been shy about giving your opinion. You've never been shy about dating whoever you want to date like. Don't even front girl so then it jumps to a scene with in her living room like she's like crying there's lots of you know raw footage and A lot of tears and she's apparently giving her opinion opinion on politics. And that's what the whole misnomer Khanna is about. It's it's like a a nod to politics and it has a lot to do with politics like that's what it's about and her speaking up and you know finding her voice in In the political climate in twenty twenty like. That's that's what the the trailer alluded to anyways. And I just thought you know Crimea River like that that that was my honest thought. I said that so many times because at one point she sitting on her like living room or wherever like. She's with her mom and she's she's she's crying and she's you know saying like she's essentially saying through this whole thing that she needed to create a new belief system and throw out her old belief system and that she's fighting for people's respect and seven. That's the English. She's taken with the documentary and it's like dude like we followed you for the last ten to twelve years of your career. We know what's going on like you what you know quote like programming unquote. Do you have to unlearn. I don't know it. Just it struck doc me as a first world problem like you have a platform you can speak out on what you want to speak out about now if she were doing something a little bit different and that wasn't all about her like she was using her platform for other people. I'd be more inclined to be like okay. You know like if she was speaking out about sex trafficking and and she made a huge like a whole documentary about her speaking out and using her voice. Okay but the fact that she's speaking out and she's like like the whole documentaries stories about her finding her voice in politics and earning respect. It's like I I don't know it just seems really shallow to me. I've but that's probably because I really don't like her. I don't understand why other people do and I don't think she's that great of a singer I think she's manufactured by the music industry. She luckily got her foot in the door. Before you actually had to have any sort of talent outside of a vocal booth I know that is a very harsh Opinion but that is my opinion The the trailer for the Miss Americana Documentary is a documentary. Commentary looks shallow to me. Basically this documentary about Taylor Swift finding her voice using it in a new way being on the right side of history as she puts it and speaking out for the things that she believes and for the first time That's you know that's the gist. Of what the trailer has you. You know what we've gotten from the trailer. She actually also drops an F. bomb trailer so it should be a grand old shook with time. This documentary humidity premiers on January. Thirty first right after a premier at the Sundance Film Festival. So you know I think I might actually watch. I said the first time that we even got any kind of inkling. That Taylor was making a documentary that I was not going to watch it but I think I'm I'm going to give it a chance I might you know go crazy but I wanna see if there's anything you think I'm missing. I WanNa see if if she really is as annoying as as I think she is. I want to see you know what what she is doing. What she's going through and if I have misjudged her so I'll probably watch it? You know just to get the full scoop before totally shutting a any semblance of liking her dad because right now I'm there but I have to admit on popular opinion from me this the Song Miss Americana and the heartbreak prince is actually good like actually like that song That's on her new album lover. And that's you know the the song of the documentary. That's what she named after Miss Americana and she kind of uses the metaphor of high school you know against against the backdrop of the political climate and Americana. It's not what we always thought it was going to be. So that's you know what we we have right now January thirty first so like nine days. I'm I'm excited for it. Not Nine days. I can not do basic math five days. Yes I'm I'm excited to watch it. I might not make it through. There's a lot of hype around it. It seems like it's stuff that we've already covered just in a new easily digestible form. But thing that she's totally dropped her. You know goody two shoes act and she's blatantly throw around bombs in her trailer. I might give it a shot McQueen for good f-bomb so that so that when we come back Bambi is being made into a live action movie so talk a little bit about that talk about what's coming to Disney plus M February twenty twenty A little bit about the punk to Reboot boot and then. We'll talk about Zola. So there's this girl. Her name is Zola. She's a she's a stripper. And it's kind of you know Her stripper diaries. She was crazy twitter thread. That was like two hundred threads long a tell all in it. I listened to the whole thing. It's being turned into a movie. Picked up a studio eight twenty four which is an awesome studio. They made a midsummer and so we'll get a little bit into that kind of an unbelievable story And then to end I going to list five movies. You need to watch with your significant Difficult other and this was actually. I requested this I was like I asked my significant other. Tyler I said you know what would you wanna hear. What should I do for my wildcard? He said why. Don't you do five movies. You should watch with your significant other so straight from tyler. The five movies to watch with Your Bay so stay right here with us. We'll be right back with the GMC podcast and what to find out what movies to go. See and check out the GS AMC. Movie PODCAST I. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See he now. 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Ferns with Mobee Weinstein
"Moby so good to have you and think of some of the fun times we've had before. Hi How are you. I'm well thank you and you good good so many so many plants I associate with you. It's funny from classes and from interviews and so forth so Anyway the new book Called the complete book of Ferns and it is from their history. Istrian sort of biology and care varieties for both indoors and out but this being winter I thought we sort of do indoor focus segment so but I sort of. Let's let's start with a definition. What do I have to do to be a fern? What's fern well? So ferns are plants. Of course. Could you got that answer right right. Good right But most people would think that if something is delegating Lacey they think. Oh that's a fern for for example. ASPARAGUS fern not furnished all right And actually in asparagus but what by definition of fern is is a plant that is vascular in other words it has a system. It's kind of like our veins and arteries in has a pumping humping system through Lance They also have leaves but in particular week. All these leaves mega fills and technical term. And it really really just means that they have Branching veins and it allows them to get much larger having a branch vein system and then they reproduce he produced by sport not by sea night. So that's what makes a fern affirm and it really has nothing to do with how it looks to who US superficially quite different. I mean in the book that was one of the most fun kind of looking through the glossary of the indoor and then the outdoor Varieties that hugh recommend. I mean the diversity is quite startling. Really exact yeah. Yeah most people think of them as very delicate lacy and always always in kind of moist tropical woods or even temperate. You know forest but most people don't realize they can be very large or very led led the real or completely on dissect it or undivided undivided and strap shape. And they can grow and desserts and they can grow in water and people. Just don't realize how diverse I they are I. It's funny. They say water because one fern that I grow every year I actually order it. Mail order to put on the top of my to you. Ground water gardens to kind of shade the water and keep You Know Green. Algae from growing you know rushing algae from forming it's over it's deprive the light of water the the water of light and one or the other movie. I'm not sure and and it's just so beautiful. I say as Zola. Jason La La La La and I just love it in its its velvety and it's it's sort of sometimes picks up a reddish cast at certain times of year and certain amounts of. Yeah and it's just beautiful. It's like a velvet carpet or something on the surface of the water. It's a fern fern and most people who would never look at that and think they're looking at a fern even if you look at it close up you still wouldn't think it's a firm but what it is and it's rather small but it just divides and grows so rapidly that it can actually smother water surfaces so in tropical areas. It's considered quite aggressive. But they've used it well. People learned a long time ago that it helped rice grow we. We now know that it's because it has a special symbiotic relationship. When I first learned it? They said it was a blue green algae. Now it's classified as a cyanobacteria but it's the same organism and it fixes nitrogen so it really helps the yield of the rice crops So it's actually a very important important plant for some very important food production and it's a little fern. Yeah Yeah it's usually beautiful in like a dish garden even you know. Yeah just a little bowl of water with some Zola floating in it mosquito fern because just as you were saying you might use it to block the sun out of the water to reduce use algae from growing because it smothers the surface. It can kind of make it more difficult for mosquitoes to breed in the water right sitting water. So yeah yeah so so ferns for desserts firms for water for lots of different habitats including putting our houses. So so they're not one-size-fits-all and of course our indoor environments aren't sort of homogeneous either you know not not places inside the house light exposure or temperature whatever and and no two houses so I don't know how. How could we kind of do this? Do we talk about the plants by the types of exposure in conditions. They like how how do you. How do you want to introduce some of your favorites or some that? You want to recommend that we give a look too well Yeah there's there isn't one way you that could only be done but I like to and this also goes for outdoors anytime any time you want to grow a plant but indoors it can often be much more challenging. I like to I look at your setting to see what you Have because it's human nature to go and buy a plant because you like it and then you come home and find out if no place for it or you don't have any right conditions for it. We all do it. We do it again and again and again but If you can afford that you'll have much better luck. So you look and you say okay. I have an east facing window you could grow almost any indoor fern from the light needs Then you have to look at your temperature. How warm how cool wool most indoors or not freezing right or where people are living but some people do definitely turn their heat down or have rooms or sections of of their homes which a cooler and that could actually be helpful But mostly we'd say there are at least sixty but seventy sixty eighty five seventy degrees At least in wintertime and in summertime. If you don't have air conditioning it's much more My Parliament can get up to ninety into your more in hot summer days when the AC is off right right and I have mud To my dreams of little mushrooms off the House and some people that might have a sunroom of a porch. That's in closed. And maybe they don't go out there and sit all day in the winter but it is still an environment that might suit some types of plants plants and not others and so you really have to evaluate each spot so east window is a good one. What about some of the not the brighter light windows? Well so east would be in my opinion kind of our second lightest north is lowest okay and Some people will say you can grow many friends in north light. I actually have eastern South but myself is not really usable so most my plants in my apartment are east facing and that that is working beautifully for a lot of these of course I wouldn't grow some other plants that need a lot of sun to bloom it's Cetera but all the plants I have can take the east light fabulously obviously and I went to rover limes and things like that in you know in the east light so that's pretty good. West can be okay for a lot of the ferns but especially leeann summer. It can get a little too hot so you just have to be careful and south is the same thing. South is the most light the strongest light But again in the summer could be way too strong way too hot for most of the FERNS. So you'd either back them away from the window or have a sheer curtain or something or You could move them to to the self exposure in the wintertime to get more light if you felt you know that worked for you
Hallmark Reverses Stance on LGBTQ Zola Ads Under Pressure
"Under pressure from a conservative group the hallmark channel is pulled ads for a wedding planning side that featured two brides kissing at the altar Omar telling the Associated Press of the ad for the solo wedding website were pulled because the controversy had become a distraction the conservative group one million moms complained about the ads to bill Abbott the CEO of hallmark parent company crown media family networks celebrities like Ellen the generous and Sandra Bernhardt blasted the decision on Twitter would degenerate saying isn't it almost twenty twenty what are you
The Unionization of Medicine part 1
"Michael Wilks with a second opinion workers in the US have a long history of being taken advantage of by Vajpayee business the less that's given the workers the Moore's available for profit of course happy workers are great for business but that's rarely really appreciated or valued more than a century ago. Labor unions were created to help industrial workers with work related difficulties such as low pay. Hey unsafe or unsanitary working conditions long hours and other situations union wages were generally higher than non union wages and benefits were often greater in union jobs will in hospitals medical residents are the low level workers currently currently they are not allowed to work more than eighty hours a week averaged over four weeks however most residents report working far more than an eighty hours a week but they're afraid to say anything to leadership for fear of being called week or inefficient or disorganized slow to catch on or worse so they lied to their directors and just try to accommodate residents take medicines to keep them awake other medicines to help put put them to sleep quickly and suffer high rates of divorce depression and suicide experts call this moral injury when people's beliefs are harmed by trauma or forced behaviors that result in guilt and shame in a sense of betrayal in the case of medical resins the betrayal Israel of patients colleagues and family members well residents have little power or voice and that leaves them vulnerable to exploitation medical residents have finished four years of grueling medical school and most have incurred educational debts of around two hundred thousand dollars. We'll we'll these loans need to be paid back and the residents need to live pay rent. Buy Food pay for gas. This is hard to do when a resident gets paid lied about twelve dollars an hour and because of these loans and their time investment they can't exactly quit their job so they a soldier on despite the moral injury in order to be certified as a surgeon or a pediatrician or the like medical students must do a residency agency for years resin sucked up the long hours. They denied that how they were being treated by hospitals was inhumane. They also denied that patient suffered because of their fatigue or depression but patients do suffer greatly when their doctors are tired and make mistakes so it should be no surprise that medical residents up and down California are unionizing joining unions unions to represent their interests hoping that a powerful union will provide a balance to the hospitals drive for income that often gets in the way of good patient care and good work life balance. Where's the United for patient care. These things are all based in making sure that the providers themselves are at their best so that it can provide the best care. There's plenty money plenty that gets in the way of providing our best care. That's Zola she home borey a medical resident and Union Rep at the University of California next week. We'll hear more about what impacts unions might did have on patient care and on the other side what harms unions might do this is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion
A New Hope: Seal Learns To Sing Star Wars Theme
"With the news is as distressing as it sometimes is we may all need a story like this next one the story of a singing seal n._p._r.'s danielle chesler reports on the training methods of the seal which could someday help humans this is the sound of a computer playing the star wars theme And a great feel named zone. nailed it researcher amanda stands very train zola and two other grey seal pups for a year what's new about this research is we taught the seals how to imitate new sounds stands berry says i she recorded the seals making their natural sounds and played those sounds back to the seals the seals learned that hey if i make the same noise back i'm going to get a fish next stands very played those same sounds at higher frequencies and eventually she strung a few of those notes together the first time that you hear them actually like imitate something recognizable back it just blows you away the other two seals managed to copy vowels zola moved on to twinkle twinkle little star Are. mark hamill who played luke skywalker tweeted the study writing another royalty for john williams stands berry offered the composer of the star wars theme an unusual pay off the seals might be able to share some of their fish while they're out there back in the wild that's about the only royalties that we're gonna have for john williams stands berry is now a supervisor at the zoo in texas she says other animals like birds and dolphins can also learn sounds but seals are unique because they have vocal cords that might bring a new hope to human speech therapy daniela tesla n._p._r.
A New Hope: Seal Learns To Sing Star Wars Theme
"When the news is as distressing as it sometimes is we may all need a story like this next one the story of a singing seal n._p._r.'s danielle chesler reports in the training methods of the seal which could someday help humans this is the sound of a computer playing the star wars theme And a great seal named Zora. nailed it researcher amanda stands very train zola and two other grey seal pups for a year what's new about this research is we taught the seals how to imitate new sounds stands berry says i she recorded the seals making their natural sounds and played those sounds back to the seals the seals learned that hey if i make the same noise back i'm going to get a fish next stands berry played those same sounds at higher frequencies and eventually she strung a few of those notes together the first time that you hear them actually like imitate something recognizable back it just blows you away the other two seals managed to copy vowels zola moved on to twinkle twinkle little star mark hamill who played luke skywalker tweeted the study writing another royalty for john williams stands berry offered the composer of the star wars theme an unusual pay off the sales might be able to share some of their fish while they're out there back in the wild of that's about the only royalties that we're gonna have for john williams stands berry is now a supervisor at the l. paso zoo in texas she says other animals like birds and dolphins can also learn sounds but seals are unique because they have vocal cords that might bring a new hope to human speech
"zola" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"And it'll be on Zola. Okay. Let's do an Email. So this doesn't have to Britney Spears. So we'll just. Yeah. Hi sammy. And a lean. I love your podcast so much. I feel like I grew up with both of you because I graduated the same year. Also almost thirty and got engaged in between win both of you did. Wow. We're in this together. My question is related to wedding diets, you touched on this a little bit however bride wants to look thin at her wedding. I'm starting to try on dresses. I have a pretty muscular build death, not the best for dresses, and probably technically few pounds, overweight, but I recovered from an eating disorder about ten years ago and ever since I have been taking a lot of time to be happy in my body and Minna good place right now in that regard. I thought I would hate every dress on me, but actually found a few that I love my dilemma is with the wedding diet. Some of my close friends of asked me things like what my dress goal sizes. And when my wedding died is. Starting. I got I don't think they mean anything the list by it because this is a common thing for people getting married to do. And most of my friends also don't know my history with eating issues. But even though I'm happy with myself. I also in general have a hard time with dieting because I can get to obsessive. So I tend to avoid it. I also already feel like I live in a balanced happy and healthy life. Is there a nice way to say that I'm not going on a wedding diet? And I love the way that I look at in the dress choosing between and also my fiance proposed to me when I looked like this. So clearly he's fine without having to go into my entire past actually really funny about talk more. But is it one of those things that I just politely smile and make something up only about only eating unseasoned chicken for six months. Is it weird to not want to look that different than I look now at my wedding. Thank you diet doesn't start tomorrow Bech. I'm honestly jealous of this girl not of the eating disorder, which I'm so sorry that you had to go through that. Which is so fucking hard. But like, she is in a good mind guess base like us. I'm like us meant like Sammy talking about needs to be fucking spelt. Me. I think that you can just be like, I don't think I'm going to do a winning diet. Honestly, I like how I look you could just make it very casual also think most people don't wanna hear about your wedding diet. Like, I could see it when people like ask a casual thing..
"zola" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"No, no, sorry. Sorry that I hold them. And that was like my came here to see the Jonas brothers, and they have a toaster. They're going to give me because I was like I was at that show that greatest that was the day that we got Dr wrong before the show because they're mad at us guys. We were we were crazy because like we when we when we talk about like being fin than groupies. Like, we meet like we were assist to work total Narcisse. We thought we were like the hottest day. No, we're coming on. Like, they give they're talking about as they have names for us. A we one time we're told that they had a name for us. The psycho. The psycho. Probably probably we were so saddened by this that we were like scared to go to too many things after that we got drunk so as run time we went to dinner beforehand because we like we're twenty one like exactly twenty one. I was probably exactly twenty one contracts. Contracts. This place. Yeah. Yeah. Remember getting? You all of beers their daughter like downing them, and then even left that one early little bit. So we could just wave at the bus. Remember probably be had way. Stand in the front of the bus in wave that was fun move for them the now seen but not touched. Yeah. So what is awesome about Zola is that they are wedding company will that will do anything for love and they're reinventing the wedding planning and registry experience. So basically like I can form my website with Zola. And then they also have a ton of our destroys at work with them. They have five hundred thousand couples who use soa they take the stress out of wedding planning because they come up with the free websites. I was telling you they can help you with your dream registry. They're really really affordable.
Jet Lag Is Worse When You Travel East, Earths Wandering Poles
"And in one place, look, if you're not married that I don't think you fully understand how much time that could have saved you'll start with a free wedding website, which is super easy and takes just minutes to set up Zola has more than one hundred beautiful wedding website designs to choose from to fit any couple style and every type of wedding you can put your Zola registry on your wedding website. So guests can get all the details. They need and by your wedding gift in one convenient and beautiful place. Zola also makes it easy to register for newlywed life. The Sola store has the whitest selection of gifts at all different price points. So there's. Something for every guest to give to start your free wedding website. And also get fifty dollars off your registry on Zola Goto Z O L A dot com slash curiosity. One more time start your free wedding website and get fifty dollars off your registry on Sola at Z O L A dot com slash curiosity. New research may help us come up with a more complete explanation for earth's last ice age until now we've blamed the ice age on a combination of astronomical cycles atmosphere, conditions, ocean currents and plate tectonics. And now, geophysicist think they have one more reason, the earth's wandering polls. I get it. Because the red on the polls represents blood the white stripe represents Ben. Hong not barber. Poles Cody that was the previous episode. Oh, right. I meant polls as in the north and south poles. So as reported by universe today. This study was recently published in the journal geophysical research letters, and it says earth's last ice age may have been caused by shifts in the earth, relative to its spin access that caused its polls to wonder for the study, researchers analyzed you physical evidence from the Pacific Ocean that included fossilized patterns of deep ocean sediments the magnetic signature of ozanich crust and the position of the mantle hotspot that created the Hawaiian islands from this. The team figured that within the past twelve million years the earth experienced what they call true polar wander. That's what happens when the entire planet shifted relative to its spin axis when that happens the locations of the north and south poles literally change or wander in this case Greenland, moved far enough toward the. North Pole to kick off the last ice age the shift, the researchers measured would only be about three percent. But that would have had the effect of moving the earth's mantle if Greenland and parts of Europe and North America would have moved north then that would result in lower temperatures there which could have triggered the last ice age looking ahead. The researchers are hoping to build on their analysis. They want to extend it from twelve million years ago to the present. But they also want to extend it further into the past beyond the forty eight million years start date, they used for the study the result of this could be a more refined understanding of how earth's geological history it's ice ages and the evolution of life are all interconnected. I wonder if our pulsa travels east instead of an ice age we ended up with a sleepy age. I think you're definitely in the sleepy age right now.
Report: Climate change will have dire consequences for US
"It is a report on the world's climate and the role of people and governments in it. And it is a report mostly at odds with how President Trump sees those CBS news correspondent Hillary lane reports scientists are warning of grave consequences, if the US does not take action to curb climate change the scale of emission reductions that we're doing in the United States is not enough to really slow the pace of climate change, especially a lot of people around the world and a lot of nations look to us for leadership rendent equa Zola co author of the new report compiled by thirteen different government departments and agencies which found climate change is already causing more frequent and severe storms droughts floods. And
Eddie Murphy, 57, Expecting His 10th Child
"Eddie, Murphy's families now getting bigger oh. My gosh, Beverly Hills cop star who's now fifty seven years old my gosh how, that happened is expecting his tenth child as his partner. Page butcher, debuted or, baby bomb, while in Los Angeles this month Eddie Murphy longtime girlfriend page butcher pleased to announce that they're expecting their second, child in December according, to a rep for burpee Murphy's eldest son. Eric is nearing, thirty but don't call any of the comedians children, old Murphy jokes. Twenty sixteen entertainment tonight that his children were grown but not owned Eric was born. To Murphy and then girlfriend Paulette McNeely in nineteen eighty nine Murphy second child son Christian was. Born to. Ex-girlfriend tamra hood, back, in nineteen ninety five. With Nicole that's right Bria Myles Shane Zola Bella those the kids I know. And I knew them what Bella, was still. Breastfeeding on the coal and now I think she's Seventeen and he. Has an eleven year old Melby yeah angel and you believe that so the. Murphy clans getting bigger wow Ten kids how many moms for something like that one two three five five moms they're going. To have to be more crimes. That need to be solved in Beverly Hills for him to pay for all these kids five different moms didn't realize that, I didn't. Even know he had, older, kids, when, I, was, with, Nicole hanging out. With the coal and I, had. No no idea so he has one two. Three, four five yeah five five. Different moms that's a lot of. Headaches Kidding right back to school night for Eddie Murphy it's easy, he's got. Moms and he's got, help, I've, been, to, his, house, I didn't have. To worry about all that Accessing your life that's a lot to
"zola" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Make me think about if you years later when i was thinking about zola was not just how can we create an experience of a wedding registry that is fundamentally mentally better that is what people love and want to use but also how do we create a business model that it works that is sustainable that is ultimately profitable and able to support and grow this entire team what how is your employees describe you what are you like as a leader and i will say i'm friends with some of them so i think the first word that i have heard in feedback i've gotten is that i tend to be pretty calm person and some people say that i am my my manner is that i'm so elax that sometimes it seems like i'm not worried about what they are polar opposite and i was going wow verse i'm like what's that light you tell me what does that do so so what are you a relaxed person or is that just the demeanor that you put off the vibe you give well even part of it is i'm a stray lian and and in general it's just the vegemite really we are relaxed people we like to you know watch sport happen go to the beach yeah we're screwed but i think part of starting your own company to that point is like the mentality of you have so many things going on at once how do you stay sane and how do you stay sane without twovehicle founder yes okay so how do you guys stay saying together separately what do you do that lets you run a business and scale it yeah well one of the best things that one of the best decisions that i made was having no boo as my cofounder zola and the reason it's turned out to be an such a rewarding decision is because we had worked together before we had chosen to work together again and we knew how to to work really well together and we knew what we would each good at and we also share similar passions outside of work so what that meant was that when we started the company we could very clearly divide this is what nobis responsible for and going to spend his time on and this is what i am going to focus on and as a result there was less stress in the what you spend your time on so i it's changed over the full years that we've been in business but when we first started he his background is his incredible design thinker and he was previously head of the user experience design team guilt and so he focused very heavily on what is the user experience design the look and feel the brand and the product optimally zola and then i focused on everything else that we had to worry about to get the company up and running in the product up and running including the merchandising the products that the physical products we have on the registry the the financing of the company the hiring of of the functions so everything else so what are the obviously it sounds like you give off and i have met you know if you times like you do give a very calm demeanor so i was wondering how you that but i guess we were just born in their own country but but what what does stress to you what what keeps you up at night like wh and when you are stressed how how do you show that so the because my background is in product i i like to think of things with a product lens and the things that that i think the stress me out all that most important to me to think about doing the right thing for our uses and the right thing for the business and the right thing for employees and the the right thing for the businesses i'll we moving fos enough on all the initiatives that we try to get out the dole we moving foster enough in growing the business we moving fast enough in hiring enough people hiring noneya micromanage the area like in product because that is your background no and the reason is the reason why don't is because this so much of the things to do and because no boob is so on top of it that that's the you know his areas that he has been working on since day one of i know of things that i need to worry the.
NYC considers minimum wage for Uber, other ride-hail drivers
"And it'll help trying to stay cool at penn station i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o r a brooklyn family is speaking out after two police officers allegedly did nothing to help us shooting victim in bed stuy robert face on was shot outside a bar saturday morning and then ran two blocks and collapsed in front of a home nine one one was called in to police officers arrived but never got out of their car upsetting bay san's brother was grossly negligent if you didn't get out the car when you get a call like that you didn't care face on was left there for forty five minutes until the same witness called nine one one again two different officers arrived but face on was already dead zones wife says he could have been saved the forty five minutes with underground has been working on him trying to save forty five minutes they left me bleed out to that nypd has launched an investigation new york city is considering a minimum wage for uber drivers the taxi and limousine commission study says if a driver's earnings fall below seventeen dollars and twenty two cents for the week the company should make up the difference currently the median net hourly earnings that are about fourteen twenty five an hour uber says it's worry that the proposal would substantially increase prices for customers and reduce service a soccer team trapped in a cave said to be in good shape but getting them out well that's gonna take some time the dramatic moment british divers reached the young soccer team how many are there followed by words of reassurance coming many people don't as to their condition this official says though informal assessment we found that most of the boys are in agreeing condition meaning stable health and not in any danger this mother waiting at the entrance says and so excited the first thing i'll do is how can the wait could take some time tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk president trump is moving closer to making his choice for the supreme court he's already interviewed several candidates they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way and i had a very very interesting morning the question is whether there will be a litmus test for the nominee when it comes to their stance on roe v wade white house press secretary sarah sanders refused to discuss the president's views during a briefing yesterday as the president said last week he's not gonna talk to judges about specific cases he's looking for individuals that have the right intellect the right temperament and uphold the constitution but she says the president is prolife meanwhile president trump has called the presidentelect of mexico here's correspondent stephanie ramos president trump says he spoke with mexican president elect lopez oberdorfer about thirty minutes on trade border security nafta and the possibility of a mexico us trade deal we had a lot of good conversation president trump also says he knew this day would come for over door told him a number of years ago when i saw him campaigning for a different race frankly in different era a different race i said he'll be someday he's going to be the president of mexico stephanie ramos abc news washington let's see guatemalan mother separated from her children at the border well she'll be reunited with them today in new york city the kids were brought to a shelter in east harlem in a group raised money for you to travel to the city to see them ten volunteers took turns driving zola's from arizona arriving here in new york.
"zola" Discussed on The Watch
"Like lindsey zola express this really well in her piece about the carters which is saying the thing that she found most hopeful about the everything is love album is that the whole album is about how they are wealthy enough to to make a dynasty that their children are safe now then made a better world and she's saying something i agree with if you can think that there's a better world around the corner then this is music i want to listen to right now it doesn't feel like it but a lot of these things feel deeply divorced from the larger concerns and so i you know as someone who's been a fan of kanye west for as long as he's been making music i do actually still care about him and his mental health and his creative process as a person i'm engaged with him in his music making but the level of projected narcissism that's coming at us and a record about how like is need to hurt myself to feel things people are getting hurt right now you know in the world and i'm having trouble engaging with it and frankly you know that's another reason why i just i actually thought going into the season of westworld that i would be able to dip into now because you wanted the escape we yeah or i was like i'm curious about the storytelling they're doing or maybe but the idea of frittering away time in amaze doesn't feel productive to me you know it doesn't feel distracting it feels indulgent and kind of aggravating now the aggravation part of all this that feels like of the responding to the the frequency that the world is vibrating on and i i don't remember not to be george bush doesn't care about black people guy forever sure and it's not the carters job too not do the things that they wanna do artistically and aesthetically because they happen to come out on a week and it felt like the world was falling apart because frankly if you look at twitter long enough it always feels like the world is falling apart and.
"zola" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"I know it's very nervous but you did wells i think you're going to like these scores as i'm looking here through the rubric so originality now look we've heard of electronic medical records before okay so i can't say this idea was completely surprising to me so i think i'm going to give you a seven there seven i know listen it's a hard game to win listen you still have a lot of time to earn more points so i'll send you my deck off that's great and we'll post the deck alight for everyone to see presentation i'm giving you a nine there's a powerful story that this idea comes from i was fascinated to hear sort of where it came from profit potential i think we all know the medical industry is like one of the biggest in the entire world right so i've got to give it a ten and do i personally agree with it i'm going to give it a nine only because i do have some concerns over the data issues but again i'm tired of writing down my dang name when i go and visit the doctor so that is a pretty excellent score to enter the second round with we're not going to total it up just just yet that was very good now it's time to interview round welcome to the interview round the round where reputations are one and fortunes can be lost that's not true shannon you're the ceo of zola and for those of us who are still desperately alone what is sola and how does it make money is the fastest growing wedding registry and wedding company in the country and we use design and technology to serve couples from the day they get engaged through that fest year of marriage so we've created a wedding registry as office product that meets the needs of couples getting married today who have very different to any other couple in previous generations where's the money come from for you guys it's an e commerce business model so we you register full things through sola like products are experiences and we sell at retail price just like any other ecommerce stole and we buy it at a wholesale price i in the estelle and when you want to brag to people about how well zoll is what do you tell them i say we've had a half.
"zola" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"Formation and use it for ill i would be interested in hearing more about kind of like what it is like to come back from us a serious injury like that because you you and already founded zola right when that happened and then it's sort of one of those cases where life kind of turns on a dime right and like all your plans go out the window what has it been like for you trying to battle back from that like my gosh yeah it was it was a very tough recovery and actually it's still continues and i think a couple of things that that i really thought a lot about during that time that i couldn't do anything in it's going to stock in bed a lot of it was just like you know what do i want to do with my life because life is really short and could end at any second and is what i've been doing with my life still the thing that i choose to do above anything else and it's a one realization was actually yes and just having had a moment all many months and a lot of time to think about that and and reaffirmed that actually made me mole motivated and driven comeback to work and and get up and do what i'm doing everyday because i knew that i actually had a very real choice and this is what i chose so that was one big thing that i see as the silver lining the other thing that i feel really grateful was that i was lucky that year in january we had just brought on and i had hired a president and coo and so she was really able to take on a lot of the stuff that i was doing so that it didn't completely full through the cracks while i was out and you know i will be forever grateful that i had that backstop so that the business wasn't relying on me and i think what makes me side is that it kind of shows that the business could is not just all about one person it's about the entire team of people that they win that one post it's not they're very good well that brings the big idea round to close and now it is time for scoring.
Brewers, Padres and Cardinals discussed on
"To three brewers seven rockies three padres over the cardinals five to three the celtics beat the cavaliers game one of the nba eastern conference finals one oh wait eightythree a seventeen o run in the first quarter set the tone jaylen brown scored twenty three in the victory lebron james was held to fifteen for the cavs over five from three point land with seven turnovers nhl eastern conference finals the capital's trailed two one after the first period then scored five unanswered goals over the final two they've won at tampa bay six to two heading home for game three with a two zero series lead the winner of the pg as player championship webb simpson he began the final round ahead by seven shots as lead never got below four finished eighteen under par four ahead of jimmy walker shall schwartz zola zander shafi tiger woods followed up his thirdround sixty five with a sixty nine but finished seven the pace at a tie for eleventh play soccer new york city f c playing l a to a two two draw.
"zola" Discussed on Bobbycast
"It's been inspiring thing to make music you by you have to be careful of is you won't friendships to be real you want those relationships to be based on how you feel around each other not based on what's happening in each other's careers you want that real connection and i think i think the biggest thing for them is that they've had they just keep the real nece around them and so two why that's what inspires us to work harder and let you say i'll root for people that work hard that all humble i don't it doesn't even matter if you like each other's music is just that you respect the way that the doing it so positive commercial zola is no zola is that we'll do anything for love they are reinventing wedding planning and registry experience the happiest moment of couple's lives have been happier do you you know know intrigued okay from engagement to wedding decorating i homes all as they're combining their customer service with modern tools and technology and all is free it's easy to use over five hundred thousand couples have you sola i didn't know that now zola registry has everything you love about your favorite department store plus things like honeymoon funds fitness classes wind subscriptions and so much more than five hundred brands it's easy to use and even more than register register for classes you can go i'm registered by me or things like the perfect blender or you can blend a lot a lot you can have friends once it got married and they had they had a people pay for like their car ride.
"zola" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Com slash query and put in the offer code query for fifty bones off of your mattress purchase today's episode of query is sponsored by zola zola is reinventing wedding planning and the registry experience to make it the happiest moment of your life just kidding your wedding zappia moment of your life but they are doing everything they can to make your life happier this is how the do it on zola you can register for top brands and also for experiences and cash funds i like this idea because i have personally had a registry in a place where you could get actual stuff and also a separate registry where you could donate to semi on a honeymoon and that was a pain in the neck what i like about zola is that it's a one stop shop for everything that you're that folks might need to support you on your wedding day and guess what else you can also use the zola wedding app on your iphone or android wow just head over to the zola dot com website and check out what they've got offer you can join over five hundred thousand couples who've you zula sign up with zola and receive a fifty dollars credit toward a registry us being zola dot com slash query that's zola z o l a dot com slash query for fifty dollars towards your registry that's right you could get a blender and some money to take your honeymoon all in the same place.
Organizers hope to draw half a million to the March for Our Lives rally
"Of emergency since last year do attacks there's only one other candidate and cc's expected to easily win a second term jane arraf npr news cairo britain's the times newspaper disclosed today that egypt kicked out it's cairobased correspondent last month the times calls it an attempt by authorities to intimidate the media head of the vote this is npr this is wnyc in new york i'm lance lucky and as you've been hearing tens of thousands of new yorkers are taking to the streets as part of the national march for our lives day of action wnyc reported banish acne ed is on the scene at central park where people rallied before starting to march the organizers of this demonstration started by saying that they wanted it to be about gun violence not just in school but in the streets and that's really what speakers delivered on right before this march started manhattan resident i lean mentz joined the marchers under bright sunny skies she says she came out to support teenagers across the country has they fight for gun reform she thinks members of congress should take note i think if they see that these kids who are turning eighteen very soon many of them will vote maybe they'll rethink how they have developed that message was echoed by new poll key zola of the youth coalition for black lives matter of greater new york the nra all the politicians taking money for them we're going to vote you out of office stay tuned as our national coverage continues with brian lehrer until two o'clock this afternoon on wnyc mayor de blasio has asked the state parole board to reverse its decision to grant parole to herman bell who was convicted in the nineteen seventyone killings of two nypd officers in a letter written to the board's chairwoman the mayor says quote murdering a police officer is in cold blood is a crime beyond the frontiers of rehabilitation or redemption the board granted the seventy year old bell parole earlier this month citing his age and good behavior he could get out as early as april seventeenth wnyc at one oh six support for npr comes from jones day and integrated partnership collaboratively providing legal services for more than a century fortythree offices five continents serving clients as one firm worldwide learn more at jones day dot.
"zola" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"Support for today's show comes from zola zola is reinventing the wedding planning and registry experienced make the happiest moment in couple's lives even happier i know guys if this was around i was having a wedding please with over five hundred top brands and fifty thousand gifts experiences and cash funds zola registry has everything you love about your favorite department store plus things like honeymoon funds fitness classes wine subscriptions and more i wouldn't have just gotten that stupid ladle i could have had something awesome from my friend who i don't even cook i know i could have had a vacation instead of spending my own money like dumb dumb you can personalize your registry with photos and notes about why or coveting certain gifts and zola even offers price matching and free shipping every day that'll make all your friends and family so happy they don't have to pay for shipping better yet zola's friendly customer service team will go above love and beyond helping your loved ones pick out the perfect blender walking your grandmother through the registry because as you know your grandmother doesn't know anything about shopping online flam this isn't your grandma's reginald stray is what we mean and zola's full suite of tools can be managed from the zola wedding apps for iphone and android i went to the sola website and it's so user friendly as you know casing i are hundred year old women to know that this is so user friendly and so easy to access it's going to be great for everybody from young to old join over three hundred thousand couples who have used sola to sign up zola and receive a fifty dollars credit towards your registry go to zola dot com slash housewives that's zola's z o l a dot com slash housewives for fifty dollars towards your registry.
"zola" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"Yeah a good a smooth oh move k something okay but i'm excited to my tattoo she's also touching my other one so i'm going to be healing on both sides but out all dealer is going to be covered in that second skin shit i'm going to be slathered knock before i'm going to be like greece the melon now let's grease the melania the melon i think we should you know take quick little break and then come back with a quiz and some questions up lifting moments right back to this podcast is brought to you by zola so for any of you out there that are in the process of planning wedding or you're going to have a wedding in the near future zola's doing a great thing where they're kind of bringing wedding registry and like creating a wedding from scratch like into the twenty first century by like having it all online and connected and it's making a really great service that's easy to use to help you and your guests have like the most streamlined wedding you could possibly have so basically what you do is you make zola website and then you can have like your wedding website which will show all guys like where where it's going to be you know all the different information that they need about the event and then also can lincoln all of the registry stuff and then guests can actually go in together on certain gifts and things and they just make it really easy for both you and your guests to get all the information about your wedding out there to everyone which honestly i didn't even think about having a website for a wedding.
"zola" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
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"zola" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
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"zola" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
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"zola" Discussed on Raised by TV
"As messages we'll be right back i hear wedding bells well it's not me i'm already married well it could be me who knows what's going to happen in my life put zola is the wedding company that will do anything for love their reinventing the wedding planning and registry experience to make the happiest moment in our couples lives even happier i mean you know registry is can be a little difficult to navigate as a as a wedding gas or like even registering or choosing a registry it's very it's very annoyed you're trying to pick your favorite store and just and then suddenly are limited just what they have well not was ola with over five hundred top brands and 50000 gifts experiences and cash funds zola registry has everything you love about all your favorite department stores plus things like honeymoon funds with fitness classes wind subscriptions and so much more recently has gotten invited to a couple of weddings they use solar and it was so much easier to pick like picking a specific gift that's already there rather than wreck in your brain or just writing a check it feels nice it's easy to use for couples and their guests plus the friendly customer service team will go above and beyond from helping you pick out the perfect blender to walk in your grandmother through the registry yeah you know you've got to help them old folks figure out the internet and was though as top rated app for iphone ipad and apple watch couples can manage their registries on the go and over three hundred thousand couples have best of all your solar registry automatically integrates into your zola wedding websites of guests can seamlessly shop and get all the details they need in one play that is so easy and ossama i mean you know when it when making a registry which i have done in my life i find it difficult because you suddenly end up being like okay now everything i have is from creatine barrel or used fuel obnoxious that you're like it might really asking for like all these things it's like i should let people have.
"zola" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence
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"zola" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
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