5 Burst results for "Zukowski"
"zukowski" Discussed on WCPT 820
"What is a number story? My number story started with beer and a lack of support. And it has led me to be there for others. A number story begins in our childhood with aces, adverse childhood experiences. My number story begins with the separation from my father and the emotional abandonment from my mother and leads to me being a role model to not only myself but those around me by becoming the person that wasn't there for me. Aces are so common two thirds of us have one. My number story begins with drug abuse and homelessness and leads to realizing that I can live life by my own standards. A study found the more aces the more likely we may experience a host of serious health effects, physical and mental, but that doesn't need to be the case. Your ace number is simply an entry point to your own story, where it leads is up to you. My number story begins with years of emotional abuse and leads to peace, clarity and security in my self worth. Take control of the war your number story leads at number story dot org. Because facts matter, you have a thing to WC PT 8 20. Stephanie Miller. Like she's never. It is the Stephanie Miller show. What would you eat? We were talking about my tiny baby nephew, Paul Fitzgerald, who was in the new Shonda Rhimes Netflix series the residents playing the first gay president. Mmm um. He was talking about choking up like we've been seeing the set of the Oval Office. Yeah, and remember you saw the actual one. I did. And you gasped and clutched your pearls. Is that? We got a tour. You're like, is that the? I like to make sure we keep it in good hands. I wasn't expecting to see it. And then when you open the door, I'm like, oh my God. It's round. It's like that. Hannah, in Ohio. Hey yo, hey Anna. Hi. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. Can you. Have a chance to not work on the air? You can't say that word on the air. Too early. Sorry, sorry. I just wanted to jump back real quick to the caregiver discussion. I have been an STN a for over 15 years. I work in hospice right now. I can tell you for a fact that the nursing homes are highly understaffed. They are underpaid, they're having agency come in because the agencies are willing to pay their people more and the workers just don't care. Yeah. And admin and admin knows all of this. They know that these workers are not giving the care. I personally have a haunted patient right now who is completely cognitive and they have told me that they have waited an hour and a half with a coli on to get changed. Yeah. Oh yeah. That is criminal. Yeah. Yeah, no, I've gone, and that's right. No, listen, I love you too. No, I've had to go ask and again, a lot of them, it's not their fault. Like you say, they're so incredibly understood, but I've had to go on it like my mom is adding in her own, you know, for an hour and a half. I mean, you think if we weren't here, but it just, you know, when they need 24/7 skilled nursing, it's not like most of us can't do that. Particularly they have full-time jobs, you know, so it's your wife. We depend on you, and yet at the same time, Jan zukowski is right. You're incredibly overpaid and overworked, and, uh, anyway, God bless you, I love you once again. Thank you. All right, thank you. So don't
"zukowski" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Stephanie Miller. Like she's never. It is the Stephanie Miller show. What we do it, we were talking about my tiny baby nephew, Paul Fitzgerald, who was in the new Shonda Rhimes Netflix series. The residents playing the first gay president. He was talking about choking up and seeing the set of the Oval Office. Yeah. Yeah, and remember you saw the actual one. I did. And you gasped and clutched your pearls. It's like, is that? We got a tour. You're like, is that the? Oh my God. Let's make sure we keep it in good hands. I wasn't expecting to see it. And then when you open the door, I'm like, oh my God. It's round. It's like that. Hannah in Ohio. Hey yo, hey Anna. Hi. Thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you Did you have a chance to say that word on the air? You can't say that word on the air. Too early. Sorry, sorry. I just wanted to jump back real quick to the caregivers discussion. I have been an STN a for over 15 years. I work in hospice right now. I can tell you for a fact that the nursing homes are highly understaffed. They are underpaid, they're having agency come in because the agencies are willing to pay their people more and the workers just don't care. Yeah. And admin and admin knows all of this. They know that these workers are not giving the care. I personally have a hospice patient right now who is completely cognitive and they have told me that they have waited an hour and a half with a co light on to get changed. Yeah. Oh yeah. That is criminal. Yeah. Yeah, no, I've gone, and that's right. No, listen, I love you too. No, I've had to go ask and again, a lot of them, it's not their fault. Like you say, they're so incredibly understood, but I've had to go and like my mom was sitting in her own, you know, for an hour and a half. I mean, if we weren't here, but it just, you know, when they need 24/7 skilled nursing, it's not like most of us can't do that. They're particularly have full-time jobs, you know, so it's you're right. We depend on you, and yet at the same time, Jan zukowski is right. You're incredibly overpaid and overworked, and, uh, anyway, God bless you, I love you once again. Thank you. All right, thank you. You don't have a button, so don't you can't say that, but I can. So. That's the desk. John, John people say max. I'm Jessica edinger, CNBC. Wall Street on pace for a losing week, but stocks are poised for a mixed morning today. Procter & Gamble out with strong quarterly results after increasing prices on its products roughly 10%. P and G makes Sherman toilet paper and tied detergent in many more consumer products. Railroad operator CSX enjoyed higher
"zukowski" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"Which we have never properly celebrated is lederer tom or zukowski who has to find the space on every page to fit in all of this text all of this dialogue all of these captures to not just cover up. All of jimmy's art. You know that we have not ever fully appreciated the challenges and not only that but to keep like a narrative flow of like go from here to here are abel's work across the letters on. The page shouts tom or is accountancy for making that happen. And and making it a thing where you can read this whole run. Just never think about the lettering. Because it's so good because it's so well suited to the page like that. That is the challenge. I think and i honestly i'm looking back at two sixty eight right now Which is kind of an iconic issue. Jimmy doesn't do anything weird. Layouts in this issue. It's a very standard with the exception of the toronto vibes of cap diving across the page. The opening which i love as he fights a bunch of hand ninjas Very those actually means. I took time to like really like try to try to spend time looking at those action scenes and they really don't read well to me like it is. It is not dynamic action to me. It feels like the thing. I think he's really do you. Like again. i forget Basically miller and burn miller and burn like do the are the two guys who can draw action. The way that. I think you know like i mean i think historically jim lee's pretty well regarded in terms of his ability to portray action. I mean these. I actually like the wolverine kept fighting hand in just stuff quite a bit. I think he does a good job of giving different portrayals of again leaning into that strength type cap leaping across the page vibe of wolverine snarling mid battle I don't know i. I've never had that. You have with like making sense on the talking about like on individual panels. I think they're decent. I don't think like. I think he's a better like he's a more talented artist than i would. Even say like mcfarland or life held. I think like if i like them if i'm ranking them at this point i'm going mcfarland li life eld but again like i don't i don't really totally know what that's based on. I just like mcfarland. Like the way. Macfarlane makes spidey villain pop. I like he can do that better than any of the other. Two at this overtime like jim. Lee is incredibly pro prolific. He still he still has it right like he can. Still draw a great batman. I don't i think just. He has a style of superhero drawing. That i don't love you know it's just a little too I dunno i. It's it's it's like it's too overly serious serious. There's something about it that just does with made call. We'll have i got a decade. You're gonna won't rob lightbulb is very self serious foreshore but like he doesn't pull it off like jim me like actually kinda does it right. You know like yeah. He does a better job of trying to draw like very serious batman. So like i at least don't have that lamb has not in this comic. You keep talking. Well i know. When i think of jim lehrer think about dc. I don't think about his marvel. 'cause i don't know his marvel that i get with the times that's a decade in the future. My man i will say here. I will say here as well. Jim lee i actually think in these. Keep coming to because it's a classic. It's flashback issue about wolverine meeting captain. America world war two about being there mysteriously In kind of end in the present day..
"zukowski" Discussed on Liminal Podcast
"Thing in the yellow blue is it just kind of it kind of works that have never been able to tell anybody why my how you think maybe change in. The last six months has the way the world's gone affected in any way. Or have you simply drawn inspiration from exactly the same places and led the out. Lock yourself away and began that process. Once again i find it even amazing that you think i get inspiration. It's just i just go with it. I really kong drawn different places of people or anything. I just i mean zone. It's more like i'm just in a place this. What's coming out as a byproduct. Yeah maybe feels a bit unconscious at times you just. You're in the moment pens. Who pays well bush to converse on you. Just you just float your buddies at one e mind go music or anything on could ask all always a country music. Yeah anything and everything. I was been ready. One key painting to beethoven the other night for about forty full. Te'o sixty minutes to my flatmates. Much thing absolutely bronchoscope is. They're just eric nyc ludwig van coming out of my room and just staying there for hours on end but anything else so that his blessed documentary on netflix. That you sent me the artists. Oh yes oh my god it. don't get me on. That will be on it all night. He reminded me of him. When you were talking about the fact that usually just start a piece of work and then to see it through to the end you don't take back anything. And that's what his process was wasn't it. Well can you just say what his name was without going on a massive time into the. Yes and there's a documentary on netflix. About artists astonished laughs zukowski for which i've just purchased one of these artworks. Actually did that date of so excited. It's got spelling mistake on the print. for cheaper price in. It should be but it's it's an original Arguably one of the most incredible sculptures in history it like to that of wrote in excetera and t created bronze and different artworks even though he was blind in one eye and they destroyed in the war so no one ever got to see the he just keeps a few expenses away now but this guy met him quite by chance and they struck up a friendship and zukowski eventually left him as a state. But it's a beautiful story and it really struck a chord with me. Abou- i'm not comparing myself to sculpture of all time. Even though i just did a monster become in this not now no. It's some people are just born to do things. That's that's what i consider and extremely privileged and humbled and excited that navy said he full years old. I finally found my was born today on everything. Copy doing this all. My is now the radius good way of keeping tabs on sobriety. But also. I feel like i'm doing something for the world when i do. It just feels right. Food gives you come for something we wanted to talk about. We were going to be later on. She ought i'd really love to hear is and this is something you've obviously mustard. Got really good at. How do you balance this kind of thing. Which is one. It's a hobby. But this sounds like this. Is you wrote most passionate. How balanced with the everyday facets of life is so hard a massive massive task when we know that from this podcast. I'm eating an incredible book. At the moment. I still read announced by the time to read gracie it some promise. Delphin dolphin gallery says when going into this. You have to log cabin. You have to be vernon administrator to a certain extent. Because if i had a team to do this it wouldn't be my work. None of it. And i also think that you've got to so encouraged people by example on this twenty four hours a day. Is that when i say. Can i sleep a lot because i'm a sloth so i get like this. It does no point. When i'm not doing this. Just sold a painting right now stuff and doma fired. I'm like okay so it's constant it's like it's it's tiring and it's hard work. I think if my ideas safe. I put into it now. Eventually if i get to my drain someone i trust. I can solve. Shed that with eventually. That will be a plan. So i've stopped this kind of art friends thing which my might help a little bay is a. It's it's a lot. i was talking to my psychologist. Is the diabetics actually considering getting work. So i can pop those emails down a certain point and just you know having a personal thanks to my personal stuff. That might be a bit. When people in the world don't have one phone that might be a bit also get like a burner phone. Just talk a little knock yellow line. That sounds way. Doesn't it play some primitive dodgy or.
Washington DC - Police investigate after man kills wife, 18-year-old in Mount Airy
"Like everyone else the residents of Mount Airy Maryland are sheltering against the corona virus but they're also coping with a double shooting on Thursday that took the life of a mom and a promising high school athlete a statement by the town of Mount Airy so is the entire community is left reeling by the deaths of heathers who should call ski a thirty six year old mother of three and our next door neighbor eighteen year old no law homa Yanni a high school lacrosse player the Carroll County sheriff's office says the woman's estranged husband Joseph Zukowski shot his wife then the neighbor who was outside before returning to his own home in Gaithersburg where he took his own life the town says its prayers and condolences go to the families