39 Burst results for "andrea"

Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:13 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"We'd have had roughly two thousand deaths from the corona virus. At this point, I definitely get get your point there and but that's just one one instance of The way scientists being totally rejected in. So many areas we talk about you know studying climate change or whatever it is. It just seemed like we're turning away from and because of. I don't know what the real cause of it is but all conspiracy theories that have come up over the years and because of the distrust in governments, we've taken that distrust towards government and whatever we're being told in the media and turned that on scientists like and. From my perspective having worked in thousand worked with a number of of really dedicated. well-meaning scientist I never met one that would sell his soul for a political favor or to be to be part of a political system. But that's the general consensus among people because they've turned that distrust towards the media and politicians and government towards scientists. Now it's distrust. There's a problem within science to. Starting in. Nineteen sixty eight. A an anti technology anti-capitalist approach has made great headway on science nine, hundred, sixty I was year that. Paul. Paul Ehrlich. Published the population bomb and he said that by nineteen eighty received a long way off in the distance. People there. So little room for humans on planet people literally standing on each other's shoulders that people would be dying by the hundreds of millions especially in North America and India well, nineteen eighty was forty years ago. Did that happen? No, it didn't happen with basic is. Promoting an anti anti technology and anti-capitalist Dogma. Not, real science, he was a butterfly scientists for God's Sakes It's a little hard to generalize from. Butterfield Butterfly population boom crashes, they human woman crapshoot, and that anti technology anti-capitalist approach has been politicizing science. So when I Came a task the science at the age of ten. He became my religion. It was a matter of curiosity about absolutely everything not imposing dogmas doing the opposite. So what does all this mean? This is the planet of climate catastrophe. It has been since the very beginning and whether or not there's made global warming there is going to be either a great ice age or the next great global warming. It's inevitable one hundred and fifty, five, million years ago. This planet was so warm that there were. Dinosaurs living in relatively tropical conditions at the south whole right. Now, how many smokes? That's how many capitalists how many tail pipes were there around Andrea and fifty five million years ago. Know. So our task is come up with climate stabilization technologies if getting all the greenhouse gas out of the atmosphere as an effective climate stabilization technologies hey, we are onto something if we can use giant solar farms of solar panels in the sky space spiral power or space solar power satellites that harvest power and transmit them the earth and use lasers to heat hurricanes. So we direct them away from population centers. Great. If we can tap the power of hurricanes, the way we tapped the power of waterfalls then or the way we've tapped the power of fire itself of explosion. Look how a V eight modder. Uses explosion. It uses hundreds of explosions A. In order to power your car explosions catastrophe, these tasks that we have. I WanNa see us tame hurricanes and tornadoes and use their energy. But we have to recognize something with or without the man made component climate change is inevitable..

Paul Ehrlich North America Scientist India Andrea
Here are the winners of the 2020 Ig Nobel Prizes to make you laugh, then think

Kottke Ride Home

04:45 min | 1 d ago

Here are the winners of the 2020 Ig Nobel Prizes to make you laugh, then think

"The Twenty Twenty Ige Nobel Prize winners were announced last night the ignoble prizes to achievements that. First make people laugh. Then make them think the prizes are intended to celebrate the unusual honor the imaginative and spur people's interest in science medicine and technology and quote. A. Common Misconception about the ignoble prizes is that they're like the razzies you know making fun of things for being bad. But as they say on their website quote, we're honoring achievements that make people laugh and then think good achievements can also be odd funny and even absurd. So combat achievements a lot of good science gets attacked because of its absurdity and a lot of bad science gets revered despite its absurdity and quote. This year, the award ceremony was held only online but fun fact for you the ceremony while always in person prior to this year has also been streamed online every single year since nineteen, ninety, five making it. One of the very first events to be streamed live online. Improbable research who runs the prize thinks that it may have been the first ever event streamed live online was. Not a music concert, which is pretty cool and now without further ADO, here's a rundown of the twenty twenty winners, the Acoustics. Prize. went to a multinational team that basically had an alligator inhale a bunch of helium with the high pitched effect you'd anticipate so that they could study how alligators communicate the psychology prize went to a North American, team who came up with a method to. Identify, narcissists based on their eyebrow movements. The Peace Prize actually went to the governments, of India and Pakistan. For quote, having their diplomats surreptitiously ring each other's doorbells in the middle of the night and then run away before anyone had a chance to answer the door and quotes and next up the physics prize went to a team who wanted to see what happens to an earthworm. When you vibrate at high frequencies, some of these I think make a lot more sense view actually dive into the paper ignoble does a really good job of describing them in the weirdest most intriguing ways possible. The Economics Prize was awarded to the team who tried to quote quantify the relationship between different countries, national income inequality, and the average amount of mouth to mouth kissing and quote. The management. Prize went to a team of professional Chinese hitmen who conducted a hit by having. So many of them pay the other one to do it with less and less money each time that eventually no one was murdered. The. Prize was awarded to Richard vetter for collecting evidence that Entomologists Aka people who study insects or indeed scared of spiders. Are Not Insects. Now, the medicine prize went to a Dutch and Belgian team for diagnosing missile phony A-. And this is one I remember seen in the headlines about when the research was published because I super identify with it missile phony is Stress at hearing other people make chewing sounds end quotes. The materials science prize sounds completely bazaar and pointless until you understand that this British and American team are archaeologists who were trying to prove something about an artifact that had been found. They won the prize for quote showing that knives manufactured from frozen human feces do not work well and quotes. And finally the Second Prize winner of the year to be more ripped from the headlines than based on academic papers. The Medical Education Prize was awarded to Jay Your Bolsonaro of Brazil. Boris. Johnson of the United Kingdom. Never Injure mody of India Andrea Manual Lopez Obrador of Mexico. Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, Donald Trump of the USA or John of Turkey Vladimir Putin of Russia and govern Guli Berdymukhamedov of Turkmenistan. For quote using the covid nineteen viral pandemic to teach the world that politicians can have a more immediate effect on life and death. Then scientists and doctors can end quote. Wow. Yeah I mean scientists are pretty fed up. You might have seen that scientific American actually endorsed a candidate for president for the very first time in their one hundred and seventy five year history because among other points. Trump's rejection of evidence in public health measures have been catastrophic in the US and quotes

Prize Nobel Prize Medical Education Prize Twenty Twenty Ige India Donald Trump Belarus USA President Trump Vladimir Putin Alexander Lukashenko Andrea Manual Lopez Obrador Jay Your Bolsonaro Pakistan Turkmenistan Mexico Guli Berdymukhamedov Johnson
Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

00:44 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Liked when he was describing to US investigators sally this episode and then he really spelled out how burst you have to like separate the subjects and we see like Kayla take It just now felt like a different job. I still happily was the narrators. He's Mackenzie is crying again, which to me shows the emotion of she. Sad. Okay, we also got from Andrea transcend wants to know who will couple up on the inevitable are H. P. Love. Nicole and rob have a shot at it. I mean I think that those two crazy kids could.

Mackenzie United States Nicole Andrea ROB H. P. Love
Texans Bid Goodbye to the LuAnn Platter: Lubys is Liquidating

Business Wars Daily

03:31 min | 2 d ago

Texans Bid Goodbye to the LuAnn Platter: Lubys is Liquidating

"Wondering, I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this. Friday. September eighteenth some sad news from my home state Texas. Luby's is shutting down on the surface. It's another casualty of the pandemic. Now, if you're not a Texan or haven't spent much time here, Luby's cafeteria chain and an institution. It's an understatement to say that for decades it's been beloved at one time. There were more than two hundred. Luby's Cafeterias in eleven states. Now, there are fewer than eighty left all in the lone star state. The restaurant chains shut its doors back in. March the loss of Luby's goes far beyond the financial implications for the business itself significant enough and even beyond the jobs of its workers the liquidation of Luby's marks something of a cultural shift one that began years ago. The birth of Belugas we know today is the subject of many. Texas. Squabbles was founded when Bob Lou be opened a cafeteria in San Antonio in nineteen forty seven as the company's corporate history claims or did it get it start even earlier with cafeterias run by Bob's Ancestor Harry Lubi? In Twenty Nineteen Texas Observer Writer Andrea Valdez felt the question was so vexing that she wrote I leave the Arcane Texas history quibbles to the more about Asli knowledgeable of our readers. Regardless Luby's was one of many postwar restaurant institutions that sprouted up to serve suddenly sprawling suburbs in the late forties and early fifties. Once upon a time, the announcement of a Luby's coming to town conferred to kind of signal that this place is on the rise in meant heaping helpings of chicken, Fried Steak Square Fish Fried of course, creamy macaroni and cheese and Jalapeno corn bread all at modest prices and serve with a bit of Texas style. You want more you got it. How's your mom and him with Y'all be able to come back next. Sunday after church you get the picture. Its old fashioned meals, liver and onions and Jello cubes became both famous and famously addictive. It was comfort food for sure. But in a fast changing ever more complex world that bright red Luby's sign was. A comfort in another way to sort of reassurance that simple things endure friendly servers, sensible prices, and the luanne platter half an entree two sides in a row. When a character named Luanne platter appeared on the TV show King of the hill. It was one of the coolest knowing winks ever broadcast in the lone star state. Some might say. The fact that you didn't have to dress up for a Sunday dinner at Luby's made it even cooler until Luby's wasn't cool anymore. By the nineteen eighty s he to become the cool equivalent of driving a fleetwood Brougham something grandparents did. By the two thousands Luby's was suffering at the hands of fast casual chains serving fresher healthier food like mad, Greens, and chipotle. By last year, it appeared that Luby's could be on the way out in June. The pompous family which owns Luby's which in turn owns fudd truckers thirty store hamburger chain attempted to sell it. The takers however, last week Luby's announced that it is dissolving the chain and fudd rutgers to the pompous family plans. To return the money to investors, it could amount to some one hundred million dollars. For the moment, the website proclaims that they're still open. So. Perhaps, some might want to run in and get one last Luanne platter while you still can nothing lasts forever. Alas, Lassen it's too bad that in the case of Luby's most people are okay with.

Luby Luanne Platter Texas David Brown Texas Observer Bob Lou Fleetwood Brougham Belugas Andrea Valdez San Antonio Lassen Fudd Writer Greens Harry Lubi
Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

06:22 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Bill Handel

"Good morning bill handle here as we continue with the show. For those of you that are still on the phone waiting for me and I go off the air. Stay tuned or stay on the phone. I'll get back to you, even when we go off the air, and I'll continue on so not to sweat it. Back. We go more handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Hello, Bob. Bob's Your Uncle Bob will? Yes. Yes, I can make this free this possible. I'm looking, possibly send a cease and desist letter. Based on the fact that over 10 years ago, unfortunately made some poor decisions and convicted of a crime. But since that time I've done everything to rebuild my life. I've got my record expunged. I've made some other personal victories in strides, and I had put all that behind me. And recently I started dating. Ah, ah girl, your girlfriend and her ex husband discovered Ah My past, and now he's Telling anybody can that Ah I'm a convicted rapist, which Isn't entirely true. And Well, hold on, Hold on. Hold on. Were you convicted of rape? No. Okay. Oh, what were you convicted of? It was called oral copulation by government officials. Um, but was there was there a memo issued? Ah, ordering you to do that, or to stop doing that. Orel copulation by I've never heard of that by a government official. I I had I was a police officer and I had an affair on DH a couple a couple months after the affair. The person that had the affair with was going to get arrested for something else. And then OK, right and then Coke, a three under the bus and cop to it, just just a quick one when they talked about oral copulation Puto, whom just curious Never. Oh, well, that's damn right. That's the way I do it. Okay, good for you. Ah, well, so the answer is a quick A quick answer is, of course, you do a cease and desist and that's straight out defamation by the way. You were not convicted of rape. That is straight out defamation, and I would get a go. I get a lawyer letter tried to scare the crap out of the guy and say, Hey, you know what? This is defamation, and I mean it's big defamation, accusing you of a sexual crime that you did not commit. Ah, accusing you of being convicted of a crime. That is one of Ah, that's actually defamation, per say there are four levels of common law defamation. And this hits right in the middle of it, and one of them is business dealings. Right if you're a business person and accused of stealing, and it's not true or ripping people off for misrepresenting that's common law, defamation, you got him. All you have do is prove damages. Man. Fact some cases you don't have to. The other one is Are you ready for this? Ah, accusing a woman of not being a version of Virgin. Attacking a woman's virginity is goes back would say a few years ago. Today you attack a woman for being a virgin. Ah, and that's that's besides, the 0.3 is a loathsome disease having literally, that's the language that was used loathsome disease. STD Syphilis. You also have leprosy was one of those two in terms of loathsome but mainly venereal diseases and the fourth one. I don't remember. But the point when this is straight out defamation, and you've got him You've got him. I'll tell you that right now. Ah, yeah, you go weigh more than a cease and desist. I mean, a season's assist, may do it and just Ah lawyer saying, Hey, it's probably worth an hour of a lawyer's time on this one, because it's pretty serious stuff. And I just say, Hey, big damages occur. All right, one last legal question that I think has a lot of revel in reverence. On a 1 to 10. How was she? Oh, come on. All right, just asking. Just just okay. Line. Okay. Good enough, Andrea. Andrea, we're going to do for him here. By my 18 year old son was in a car accident and there were eight vehicles involved. Then nine people and he is being blamed for the acts event. He paid for the vehicle and here's the on ly person on the title. Buy insurance wise. My husband and our son are all three on the in shot. Can we being my husband and I be personally sued? It's a good question. Um I don't think so. The fact that didn't know in the vehicle, but he was put as a dry. It's kind of entry he was put on is insured driver, but it's to your car's usually you ensure cars, not people. And what they do want to know the insurance companies who else is driving the car on and they generally will cover I guarantee, and I and I don't know the answer to this because this is an insurance question and I would look it up if I wasn't lazy, but I'm too lazy to look up. The answer is, you know, I don't know. I think so. That's easy when you have an insurance agent Put it by the insurance from one then just call the insurance. Yeah. Just call whoever you bought it from its. Yeah, I make it easy. Ah, for sure..

Official BOB Rape Virgin Andrea Sexual Crime Officer Coke Puto
What is Play Therapy?

Latinx Therapy

07:32 min | 4 d ago

What is Play Therapy?

"Are. Right we are back with another episode and I'm really excited to have on the body guests on the show with us on the data. Vargas is a licensed mental health counselor. She's a registered play therapist and supervisor, but also she's trained in em Dr and not only that is certified as a I play practitioner. So we really have an amazing guest with us that's going to talk about safe air. I want to share a little bit more about her Andrea is also the south chapter. Chair for the Lord Association for play therapy and she has specialize in child and adolescent counseling. Since two thousand six, her practice is located in a western. Florida. where she serves children of all ages teens and their families, as well as college students and as passionate about helping parents and strengthen their relationships through able therapeutic interventions and the I was born in. Columbia and emigrated to the United States with her family when she was a toddler growing up, she remembers that therapy like in most Latin families was believed to be or what unquote people with problems crazy people. So thank you and the wrath or coming on after talking about this for so long welcome to let the next therapy. Hi Yes, and so excited to be here. Thank you for having. Sat. We're GONNA talk about play therapy and I. Know some of the listeners may be hearing this modality for the first time. So let's go ahead and get started with just explaining what is play therapy. Okay. So play therapy is what you would translate regular talk therapy to the developmental age of a child rates. So when we picture adult going to therapy normally command area having a deal more or less than what they're gonNa work on on what they're going to talk about and they sit. On the couch and then the dialogue starts right. But with kids, they necessarily come up with the idea of wanting to go to a therapist. So their parents really bring them in talking to kids like most of you know if you guys are parents, it's not the same. You know some kids don't have the words and even if they do, they'll more than like me say things like, I. Don't know for energy look at you like the really. So with great, you meet them with a yards of elementary. So kids play and they also stare feelings and they even crosses all the changes that are happening around them or maybe negative events that have occurred in their family or in their life and. Of play therapies is a therapist train specifically to enter a child world and pickup themes that the child might be playing out to get a better understanding of how this child feeling what they're struggling with, and then working closely with the parents to help their parents understand them, and then giving parents tools to make certain adjustments and also the child helping them. Understand better ways to communicate or better ways to manage and culprit their Felix Okay and so play therapy involves the children, but it sounds like it involves the parents as well. Yes. Yes. I. Mean. If you think about it when a therapist needs to do child, they might need them once a week but that's not enough time to really change or enough. It's almost impossible to king somebody a child when you're not thinking about the whole family or even school. So if the child is having a problem at school, just working with the kyle limits you to what how much can you really made so if you work closely with the school, you Greco see if the parents and if maybe they're have grandparents, for example. So part of working with. A calendar understanding that they have a lot of adults involved in their life, and if all the adults get on the same page and work together that child is going to be way more successful. Okay. What about children that have caregivers or are in the foster care system? Are they eligible to receive play therapy like with IBM modality for them as well? If they don't have a consistent caregiver? Yes. I mean, when we think about foster, can they definitely need a safe face to process all of those feeling that? You know that they're feeling because of their foster care placement. So it's a little tricky because like you said, they don't have consistent caregivers, but you know if they are in a foster home, you can work leash with the foster parent and then whatever school they were going to. So maybe not as consistent because they might change the foster home or maybe they are still working our reunification with their parents with their biological parents. You can always include depending on the case right whoever is currently taking care of the child and if they still have contact with the biological parent involving his okay that makes sense. What are the ages that play therapy is best for? So people say like play therapists say that they're play therapy can work with anybody from three to one hundred and three right by it been studied and studied have found that it's most effective with kids between the ages of three and twelve. So it is possible and what about the children with special needs is play therapy also something that they can do? Yes. They are just like in adult therapy there's different specializations so they are different type. Training. Somebody would take in order to work with children on the autism spectrum. Can called off play. There's other stuff likes floor time so. Underneath play therapy, there's different branches. So as long as you are there, understand the child special need in your trine in working with that special needs population than we can definitely use sleep there.

Child World Supervisor Vargas Lord Association Andrea United States Columbia Florida. Kyle IBM Greco
Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Nip Tuck Saturdays

Nip Tuck Saturdays

04:01 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "andrea" discussed on Nip Tuck Saturdays

"She thinks I spend all my days reading these magazines. But you know, I have to have to be ready. There's an article in Cosmo, saying that hard water can really break your hair down. It's not just, you know, blow, drawing it or straightening it. But hard water has magnesium and calcium in it. And these are abundant metals found in tap water across the world, and some places have much more of these calcium and magnesium than other areas. And there's some studies showing now it's breaking your hair. Is it? New York known tohave? Harder water. Is that a thing? No idea. I'm helping you out. Here you go. Yes, Yes, absolutely. Greenberg, his house. I told you so. I mean, I'm not sure what you're supposed to deal. He's missed a shower with, you know, Poland Springs or something. Fiji water it. Yeah, but I could tell you, we deal with a lot of hair loss here. A Greenberg cosmetic surgery. This is Dr Steven Greenberg. It's a nip Tuck Saturday. If you want to reach us by the way to one 23194999 to 123194999, but we deal with a lot of hair loss. And this is not just men. A lot of women have thinning hair, particularly as they get older, their parts start, you know, widening a little bit there. Hair generally starts to thin, and there's a lot of things that we can do. Sarah at our hair loss program, a Greenberg cosmetic surgery centers. To rejuvenate the hair and both men and women. Yes, there are a few options for hair loss. Typically, patients come in for a console. We can take a look. If you have no hair in certain areas. If you have alopecia if you're older, and you just don't have the hair and that spot typically the temporal area for guys in the part for women, Nia graph is probably the best option. Nia graph is the hair transplant procedure. So we take hairs from the back of the head. We implant them into the areas that bother you most. And then those hairs, they they last they stay there, genetically predetermined not to fall out. On top of that we do something called P R P. Pierre Pierre. Platelet rich plasma is an injection. It's from your own blood. It contains growth factors and nutrients in me inject that into your scalp. To prevent those hairs from falling out to stimulate new growth on DH Just it strengthens everything all around. All right, So let's just go through this girl's guys. Whoever it is, they have thinning hair and one of the things that we do A Sarah just says. We inject p r p or platelet rich plasma. It's an awesome way to help regenerate hair follicles. We take your own blood. We purify it. Uh, Sarah says that we inject into the scalp. The other thing that we do a Sarah just that is transplant the hair. So if you guys are listening, have thinning hair of anyway, thinning on the top thing on the front, wherever it is, we hear Greenberg. Cosmetic surgery could help rejuvenate that in a lot of different ways. Andrea Lee get your own hair to start growing. So, so we see a lot of hair loss and between the dermatology division of the Greenberg cosmetic surgery centers. And the plastic surgery divisions near this. There's things that we could do that we were never able to do before. Yeah, for younger patients who come in, we see a lot of teenagers that are coming in. They see their their parents are losing hair at a certain age. They start to notice that they're getting thinner in certain areas. We have those patients Go see a dermatologist on DH. They might do it work out for them. They'll get some blood work. They may start with steroid injections or something like that. But Pierre P is great for younger patients is great for patients in their twenties, thirties and forties just to help stimulate new hair growth and prevent the hairs that they have from falling out. Ah, lot of its genetics. Sometimes it's not. And then they you know, we can always Correct that with medications and what not, but Pierre P is a great option. It's painless. It takes about 30 minutes to dio on DH. It really works. All right. So we come back. We'll take some more of your calls. Dr Steven Greenberg, Nip Tuck Saturday to 123194999 to 123194999 will be right back. No gym..

Dr Steven Greenberg Sarah P. Pierre Pierre Pierre P New York Fiji Andrea Lee Nip Tuck Poland Springs
Montgomery County DA Files Brief Calling Out Bill Cosby's Legal Team

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Montgomery County DA Files Brief Calling Out Bill Cosby's Legal Team

"The district attorney in Pennsylvania, who lead the prosecution of Bill Cosby says Cosby's appeal should be denied. Montgomery County prosecutor said Bill Cosby's 2018 indecent assault conviction should be upheld, Cosby argued. A previous district attorney promised not to prosecute him before he conceded in a civil deposition that he gave Quaaludes to women prior to sex prosecutor said Cosby was not promised forever non prosecution and they rejected Cosby second argument that it was wrong to allow women other than his main accuser, Andrea Constand to testify. They said the law allows prior bad act evidence, and Cosby is simply grasping at that proverbial last straw By trying to alter the facts. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York

Bill Cosby Prosecutor Aaron Carter Montgomery County Assault Pennsylvania New York Andrea Constand Quaaludes
Art All Night, Washington, DC’s overnight arts festival, goes virtual for 2020

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Art All Night, Washington, DC’s overnight arts festival, goes virtual for 2020

"Arts Festival begins tonight as a two week long virtual event. The event will feature some of the area's best visual and performing arts. Exhibits, workshops and performances from local artists with a two hour Shoki Siri's on the Friday and Saturday Saturday nights nights of of September. September. 18th, 18th, 19th, 19th, 25th 25th and and 26th. 26th. Other Other events events and and activities activities will will be be highlighted highlighted during during the the week week by by artists artists and and businesses businesses from from across across the city. Many of the events will stream from some unique places within the district. The all night arts festival modeled after a similar event in Paris, France, debuted 11 years ago in de Ces Shaw neighborhood in Northwest. Andrea Camryn w T. O P. News for 52.

Andrea Camryn W T. O De Ces Shaw Siri Paris France Northwest
Art All Night, Washington DC’s overnight arts festival, goes virtual for 2020

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Art All Night, Washington DC’s overnight arts festival, goes virtual for 2020

"Won't be able to attend in person. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the virtual celebration will showcase the unifying power of art. Despite the unprecedented times, Friday and Saturday nights will feature a to our showcase Siri's highlighting artists throughout the city during the week. Many of the events, workshops and performances will be dedicated to themes such as health and wellness. Fashion and cooking, as well as events geared for kids. Many of those events will stream from different places throughout the city. Tow highlight How d. C's business and art community intersect. Some market places are now open online, with more to come during the week. Andrea Camryn w. T. O P News

Mayor Muriel Bowser Andrea Camryn W. T. O Siri
Open source developer and Gitcoin creator Kevin Owocki discusses modern fundraising

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

04:49 min | 6 d ago

Open source developer and Gitcoin creator Kevin Owocki discusses modern fundraising

"To jump right into it in the world, of Crypto, currency money is important depending on your view bitcoin itself is or aspires to be money in a very real way and without question, the craziest time Crypto have surrounded or even just been entirely about fundraising for projects. This has always been positive though in the later stages of the initial coin offering praise it seemed like raising money became the point rather than what it was being raised to accomplish in its aftermath. It's become increasingly obvious that what's being funded matters at least as much as how you get the funding but how you get the funding is important to. A couple of weeks ago Andrey's, and I were talking about an open source project. He'd actually used get coin to fund is, can you tell that story can here? Yeah absolutely. You know every now and then I come across an idea or find a gap in the court system where I think it would be really useful if we had a software gizmo to do X. Y. or Z. and even though I can code myself I don't have the time to embark on these little projects. So as I've done in the past I looks for way to funded developer to do this work and this time I decided to use bitcoin I've been Aware of it and looked at it in the past. But now I had a real project to sink my teeth in. So the projects was to develop a plug in or changing the wizard of the electron import in order to enable it to discover derivation paths, and I'm no monnet craze that has been used in a different wallet where the user doesn't know what the derivation path is and keeps having difficulty recovering funds. This is a problem, a lot of newbies have. And so I put up a he basically and a bounty is a pot of money in this case denominated in the stable coin die so that it's the equivalent value and I put up a one thousand dollar bounty for about forty to sixty hours of work approximately I estimated to develop this capability I wrote a specification as a get hub issue and the I thing. About Bitcoin is that it integrates directly into get hub. So I could take the issue where described the desired feature in detail and then attached the bounty directly to that, and then have developers come and pitch to take on that bounty and executed. It was completed a couple of weeks ago paid out and it's a feature that's being merged into hopefully the next version of Elektra. Now, that tool that you had created actually you and I had a little back and forth about it because turns out that you don't necessarily a Newbie to run into the problems that you were trying to solve their and we actually wound up using it to solve a big problem. I've been working on for a couple of months, but that's going to be another episode. Entirely, today we're talking with Kevin Kevin, can you just kind of take us through the basics of bitcoin was kind of the goal and how is it operating? Let's just start off with the most basic question for people who aren't familiar with the project. Is there a bitcoin or is this something that builds using as Andrea saying die or other types of Tokens as a reward? Yet, that's a great place to start. There is no bitcoin token bitcoin is a place where you can get coins. If you're a software developer in exchange for doing software development tasks, we have unfortunately from a branding perspective gotten swept up with a lot of the projects. Did do ICO's IOS in two thousand seventeen even though we never did in Seo. So. Take us back to the beginning kind of what was the thinking about this project in general what was the problem that you were trying to solve, and then how did you end up solving? So I've been working in web startups for the last thirteen years pretty much ever since I graduated from school and every software project that I've ever worked on has been an open source software projects. So whenever I start a new start up I will use python, which is an open source programming language. I will use an open source database server, I will use an open. Source Web server, and so every time I've built a start up all the stuff that you see in tech crunch are standing on the shoulders of giants of open source software and basically every time I've built a software startup I've been using open source software and open source software crates, billions of dollars of value for the world, but there's good way for software developers to monetize. The work that they do in open source software, and so that was sort of founding reason why I created Bitcoin, which is a double sided market connect software developers to the people want to fund their work in open source software in the sort of insight is that now using the blockchain space, we now have billions of dollars of capital that's going to open source software. Whereas before in the old financial system, all of the money that goes into it goes to some back office on wall. Street. So what if we could build a marketplace where the software developers they can sort of be the routing mechanism for the money going to software developers and have it the blockchain native project? That's what get coin is and that was the genesis of Bitcoin.

Software Developer Developer Andrey Kevin Kevin ICO Andrea
Fauci disagrees with Trump on coronavirus

Erin Burnett OutFront

09:07 min | Last week

Fauci disagrees with Trump on coronavirus

"The United States has not rounded the corner that is from Dr Anthony Fauci. The Nation's top infectious disease expert delivering a blunt specifically worded rebuttal to the president to, of course, Said said the other day that the US is rounding the corner on the pandemic. I'm sorry but I have to disagree with that because if you look at the thing that you just mentioned the Statistics Andrea. The. Disturbing. Disturbing. The US Steph told you shy of two hundred, thousand number of new cases hovering around forty, thousand, a day and an influential model. At the White House sites all the time predicts the death toll will more than double by the end of the year. Four hundred thousand people dead by the end of December, and yet trump's behavior continues to scorn mask-wearing or social distancing his rally yesterday you see it three thousand supporters more than that. Actually packing an airport hangar in Michigan without masks without social distancing. And and you might say why why are they doing that? It is clear. They are following the leader the person that they are there to support. They are following the president just listen to them and then listen to the president. Care for it. It's that simple. I don't see it for myself. I am young and likable are year are not young. People are very strong. It gets this horrible disease. Temperature taken already, and I'm not saying not necessarily here. Everybody's been tested and I've been tested a hard time understanding people when they. So that's why I don't wear. You can hear me right now I can hear you you're going to have to take. You can take it off your your health how many your wet Well if you don't take it off your very muffled. Those trump supporters Jim Acosta speaking to them getting those very powerful Soundbites Jeremy Diamond is out front and Jeremy You know very strong words from Dr Voucher tonight specifically using the words rounding the corner. No, we're not right. Exact words the president used to rebut his claim. Yeah, no questionnaire in Doctor FAUCI typically tries to avoid directly contradicting the president's or directly confronting and putting himself in opposition to the president, and it tends to happen quite a bit simply by the fact that the president often downplayed the threat of this virus in Dr, Fauci is stating the facts, but it is notable to see dumpster here directly contradicting the president saying, I have to disagree with him on that and he does because ultimately Dr Foudy does rely on. The facts you relies on the science and the facts and the science show that the president by any metric you consider is wrong when he says that the United States is rounding the corner on this and of course, we started this week Erin with the revelation that the president had intentionally misled the American public about the deadliness of virus. He said that he likes to downplay it, and what's remarkable is that we are finishing this week with the president continuing to do. Exactly that because the president is saying that we around the corner, he is saying that the numbers of corona virus cases are plummeting. When in fact we know that we are at a plateau of nearly forty thousand cases nearly a thousand deaths per day and Dr found she is warning about a potentially difficult fall and winter, and of course, it's also remarkable when you see this rally that the president is holding three thousand more than three thousand people huddled together very few. Of them wearing masks and obviously it's coming from the fact that the president in his rhetoric has really downplayed those things. Yes he has acknowledged in in recent weeks. That mask wearing is important. He is called a patriotic, but he is still not modeling that public health behavior, and of course, for months on end, the president downplayed some of those significant public health safety measures and as you just showed in that video, the president's words. So often being mimicked by his own supporters. Jeremy Thank you very much earlier. We spoke to David Plyler these local Republican official in North Carolina and he spoke out this week urging president trump to wear a mask during his rally in that state the state by the way I wanna make it clear has a mask mandate. So we asked him why why does he feel the president should wear a mask and here's what he said. The president is a citizen of the United, States Nettie wants North Carolina. is asked to voluntarily do that not is a matter of health alone. But in the leaders situation, it allows the leader to be seen by people he or she represents and they generally hopefully would follow suit as an elected official. I've been asked to look out for the safety and health of our community, and that's exactly what I was doing. So. Yeah. Know that's just the reality right? That's how it should be but this has become political and plyler happens to be Republican. So he got some feedback on his comment about the president. Here's what he told us about. Well I got backlash from everybody they didn't call it say I'm a Republican or Democrat. I hadn't felt on for south. Carolina. Who taught me a cuss words? A sailor has never heard before. We also ask piler why he felt the need to speak out right? Why? Why did he do it? He could have just been quiet and just rolled his eyes and been angry about it but he didn't he spoke out and he said that mash to be worn, the president should wear one. Why do you do that? It's something we have to do. No chores. And this is not the first time that plague of this time has hit this country nor will it be the last I'm sorry to say in we've had plagued across the United States. We've had things in Europe. We've had him an England China just goes around the world I just hope we can get out of this. So. reasonable. So calm collected. I want to go now to Dr Jonathan Reiner Director of the Cardiac Cath Lab at George Washington University Hospital who else would advise the white? House. Medical team under President George. W.. Bush. So you heard Dave plyler right I mean it just just just so reasonable. So clear. And and he wants the president's followers to to wear masks wants the president to wear masks you heard them. They they they scorn it. They disdain it. It comes from the top. Do you think it's possible to pandemic would be a lot less worse if the president had from day one said where mask. I think if the president had said from day one everyone is wearing a mask. We'd have got forty five thousand deaths in this country and I say that because that's extrapolating German experience they've had a middle of the road haven't been the best. They haven't been the worst they been okay in their pandemic response. And they've had about ten thousand deaths. We have four times the population of Germany. We'd have about forty, five, thousand deaths in this country. So about one hundred, fifty, thousand people would be alive if you WANNA think about why we still have forty thousand cases day and a thousand deaths today in this country is because. We're still talking about masks. It's so basic. It just seems so nefarious now that we've heard the president. Really articulately express how dangerous this virus was on February seven. He knew the route he knew he knew how lethal the virus was. He knew that this was ACM dramatic people. He understood yet he decided not to protect the people. It was a conscious decision not to protect the people even now even today. Do you think his supporters would go and be unmasked. If they knew what he knew you think Herman Cain would have gone to Tulsa. Sit there shoulder shoulder without a mask knowing what the president knew. So so you know you Dr. Fouled. She the president said that we were rounding the corner the latest in his many salvoes sang right it's going away. But that's what you just said. Doctor felt she came out today and we're not rounding the corner, right? I mean he didn't. He didn't talk around it or generally obliquely rebutted he rebutted it using word for word because he felt it was important and then he went on to say this. When you're in the middle of a pin damage and you're trying hard to address all the appropriate issues, it is truly a waste of time. The bunk nonsense but unfortunately, we had to do that. Frustration is coming through in a way I haven't seen it before. I admire the man. So much I'm he is a brilliant scientist who's devoted his life to protecting America from all kinds of horrible pathogens. And he still added and he he he he does not get discouraged. Look. It is a waste of time for him to have to deal with some this nonsense, but it's necessary. He has to debunk we rely on him. If only the the White House brought him out to these press events and had an let the press on Moss as can questions wouldn't that be refreshing? I'm grateful for him everyday

President Trump President George United States Dr Anthony Fauci White House North Carolina Donald Trump Michigan Steph Said Statistics Andrea Jim Acosta Dave Plyler Jeremy David Plyler Dr Voucher DR Jeremy You Europe
Citing disturbing US statistics, Fauci disagrees with Trump on Covid-19

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:10 min | Last week

Citing disturbing US statistics, Fauci disagrees with Trump on Covid-19

"Tonight the United States has not rounded the corner that is from Dr Anthony Fauci. The Nation's top infectious disease expert delivering a blunt specifically worded rebuttal to the president to, of course, Said said the other day that the US is rounding the corner on the pandemic. I'm sorry but I have to disagree with that because if you look at the thing that you just mentioned the Statistics Andrea. The. Disturbing. Disturbing. The US Steph told you shy of two hundred, thousand number of new cases hovering around forty, thousand, a day and an influential model. At the White House sites all the time predicts the death toll will more than double by the end of the year. Four hundred thousand people dead by the end of December, and yet trump's behavior continues to scorn mask-wearing or social distancing his rally yesterday you see it three thousand supporters more than that. Actually packing an airport hangar in Michigan without masks without social distancing. And and you might say why why are they doing that? It is clear. They are following the leader the person that they are there to support. They are following the president just listen to them and then listen to the president.

President Trump United States Dr Anthony Fauci Said Statistics Andrea Steph Donald Trump White House Michigan
"andrea" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

01:38 min | Last week

"andrea" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"York City that that she was producing. And she posted about needed a comedian for like A. Comedy show. And it was an awesome show I. Did it twice she was a coup last person. So she put so when I posted about. Wanting to do an interview with comic to show how arts is just to see how comedy has affected the mentally or mental health. Had affected their comedy. She reached out. So. I sat down with Andrea talk about growing up in Texas and Arizona Growing up with an authentically Italian household. And how that contributed to the to the slight downfall of her over mental health and the things that have transpired because of it. And we also talked about her going into theater and going into Improv and how helped her mentally. It was awesome carnival and there was a slight chunk of the talk cut out because she just wasn't sure. And it's fair. She wasn't sure that she wanted to put all that stuff out there in the world now. I I wanted. It'd be cool to have it in there because I think people are. People will feel it and I. Think I think that people connect with it but you know, I, get it. You know something that you don't not during the world is something you don't want up in your that your family could you know that that feminist so I appreciate that so you know there are there is a slight Here's a slight weirdness with a cut, but you know it doesn't really matter because it was an awesome talk nonetheless. So Harris may what the Great Andrea..

Great Andrea Andrea York City Harris Texas Arizona
Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Media Molecule Co-founder Alex Evans is Leaving the Industry

"A, bigwig media molecule stepping down. This is Marie Davis Andrea over at Games Industry Dot Biz Media Molecule Co founder Alex Evans has announced his departure from Sony Studio. After thirteen years at the little big planet and dreams developer the technical director said on twitter that he wanted to take a break from the game developed from game development and explore other opportunities. Quote a few months ago. I. Did a bit of lockdown inspired soul-searching decided to step down from dreams. deb To dreams fan take a break from game to have a career. I've. Been Lucky enough to enjoy since I was a spotty fifteen year old he his tweets read media molecules are wonderful place. I can't imagine making games anywhere else but I wondered what else old Fart like me could do in this world I've been in the game deb bubble. So long I'm not yet sure what's next, what's next or even out there for someone like me He also reassured dreams fans about the title. With his departure, seemingly having no impact on the current developments of the project. For anyone worrying about dreams don't. What media molecule are doing injuries at the moment is GonNa, blow your minds and though I'll miss them all. Are we cheering from the sidelines thanks to them for the thanks to them for the first thirteen wonderful years, and here's the media molecules next thirteen. The studio responded on twitter thanking Evans for his leadership friendship and everything giving media molecule. The team added we'll continue to be weird and wonderful as you've always wanted, and there's forever space for you on our Stream Sofa I actually inverted that but it's fine. I ever started his career in the industry at bullfrog before working at lionhead for six years on a six years as head of indeed, he co-founded media molecule with art director, Tony creative director Marquee, and technical director David. Smith in two, thousand,

Games Industry Dot Biz Media M Technical Director Alex Evans Twitter Director Marie Davis Andrea Sony Studio Founder Bullfrog Smith Tony Developer David
Recycled Greywater System with Andrea Burns

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

05:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Recycled Greywater System with Andrea Burns

"All right. I'm here with Andrea Burned Andrea is a researcher by trade a health sleuth by passion and an instigator at heart our number one goal is to use whatever tools we have to improve what we do and how we do it, which means that simplifying is a way of life and is exactly what led her to tiny three years ago. Determined to learn as much as possible along the way she built her tiny house on her own and even designed a completely recycled ray water system. She operates on the mantra we can do better Andrea. Burns. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having the. You're very welcome. It's great to have you I was hoping we could just start with. The story of of the tomato box, where did the name come from and how did you get into tiny house it? Yeah absolutely. So the story of the name is also on the website made a dash box dot com. But, it started actually when I was a kid. we spend a lot of time. Driving back and forth between two states because my dad's job move and we hadn't sold the first house yet. so He's been about a year driving back and forth. In in Lincoln towncar. We. So, there were three kids and mom with three kids stuff. We were homeschool so we had. To we had placed up we had close. We had so much stuff. And my mom figured out because she's brilliant college get three kids and three kids of stuff in far. Without any fighting. So she did she win. If you remember the old tomato pardons with the plastic little partners they used to come in like those curtains came in really hefty. Boxes. She got to one of us a cardboard box and she said that's what your stuff goes in. And a Duffel bag for your clothes and if it didn't fit in the box it in the car. So each of us had our own tomato box. And it worked beautifully because it also put the onus on the kids to figure out what was going to get what went what didn't. The. First couple of times you make you do it wrong right. You put all of your sentimental items in there the first trip, and then you end up. In the to restate the way, there's nothing to do. So then the next time you repack, but all your stuff in there but then you end up at and so after a few trips, you kinda get the hang of what kind of balanced works. For longer periods of time. And that practice? And help me evaluate things. In my life in general. So my tiny house is basically just a bigger tomato box. I. Love It. Same rules apply doesn't fit in house you can't have it. Exactly. Do you remember as a kid like resisting this this idea like wishing could have or were you like onboard with this? Holy on board mostly because. If, you have a couple of siblings. Anything that each arguing to a minimum I'm for it. So we spent a lot of time together. So I love. Love the name I love that you've kind of connected. Tiny house living with an experience that sounds like it was it was kind of formative in your life. What were the circumstances that led you to wanting to to take the plunge and do a tiny house? So twenty years ago I heard those this thing called the van down by the river. And I thought it sounded like a great idea. I realized it was supposed to be a deterrent but. I thought it sounded. Awesome. So I was in college at the time and I wanted to I wanted to van again or west Volya or something like that, and I was gonna live in it because a new wherever I went to school is not where I was. GonNa say So, obviously, we moved a lot when I was a kid and I knew that if I had a legit career in the wanted to go into, I wasn't going to be able to say where I was. And I really don't mind moving but I hate packing and unpacking. Thought. A man sounds awesome. was then I realized that the windows are tiny and there's almost no installation and it just didn't seem like real healthy option So I didn't do it. And I just kind of kept an eye on the mobile living situation industry or here's. in the meantime. Bought two houses. I went big before. I. Went Little but I I always wanted to live in a mobile living situation. So when I leave the first folks who came out with building plans that you Just, by. Our. Building. was, tumbleweed anyhow and and they said look we know that RV's are built for recreation and that the they're awesome that. But the reason they're built with. Such lightweight materials. Very. Shady specs is that they're intended to be pulled by a wide variety of vehicle. What if you just had to have a truck? And we built something heavier that was healthier.

Andrea Researcher West Volya
Weird and revolting drinks from around the world at Swedish museum

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Weird and revolting drinks from around the world at Swedish museum

"Sweden's disgusting food museum has a new exhibit disgusting alcoholic drinks curator Andreas Erin says people around the world are desperate to get drunk whenever we find ourselves in a situation where there is no alcohol we get quite inventive that inventive spirit can create some disgusting drinks we made did wine we made she got them local which is a cornmeal spit F. fermented beer there's vodka with the scorpion and the bottle and we made some person toilet wine that is fermented in the tank of a toilet Erin says for some people these drinks are not disgusting their normal what won't he drink pool wine it could be good for what ails you this is the crew of a child and that is supposedly good for broken bones and bruises and things like that he calls repulsive flavors an acquired taste I'm a Donahue

Sweden Andreas Erin Donahue
Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden turns attention back to coronavirus and reopening of schools

"President trump. And his administration had done their jobs. Early on with this crisis, Merican schools would be open and open safely. Instead American families all across this country are paying the price for his failures. Mr President or are you? Where are you? Why aren't you working on this? We need emergency support funding for schools and we need it now. Sue. President. That's your job. That's your job. Today Joe Biden called the opening of of schools quote a National Emergency Joe. Biden said that if he were elected president, he would direct. Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide emergency relief funding to immediately help K. through twelve schools with ventilation personal protective equipment, and hiring more teachers in other words, provide federal government funding to give schools and teachers what they need to actually reopen schools and what parents need to trust the reopening of schools joining us. Now, is Linda Darling, Hammond President, and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute and a professor at Stanford. University. She is one of the education officials who briefed the vice-president Biden about his school reopening plan also with us Dr J. Blackstock an emergency medical physician. She is also the founder and CEO of advancing health equity and a Yahoo News medical contributor. Dr Let me start with you. What do you think is the science requires for the reopening of schools. So that there are several factors at play. The most important factor is the community transmission rate currently the CDC in whol staying five percent competivity rate anything about that. It's not safe to open and so looking at that number only are a number of areas throughout the country that are prepared open New York City with positive rate of less than one percent, and then after looking at community transmission rate have to think about the resources that schools have spent elation math being able to a separate cohort students into smaller groups having faith as well as school nurses. So all those factors are incredibly important for parents to consider. When deciding to send their kids to school Linda Darling Hammond. Did you advise Joe Biden. A needed to be done for the reopening of schools. Well, there's a couple of things that we need. Certainly, we need all of the things that the doctor just listed. In schools in order to make them safe and there are costs associated with those things. Thus far, the Recovery Act that has been passed has spent less than one percent of all that money on supporting schools to get the resources that they need to be able to open in addition to the things that were just mentioned. There's the need for additional cleaning and disinfecting and there's the need for adequate testing and tracing so that if there are cases they can be immediately dealt. With in quarantine So we need the funding that's been held up in the Congress ought to get to school so that those things are available We also need clear guidance from the CDC about the level of infection at which a community can safely open schools and the ways in which they should treat cases for quarantining and closing down when there are cases that occur in schools. All of those things are being taken up by the states but right now, the states have had quite a big hit in terms of the economy and so they are operating quite often in deficit and need of the federal support in order to be able to do the job that needs to be done. Let's listen to what Dr Anthony Veltri told Andrea Mitchell today about the infection rate and how it is still running much too high. About forty, thousand a day. Right around forty thousand new cases. That's an unacceptably high baseline. We've gotta get down I'd like to see a ten thousand or less hopefully less. So Really WanNa use this opportunity almost to have plea to the people in this country to realize that we really still need to get our arms around this and to suppress these types of surges that we've seen.

Mr President Federal Emergency Management A Linda Darling President Trump Linda Darling Hammond CDC Merican Founder And Ceo Hammond President New York City Yahoo Dr J. Blackstock Dr Anthony Veltri Congress Stanford Vice-President Whol Learning Policy Institute Professor Andrea Mitchell
Orange County COVID-19 Trends Continue To Improve As State Unveils New Reopening Guidelines

KNX Evening News

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Orange County COVID-19 Trends Continue To Improve As State Unveils New Reopening Guidelines

"Big changes and how it tracks the spread of covert 19 and assigns Wen County's can reopen. We have in depth team coverage under the state's new color coded system L A and orange counties along with most of the rest of California, fall under purple, in which the Corona virus is considered widespread. It's the strictest of the four tiers and replaces the state's old Corona virus watch list. Under the new rules, counties will have to wait at least three weeks before moving to a less restrictive tear and lower case and test positivity rates will have to hold for at least two weeks. Governor Gavin Newsom, who's been criticised for reopening the state too soon, says officials have learned a lot over the past few months and want to slow things down. We're going to be more stubborn this time. Have a mandatory wait time between moves. We didn't do that last time, and that is a significant distinction between what we've learned from the past and what we now are advancing in this more stringent, but we believe more steady. Approach. Under the state's new guidelines come Monday. A and orange counties can let malls reopen a 25% capacity and allow barbershops and hair salons to resume and or operations. It's upto local officials to make the call Claudia Pets You Takeo next 10 70. NewsRadio, like County Health officials have sent K attacks, a statement saying they and county supervisor are reviewing the ST changes. But as it stands now, local regulations have not been relaxed. In Orange County, though some business has got the green light to reopen today or on Monday Thing is dealing with the virus. But the other thing is is dealing with putting the food on the table for your kids. So for stylists and employees, this afternoon's news that hair salons and barbershops in orange can it can open their doors and bring customers inside beginning Monday. Is a lifesaver. Few nights without a sleeping finally, we got sleep well tonight and get ready. People are now calling for new appointments. We open owner Andrea Orsini is having her staff get the Newport Beach, the lawn ready for the rush. Oh, my gosh. We lost the staff, and then we got newest step and nobody wants to work. It's just been a roller coaster. So finally We are so excited that we can start all over again. And that's not the on ly thing happening on Monday, South Coast Plaza, which is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Southern California, is going to re open it small on Monday. Our CBS to cake outlines Michelle Jilly malls can resume indoor operations at maximum of 25% capacity. Local

Orange County Wen County Governor Gavin Newsom South Coast Plaza California County Health Andrea Orsini Michelle Jilly CBS Claudia Supervisor Southern California Newport Beach
"andrea" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

04:47 min | Last month

"andrea" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"So so you're saying that you gotta be careful with dark energy is you gotta be careful of people that are I almost think you gotta be careful with people that like see the weakness, you know, like a cotton candy Clairvoyant in a lot of ways wage isn't a it's a short-term like, I don't know how you ran your business Andrea, but I would think if you were really going to do this you better if you're a cotton candy Clairvoyant you better get like birth Thousand bucks up front because you're giving them Joy. They ain't going to want see you again..

Andrea
Welcome to the USA

This Week in Travel

05:13 min | Last month

Welcome to the USA

"Whole over WANNA. Welcome to another episode of this week in travel. My Name is Gary coming to you from the lovely state of Wisconsin where I have nothing but beer cheese and brought were since I have arrived. And that is legally the only thing you can eat here we've been or not. That chuckling voice you hear in the background coming from the land of smoke Mr Chretien. It's not just smoke also smoke fire and really hot but other than that. It's a lovely time to be in California. You don't say really in California you'd have flares. Wow. We have guest we had over the last three days. I just saw the number I. Think it's ten thousand different lightning strikes. Ten Thousand Eight, hundred, and forty, nine in a state that tends to get one thunderstorm every three years. So that's a little unusual for us. So you're making up for lost time. That is correct I believe it's also possibly the end of days that is. We're expecting frogs next. It's twenty twenty. I. Think those guys are going to get nailed with just a massive earthquake. This year I was one of the Salton Sea and they said, you know that's the kind of one of the anchor points of San Andreas fault so could happen. It. would be the capstone in this year. It would just you know. I. Think I things that could happen. But yeah. Well, speaking of which the man will go into the sea when that earthquake happens Mr Spud Hilton. From San Francisco. He's he's technically on the North America Plate. The senator is just misses San Francisco. At thank you for Thanks for pointing that out that that is great comfort. Father had a theory that everything from the San Andreas Fault East would fall into the Pacific Ocean. Your father was rather unsuccessful land speculator is this. Yeah. He he hopes trade I think that was pretty much the deal so We're doing okay here in San Francisco but I'll tell you sky is never been a well, not never been hasn't been this color in a couple of years put that way. It reminds me of the last time I was in a in New Delhi. They were burning the fields. It's it's that sort of thing. I'll here. It's just nice. It's like in the seventies everyday and it's just it's just really nice. Panther Schools? In all seriousness there they had a vote wants to what to put on the license plate in one of the options was. Which I really supported. Packer fans you'll ever that I'm sure our guest. This week are two of the most all American. American people I know of America's Tim Tamsin Meat Pies. Gene Craig Makepeace. From. Why Travel Pod? We're doing pretty good. We actually in Raleigh north. Carolina and we had north quite last week. Yeah own tropical storms earthquakes we got it all. Tony Warnings Yeah we're pretty. Steady. Well. I have a theory that everything evens out in terms of like bad weather. So like California you may you know have earthquakes But. Other than that. It's just really nice So you have it very nice and then you have these punctuated really bad things and here it's just kinda crappy like every year and that sort of what evens it out. So. I. Think it all. It's just in what sort of dose you get it. But yeah expose you guys didn't sign up earthquakes when he went to North Carolina. Now, we're expecting nine hundred. Ninety trimmers you know luckily, we're actually on insight forty on the way to the bank so we didn't feel anything. We escaped with a couple of hours best leave. Well. Let's go to our first news story while we're on the subject of. Extreme weather. the hottest temperature perhaps ever recorded certainly the the best the highest verify temperature on the planet earth was this week in death valley in Furnace Creek. Where they got a temperature of one hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit or I think it was fifty four point one degrees, Celsius. Which is Crazy to hunt. Every. So often they have these these heat waves that come through valley, and so there was always a news team there and they try to fry an egg in a frying pan. Just. Left out in the Sun. And I just before we got on I was watching CNN try to do this and it actually didn't really work. They had like a black frying pan and they cracked an egg and like some of the white parts of the egg started to cook and that was it.

San Francisco California Salton Sea Mr Spud Hilton North Carolina San Andreas Fault East Mr Chretien San Andreas North America Plate Wisconsin Gary CNN New Delhi Gene Craig Makepeace Tim Tamsin Meat Pies Senator Furnace Creek Raleigh North Pacific Ocean Panther Schools
Marvel’s Avengers DLC Characters Leaked

What's Good Games

01:08 min | Last month

Marvel’s Avengers DLC Characters Leaked

"The marvels adventures Beta hit this weekend and brought with it the opportunities via your game or by the way embroiled at the opportunity for fancy easily peer within its code he Andrea would gpo within my code if you're a hacker. Without hesitation. S. Fans many as with many bidders various references exist within within pointing to future features for the main game including A. List of playable characters data minor rebel matters dug up this list from within debates execute -able file and chronicled his discovery in the video below each is named with the lockable player playable character prefix. So here is the full list. It Confirms Post Launch Edition, of ant, man and many more characters made famous by the marvel cinematic universe or the you cool. Let's call it. All right. We gotTa an-and Black Panther Captain Marvel Captain America Doctor Strange Falcon Hawkeye Holck Hope Buster Ironman Kamla Kate Bishop Marville. MOCKINGBIRD quake scarlet witch she hulk thor vision war machine wasp, black widow, and winter soldier.

Kate Bishop Marville Andrea
Some Boston Councilors Frustrated by Open-Ended School Plan

New England Weekend

00:19 sec | Last month

Some Boston Councilors Frustrated by Open-Ended School Plan

"Of school. Boston School officials still aren't saying what plans Schools should open with the BBC's candle Buell shocked and disappointed Sound. City Councilor Andrea Campbell tells the Globe she feels about the plan. Campbell and other critics are upset that public school officials have decided not to decide on which of three options presented to the state. They will actually implement a warning to

Andrea Campbell Boston School Buell BBC
"andrea" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

02:43 min | Last month

"andrea" Discussed on Your Life Program

"Oh one one hundred one tips for business owners to get more time now the essential coaching book and productivity. Through her private practice and contracted a gauge engagements with international clients. Andrea is proud of had a measurable positive impact on over a thousand business owners, and we are really lucky to have her today here on the show Andrea. Thanks so much for coming to be here. Oh. Thank you so much for the invitation. The pleasure to hear that bio read. Or you know you have a lot of accolades and accomplishments said you know? So hard to list them all and get them all out that I really wanted to listeners to really know how. Advanced articulate end end, and amazing your skills are and how you care about each client. All these unique and specialized programs that fit exactly who they are from our conversation earlier about how each person has their own needs in and desires, and to you at is end to customize your speaking engagements, your protocols, your programs, your initiatives in strategies to help them achieve their goals that is very, very unique in the coaching versus consulting industries where that differential aspect at factor makes you stand out amongst other people and I really wanted to listeners to really hear all the things that you've done and accomplished so that they. Can really see the credibility and professionalism that you have and I'm like I said before blown away by all that. So all thank you. Thank you, I in truth that comment you made about customizing engagements. One to one with each client as a unique engagement as unique process of discovery is really a hallmark of the coaching profession. Yeah it really is a partnership. In which my only agenda is to serve the priorities of my client and despite the fact that. I'll meet a lot of business owners who they initially presented with similar problems. Over the months that we may be chatting was unique is that I learned that.

Andrea private practice
Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly'

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:38 min | Last month

Andreas Antonopoulos on Why the ETH Supply Debate Is 'Silly'

"In recent weeks, there's been a controversy on crypto twitter about what the actual supply of ether was and whether or not. It is independently verifiable before we get into the particulars about the total eat supply though can you just explain why this metric is important to some people into whom it is important Well I'm I'd have to speculate on their state of mind but I'll try my best I think it's important because it's a framing assumption that drives the interest in Bitcoin Bitcoin from the beginning Waugh's defines by it's fixed. And immutable supply of no more, not even up to twenty one million points and affixed issuance schedule that is set in stone or rather sets on the blockchain, which is even stronger and will not change. It's It's also one of the key characteristics because bitcoin. Is, first and foremost money and In fact, it's money of a particular kind it's hard money or sound money and. That drives a lot of its appeal especially within some groups who are interested in it with very. Specific Austrian economics ideological interests. and. So then once this. Debate had been going on for a few days. You've finally wrote up a tweet storm that was really interesting in dug into some of the technicalities that. Informed this question and in that tweet storm, you begin by saying that this debate was a silly Gotcha. Why did you say that? While big because it reminds me of the kind of questions that reflect. Some very deep seated framing assumptions. And an inability to see past those framing assumptions that is so often leveled against. bitcoin by people who don't understand why bitcoin mattress or what it is and to to see it being used by people who are very much interested in the. Against Theorem and to frame. The question with some very specific assumptions, pint it that don't actually make a lot of sense in the a theorem context. It seemed to me to be not necessarily a good faith question. A very interesting question to answer and. And a lot of the pushback to the answers that had been given to that question further reinforce that framing so. That's why I didn't think it was a very useful question. I mean there's plenty to criticize about if there there's also plenty to criticize about Bitcoin for being honest and I just didn't think that that was a particularly valid. Criticism. And then you did explain for technical reasons why this question doesn't necessarily make sense for theory were Wyatt is actually difficult to answer what are some of those reasons? To just to clarify because I think this point has been lost. If their supplies validated every block and it's validated according to that census roles and everybody who runs an interim node. Their nodes validates the supply. There's no difference in that fundamental mechanic from bitcoins. Fundamental consensus rules with regard sues validation of supply the differences out because of a variety of factors. That are different in Bitcoin van in a theorem. In bitcoin there is a specific API method. You can ask your node to give you the current some therapists also easy to do that doesn't mean there is no some that doesn't mean some isn't validated. Part of the consensus rules it just seems that it just means that that's not an easily accessible answer and depending on how you write the script that comes up with the answer and the methodology used you might come up with some slightly different answers. and. But some of those just killing them out for listeners are that a theorem uses an account balance system. As opposed to the unspent transaction output system of Bitcoin, they have burn addresses. The block times are different. Theory Mazda has his uncle system. Do you WanNa maybe just pick a few of those to kind of explain a little bit about why that question is somewhat difficult to answer. Sure absolutely. The first one is that bitcoin dozen Hughes, a double entry bookkeeping account balance system instead it uses system that's more like tracking. Fix, the out coins through the system and these are colts on spent transaction outputs, and at any moment in time he keeps a database of the current on spent transaction outputs, and so it's it's very easy to just some of them up. So the current state of the on spent transaction output database easy to access if doesn't use fix the mount coins. Indivisible chunks of currency ASPIC windows and said. It uses this move accounts these accounts have credits inhibits. These credits, it's reconciled as part of consensus in the half to add up. But in order to figure out what the exact balance of any account or some the balance of all the accounts you have to go back to the Genesis Block, and then you just have to run through the pluses and minuses until you arrive at an answer and so that takes more work. It takes even more work because of some historic anomalies in the if you're in blockchain, there's a period where validating the state takes A. Computation due to a box that allowed it and olive service attack. That's not neither here. Nor there, you can't validate that it just takes more time. And so once you up all of these numbers, you can get an answer however. That answer changes every fifteen seconds because bitcoin has forty blocks in the same time. Sorry Theorem. How many blocks in the same time? The BITCOIN has one.

Bitcoins Bitcoin Blockchain Twitter Waugh Mazda Wyatt Hughes
"andrea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"Take her around and and and show her all historic sites. You know she's just read about them or heard about them and. I've only seen the empire state building once I probably kind of know what it looks like, but you know if I was downtown in in New York I. Don't know that I would necessarily know which one it was or be able to clean it out to you so. She would be able to. National She's wife. Talking about my husband, be a completely exactly. See you know how it is in Soda You. Do you know how long it rolling called Buston Ball? Yeah, that's right, so Andrea. Yes. We've been looking forward to this talk with you. You probably knew because you're. So you, whole time that solely and I were anticipating coming on with you and talking with you and. Being one of our first video episodes, which is awesome Thank you for doing that with us. you probably were sitting at home? Go and look at. Those guys are really excited about me coming in this is going to be great, you know. Very communicative to and you know you're just. You're really open to my story and I do appreciate that. Will you do have a good story? And it's very compelling and interesting in definitely want to get into that what I want to start with you is Where did it I like to I it sounds redundant, and we say this and a lot of the podcast, but where is start like? was there a penny all the sudden with you Andrea that you were like? Maybe I need to go and do this, or is this something that to his carried with you your whole life? A, little of both.

Andrea New York
"andrea" Discussed on The WoMed

The WoMed

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on The WoMed

"No I can just talk a real life mermaid today. Her name is Andrea. Del I know I. Keep saying I'm excited for every episode, but I truly am. This has been such a cool journey, and I hope you guys get as excited for each episode. Is I get to share them with you? I love getting to connect with people Andrea is an incredible voice in the nursing community, and for people living with disabilities. It's hard to know what to say or how to ask the questions, but it's important to start the conversations I really hope you enjoyed this episode as much as I do. This week's nursery energy moment was sent to me from at Valentine Al-Jabi. She writes Hi de I have a great end e moment for you that I did last week I was a covert unit taking care of my patient. Since the hospital has a no visitors, allowed rule, and my patient has been scared and unsure of what's going on also related to her dementia. Her daughter is an ICU nurse at the same hospital and they told her she is not allowed to go see her mom swallows caring for her. I texted the daughter and asked if I could facetime her so that she could. Could see her mom and the look on both their faces was absolutely priceless. I love stories like this and we need to keep sharing be stories, so thank you Valentine for sending that into me. It's so important to not lose our sense of humanity, and to try to connect now more than ever be at working through this pandemic or connecting through to unlearn centuries of racial prejudice I have a new challenge for nursery energy. How are you going to show up for the black community? How are you going to educate yourself? How are you going to advocate for black people in healthcare community? Let's sit with that. Anti Hyphen so excited to talk to. You don't know if it was on like an e. news like did like a instagram blast to, but I found you through nurse Tammy Edge. You decide like all the most amazing things to say about you. And I found your page and I'm like this girl is freaking awesome. Old Thank you I love nurse Tammy on my Sassi's amazing. We need to get this girl well, though because. Thousands sitting there. I forget what the count is now. It's like sixty to sixty five days now. Yes? I. Don't understand I'm like I would be screaming from the rooftops. Yeah, like fix me. Figure something out. But. We're not here. Talk all about nursing. About Andrea Dell's. How am I saying your last name Correctly Delta? Yeah, ooh goodness! People. Ask me all the time to try and be very conscious of of how I say names because I feel like I just WanNa. Make sure everyone's name is correct. Yes, but like my last name is literally two syllables. Dowell in Zell I get. died and even seeing the in the middle there correct. So I absolutely love your instagram page I love your for yourself as a mermaid. A wheel thrown like where where did that come from I? Love that. So a lot of women in wheelchairs, general or wheelchair users <hes>. Themselves as Mermaids, because we're still very active on land yet. We're free water like there's no restrictions in water. Rates! We're MERMAIDS, right? mermaids can't walk on read. No, but we're on chairs and we're still getting around on landrace. Oh, yeah, I was miss. Wheelchair New York two thousand fifteen all I should know this. That's awesome. Thanks so I just said my chair was thrown on the Mermaid. WHO. Of that. Love that okay, so I want to talk about this now. You're Miss Wheelchair, New York. That's so cool. How was that competition like so? It's a small competition and we're not like a pageant per se where all about advocacy community like we promote community within disability atmosphere as as a whole, so my competition was really just proving what I'm able to do for my community and how undoing? As a whole for New York City But New York state. Yet competition was kind of it was it was nerve racking I think anything you go into? That's new is nearby and I've never done pageant world. Didn't I was very new to advocating and being an advocate having this voice, yeah. You know. Winning title. Everyone's like I. I was shoe in, but at the same time I didn't feel like that. The girls are amazing. I were who I was up against. They all have a waste. They're all making an impact in the world in a way shape or form and I just stood out, and I'm just grateful to have my name among that cohort of two thousand fifteen missile New York contestants. That's amazing. Is that where you developed your instagram following from a good percentage of a yes? percentage. That's amazing. What is that been like for you just to kind of have that voice now like? Media. I feel like not only. Am I being seen for WHO I am? <hes> but I'm being seen in a disability light like I'm opening that that vision that a lot of people tend to shy away from. Saying. Here's my life with a person that has a disability add still extremely active are still doing things that. Every person can do just in a different way.

Andrea Valentine
"andrea" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

13:28 min | 6 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Is Kelly with too broad talking politics part of the dumb custody of podcasts? And I am on today with Andrea Mercado. Who is the Executive Director of New Florida? Majority am I saying your name close to right. Yes it's Andrea mcardle. Thank you Andrea. Okay Hello Andrea. Hi. How are you Well you know every day's kind of the same and yet totally different right now. It's a loaded question these days. I know he has. Yes so I have all sorts of things. I want to ask you about Florida. But let's start with just a an overview of what is new Florida majority. And what is it that that the organization works on New Florida majority is a building political power of marginalized communities in Florida. We really worked to advance an inclusive and equitable unjust democracy for all so where community organization and political powerhouse on. Really you know focused on. What does it take to change the state Into a state where all along and so that seems like a project that requires a lot of work in a place like Florida. We've been hearing a lot over the past few years in Florida about things like voting rights and voter suppression. Can you talk about? What PRE CORONA VIRUS WET? Some of the projects were that you were working on. I think you know Florida is home. And it's a place with so many contradictions. It's one of the largest states in the country largest battleground state where elections time and time again. Come down to these like razor thin margins and it's also a place of deep inequality the biggest income inequality gaps in the country on Miami is considered to be the most unequal city in the country with some really heightened affordable housing crisis and a huge immigrant population. Ed Caribbean Emigrants Black Emigrants in addition to immigrants from all over Latin America. And it's a state with sixty seven counties fourteen media markets so a lot of diversity between Miami to Orlando to Jacksonville our Panama City. So so many ways it's like can be representative of the diversity of our nation. I think new Florida majorities focused on advancing racial equity and Florida's a state with a long history of racial inequality Florida had the highest lynchings per capita and was part of the confederacy on in a lot of the racism. And inequality is perpetuated by our laws and so we were honored to be a part of the fight for amendment for voter rights restoration on which ended the unjust exclusion of voters Conviction you essentially locked out of voting for the rest of your life and thanks to the leadership of returning citizens like Desmond. Mead in the Florida rights restoration coalition and we were able to collect a million petitions to put that on the ballot. It one in two thousand eighteen and so you know as an organization who really believes in democracy We've been working to realize the promise of amendment for and go out there and register record. Numbers of people will be registered over seventy five thousand people to vote since twenty eighteen election and we work on issue areas to defending our right to have an abortion or for advancing immigrant rights and changing the conditions for women who are incarcerated the dignity campaign so we take on a whole bunch of issues but really at at its core where about protecting and expanding democracy. So at Florida was one of the states that was guzzled to have the presidential primary on March seventeenth right after all of the corona virus pandemic in the. Us was really picking up. I I live in Illinois which is another one of the states that had a primary that day and so there was a lot of Sort of confusion continues to be confusion moving forward that haven't had their primary shot about how best to handle it what to do how to make sure everyone had access. Can you talk a little bit? About what the situation in Florida looked like and what what sorts of problems there were. You know what what you would have liked to have seen done. Yeah I mean look. We were in full-on get out the vote That's kind of Korda. What we do as an organization and so we were out there. Making sure people knew there was an election making sure people were motivated and mobilized to go when the Krona virus pandemic was escalating and so people we literally were canceling volunteer canvases and from one day to the next calling people off the doors and pivoted into phone banking and texting and really pushing the state to put people's safety first and foremost. I'm we actually ended up suing the state. I'm together with organizations like the advancement project in Demos Dream Defenders really saying that the state should expand vote by mail given the circumstances and should allow anyone who wants to request a vote by mail ballot to get one and to be able to make their voice heard participate in democracy by voting by mail and we lost that injunction the emergency injunction that we were pushing for but I think a lot of our concerns. I mean we just found out. I think it was late last week. That to poll workers in Broward County actually tested positive for krona virus And I think the country is looking at really important elections critical elections this year. I think we have to figure out. How do we get an eligible? Every eligible voter of Obama all ballot and give them an opportunity to participate in our democracy. I mean I think protecting the elections in November and the elections leading up to November is is critical. It seems like in Florida. Despite all of the problems in the confusion That there was a a pretty high voter. Turnout are you. Are you seeing energy? You know leading up to that and then continuing that makes you hopeful about the the direction that Florida is going. The way voting might happen in November. Yeah I think this is so important to emphasize is we saw more people. Turn out to vote In Two thousand twenty than we saw in twenty sixteen in this primary and I think it's a good signal that there's a lot of energy around the election this year. I think we have to be mindful that how show up for people in times of crisis impacts whether they're willing to participate in in our democracy and we've seen that time and time again. During our hurricane relief work I mean as an organization building independent political power. Something that central to our theory of change is that politics. Democracy doesn't just happen on election day. It's a year round project and you know just like as we're preparing for a hurricane we need to show up in communities that oftentimes feel like politicians aren't speaking to them An politics you know. They're they're feeling so marginalized from the political conversations. We see that as part of our mandate to reach out to folks and engage them and to do the education on why it's important to fill out the census and how that determines money for our hospitals in our schools and why it's important to to vote and I think this year that's going to be as critical as ever is to make sure that we're checking in with folks and seeing how they're doing and this crisis I mean. We had voter registration canvassers. That can't be out there. Registering people to vote at laundry mats and bus stops in schools but are making phone calls every day. We've called over fifteen thousand people in the state to ask them. How are you doing a what do you need? You have. Food have lesser job. Will you call Governor to Santa and demand that he take stronger action to protect our communities? Will you registered vote by mail? And we've launched a website on Florida Corona action work as a place where people can access resources but also raise our collective voices to demand that you know. Both corporations end elected officials. Really step up and protect people in this time and I think that that is going to be critical when we're looking at turn out in the fall that organizations that have built the trust and the infrastructure and momentum will prevail when when he comes down to election day you mentioned the census and doing education around the census. You talked about what you why that's important. Organization is focusing on the census. And what is that education campaign? Look like now that you can't be out knocking on doors to talk to people and encourage them to complete the census. Yeah I mean. I think there's a lot of people out there that are skeptical of giving government their information and rightly so I think those fears are based on folks experience and history. And you know we're out their education Letting folks know either by phone or online that the census is a is determined on the resources that we get in our communities in how people feel about our weather. People fill it out will determine funding and resources for the next ten years so it really couldn't be more important and you know I think we think it's you got work isn't just can't yes. We have to do it online. We have to do it on the radio. I see so many organizations doing the work of doing it in multiple languages but we also need to pick up the phone and call people because the digital divide is real. You know there's over thirty percent of households in the state of Florida that don't have Wifi at home and you know. Maybe they have a smartphone. But they don't have unlimited data and I think the we have. We can't forget you know we need to just reach out and call folks and try to talk to them and reach out to our families and our friends and make sure that they're filling out the census in and just check in with people as well and see how people are doing. You know there's a a really hard time for so many people and get really appreciate just that that phone call or text to let know that you're thinking about them and so there's been a lot of focus over the past few weeks on states and because the lack of action by the Federal Government to address the pandemic and Florida. I think in particular is one that I've been watching so we're recording this on Thursday April second and it was just yesterday. The Governor Santa's finally issued a stay at home order So what what do things look like in Florida? Right now And what would you like people to be encouraging the The governor's office in the state legislature in Florida to be doing to help people in Florida. Yeah I mean it's been really incredibly frustrating to see governor. Sandisk bury his head in the sand in the midst of the most serious crisis that we've ever faced and he refused to shut down the beaches. During spring break across the state. He refused to show real leadership and communicate The seriousness of this situation and it the result is lives will be lost There are you know people dying. Our our elders are frontline workers. You Know Fam- family And members of our community and we also in Florida have the lowest unemployment rates in the country. There are millions of people who are losing their jobs and Florida were in the Have the distinct privilege of being in the bottom four in terms of unemployment payment. Florida only gives you.

Florida Executive Director of New Flor Andrea mcardle Andrea Andrea Mercado Kelly Sandisk Federal Government Illinois Broward County Obama Latin America Desmond representative Mead
"andrea" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Boy I wish I could I just I don't I don't have the hotter in your twenties and stuff when you go to weddings a guy who can like somewhat dance. Yeah I've always been like. If I had a son I would teach them how to get very laid in their twenty s. Okay well you have a daughter so sure okay. We'll go so everybody needs to learn from the parents. I guess now Olivarez two reasons to go to your house. I guarantee your guests here on this literature question. Jimmy has you know I do work at a bookstore. So and as an author as well with my down his throat with his whole pre Lou. Because he's on skype. Or whatever is on Zoom I if he was in the room I would be throwing this. Oh He's not you. I mean I was trying to get you talking to the guy literally said full herds. This entire thing got it. We weren't listening to you because we were having a conversation on this. Show only got it. But I was trying to save you from Elliot. J. J. R. R. Tolkien is my guess guys. When I read my guess you will a. I'll just say no then. I thought that's who I was thinking of and I wrote down J. K. Simmons. I knew I knew was wrong. That's great but that's who I wanted to write down. What are you sure you weren't thinking J. K. Rowling I'm telling you I was thinking of. Jk I was thinking of this. Tolkien fellow Because I know the other one is a woman right. The wrongs a woman. So I'm not. I know enough of that around. When you're trying to say I knew what I was doing but I knew I also knew it was wrong and I wrote this down. For humor's sake I also wrote down the The game of thrones guy. 'cause I couldn't think Martin right so I wrote that down across outlet you can see that. They're felt noted that's not who it is and then wrote down the token but I wrote down. Jake is all right. Well we'll find out GARIN. We'll find out if you're right or wrong Right after this what Let's check in with let's break here break. Let's take a quick break. We'll be back right after this. Hey guys matter. Dates for a Andrea. Savage is on twitter and instagram at Andrea savage she's also on TV and Net flicks her TV show. I'm sorry is a fantastic. Watch if you're looking for someone to watch started at the beginning season one and I think he's in two on Netflix. Maybe three or maybe. That's what they're working on now. Not sure okay. So season three is in production although on hiatus the moment obviously but check out. I'm sorry and then check out our podcast to it's available wherever you get podcast. It's called Andrew savage a grown up woman Hashtag buttonholes. That's the name of it. We tried to talk her out of it and it didn't work. So that's what you can search for on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your gas no dates really to To mention right now we can tell you that as we said before podcasts upon twenty twenty has been postponed until October tenth. So play ten ten twenty twenty. We are all well. Ellie was very excited when he realized that. I don't think anyone else's excited about it but I hope you can join us Streaming Live for twelve hours on that date. And if you have tickets if you bought tickets for the May event know that your tickets will still be valid for October. And hopefully you can make it out and look for an email from the El Portal..

J. J. R. R. Tolkien Andrea savage Lou Andrew savage twenty twenty J. K. Rowling J. K. Simmons El Portal Jimmy Netflix Jk I skype Ellie Jake twitter Martin Apple
"andrea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Be Andrea and D. C. Hey Andrea how are you I'm sorry I'm better than I deserve what's up and inherited IRA that I have to cash out and I guess I was wondering what exactly could do a money that I have after the tractor okay how much is in it they had about forty thousand and after taxes it'll get like twenty five thirty are not required to cash it out you are required to take required minimum distributions are in days on it but you don't have to completely cash it out now depending on where you are in your baby steps I might recommend that you do because there's no penalties on it only taxes now what where are you guys in your finances are you in getting out of debt or what's going on with you I have one nine market today okay yeah our time here okay well you can probably just get out of that go to time sure exit team and dump it will be a better plan yet more but I mean that at actually have done that that takes a little bit of time waiting on I'm and then after that process right yeah it takes about a year year and a half something like that all right good okay so you don't really need to use the money for that though right correct okay and you don't have any data do you have your emergency fund in place yes okay are you putting fifteen percent of your income towards retirement yeah you're doing great okay you got kids yeah okay no need for kids college baby step five do you own a home yes you have a mortgage on it yeah baby.

Andrea
"andrea" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

10:31 min | 9 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"And prepare yourself to accomplish those goals Andrea Andrea. Welcome back to live happy now. It is always a pleasure to have you on the show. Thank you and it was always a pleasure to be here because your messages I followed up and I really love what you put out on social media of the articles in the various podcasts. I really appreciate it. We'll thank you you know as we were looking at the Beginning of a New Year and we wanted to do something that talked about setting goals versus setting resolution. So of course you claim to mind again. So so I thought that we could start by having you explain to us a difference between setting a goal and setting resolution. You know for me. And there's a a lot of personal experience you know I once was a teenage girl and I remember those resolutions. That said I have a boyfriend. You know at the same time I was at teenagers. You know and as I have vowed to end in my education and in my life what I realized I was. I was a statistic. And that's statistic is the one that you know. Your listeners are going to be reading a lot this week how many days it takes before the resolution. I shouldn't fails and I wanted to know how to do that differently. and luckily my life's work. Help get me there. And so a resolution listen to me aligns more with just a declaration or an affirmation where is a goal is actually elite attached to something that you have in your mind that's already in process end or you want to put in process and you began to you begin to think through. What do I actually have to.

Andrea Andrea
"andrea" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

11:21 min | 10 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"Took my master's degree in prison over the course of six and a half years in fact my old burglary hang out is just outside side this campus. I live like an animal store are used drugs. Had it not been for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad Outta surely been in an insane asylum or dead or possibly even the murderer one of you. So what has Mr Mohammed trying to do. He's trying trying to get us on God's side so that God will be on our side and help us fight our battles when the Negro the so called Negro in America gets on. God's side listens to the teachings of the honorable. Elijah Muhammad WanNa get off of drugs. They want to get away. From a life of crime you'll want to get away from committing adultery and fornication then he would want to get off the wealthiest healthiest. He would want to get a job he would want to own a living and take care of his family and his family would respect him for the only means that you're taking care of your children. That's what what it is to be a father. Father doesn't mean that you had some babies anybody can have a baby. Having a baby does not make you a fallen anybody can go out and get a woman but not anybody can take care of. That woman is another word for co-responsibility Andrea Jenkins is an activist and poet and the first openly openly Trans Black woman elected to office in the United States when she watched Malcolm X. in her early thirties in Minneapolis at a mall see herself was coming coming to terms with her gender identity. And what she saw in Malcolm struggle around his own identities modeled for her that she could be transformed. And that you didn't have to be afraid aide. Andrew and I spoke in front of a live audience at the Wonderful Parkway Theater in Minneapolis after the interview. Injury told me that it wasn't until she was on stage with me Eh. Thinking through her answers processing that she finally realized just how much this movie has changed her welcome. Everyone thank you for joining us to this. This live taping of this movie changed me. Yes be recorded so the applause is very helpful. Thank you and I'm so excited to be here with Minneapolis. City Council Vice President Andrew Jenkins to talk about Spike Lee's Malcolm X.. Six when Tony One of our producers reached out to see if he'd be interested in being a guest for the podcast. We had no idea what movie would choose. And I was thrilled to hear that. You Pick Malcolm X.. And I want to read a little bit of what you wrote in your email back to us explaining why you chose it. You said growing up as a kid. I remember being frightened by the way the the media portrayed figures like Malcolm X. as he was always associated with hate this movie gave a fuller picture of WHO Malcolm X. was and depicted him in a more humane main way than the media. Did what you said really resonated with me because it reminded me of how I felt when I watched it for the first time as a teenager. I felt like I was discovering a history. I never learned in school. I grew up going to public schools in Miami and I feel like I learned release superficial. Cliff's notes version of the civil rights movement which included mostly Dr Martin Luther King Junior But Malcolm X. a tiny little blip right. Yeah and they were on the opposite sides of each other that was always the portrayal and you know. Would this movie shows is that. That's not the full story. The the movie shows a life in the story of the man with multiple identities. He was first born Malcolm little in Omaha Nebraska. Then in his twenties he was known as Detroit Red and finally only he became Malcolm X. Shabazz the Muslim American hero and revolutionary and the movie shows that the full story of Malcolm X. is far more complicated hopeful we'll transformative and as you said beautifully human to quote from one of my prophets Roger. Ebert who wrote this when he first saw the movie back when he reviewed it in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. And if you haven't read the whole review I highly recommended. It really is amazing. He said walking into Malcolm X.. I expected an anger film. The Spike Lee has made. This film is not an assault but an explanation and is not exclusionary. It deliberately addresses all races and its audience white people going into the film. Make SPEC to Malcolm X.. WHO attack them? But they will find a Malcolm X.. Whose experiences and motives make him understandable and finally heroic to understand the stages of Malcolm's life is to walk for a time in the steps of many African Americans and to glimpse where the journey it might lead some powerful stuff while I'm getting emotional right and can about the film right now? You will cry in this movie again. You'll try so so before we go too far into the movie. I'd like you to take some time and just close your eyes and I want you to think about out for about ten seconds. The first time he saw the movie who you were with how old you were where you were all the memories that you have and I'll just chime in when those ten seconds seconds are up. What memories came up for you? Wow as probably as very early thirties. Like maybe thirty one. You're living here already. I was living in Minneapolis. Maybe I saw at my South Dell or somewhere like that great mall go. They're you're off bright. My I want to see it when my partner at the time. Interestingly pretty sure I was much more masculine presenting At the time and yeah there was just this feeling of pride was kind of like I don't know did anybody experience Black Panther Elia in the theater. Yeah it was like a sacred space right. Yeah and particularly black space right. Is that what that it was like. It was very much like that. It felt very much like that. Even though at south deal was a little less maybe in the black is that had been at that point right but I think it felt like being openly expressive serve ones blackness was a pain Right and I think for much of history prior you know that was not now the case I mean there is a very complex history of being being black in America and I think Malcolm really addressed at a really beautiful way trying to re reimagined. The narrative that had been shaped around blacks in America and creating a sense of pride a sense of determination. So I'm not here this afternoon as Republican Democrat not as a Mason L. Tell us that as a Protestant last in Newark Catholic not as a Christian nowhere to not as a baptist nor methods in fact not even as an American because if I was an American the problem that confronts how people today wouldn't even exist so I had to stand here today as I was when I was born a black man before there was any such thing as a Republican or Democrat. We were black before there was any such thing as a mason or an elk. We were black before there was any such thing as a a two or a Christian we were black. In fact there was any such place as America we will and after America has long passed from the scene. There will still be black. Watch this movie last week as I was getting ready. Eighty per this conversation with you and this may be weird because we have met before today but I felt like you were there with me watching it because I kept Yep thinking about your own journey as an African American transgender woman many identities you hold right poet or historian activist City Council member. The name of you and the distinct chapters of your life All of this. I watched as they saw Denzel. Washington portray remark amax on screen. And it reminded me of what Atallah Shabazz one of Malcolm X's daughters Roach. She writes it in the port of the book. And the book autobiography of Malcolm X.. She writes my father's life and it stages of personal metamorphosis and enlightenment stand as a confirmation of how one can through witness and transformation ultimately claim one's own divine path and he was curious to know how this movie whether consciously or unconsciously shaped your own path like your own claiming of your own divine path as he thought about many chapters on identities of your life. Most again right. We're an emotional space. We can do it. This is on being Studios right we're allowed to go there. There's some oh settling on healing one of the things that impacted me the most about this movie. It was less about Malcolm X. in about Denzel Washington and how he became became Malcolm X.. Yeah right like he literally. There's a point in the movie when spout halfway through. And you're like Oh my God that's an ex- yeah and so I was really transfixed by the shifts And right yeah because I think I have experienced many of those in many many ways some that almost mirrored that talk a little bit about that you know well. I was never in penitentiary but my a father was for about fifteen.

Malcolm X Malcolm Malcolm X. Minneapolis America Malcolm X. Shabazz Elijah Muhammad Vice President Andrew Jenkins Spike Lee City Council Elijah Muhammad Wan Mr Mohammed burglary Tony One Denzel Washington United States Wonderful Parkway Theater Andrea Jenkins Detroit Nebraska
"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

07:57 min | 11 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"So Andrea Bocelli. Welcome to inside the studio. Thank you very much and we are joined by your son Matteo. Hi Hey good to have you both here. We have so much to talk about so much to cover a seizure first album of all new songs in fourteen years many guests on it at Sheeran. Do a Lupu Josh Grogan as well as Matteo this how did you ever land this guy shot from your own son? Well honestly it has been the most operation because the Mateo said immediately. Yes so I just been very easy. Mateo sings would like to sing future. He's student now at a different cemetery in Italy for me. It was better to wait for some more. But we received this beautiful Song Really Beautiful Song and For the reason we sold the occasion is this and now we are here and of course. The song is fall on me. Matteo tell me you grew up. Obviously hearing your father saying When did you start to take seriously the idea that you might want to pursue music yourself? let's say that. I'm always been rounded by in music in my life and I started to play depend on since so was six years old and it was singing. Yes since I was a child and so let's say that I studied music since I was a little boy and studying singing since three years. 'cause by always told me that is important to wait the changing of the voice. 'cause otherwise could be. I mean even dangerous for your vocal cords. And so yeah. Let's say it since I always. I mean always been rounded by music and studying singing since three years is started piano at six under. You also started playing piano around the same age. Did do not yes. I stated piano for many years I stopped oxycotine and then I began again later and I finished just sending the program but now there's no time to play and unfortunately now I play only just for fun. I was interested to read use said that this album is a return to some of the feelings of you've said being a young man playing a piano bar. You played at a piano bar when you were younger. Begun to play in the piano bar when I was eighteen years old then. I tuned during the period. The university and I stayed in played just for fun to stay with my France. David he has been a really beautiful period for me. These piano bar years you were singing and playing or yes piano and voice and so what kind of songs pop repertory Genera Battalion Repertoire and Samsung of Frank Sinatra for example recharges St wonder although classical pop repertoire. So this album see was produced by Bob Azran known for his work with Alice. Cooper Pink Floyd Kiss Louis now. How did the two of you come to work together in the idea of Bob Measuring it comes from my label. it has been a very good idea because We we were together very very well immediately from from the from the first meeting good artistically and also friendly so I stated piano singing but I. I should have to study English speaking well. The recording some of the recording was done at home at your home studio. Is that right? Yes yes my house is very important to do this. Because if you can record at home you can decide the best moment to record when your voice is in good shape when you are the best atmosphere to to record it. I see what time of day is your voice at its best. It depends on in general the evening. Okay so then. Being at home is easier so I wanted to ask you about the album title. See I'd read that you'd said this is a period. We're going through right now where we too often say. No yes is the word you say you have your first kiss. You agree with somebody you WanNa make someone feel good correct. Tell me more about this. Everyone was looking for a good title for this album and It's difficult to find the title for like this and Day almost my first song called me by phone and told me Daddy. I have the name for the album. You have to call this see and I answered Si perfect because it's really the the most beautiful word of the world. Let's talk a little about the songs themselves. Let me ask you about we will meet again with Josh Grogan. Who Co wrote the song? He has called this a duet almost twenty years in the making going back to Moment in not. I know Josh from along time. Somebody told me that he was fun of me just before to become famous and then we we met each other and now we are friends so when when it's possible to work together. I'm very happy to do it and me. What was the recording of the song? Like not pay recorded in my house so we all the column possible. The result is on the the record. And of course you sing with Ed. Sheeran on this record but this is the second time you've worked with him. The first yes because he came to my house for perfect and he decided to make it. Wet Me this beautiful infamous and I remain completely surprised from his personality. He's a musician but he's also very humble man very simple men and For me it has been a beautiful surprise and beautiful appearance to work with him. Matteo your father has said that you guys had to maybe explain to him who Adjourn was or why you were so excited. He was coming to record the song yet. It say that Before was planned to do this. Debate BETWEEN DEADEN and Sharon. I was already a big fan of him and I remember first time. I saw him life in life when he was opening concert. Data Swift's concert in Toronto in Canada. And since that they remain a very surprised buddy bugged him about his talent and has he was saying my dead such a humble and simple guy in. That's the first thing that impressed me at first moment when I met him. 'cause when you met him in seems that you know him since a while no he treats everybody the same way and I think that's amazing especially when someone got a success so big non because usually people change and I think will you feel that he remained completely the same person and of course I mean. He's an amazing heart is love his music and right now. He's my favorite artists and he co wrote the song he sings with you on this new record Amazon tunnel today. I'm going to do a very bad job of saying that. I think okay okay not as bad as I thought..

Matteo Josh Grogan Mateo Sheeran Andrea Bocelli Italy Samsung Frank Sinatra Bob Azran Toronto Cooper Pink Floyd France Amazon David Canada Swift Alice Ed Sharon Kiss Louis
"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

07:49 min | 11 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"He went on to do the telecast and I went back to history class, but for superstar like Ed Sheeran singing with Boccia a chance to open up new territory both stylistically and globally. Sheeran reworked his song perfect last November, two new versions one with beyond say and another with Bo Celli. We visited in Tuscany in order to record perfect symphony. That songs been streamed one hundred fifty two million times on Youtube, which if you're keeping score at home is not quite half the population of the United States, but it's pretty close. and. It definitely helped. Make sure be most streamed artist of twenty seventeen. Sheeran repaid that favor by co writing AMMO Sultana Tae is due at with both Kellyanne see. Perhaps the most interesting tracks on see the do Aletha Duet, if only and vertigo featuring Raphael Glossy on piano, if only puts the emerging dance pop queen, way into share, ballad territory I mean. The lyrics are eaten about turning back time as Goulash. Like the Celli he's Italian star, he cuts across genres Vertigo, though start small with just butch Elliot's voice and glossies piano, and then keeps climbing grand staircase after grand staircase. After grand staircase. We're GONNA need another staircase. But and his son Mateo told me about working with these collaborators, and also why it took ten years to assemble an album of new songs. There are definitely times when Buccellati prefers to let the music do the talking. But? Here's what he had to say. So Andrea Bocelli welcome to inside the studio. Thank you very much, and we are joined by your son. Matteo Hi. Hey good to have you both here. We have so much to talk about so much to cover a seizure first album of all new songs in fourteen years. Many guests on it at Sheeran do a Lupu Josh Grogan as well as Matteo. This. How did you ever land the sketch shot from your own son well? Honestly. It has been the most. Operation. Because the Mateo said immediately. Yes, so I just been very easy. Mateo sings would like to sing future. He's student now at at the Conservatory in Italy for me. It was better to wait for some more. But. We received this beautiful Song Really Beautiful Song and for the reason we sold the occasion. Is this. And now we are here, and of course the song is fall on me. Matteo tell me you grew up obviously hearing your father saying When did you start to take seriously the idea that you might want to pursue music yourself Let's say that I'm. Always been a rounded by in music in my life and I started to play depend on since so was six years old. And it was singing. Yes, since I was a child. And, so let's say that I studied music since I was a little boy and studying singing since three years 'cause by always told me that is important to wait. The changing of the voice 'cause otherwise could be i. mean even dangerous for your vocal cords, and so yeah, let's say. It since I, always I mean always been rounded by music and. Studying singing since three years is started piano at six under. You also started playing piano around the same age did do not yes. I stated piano. For many years, I stopped Ach Sixteen, and then I began again later, and I finished his just-ended program, but now there's no time to play and unfortunately. Now I play only just for fun. I was interested to read use said that this album is a return to some of the feelings of you've said being a young man playing a piano bar. You played at a piano bar when you were younger. Begun to play in the piano bar when it was eighteen years old. Then I tuned during the period. The university and I stayed in played just for fun to stay with my France David. He has been a really beautiful period for me. These piano bar years you were singing and playing or yes. Piano and voice, and so what kind of songs pop repertory general? Battalion Repertoire and Samsung of Frank Sinatra for example. recharges St wonder. Although classical pop repertoire so. This album see was produced by Bob Azran known for his work with. Alice Cooper Pink. Floyd Kiss Louis now. How did the two of you come to work together? In the idea of Bob Measuring? It comes from my label. it has been a very good idea. Because we, we were together very very well immediately from from the from the first meeting. Good artistically and also. Friendly I know so. I stated piano singing, but I I should have to study English. Speaking. Well, the recording. Some of the recording was done at home at your home studio. Is that right yes? Yes, my house is very important to do this. Because if you can record at home, you can decide the best moment. To record man. Your Voice is in good shape when you are the best atmosphere to to record it I see. What time of day is your voice at its best? It depends on in general the evening. Okay, so then being at home is easier so I. wanted to ask you about the album title. See I'd read that you'd said this is a period. We're going through right now. Where we too often say no. Yes, is the word you say you have your first kiss. You agree with somebody you WanNa make someone feel good correct. Tell me more about this. Everyone was looking for a good title for this album and It's difficult to find the title for not like this and Day almost my first song called me by phone. And told me Daddy I have the name for the album. You have to call this see. And I answered SI perfect because. It's really the the most beautiful. Of the world. Let's talk a little about the songs themselves. Let me ask you about. We will meet again with Josh Grogan. Who Co wrote the song he has called this a duet almost twenty years in the making going back to moment in not I know Josh from along time. Somebody told me that he was fun of me just before to become famous. And then we. We met each other, and now we are friends so when when it's possible to work together I'm very happy to do it and me. What was the recording of the song like not pay recorded in my house, so we all the column possible the result. is on the the record and. Of course. You sing with Ed Sheeran on this record, but this is the second time you've worked with him.

Ed Sheeran grand staircase Josh Grogan Mateo Matteo Tuscany Bo Celli Aletha Duet Youtube Vertigo Andrea Bocelli United States Raphael Glossy butch Elliot Italy Buccellati Floyd Kiss Louis Bob Azran Alice Cooper Pink
"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"A lot of Boccia, power comes from the Bel Canto style of singing, which emphasizes emotion in its brightness as much if not more than technique. Bel Canto Translation. Beautiful singing has its roots in Italy. Two hundred years ago, so it's not exactly rock and roller, even pop music as we know it, but as I'm about to explain, it's had a crucial influence on both going back to a time when opera singers were still pop stars in America and continuing right up to the last power ballad, you heard assuming that the last power ballad you heard was aerosmith's. I don't WanNa miss a thing. The story of how Celli rose to fame in the early nineties is an interesting one that involves at least tangentially Bano. Celli was born in Tuscany in nineteen, Fifty, eight with congenital glaucoma, though he didn't lose his sight until age twelve when he was hitting the I during a soccer game while keeping. He started playing piano when he was six one singing competition at fourteen and earn money while studying law at the University of Pisa by Playing Piano Bar. But, but shelly was a lawyer for just one year. In Nineteen Ninety two, the Italian rock singers Zucchero Co, wrote a song called Misery Ira with Bono who was in those days wearing those wraparound shades and working persona called the fly during U2's zoo TV tour. Zucchero had the idea of duets with the famed Italian operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti and in order to convince Pavarotti to do it. He cut a demo with an unknown tenure Andrea Bocelli. When Pavarotti heard the demo, he said. Why do you need me? You already have the right singer at which point Zucchero reportedly responded. If I can't have you I'd rather burn it and through the tape into a fireplace. There were other copies of the tape of course, but that's soap opera worthy flourish worked. Zucchero cut the song with poverty. And he showed his gratitude to boot Shelly by taking them on tour in nineteen ninety-three. We're the to duetted on misery. The tape in the fireplace. Bid Is hardly be last too good to be true detail in this story. Here's another. Zuko also wrote. Amari Comma La, Serra, which Celli Sang at the San Remo. Festival the Italian Song Top petition in Nineteen Ninety Four Celli won the newcomers prize. But. You didn't win. Did so highest score ever recorded in that category. And that's all. He came the debut single. The. Title Track of his first album. The following year, he was back at San Remo where he introduced conto. Petero the Buchele Song. You know even if you know nothing about Andrea Bocelli. That's the one that was everywhere for a long while including in several episodes of the Sopranos. Sopranos Creator David Chase. It's blamed at once this way. If Carmella and her friends were real people living in New Jersey, they would've loved that song heard it all the time and been playing it all the time. And adding to the ubiquity of that song. Celli recorded an English version called time to say goodbye with British singer and actress Sarah Brightman which became a number two hit in the UK and a number one in Germany. where it holds the record as the biggest selling single of all time. An interesting thing about that song is the way of partake of classical music without being it. And this gets to the heart of bookshelves appeal. He has one foot in today and another in the comfort of tradition. For me. I grew up with a dad who loved classical music and played opera on Sunday mornings. So I hear contemplated as a childhood memory, I don't actually have. One definition of nostalgia is the memory of things. Is They never were? And again it's key to Bucella appeal. Here's how David Chase described the significance of that song in the Sopranos. What that Song meant for Carmelo was I wanNA be anywhere, but here I don't want my life I want a different life, and that means nostalgia for the old country Andrea is always portrayed in the media, gentle sweet, and he's blind. He can never hurt anyone. He's the complete opposite of Tony Soprano. Someone she could. Mother nurture, and who would always say, thank you instead of. That's what we're having for dinner. That captures the way Chelsea's music can represent the world better more full of beauty than the one we live in. It gets right to the IMO appeal of Andrea. The loving the longing, the heartache, the romance, all the fields all at once all the time. which brings us back to the Dolphin tradition, how channels European operatic emotion into American pop music. Probably the clearest example abysses Elvis Presley's. It's an hour never. Elvis cut that song in nineteen sixty after he got out of the army. And the song is really just a solo meal with different words. A Solo Mio is a Neapolitan Song written in eighteen, Ninety eight, which became a huge hit for the Italian operatic tenor in Rico. Caruso in nineteen sixteen. And it's now or never isn't even the first time. Somebody put different words to a Solo Mio and turned it into a hit. That would be Tony Martin who brought it to number two in nineteen, forty nine when it was called. There's no tomorrow and that's actually the version that helped inspire Elvis. So the Bel Canto style in American pop goes in all sorts of directions. You can hear it every time. A metal band make song your mom might like like Motley cruise home, sweet home, guns and roses, November Rain Jovis living on a prayer, but it also turns up in unexpected places. Here's Barry White describing its impact on him as a teenager after he was locked up for stealing tires. In jail, he said I heard. It's now or never by Elvis Presley and it was awakenings like somebody hitting me in the face with a baseball bat when I got out I. Swore to myself never again. And thus does Bel Canto have an impact on disco. Once you start hearing things this way. All sorts of connections can begin to open up. Take, the first single from Pacelli new album see fall on me a duet with his son Mateo. It starts off a slow and stately. Piano Ballad. About a higher power, God love something from above, and it reminds me just a little. Of Nick Cave talking about some of the same things at the same tempo fifteen years ago in into my arms. It's ridiculous of course, although so is the idea of Barry White. Having his life turned around by Elvis Presley's. It's now or never. But certainly an ever-growing list of popstars is lined up to record with Andrea. Bocelli Tony, Bennett Selene Dion. Ariana Grande Day Jennifer Lopez Nelly Furtado Nicole Shirt Zinger in now. Josh Grobian? Ed Sheeran and do a LEEPA. There's a lot going on here. Artistic apparition certainly, and in the case of Josh Grobian, a debt being repaid. gropings break came at age seventeen. He stood in for bocce Elliott Grant Rehearsals in nineteen, ninety nine singing the prayer with Selene Dion Introducing his new duet with Bo, Celli. We will meet once again. Grow been called himself a terrified pimple, faced and blissfully naive kid that day as he put.

Andrea Bocelli Elvis Presley Celli Zucchero Co Shelly David Chase Luciano Pavarotti Barry White University of Pisa Bennett Selene Dion Italy Josh Grobian Bel Canto Tuscany Bono soccer aerosmith Bocelli Tony
"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"Your host. Joe Lee this time out. Things got a little. Mo Old. School way. Old School as I sat down with Andrea Bocelli. He told me about his early days in the piano. Bar is singing Frank Sinatra stevie wonder songs and also about recording his first album of newly written songs in fourteen years which features. Ed Sheeran do a leaper in many others and which was produced by Bob. Azran who also helped make kisses destroyer and pink. Floyd's the wall and many other classics and Classic Rock Celli has sold more than eighty million albums worldwide. He seems both pop opera. Sometimes not recognizing any difference between the two and always bringing to mind a time and place other than now often. That's a Pre rock world in which Broadway show tunes dominated the pop charts and there's so much drama in sentiment imbo. Kelly's music that it surprising. It took him fourteen albums in twenty one years to get to a collection of songs from the movies twenty-fifth cinema which contains not one but two film themes made hits by Andy Williams Moon River from breakfast at Tiffany's. And where do I begin from? Love story a global artists long before the music industry became focused on such things. Celli does where do I begin as a Boston? Nova with lyrics in Italian and then again with lyrics in Spanish sick Harlequin Nago own. It sometimes seems Celli. Who's done just about everything? Except record with Metallica. Though I really wouldn't put that past him and so. I saw this clip of you on an Italian television show. Were you making entrance unrolling Blades Beatles? Yesterday it has been a joke because it was a very stranger broadcasting. The asked me to enter in the studio in the most strange way I tried to say. Okay I come with my horse. This was a little bit not enough and I said okay. I try my rollerblade. I know that you ride horseback. You Ski that you rollerblade and still when I saw this because the host actually bumped into you. I thought what's happening here. I was not a good Mixture putting authorities skater. But he is well. We was not very good. I think it's better to sing for first idea. You had a childhood nickname for your fearlessness. In English translated the earthquake me I am. My mother called me like this because it was very lively. No always movement okay. I never stopped and then I liked the most dangerous things and I like to do so. Some of the spirit still survives into adulthood. Then he has a little bit a now a little bit less. But I did many stupid things in my life. I jumped with Parachutes or horses and in the many things. I I I was a little bit crazy.

Classic Rock Celli Andrea Bocelli Joe Lee Floyd Kelly Ed Sheeran Old School Frank Sinatra Andy Williams Azran Boston Nova Tiffany Moon River Ski Bar Bob
"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"andrea" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"Your host Joe Lee. This time out, things got a little Mo.. Old School. Way Old School. As I sat down with Andrea Bocelli. He told me about his early days in the piano bar is singing. Frank Sinatra, Stevie, wonder songs, and also about recording his first album of newly written songs in fourteen years. which features Ed? Sheeran do a leaper in many others, and which was produced by Bob Azran. WHO also helped make kisses, destroyer and pink Floyd's the wall, and many other classics and Classic Rock. Celli has sold more than eighty million albums worldwide. He seems both pop opera sometimes not recognizing any difference between the two and all ways bringing to mind at time and place other than now. Often that's a pre rock world in which Broadway show tunes dominated the pop charts. And there's so much drama in sentiment imbo Kelly's music. that it surprising, it took him fourteen albums in twenty one years to get to a collection of songs from the movies, Twenty-fifth Cinema, which contains not one, but two film themes made hits by Andy Williams. Moon River from breakfast at Tiffany's. and. Where do I begin from Love Story? A global artists long before the music industry became focused on such things. Celli does where do I begin as a Boston Nova with lyrics in Italian? And then again with lyrics in Spanish. Sick Harlequin Nago. Own! It sometimes seems Celli who's done just about everything except record with metallica though I really wouldn't put that past him. And so I saw this clip of you on an Italian television show. Were you making entrance unrolling blades? He's been a joke because it was a very stranger broadcasting. The asked me to enter in the studio. In the most strange way. I tried to say okay, I come with my horse. This was a little bit, not enough and I said okay I try my rollerblade. I know that you ride horseback. You Ski that you rollerblade and still when I saw this because the host actually bumped into you I thought what's happening here? I was not the good mixture putting authorities skater. He as well. We was not very good. I. Think it's better to sing for. Stadia you had a childhood nickname for your fearlessness in English. Translated the earthquake me I am. My mother called me like this because it was very lively, no always movement. Okay I never stopped, and then I liked the most dangerous things. I like to do. So some of this spirit still survives into adulthood, then he has. A little bit a now a little bit less, but I did many stupid things in my life I, jumped with parachutes or Horses and in the. Many things I. I I was a little bit crazy..

Celli metallica Joe Lee Andrea Bocelli Way Old School Old School Frank Sinatra Kelly Andy Williams Moon River Boston Bob Azran Sheeran Ski Ed Stevie
"andrea" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"andrea" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"I'm gonna watch this thing. I will watch it in the family yet. No alastair free to watch what he's going to be real. Kids are going to be a kiss so it scares me. It's an evangelical that has that much power control over government. Of course you do wake gutter. This skirt wake up. You have to watch t._v. So just open your go gorilla. That's how are we gotta. Go you gotta go. I gotta go <hes> september thirteenth september thirteenth season two of i'm i'm sorry is coming out on net flicks very excited and also i have a podcast that will be coming out <hes> a couple of weeks after that. You're the one i'm the one who has a new podcast coming. They're only allowed like four a year. So i've got the false lot regulations by four years. All of us could have started back in the day <hes> title title for him. There is a title it's called andrea savage a grown up woman hashtag holes and bad you can't hear or say but holes without laughing <hes> <hes> can i pitch a quick here it what i think savage af i mean that is like the perfect title that goes back in the ice tea see he. It's you're talking about. The hashtag bottles isn't cutesy. Bottles are very cute. They're very in for two thousand nineteen. It depends which battles you're looking at. The mills run the gamut butts in the movie cats. I hope so c._g. Attitude ask do but they do have human butt cheeks talks jennifer aw movie movie back bigger than the game of thrones. It's called come out. I pretty sure it will be coming out october first. You've got some hot guests lined up. I do have some guests one of them. I'm looking at right eight now. James pardew rights on i do. I've got some great gas. I've got <hes> jon. Hamm's coming in mila kunis snake shinoda from lincoln park got june squibb. Who's turning ninety this year she that older yeah i've got. I don't know i should paul shearer your god june rayfield judy greer. I dunno fun. People basically supposed to be a celebration. Eh theme of it is just because you're technically a grown person doesn't mean you have to be fucking lame so i'm inviting with the exception jimmy pardo people that i think are technically grownup able to function in society but are still funny and cool weird and different and just you don't have to. I feel like my biggest fear of growing up was going to be you have to become boring and i'm finding that that's not the case but i know there's a lot of people who are scared by who do reach out to me who are like from my show going. Oh you make it not look horrible. Some kind of going off that it's hard uh-huh finding making is hard yes to figure out like what lane urine like. How much is it a chat. How much is it comedy. How much of it's real caller. It's snow joke and i thought you guys were honestly jokes and now i you know bogart right now. You're going the wrong way. Admire prized by surprise. You guys have been able to pull this. Thank you so much. Thank you <hes> but it is. It's a hard and i'm a little nervous. I'm not gonna lie. <hes> should be take crowded field. I can't do anything but you got jon hamm and he doesn't do every podcast. They'll play. He's no. He does absolutely great guy. <hes> good luck with the podcast. Thank you <hes> average af look for it. Thank can not the name savage andrea savage boy did you miss really rolls up the time blue be savage af hashtag bottles af i like the name yards by the way yeah what andrew savage grown-up woman okay that seems legit and then hashtag potholes undercut it a little bit typo. When i received the confirmation records they screw up you thought that she just went rogue started coming up with new title cut and pasted hashtag butthole document demint type. What about your bottle. I haven't i have separate documents. Only exclusively.

jon hamm andrea savage alastair andrew savage jimmy pardo judy greer James pardew lincoln park demint bogart four years
"andrea" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"andrea" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Andrew, Twitter account is at Andrea comedy, enjoyed this one. All your mom's dog. Thank you something to keep in mind everybody. All your your moms know about you porn. I was so I well, I'm seeing a guy who has a kid and I like this is the first time that I've been with someone that created another human. I'm like, he did that because you fuck without God. So you're an adult relief. Right. I have a letter here asking for help Amelia Kenton, Keith, Andrea. I assume you play a large role in this as well. The new spin show. What do we do now by the way, has been great hesitated about getting VIP. I know Keith, I'm an idiot and I'm seriously glad I opted in. I have a difficult decision I've been dealing with and I could really use some advice. I struggled for a long time with self harm cutting, but have been relapse free for long enough that the scars are now white, which is probably as good as it'll get do have two distinct vertical as in down the arm, not across scars, and those clearly scream suicide and not self harm. Wow. Can you to remove those? Got balls and now face with figuring out what the hell to do about how many arms look. I wear long sleeves around everyone except a few close friends who know about this. That means that I've spent the entire summer sweating worse than a whore in church. Even around strangers, I'm self conscious about this. It was just a bad time in my life was really sick. Now I'm med managed sick and I don't want stairs, or comments or bullshit from people. If I shouldn't think of any that I couldn't think of any better way to get attention for myself, which it was never about wanting attention hearing that feels like absolute shit be because it's a reminder of the times I was asked if I was sure I didn't quote ask for it after being raped, just don't know what to do about this. We keep wearing long sleeves because I hate now I hate how I feel with my arms uncovered. Do I fuck it all and tell myself to stop. Wearing long sleeves because I hate, I do I say, sorry, do I say, fuck it all and tell myself to stop caring, how people react though. I tell myself to fuck off because I'm the one who put myself in the stem situation, both long sleeves and showing arms are uncomfortable, not sure which is worse for me, you'll they're both really smart and wonderful. And I think you have seriously good advice. Anything thrown my way would be appreciated. Thank you, a million Amelia you fucking rock. Like you are wearing on your arm. What everybody else is doing to themselves on a daily basis. And the reason people feel uncomfortable is because you're a reminder that that's really happening, so I get it. I totally get it. I have a scar down my chest and I could see people looking at it and it's like, I almost want them to ask me because otherwise you just staring and just uncomfortable dumbest way to kill yourself. That would be the most rock and roll away to try to kill yourself. Holy shit..

Keith Twitter Amelia Kenton Andrew Andrea