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Keys to Better Product Marketing

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

04:38 min | 6 months ago

Keys to Better Product Marketing

"Of the things that they you thought. You had some great insights. And i think this is really interesting because it is a challenge especially the bigger the organization is is once you've got you know changes in messaging strategy for a product. How do you get that. Messaging implemented throughout the whole funnel. You know like. It's easy to change the website But how does how do you get that way. Down to the sales team so one of the interesting things about product marketing. And if you ask. People who've been around product mark does and you say what this marketing do right. One of the first things that comes out of people smile seems like djing positioning and this is great and one of the key areas of weakness. Say in a lot of product is out there and myself included. Because i've made a mistake many times early. My career is creating messaging positioning. That is not used by the rest of the company so if no one uses it like did you actually do anything. one of those things right And happens because in many cases We might be just isolated from what is happening outside of the company and what is happening our own departments so we create is great messaging and positioning gopher zach size when he writes something and we have the document right and we share the document and we hope that people are going to read the document. And they're gonna own. I love and i'm gonna apply i'm gonna use it right away. That's actually not the reality like no one wants to read your documents. Say yes. i'm going to do that. So the art to product. Marketing is not coming up with messaging and positioning. That is is the best ever. But he's actually helping your entire company adopt the right messaging and positioning right so as a product marketer you gotta work with such as your sales counterparts. You've got to work with people and support. You gotta work with people in the marketing team. And you got to work with the ceos engineers. Everyone is working around the same message. the the the fundamentals. Daniel start seeing The reaction where people started adopting that the bass rolled out a revamped messaging and positioning the been far off. They actually started from the top with the ceo was always talking about that new direction or the story or how positioning it and once you have the seals executives talking about it and once you have that right that everyone is okay. This is for real. Yes that's why we have this on the website right. So that's one of the elements of having like that top down approach. Now there's a corollary to that which is if the message does not work when you're in front of a customer right. It doesn't matter what the ceo says right is not gonna work. So that's why you gotta work both ways. There's a top down and bottom of approach and For people who are trying to go through this process day. I'd say the best starting point for creating the messaging is actually trying that yourself with a customer so it could be customer devise reports it could be What enough to do is just like sitting down with sales reps and going on sales calls and trying to message out yourself right and is almost like looking at it from a product launch perspective. You gotta do like an early access program or a beta program. Whatever you're calling it you're gonna try message tests it out. See how that works. And you're gonna find out at some things are good. Some things are not good comeback. And dan when you're having those conversations with the co with the ceos you can talk to them and say well. I've sat through like fifteen fifty sales skulls and this is what happened rallies. Now just like well. Why does this resonate. Why do we think this is great. Is it has. It actually has lex right so it's really putting together like that. The process your mind and it can be a daunting at first especially if you're in a large organization but that's where you start recruiting people to help you to do that. And the best folks were that alexei navalny so if you have a good partnership is sales enablement team. They can also help you on. What are the best ways for us. Festus message to pair up with the sales engineers as the sales reps and get the message. Tested few fasted. And then you go back and you started rolling that out from the top down.

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"djing" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

Building Business Resilience

03:30 min | 7 months ago

"djing" Discussed on Building Business Resilience

"I can tell you that. But yeah that eventually. But we're talking and january Stressful time. Because i wouldn't compensation you know understandably they want compensation but it will go a bit muddy and financially. It just went pash big time just huge amount of stress. Yeah very low. My career mercury of alums are and the hunt for go. Buy them spend much time on that. i mean yeah recently i'd say you know become a that. That was a big thing. Let's see that was a year long process So now get a fixation. Announced become the first and only be called google premier partners. You know something. We really cherish And actually it'd be nice when another one does come along which we then just be the fast but you know being couching but i guess i guess it's my cycling achievements because that that did go hand in hand somewhat with the way. I sort of driven the business foods. I was doing so much training. Bob is still spending time on the business And having a focus essentially the stuff in japan was Raising awareness full organization. Colds barry sultan projects. Now years ago actually remember love film. Yes love film was one of those things where you get the brochure through you. Take the film. She wanted to watch. They would never send you the films you wanted to watch. They'd send you this usually lead to crap that you'd never watch anyway but anyway one month i said this why seemed as a film called the codes of ethics nice underwater diving thing action adventure transpired. It wasn't a documentary about What goes on in japan and this particular place called g where they hung dolphins It's it's pretty barrick what they do and they used to slaughter them on the beach. Games of the industry is actually. They're not so much for the meat but for the captivity side And that really opened my mind up to you. Know animal captivity a ethical standards and sat with me for a long time. I ended up doing a couple of sausage one in canada. Raising twenty five grand fa a charities. They aren t I wanted to do something for dolphin project. So i ended up cycling two and a half thousand miles on my around japan Carrying will kit lot. Huge climbs went through thailand typhoon at a couple of crashes You know all sorts of stuff went wrong and mentally. Just took me to some really dot places because i was ending up in trying to find hotels and stuff to stay in at ten o'clock at night because you've been on the road for fourteen hours Stove and hungrier. Lost lives wife went during what's known to silver week in japan now. Silver week is a doesn't happen very often but essentially when all these these holidays accumulate until one week back to back and it's today with The elderly a silver. And every hotel's talk and i ended up having to go to these radi men in place enough. You've done one hundred twenty miles on the bike to then have to cycle even another fifteen twenty up amounts into get to some shack just for Spend the night. Three hundred quaid's Is horrible prospect. I ended up going to tie and being cove monitor now..

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Covid-19 Causes a Seismic Quiet Like No Other

PRI's The World

03:23 min | 11 months ago

Covid-19 Causes a Seismic Quiet Like No Other

"Life has been quieter lately hectic at home. Maybe but you've probably noticed less traffic fewer planes, flying overhead new research published today shows it's not just quieter above ground. Coronavirus lockdown also meant a quieting of seismic noise below ground. The world's Caroline Bieler explains when you think seismic waves, you probably think earthquakes. The tremors caused by tectonic plates, scraping against each other and releasing energy in waves through the Earth's crust, but on a much smaller scale we humans make seismic waves to. From traffic. Lane landing and taking off even lots of US gathering in a stadium. Just have a word for this one. They're called football. Quake's anyway. We mostly stopped leaving home this winter and spring a lot of that seismic noise. It stopped. What we discovered is as lockdown measured. Swear taking place in different countries around the world. That was very clear. Significant decrease seismic knows that's Raphael the plan. A researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico research he co authored was published in the journal Science today, and shows manmade seismic noise dropping up to half globally this spring, so that was very interesting, because it was offering us a very concrete observation of decided of people were staying home as a way to protect the job it. It also presented an opportunity for science. Usually, lots of seismic noise makes it harder for researchers to detect small earthquakes. One of the plans co-authors compared it to trying to hear your phone ring at a rock concert this spring. The background volume got turned down. We each and focus on the natural signals. Trying to detect very small is derived, couldn't be absorbed before with last mount of filtering and processing more like hearing that phone ring in a library deploy, says identifying these earthquakes when it's quiet. Quiet is going to make it easier for scientists to find them again. When all that background noise comes back, scientists across the globe have been making local observations sometimes with small seismometers in their basements since lockdown started McGill University geophysicist Yang. Djing says this study brings those observations together to paint a global picture. She wasn't involved with the research. I think this is so far. The most comprehensive Stati on the global scale I'm very impressed by the scope of the study. It's part of a relatively. Relatively new sub field called social seismology, which finds connections between seismic activity and things like economic growth. This is sort of new direction that part of says Molly, branching into so I think there is a lot of contribution that's as you might be able to make in addition to just looking at the earthquake shaking records in this case, seismologists see the vibrations were making or not, as a gauge of how faithfully we're following doctor's orders to stay close to home for the world. I'm caroline dealer.

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Keeping Healthcare Simple for People

Outcomes Rocket

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Keeping Healthcare Simple for People

"Welcome back to the podcast today. Have the privilege of. Even these Andino, she is an Afro Latino Health Equity innovator born and raised in the Bronx and the founder and CEO of radical health at least enjoyed a fledgling career in health tech pioneering, some of its first digital health solutions, including bringing the first mobile APP prescribing platform to the market and working with global clients, such as the N., H. S. in London and Kaiser Permanente while she routinely trained oncologist on new drugs. She found herself unprepared when her mother was diagnosed with cancer this I heard directly and intimately confront the systemic healthcare despair she knew existed in founding radical health. The first Latina owned and operated benefit Corp in New York City. She has sought to combine her expertise in healthcare and her passion as a community organizer, coming from an historically marginalized community herself. It was important for valise to initially build radical health by bringing together her neighbors around her kitchen table and hearing firsthand from voices, including undocumented women of color, elderly young people and the Lgbtq community who are. Figuratively, and literally never given a seat at the table to have a say in their own healthcare destiny through radical help you've is committed to the task of transforming healthcare by facilitating health literacy and self advocacy as well as or Djing a relationship between meaningful to face conversations with cutting edge technology, so you know the teams of access and making health care equality. Equality is something that continues to come up. We touch on topics like social determinants of health and I think we're GONNA be at a cross section of a lot of these hot topics today with the release, and so with that I want to give her a warm welcome, so glad you're here. Thank you so much for having me it really the pleasure so. What did I leave out of your intro that you wanNA share with the listeners I think the important pieces that we could add to. That is that I'm. reported circle train so I use indigenous practice to convene and hold workshops and sessions, but really go back into practices that have been used over and over again, and we get to incorporate that into our work and I recently in two thousand eighteen with nominated as a roddenberry fellow for the work that we're doing with radical health. Congratulations on that that's pretty pretty impressive. And you know you gotta do things differently to get results, and so you know your story obviously highlights why you're so passionate about what you do, but what is it that got you into healthcare to begin with? The story is anyone ever grown up with very little. The number one objective and for me was I wanted to get out of the hood I wanted to make a lot of money I wanted a fancy apartment. All the things that we see on television and that was that was my number one goal and the way to do that. was I was GonNa Dancer, and so I'm going to help people but I also make sure that I had some. Truth behind that was that didn't really really work out for me, and that wasn't really the path that I was going to go on, but I still ended up in healthcare and ended up looking at help from different perspectives and getting to do that getting kind of the inner belly of the beast in my work with Pharma through my work in health, tack and so I. Guess I guess ultimately trying to what led me here today. That's awesome. You know what that grit that very strong desire to get out of the hood and just get a better life I mean. Hey, I grew up with not much either elise. Definitely been a motivating force in my life and everything that I do so I totally appreciate that. So now that you've been the business for quite some time, and and doing your own thing now. What's that hot topic that you want us to focus on today for leaders listening? The important thing and I I am shouting from the rooftops at every opportunity. That I get. We talk a lot about innovation. We're talking a lot about transforming how using all the new things but what we're really missing is like equity and equity in help and to day and America folks that are the most disproportionately affected are black and Brown people. People with disabilities are better in and. Help like right. Yeah! Health, as as we know, it is not equal, and we have people who are dying disproportionate rate where I live in the South Bronx our community number. I'm average. Five years sooner than our neighbors were less than a mile away on the upper east side, and this is happening across the country. Where are the code and the structures where we live are really impacting our ability, our our life, and how we live and I think that really needs to be at the top of all of these conversations in top of health. It's not enough. Enough to provide you know quality care or provide an invasion be talking about who is not being acknowledging who are the most impacted by what we're doing our work and what we're creating

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Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Resist China’s Grip

NPR News Now

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas as Protesters Resist China’s Grip

"Hong Kong's protests are back to retail districts a ruptured and demonstrations today after China's government announced. It would introduce an anti sedition law in the territory Anna Marie Evans. Reports police used water. Cannon and teargas as hundreds of demonstrators set fires and smashed traffic lights in a fast moving protest in the district of one giant Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island. Protesters chanted slogans such as stand with Hong Kong liberate Hong Kong and Revolution of our times and prominent activists. Tom Touchy was arrested for what police said was an unauthorized assembly last year. Hong Kong had six months of civil unrest due to a controversial extradition bill that was announced and then withdrawn by the government while the city has remained calm during the covid. Nineteen outbreak Friday's announcement. By djing of an anti sedition and anti-terrorism law is likely to result in summer of protests and violence

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Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.

"A CHINESE MAN. Who was stolen from his family as a toddler has been reunited with his parents after thirty two years. Mao. Yan was snatched in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he was walking home from nursery with his father aged. Just two and a half. He's parents finally embraced him again on Monday afternoon. In the western city of Chia where he was born after vanished. He's mother Li Jing Z. Quit her job and launched a decades long search for her son that included sending out more than one hundred thousand flies and appearing on numerous television shows after more than three decades tip off in late April finally led to that long awaited reunion. Police received information about a boy from Sheehan who had been sold to a family. Just over three hundred and seventy miles away for six thousand yen. State media reported authorities utilized facial recognition technology to help with the search using toddler photos to create a possible photofit of the adult now and comparing the image to ones in a national database. Dna tests confirmed Malian's identity and on the tenth of May Mother's Day in China. Police told Li that her son had been found. This is the best gift I have ever got. On Mother's Day. She was quoted as saying officials arranged the reunion for just a week later in front of a sizeable crowd and ranks of television cameras. Mao who've been waiting in a side room ran towards his mother when the door was opened. The family embraced all weeping and mouse father. Maoz djing gently kissed his sons forehead. He had lost seen his son when the toddler asked for water and they stopped at the entrance of a hotel to get some renamed. Goon Ning Mao had been brought up in the city of Mianyang in neighbouring Sichuan Province. Without any idea he was the target of a decades long high-profile surge. Child kidnapping has been a problem in China for decades. Some of the miners snatched from their parents have been directly exploited by adult criminals and coerced into begging pickpocketing forced labour all the sex trade others have fed a market for DOPP. Dis both among Chinese couples. Who want to son and from ages seeking the lodge donations that foreign adoptive parents are obliged to make abductors have included family. Planning authorities who under China's one child policy had powers to seize children from parents who exceeded their quotas.

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What else? Corona!

IGeNIGHT Podcast

07:56 min | 1 year ago

What else? Corona!

"Hey guys hey. This is quarantined. Special saw Corentin special party. He knows how many parts there will be a while they too will watch this. Show this to exactly just to see. This is just this season but the but no is coming off as much as I would say. Let's talk about. The rebels is reality and we have still colliding with this bad ass disease right now but it will pass. I just got a couple of calls just working from home and it's interesting because I talked to different people role globally so I get to talk to people from all different countries and so sometimes. I'm I'm just surprised sometimes about where people are at and this affects people differently like we all know but I just got off talking to a friend a colleague in Germany and man. Oh I was like we were meant to talk about something. We literally spent forty minutes just like having a session on just we can do it. You're okay how are you near Lezo? Stay strong friend you know. And it's like what if it is adjustment thing you say funny like sometimes you can from hiring more you think. Oh yeah cool. Welcome him APPEA- days but at least we know going back to work the next day or the next week that this feels a bit uncertain. Because it's like we would hold I four weeks and now it's more let me going to be twelve last. I think it's about adjustment of what I have to pick up my workplace. Actually because they are competing fixable. They know that people have children or other responsibilities. They know that this is a huge adjustment and people on some people aren't suited to working from home so they are retry it as much as possible to be flexible and because we are all the organization they have reverted funds to support people who live in college. Who are freelancers? Pay Their rent. Who you know what I mean so this to me. It feels like even this is really crap was going on. We tried to pull together to make people's experiences of this at least a bit better. Yeah that that makes me feel good. I think for me. It's just. It's kind of the ways that people things that people are afraid of that. I'm being very aware of and so for some people you know. They're afraid for their families. And so if you've got relatives in countries and so he's he's really touch me because you know he has a mom in Brazil and he's like you know the most the most hard done by people in those cultures in those countries. What what is it what? What about them when they can't get access to health care they can't give up a festive ones on the on the list when it comes to resources because they don't have the money and to book you talked about this last time the private health insurance and when it comes to work. I feel like the him. He's real kind of pain was coming from the uncertainty around work where the company's losing projects. I just talked to Marissa This afternoon as well and should she works for a Hedge Hedge Fund but I can investment bank That sponsors and she was talking to your best year mercer and she was just sharing how this company that specialize in Holidays High Holidays and they and they're like you know borrowed forty million to start their company or something crazy like that and they're projected earnings and revenue for this next month zero and so it's just alert these ways that people are just feeling fearful so job security is really a big one and he was just sharing their with great with you live in a country where yoga get unemployment. Belfair all you can kind of do this and that the government willing to do this but there are places where it's like often we ain't got nothing for you usual job. Good luck to you. So I was really found his pain so he's worried about his wishes USA heaviness to him about worried about so. I'm just trying to encourage him. And just you know just got my little car. Djing words of wisdom up there on a mile my back the back of me so when people see video just like you know just trying to put a few words out there and just keep encouraging. Yeah you know people that you've seen as really strong and you interact with them on a daily basis and they're like to see them so bun rable at this. Time is really humbling. I think it's humbling for them. People that I just was always like. Oh this is about us. But it's like they are afraid fearful and depressed and not necessary. Made the mostly weak enough. But you just see inside of you. I think this is the fact that this is also unprecedented. Like nobody knows how what when? And so you're right and then you start to realize the things that you rely on and I think that's what's really showing me when I'm not traffic on. Having compensate the panic the the most panic that the kind of conversations I'm having with people is all centered around yet security jobs e micro a lot of people who have very much safer kind of freelance space and very much kind of kind of doing what. I want to do creatively. All of a sudden they're like oh my gosh like really scary and I don't have security. How pay my rent and and and you know and people and I feel really privileged. Actually that I have a job that that is going to stand the test of time. Coding and it will still be there the end of this but even still like I ain't concerned because it gets the point where all of a sudden as well people are thinking. Okay what's the party's what are the core things that needs to focus on? What are the core moments core principles? There's a lot of the kind of added value rose in a business that was all of a sudden seem to feel like not like not important anymore. And so you can really get into like my my job boy. Am I gonNa Again? Same same shots. What was in? I'm big on my company like they've actually been so resilient and how they responded. I think they've been very good at kind of just know that you know we get. This is the day by day thing. This is not a this is what's happening. This week is literally day by day. They're kind of really opened the communication it has to be. I think you know. If I'm honest view might be disappointment. Has Been actually from the government. Not so much from workplaces. I think our work's been great. I think the government being so unsure and so I said the government Boris Johnson. Just not being clear in what he says like a delivery guys. I think you have. The trump does every day like a certain time he has his compasses which again are a shambles. I'm not even GONNA get too much into trying to bring too much negatively into this moment because I think everyone is in that space of worries what will stay there. But I do think that they they could do better with just reassuring people because I think that where there is so much uncertainty. You really do need leadership to lead. And they're just no. I'm just under sweeney disappointed so actually I found solace in looking at my community to lead an. I'm seeing great leaders papa elsewhere in terms of inspectors that. I wouldn't necessarily be looking for them. I E actually checking them of friends who are like how mental health care in this time. What are you doing to kind of? Stay Sane in these moments so small things that check in. Jovan everybody even APP site house. He couldn't if you guys have seen the housefly which is really cool. The instagram live moments. All suffer usually. I would not be my back like it's not my thing but it's actually been somewhere. I found a lot of kind of support salacious when people come and mega positively and like this fun through this also sharing some facts which is held. 'cause I'm really checking on friends and people. I know that else regardless of age that just because it can be quite isolating of course so thankful that MOMS in America view one and your family but yeah so a lot of my friends single or they or they could be partners but then if by themselves and yeah just checking it on them because people are. Social Butterfly is will they? You know they better if you're an extrovert shiver and you get your energy from people. That's really

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Top Five Mark Wahlberg Movies: Say Hi to Your Mother for Us | The Big Picture

The Big Picture

15:27 min | 1 year ago

Top Five Mark Wahlberg Movies: Say Hi to Your Mother for Us | The Big Picture

"Unfortunately this Shithole has more fucking leaks in the Iraqi navy. Fuck Yourself. I'm tired from fucking your wife. How's your mother good? She's tired from fucking my father. You have a job Tom. I'm a firefighter. Oh God bless you a hero. I'm not hero. We'd all be here. We could use the petroleum. No excuse me Christmas. Utah a lot of fucking money. What did you do? I mean if you take away nothing else for my class from this experience let it be this. If you're not a genius don't bother right. The world needs plenty of electricity and a lot of them are happy and they can help. It really can't be that we can always do. Better let me keep trying. If you guys keep trying I'm shawn fantasy and this is the big picture. A conversation show about Mark Wahlberg. This episode may break the all time record for big picture dissonance later in the show. I have an interview with Kelly. Reichardt the writer and director behind independent film classics. Like old joy. Meek's cutoff in the new film. First cow which might be the best movie of Two Thousand Twenty so far. I hope you'll stick around for that but I were joined by the frog. Sheriff Chris Ryan. I heard that Mark. Wahlberg actually dropped out of first cow. He was gonNA play the cow Alao. But you're already doing animal. Humor here on driver too is calling. Chris. You're here because you're a fan of Mark Wahlberg work. He's The star of a new movie. That is hitting Netflix. This Friday called Spencer confidential. I think gets his fifth film with Peterberg. The actor turned director of such films as lone survivor and deepwater horizon. This is a very strange movie but I think it's going to be a a very watched movie because the corona virus is scaring America into staying inside their house. And so I think that there's a potential for a lot of viewership of this movie. So we're talking about Mark Wahlberg one of the most resilient and persistent movie stars. I guess of the past twenty five years so let's just start with WHO is Mark Wahlberg. How did this happen? That Mark Wahlberg became one of the signature figures of movies in the twenty first century. I would not say I'm a fan of Mark Wahlberg as like I'm a I'm agnostic as a citizen. Yeah I would say that. I am very interested in the way that he has conducted his career. Which is kind of a weird throwback to a studio systems our he makes three to four movies every eighteen months somehow and just releases them at like a hugely prolific rate at. I'm fascinated by all the little pockets of his career that he has created where he repeats. You know he goes back to these little micro genres that he and he works a lot of people over and over again by the way he kind of has conducted his career to me is almost unique among Hollywood movie stars anymore. I mean most of the time when people achieve a certain level success. They just like see in three years for my next blockbuster or award fodder and he's just like nope. I'm grinding out. Family movie violent action film and then every once in a while Raunchy comedy and it's just like pretty pretty like unique among all Hollywood stars so I'm fascinated. What do you make them Amanda? I was fascinated when going back to you. Remember how many great directors he's worked with and how many actually excellent movies he's been in. Chris was asking me how much we watching I had to do for this podcast and the answer is a lot. Because I wouldn't say that Mark Wahlberg stays with me besides certain shots that will certainly be discussed on this podcast but he especially I guess in the first decade of this century just goes on a tremendous run. I really from Boogie nights on and works with a does a lot of really great movies and then kind of decides to just become like the Peterberg comedy guy in the second decade of the century. And I it's a really interesting shift. He just Kinda decides no. I'm going to do this now. And it's very fascinating to me I can't really make sense of. I also is Christmas talking about his efficiency. Just pulled up his daily schedule. Do you guys remember the days? Will he wakes up. Like four o'clock in the morning posted this on his own instagram typical daily scheduled to thirty. Am Wake Up. What don't you forty five prayer time. Three fifteen am breakfast. There's a lot of work work. He's golfing from seven thirty to eight. Which is the golf people? And there's a chamber recovery at nine thirty that takes more time than golf workout number two lunches and our so our meeting slash work calls also an hour and he goes to bed at seven thirty PM and which in Los Angeles for. I'd say six at least six months of the year. That is still broad daylight. Yeah Yeah Su. There is real efficiency baked into this. He's clearly very deliberate guy. He's making choices. And I think that pertains to his daily life and also his his career. There is clearly thought going into this. It's not a type of thought. I can access. I still don't know why you would wake up at two thirty and I don't know why you would do like five deep water horizons. There's a rumor that he has a routine. I think you. I'm speculating here. But I think he's a member of Wilshire Country Club here in Los Angeles. My husband told me this last night and he likes to play alone. He likes to play. And that's why he's playing so early in the morning and he's trying to get in like a quick nine or quick eighteen. I don't know five days a week which I'm who among? Us would love to do that if I could wake up before five. Am I would do it. I'll tell you I would love to do that. I'll tell you something else I am. I find golf to be social and I get crippled like when I play by myself. I'm like all the neurosis is creeping like. Should I take another shot now like it really playing golf? If you're not playing with anyone can just tell you. He's got three snacks on the schedule. Including one that takes an hour and a half from eight to nine thirty. Am is snack after seven. Thirty to eight am golf. Probably a euphemism. Oh Okay so you think. His sessions are ninety minutes. So you're saying to jump off something. Amanda said You know who? He reminds me of a bizarre way Cruz. Where it's like that run. Where cruises like I'll just work with Barry Levinson Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg and every great director at it seems like I'm just the most important factor in the whole world and then one day he wakes up and says I'M GONNA make action movies for the rest of my life? It's very unlikely though. I mean his origins restraints obviously member of this very well known family. He's from Massachusetts. He starts out as a a rap artist and ultimately becomes a Calvin Klein M. C. An. Mc Yes we watched the vibrations video. Recently I took my top five twenty two. Would you make of good vibrations? And and how did you feel about the funky bunch all these years later? It's just really bizarre that this was a thing that we lived through. Who is the funky bunch? I I still don't know who's in it. Were you in a Chris? Thought it was the backup dancers. I mean yes. That's who they were but like do you know anything about them and where they are now. I was pretty. Yeah I was pretty. I was pretty authentic back then so I was. I was already listening to deep deep newer. Grab I love talking about the early nineties with you. Can we talk about the Calvin Klein ads for a second really really important? You're almost put these on my list. And it's and my honorable mention boxer briefs. Yeah I was still a boxer sky back then that was not interested in the product. Would you just tear the ads out of the magazine? Crumpled them up and throw them in the garbage. I think that the those are the signature moment in his career without the advertising campaign he would not have become weirdly Tom Like sub Tom Cruise but he you know. He soared to a of fame on that ad campaign. They're just extremely important. Ninety s imagery obviously came as also in them. And that's where the whole K. Moss thing starts Them Hating each other. Great early celebrity feud they're very important that's all and also it looks great. I mean he and his image was of basically like a tough guy with a bad attitude whether that was true or not he obviously got into some altercations and his his personal history is pretty complicated. We're not gonNA spend too much time talking about on this show. But I think that he basically leveraged his complicated persona in the public into a movie career and if you look at the first few movies that he makes replays these kind of like weird intimidating Undeveloped YOUNG MEN. You know in the basketball diaries in. Ryen Russillo favorite movie fear And even in boogie nights. There's something like violently adolescent about his his persona which is very different from the kind of actor and movie star that he is right now so a lot of times. I think that we could. You could write like a series of essays about how much actors of his generation have attempted to mimic the kind of like rough and tumble blue collar upbringing. That Walberg apparently had like how how often like DiCaprio Damon or these guys have tried to be like no I'm Jim Carroll and he's just a function Carol I'm the real thing but it's weird like even in his authenticity. If you WANNA call it that he still lacks like any kind of emotional intelligence or psychological depth to portraying those things and you could write all these essays. But you could just watch the departed. Because that's what this does that. Do you need that from an actor? Do you need to feel like this person is like in control and has that depth that Chris was talking about? I think I do ultimately. I think that there is a reason that I gravitate to Matt Damon instead of Wahlberg. And I think that you not just because of the departed and the Boston. Bill will talk about that a lot as a comparison but I like I said I really remember a lot of Walberg performances. Even though he's been given a lot of great ones and I think that's because they have a I don't WanNa say surface level. That's unfair. They're actually a lot of depth but they aren't the emotional depths and I think I personally don't hang onto those. I think I'm always wondering how in command of the Ark of his career. He is because you pointed out he makes he's. I mean he's just been a lot of great movies a lot of movies that are going to stand the test of time and it always seems like he's being cast the way that a lot of young actresses or cast as the. Nayef as the like the naive and innocent who gets corrupted when put into a system and like did someone in a room. Say That to him. This is your lane man will early like you think so. Well I just don't think that he I think he's largely in charge of the movies that he makes. Now he's like. I think that the movies that we see our movies that Mark Wahlberg once made for the most part and my suspicion is the reason he made that transition. Amanda was referencing about just mostly doing action. Comedy movies now is because those movies are more fun and easier to make for him there either like a physical challenge there like a day on the set whereas making boogie nights as hard Russell Smart. Yeah I think that he is both like sinking very strategically as the schedule would suggest and also like not over thinking it i. That's the VIBE. I guess sometime at the end of the day he's going like it very much is what it is. He is a very Surface level or just immediate actor. That's that's what you're getting and so I think he wants. He gets to produce the movies himself and make the decisions. You just kind of like. Yeah action comedies. Got There before we get into our top fives and I think we should figure out what we mean. When we say top five if it's five performances or his top five movies because there's some complexity. There is a very strange celebrity. The the nine eleven thing is you're staring right at. It's just hanging over my head as I think about him as a public person. So in twenty twelve Walberg was quoted in a magazine interview regarding. What would have happened if he had flown aboard American Airlines Flight? Eleven on September eleventh. Two thousand one. He'd been booked on a flight on flight. Eleven but his plans changed the day before the scheduled flight and he cancelled his reservation. Walberg received public criticism for stating quote. If I was on that plane with my kids it wouldn't have went down like it did and there would have been a lot of blood in that first class cabin and then me saying okay. We're going to land somewhere safely. Don't worry Warburg apologized for those statements. But they're actually the sort of thing that kind of inform his public persona and when we watch him in an action movie. We think that he's the kind of guy who's like I would have kicked some ass on nine eleven which I don't know if you like complicates the quality of the films that he makes but I can't get stuff like that. Outta my head once I've read or heard about it and I feel like we've referred back to it even in a joking fashion over the years right. Yeah it is definitely one of the top three things that I think about. When someone says Mark Wahlberg schedule yeah nine eleven yeah and the last night of prosthetic but like you know. I'm human beings. It's the point of the movie full movie as leading to that so yes I agree. It's funny he is both. I think very funny as a comedic actor like entirely humorless and it's that some things he's in on the joke on some things he's just kind of being like no I would have save. I would have stopped nine eleven. Which is just a ridiculous thing to say. And that's the joke of Andy Sandberg's say Heidi Mother for me. Yeah you know portrayal of him is this is like he's kind of total rube but also not. There's something very elusive about. Whatever's going on with an entourage thing it's like. Do you watch entourage because you think it's completely ridiculous or do you watch entourage because you think it's like six awesome representative drama and I dare to say that Mark Wahlberg is like Yup? That's how it went. I you probably think you're right. Insulin entourage Ari comes on and it's really like Whoa but most but he's like that's accurate me. Like Vince is very much living my experience. He's like we should make a show about it. I think. I think that you guys are right. Do you think that this should be five performances or top five movies I choose? I don't know I don't know where I landed. I think I did I tried to be interesting here but I I wouldn't say that any of these performances leap out at me except for my number one and number two as like excellent performances. They're more like movies. I really like was he ever given a truly great performance. Yes I I think. There's one and a half great performances on this movie and it's just a half is the end of boogie nights. No no I. Well that might be the case now. There's another movie I still did performances but I think they are. They are a little bit also an award for the movie knowing how best to use him right. Okay well then let's get into it. Let's go into our top five Mark Wilbur performances slash movies number five Amanda. Why don't you start us off? This goes out to Bill Simmons and apparently to right who I still have never met. Hello Ryan. 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"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Mind. Just effortlessly picks the track track track. You know issue selecting a new chewed the full women start to kind of Garner traction if he was to come out to see you play is suddenly the moment. When you don't have a bit of a selection mind? Look Ah select mix always happened is so frustrating as I love the Craig Craig's said that and again it's something I've always kind of Done and even now I'm at the stage now. Where where? I'm kind of playing at the stage where I'm at one hundred pounds to two hundred pounds bracket of DJ. That I think essentially when I get the goal is to achieve the kind of five hundred pound or fringe farmers Japan build a Dj bit especially week in week out. I think doing every month is probably possible but being able to play somewhere and be trusted to play three times a week three times a month at least minimum will be perfect in terms of making sure all my is covered. And that sense you for me would be the perfect place to build from 'cause then from there you can kind of really honed down a really kind of zone in on your sound there. Hopefully people see you. You get booked maybe to go. It's a festival stuff and that would be that would be experienced. I'd like to kind of having a DJ. And that's why I kind of going from I think the other big festivals superclubs and stopping. That comes later. I think waste time for that to come in by the German of the road. -joyed I'll get from his being able to travel around the world traveling around Europe and be able to play the pharmacy capacity stadium or five capacity. Places this is the base c environment cut to different people and essentially going Kinda. Give them or showcase. My musical range to people are playing as a quarter to say that and I have another Bethany interviewed. I liked his wall. Receiver confined another bit. I liked his will move on. Oh how interesting to me about how to new job and been too. Yep I won't say it's equal festival. He has been an interesting point about how I've gone here. Let me quickly put this on the screen so Steve found it Houten..

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"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

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"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"This is essentially kind of. Why kinda think about when I hear a drum this this this this makes me think recorder this essentially essentially a really good visual tech house? Not the kind of that NASA few here now but this is why I think of when I hear when I think of this son. Do you like early. Nina changes kind of sound. The move so fucking good pick founded his big we EH anyway sort of crave which is loves him as much as as much as anyone a good cool to see that. Let's go to another build interviewed. I really was interested. I will speak about now now. But Papa Papa get off. The street was about to speak about the small gigs. One thousand really cool one. So he's talked about small. Gigs of this quote was really interesting Could find it there we go so this is something I've kind of spoke about beforehand. Quarter see somebody a bit bigger who you know it was a bit more famous say grossly. It gives me a bit more weight so they just. This is a question or one of the questions you have the Boston. So it sounds like you got captive avoidance. It says I'm crazy. What you're says the following one thing has been aware of is the is continuing to play us more gigs? And not outgrowing your gigs. which is what sometimes manages which is an agent? Seemed to suggest you should happen as your career. Grows you outgrow gigs. and has no need for you to do there anymore. I Don a group at all. It's really important that you don't Outgo your gigs. In scale and in terms of your wages if you're going to play a small GIG in eastern Europe or in a smoking in London there's going to be less money involved so if as your fee goes up you choose not to compromise Jaffe for the experience for the nourishment that comes playing gigs. I think you made a mistake really. There's lots Dj's I know without mentioning names who could do playing the ultimate place. It would help them focus a bit. Which one hundred zero agree with? And I think that's something I really respect someone like a scream for I think for as big a screamers and for as much of a legend as for as long as the industry he has still maintained the ability to absolutely destroy a room. mm-hmm of two hundred fifty five hundred fifty people five hundred people a thousand two thousand. Maybe but you can still absolutely ted paint of a tiny pub somewhere to be able to be stunned easily. Because he's played those gigs week in week out. You still doesn't from time to time here and there. I'm pretty sure never big appreciable number digit as quite popular to maybe a microbial. Somebody one of those guys turned up randomly to someone's House Party and absolutely told police the pieces. So I like this idea that some of the bigger deejays are still have the ability to play the smaller gigs. And I think that's why someone like a Solomon Princes who does those legendary a beaver after par is is so good because I think he does so many of those he obviously plays year and year out. Oh he's re representatives in the stadium he's able to play wikileak out by think of seasonably a DJ technically go by the ability to to be able to play off the our parties in Villa's AIRBNB beef for like a hundred people may be less is a difference difference a plane that kind of set the ball right. It's a different kind of ambience. That will kind of bleed into you studying how to come on the festival state which is kind of a hard thing to do so. I think that's something Okinawa been very cognitive of and again I think it is quite unsettled to him. Say that some. Dj's actually get an industry and their agents and managers decided to kind of pop them up into you know it's a strategy game to play the bigger places overseas because for the manager agent they need to dust essentially where they make money right temperature. V comes off the back of the person Play bigger gigs. The problem is the standard but I think for a DJ let myself for most teachers. I get into it I would be more than happy to play at smaller. Hula venues and get paid. Let's say two thousand pound a month to play venues that probably capture probably five hundred. Maybe three hundred and just play them consecutively. Secondly Week in week out get bear my cross and it may be duty owed tore on Europe and play maybe the big five hundred over five hundred capacity venues. I think that is that that is what the that is. What the soul or the hall of why imagine why deemed to be in a trump music culture is about I think the play above that on the ones that are meant to superstars by the echo kind of ecosystem but the the heartbeat of the industry of the scene are those venues are two hundred average capacity? I think outside of that. It's reserved for the kind of you know the list does the big people the ones that always at the top of the ones always combined with a high of. That's fine but I think the problem that we have is that we have a lot of agency manages or sometimes booking promoters who are driving the prices up of the guys I should be only played five hundred capacities down and but but friends. I think though August I get it but there's not enough money gigs to make it worthwhile. That's where I think. A lot of that money that they try to pay the middle title. The kind of the body's play the first band sets should be put more into those deejays at the second band so that you have a bit of a separation so that when does a festival when you go to a big nightclub you go and see the big play for a change right. It's quite cool to see that spring. quit in with a few upcoming but for the most part you go to the bigger the DJ places to go see bigger DJ's. I imagine that I would want for instance I want to turn into the trading On what you to work up to that because that will be you like your Champions League level the World Cup stage. THAT'S THE BIG S. That's the the the final level at the game. That's where it should be and in the smaller clubs. She would have places is what you get your training wolves right you kind of you kind of take them off you kind of get better. You become a local legend your ring because you are the one best tearing it down this little Whole somewhere in the Middle Chris Byrd and then from day congratulate interplay over places but again I think is? I don't know why that doesn't happen too often. Maybe against because those military leaders don't WanNA play in a place for fragile Cueto five hundred pounds. I get that would love to do them. I'll be happy to play four times. I don't know every weekend weekend the Friday Saturday place for a get pay farmers to quit every every time you play and just tear it up like I'd love that that'd be amazing. That'd be the idol things to do you spend the week doc by buying maybe working part time mixing just engrossing himself in military music. Maybe playing first Sunday even maybe Friday and Saturday pay five hundred. quit the to do those sets every week making your rent. I just live in life. I mean w amazed the quote continues. One great thing about playing very big places is the crap is so Boston it becomes minimus. It's just the faces is just a case of concentrating on the mixing and selecting and just getting it right and not make any mistakes and just doing a good job in particular SONA. It's like over ten thousand people. Yeah so now was the one I think for me. That made me That finally made me that the finally say I think the main festivals in that way in that you know there's no festivals like junction to where they essentially indeterminate music festivals. which kind of design a bit different? But I think if it's like an indie festival would bands and represents stuff on stage it's not gonNa work with a DJ it just doesn't work sonically or visually just not the same thing having a guy I just find behind the decks mixing just doesn't work the same way especially after you've just seen the Arctic monkeys completely destroyed for an hour and a half right I. It doesn't work you kind it just you. You're kind of pales in comparison so I think again the money must be so good for the years to play on things I get it but I think if I'm a music fan I wouldn't necessarily go to sonal to go and see a creek which Dj. I'd go to. Pacific is the abandoned. If I happened to bump into Ricardo Craig which is cool as a bonus but I'm not going to take them say continues here so I certainly haven't talked about it so certainly haven't experienced that much but if we take the line and the line lamb on over Johnson didn't which I've been to Frankfurt one of the best clubs I've been to in my life. Amazing sound a cipher nightclub if I wanted one that heavy probably. That size overlooks overlooks the canal. Beautiful Place Beautiful. Recommend you check out as your experience in a sense is is no more complicated. It's just a very different experience. It's more personal career. If you've got a chance to do something different musically some records that you might listen to our home or that are a bit slow delicate bigger room suddenly sound really full import. A smaller smaller root always take the GIG as opportunity to adapt to play different things and it should be done the idea of just hanging out and playing the same thing wherever you go. It really really weird to me. Because it doesn't seem like you're stretching your legs or using a reduction of which I think I've been guilty of doing that myself. Previously now time we'll nowadays for the most part. Every set plays different from the last. I usually don't ever play the same tune anymore. I you'd change the intros change. I'm playing in the middle change implant. The ultra I'm always trying to mix up in play new things just to kind of fresh and make it interesting and general too. I think it's more challenging. I've always I've always said if I ever did disband up which I was. I've always kind of have a plan to end up doing doing stunt coming away forever. They do I will never would be the community would go up on that and just have a pre-written set are always coming down. No murders and do that week in week out. Nothing that's challenging. I will try and make up new bits week in week out and kind of time to myself stages to kind of be a bit more fresh and kind of bring a new perspective on there and also it kind of gives me a bad gauge of what I'm good at the thing on do not kill say or you know what works in particular crowd. It doesn't necessarily Canoga. Dj Right there's no way of gauging a good and by the ability to play a different set everywhere you play. Everett's generally go good or go quite well. People typically receptions of cutting back again. I think that's more indication of your maybe embarrass a DJ as opposed to just playing the same stage. It can be. It can be appealing. I don't think anyone understand that your the feeling of fright or dread comes in your heart studied get addicts and the song is kind of. It's kind of winding down to maybe the last minute or so. He doesn't want to play Nix. That dreads. It's frightening night knowing what to play when you go like a crowd in front of you and always says it happened when it's a busy night winter quiet night. It doesn't use your.

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"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"It meant you need to have a a shakeup of it be an interesting topic interesting interview with going store. I think maybe I saw Bryan was a bit put off by this. I think if if you're an influence who sat next to her you might think bevere front. She associates saying that you're not interesting people and she was a bit bored by their presence up. I don't see I I think the influence of if your Bryant born you're still posing inexpensive garments. Now you'll really by that life like you're still if if if you're prime point you're still doing the whole fashion fashion week thing and getting ahead caught wearing expensive clothes and spending your money on a really nice raw Jackie Weber may be. Then you'll really about this life and you deserve to be where you are but also think if you Gary Store and you decided you know what to do all of that. After being the at the apex of the influence of mountain now to decide to do your thing you know somewhere else and outside of the fashion week schedule and working with brands having your own studio running earlier crash associate brand has to you both seen different size of the industry. You've both been in it it for long enough to decide what you want from it. brembos happy to pose around and close and be flown out to exotic places and stuff from Rhode play. Do Your thing but also surfing is cool to see someone like step say freshman week isn't always cracked up to be look I've done I've also been able and I see both sides. Phoenix also appreciated for the kids. Sometimes it can. It'd be hard to take that message of like. Oh you don't need industry from a guy like me that's not involved right. It could just saw like a bill Jeremy but if someone against his bid to the epochs of the mountain you're are we going to take more notes. If you say it definitely check out the article I think is really interesting really really insightful and really lunatic into you know how difficult it must be to being influenced salutes Jeremy. Six Times a year to fly to New York Milan Paris. Like the stuff that you do regionally or you're doing your own country they'd be like freeze freeze off and stuff like about me as amazing amazing amazing amazing stamina as much star in it some sort of health food. Some kind of them supplement company aimed specifically at influences especially during the whole Fashion Week or Yeah General Fashion We. He cut the schedule right. That'd be funny menu. We want moving on moving on moving on end up but but but Caparros we have here. Oh pray for French Montana but I think he's out now also. I think this is old news by Protons Fund the out of hospital which is good to hear He went for some kind of health scare. We don't really know what it's about I think the reason I put it on here. It was just because I think there are there is still there is still somebody said for being a star player or celebrity or public figure. Because I think there is still the ability for you to a Uh for you to go through you to kind of guided narrative on your story surrounding yourself like if you if you go good publicist day can dictate what what news gets out. What News doesn't get out so the fact that we don't have as much information that we've probably would've liked if you're a freshman tunnel condition after he also goes to speak to the level celebrity Pity offense one timer is. He's at that Ace star level. where he's able to kind of have a team around the same kind of rumors? Make sure story doesn't get out and just essentially kind of keep mum about it because if if you've ever been a TMZ you know that those guys are able to get a hold of you know people's mugshots the same day. They get locked up. You know people are able to get report so exactly what condition of. Somebody's somebody's got a priest. Reports sometimes even nine eleven phone calls just insane business based there but to get really quickly so the fact that no one knows happening French Montana APP is a good thing it also goes to show that he has a really tighten around him wherever he's going Feroza figures maybe a consequence of him being a bit more pibe where I think I've kind of recently the last couple of weeks I've been out a few times I've had four. They hang up especially after the whole tricks. Paul Yeah Mix Guy. Who's I spoke about? You have a cost. I'm still recovering still recovering from that out and again that goes to show that you know. Sometimes I was a real big detractor when it came to h fan really annoyed me. People say I'm too old. I'm getting older Getting old but I think the level of the level of training are due. Essentially I workout five times a week. Minimum with the level of dicing seeing in kind of the kind of attention paid springs. I E I kinda intermittent fasting for the most part by the week. It's no it's no surprise when I try and party when I try and go out as hard as I did in the past. It doesn't work because I do too much outside of work or lot side of my nine to five to allow me to kind of really part. It Goes Ha's I wanted just too much. I would have to kind of give up working out and doing exercise and uploading a podcast at least three times a week in order to do that well and I think if you're French Montana probably is even worse because you're traveling all the time you know being those high altitudes and being ample Samat traumatic. You're traveling on a private jet. You know your immune system is going to be affected you great to be ill coffin especially touching feeling different people when you go out and stuff you know KSM listen baby shaken hands Also the fact that you're essentially going to be drinking for free in a loft places right. You may be easy for free. Some places to use. Actually going to be pampered right as celebrity. You every wish and and demand of yours will be met people of enablers for the most part so it's a very procures place to be for somebody that has unlimited resources to have people around. You also wants to make sure that you are good and you having a good time because their wage or salary depends depends on it so he's bitten Lewis tuition but again. I asked him if he kind of similar age. Reverend Martin Savage as I not saying bank Bilas bomb show with the same agent double check his French Montana. H How old is he. He's five so yes symbol of age. He's a couple of years older than me but still praise for French Montana. Hope he gets well. I think he's out ICU. Now ready at the moment but this article from a couple of days ago. It says Edward Rapper prints with time is six days intensive care unit due to a cardiac issues and nausea according to confirmed reports the fabulous America native post as if he didn't twitter yesterday showing him Hook Montas in Nelson. So bad megacities showed up to give support bedside during yesterday's help station which is making a great person. uh-huh so much fun to be around the hang. I didn't have a drink. Wouldn't ride a boat weird video which which is really nice because I can imagine French Montana being surrounded by millions of people hanging onto like suddenly be lots hospital bed and not have any contact. Anybody must be a little bit Jamie all the money in the world and you knew better you realize wow I really on my out here and you are really so to have somebody that can make you know some preachers. He's busy ARATU right to kind of you know ROCK UP ON ANNOUNCE POPULAR. See if he's okay. That's super cool man. So Yeah Dogs who continues to say Montanaro name is Kareem. Whatever was amid or patrol and I they are experiencing severe stomach pains nausea and an increased heart rate interest? In Aca I guess is that like a byproduct of Hakka mission. Should that you'd get stomach ache as well and I'm the manager would make sense by a stomach ache matter the body works and I guess because I know what they say when you get a heart attack your arm mm-hmm is shaking or something. You have something happen as you get a heart attack so yeah praise up for him. Hopefully he's okay It might be an ultra issue. Because I'm sure that Luke Kit for Horton's right the son of the guy that founded multi-diverse in pink Taco founder and found it was basically he had a cardiac arrest. So what happens sometimes. Just you just unfortunate who knows regard so hopefully he gets better. Hopefully we see purple turnaround for years to come the Emma distressing story but again it was a show but you just you can't be a part way away forever. I thought to myself I can finish pain. I know what it is to be sometimes realized you maybe not the your peak performance when it comes to partying any more time you have to kind of beat a boring guy. That's a couple of drinks and goes home before the night goes on the format of the night bus stop and I mean madness next one on list idea. We have Craig which is the view which is a really good one craig. Richards a resident of fabric and just an overall legend in the London. DJ EJ Walden worldwide. went through did a DJ adviser probably easily. Maybe one of my favorite interview series out there of of Sleeping Byron our DJ myself I like to kind of read up and serve you watch digest from years gone by listen to mixes to to stop. The most important thing is we didn't these somebody's icons back in the day. And you know you can go through the entire archive of Ra. Kinda read up Moody individual the Pastas and it's always a good insight into to how they manage collect or picking and collecting tunes and how they approach the DJ sets us on industry and just over just amazing stuff. And I've got some interview hit. I think were really of interest me. I'm going to pick out here for you guys. Let me quickly. Just get this up on the before. Put this on their games back. Then there one embiid I really was craving just really glowingly about Manfred alleged Ricardo Villalobos. Who I discovered? I think because a friend put me onto him Danny. I'm pretty sure from Portland Him. So a friend kind of put me onto a logos. And since then I've been to. I've been that found a way. That's kind of always Checking Youtube for recently uploaded videos or recover was playing some waves or whatever. Maybe and Afr- might discovered Rodney Marsh Zip and he's kind of a dude. So he has been my of injection to a whole bevy of autism but Ricardo. Just come to my my imagination machination. Just because I think when I first got into Dj. It kind of felt a bit robotic. When I go into a kind of fellows if people followed or a little bit stale did we have a personality to them? And what did you see the lowest play behind the decks. You'd finally get see. Oh okay you see that people can people are deejay Harvey Dj a hell. Ron Trent you finally get to see that they are personalities. Involved in a musical dance. Techno every may be right there are personalities Communist Music Music really unique characters quote unquote. Dj rockstars the most pie in kind of cringe. Edm Way would fire pyrotechnic just in the way they themselves the way they put records down the way they mix their competence. That charisma. Just amazing. People and Ricardo's one of them and we crave as much as anyone because he's played back the back of him several times extended sometimes fabric. And it's what you said about Ricardo and this interview interview oxygen the following. Do you remember the first time you saw Ricardo Plate and Craig Richardson's Yes. He's a very different character. He's an incredible DJ somebody. I'm very happy to call a friend. where the seventh generation we have similar record so it's very easy for us to play together in the character personality? He's a unique force in a way he plays records in the right situation at the right moment. He's unmatchable I think impossible to fathom the way he puts together never incredibly impressive thing about him is the amount of of music..

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"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"djing" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"A little bit glowing today press upon a bit more baby oil this morning because I felt I felt that cute? It's it's Friday morning. Why not whilst you'll get prepared to get wasted later on this Friday I decide suppose Cute when I'm away to work and then when I come back I WANNA throw poison. Welke glamour face. I haven't drank any bear. The Messenger stuff anyway. Hope he has a well. I'm feeling good. I'm feeling fine. You know me just. It is having a good time while what what's been going on this week. Not much in it not much being done this week. It was a bit of a slow week. I think maybe this is the time to change and people are winding winding down a bit. Especially where I work you know in the kind of marketing sector for the most part in in most of the time startups as well. Most of the time startups tend to have people that work in the company. You know twenty four seven seven days a week. It's on the front of their mind. Because biologically startup companies. They want to work for inherited very interested in. Or if you think about tech so don't mind giving all to work so that when it comes to demands of October September onwards what's those workaholics tend to kind of tend to tend to kind of put the take off the peddle a little bit and have a little. Beverly enforce break break. Because you know they've been working hard all year round but if someone like me who kind of depends on that kind of day in day out Hustle to kind of keep me motivated because the most part yes you don't I wanna be there right. You want to be doing this seven days a week I'm professionally and be able to pair and that way it Kinda gets a bit Tyson minute because you know it's just enough to do like because everyone's essentially switching off most of the people that I work with are older so they don't tend to live in trendy policies London. I mean of London General. They tend to live just aside of the of the London. Bubble say travel into work. So usually they're the ones ox More more of more likely going to leave the office earlier or take a break sooner so they're winding down there trying to look to have anything on their place. You don't have to have the laptop around the dinner table because that's the most I'd imagine if you have a partner that's a workaholic. And then and you know fair enough you give them the year to be quote unquote year. You get them. Eight months of the year to be away from their homes. Look after the kids too often wherever may be but then you know for them to turn up at Christmas dinner offense giving the no ever may be an ensue have their laptop mobile phone wartime emailing back. Colleagues you'll be furious so furious you might actually just fling a plate from across the table. Ed The split their head while open. And when your children ask you mommy why did you do that. You look at your husband and say he knows why I mean honestly honestly is the madness. I don't really bay them in that respect and sometimes you have to keep the peace home Buffa me personally and selfishly as annointment is nothing to do. Honestly nothing to tim so bored just sitting. Were trying to get things done and nothing's happening. Nothing's moving because no one was doing because no one wants to add an extra Tosca to play in order to kind of do other things so I'd get him when I get it but you know again like I said for me. I wish it was around. But what can you do anyway. Let's move one that got lost office. Run through lows of staff knows the street. Where News of avenues to talk about in the usual mix of things? If you're listening to podcasts up any lights you know what I'm talking about. Libya Faisal Review Dhabi. Great if you watch a Youtube Cube WanNa smash that light button. Kick subscribe seeking come back another time. So let's talk about cyber truck just another soliloquy about about the cyber truck. I know everyone's been flooding YouTube channel. Do the cyber truck news but I think the sometimes on Youtube they can be a tendency to kind of You know hype things and to kind of get fat boy. Everything's GonNa be making sense. Also that people that can be a trend to like kind of hop onto trains or hop onto like beams or took implants and just kind of took the Monday on the into the ground. And then you're like what the hell doesn't make any sense. Who Cares but the cyber truck just kind of you know having having kind of four about a bit more aw and kind of really kind of take it into the content out there and read some of the report and seeing gays reaction on social it really is a once in a lifetime time thing and it and it and it could be to ultimately design? What the IPHONE was to smartphones? It could be important in terms of suddenly just like changing changing the way we think about Cause and what we what we should expect from our Motor Company 'cause I think as much as people at this Steve Steve Jobs and say you know he wasn't that relevant he wasn't actually the ones making the iphone pink of bill but has a real famous joke about it. Right I think on Conan is seeping Steve Jobs of rate right because because essentially he just you know drove. He's employees to the brink of insanity in order to kind of make the phones but he was on the one actually making himself fair enough but I think in most in must've logical most technological fields. US needed lightning road. He's a figurehead. who kind of wants to push things to extent where you know the everyday person? Listen or average personal. She'll be like that doesn't make any sense because sometimes that doesn't make any sense is the one that actually makes the most sense in long run and it's the kind of thing that other companies other the people can absorb build upon even if the iphone didn't work imagine the Afrin ended up being. I Dunno Sony Ericsson and he just didn't take. I think the I was still still as a design prince as designed position as something to expect from a splinter smartphone developers. A still would have been the source use of much into inspiration for other companies coming forward because I think of sci fi movies I think of. Yeah mostly SCI FI movies. Whatever you watch movies even from the eighteen seventies? You do see them carrying some kind of telecommunication device. I looked similar to an IPHONE. I like a flat kind of mostly glass. Sometimes it'd be see-through touch screen device you could like you know. I Dunno analyze on the surface of the moon wave. Or you know take samples off you could zoom whatever. They'll something that it kind of had the same. So full factor factor. So we saw the IPHONE. Why I think it did for manufactures if finally gave them permission because I think a lot of people are like that even myself? I kinda think I'm supremely confident in some ways but otherwise I'm probably a little bit scared of things. I think it gave manufacture the permission to be like. Oh these we make all these phones that we get kids to kind of design in design contests or we designed to use to mockup prototypes. We can make them in real life and it pushes you further because you know essentially this form factor changed away chips were developed in in in smartphones. Do a Barry's developed change everything this whole circuit funds change. Because if you remember back in the day August. TV's at forever. They had a brain your everything you had to technological device. You had always had some kind of bump. That house would eat at trunks and somehow wood the I phoned. You suddenly have to shrink it. Bit By bit with. Every generation just got slim slim implements them. So I think as much as ugly as the cyber truck maybe some people. I think it's finally shifted. Everyone's consciousness or sense of expectation so now even if you are big testified you'll going to demand more from Ford the Porsche. BMW TO IOTA holiday wherever they may be others amazing show who does amazing 'cause they show you at the you know. Those trade bills ultimate believe live automobile was exhibitions or trade shows of inequality I went to WanNa Excel building. One south really cool. All term of beer TURSI auto consequences consensus right and causing clause concept cars trade. Show see what we see. 'cause I do remember that just being so many anyway I think Mercedes actually the one that may be the most annoying days. You have amazing concept album. By the time they come on the road they look so generic sus unreal ordinary day. They end up looking so this is a good example of one laughing. Is this just Rendova This the concept cars. You want to see in a showroom serving very soon right this is from road while industries disappear. Put here put screen so his AAC concept. 'cause right number one looking look look how beautiful that looks so number two concept cars a call. But what's the use if you can't head over to the dealership and Dr One right so the first one is a new look really cool. Is this an Audi sport. Quattro two thousand fifteen release. They Audi Sport quattro concept at the Frankfurt Motor show taking inspiration from the quattro concept that debuted at a to ten in Paris motor. Show of 'cause draw upon the company's legendary one thousand nine hundred you Quadra but this concept car appears to be more production minded native and timber's numbers look at that that's not too outlandish. This Audi looks pretty. It was something that makes. You wrote a lot of the rims that Front Grille meanest fuck but let's continue. This is probably more because and this is again something that you'd want to see road for Maxwell Clinton just make that it's a Ford S Max. Two thousand four in real estate is a one point. Five liter ECOBOOST engine Powell's s Matt's Concept Dismiss. Assist makes starting coffers drives about whose power and one seventy seven field talk. The full would prefer you to. Don't call it and minivan. It sure does look like at one. Smart concept can't see seven passengers comfortably with extra room for luggage. The cars also loaded with all the foods lays in a infantino technology including my full touch and sink but again just taking a quick look at a 'cause pop maybe district c x Seventeen. They'll look fairly standard. Did nothing really too crazy about them. Just your standard someplace is something you'd want to see on the road. This smart for joy said he'd been on C.. Car Brand plans on smart card to present forty four. Jay doesn't have a roof the tailgate or does the car does feature smart signature Try and sell. You can expect the car to be a some however ever long so this. I'm not sure if they blue it'd be what the rules are having a door and a roof America but still just a concept or just a something maybe to sell even to like Pacific civic markets may be be sunny climates. Where maybe you won't be exposed to elements as much great but we don't see it and we see the same form factor the same old rations of 'cause again and again suffering even if you know big tesla just seeing this on the street at someone's posted on radio earlier it's a little video of a Tesla cyber truck probably having a couple of tests I reckon 'cause flanked by lows over Tesla's some seem so a test run? Look how look how mean this looks on the streets and imagine what this is going to look like. Once everyone everyone gets their own wants. Everyone gets their own modern driveway. How this is going to look all over the.

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Golden State of Affairs: No Curry, No Klay. What's Next?

ESPN Daily

07:46 min | 1 year ago

Golden State of Affairs: No Curry, No Klay. What's Next?

"What if I told you the best team in the NBA would become the worst? That really is a thirty for thirty TAGLINE WAITING TO HAPPEN NICK FIDEL covers the golden state warriors for ESPN. Okay Nick. I think it was last week. The that draymond green so eloquently summed up the state of the warriors right now. That's really the best way to it. Could you say Mr Green diagnosis is accurate. Yes no doubt. Meet people all around the league. They saw that that quote there were like wait. Wait wait what it's the warriors it's the warriors and the reality was even with a healthy dream on Steph. They were really we bad in for so many people for the last five years or so. who had watts his team dominate for so long there was a reality in the moment Omen that hey. This is not the same team that we've been watching the coaches and some of the staff members as people were were warm-up takes over the summer that they were just like what what what are people saying. I think they understood that there was going to be a lot of growing pains this year. And now all those pains have come to the forefront really really so during the off season you feel. There was a gap between the public perception of this team. The belief that they would still contend and the internal perception no question it was always for the warriors a gap year from the moment when go back to the finals. Kevin gets her Kevin Durant and then clay tears. ACL Well when you look at the way the roster was being constructed with nine guys who were twenty three years old or younger and you looked at the fact that they were hard capped apt and then they added de Ngelo Russell and you saw the pieces that were in play so many people on the outside went. Oh well you know what they still have Steph Jeff and they still have dream on and Klay. We'll be back at some point and people internally were like wait wait wait wait wait. Wait you have steph. WHO's GonNa have defenders all all over him all the time you've drawn who has struggled at times offensively and who knows if Claes can actually come back or not so all along? There was a there. It was a big difference in what the public perception of the words was this year. In the moment and what people inside the organization felt like it was going to be. Do you think that reality set in one clay got hurt tots hunting and Thompson brats. Now why pay me no. Let's go back in in time in. This goes back to about a year ago. Now now when K. D. and dream on got into that verbal back and forth at staples playing the clippers from that moment and even before that moment there were a lot of people in the organization. That were like. Kevin's probably gone. The thing that really sent this into a different path wasn't that Kevin got hurt because sadly the split was already pretty much done it felt like at least when Klay Thompson got hurt. That changed a lot of things because clay get being hurt that triggered triggered the de Ngelo Russell move. And then you're you're trading away Andrea Dolla. If clay doesn't get hurt maybe you keep big dollar. You don't hard cap yourself yourself this season you come into the new building with both healthy splash. Brothers and Draymond. When Klay got hurt that changed the way this season was going to be viewed? What expectations like first steph curry coming into this season Steph heard the chatter? Uh He always says that he doesn't pay attention to the outside sources me but that's ridiculous I mean he's he's a human being. He knows what's being said. He knew that everybody thought that this is going to be another. Mvp Year for him. He wanted to win the award. But I think Steph knew all along you take clay off the floor. And he's now the focal point with Steph. He knew as much as Kevin. I think drove people crazy easy sometimes within the organization. Nobody doubted just how phenomenal a player. He was Steph walking into this year. Hearing that everybody's saying it all this is your time to shine again. You're the MVP. I think he knew in the back of his mind all along. This is going to be very tough. I don't think the reality of Steph winning winning the award ever matched up to the expectations. They had to begin with. That's interesting to hear because you're right there was a perception or even a hope that we would get that full courier right because with K. D.. They've had to split some of the credit as well as the time during the regular season. And the idea of Steph unleashed. I was really intriguing to people. It was GONNA be awesome but people and this is going to be a recurring theme. When talking about the words they were living in the past people kept saying? Oh we'll steph. Is is incredible and he can do whatever he wants. He's one of the the very best players in the league. He's the best shooter I've ever seen in my life but when you're getting getting two and three bodies thrown at you at every play you're not gonNA play the same way next. This is is not a good basketball team. I feel comfortable saying with Steph out for a few months. Do you feel like the team should consider I am reluctant to use the word. But I'm going to say it. Should they tank leader okay. Let's go back to the night steph curry is grimacing. Emma seen holding what appears to be left risk he took Syria and warriors staffers for walking around and disbelief. They just could not believe that all these different injuries came down really at the at the same time. In the last six seven games they had played eight. I walked up to Joe Lake. The warriors owner walking out of the word locker room I said Joe what do you think about the injury and he said Hey I I saw it. I'm really sad about it but I'm an optimist and I think that this team now has a chance to see what these younger younger guys can do. And I think we'll come out of this okay and I said Joe You understand that once. This injury happened a lot of people around the League are GonNA ask about taking. How do you and media? He cut me off and he said what you say and I said Joe You understand understand that people are going to start asking about taking how do you he said what were to choose. And I said tanking in mean it was really clear earlier. He was trying to send a message to anybody around in the moment and anybody wondering what the warriors are going to do moving forward if they're going to take the answer was resounding no he just doesn't believe in it in this is a proud guy who just opened a billion and a half dollar Rena that a lot of people are invested into for a lot of two years but all that being said as much as I respect the attitude the reality for where the warriors are at is that's just packaging ACA Djing. We're not gonNA take look at the roster the roster isn't good this is not a team full of NBA caliber players. Frankly frankly so the takeaway for me is. This is one of the biggest blessing in disguise that this could be for the warriors

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New Movement Along Garlock Fault Line In California Could Mean Bigger Earthquakes

Environment: NPR

03:53 min | 1 year ago

New Movement Along Garlock Fault Line In California Could Mean Bigger Earthquakes

"Bowl Djing of a fault line in California can be seen from outer space the garlic fault is moving in ways never seen before and as always in for California is does this raise the risk for the big one I moving back out to California soon so this is a question I am very personally invested in and here to help me certain situations that is enough time yeah absolutely

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Beijing al fresco dining crackdown

Correspondents Report

04:47 min | 2 years ago

Beijing al fresco dining crackdown

"Now you'd think a city of twenty million people would have plenty of buzz but those running. Beijing seem some say determined to kill it off. The city's mayor has been leading gentrification Haitian push of the last few years as Beijing swelters through another summit outdoor dining has become a victim of the fun police his China correspondent Bonded Bill birtles those who've never been to Beijing. It's sprawling wide streets and lack of density tends to type them by surprise. Many people seem to have images of Hong Kong and Shanghai in their heads assuming that's what China's mega-cities all look like butt by Jim. He's the opposite wide roads and footpaths gated courtyards and massive blocks like a city a flat sprawling capital. That's not particularly particularly well suited to pedestrians and immed- summer CDs blanketed in hygiene land hate that is dry dusty and lacks humidity of coastal cities further south but with winters that reaches Lau is minus fifteen degrees the locals he wanted to lap the summer days. is as much as possible when I I lived in China in twenty ten summoned nights were spent outside on the street drinking call bs he's eating barbecued lamb and sitting on little plastic stools a might of mine came to visit and I still have the photos of shirtless drenched engi- wit sitting with locals around a massive leg of mutton on a speed was as by Djing and experience as you can get things as though it's pretty hard to find the capitals made Thai tea has been planning this city up he's been on a demolition drive knockdown shabby abby little shops illegally run by out of towners and replacing them with Nate traditional-style shopfronts and walls that obscure ramshackle residential blocks locks without the right paperwork nearly always out of towners have been getting the heath how limiting the street food options a blog known as Mahita man who sold pine fairly strong three dollars cocktails from cast as packed up and moved to Shanghai Beijing. Jing's authorities doug. Let him do business here anymore. Beijing's one little slice of Southeast Asian style decadence now on the street as is being completely done over it was always relatively tiny compared to places like Bangkok in Bali but it was way Mahyco man fights cigarette peddlers Eliza cheap bonds came together and outlet for an otherwise straight lice city but now the Baas and cheek nightclubs a Goan it replaced by upmarket book cafes and clothing shops. Little by little gentrification has been on the march ear this summer. It's taken an audio turn. I noticed that my ears pob no longer had titles out the front on my favorite Yunan restaurant had removed tables from the street the mole logo little restaurants that serve land on a stick having many places taken over the donnas inside by James May has seemingly declared the war on Alfresco dining to make the CD more nate and tidy the fun of spending a hot summers night outside. People watching is largely. <music> over some of the best restaurants now relocated to shopping malls. It's a real shame by Jingo of courses. He's not a normal CD. One local recently complying by Jing is no longer run it that the communist ATI is already changed the city for its own in purposes to create an or inspiring capital projects state power the city's massively wide buildings and brutalises architectural picture already do a pretty good job of projecting my but the local streetlife humanize the Y.. Shopping malls and shine cafes never could now that's increasingly whereby genes headed neat tidy and solace there are still some amazing

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News in Brief 09 July 2019

UN News

04:45 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 09 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations nations are not doing enough to ensure that every child goes to school and stays there by twenty thirty a k commitment of these twenty thirty global goals agenda unesco set on cheese day according to data from you ends educational scientific and cultural organization one in six youngsters aged between six and seventeen will still be out of plus decades time attendance levels are best in primary school with information from nearly one hundred and fifty countries showing that eighty four percent of children completed this fast educational taryn twenty eighteen up from seventy percent in two thousand with an extra push end investment uscca believes it getting old children into primary school is just possible civil by twenty thirty but it warms the as children get older attendance levels are much lower with four in ten children globally expected not complete secondary education by twenty thirty this figure is likely to grow to half of all youngsters in sub saharan africa forgot where the school age population is growing faster than anywhere else unesco says new cancer treatments and drugs that can be swallowed rather than injected adjusted some of their central medicines that every country should have the world health organization unsettled choose day more than one hundred and fifty countries you see you and agencies essential medicines list which contains around four hundred and sixty by to drugs deemed essential detroit public health needs the latest update adds twenty eight products the adult's at twenty three children and it will say specifies new you just put twenty six already listed products based on value for money evidence and health impacts according to w h o the five counts of therapies added to the list are regarded as the best in terms of survival rates just treat skin melanomas lung blood and prostate cancers they include to recently developed immuno therapies naval you lab and from brazil map that have delivered up to fifty percent survival rate for advanced melanoma skin cancer but until recently with incurable all the updates to the list include new oral antique arguments to prevent stroke hasn't alternative to wolfer and treatment of deep vein thrombosis these up particularly advantageous for low income countries at unlike well friend they do not require regular monitoring the issue of life threatening bleeding off the child was also addressed in this year's essential medicines last update with proposal to use champa tyson rama's dandy counties therapy oxytocin doesn't need refrigerating in related development wh as also updated it's essential diagnostics list in recognition of critical life saving importance of finding out what is wrong with patients before it's too late while the first this issued last year concentrated traded on priority diseases hiv malaria toback he likes this and hepatitis this year's list it covers mono communicable end communicable diseases and finally old grievances linked to violence perpetrated against sudanese protesters test is by security forces across the country should be investigated independently and justice must be served atop you and writes officials say don't choose day speaking at the human rights council andrew gilmore assistance extra general human rights welcomed and last week's reported power sharing deal between the transitioning military authority and civilian representatives he said you instead ready to help the country strengthen the protection of human rights as it embraced civilian rule after mass protests beginning in december last year that led to the playing of precedent alba shift for months later we encourage all parties ensued on the continue to resolve any outstanding issues through dialogue i wish they jar welcomes the agreement reached last week includes a commitment to conduct an independent investigation into the violence perpetrated against peaceful protesters more details have emerged about casualties doing the math protests that took place across their down on the thirtieth of june two thousand nineteen it's important that investigation of contribute to justice and dignity for all victims of such violence in reply sudan's osama have made a express gratitude for regional efforts to resolve tensions inside the country while also acknowledging djing be heroic and inspiring popular revolution lead in particular by young people the sudanese representative duncan fundy imminent release of all political prisoners and many others who've been arrested under a state of emergency lows along with an end to the calf you he

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Behind the Hong Kong protests

Correspondents Report

08:39 min | 2 years ago

Behind the Hong Kong protests

"Well, you will have seen the scenes over the past two weeks. Hong Kong has been the scene of anger and violence and tragedy at a record breaking display of defiance to the communist party rule is in China at its peak almost two million people marched in Hong Kong to demand. The scrapping of legislation that would allow almost anyone to be extradited to face trial in China. The China correspondent Bill Birtles looks back in a moment of courage, and of history. It's Sunday morning, June sixteenth. And I'm feeling pretty pessimistic about the story deigned sent to Cava sitting over our usual, Hong Kong breakfast of Tyco, coffees at the hotel. I'm going through planning messages from ABC headquarters with my colleagues, Nick doll and Craig Berkman it saying back in Sydney. Everyone thought Hong Kong was about to go off again. Just dies before hundreds of riot. Police moved in on mainly young protestors at a demonstration outside the city's legislative assembly. Hong Kong's no stranger to protests. This was the first time place at five rubber bullets and tear gas to break one up. What was there that afternoon, aging bureau cameramen rain's coming? We had brought the mosques goggles and hot, hats, dissipating the worst with duct back to our nearby hotel to file story, when would kind the demonstrators at tried to storm the government building. And the police are moving in. Upon rising back to the same the smell of pepper spray was in the air. It was the first time on failed lingering burn on the skin. The atmosphere was tense. Lisa classroom protesters at the gates of the government building. Now the cops were moving in formation taking back about ten minutes at a time. Protesters would have back and forth skirmishes with the police hoisting umbrellas as a defense of the spray and throwing water bottles, we ran amongst it close enough to get the Schultz we needed, but far enough. We thought not to get in harm's way. But then they started firing tear gas. Panic erupted as hundreds, perhaps agent, thousands of students bolted as the cannisters came towards them. No matter where you were or wafted tear gas was unavoidable. And it went on like this for hours by not send police had succeeded in clearing the protesters and opening the roads. But the source of the anger remained Hong Kong's, chief executive carry lamb was trying to rush through an extradition, Bill. She said it would allow the transfer of suspects jurisdictions where Hong Kong doesn't have an agreement that included my land, China many people in Hong Kong are really worried about the increasing range of China's government into the former British colony. And this Bill was seen as a huge threat back when the Brits handed Hong Kong to China in nineteen Ninety-seven. They did so under a deal Hong Kong would become a part of China, but could keep it separate and much more liberal laws for fifty years now by djing would be able to request. The extradition of people in Hong Kong to face Chinese courts on the mainland. The chief executive Carrie Lam said they would be safeguards and political activists would not be targeted, but very few people believed her. She insisted that the Bill must be voted on within a week in a local parliament, that's rigged, by China's government to ensure a permanent pro-beijing majority. Ms lamb stance combined with the police actions, compounded the anger the death of a protester who scaled a building and fell during a rescue attempt further added to the mood. But in the subsequent days protest movements seems to evaporate, Christian groups continue to turn up and sing. But it looked like the mass protests were either the demonstrators said they would regroup on Sunday. But it seemed to be really poorly organized then on Saturday, Carrie Lam front of the cameras and announced, she would indefinitely delay. The extradition, Bill people power had at least temporarily one. This was a major back down and it was intended to take the fuel out of the issue right before that next protests Shiduan for Sunday. So it's Sunday morning and I'm sitting there in the hotel with Nick and Craig both of whom had been flown from Australia to cover. What looked like a big developing story and the urgency around. It seemed to have just been taken away the streets of Hong Kong looked really normal trams running down the mine thoroughfare markets bustling. I was starting to doubt with a Sunday's progress would amount to much at all the network. Back home was relying on us with multiple. Quests for live crosses, and packages as we drank out, coffees we wondered if we'd end up reporting on a small gathering of just a few thousand protesters, it's really worrying to a correspondent when the expectations for story back home, same out of step with the feeling on the ground. But that afternoon as we headed on foot towards Victoria Park. It was clear that the crowds would building address, code of black bean suggested to symbolize the darkness that the extradition, Bill would supposedly bring to Hong Kong, and when the March leaders reached out vantage point in the wind shy district at about three o'clock. It was clear, the protest was huge a constant stream of people young old students families all wearing black kept flowing towards us. They would changing resign and no to the extradition, Bill as I said, up amongst it for live crosses into the seven pm usable listens. A coal wind up nearby. Police to open Jason roads to the protest brutal. The volume of people was to lodge hours later, I skipped through the crowd to get to a high of adage point at my hotel. The scene was just extrordinary hundreds of thous-. Thousands of people absolutely packing a major road all chanting all cheering all moving and still they kept coming hour after hour. It went on now that adjacent roads also had people marching, if me and little doubt that at least a million people were out organizes legs and said it was to lay said it was about three hundred forty thousand to the naked eye. I would say the organizers with closer. The protest went light into the eighth inning of the demonstrators peacefully dispersed. It was I repeat of the clashes Nick Craig, it on my, we're all staggered at the site of so many people in one place, roughly wanting five Hong Kong as had come out onto the streets in the subsequent dies. Caroll-ann profusely apologized for her handling of the extradition Bill process and promised, she would never try to introduce the legislation. Again, if such. Yeah. And concern continued to exist. She was after all appointed by China's government. So it completely withdrawing, it would be a great embarrassment to buy, djing, and that was as close as the protesters got to a complete victory as a correspondent, based in Beijing. I can't help feel the political culture of the two cities couldn't be any more different to see all these young people, so freely pushing back against an authoritarian government and speaking on camera in a way that would be unheard of, in Beijing it really struck me in the twenty two years. Since the hand IVA China has really filed win the hearts and minds of Hong Kong. China's president Xi Jinping has forced new laws on the CD to Gile people who disrespect China's national flag, and the national anthem through Hong Kong's government. He's also tried to push through intrusive, national security laws, but there was pushback on those two almost halfway through the fifty years of one. Entry to systems. He's clearly not going to stop the push to gain greater control of Hong Kong and bring it into line with the rest of China. The protesters this city note, they relish, having the freedom to speak, even if the odds seem stacked against them. So with many fights ahead of them in the years to come. They've shown this time that they won't easily back down. Fascinating time in history, China. Correspondent Bill Birtles reflecting on those amazing scenes in Hong Kong last week.

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Federal prosecutors investigate Mar-a-Lago intruder for possible Chinese espionage

Joyce Kaufman

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Federal prosecutors investigate Mar-a-Lago intruder for possible Chinese espionage

"Federal prosecutors are developing a potential national security case against the Thirty-three-year-old Chinese national accused of unlawfully entering mar-a-lago on March, thirtieth, according to the motion, you, djing Zang is the focus of a widening US probe of possible Chinese espionage and suggests the thirties have evidence that she's not just a tourist who accidentally wandered into

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"djing" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"At the end green I would have chosen the line. And that's when she looks at the little girl, and she's like, hey. No word. A little scared this. She would be terrified. Did you? Yeah. I love I love having her pick. It was great. I loved when. When fury he gets scratch. She's like, it's fine. It's fine. It's just a cat crash. And then it goes, and they're just like checking says no because it's actually very traumatic and like starts volleying in. Yeah. Curse sensually? I liked the tape using the tape on the ID onto the dump. Let me play with tape. Because it showed like Nick fury spy. Yeah. That's cool. I will say like, that's that's what am I gonna moments is pretty much any seen Sam Jackson's in. Yes. First off. We haven't even mentioned the DA djing in this movie. Oh, yes phenomenon. God. Yeah. I I'm they haven't done it in just a flashback. Yeah. Halfway or not even have with you like minutes. Then it was completely lost to me. Like Colson was the only thing that kind stuck out a little bit who Terminator a little bit. Yeah. It was it was a little stone cold. But like, which is only because I knew I was like, I know that they're eighteen, but yeah, I kinda was paying attention. But then like a couple minutes out stood even notice. But again, you don't have to do much. Sam Jackson for crack Ulsan being like a fuck and g g it'd be like they're not down here. Check upstairs. And I was like this is why we. I know. Why we love you? And then he's like, he's a good guy. I I did like the best guy, you know, some people call it Franken signing film, but I did like the modules data made where it's like, she's very Sarah Connery. Yeah. And in as Terminator role 'cause like when she's like looking for the scroll in the train, and it's just like going like this is like a fucking acts just be line to person in the race motorcycle takes a fucking close by you know, instead of stealing it from somebody. But I'd like the the mapping of the broken arrow shit. Sounds like this in the whole demolition, man. Like we had the kill the rats to begin the grounds. Like densely? We're the good guys. Like oh shit. It's like all these are all these movies in which great, the choreography was awesome. When I could see it. I'm gonna I want more fight. I love the line about. She's like, maybe if you're a better looking you understand being funny and the guys it's funny because objectively you're very good looking. Inside. On the inside. I love him. Yeah. Diamond high every time he's in anything guy. Good guy. Whatever I'm just like oh, thank God. Thank god. He's in this. The the thing that's happened with marvel movies. It used to be that the end credit scene was kinda like oh, something crazy is going to happen now. Now, it's the middle seen. They got I guess. guess like the cherry..

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Is Beijing's sky getting any bluer or brighter?

Correspondents Report

03:53 min | 2 years ago

Is Beijing's sky getting any bluer or brighter?

"Now living in big Chinese cities means dating with smog lots of it. But perhaps not quite as much as before Beijing is doing its best to clean up its act. It is not just there yet, but his China correspondent Bill Birtles waking up each morning in Beijing, I pulled back the curtain with a mixture of excitement and dread. What's on the other side can make or break your day? Like waking up on a Saturday with plans to play touch football. Only to see a thick white soup engulfing the skyscrapers and obscuring the distant hills. If it's over two hundred and fifty on the small particulate matter rating, chances our message will buzz in the group chat saying touch football is off today by contrast in the strategy and city usually registers a pm two point five reading somewhere around twenty or below on. The flip side is sometimes pull back the curtains to reveal an unexpectedly brilliant die. The hills of iron. The glass buildings shine and the paramilitary police relieve next door around side doing drills. If it's a weekend, a heist change plans to make the most of the good weather all up. It seems Beijing's pollution is improving the peak of it was twenty thirteen. But when I arrived back here in two thousand fifteen there were still many days where the smog reading exceeded five hundred sometimes six hundred yon ball quilt is the air quality monitoring director at I q a visual an organization that publishes real time monitoring of Niger cities, and he confirmed that yes, Beijing has improved. We're also very surprised that actually the pollution in China, especially Beijing has decreed if you compare to produce here. So that actually we can really a trend of the Parisian going down whether or not this is stable, and we don't know yet that the figures show that there's a positive trend for China. One factor is China's economic slowdown which is he'd heavy industry. The hottest. But yene by Willard says Beijing's improvement has been at no accident with government policy playing a role. Beijing has actually limited so many read fiction. Environmental restrictions and regulations which has really prevented the rule of pollution with the decree, especially moving factories away from Beijing to outside of some provinces in the outskirts of Beijing, as it does also closing down some of the power plants which were called base. So I think that really headed a lot visuals monitoring shows it's not just by djing most Chinese cities lower their ape pollution last year. And now it's fast-growing India that has seven of the top ten polluted cities in the world the people in China decided to change situation. So that maybe came from the grassroots the government really took this research. And that's why. They poured billions and billions of dollars to clean up the environment. And that's something that hasn't happened in India Pakistan, yet the level of went the winners there is really radio. That's actually tracking compared to the emergency that they're faking themselves pollution. This means I'll leave the bulk of April stories to my colleagues in Delhi, and as I write this. It's another stunning day in the Chinese capital with an air pollution rating of just twenty four. That's just like being back home. Bill Birtles air. I remember my first trip to Beijing. It was several days before I realized it was surrounded by hills or at least off to the north because he showed it and see them the facade days. Some good news from Beijing on the police in front.

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VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

The 3:59

05:37 min | 2 years ago

VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Roger Chang Joni Saltzman. So I got a chance to walk into one of the reactors of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi. But I couldn't actually get into the actual core would die because I would die. It was literally. Yes. Within minutes. I'd probably be dead of. But thanks VR. I was able to actually get into the Corelli's stimulated version that I corps. This was a fairly unique use of VR and to be clear wasn't exactly like a full Oculus rift headset, you'll see through glasses looking at a big screen. But it was for me. Like one of the examples for me. The are like that didn't compose suck. You haven't watched the VR that I've seen will. Yes. It's the thing. That's also I mean to the point of exclusive content. This was clearly very expensive since I know like this isn't really for entertainment. This is really for companies looking to users experience to simulate what's like sending a robot the core. And so it was I mean, actually like I said really useful kinda see able to kind of hover eating really walk sort of hover through the core. Sometimes at times like flying through walls, and you kind of felt that we're tingle when you went through wall. Really you actually kind of bought the allusion. Yeah. Even though it was projected on project on the walls, Jacqueline is predicted the wall the floor the the walls around me. And so it was fully immersive the not immersive like innocuous risks. And what did you did have a head mounted display? You had some smart glasses. What did those purposes the glasses were there are three glasses that helped create the allusion that you were actually immersed in the six? Reince and actually come away seeing the five of standing Mexico. The person the middle was sort of navigating he had a control the phaser from Star Trek. His glasses had motion tracking sensors that ping the sensors that were on the wall. And so when he moved around like it kind of accounted for his movements as well. Interesting. So yeah, it was kind of unusual use of the R. I think I think that's interesting though, that this sort of enterprise style. Use for VR was more compelling to you stuff that's made for consumers. Yeah. The experience was fairly slick not quite as like entertaining as some of the experiences you've had at various festivals. But like, I feel like the usefulness of this is just was very very compelling. Next up more full phones last week. It seemed like he was a crazy hot topic but taper off a bit as I think everyone's starting to realize they can't afford one. But Samsung is reportedly working on two more foldable phones one that folds outward like a the wall way made x one that's more like a clam shell. Right. And you've said in the past that there's different levels of stress from these kinds of. What a complicating here. So the the galaxy full one they actually announced two weeks back it folds inwards. That is probably the most stressful way to full the phone and you'll you'll notice with God's there's a huge gap in the middle. There's a reason why it's so the radius is a little bit larger less stress on the screen having a full hour. Like, the mate X is less stressful and can make for like you can do different things with the made ex. It was a thinner more sleek design than the fold, and I think I'm assuming Samsung saw that was like, oh, we should probably work on that. So they're going to be making one that does do that outward fall. Yes. And then something like a clam shack kinda like those old flip phones like we can report that Motorola's working on a foldable phone and might be bringing back the razor in that forum. So I imagine Samsung is looking to fall along with that as well. Lastly, captain marvel comparing this week sina gave it a fairly glowing review, but you saw. Last night. And what did you think? I mean quickly. I think that it's totally serves we'll superhero movie. Total sleep totally fine marvel movie and totally fine like girl power movie, but it didn't strike me as being an exceptional marvel movie or an exceptional feminist movie. And what was the, you know, like, you know, brought up when we were talking earlier when I saw wonder woman that initial beach battle scene like it brought tears to my eyes. I'm not embarrassed about it because you know, you never get to see women as warriors in that way in a movie like that ever. And so it was just so striking. How different it felt to watch. It never got that feeling felt more like typical marvel movie typical Mark. It's great that they have a smart actress and great supporting character actors in there too. And so it felt really fun. I wouldn't. Yeah. I can't glow array about it. What are the question? What SNL Jackson was aged trained for this movie? Like did that was? It wasn't noticeable. I only in the sense that I was like, whoa. He looks young. It's like it's like Pulp Fiction era sort of gang. But I didn't notice it looking awkward did notice that who's the guy that is like one of his. Not maybe. Yeah. Anyways, one of the other characters who was also digitally. I notice that he looked very stiff like his facial expressions. And so maybe it's because he was a much smaller role. They didn't put as much effort into make digital DA djing Lucas slick. I didn't it wasn't distracting with female Jackson, and he was one of the most fun characters in the movie. So okay, there you go for full coverage on C. I'm Roger Chan I'm Joanie Southland. Thanks for listening.

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West Virginia teachers going on strike again

Lee Mathews

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

West Virginia teachers going on strike again

"Down most schools will be closed today in west Virginia's teachers walk out again, the state's teachers say the new West Virginia Senate Bill considers outside interests such as perks for charter schools over teachers wellbeing. Fred Albert with the American federation of teachers said that calls for drastic measure. We are calling a state wide strike school service personnel say they'll join the teachers their rep Joe Weider djing pay transporters of children. Don't start those buses tomorrow. The unions have no timetable for the strike last year strike that one a five percent raise lasted

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"djing" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"djing" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Six hundred dumping you are EC and ninety two point one FM. So James when you start writing a book like this, you do the research, and is this something that you are is this something that you are really passionate about you write stories, you're like, I think this is a real concern was a writer. I'm always looking for that story were you know, what site where science headed. What's what's around their horizon? I'm looking for stories that that scare me as a writer. It's one way of me of movie sway djing. Some of that fear. Brought it on paper get out of my head. Right. But also gives me an opportunity because I have a lot of context DARPA and various institutes to find out. What's pulse? I the curtain a little bit. You know end of my book. I have a what's true. What's not section where I tell you exactly where all this came from? And if he wants to believe some bread crumbs to follow if you want to cause this I got terrified after talking to these AI tax. They were not reassuring at all about headed. They're scared and they scared the the Jesus item Mia. So I I knew I wanted to write that novel, but as a cautionary tale. Yes, it's a roller coaster ride. I'm gonna Hermosa Paris down. I fire firefights hurry because they're already doing exactly. I had to write this book faddish. Right. And so I figured after hearing especially the gentleman that the two gentlemen, it said that we're already there is a better write this now in in three years, I might not be able to write this. I back three books ago. I wrote a book that dealt with genetically engineering humans, and I asked my my little team of scientists are willing to talk to someone who would genetically altered embryos who would try to, you know, forever. Changing heritable genetic will of humanity, and they're all like the Chinese. So I wrote that book three years ago about the Chinese altering human babies they're doing and then what happened. So my fear is that I've written this book today. Yeah. What's it gonna look like in three years of war? We'll be we'll be after we'll be all questioning, you know, what it means to share this planet with this this alien intelligence. How did you develop the? And why it's almost a Dan Brown kind of approach except right and Brown kind of takes history in the lead you down this path where it is an ancient secret. And it's the Catholic church and yada, yada. Your why did you select the which is is it just because of that? And how did you? We've that story in well starts in the past. Again, just the beginning of spoke. There's one of the characters monk is flipping a coin in the air and his he's got a prosthetic that is so sensitive. He's able to predict how that coin will land. He does basically that she drinks at a bar. So that's one check us us for for him. And so in this book, I was trying to shine a light of the fact that you know, right now, there's a deep trench between science and religion. But in the past that was not that way, and sort of a theme of Ottoman novels is trying to blur that line between science religion is looking for that common ground. You know, this I could after talking to these AI researchers I probably could have written a non fiction book about AI what I wanted to a fiction book because it allows me to explore a lot of the philosophical questions. What's coming? You know, if we do create its alien telling what does that mean, does it have a soul to have a responsibility to that? Can we unplug it if it's actually self-aware? So those are the things that can export a novel that I can't explore in in a nonfiction tasks. So I said to I I met with an ethicist who was talking about how AI robotics could be used to let. Know child predators have their way with these robots and they like to study and save it. And I said creepy, very creepy. And I said. Well, hang on when we hit consciousness, and we will. You are the worst kind of slave owner. You are you've made something, and it's your creation. You wanna turn a against you? Use it for those kinds of things and should never even thought of it hadn't even occurred to her that way because people are not thinking about something that's going to say I'm alive. And how do you prove that? It's not. While this book, I introduce a point of view character. It's a rudimentary AI named eve that was created by young researcher on the run with tech. And throughout the course of the novel, we see her trying to sculpt eve trying to raise eve to become something like that's going to be a sympathetic empathetic. Hey, I and I'm using techniques. I learned from IBM and from some of the other researchers just how they recommending to sculpt. That's that's how I did that in the book, but. Is that crazy a child? Ultimately quick question becomes when it comes to creating a nature versus nurture. How much of a who we are genetic code? How much of who we are as we were raised and it's going to the same with AI? There's a certain amount of of tech, Monaco code. He can put into an AI to help maybe leaning towards being empathetic and sympathetic. But also, it's going to be the way you raise it if you if you have this immature AI, that's abused. It's gonna go one one track. If I if you if you treat in certain manner that maybe we can avoid the worst catastrophe having a that's gonna help us or if you even treat it and you teach it to kill. I mean, the the idea that we are putting a I in drones that we are putting them we want to put them in robots, you know, for for some sort of, you know, drone, right war, is is terrifying. Now, there's a big philosophical question in the military about who should give the kill order. Should it? You know, clear now we do have a drones that are very much driven by right? But right now, we're still have the kill order coming from a human say okay now. Sure where they're they're. They're willing to give that up. They're willing to give the kill order control over to the AI. That's a worrisome moment in history. It's really really insane. What was the thing in the in doing the research that scared you the most, but scare me the most was the fact that we're already seeing a that are losing control and surprising. Their creators startled me. The most is the or finding at the fringes where they're really experimenting that the edges like alpha. Go alpha zero these computers are these are surprising their creators to quote, one of the researchers they're doing unexpected things. Did you see the story about Microsoft? They they shut the program down. They had two programs talking to each other and writing in the one tragedy were speaking in secret language, yes. And within just a few minutes, they develop their own language and no researcher. Understood what they were even talking about. And when the researchers asked the I can you please translate era conversation for us. They said, no. They were fused to translate. It. Just think about that. And Microsoft stopped it, and they put a press release out. No, it's just because it had run its course. And we really really what what scientist isn't isn't interested in finding out more about a new language, you shut that down because it scared the.

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"djing" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"djing" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Anna djing, what is within your control, right, obviously, we talked about senior provider. But are you getting outside even one? It's ten degrees to get that fresh air to get that sunlight one, you know, for me, I act like a cat when when the clouds part, I think we had like one of the longest stretches without son last January not that I'm trying to Downer. It's so true weeks or something I remember skilling talking about that. Thinking the clouds part in Iran outside like stood in the park. Like a weird cat at the window like trying to get some sunlight on my life. So I think doing the things to keep yourself a flow. Anything that's going to, you know, give yourself that natural boost of endorphin serotonin doing the workouts being consistent, you know, spending time with people not isolating which is so easy to do this time of year. Right. How about the light? Can you buy the lights you can put in your house on the light can be really effective for a lot of people know doctors will actually dose that light in different ways? A lot of times they'll they'll prescribe someone to do that in the morning because the issue is the light changing affecting our circadian rhythms. So the idea is to sort of like treat yourself with the light as it would be naturally occurring in the world. So like in the morning, people will be prescribed at least usually twenty minutes. I've tried the light box and it works for me. You have to be careful at how much you're taking because I was like oh an hour. Oral sit in front of it. And then all of a sudden, I read the fine print, and it was like, you can feel like you had fifty cups of coffee. After. So just make sure that you're working with that light box in a way, that's healthy. See I think you're making the case to eliminate standard time. Because you you go to work in the morning, and it's dark dark. There's no there's no sunlight in between. Right. I think a lot of people feel that way. You gotta look.

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Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Quietly Met With the Saudi Crown Prince

Pacifica Evening News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Quietly Met With the Saudi Crown Prince

"Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with Saudi Arabia's embattled crown prince Mohammad bin Salman today, the Saudi foreign minister posted a photo of the meeting on its Twitter account and late today the eve of glitzy three day investment conference in Saudi Arabia. Mnuchin has said he would not attend the conference but would discuss counter-terrorism efforts with Saudi officials Daniel wrenches reports. The US treasury secretaries canceled participation in the future investment initiative, showcase for crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, economic reform plans, but Steven Mnuchin hasn't cancelled his visit and says they'll continue to talks on efforts to combat terrorism financing and countering Iran. Meanwhile, the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner says they'll still in the fact finding phase while new surveillance videos released by Turkey sharing. What's he still to be a Saudi agent leaving the consulates wearing Jamal Kushtia clothes shortly? After the Saudi gentlest was allegedly murdered in. What appears to have been an effort to cover it up Daniel wrenches, Washington. President Trump's main reason for avoiding major punishment for Saudi Arabia's detention and death of Jamal Khashoggi is coming under fire the arms deal of one hundred forty billion dollars with the kingdom. First of all. It's hardly one hundred forty billion dollars worth. It's only fourteen and a half billion so far and some of that amount results from previous deal under President Obama. The rest is non-binding promises. Then there are the even more inflated claims over the number of US jobs created by the sale starting at four hundred and fifty thousand the Washington Post says that would be more than the three hundred fifty five thousand employed by the total US military manufacturing sector of the economy. Trump. Escalated that to half a million US jobs, then six hundred thousand and finally over a million best case estimate would be no more than forty thousand jobs reporter, Simon Mark says Moore, it's a very live issue following the acknowledgement by the government in Riyadh off two weeks of lies the journalist Jamal Khashoggi did die violently in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Earlier this month. President Trump says he has no intention of scrapping a weapons deal with Saudi Arabia that he incorrectly claims will create one million jobs in America's defense sector. The reality is that it won't do any such thing. And the British government is also on defy for contemplating weapons sales to Riyadh. Not least because of the Saudi led military intervention in Yemen. It is estimated to have killed more than fifteen thousand innocent civilians. Jeremy hunt is Britain's Foreign Secretary. We do not pursue profit at any cost the relationship goes. As well beyond the commercial side. There's a strategic partnership in the region to try and bring peace and constrain the destabilizing activities of Iran. Nonetheless. Of course, there are going to be very very serious consequences. I'm not gonna say that because I I need to look at this investigation. We he's independent done the business in terms of being credible. And we'll send you to see how the Saudis this is the crucial thing how they will say react to the findings of the investigation. Then we'll take out his his critics say there's no need to wait for the investigation. There're djing western governments to block arm sales to Riyadh with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks lake is a veteran for correspondent who specialized in coverage of the Middle East. His latest book is the Iran agenda today, the real story inside Iran, and what's wrong with US policy. He told as Philip mulberry on the Sunday show that while Jamal kashogi was a sharp critic of Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin. He was hardly a revolutionary and was in fact of Royal lineage himself, he doesn't he come from a wealthy well-connected family the name, Adnan. Associ- might be familiar. He was the arms dealer multi-billion multi-billionaire. That's his uncle multi-billionaire guy involved in the wrong contra and numerous scandals of years past apparently he did not like inherit or get any of his uncle's money. But that gives you an idea of the family. He was a journalist. He was a worked as a diplomat. He was worked as adviser to the top Royal family princes, and he was very much part of the Saudi ruling elite. But he had his falling out, particularly when Muhammad then bin Salman, the NBS came to power, by the way, you don't get elected in Saudi Arabia. You. There's over well over one hundred princes of the king, the king has multiple wives. They each have several kids, and there's a lot of backstabbing figuratively and literally that goes on in the Royal family. And so when NBS came to power was in the outs, and he went into exile in the US. He. When Virginia became a columnist for the Washington Post, and he was a critic of Saudi Arabia, but a from still within the system itself, he was not calling for the overthrow of the monarchy and establishment of a democratic parliamentary system. He wanted to see changes. In the policy, and he had some ties with Muslims with the Muslim Brotherhood, which is a political Islam is group of conservative nature. But generally does want to see changes away from the kind of ultra right-wing. Fundamentalist version of Islam practice. What's called Wahabism? That's practiced in Saudi Arabia. Well. This it would appear that Mohammed bin Salman. The crown prince is quite thin skinned and any any even minor criticism is not tolerated. Yeah, we'll remember when he came to power one of the first things he did was imprisoned a bunch of fellow princes and multibillionaires in a fancy five star hotel, but block them in and in some cases, tortured them into basically giving up billions of dollars in return for their freedom. And that the other example was remember he was lauded for allowing women to drive right for finally changing Saudi policy, but just prior to the implementation of that law. He arrested a bunch of women who have been advocating that. So he if there's going to be any change he wants to make it. He doesn't want any kind of grassroots efforts organized opposition. And that's what the murder was all about in his father. The king is usually. Portrayed as quite debilitated. And consequently. An ephemeral kind of leader. Yeah. I mean, it's the sort of thing, that's shrouded in mystery. But as far as I can tell the guy is out of it, mentally is not really able to govern day-to-day. And and NBS is the the functioning leader of Saudi Arabia KPFA upfront has Brian Edwards as demont harbor, but director of research and analysis at the center in Washington DC, why the crown prince appears to have been involved in a plot to kill kashogi for one thing. He had ever is a is one. It SM visas one and is series of a whole bunch of people who have been killed by been disappeared and prisons or anywhere in over the last ten fifteen years that has been the first day. He may not be the last really has this issue with the absolute ownership and absolute control. He he will what he gets out of it is he silences yet another voice that is supposedly that that was telling the truth about what Hamad. Projects for the kingdom. The future of the kingdom. On what besides economically polar, social, the tabby whatever a domestic job. She was basically bringing the truth to the world about what really means what they mean store. Have these these projects? Nobody wants nobody is. Trying to diversify its economy. Nobody is. Saudi Arabia for trying to shoot is regional, you know security, and he's the problem is how are you doing this? Gemology died because he basically. Some blame on Muhammed or not doing that. I think by by the country's what he gets out of it is again, like I said you side. That's his voice is decided this Levy have bring Lance economically, socially, or politically that the that the been ceremony has been trying to get over the last few years, but up until this point. Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia had very effectively gotten most of the western media to frame him as little more than a liberal reformer inside Saudi Arabia, and kind of erase everything else that you talked about. Not to describe him as a tyrant consolidating power within Saudi Arabia, and certainly not to spend much time on the war. He's prosecuting in Yemen. This seems to be like the first major public relations. Disaster from Mohammed bin Salman. Do you think? He just thought killing a Washington Post turn A-List wouldn't try this kind of tension. I have a feeling that he's saying, but we'll draw special attention as far as he is. You have to also remember this person has only come on the scene over the last three years three and a half years. He had no political experience as far as knowing what the world is about. So as far as I'm concerned, it's a lot of hubris. He thinks that whatever he does is gonna be bought by by the international community, especially by by Washington. And unfortunately, American journalists have really fallen or the this thing. He's he's you know, he left women Dr. Big deal. I mean, this is their right? Why would why why should they wait for somebody to let them drive? I mean, it's absurd flor- Florida for American actually some other western Europeans. Why shouldn't you penalty for this? This is great. This is his decorum. Does the society? This is for me. A lot of people in the United States. Surprisingly, so sold sold on on on this agenda of liberalisation that they actually forgot that this person really doesn't know what he's doing. And now all the has all come to all the chickens have come home. And and no now, we don't know what the what the what the future of Saudi Arabia is going to be like because of this man in harbor the Arab center in Washington DC, an

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"djing" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Directly filching from hubbub talking about the changing world of retail and the influencers around so fill where we we broke off. I wanted to step back just a little bit. So you guys have you particularly. But you've got to root advantage porn on some of the major trends that are happening across retail. What are the big things that you see happening now forecast in the next couple of years on my gosh, I think before we get into Pat, I mean retail in general, it's an interesting place to be reading it's probably also causing a lot of things ID. And a lot of sleepless nights. We're hearing a lot of you know, kind of those catchphrase in terms of retail apocalypse, and you know, that I just read an article in the financial times that how retail it's going to cause the next big short. So there's a lot of alarm in the marketplace. Right. And so we're tracking a lot of that. Because those are tied to certainly trends that are upcoming rate. So the idea that e commerce has been talked about a lot and how e commerce sales. Are rising. But I think the real trend in there that that isn't this hasn't really emerged yet is really being multi channel. So the this concept that commerce right now is rounding out. So it's growing into what it's supposed to be and people are going to buy online. But also was a shop in bricks and mortar stores, and so really the next trend is to be multi channel. Right. So you need to be online where people can see you. They can see the representation of who you are who you really are as a story, and then be able to have that option of shopping online or offline so that your experiences a really is really uniform experience. Right. So they shouldn't be able to tell the difference be able to shopping online to offline. I think that's a really big thing. That's coming. And then I think the other trend that's coming is being able to equalize, you know, someone like an Amazon, right? That is kind of chewing up a ton of space right now and the more than their hair share of headlines for sure, but I think you're going to see a lot of retailers started really dive into experiential. How do you be experiential? How do you may? Make a unique shop experience that is going to be able to take away from that Amazon. Let's find it cheap. And let's find it fast and get it shipped to me idea. Interesting seeing member djing case studies were those happening. Well, yeah, I think there's some really there's really needless. I I mean, if you look at big retail in a way, you got someone like TJ axes kind of quietly doing their thing TJ is the parent company of winners, and marshalls and home sense. And they posted it's something silly like twenty straight quarters of of straight sales are straight growth or something like that. And they've just done it by being really basic retail rates. So they shop for unique offerings. They continue to curate by.

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"djing" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"From hubbub talking about the changing world of retail and the. Influencers around it so, fill where we. We broke off I wanted to step back just. A little bit so you guys have you particularly You've got, a really good vantage point on some of the, major trends that are happening across retail. What are the big things that you guys see happening now you forecast in the. Next couple of years on, my gosh, I think before we get into retail in, general it's an interesting place to be reading it's probably also causing a lot of things ID and a lot of sleepless nights we're hearing. A lot of you know kind of those catchphrase. Terms? Of retail apocalypse and you know that I just read an article in the financial times of that how. Retail is going to cause the next big shore so there's a lot of alarm in the marketplace. Right and so we're tracking a lot of that because those are tied to certainly trends that are upcoming rate so the idea. That commerce has been talked about a lot and how, e commerce sales are rising but I think the, real trend in there that that is in the news hasn't really emerged yet is really being multi channels so the this concept. That commerce right now, rounding out so. It's growing into what it's supposed to be and. People are going to buy online Line but, also thinking the shop in bricks and mortar stores and so really the next trend is to be. Multi channel right so you need to be online where people can see you they can see the representation? Of who you, are who you really are is a story and, then be able to have that option. Of shopping online or offline so that your experiences a really is really uniform experience. Right so they shouldn't be, able to, tell the difference be able to shopping online, to offline I think that's a really big thing that's coming and then I think the other trend is coming is being able to equalize. You know someone like an Amazon right that is. Kind? Of chewing up a ton of space right now and the more than their fair share of headlines for. Sure but I think you're gonna see a lot of retailers started really dive into experiential how do. You be experiential how do you make a unique shop experience that is going to be able to take away from that Amazon. Let's find a cheap and let's find it fast and, get it shipped to me idea interesting you seeing member djing case studies where that is Happening well yeah I think, there's? Some really there's a really neat I mean if you look. At big retail in a way you've got someone, like TJ axes kinda, quietly doing their thing CJ access the parent company of winners and marshalls and home sense. And they posted it's something silly like twenty straight quarters, of? Of straight sales are straight growth or something like that and they just done it by. Being really basic retail rates so they shop for. Unique offerings they continue to curate.

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Lindsay Lohan, MTV and Netflix discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:50 min | 3 years ago

Lindsay Lohan, MTV and Netflix discussed on Eating For Free

"You calling me a terrorist is not about the NSA confirmed listens to this might say, what like fem for fem bottom at the TSA listening agency, listen to podcasts and we'll report us like, let's be real now again, like him. Like him, think about what you say before you say it. And he bottom that works at the end is as confirmed a local later. I say that I thought you said you're your report me your local. Sorry, confirmed delete your local. Listen. Okay. So we're going to start. I want to talk about anything this week too much. Can you start? Okay. Really don't want to, oh, by the way. Again, once again, I'm Joan summers and that's about it. Wasn't any eating for free here. We are guest where we dive into the worst of the worst culture has to. I am not joking week after every single story I'm looking at except for the one about Lindsay. Lohan is confirmed dark time. Now. Let's just get the other way. That's okay. Yes. Are they just like, is that police? Siren, just totally. There's solder for us. They're listening to livestream. People can hear them. So don't think we're just the NSA agent that reports to the government also listens to Demi Levato. I'm actually just filling out the profile now in my brain. I mean locals in Nevada, the same ven diagram. Okay. Z. low-and doing okay, let us start our jobs. Yes. Lindsay Lohan is working on a quote, unquote vendor pump rules, inspired reality, TV show about her Mykonos beach clubs, no of a chain. I reviewed the planning. I understand that the initial news is shocking to hear. Okay. So it's startling information. I don't know what's wrong with me this week. Let me just sorry. Let me connect these dots here. You have to rearrange your mind after that. Lizzy lo Han Mykonos beach club Benepe Peru gave Andhra pump rules on MTV had gay tavita. Publ Susumu is like made me confirmed. Gay timeline is actually wait a minute, though. It's unimpeded. Right? Because I think actually did read about this no out yet, but they're planning it, right? No. But I mean, the series MTV, I think so I think it's MTV Also else. Would to it be be. that are VH. One individual would be lucky, Bravo doesn't want this. No Pravo is playing it safe. So is that it is that whole she? Yeah, no, no. It's just what you think it will be document the people that work at her Greek Mykonos club, and she will be like the Lisa vendor, pumper. She's McMahon djing from the top end pretending to work. So they mean hotel, then diagram of Lisa Vander pumpkin. Lindsay Lohan is bad bleached job and. Facelift, those are the two things that they have a shockingly. I can't deny like bad hair dye and faceless. I do have to actually ask though. So I wonder, are we going to get Lindsay Lohan doing a Greek accent because I've actually been kind of living for her is your national tour of accents. She's take. She has been just travelling in pretending that that substitutes, you know, I mean, someone nationality, maybe. That he had to take Madonna's mantle. They're like Madonna was running out of accents to do. I have something maybe a little bit darker, but I actually Doc, okay do. to truly get into this. So it's kind of a not a follow up, but it's something we have in done in actually a very long time. I haven't Iowa's press release. So there is an actress who you definitely never heard of if you're not thirteen known mostly for being on the Disney channel that got quite into a bit of trouble this week for an Instagram movie. What in Adria movie. Sorry, Netflix movie. But like. Instagram of movie streaming services. Okay. So. There is an actress known for being on the Disney channel that got into a lot of trouble this week. I am waiting for her name to load in Google because I can't retain it for more than three seconds because it's one of those names that you can't remember. Okay, awful here. Debby Ryan got into trouble this week for a movie. She is starring in called insatiable. No, I saw the trailer for this. Oh, you did? I did see the trailer for this. I didn't know that that was the movie. Oh my God. So awful. So insatiable is an upcoming Netflix original comedy..

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"djing" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast

"So maybe if i prayed and ask god strike me down enlightening because i wanted to get to the afterlife maybe considerate so you're telling you think your power enough you think that you're just as powerful as to control lightning i think god has enough for me major my good deeds on this planet and all the good i'm doing that he would go oh young christopher i saint twos done alan djing the weapons we don't write down upon the on the saints of the world for all the good that you have done stunts from the fifteen hundred this is a bolt of lightning against a simple human gumbo on oh my gosh it's been a long time dad i know yeah i think well my mother was alive i know now christopher your kids are going to church right you know i don't know what they do i know here we go this is really really easy today the winner is in it is like a boxing match that went twelve rounds and it is a just ten nine every round adam left lepto win hey good john lithgow really done you law when you took the role of the state i mean i'm just sitting here going i don't even need to hear any more arguments you know jury's already and it's over opening comments it was over that was a good job and christopher i i'm gonna get out my bible here in the room right see if i can come up with some more words for us in v now shall not strike upon i am i son phil simms jeez that'll do that might be good extra lightning ball better watch out.

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"djing" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"And i carry certain traumas because of it and not to put more weight on one or the other but to really just be honest the chapter two of the doubter djing says ever seen good bad pretty ugly the opposing we've missed the dow was like we get too caught up in trying to see everything positively we're gonna miss the truth of the situation we get stuck seeing everything negatively we're gonna miss the truth of situation we have to see it for what it is there is good there is bad there is pain there is pleasure there is things like this sort of the dallas term for is honest conversation this inward honestly with ourselves about how things in backed us and i really believe that has to be the starting point for most of this healing if someone's in cute flare up of it and you want to calm everything down and for me breath and body physical body and the breath are the two most powerful tools to to call down in the moment feel your feet on the ground make fist feel the contraction of your fist bring yourself fully into the present physical body and brief and just that process of becoming embodied and following the breath in and out of the body will shift the brain chemistry enough to get us out over panic attack get us out of a acute reactive pattern on it won't solve the problem but it will kind of keep the record from continuing this.

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"djing" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"On netflix you can still purchase it all k and stream and rented by it if you want to if you're not in that flex person it's it's great like when you finish making a record or on the shirt making a movie just that feeling writing a book just like you have no idea well plus i'm hammered djing dough trying to complete this project right you know so like when it finishes like okay no more hammer djing did you have rupture he'll on in that we did set some of the rob never never did interview him because rodwin through to he did the jaakko precise movie and the same thing like he he actually it's funny because i just found out that my names in the credits because he was doing i think it'd go fun before it yeah and i had him on my show and that put him over the the and because he's like listen i don't have flack album money i didn't play on enter sanmen safai finger like in big band in the states worldwide would other other countries that that are there big for you you case huge for us canada's our second largest market really yeah as our second largest market and i think i'm really trying to put together a coast to coast canadian tour next year yeah yup all way from like newfoundland we tried it last time and we almost made it all the way across but we didn't go all the way to like a halifax that we played vaccine we i think we think of canada when you go to the maritimes and stuff there's some so strange people if they're really nice oh man i i like it real good yeah yeah canada is all good especially 'cause i'm canadian so i think they give us a little extra love because they're like one of the guys is canadian rights within the killer two wars where you at the killer i was in the killer door soon okay hold on.

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"djing" Discussed on Women in Business

Women in Business

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on Women in Business

"I did whether it was in the print industry or on the recruiting side you know a lot of times you do have a boss and that's probably why don't work for someone now at definitely i can be at least i can't be pretty strong willed and i have my own opinions about you know that can be joan djing and so you know i think it's then you know because then you do have to listen to your boss in now when you're the boss you have to figure out okay we'll what what really makes sense and so i think you know it was making that transition and then realizing like okay i get to decide what it is and sometimes that you know very empowering but also sometimes it was very scary she's like what should i do but just plus i think i don't care how long you're in business they're always scary moments i mean i i've been privileged to meet some really really high level people and they question themselves all the time not to the point of i'm not going to do it but they really want to get the skinny and i'm things and they really wanna weigh the pros and the cons and they want to get advice from their mentors believe it or not at that high level they do have mentors of their own they may have four or five different ones in different areas but you know it is your business and you have to be conscious of it but again when you start it i don't think e commerce or digital marketing was that hot so how did you choose that so when i was in the print industry and towards the end of my career there a really did see digital starting to you know be the next thing and so for me it was seeing that.

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"djing" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Djing planning execution okay love that of those which are the top ones because you got teaching you got planning and execution which those go together well and then encouraging which you're just natch carol exhort encourage her let's put that one on the shelf because i want to go to the other ones teaching planning execution which of those three are your top top one probably the teaching job follow closely just by kind of the planning okay good strategy rather yeah all right what makes your soul come alive what have you dented as some of your top passions atop passion for me would just be like helping others just develop and also reach self actualization whether it's like a person or business i just you know when my top strang's strang finders developer able to see some things and people that they might not be able to see and so it is it really fires me up just to kinda help people understand you know what they're capable of just to activate them and debate them going to pour action good i love that it's very similar to me that's why i'm doing this show very much a lot of parallel there on that passion and mc side about let's go one more what are the topics and i'm using that loosely that you read about that you find yourself maybe doing a little research on don't know if it's a magazine subscription or you spend your time reading articles on on a daily basis on this topic what is the subject matter that really intrigues you.

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"djing" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Can't see it thank god in the video that's why i like porn like gay porn because they be zoomed like a bitch i know every day zoomed in a bit they well so the reason that i also wanted to talk about leaving massage because he brings me to the king could week can't get oh we djing so i don't know if you guys get to got to hear the home episode but in the home l episode i talked about one of the sexiest things that i've been told that i do asking for mission to come and recently i've been told no so that is pretty much edging every time i asked daddy can come and he says not yet after fucking hold that shit so edging is king of the week if you've never heard about it we may have talked about it on this show but this is definition it's approaching the edge of sexual orgasm and withdrawing usually several times before achieving orgasm meant to intensify and for men and increases the volume of jackie latian or can force it so like goes further anna lot one this applies to any sexual at is not limited to masturbation this is a little clip from urban dictionary my girlfriend and i like to before we fuck she performs oral sex until i'm just about to come and then we stop for a minute preventing orgasm and then we have intercourse after edging like this or intercourse lasts longer and the orgasm is stronger apparently got a bunch of interface but it was amazing like literally fucking me harder and harder and i had a fucking shit or taking out when i think of edging i automatically think of a man edging like not a female edging dude i've done it myself with masturbation so when i was going to see loverboy in europe adrian.

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"djing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"djing" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The vertebrae to your skin your muscles and your organs when the nerve tract or the pathway or the framing is we call it is narrow because the disks are shrinking or bowl djing or herniated sometimes those for the the lambda the area around that nerve needs to be you cut away to give the nerve more area to to exist now if people start to have shrinking of the muscles that those nerves goto that means there's so much impingement that the nerve electrical flows not getting to the muscle we call that atrophy if that's occurring you've gotta go in there and open up that that frame and get more more circulating there now that being said that's you know the worst case scenario we've seen lots of people over the years who have herniated discs that have back and neck problems and we've done everything from prolotherapy platelet rich plasma and in many cases also stem cell therapy that have had some really good outcome but i don't know the extent of what's going on in your body i don't know what other options you know i am getting on the right side deltoid muscle bicep muscle i've noticed that for a number of years now then that means that your nerves have been so damaged that the there there's progressive nerve degeneration or atrophy you you might need to have the surgical procedure done to take that pressure off the nerve and then do a lot of pt to get those muscles to try to come back okay he says in that sense we also talk about you know correcting vitamins minerals hormones prp platelet rich plasma therapy injections and theory that will bring growth factors there so there's lots of other options as well okay well i already great thank you so much for your call it's a pleasure yes.

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