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"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

02:28 min | Last month

"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"That's great so. I have questions about how the cadence of ruby on rails development works. So you're just coming off the release of rail six one do you immediately start merging poor requests in the master. Are you working towards rail to rail seven like what is next ruby on rails following alcove atias should be reassessed. You but david shows ascot does to restart thinking as these release as real savvy. He has big plans that are not going to tell right now because they may change. But i appreciate that. Dvd we talk about this place later. One of days like he said less december any way to do like reapplication jozy each of over the wire they hardawy approach it in. That's one of the features that's coming in the next railway show but as we release The first week candidate of rails we shot the new version. So like i really. Israel seeks y in e deigned of december in the same day. We shot the rails and all players. I usually like we try to release. Every of these lia was a little bit different mostly because of covid but i actually less was different because of covid also because i was so busy chop fight that they could not focus on the release but we are planning to these rails. Cough that the believe is going to be pro me. That's exciting. I'm hoping well. I don't know if we'll be able to be in person by that point. I think we're still not clear if that's that's going to happen. I'm looking forward to it regardless Ruby on rails comp always puts on a great show. So i'm excited for that. But thank you for the hints about Rail seven so that is exciting so rafael someone who is so ingrained in the ruby on rails community. You've been here for a long time and really have put a lot of your career into it. I'd love to know. What are your thoughts on the future of the ruby and ruby on rails communities. I personally very excited about the future of ruby Ibm working as a saturday. My ta help five..

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"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

03:03 min | Last month

"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"I'll say that's going to be included rails but feature that we are planning to officers a like make easy to re up acacia to actually change production data safely. You cannot see how excited i am right now. I cannot wait for that. Because i get a little bit of terror. Every single time. I have to open production console to modify really anything it could be the silliest thing but there's something sacred about production that always makes me nervous i was so glad whenever rails implemented the warning if you're You're test of your test. Setup for some reason was pointed at production. It would warn you. I mean it's never happened to me but just knowing that that that was there and those kind of considerations are put in place a really appreciated. Yes and like. That's the thing that we see every day shop fight like we have a feel hundreds of applications oury. The company in every single -plication was kind of beauty similar decisions in different ways. Like some of day where like creating that database migrations to incur- jobs to actually do them the the producer change or there's way using scripts like writing scripts zinc tacitus raped. So we thought our way to make these easy to build a tests also our way to make possible to people to not have to think about some that this could cause right like you could write a database change. That could rock a table and that means that like somebody who uses would not be able to us. Assess the table at your or you could be doing a loop to change all of their records for something that caused so many secrets that took down that the base because of that. So we decision your way. That's resilience to those cases that like we have totals to tell you that like your basis busy so we kind of make the weight instead of continuing primary your beijing dickey though how interesting with that also translate if you were going to run like a very intensive migration as well not at this point like migration a like we have solutions for these shop fi already like but i don't like me..

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"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"Everything's going to be happy. That sounds great. Sounds like definitely lead developer happiness. So i wanna talk about how shop affi- factors into it. So how do you allocate your time at shop between core work and open source so one of the ideas of my position shop fi. Is that like. I find the war that needs to be done myself so i don't have a lot of like allocated time to a whole. Pesos is varies. During the time of the day needs. Like i try to be very focused on the promise of shop. Fight self a user data to improve the framework but sometimes i focused more on my time to also like last december that i spend most of the time. Juries five one but the beginning of the was tomato. I locate time to open source. Because i had a team of sixteen people reporting to me and that took most of my time but could still do some bushes in there so like i said it depends a lot of what's are the need. Sometimes i need to focus really on radio. Sometimes i needs to focus on some public at shop. And i always try to do is to always have some were if an artemis. I'm wearing my team. Worked orioles most of the time so we continue to improve the for this episode of the five by five podcast is brought to you by scout. Apm scout is application performance monitoring designed to help developers quickly find fix performance issues without having to deal with the headache or.

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"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

05:47 min | Last month

"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"In to like. He used some quality shed off doing a lot of duplication. And that's how. I shot to put the boot rails. I think it took me off three months. I believe to be invited to be part of the race committee that we realize the pressure in the debate Could abruzzo path like shutters regular contributor and day you get access to commit to it self. After that you'll become a member. So i got in three months assets to be able to commit to raise because i think was annoying the other rails cuttings a lot because i was what he viewed others people. Pr a kind of getting that could be merged and i started to pin people. Say please move these pr. Please step ya. You're doing the work. I just need to press bertone. Like meat like assets president but yourself. I love that because we're recording. This in january just as people are still considering their new year's resolutions and so the fact that you set that to be a resolution back then and to this day are still a core. Contributor is just absolutely amazing and it's just proves you know the persistence and how much value there can be just moving things along and so i think it's very impressive that you became a core contributor within three months. I was actually very happy. Ends like to be very. Frank was a little bit hard because i was doing my free time. Not like my work time. Giving at work was expected to be accoutant in different company so i could not actually a whole rails so often that was during my free time and was a little bit hard but was also very or the i imagine sow so not only. Are you a core team member but you are also released manager for rails so raphael. Can you explain what that would mean. Yes so they release manager for rails like let's say is not special role like we usually rotate..

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"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

Ruby on Rails Podcast

05:15 min | Last month

"frana" Discussed on Ruby on Rails Podcast

"He's been a member of the real score teams twenty twelve missing contributor the most commits to the framework. Welcome to the show raffaelle. Thank you re oil or canada as places to be in the show. It's fantastic to have you so rafael. What is your developer origin. Sorry so i shot. It's like i think to twelve years ago will with beach be. He is smaller company in brazil. Doing like mocked the i besides so is more hopelessly. It's like bakeries in grocery stores as mall cdn brazil so after two years we've beach be a was already involved the ruby on rails ecosystem and they started to work towards like becoming a fulltime areas of ella and i started that path by working on some opus or sheets. That like where are well knowing. Ruby community like devising seem perform made by perform attack and after working a few months. Seeing those points. I go time fights tour interview at the former attack and that went very well. I shy situ with us. I've only in the foam attack old members. And that was my stock. Or the beginning of me or korea's with time and i was mostly working with as cassuto in different In the french tops in brazil waned even in the united states. As well and i spent like five years walk as a consultant was a very good like to me because i had the opportunity to walkie many different backgrounds. Not just like ruby is precisely but also like i work a little bit too. The league's language. I work as a while like with different database stories like my sequel portuguese mobile db. And yeah. I think that's my already. That is amazing that you were a platform attack. Now were you there. Whenever devise was at its peak popularity. Yes almost a divisor was releasing two thousand nine and the complete two thousand eleven but like i. I should maintain defies today. I think the popularity you started reading two thousand eleven. A lot of people using a lot of people excited about like dane tire casino of genes that platform attack created not only device but seen before me heritage resources and responders and yeah. It was pretty good to be there. I learned a lot from issues. I've only front. They are part the former tech members. That's fantastic so. I'm going to take guests. This is gonna relate to our next question but how did you become a rails core team member so that has a little bit of like background like i was working with. Hp that's all for the first time in my life actually Brazilian tika like a in officers community like us in did he was invited to be member of the risk calling to say dan and i say to myself like this amazing. I never saw brazilian being front of source community. When i get more space at what to be like heating and one year later shot to say and i started to just working we to my dream my goal to actually become part of Leader of opuses community and a as one of my new year's resolu- show. I decided to that like in january of two thousand twelve or would you start to raise and actually said dow a shot at to find different ways to right patches in the final one. That was like easy to me at the time. That was like everybody so you started to remove support you want. One eight was a lot of conditionals in the cold. Like if ruby. One that they do this this if not like the these are the part of the code so i shot to all those conditionals opie break west in daesh to get a separate. I started to get more. Use it with the debasing kind of shot it to be different. Like in bigger batches. My first.

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Far-right parties overtake Macron for first time in France poll

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Far-right parties overtake Macron for first time in France poll

"Far-right in Europe. According to the e for opinion, poll Marinela pens, national rally parties overtaken president Emmanuel Macron soon tourist party. Joining me the studio is Molly beyond journalist for French media. Welcome to the broker. So what kind of figures does this new poll reveal? Well, it does reveal that since the the last polls in this in the summer the rally the national rally as gone up a few percent and the centrist part of the president as gone down a few percent. So in means that as the election. The the campaign hasn't started yet already. You can see the party are edging. They're betting away. But what you have to remember is that for years ago five years ago when election happened in two thousand nineteen the Hornets United was already the most Popular Party for European action. They want to four percent of the French freight and nothing it was cystic. There were six behind the the majority which was then U N P center center. Right. So it's not exactly a surprise that as we get closer to the election at Saad result campaign the Hornets. You're that the former for national national ready. Is doing better and better. Also. Because of course, they position party and the party. That's the power is always the most that's the most critics criticized, and of course, is not executive more most popular president. So that's all playing against him. No way. There's also the this question of this video this promotion video that was basically Ed by the government supposed to be nonpartisan and supposed to be just you're pushing young people in particular. But everybody in France to go and vote because we know that only one in four friendship pollen in twenty year fourteen when to vote so do video was made to push people. Get you vote but seen as some kind of propaganda because it seems to be, you know, going very well with the way put it on my home elections. Let's not playing well for him. Either. Exactly, Molly pen seems to be a very persistent political political character in France, indeed Frana journal was her party before. Now, it's national rally house much changed. And how is the rice wing side doing in front at the moment? It's more fragmented than ever before. It is. Absolutely. I mean, the national firm national from the national rally is not doing so well in terms of national politics. I mean, we know marine Le Pen is embroiled in a few scandals one including wave perhaps she's being accused of allegedly using European funds to basically have people work for for pouty duties and not a European parliament duties read, something that's on ongoing so integral national idea, it's not going very well. We remember, of course that during the presidential election. She were she is binded a lot of people do with performance since then she still I mean, she still the National Front still is the second party of FRANZ. She says because they're the only one who went to the second round.

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"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Eighty yeah heard all the oppressed but i doubt that god got him break out the suits and ties and hard bottoms self jar with a desk and a nice office learn with joy all that garbage that life off was don't ever again show your face on the stage right the name ace on the page done wherever let you back in the door should get a smack in that you saw rapper no more already proved that at the lyricist lounge fair frana battle with brown's you wrote on the way there maybe next time you'll know not the play fair so your best written shit in school day but through the sad and all of the bad press i can't recall the time in the past and you had less nobody out keep your me we've wanted to save sincere lead dietary swab cast cash shepherd we saw ovidio what's sofa.

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"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

"And that's kissing case you can't spell trust eighty what's yeah heard all the oppressed but i doubt that god got him breakout the suits and ties and hard bottoms get yourself jar with a desk in a nice office learning joy all the garbage that life off was don't ever can show your face on the stage right the name master ace on page done let you back door should get a smack in joel that you shall be wrapping no more already proved that livers lounge fair frana battle brown's role on the way there maybe next time you'll know not the play fair so your best written shit in school them but the sad passing all of the bad press camera call tom in the past and you had less anybody out keep your really me we've wanted to save sincere sincerely diet swap cass cashier can you say chef we saw people getting ovidio what's sofa have been quite some but i'm come though i'm sinful than trying to bad or the currently we deal the fish civil liberties from the look the way that you refill three with cutler the never what point that picked it for tipping thicke the afflicted with thomason mission critical visit trouble fishery the kansas put it mitch sitting pissing fluffing jetties like a chemist but everyday afric relic every every wave arctic that all fell clock topping with gut at you for you picks up paul shoot complexity filling security feddie wet give me.

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"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Trust no one eighty what's for your day yeah heard all the oppressed but i doubt that god got him breakout suits and ties and hard bottoms get yourself jar with a desk and a nice office learn with joy all the garbage that life office don't ever again show your face on the stage right and they mess ace on a page kitschy done webber let you back in the door should get a smack in the jaw but you sure shembe wrapping no more already proved that at the lyricist lounge fair frana battle with brown's you wrote on the way there maybe next time you'll know not the play fair so your best written shit and school the like day care but through the sad past all the bad press i came to call tom in the past and you had less anybody out they keep your live in me we wanted to save sincerely diary swat chest cash sad chef s we saw video what's soulful.

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Trump tweets that Biden would "go down" in fight with president

The News with Gene Valicenti

02:02 min | 3 years ago

Trump tweets that Biden would "go down" in fight with president

"The day here on wpro news time is seven oh two there's new trouble frana stacey williams reporting this morning channel twelve says the providence democrat is accused of pushing and bullying someone who testified against one of her legislative bills into that report speaker looking into the incident state representative anaesthesia williams guy with egg on his face this morning mark zuckerberg of facebook emerges cnn interview after days of silence soccer burke making a may culpa after the unauthorized leak of the personal data fifty million facebook users responsibility now is to make sure that this doesn't happen again and there are a few basic things that i think we need to do to ensure that one is making sure that developers like alexander kogan crew got access to a lot of information and then i'm improperly used it just don't get access to much information going forward mark zuckerberg on cnn who says he'd be happy to go before congress to testify and he concedes might be time for more congressional regulation for the internet giants like facebook finally president trump is firing back at joe biden this morning after biden said during the talk down at the university of miami that he wanted to beat the heck out of him presidents on twitter he says that the former vice president would go down fast and hard and crying all the way former vice president made those comments and anti sexual assault rally down in miami citing the access hollywood tape joe biden says if he were in high school he taken behind the gym beat the heck out of him presidents yes go ahead and try wpro sports two thousand eighteen four bruins have clinched a playoff berth they backed in they lost his saint louis last night in overtime two to one week 'til opening day for the red sox beat the rays at charlotte eight two three three more rbi's for jd martinez another home run for catcher utility man blake swihart in the win for the red socks over the raisins don't forget andy gresh talking about sports latest on the saga surrounding coach hurley down there in kingston will he stay will he go through know coaches services wanted by uconn university of pittsburgh.

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"frana" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"And in that moment i said to myself who's gonna tell her who's gonna tell her went so badly in ways you can finish the quickness i'll i'll began in which says i am a risktaker artistically but clearly this rendition didn't strike the intended home actually the quote i had suggestions from charles barkley afterward what did he say i need a cigarette it was like she was it was like she was frana sexy tinder flirt with like america would you not we've all had a already moment excuse me everyone's pulled the fergie just you wave just on weight people i i wouldn't i i i wouldn't have done it at the allstar game okay lesser we got one more oh here we go we know there were many unanswerable questions and even more unbelievable stories from last year's session one saga who who said that i have no idea found a friend i don't i give a hint ya fastfood chain oh oh handed berger i did up mcdonald's with this panic spread weight but he's a guy ever got when they had these sources for a cartoon what's i didn't have enough saw some people were met what's the show what's the show ricky morning brick okay whatever it is so there's a tale there's a tale so this is actually promotional language pro mcdonald's advertising their new podcast tunnels has apply that's his guests are over it's called the sauce that's it but i am making this up.

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"frana" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"The timberwolves frana hit midtable got got a bit going to see drake growth old school a eight i was the last dudayev remember used to play late 42 minutes a game gene admitted to king bruised ribs would you to shoulder with the but he's out through weeks he missed like half a gay becoming at that brutal with the muslim or what people fail to realize that those incentives them contract incentives man royce and right now james harden hass two will he has to he's thirty nine to win the ep play he doesn't want to wait that long and he's at his uh is a two hundred million yes to get the two hundred million so you know he doesn't wanna miss too much so have you ever see him ball and out crazy i mean he he's a game reason and get it in but he always shuts down once the season ends like it's like oh sorry this is all really wanted to do true this he's a game raise going to get it in that wasn't sure we talk about the court of the club anymore late out no two hundred million dollar incentive for the mvp at no eight you a his deal will get to two hundred million dollars it's not like right now legit extra million list what piqued at all understand about the shoe market is when people sign for certain lucrative contracts right his his deal was thirteen years for two hundred million right and everybody's like legit always accumulated six hundred million now offered a contract he signed with the rockets to in other money may yes he's making a lot of money but in a saint in the same breath he asked them reach so much a his in it in those thirteen years to get the full to others.

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"frana" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on WEEI

"Time i mentioned which seemed to place already with the saints in the panthers in which players were going out there will punches thrown in this game already they're not going to suspend those players every single sunday you watch games in which you see after apply players going it other players we're all these says managing saying that i would add with the rockets to sixty five and this guy's what one hundred ninety five two hundred one y you y y you take that against growing while you know i am not wholly it against frana guy who held him human cry there's going to be thirty one other markets sure i said that are going to be rooting horse suspension well that's the difference in every one which cheer maybe goodell needs more a quick will from the league and from the fans because of for all this stuff is going through jimmy johns who knows what all the politics his another thing too dell does not need anything to make a decision to screw the patriots he did a stroke susan serums or other there was a hold on hold while willard time time to placate was different because the commissioner was standing up for article forty six and he was playing that whole game to show that he would again he is the almighty ozzie can do whatever he wants in the star okay that's what he was doing you this is a this is a a hit after the whistle in a football game something you see virtually every single sunday and i don't see all the suspensions out there where the suspensions they hardly suspend birth eight the reverend every waged a known criminal so is it grew by only raves about guy i i i trust you.

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"frana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of north carolina how are you sir i'm doing well john i it's great to be with you i i tell you i must admit the picture of you all know frana that new york magazine how how far will sean hannity go meet and listen it's very becoming of you my friend i think they could have picks a more realistic picture of me oh my gosh the of makes you out to be like uh an off a bad man or something i thought the funny thing is and so i you sit there they take like a thousand pictures and in the beginning i was joking i said here this is the shot you want and i and i did it on purpose and they actually chose that shot i mean alec is that that's how they want to portray conservatives a well it isn't exactly how they want to portray conservative let me if they realized in back we or what was behind the man faith in his brain and how he indeed loves america perhaps they would have put a different picture but you know this is uh this is a liberal view of who you are sean but i can tell you america knows better with i must confess that uh i was taken back by the the picture on the front of the bank is kind of like that shannon's quote that i am the voice of the deplorables gaza mom one of them and look we got a lot to get done this to me is now the most serious time for the republican party either they're gonna hand out on the out without a doubt and i'm not confident you got eight republican senators that dr indicating that they could vote against this tax pill and from what i hear is going on i mean ron johnson is not convinced corker is not convinced the danes a montana john mccain of course senator langford of oklahoma susan collins jeff snowflake of arizona lisa murkowski yet senator maranan and marco rubio news said that he's not decided yet yeah you've got a lot of people back better up in the air shot failures not an option you know that uh with it if we can't put this all the president death by december twenty percent have him signed into law there is no reason to have a.

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"frana" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Right yeah they always follow each other frana's in baltimore maryland fran welcome to the show go ahead well good new hey did you feel the earthquake yesterday no i didn't feel hitler i am but some people said they felt a little show little has korver yeah yeah but russian i heard you mention groucho marx show uh you know you bet your life and i thought oh i have the call because uh leave they tried to revive that show growth is only one groucho but they tried to revive it you're a member who tried to bring that show back our who was bill conti really yes he had a show he tried to redo it you know you bet your life and the thing about it almost lost my job because they held on audition here in baltimore and i thought wouldn't it be signing so i warmly jumped i'm gonna make a little run i'll makes the time uh when i come back not knowing anything about auditions i go down this three hundred people at the first audition and they explain that they were only going to pick five people so everybody did the audition we you know when you do you audition and they say can you stay well that's what happened to me and i'm thinking or more more there's about one hundred twenty people left i'm going to lose my job well luckily what happened i ended up getting on that show and i'll so when i went back and told them that i have gotten picked as one of the five to be on the reback thinking them remake show of that uh you bet your life vet see much job because it was almost as a great story thanks ram in the have a great christmas too hard to believe were in the.

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"frana" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Frana it's a very much feels like a homecoming and when i go back to pi at it very much feels like a homecoming and now when i go back home to austin it feels the coming home so you have budget home i'm i'm building so you move done austin two years ago yeah and what happens you know i'm being a grown up so i have to do all the grown of things legua like set up a bank account oh wow yeah i just keep all my on any the mattress but so smart like string being nights i should probably looking to look into doing that especially as i start to lino acquire at more homes the band uh so i i go into bank of america and it kinda sucks setting up a bank account for someone in my situation because i'm a musician do you know how to pressing mattis so the whole eight was like 45 fifty minutes of just like complete depression i'm in the studio office and i think we're wrapping things up and then like as i'm about to leave the office he for whatever reason and i still like to this day i have no idea what compelled him to tell me this story uh but he started telling me the story about his grandfather who was a trucker in texas and when he got to his grandfather's funeral he found out that he had a completely separate family on the west coast so his grandfather who is a trucker he had this family in texas but he also had a family in california for equally as long embittered nodia different children no no one had any idea they all met.

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"frana" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Um really really showing that brought oh um showing that cockiness showing the he's really here to fight um and to someone watch how to steal the stage from conroy jets with his antics any kaunda gets flowing into a mind game situation and and and you know as him you know pull in some type of mistakes and gets car would big shot in gets hurt and um he can stop them or well or okay or i see or i see flowing are playing into any of these antics and being in being who he is to stay poise and and their stay in the station in these boxing skills just to pay counterpart and either later rounds it no stop conner from from just accumulation of shots and maybe we cut so or jeers or just being just beat up or just all box them for twelve rounds and just trying to make him and he's trying to make it look silly wait a second that's a lot of possibilities there you gotta pick one you can sit on the fence here three s too many how relatives i gotta think about three red i can't take one either like i can't take water 'cause i like i said it's the fai game anything apps after like a fairly see the full it's either in our conduct catch some early you know cases is morally finishes them or floyd it is what i'll box them and just makes them look silly and just shot embarrassing or like i say it or you can just sit dangerous working touch 'em all night and gives china bhutto just iraq punches and beat him up swear lives eyes up you know get cuts whatever the case may be cause when you in nettle twelve rounds no you feel those twelve rounds go twelve rounds on needs either the just get through and and and just by looking at past you know we have the fat performances by conaway frana may be is he got a little when did after in four or five rows blerta you know we're like i said well now.

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"frana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"frana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nineteen 67 watching army tanks patrolled the city's streets she calls the unrest a rebellion against constant police brutality one that actually had an upside she says it led to detroit electing its first black mayor who integrated the police force but cockrel notes the uprising also accelerated an exodus of white people and financial capital out of detroit and the irony is that today working class poor black people today are worse off than in nineteen sixty seven a presidential commission late determined that systemic racism had driven the rioting officials initially downplayed that report but some detroiters they the reasons behind the rebellion must not be consigned to the past woah a small part now stands were the uprising i ignited detroit or lamont causi calls it an attempt to sanitize events city officials would rather forget up on folks frana high the the stigma of about what i would you can though history another we can't do that talk about an order the move forward so those will we quasi says he's lived in this neighborhood all his life he glances at the overgrown areas nearby and says the ravages left from the uprising remained very apparent look around us gomez he said the of businesses are usually the bunch eregli houses right now though we waiting and hope in the good redeveloped those will we way nor fifty years than fifty years there are plans afoot to create new stores and even a cultural center on the spot but causi and others here say they meet official pronouncements with a mix of hope and suspicion they were targeted fifty years ago by police sworn to protect them and the whoo gunes remain very raw and very real for npr news i'm quinn klein filter in detroit laura this is npr news and you're listening to morning edition on wnyc in new york i'm richard hake good morning it's seven eighteen sixty nine degrees clouds right now in new york city some trouble on nj transit this morning service on the montclair bhuttan line is suspended between hacketts town amount olive due to a down tree also be north jersey coastline running about fifteen minutes late signal problems on the each train and dna and subway trains are also delay because of a down tree on the tracks showers this morning highs near seventy three decrease wnyc supporters include memorial sloankettering cancer center offering cancer treatment options.

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"frana" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"frana" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"Well i've certainly had like many fulfilling creative experiences as as an actor but there is something about this world because this is now my third rodeo with her for the most part it's the same core crew since afternoon delight same dp uh this mean this man at jimmy frana who's on an believable he's like and family at this point in you know he's so instrumental to the making of the thing i can't even describe it and for the most part the same editors kind of work on all of them and so they know exactly what they're looking for and what kind of mine it's different because there isn't um there isn't a division of like cast and crew i can't describe it like usually you'll start something in a normal cetin you'll rehearsed crew will come in and throwdown marks and then they'll give it to the crude oil light and then give it back to the cast so the dishes weird kind of like energy shift between the cast in the crew as the day goes on and enisa kind of everyone starts on the same like plane kind of democratic playing field it just feels like the great equalizer everyone you start the day feeling like you've set an intention of what we're all gonna make together it's the same like i come from the theater in it so it just feels like saint common sense like like you know the circus feeling like we couldn't you know the if we weren't there for the guy setting up the tent we would you know you couldn't do it the joking because we all know that were in it together and that kind of like putting on a show in a barn feeling for some reason you just the stakes go away from it and it just you say you feel like you're completely without fear and with that makes sense at all he just feel like it's such a creative safety net you don't feel like a with a stopwatch freaking out wringing their hands together panicking that we're not getting something like you don't ever start a scene thinking oh i'm going to get it wrong ever like you just you just dart and you find it i want to play another clip from i love dirk an um this is also from the pilot episode and.

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