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Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Should Discussions of Race Make It Into Our School Curriculum?

"Only thing i'm saying is when you're teaching history to a bunch of kids you know you have to teach at all at least you have to teach the basic pointers and for black americans. The history of this country has been less than favourable. So i think that in the context of that discussion saying and to this day. We still have some problems with race. There are some legacies of slavery that still affect black people working on it today. Something like that. That's a kind of racial ization that i'm in favor of because it doesn't encourage stereotyping. It doesn't encourage discrimination. It just encourages a base awareness of some serious problems. So but that's not happening right. Is that largely what we're seeing through school districts like chicago And in washington. Dc and the entire california school system representing ten thousand schools and six million student. I've seen the of documents on those. Yeah it is that it. It doesn't have that kind of nuance and complexity that you just present right where it's eight. Let me just say this has that part of the kind of ark angel triumphant of the woke ism. Coalition is nicole. Hannah jones robin diangelo. Mex- and nicole hannah jones in particular right the author of the sixteen nineteen project She heretical says that america was founded on slavery. Right and so part okay with that but it's just not true. Depends on what you mean by found this. She defines this. She says the founding fathers were in favorite not true. George washington wasn't john adams wasn't john quincy. Adams wasn't thomas jefferson even signed a moratorium new slaves coming into the united states ben franklin chair and anti-slavery convention in seventeen seventy five. None of these guys were writing x. Positionally how wonderful slavery. This isn't being taught to third graders sixteen nineteen projects little new york op. Ed and you know it's not a see that's where you're wrong. The sixty nineteen projects being implemented at school district curriculum in thousands of school districts across grew. Cross it's not just like a podcast. This curriculum there are principles of the sixteen nineteen project that i think are defensible. First of all we as americans tend to think of the founding of our country as its legal founding. You know but the legal. Founding of the united states didn't really mean much for a slave.

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Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

02:36 min | Last month

Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

"I wanted to quickly take a minute just to talk about connected living who we are and what we've been doing for the past decade or so. So we're based on Quincy masks. We've been around for over ten years, really leading with technology and programs to help communities connect protect and engage residents, families and employees. Regardless of where they live, they could be in a home setting. This would be in any level of living within a senior living lifeline community. Or in a memory care setting, we actually help them connect with families friends, residents and employees. And obviously we've seen this past year, you know, it's been a marathon, but one of the silver linings coming out of it has been just the pace of innovation bread. And we've heard that both some pets and the folks from constant companion mark that innovation has really been in the forefront, whether it's voice for other technologies that have really reshaped the healthcare landscape. And what I wanted to do on this slide is just take a minute to talk about our ecosystem. We at the very core we have a HIPAA compliant cloud based platform what we call as the CMS system. It's a web based admin panel. And what that does is it helps push content out to any of these endpoints that you see around the circle, whether it's the native mobile apps that were created on Android and iOS, whether it's that interim television channel that we bring in through your cable provider or the Apple TV app that we created during the pandemic, making that experience very interactive. Obviously, voice is front and center and is a key part of our strategy on all of our platforms. We were very fortunate to be tapped on the shoulder by Amazon Alexa very early in the days of voice and we have created our own Alexa senior skill with over 200 prompts. And obviously that translates to other platforms as well, such as the robotics that you're going to be able to witness your in the short while. And we've also got really state of the art digital signage. One of the unique things about our signage is that we have a native asset controls 100% of the real estate on the finance, so we can literally do things like integrate with a community social feed. We could customize and design any part of that signage experience. And then of course, you have people who still want your printed newsletters and calendars. We have that

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The American Whig Party

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:55 min | Last month

The American Whig Party

"S weren't important time in american history. I've touched on this area in a few previous episodes in particular the one on the election of eighteen. Twenty four and on the six political eras in american history episode by the time of the eighteen. Twenty election the federalist party had completely fallen apart president. James monroe literally ran unopposed for president in eighteen. Twenty four all four. The candidates for president who received electoral votes came from the same party. The democratic republican party after this election the democratic republican party to fell apart and they were replaced by democratic party which was led by andrew jackson. This is the direct descendant of the modern day political party with the same name in eighteen. Twenty eight the incoming president was john quincy adams and he ran against jackson but the party. He was associated with wasn't really an organized party. It was alternatively called the national republican party the anti jacksonian party and the plain old republican party although this was not related to the modern day party jackson dominated the political landscape during this era from eighteen. Twenty eight to eighteen thirty six. He was president and even after his presidency. He cast a long shadow over american politics. The opponents of jackson were at i simply known as anti jacksonians because they were united in their opposition to jackson. It wouldn't be correct to say that the anti jacksonians were simply a revival of the federalist party. By this time there had been a complete realignment. In the american political system some democratic republicans went on to form the new democratic party but some also became anti jacksonians. The beginning of the whig party began with the nullification crisis. Congress had passed a series of tariffs in eighteen twenty eight and eighteen thirty two which dramatically increase the taxes on imported goods. This was vehemently objected to in the south which called it. The tariff of abominations as the south was highly dependent on agricultural exports

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Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

Cracking Aces

02:44 min | 2 months ago

Jake Recaps an Unreal $40K Weekend

"Jake you had a good weekend. You finish eighth in the five hundred dollar bracelet event for almost nine k. You chopped the party to fifteen major for six point five k. And you finished second in the w three twenty one hundred k. Guaranteed whilst heads up to a ten cents and go grindr which that got so so you got. You got twenty three for that. So that's what people wanna talk about. Is that that specific tournament score both burkey matt burke who you've had on the show software why he was streaming it with you at his table from maybe fourteen down and he made the final table as well and it was one of the more wild just rides to the final table. It was pretty crazy. I mean it's funny. How things can change so quickly. Because i mean i basically the chip lead from like i think eighty cash biscuit the chip lead from when the money head down to maybe like sixteen or seventeen and then all of a sudden. We're basically like there's twelve left. Eleven that them on the bubble. And it's like there's and on my table. It's me burkey Vlad was was a turning rag Another attorney rag. And i'll emc each in then the other table go now. The goat was on the other table. Chair Whenever his name was hammy or whatever you know jamming fish that ended up winning it Who was just like a total wild card and so it was i. I was actually fortunate to be pretty card debt and not really have like any like supergirl spots we final table. I literally the first hand this final table. This this guy opens under the gun and then calls like twenty blind region with queens suited And i'm like and i had to like i wasn't even like jan j hammy called with the quincy to raise called. Maybe two hands later. I mean it was just it was just wild. It was like he basically just like would randomly go and pre flop for any amount and he would call any amount like it was actually kinda gross. Because with like five left's i think I was five or five. And i had like seventeen blinds. Ali opens the cutoff and have an incredibly easy region with sixes on the button. But i'm man like obviously this is just like a amazing spot but this guy might call with jack antonoff from big blind like he's stole the chip lead end up getting through and didn't really face any. Ah of those like crazy hands until we got ended up getting heads

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Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through Facebook. The other day when I saw someone from the town I lived in growing up Quincy Illinois. Post an ad talking about, the Duncan yo-yo Champion coming to town and like 1969 or 1970. He came to one of our drugstores. I believe it was Brown's Rexall out of the shopping center. If I'm not mistaken, I was there and I fell in love with you. Ross is a kid and I was fascinated by these yo-yo Champions who went from town to Town showing all of their skills. You're Duncan Imperials, your Duncan butterflies, I still have probably ten, yo, yo, stashed away somewhere and I haven't played with them for years. I bought the official strings, I've got string wax and I loved playing with yo-yos, I could walk the dog and rock the cradle and do all those kinds of things and I realized fads Come and Go toys come and go but the yo-yo I know was big 50s and I had them in the sixties and seventies, but I don't know if yo yos have ever made a comeback since if they have I must have missed it somewhere. I love caring two or three around in my pocket and playing with them when I was bored. I guess video games have taken them away.

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Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Yo-Yo Champion (MM #3728)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through Facebook. The other day when I saw someone from the town I lived in growing up Quincy Illinois. Post an ad talking about, the Duncan yo-yo Champion coming to town and like 1969 or 1970. He came to one of our drugstores. I believe it was Brown's Rexall out of the shopping center. If I'm not mistaken, I was there and I fell in love with you. Ross is a kid and I was fascinated by these yo-yo Champions who went from town to Town showing all of their skills. You're Duncan Imperials, your Duncan butterflies, I still have probably ten, yo, yo, stashed away somewhere and I haven't played with them for years. I bought the official strings, I've got string wax and I loved playing with yo-yos, I could walk the dog and rock the cradle and do all those kinds of things and I realized fads Come and Go toys come and go but the yo-yo I know was big 50s and I had them in the sixties and seventies, but I don't know if yo yos have ever made a comeback since if they have I must have missed it somewhere. I love caring two or three around in my pocket and playing with them when I was bored. I guess video games have taken them away.

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Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

Latino USA

01:38 min | 4 months ago

Latinos Role in NASA and Mars Perseverance

"Dna through he'll with working late at nastase. Jpl jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena. California the night before the perseverance rover would finally touchdown on the surface of mars. That night. i think it was the only reflecting on that reflecting also when family understanding how far we have gotten us humanity and recognizing that everybody is going to get to see what we're about to do on mars as flight director for the rover. Deanna knew that in just a couple of hours should be a part of history. I was setting up and getting ready for the first spanish language. Landing broadcast and nasa has done for a planetary mission. Orla obama despite while he admitted they order presents yet. Quincy aurora della nasa perseverance equivocal. Doj got his massive data scientists that beneath deanna would lead this broadcast and give a play by play as the rover inch closer and closer to landing. The idea for spanish language broadcasts came to her when she was working on another mars mission about a decade ago curiosity it came to my mind may be like a week or a few days before. Curiosity landed in two thousand twelve. But since then i've been going to the media office Time there's a major mission happening like hey. We should listen spanish. Hey we should do this. In spanish and yet so right before perseverance started. I mentioned it again and constantly feel like for seven years and then they said yes

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"quincy" Discussed on Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

"I'll say something. And i'll be like right quincy. Isn't that great that she just did that and trying to get him to chime in. Because i know what works really well with her. I'm always pushing him to be more verbal in that sense. I don't want you to work so hard at this. For a couple of reasons one is and i want to get back to getting children to express themselves very much like mica you can lead by example so when you come home and you tell and they can be brief because the kids are tired. They're hungry they're bored with you a little bit but anything amusing or delightful or and courage ing. That happened your day if you tell them about that. And then you're quiet. It can very often open the door. It sets off an association from their day. And if you're quiet and patient they will share in-kind the reason i said i don't want you to work so hard is the right quincy part right quincy. Don't don't you want to say something. Nice to kendall. Now because women these days in the world it's very important for them to feel the affirmation of men especially their dads so let her know how great she is. I have a feeling that quincy and kendal have solid affiliation and mutual understanding. That's pretty deep for a twelve year. Old girl quincy. I don't know how old you are but a dad has considerably older. Do you and kendall share any interest that jeremiah. And don't anything can be super. Shallow can be deep. Marvel all the superhero stuff. That's true marble moment. The mar- edstrom marvel movies audit. I liked the women. Marvel superheroes like captain marvel man can watch over and over and over together which we really enjoy. Okay when you watch these movies over and over together tell me where you're sitting how long it goes on. And whether or not you provide commentary about what you're watching make observations or you both just take it in and your relaxed and fulfil at the same time. Just set the scene a little bit right. So i'm usually laying or sitting on the couch and there's lots of space to sit and she'll come and literally on top of all he has to be on me touching ma and we don't talk much way so are you facing in different directions. Your heads are in different directions. Same direction is a comfortable for you. It is very true. I liked leaning and like les army leaning and burr facing the wrong direction. And she won't move unless i make our mood and we don't really talk during the movie. We just watched the movie and just kind of enjoy together so ever. Just look at the scene. What we have here is a twelve year old girl and her dad and it so similar. It's a much more grownup version of a baby sitting on a parent's lap and the parent is kinda bouncing the baby but what they're doing is they're in the marvel universe together. They are flying. They are leaping they're solving and the mirror neurons between them are flying around the end..

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"quincy" Discussed on Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"quincy" Discussed on Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

"I was just screaming and flipping out and saying oh my god. I can't do this. And then i always say she's my child. That has made me grow as a person more than anybody because she has forced me to look inside myself and say why am i smelling. Why am i annoyed at this. Why frustrated at this and also getting to know quincy because her and him are so incredibly similar. So i kind of think back to all right. Well it's been sixteen years with quincy. These were the problems we had in the beginning. This is kendall now. So what was my approach with. Quincy and will it work with kendall and so one of the big things when she does get in her moods we call her the moods. I give her her space for a little bit. Which is what i had to learn to do with quincy and then i'll go up and i'll say can i talk to you now. Can we talk. And we'll just shut the door and it'll just be her and i and most of the time it's doing a lot of talking and there was a while they were. I thought oh my god. I think i'm just saying i don't think she's paying attention. But then we're in the unique position where we work with all of her teachers so we get to know them really well. So they'll say kendall came in today and told me that mommy said and i was like oh my god. She's listening all those our converse she's listening. So that is what has worked with me in her and then with jeremiah. Our personalities are so similar. So i kinda know how he ticks how he works. I can have a really quick in-depth conversation with him and he'll just get it. He'll start analyzing asked me what if questions and hold carry the conversation further. And i want them to see that men do talk and they do have in-depth conversations and that you know. I use the term that they're scared to talk to that not of course if anything major but because of his immediate reaction is just. Oh it's a girl thing it's dramatic or that's because your mom babies you and you don't want to man up and do what you have to do and i'm like but but no i'm teaching them. That feelings are okay as a boy you can cry. You can be upset. That's okay we just got to figure out what to do with those emotions afterwards. And then he kind of takes the other approach with suck it up. That's the way. I was raised ozone taught as a boy yet. Tough less emotion g. Show the stronger. You appear and so i've kind of gone on the same parenting logic with my kids as well so i don't see me not talking as much as much as as abc's on a times. I'm talking her off the edge when she's losing it or yelling. So i think the difference in kind of helps balance out as far as parenting and i do see some similarities in kendall and myself and i know that like myself personally. I don't like to talk about a lot of things..

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Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Coca-Cola Will Raise Prices to Offset Higher Commodity Costs

"Have to pay more to get yourself a can of Coke. Coca Cola CEO James Quincy told CNBC that the company is raising prices on some of its beverages for the first time since 2018 due to higher commodity costs, following similar moves by other consumer products makers. Like J. M. Smucker and Kimberly Clark, the Atlanta based company top first quarter earnings expectations, with store sales strong enough to offset another week quarter of restaurant and bar sales, where Coca Cola has historically enjoyed strong market share.

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Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Teenager Charged In Dorchester, Boston, Shooting That Damaged Postal Truck

"Shooting in Dorchester and left a postal truck riddled with bullet holes. A 17 year old suspects been charged with aiding and abetting and assault with a dangerous weapon shooting happened just after noontime yesterday. On the area of Quincy Street, and they see a street Nobody was hurt. But the postal truck and some surrounding cars were damaged Lisa a short time later, the teenage suspect checked himself into an area hospital with a non life threatening gunshot wound. He was later arrested

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Person hospitalized after car slams into health center in Roxbury, Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Person hospitalized after car slams into health center in Roxbury, Boston

"Slammed into a neighborhood vaccination center. WBC's James RoHaas is there and joins us now live with an update. Good morning, James. Good morning, some here on Blue Hill have and Quincy Street at the satellite clinic for the Whittier Street Health Center. The front window smashed out shards of glass scattered all over the sidewalk. It looks like the car that crashed into the building early this morning didn't make its way inside, rather damaging the windows and the facade, but it's hard to say what damage has been left to the structure. No woman has reportedly been taken to the hospital. Their condition unknown. No word how This will affect the vaccination appointments. But when we find out we will be sure to pass it along in Roxbury. James

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Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 6 months ago

Former Boston Police Chief Davis: Kill Switch In Every Police Cruiser ‘Would Be A Good Thing’

"Yesterday's Rockland 7 11 robbery shot and killed by police after stealing a police cruiser. And then leading officers on a chase through six South shore communities. Here's WBZ TV is Christina Rex, WBZ security analyst and former Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis says. What makes this case unique is not the stolen cruiser but the length of the chase and the amount of times the suspect managed to escape police. Each one of those individual things happens. Really frequently but combined together, this is an unusual circumstance. Leach was shot and killed by police once they finally stopped him in Quincy after a long effort by hostage negotiators. They say he came out of the cruiser brandishing a police rifle. So when the suspect being guarded by officers on the SWAT team to drop the weapon He doesn't comply and starts to make aggressive moves with the police. Only thing they can do is fire. While the unfortunate end of the chase may have been unavoidable, Davis says there's technology in some police cars that prevent them from being stolen, called the kill switch. Now, when asked if somebody did something wrong, Davis says. Not necessarily. The incident is being investigated by the Norfolk County District Attorney's office, which is standard protocol whenever police used deadly force theory.

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‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 6 months ago

‘I Don’t Fault Him’: Rockland Police Chief Says Officer Left Cruiser Unlocked While Running After Suspect

"Shooting an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rockland police car yesterday in Quincy. After a tense standoff in a chase through several towns. The suspect, identified as 36 year old Eric Leach, has died. Is WBZ TV is Nick Emmons officer drew his service revolver, pointed it at him. I told him to get on the ground. He refused to comply with the commands and, in fact, put his arms up and challenge the office of the shoot him. That's when the officer tried to tase Leech, but that didn't work. Cell phone video shows two officers chasing leech around the home before he jumps into Iraq Land Police cruiser that set off a chaotic police chase. Bergen Parkway in Quincy. The big concern the police rifle inside the cruiser that leech managed to unlock at 9:45 A.m.. This standoff came to a violent end despite the numerous request to surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. State police stop team member just charged his weapon and shot the suspect. Norfolk District Attorney's office handles this investigation. Weymouth police also confirming that One of their cruisers was damaged during the Chase, A police officer in Abington was injured after his cruiser hit a utility pole and rolled over during the chase. He is recovering. And is expected to be OK. It

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Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach

WBZ Programming

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Robbery suspect killed by police in Quincy identified as Boston area's Eric Leach

"Released the name of the armed robbery suspect killed by a state trooper in Quincy 36. Year old Eric Leach, with past known addresses in Winthrop and Brockton, Norfolk, D. A. Michael Morrissey says Leach was shot as he exited the Rockland Police Cruiser. He drove away from the scene of a reported armed robbery of a convenience store, the numerous request his surrender. The suspect started to come out of the passenger door with the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect. Leach was taken to Boston Medical Center but did not survive. An offer D A's office is investigating. Boston's

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Armed Robbery Suspect Killed by Police in Quincy, Massachusetts

WBZ Afternoon News

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Armed Robbery Suspect Killed by Police in Quincy, Massachusetts

"Where an armed robbery suspect in a stolen Rocklin police car was shot by police this morning after a tense standoff and chase through several towns. This all started around seven a.m. when the man robbed a 7 11 and ran off. According to officials when officers were responding to calls that the suspect was attempting to break into nearby homes, they left the cruise around locked. The suspect, then hopped in and sped off. The chase eventually ended on the Bergen Parkway North broke. Disick District Attorney Michael Morrissey tells us more about what happened. Despite the numerous request his surrender the suspect started to come out of the passenger door. With the patrol rifle. The state police stop team member discharged his weapon and shot the suspect and the man was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Thean incident is under investigation. Austin's

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Jalen Hurts speaks on the Carson Wentz trade for the 1st time

The Adam Schefter Podcast

04:30 min | 7 months ago

Jalen Hurts speaks on the Carson Wentz trade for the 1st time

"Jalen. Hey how you doing. Hey how are you doing. I can't complain of what is jalen hurts. Doing in his downtime here getting ready for two thousand and twenty one season jalen. There's thorough just grinding down in Spending some time with family and friends But you know. Prepare myself for for the upcoming season and working with the same trainer that train. Patrick mahomes bobby stroup right. Yes sir yes sir. I'm a lot of good work out with him. Not a lot of you know. The guy has a lot of knowledge and i. i just wanted to be a part of it. You know. I trust them So working liquids debut as well. So i'm excited than a lot of good work in a lot of productive working. You've worked with. Quincy every the quarterback coach in the past right. But bobby is new edition correct. Well i've I was with bobby a little bit. Maybe for like a few days Relationship with him. You'll need to take down but technically guy you know. They're from toddler. East texas i'm from houston texas but i felt like it was the right time to go with them. So yeah what's your life for a texas guy to live and work in philadelphia. It's a bit different. You know run-up. I'm used to obviously the weather being different Humidity being crazy and the weather's just been unpredictable. Weren't silly you know you kinda can engage it off of what time of the year it is with. What's going gonna get everything a little bit closer closer. North bennett is down. South texas louisiana alabama mississippi area but It's fun it's fun. it's been phillies. Did i remember hearing this year. Jalen that you played in the snow for the first time is that accurate Going going into the green bay. Where my i now. I mean we're playing and you know they told me in there and you know we're having fun and playing bob dole. Whatever you know we got some momentum going on the sideline and then I see. I see like you know it's cold. And obviously it was coco. And i see snow coming from this guy. You know little flurries. But i call this a no not you know it was. It was not me at the moment was real cold. Some somebody never done before. And what was your reaction inexperienced playing in it like out. You know they have so much stuff down there to keep you on. The bench is being more Different things that they can do to accommodate for the weather. How cold it is so. I really couldn't tell. That's why i was so surprised. Then feel that cold. But when i saw the snow coming down it is cold. So the fundus upon store. How will you remember your first season with the eagles jalen. I think i remember that a remembered as a true learning experience. Like anything and everything goes it up Kind of going through and deal with i think Grateful for an opportunity of a binge after to the eagles in an awesome being in the position and then now but nonetheless a lot a lot to learn from for me you know. I'm very not very critical of myself and i hope my myself to the highest of high standards when it comes to Doing things the way you know. I wanna dog it. So not that i can learn from from that first year About a good a lot of bad. I'm assigned to improve and Learn from los angles and hopefully Especially thanking to so when you look back and try to learn from those things what do you hope to improve on your second season in the nfl. You know what they are going to realize and you hear it all the time and how important consistency is today consistent and everything that i do you know. And then there's there's always room for improvement in every in every asset every part of the game whether that's You know on the field stuff off the field stuff. You know how you league lead different people differently. You know everybody communique different and the leader of the football team as a quarterback so Just doing every being consistent in everything that i do Res progressives completed leading Communicate relationships all of those

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Interview With Quincy Larson, Founder Of freeCodeCamp

Developer Tea

04:10 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Quincy Larson, Founder Of freeCodeCamp

"Do you feel like you're not learning enough quickly enough as a software engineer. That is the feeling that i talk about amongst other things with today's guest quincy larsen and if you missed out on the first part of my interview with quincy i suggest you go back and listen to that part first quincy is of course the founder and creator of rico camp Which is something that many of you probably either came to this show as a result of you actually heard about developer because of free co camp or you are going through it right now. Three co dot org in of course free co camp dot org slash donate if you want to support other engineers who are going through the beginning of their career by the way Quincy just to be clear. Did not pay us in any way to plug that Here on the show. Thank you so much to quincy for joining me. Let's get straight into the interview with quincy larsen and that feeling something. I'd love to hear your thoughts on the feeling of inadequacy because you're dealing with a lot of people who are probably invulnerable points in their lives especially people who are changing careers or there at the beginning of their career. They have a lot of uncertainty. And there's a mountain of learning in front of them curious you know. Do you see a lot of people who are in that vulnerable place. In what advice do you have for them when you encounter them while empathy is very important. And it's one of the things that i perceived lack of i was learning to code and keep in mind. I'm you know a middle class white male who has a graduate degree right like. Imagine if you're somebody who's been working as a cashier whose job just evaporated or or a restaurant and you don't have all those benefits of The those layers of privilege right in those layers of just general like oh. Yeah i see how this works. I understand the system so not afraid of it right. I understand how higher education works for example. A lot of people don't have that benefit so for them. It could be even more daunting and one of the things that we do. Is we just try to frame is realistically possible. We start from the premise. Coating is hard in fact when you create a new free co game account I added this blurb at the top when you first get into free co cabinet it basically tells you like this is going to be hard anybody who tells you that learning code is easy is trying to sell you something right. Because it's going to take years and you're going to be daunted in. You're going to be baffled. You're going to have tests telling you failed failed failed you're going to have you know your interpreter telling you air and you need to be able to power through that and the most important thing is to know that everybody goes through this process. A lot of people don't remember it. They don't remember what it was like learning to code because it's so long ago maybe they were one of the lucky people who got a computer when their kid in there. The parents Encourage them to learn programming. Or maybe they just had a natural inclination toward early on if they have years and years of extra experience that accounts i mean that definitely speeds up the rate at which they can learn new things so i would tell people you know. I learned when i was thirty. I didn't have a lot of experience with programming. Was undaunted essentially. And i think that more people if they can remain undaunted and if they can just power through the doubt than they can learn to so the community aspect is really important. Just having a support network in a lot of people can find that on twitter. They can find that through like separatists. They can find that through. Different forums and dischord groups. They can find it on the free cocaine form. There are lots of ways that you can find kind of your tribe and have them have your back in help push you forward and i think that that is absolutely key but but the most important thing again just know. This is hard now that anybody who says program is easy has just forgotten how hard it was when they were first. Starting

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Activists monitor controversial Weymouth gas compressor station's air quality in Greater Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Activists monitor controversial Weymouth gas compressor station's air quality in Greater Boston

"Cold moves in tonight, activists on the South shore now getting technical with how they're monitoring. Air quality is the controversial way with natural gas compressor station project was trying to get some of the data you know, before they turn it on. Robert Curren's is with the four River residents against the compressor station, showing me real time data from a just installed air quality monitor at Quincy Point. It all goes to a map online called purple Air, where you can view air quality here and elsewhere over and Matt of hand. It looks like they're in this one. That's in the hundreds. This data helps heighten environmental justice concerns, and it's right there Playing to see you can go in and compare different areas around Greater Boston. So you live in a different neighborhood. At the moment. The energy giant end bridge owned compressor station in Weymouth isn't up and running when that happens. His air quality monitors will be taking in

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Biden says Trump skipping inauguration is a "good thing"

Joe Pags

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Biden says Trump skipping inauguration is a "good thing"

"Trump reveals he will will not not attend attend the the inauguration inauguration later. later. This This month month fucks fucks is is Kevin Kevin Corke Corke reports reports from from washing. washing. Into Into the the president president announced announced via via Twitter Twitter that that he he would would be be skipping skipping Biden's Biden's pending pending inauguration inauguration when the few things he and I've ever agreed on, it's a good thing. I'm not showing up. President Trump will become the fourth outgoing president and not attend his successors. Inauguration. The others John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson, so not unprecedented, but it hasn't happened since. 18 69. Following President Trump announcing that decision on Twitter, the Social Media Service sided his messages justification for suspending his account.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"He was he was I. It's amazing that you can have. A love for an animal not not that impossible. It's just that and you can. You can totally know that they. They love you back. Quincy Quincy taught me a lot of things growing up, and that's what what I miss greatest about is we We learn from one another. Patience? I learnt patience from from Quincy and I think he learned that the. That, unconditional love and I. I think he knew that I cared about him. And I cared about my son, so it was kind of the transferred. If you love him. I love him too, and that that's that takes you a long ways in the world, and I've kind of learned that through the through the process of of growing older with with with him around, and then you know, since then is young. If somebody finds some greatness in. Somebody you love than. You know if you think if I love you and you love them that much. I can love them to and Quincy's done that. He's got me through some some hard times with with that kind of thought process I know it's Kinda deep on. Maybe. Maybe even some people think that's silly, but. I think dogs are are a little bit more receptive than Than what a LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA! Give them credit for. Absolutely I. Definitely think Ed a lot more people should take a lead from the sentiments that you just said. If there's a that doesn't need to be. A specific reason for love, but if another being. Shows that then then follow and ninety be much bit applies. Oh, absolutely now, that's not to say I. Don't think there's a lot of good things happening in this world, but They're still things that we need to learn you know and you know. Why can't we get that off of of a a dog? while they are an animal. They're still part of our family. We should. We should be able to learn from from anybody or any being or anything Life lessons so i. wholeheartedly think that dogs are are here for that reason as well absolutely well. Thank you again very much for sharing the no problem see. Yeah it. It's not often. That I get to sit and talk for an hour about him, and it's it's. It's great because. I, honestly, if you. If you had more questions I'd be able to talk longer, but I. I I think you probably got a lot more going on on a Saturday than listening to to to talk about Quincy.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Make sure you support that back right near the back haunches. When you're picking them up, because if you don't then you're putting that on wanted pressure on that back and occasionally I would not get it in the right spot, or maybe I twisted him just right whenever as picking up to put him in the in the car because we. We take our dogs. We take our dogs to the in laws, so quincy would always make the trip. He loved riding in cars. That was one thing that he loved going on just. county road rides so. The open county all open The open back roads he he loved just riding, and it used normally a buddy of mine and me that would go to chase storms or whatever you know, just you know whatever? You know. We were doing i. don't even really. JUST RANDOM! Hey, we want to pass some time with chase. This storm in Quincy would ride shotgun right in the middle between us. Just cruise along and he. He loved watching watching the world. habitable. Oh Yeah, yeah. He was a special dog and and. Even even my buddy and my mom and My nephew, who was really really close to. We still talk about Quincy and. He's been gone for about I. Think three years with this past. May I mean I remember the date because. He was He was around before My wife US around before I met my son, my son was born, but I didn't meet him until he was about a month old and so like he was around when those monumental things happened. And he was more than just a dog. or a pet? You've I. He was he was my buddy. He was my number. One Guy, you know. We hung out There were days that you know and I'm not be moaning. The fact I would have anything to do on a on a Friday night or whatever when I'd hang out. Watch TV or we would you know sit out on the patio together? You know he was. He was my buddy. Absolutely like sign many of them are. Sorry Yeah, yeah! No, yeah, I it to this day. the I'll have I'll have dreams that include quincy and I think that's. The, the the cosmic way of of basically told me that he's still around his. He's there with me. And you know that that never will change and so it and it's an and their subtle occurrences in in my in my dreams, it's not the he's the.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"The relaxed dog podcast sponsored by THERALAC dog. Thank. You for listening I'm your host Robert over. And our hope that you and your dog well. This week is the last week to vote for last month. I can't believe my dog ate something. Head on to the relaxed dog podcast, facebook group and cast your vote. GotTa cut loose small autumn's in doggy news and also a trivia question this way, Foia. Let me know if you think that's worth doing every week. Marcus Week is a first for me the first international guest he's Niamey's Sam Sprung. From the five hundred section lounge podcast all the way from Alban Indiana in the A and we're going to talk about Quincy. But I and coincidentally also from Indiana. A sixty two year old woman is facing felony counts of animal cruelty. After she tried to neuter her dog herself. No. No and no. If. You're concerned about any medical conditions that your dog. My have see a vet. Now there are big dogs, and then there's Freddie the dine. In, two thousand, sixteen Freddie climbed the title of the world's biggest dog in the Guinness Book of Records US official. Hot was recognized at seven feet six inches tall when standing on his hind legs. Freddie is just about to celebrate he's. Birthday and he is weighing in at roundabout ninety four five kilos. Freddie resides in Norfolk England. And described as a gentle giant. A, Trivia, question. Yes, it's obviously related to dogs if I said five. Cent. Tie Sam Seven. Boycott. And car. Can you tell me? What movie am I talking about? A percent in Nia, facebook group, and now onto this week's. Guest Sam Springer welcome everyone to the relax dog podcast I. Am here today with Sam and we're going to talk about Quincy. Yes. Prospect, into. Why or how way did Quincy and you connect? Okay well actually we gotTA. GotTa go back even further than probably good ten years prior to when I got. Quincy and land gone back and and. There was a TV show when I was growing up called coach here in the United States and. Craig T. Nelson was the coach. American football coach and a his assistant coach had a dog, and it was a basset hound in quincy and I loved. The character the assistant coach interacting with the dog and. I told my mom that day. That of that episode that I saw was my first dog. That I own as an adult will be a basset hound, and if it's a boy, I'm naming him quincy. So, that's kind of where the seed was planted because fast forward when I was twenty, two getting ready to turn twenty three. My Mom tricked me saying that at my brother's house that my brothers dogs head got stuck in the in the fence and I'm like well just with fence. It's chain link what? What is it that I need to do to do this and? she said we're just really worried. He's GonNa. He's going to get hurt I'm like no problem so I I worked in a factory and I was coming home and I walked to the back yard. And that's when my mom turned around and Quincy was with her and So, so I that was that was my dog. You know so. She had rescued him. There was The the animal shelter close by our home at A. She worked in the with the city government and the. The animal shelter had contacted her because she said if you ever get a full-blooded Basset Hound. That's what I WANNA. Know So. They contacted her and. They waited the seven days that was required, and then they adopted quincy for me so That's where we made.

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"quincy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In Quincy mass and Lisa rights my mother passed away in December without a will or anything written down with her intentions she had two children including me and she wasn't married how difficult will it be to settle her estate now do we need to worry about any challenges well when you die without a will folks it's in this case it sounds like it the issue she was already a widow yeah okay so that that's a very different analysis than if you have a spouse living so one I'm gonna tell you I'm gonna start off the story by telling you that all of you out there if you don't want to do any estate planning at least to a well I it's not the best it's not going to avoid probate is not gonna reduce estate taxes it's not gonna protect assets from a nursing home but at least it will direct where you want your assets to go because without it which is the case here the family is going to need to go to what they call the intestate succession statute which dictates where assets go when somebody doesn't tell us no that's for only assets that would have been in mom's name alone without a beneficiary or joint owner went out a beneficiary without a joint owner correct so back up a little is it going to make it harder for the children now well maybe maybe not children first and foremost goal look at the assets how were they owned where they joined no probate it just passes to the surviving joint owner that's pretty easy don doesn't go through the well if they are in her name alone but actually have a designated beneficiary like can I read does sure or even like brokerage accounts can have right you can have a get up that way lately check with the brokerage house check with the bank check with the IRA institution that's holding the money and see who the beneficiary is that's listed those avoid probate those go directly to the surviving owner no problem okay real estate tends to be the trick Yassin real states likely to if there was no planning in no way all real estate is likely to be in mom's name alone right that's going to go to probate you can make it harder yeah a little bit harder so now it's in probate you're going to now have to file something called an administration because when you die without a will it's not it's a different kind of a process you got to get an administrator appointed not so much a personal representative the court's going to appoint somebody hopefully one of the children will just petition to be appointed and nobody will object and then your appointed once your appointed ten you need to go follow the statute if the statute says you know the next closest next of kin in this case happens to be no parents living no spouse living kids living can all go to the kids find you luck out equally it would still go to the kids but you gotta check the statute and then you need to take your appointment from the probate court and actually prepare the deed and transfer it to the to the kids get things distributed and of course you're gonna have to go through probate with an inventory in accounting for all other assets that might be in your own name lot easier when you do your planning folks if you have a question you'd like to ask Todd visit our website legal exchange show dot com click on the ask tied tab in hopefully tides into will stop you from being his next to real life stories in the.

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"quincy" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Talked earlier about the landscape of the face how that is critical to all these films improperly all films, and that is such a key building. Block of anybody graphical film is how you're going to conduct an interview how you're going to frame that subject in an interesting way and Allen, you talked about your intention from the beginning to film this portrait of Quincy in an observational way. As opposed to sitting him down with the fiscus plant behind him. And do an interview. Can you talk about the visual approach that you took this film to to to capture the landscape of the face that that then was describing. Yeah, it will just before I jump to that just wanna give shout out to them that when I was in hospital. The one of the first documentaries are saw was one of the social club and. It was the first film that odd sane that moved me. And all VR you know. kid, and and studying music and was able to say document where brought me to tears as a child, and I was just I couldn't believe that had happened. And it inspired so many of my friends from a country town in stri to get into African music. You know, like jamming. In woollen gong to all this African stuff. And at inspired inspired me so much that when it came to try and make my first film with keep on Cape on the first thing, I did was sit down and watch that movie. And the thing that came to mind was that this is a time captial, but he's what he's done is is going to lost some Saimaa much further than all of us. And when I'm in the editing by that's actually, something on the wall. I always brought time capsule. Just to remind me of like, this is with he set the standard the what I strive force. I just wanted to give you that little bit night. It's huge for me. And really appreciate it. And then so for this this film, we didn't want to sit down and do interviews with Quincy. When people get older that they get anecdotes and stories become condensed. And I kinda shifted the time. So what we wanted to do was get to as close to the source of the story and use that. So he luck. Luckily, Quincy almost thirty years ago done autobiography, so there's a lot of information there and also having finding this this archive. We're able to find interviews and things that happened in the periods that Reseda mentioned that Quincy had double Brian aneurysm in the seventies. We found audio of him sitting on the hospital bed talking to somebody about that aneurysm. Like the moment that he he'd come out of the surgery, and he has a story about that today, but just to be able to plant ourselves into H era wherever we could like Frank Sinatra talking..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"But do you think it's because you had such a broad background yourself in different types of music that you're able to pre she ate? I mean, that's right. And you don't look down on any music, just bad music. Right. And so was that the goal of your album that won the Grammy for album of the year where you are essentially taking all of the particularly, I guess you'd say traditionally, black music genres, jazz soul, funk, Gramma people who people at work with all of them dizzy, sir. We did the, I reckon on. Nineteen fifty eight and Taras with strings. And now they've all close friends. Guess what? After that we had l. Sarah dizzying miles dizzy, Ella and Sarah, sir with straightness studio and whatnot. Noman l. died. She has amputated and told broke my heart Kosei when might. Definit- idols. And these were and dizzy. And then a year later, finally talk miles and play on some eleven among Trump and three months after that, he died. It was heavy. So that leads into the last few years where I wanna ask you about having a documentary made about you idea that if it hadn't been sort of brought to you by your daughter, would you have been as open to the idea or something? No, because when you do something like that, you want to feel safe and her and the team, the most beautiful people in the continuously with us at the clock Terry because hicksville Dermot. Well, that's also let's set it out the rumour man, listener. So you want to your teachers back in Seattle. Early teachers was Clark Terry, this and twelve years old, and he was still teaching up until a few years ago. And you talk now, so taught miles to and taught heckles you meet Al because you go to meet with Clark while the dock. Maryvale Clark is being made here, but we win want over their record. Snoop Dogg. Them hip hop and him doing mumbles together. The mice come lot. Lot of up comes from dance slang, music, everything. So you then got on board as a executive producer of keep on keeping on talk about that film and the introduction UN out. I mean, that was the beginning of that. And then obviously, Allen Rashida did Quincy, but I, you had to believe in out to this man drama come up with a piece like people keep him on and blows my mind them because directions hard knows a lot of technology on for a first film to it's it's pretty unbelievable. So I'm assuming it's from what I remember. It's Al got to know you and I guess Rashida as well through the keep on experience. Now they get together and say, we want wanna do this about about you. There had been. A couple of temps to do documentaries about your life, but they haven't been able to capture in the way that this was no, because there's just so so much, but they get they don't get to do. So they were in your house for years, looking through your stuff. Management. What's that like? Do you do you like kind of being on camera in the hands of people, love and trust. It's another game a whole nother trip. Would you make the idea that there nobody's gonna sit down and do it what I'm doing now, just throw a bunch of questions out you instead. It's gonna be all the switch from the past and then just kinda following you in the present. I guess it wasn't really until you saw it when it was done that you understood. This was the structure. They were taking just trust them right. Harks. Can you take us into your mind the first time they said, we're ready. We wanna show it to you. Here's what we've been pouring ourselves into the. So where was shot what? Two thousand hours. Eight hundred on to get two hours and you can't get all stuff in there. What surprised you the most? You were saying that you were reminded of how many close calls you've had, but also what else? I mean, I don't even know how to start. Now. He'll sit hit everything. You know. How would you say it made you feel? Emotionally? I was Labra Guthrie personal. And so every time I see, it's like looking to keep on keeping on fifteen times, but does it hits you because just like keep them on is not a Trump guess in it? Not one drop..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"He had the ability to know everybody's dialogue. Everybody's. Songs, everybody's down steps, everything. He didn't miss any usually my own. And so his work ethic is what made you want to believe in him curiosity? So here's what really got me though. They will at the Brooklyn hotel one on morning with Sidney lumet rehearsal with the principals and Michael sit out doubt Confucius dot Kirkegaard doubted outta dot. So crazies said, who. And dialogue and Santa thing that was rare. Sydney, the sentencing I went to, Michael is Socrates not so crazies. All. Oh, really? Yeah. Sound like the look like a a headlight. I'd like to take a shot at pride. With l. album. So, and that was that's why we started off the wall. They went back to the record companies and on quences true jazzy. And so did berry Gordy now he wouldn't let me look when Marvin TV better as my friend to know. Right across the hill may, but he's too jazzy and is the candidates and you know, you can't get any bigger. Awesome. Let's see. I've found out longtime ago that the best position to be in this city Sabih under estimated because they underestimate sued, they get chew out of your way and they all use to say who the hell Quincy thank he is. He's gonna try to get a five and a half million dollars erected to direct his first moving. Stephen did it from if eighty four thousand dollars. When do you think I learned that lesson about it's good to be underestimated during that time, but even just in the movies and and making moves and making TV and all that stuff, they get out of your way if they don't think you can do it. And so they advocated. We'll so with Michael obviously, did get a lot bigger and most of all with thriller. And so I just wonder as you look back on that one, the biggest of all Elba. GMs. Why was it so good? What was it that you brought the table and he brought to this, but we had that little three of those. Now off the wall was most slouch. But we went to eight hundred songs to Thrilla to get nine. And then at the end of that, the nine I sit quietly prop hall eagles and everything else say what relatively of the week is four of those nine and you have to really be real with yourself for that. And we took out carousel by Mike, some Belo who till said Flashdance Nola, which was close, but I was looking for really on Monica lodged in the song that was just the opposite of three card chant like like, -bility just Ricard's that you know. And so total son of some demos to me, Rodney left the tape on forgot to take it off. And while we heard new to do duty to to to to, to know words as we call Mike some Bella next day, he wrote the lyrics to human nature. And so we added late in my life. We've wrote people t James. And beat it. Nature, man, that's set that alone by because it's it's architecture when you when you sequence sequencing a record, you know put that right behind Billie Jean distri cards and get it. So it's like it's just structure. You know, it's so much fun. It'll you've lost. You get into details right down to the cover of an album being important, right? Cut will yell and predator demand and run was the right with me. So no. No, we don't. But he had on a little baby line and Ombrella. No. Did you see? We put him in bad couple of bed. We had metal leather jackets, all in macho stuff. It's necessary. If if the covers messed up as the songs wrong, wrong keys wrong temple, the wrong studio, wrong engineer background, singers, all the producers fall. If it's a smash darnest what to say. I did it all. Nature. I'm saying that right people may be thought because he was so popular and sold. You know, you guys with these album sold so much so many records that you know, it's like years later when Obama was like the people said, oh, we're in a post racial America. That idea was quickly out the window. But in the case of thriller, just to contextualize that for that period MTV didn't even wanna play the video. Right? Was my partner, my joint talk. Ross. He called me nineteen eighty six cute..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I'm sure it didn't make your lives easier. So why did you choose to do that? I think it was important stylistic choice. Be agreed upon really early in the process. Because this is an intimate movie and we wanted it to feel first person and the way to do that is to not make it feel academic. And that's what happens when I watched moves talking head sometimes I like it. But for this, you know, we wanted to stave this role. We wanted to stay emotionally wanted to stay intimate, and we had such great audio from not just my dad, but all the people in his life surrounding his life. So with if we can just create an visuals to support the audio that you could stay in his own easier, was their model for this in terms of other ducks that you wanted to emulate? Well, there is some films that have done that Sana. Yeah, enemy. Yeah. Such a wonderful co piteous. Yeah, and it's a more complicated way to go about it to the construction becomes more complicated. But what we hoping to do is that in h erode fond is much Oreo from Quincy from that period so that it wasn't. It's not a retrospect res- story as we get into the sixties. He's. In the sixties. And he's talking about that time as we end the seventies, he's talking about that time while it's happening. So we tried to do that as much as possible. Yeah, and not many people have had their lives documented enough to do that. So that's pretty interesting. I guess, Leslie, what was like for you guys to show the film finally, after all these years of working on it to him and what was his reaction? Well, we were definitely nervous. Of course, it's it's a long time coming and and also you get more into your process and you wonder if the person who the processes about is going to see what you see and all that stuff. And that's true for anybody film, but he was there for the ride. I mean, he cried. He laughed, and he said, after he saw the film, which is like a whole areas reaction because you anybody watches that film and it makes them feel lazy. It makes them feel like they wanna get up the next morning and maybe try to do something that's a little less less than sleeping in their bed. He said, I wish I could live forever. He's still got the juice. He's still got the juice, and that's he's true one of a kind, and I think seeing him react to the film is emblematic of that because who the hell would say that after seeing the mind. Blowing accomplishments in life that he's lived like who would say that true? Anything I was nervous man because this is a lot of stuff in there that you think that he wouldn't like. There's a lot of stuff that you like, oh my God, and he'd given us this law to be able to just freely create this movie and he hadn't seen it and we're just like, oh my goodness. And then he just went totally totally into it. Thankfully, he really liked. And thankfully that's also been the predominant response here so far as you guys of rolled it out in New York and LA, and congratulations and thank you for doing this. And now for my interview with the man himself, Quincy Jones. Mr. Jones. Thank you so much for doing this and congratulations on the documentary. Thank you. We always begin by just asking all of our guests to share, and obviously a lot of this is dressed in the film, but where were you born and raised in? What did your folks do for a living Chicago, Illinois to thirty three nightmare. People complaining about the sixty seven's as they should try to his fifty right after the Borussia. Yeah. And your folks father was a master carpenter with a gang..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"But if the people that are just getting in front of him, he's in the middle of talking through a story and that post late in the next person comes and he continues it and Jeff. Yeah, totally improvising that to be recording that throughout a diet, you can see that like there is just such a rich history that and he just wants to share it. So as far as the costs concerned, this things like despondent that he had the first music that was ever played on the moon Flemington appropriately. Yes. Finding out that that he was in the room standing next to the piano with John Coltrane win miles Davis, recorded Kanda blue and Quincy's like twenty three years old. He's just the, but not just there is like a young kid. He's a major ranger in the city. He's a very at the top two. See that he could climb this Ladda this creative leda in different aspects of music, and then further into production and filmmaking. He became a Trump apply. He's supposed things he wanted to play the trumpet. He rose up in that. And then he decided he wanted to be arranger and he rose up to the top of that. Then he decided he wanted to rock the strings in rise up to the top in that film schools, you know, it just keeps and this is all before Michael Jackson, right? So I don't know, talk for hours about this prizes you find out about a person like that. Definitely. I thought one of the most interesting creative decisions you guys made was to not do what we see in most documentaries about people with such rich lives, and that is to not show any talking head interviews. We don't see anybody, whether it's the subject or people who knew him going on and giving us x position..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I just love honestly, I love seeing all the stuff of him young because you know, I appeared as a child halfway through my dad's life, and he had lived this really big life before he ever got to me. I'm the six of seven kids. So to see footage of him playing in Lionel Hampton's band is amazing eighteen to see him working on scores in the sixties. Incredible. 'cause I've never seen that in life. Never seen that in motion Starr who was capturing all this footage. I mean to me it was more a product of the home video camera age. Most of us have VHS is and stuff at home, but like we're talking stuff from the fifties sixties. It's from it's from the place and this things in that there's a super footage that we found that's family behind footage on had a lot of that stuff. Yeah. And there was piggies off as well. That was another. But then this this stuff that has never seen a lot of died, like there's some right Charles interviews and some Frank Sinatra interviews that when we first showed the movie to Quincy these things Hayes never heard before, and these are his friends and that long since gone and speaking about him almost to him. And that was very emotional, Quincy Quincy first, Tom that he saw and that was just sitting in a vault, would you guys sort of sense a lot of this research to happen in his own Bel Air you guys, you know, letting him know when you make various discoveries, or was it all just sort of sprung on him at the end. He sort of wanted it that way. He, he said, just let me know when you're done, which is the best news you can hear from a subject. There's nothing worse than my romancing subject when it's family family's micromanage. So speaking of that aspect of things as his daughter, what for your sheet? It was the hardest thing to not be able to put in there to share with the world and what was the hardest thing to have to put in their share with the world? Well, I think probably the hardest thing not to put in. It's just all the stuff that didn't make it in because story. So big, you know, and we had to make pretty tough decisions about how to edit this particular story. There's so many other stories to be told. And then I would say the hardest thing to put in was the thing that I think we had to put in which was footage of him not doing well, you know, in the hospital having health stuff because I am protective of him. But I also know that you can't tell a real story unless you have all the information in there. And of course there's, you know, you make these editor decisions about what kind of story tell the story of his life is whether or not he can see it every day. He pushes himself to the edge, and then he kind of like Sobers up. You know, sometimes literally sometimes just psychologically and he pushes on the next decade and does a bunch of work. And he has the same pattern again and because he's incredibly strong on every level he's managed to do that. So many more times than should even be real, you know. But I wanted to show the world that I wanted to show him that because there's a lot of that stuff that he wasn't even conscious for. He couldn't even see. So you know, it's important to to tell the whole story and l. in the course of doing this, was there something that you came to learn better, appreciate about Quincy that you didn't know before? I mean, you're obviously much more knowledgeable about music and I'm sure about Quincy than your average gun street, but still to get this deep into it. What were the biggest revelations to you? A man Quincy Jones. You know, you find out something new every day, whether you actually filming with him or you're in the. So he's constantly telling stories, and if you film him for full day it. Oh, makes sense..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Quincy Jones and miles Davis anyways, through some crazy of stances end up meeting him becoming friends and eventually joining his band and play with him for five, six years. And during that time, I felt this whole thing that maybe we should be filming clock because he's one of the last living legends from that time and nobody had done anything. So a switch gays and started making film about him and keep on keeping on, came out in twenty fourteen won the audience award and the best new documentary. Director ward at the two thousand fourteen Tribeca film festival, and it was in the course of making that that I think you I trust has with Quincy Jones, and I guess we have snoop Dogg's broken ankle to thank for for. Can you. Can you explain how this movie might not be happening? Quincy might not be happening without snoop Dogg. Well, in keep on keeping on that was a moment where Quincy literally walks into the film and he was coming down to Arkansas to record with clock Terry, who's going to sing his trademark mumbles yells it, and snoop Dogg was gonna wrap with him. So Quincy was coming down to produce that session and to also hang out with these teacher. And snoop Dogg was playing basketball with his son in the driveway before go into the airport, sprained his ankle and didn't come and so is just kinda fight that Quincy was already on the flight and just spent the day hanging out with clock and met clocks, student news, the lawn, piano, plaid, Justin Coughlan. And then Quincy took a locking to Justin's playing and I became friends and he eventually sawn Justin who was also the the other main character in that incapable Cape Ann on and Quincy came on as executive producer of keep on you guys. I was beginning of that Rashida people know you best as an actress, obviously was directing something that you've always wanted to do more of or was it specifically because you wanted to help tell your father story that you are now directing this film? Well, directing, certainly been something I've been interested in, and I've directed a couple of possitive my shell and an episode of doc series that I created with two other. Women hawkers wanted turned on, but I had never done anything feature length. And I think it probably took something as personal as this to help me take this scary jump to this. So yeah, I mean, it was sort of both. And I know that your father has said that, you know, through coming to know Al over the course of the last few years, he has great affection and trust for him. But also I wonder he probably takes the confidence that somebody has a child to move forward with something like this. Right. Do you think you know how important was it to him that you would also be anchoring the store and wanted him to do it? Well, when I I mentioned to him that I wanted to make documentary. He's he was very excited. I think there's like, you know, nice energy, I, you're proud of your kid. And then also my dad is a, he's a true purist, extrovert. I mean, you really is the definition of that world. He, he gets energy from other people, and I think you know, having a crew around. Him having me, we trust yes, very important, but having a crew around him and and being able to kind of, you know, charm, the camera while he charms other people, letting people into his life like that is something that's kind of a core value for him as a human being. So it definitely helped in terms of us having access and also telling a story that wasn't always, you know, the positive best representation of him at any given time. I think it took a kind of special team to do that well in because he's had such a jam-packed, long life with so many different chapters. Was there ever any consideration to doing what has become increasingly a popular thing to do? Docu series something like what we saw with an j. mayor America or any of the, you know, just there's tons of them now or was it always important to you guys to do it as a feature length documentary. I mean, the truth is there's absolutely enough footage to do many, many seasons of docu series. His got a big old life and luckily we had access to so much archive material..

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"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Two special Grammy's nineteen thousand nine trustees award and nineteen ninety two's legend award. He's also a two thousand thirteen inductee into the rock and Roll Hall of fame and recipient of its lifetime achievement award. His friends call him q, but the world knows him as the incomparable Quincy Jones over the course of our conversation at the four seasons in Beverly Hills. The eighty five year old. And I discussed a wide range of topics including how he was shaped by his dark childhood, how he first began playing music professionally while he was still in his teens, what it was like being black in Hollywood and abroad as he was building his career, how he reinvented himself in so many different areas of the entertainment industry over the years and what motivated him later in his career to champion up and coming talent like Jackson Winfrey and Smith. What he thinks of the state of music and America today and what he makes of Quincy the claim new documentary feature about his life and career. But I, I was joined at the four seasons by Alex and Rashida Jones. The co directors of the aforementioned documentary Quincy which had its world premiere on September. Ninth at the Toronto international film festival receiving a huge thinning ovation, which has since had it's American premieres in New York and LA garnering the same response and which debuted on Netflix last Friday, Allen Rashida. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so l. let's start with you if we can. I don't know if people caught it in that one word there, but they'll know from your accent, you are shrill leeann. What brought you to America and specifically to filmmaking? Yeah, from from town co, woolen going south of Sydney about an hour and a half South Sydney and grew up as a drama musician, and I was really interested in jazz and moved to New York when all his eighteen to. Shoe jazz in study music scholarship, the yes, yeah. I've got a scholarship to guy to university William Paterson university just outside of New York City. When I was, I mean, and yet I went on ended up playing drums in the band of the great clock Terry, the the Trump plant food also been a teacher, many years earlier of Quincy Jones. Yeah..

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"quincy" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"The man is day day hold your head do oh god have speed god's through class oh the thing that got all the headlines even over that he might slip through the cracks on this quincy jones is that he said and i quote 'i dated avant could trump not a von ah he dated the daughter and she he said she was a bad mother fokker no of mother fuck her and she had the best leagues i'd ever seat now if you're not familiar with quincy jones is history he before michael jackson before the brothers johnson before all of that he was running around the jazz seen with miles davis dizzy gillespie charles he was in the jazz seen heavy air big bed and he was known as a great stick man now i've never heard him up as a great stick men that's my bet i take the responsibility but we quincy jones said he she had the best legs i ever seen about the president's daughter and he said i taylor hill the president's oh oh our president torn or not the exwife not that old fucking bag who kenneth fucking that cockeyed bag of vana she's cockeyed guy what are you doing her oh this is quincy jones we're talking to a he goes after the daughter man is a dirty old he's a dirty old do may a i gotta tell you i was happy when i found out that he pipe down the president's door okay i was happy when i found out that he did that because what more.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Read

The Read

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Read

"I went to claude the mike oh no i love him very quickly talk about uh some of the worst things the quincy jones said it means area is these interviews are life fuck you talking about which amee worse things it's not the best things i wanna be eighty five years old i want to get there and just see what i have to say quincy jones is apparently got a whole bunch of a fancy black things coming up in quincy jones land he did an interview with gq nab with vulture and said some outlandish things including on fair francs natural tried to who came up with marilyn monroe but marilyn monroe had called a chest that looked like payers man which i believe in what looks like pairs he said the mother fucking seeing talking about elvis presley on the he used to buy dope off of malcolm x uh prince tried to run over michael jackson with a limo and the james brown show um vat bubbles bit receded jones when she was a baby i feel like i heard this story before michael jackson use the steel everything because he was greedy music click everybody's knee as a um apparently apparently he knows who assassinated a jfk which is like the his answer was a common theory has been going around how i also global ray um apparently he know some shit about hillary clinton but he did not say that allow that's what i want i really wanted in this because what did you say.

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"quincy" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"quincy" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"You're out five basketball you come in like dressed you're for your tommy's all painted in colorado she a chicken no brain idea i don't know i've seen these boyfriend acting the at the china chinese laid navies boyfriend forever so i i love this let's be all the homes here that's an issue walking air force one that's the first time i think any was caught his hair youth blown oxford via such oh i can't wait to see you here the other news about trump today that quincy jones quincy jones yeah dated avant trump a war what he said well quincy own quincy quincy puts it down you're going to go and now because the aims gap and then it's a black being because twenty jones older than her father don't do i think he's eighty nobody put it to eloquence quincy jones oquiry fino with trump's followers in free still far 3of4 out but i put it i i had the great honour of of watching him work no i'm sure dick no women yeah if quincy jones cool this is real that's real he not making it up he came into velika verbatim interview he said all kinds of shit he said she was a he said i think he said quoting that might be at a concert for her she was a bad mother she's a fine mother falker wrong father though honky hitter he hit or with that thriller dick while quincy jones theater with that thrillers and i remember twelve years joe huge myth she must be super into all do most eighty now to lay ear.

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