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The History of Ludwig Bass Drum Pedals with Steve Zemanek
"Look into drum history podcast. I'm your host part vander z. And today i'm joined by. Steve's manic steve. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me appreciate it. yes so today. we're here to talk about your Awesome new book the ludwig line bass drum pedals And i gotta give a shout out to. Vincent ward a great friend of the show who has Referred to you on multiple occasions on on his episodes as being a you know kind of a guru about pedals. He's a great guy known for years of leading recommended nate. Thank you vince. So i'd like to start just by hearing a little bit. About what got you into this very specific you know Area of of not only drum history. But then ludwig history. So this is pretty specific. What what got you into this. Basically i've been playing ludwig drums since i've been in fifth grade and through all the different mechanisms in the years i ended up with bass drum pedals and it's just a fun thing to do doesn't take up a lot of space and i'm just had a ball. Yeah that is a great point. Because i i found myself in that world of i don't really collect them but i've had multiple over the years of the the japanese drums where i've bought them because they're cheap and i can afford them. It's like similar the bass drum pedals where it's small. You can put them on a shelf. I wish i was the guy who had these Like mike colorado had six hundred fifty snares scattered around my house. But unfortunately i'm not so That's cool. I just love that that. There's a real purpose to it So ludwig is widely known as basically inventing the You know the bass drum paddle as we know it today. Nineteen o nine. I know that there's yes like anything. There's people who probably debate that around. The world may be someone did it. A little earlier. There's the overhang pedals. There's all that but For the sake of ludwig and you can touch on that as much as you on the who did it. I stuff but Why don't we start at the beginning here of Of the ludwig line of bass drum pedals. Well ito you're absolutely right. The debate could rage on forever in a day a their claim to fame as they made the first commercially successful pace drum pedal.
Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA
"You would think after being extinct for thousands of years, mammoths would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse Now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible. Just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. Well, it's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple. Purcell's so imagine. You know, you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another passage for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say they're different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Colombian moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the willing mama genetic limits, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back field of ancient DNAs to Twice is far in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super
In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action
"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.
Senate acquits Donald Trump of inciting the deadly Capitol riot in Washington, DC
"Senate has voted to acquit former President Trump in a 57 to 43 vote 57 to convict 43 to acquit. Seven Republican senators joined Democrats to vote trump guilty of incitement of insurrection. But that was not the amount of votes needed to do a conviction that includes Senator Susan Collins of Maine. The abuse of power. And betrayal of his oath by President Trump. Meet the constitutional standard off high crimes and misdemeanors again. The Senate failed to reach a two thirds majority with 10 votes shy of a conviction. After the vote. Former President Trump's attorney, Michael Vander Wien, appeal for unity. Our country needs toe face the business in front of it with all seriousness and purpose, love and peace in our hearts and move the ball forward so that this great nation can get a strong as possible in the face of this pandemic. Former President Trump is welcoming his second impeachment acquittal and slamming the trial is yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. Trump released a statement telling his supporters that the movement to make America great again has only just begun and that he will have more to share with them in the months ahead,
Trump acquitted: Senate votes 57-43 at impeachment trial
"For a second time the Senate has acquitted Donald Trump in an impeachment trial fifty seven senators voted that trump was guilty of inciting the capital insurrection ten fewer than needed to convict him so you said Donald John trump B. it is hereby acquitted Democrat Patrick Leahy announcing the result in the case of lead house prosecutor Jamie Raskin said was not really about trump this trial is about who we are and whether the world would see that America would let a leader get away with the ridging followers to violently breach the seat of government trump lawyer Michael Vander Veen said that then president had nothing to do with the riot that what he called a show trial was born instead out of hatred for trump and it's time to end of the witch hunt allow America's healing to begin seven Republicans voted with Democrats to convict trump who quickly welcome to the acquittal saying his movement has only just begun Sager mag ani Washington
Impeachment Updates: Senate votes to acquit Trump
"In the U. S. SENATE. A verdict in the impeachment trial turns the centre's president having 40 guilty. The senator judges that the respondent Donald John Trump, former president, United States Is not guilty as charged the article impeachment The 53 to 47 vote minutes ago. Seven Republicans joining Democrats voting for conviction in closing Trump lawyer Michael Vander Wien refuted video evidence presented by House impeachment managers claiming trump inside of the Capitol attack despite all of the video plane. No point in their presentation. Did you hear the House managers play a single example. Of Mr Trump urging anyone to engage in violence of any kind House manager Congressman Joseph No goose challenging the defense position that an out of office president should not face an impeachment trial and it would be unwise. To suggest that going forward. The on Lee appropriate response to constitutional offenses committed by a president are criminal charges When the president returns to private life That's not the kind of Political system any of us want for time today. The trial brought to a near standstill after the Senate voted to consider hearing witnesses. But both sides ultimately agreeing not to and instead accepting new information into the record from a Republican in Congress Woman about actions by the president on the day of the deadly capital siege, the Biden
Trump lawyers rest case
"After House prosecutors and former President Trump's lawyers finish their cases in his impeachment trial. Members of the Senate ask questions Lead House manager Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin, telling them Trump was the instigator of the events that led to the January 6th riot at the capital for us to believe otherwise. Is to think that somehow Rabbit came out of a hat. And this mob just showed up here on their own. All by themselves. This is dangerous. Senators. The future of our democracy. Truly Rests in your hands. Trump Attorney Michael Vander Wien dismisses a question posed by Vermont independent Senator Bernie Sanders as to whether Trump was determined to reverse the election. It's your relevant to the question before this body. What's relevant in this impeachment article is Were Mr Trump's words. Insightful to the point of violence and
The Latest: Tuberville stands by account of Trump phone call
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Republican senator stands by his account of the call with then president Donald Trump during the capital right a telephone conversation between then president Donald Trump and Republican senator Tommy Tuberville during the capital right on January sixth has become a key issue when trump Senate impeachment trial Friday trump attorney Michael Vander Veen questioned whether the call even took place we're trying to get here say from Mister Tober fell but topper bill told reporters I mean half topper bill also said he told trump vice president Mike pence was being evacuated to safety thank vice president Al the timing of the call is significant according to Tober bills account the call took place several minutes before trump tweeted at two twenty four that pence didn't have the courage to challenge the election results Mike Rossi at Washington
Trump lawyers say Democrats urge supporters to 'fight,' too
"Donald trump's lawyers say the impeachment case against him is an extension of a democratic witch hunt based on hatred and they're denying trump incited the capital right the defense says house prosecutors manipulated the then president's words to backers in a speech before the attack lawyer Michael Vander Veen says yes trump did tell them to fight like hell but so what politicians have said that for centuries and he showed a video of Democrats doing the same sparrows the homepod Chrissy and faults indignation but vanderveen ignored that the president's remarks that day and for weeks before were aimed at mobilising backers to undermine the election he falsely claimed was stolen Democrats like Maisie Rodo argue the president knew exactly what he was doing he had to have known that there will be violence they're prepared for violence and he just lit the match in an evenly divided Senate trump is all but certain to be acquitted in a vote as soon as tomorrow Sager mag ani Washington
Trump lawyers decry impeachment case as political vengeance
"Donald trump's lawyers have started his impeachment defense saying he had nothing to do with inciting the capital riot lawyer Michael Vander Veen borrowed from the ex-president's own familiar words calling the impeachment push another democratic witch hunt he told the Senate trump was entitled to dispute the election results and telling his backers at a pre right rally to fight like hell was not an incitement to insurrection to claim that the president in any way you wish desired or encourage lawless or violent behavior it's a preposterous and monster is lying prosecutors spent two days saying it's clear the rioters took trump's words as a presidential order to literally fight lawmakers who were certified his election loss the defense is expected to quickly end its case today at a vote could come this weekend Sager mag ani Washington
George’s 33 sends Los Angeles Clippers past Lakers 116-109 on ring night
"Paul george. He scored a game high thirty. Three points quieted twenty. Six as the clippers won sixteen one zero nine victory over their bitter rivals. There in la over the lakers are trae guinness started though let's over-react you can either go on the quarter off the court wherever you want. What are you what are you got well. I think it's funny skates how you mentioned the bitter rivals between the lakers and the clippers. Because you know. We've seen now. Since paul george and kawhi. Leonard signed with the clippers. We've now seen three season debut games. Basically right Opening night last night bubble opening and opening night last season and we saw lakers clippers and every single one of them. Now we got letter quite leonard. Hasn't signed yet. Paul george long-term there. Anthony davis long-term laker lebron long-term laker. We're gonna be seeing lakers clippers on for the next five seasons and any restarts. We may be doing but is it. Is it as a rivalry because the lakers unveiled their championship battery last night. But they've got so many of them that they didn't even have to unveil their championship vander. They'll just saying hey. We're going to wait until the fans get here. You know what it's like celebrating championships. But since the fans can be the lakers had to do something very special so it's just one championship celebration
Trump grants full pardon to Russia probe figure George Papadopoulos
"Granting 15 pardons. This includes full pardons to two men who were convicted in the Mueller investigation. George Papadopoulos and Alex Vander is one tough. A novelist pleaded guilty and 2017 is is lying lying to to FBI FBI agents agents while while vendors vendors want want pleaded pleaded guilty guilty and and 28 28 scenes scenes a a lying lying to to invent invent Stew. Stew. Gators Gators from from the the special special counsel's counsel's office office also also pardoned pardoned former former GOP GOP congressman congressman Duncan Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins, both convicted on corruption related charges. I asked Kyle Cheney, congressional reporter for Politico if President Trump pardoning Papadopoulos and Vandals. Juan is rebuke of the Mueller. Russia investigation question. I mean, we saw him pardon Mike Flynn a couple of weeks ago, which was sort of part of that long running effort. He's also commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, his longtime ally. Both of those men were caught. Up in the Mueller investigation and convicted or pleaded guilty. And in this case, you know Evander's Juan is sort of a bit player. But Papadopoulos is very interesting because he was the whole basis for the origin of the investigation. His interactions with the Russia linked figure led the FBI to probe the Trump campaign first place. So this is really the origin story of the Mueller probe and Trump pardoning him is really a shot at its existence in the first place. Other convictions of Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins essentially centered around corruption that they were convicted on. Why do you think the president chose toe? Pardon these two former congressman? This is pure, rewarding political loyalty here. I mean, Chris Collins was the first member of Congress to endorse President Trump and his 2015 2016 campaign. Hunter with the second, So it's pretty clear political payback here for loyalists and you know, doing in the lame duck when it would have been politically explosive to do it earlier. It's sort of a tried and true thing and other presidencies. But clearly what happened here, Kyle, I know that many of the president's supporters defend these decisions He's making by saying he's used the pardon less often than many other presidents. I guess that is true. But are you expecting Morva? Four? Mr Trump leaves office. I would anticipate it. I think it is fair to say he's used it less often, but he's used it more to three or or he let off the hook. People who are closely allied with him, like very deeply connected with him personally. In terms of politics. And yes, there are others out there that have not been issued People like Paul Manafort, Steve Bannon and others that we had on our watch list for a while now, so I would expect this is not the final round of the That's politico Congressional reporter Kyle Cheney. 10 13. NOW
Brexit: UK and EU continue trade talks as deadline looms
"The united kingdom and european union will resume brexit trade talks as weekend european commission. President ursula vander layin and british prime minister. Boris johnson are giving the two sides until sunday to try and salvage and unlikely post. Brexit trade deal after the uk voted to leave the eu in two thousand sixteen number of aspects to a deal have become sticking points including fishing and each side is insisting the other must move to reach an
"vander" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"They voted for trump. I don't want to excommunicate these people out of my life you know. So what do we do see. That's that's hard for me because you know know for first of all. I say we can't we i. It's hard it. it's it's it's hard. It's disingenuous to yell at people to to scream at them that they need to change that. Their views are wrong but then give them no space to do so when they want to come over But on the other side. I there's a large part of me that has given up talking to to trump supporters. Just given up on it. Because it's i feel like an especially in the age of social media. You only get so far and you know you talk about the non violent communication and let's be clear here that doesn't mean like not punching people. It's it's it's a way of speaking to folks. I don't have that i haven't mastered that and and so for me. It's been personally sort of required to just to actually communicate those folks from from my sphere to to to move the negativity out. But you know it's for those who are interested in learning those techniques. I think that this documentary is just absolutely fascinating and Anyone who's interested in watching it. Can you let folks know where they can find this. Yeah so all the. There's so i started out with the idea to make it a feature length documentary. I made one feature length before called exported from michigan You know ninety minute range And they ended up deciding to break this one up into into short episodes is just it's just more Contemporary way people consume stuff right. So it's it's thirteen short episodes. They're all free at american times film dot com and You know we've gotten really good response. i've had at this point. I don't even know three or four dozen people. At least you know tell me that episodes moved him to tears and they're just so you know happy to You know they've taken the time to check it out and got real value from it. And so i feel really Humble grateful that. I had the opportunity to make this and to to make this part of my contribution to get in through all of this You know nobody told me. Am i film that that they were moved to tears. I for dozens and dozens of times. You know people really move by and so Feels good that people are getting something from it. Yeah and for me for something. I'm not able to do or not willing to do to see others. That are is is quite moving. And i encourage. If anybody's you know. I encourage people to to check this out. So thank you so much for joining us today. Writer producer director of the documentaries called american times journey for madness to forgiveness john. Vander poets been excellent talking to you. Thank you you really appreciate it. Everybody stick around. We'll be right back with the good news. Everybody it's ag for the daily beans. Ms portion the podcast is brought to you by ashqelon incredible company providing the best in connected fitness at an affordable price. That's the key to guys like me. Like i said before i you know. The.
"vander" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Please welcome john vander. Pol john welcome. Thank you l. Great to be here. Yeah it's really great to talk to you and put a face to the name. I know everyone's just listening to audio. But it's a great to connect. The twitter community has been one of the things. That's kept me sane. In the last four years i think and so it's really nice to have you know done podcast like this or actually met in person you know before kobe and other things with with a bunch of people. It's it's been special to meet people and be part of that. Yeah it is quite a community and a very powerful and welcoming one as well so. I'm glad to have you here today. And i wanted to talk to you about this documentary That was brought to my attention on twitter and again it's called american times. Tell us a little bit about what this documentary is about. And what prompted you to create it. So i've always been a political junkie news junkie my whole life. I remember election night. Nineteen eighty when. I was seven years old. You know i mean obviously. I didn't have much context but i remember seeing the returns and all that and just kind of intrigued by it and you know through most of my life you know through some good times and bad times or whatever it still seem like it was able to sort of keep the train on the tracks you know and then like a lot of people in twenty sixteen it just i mean i i. It's not really hyperbole exaggeration to say i almost had a mental breakdown. I mean i just lost it. I was just not even election day. I before that. I don't know i just had a gut feeling that he was gonna win. And that indian. Just even if he hadn't won it was just such a bitter. You know just such a broken times you know. It has been for five years now. And so i needed to do something with that And and as a documentary filmmaker. Oh and then let me let me back up to You know the truth. Is that probably on the back of a napkin mass here. I don't know for sure. But i would probably eighty percent of the people on blood related to you know my aunts uncles cousins Voted for trump. You know. I come to western farm family. You know And i would. I would hazard a guess in the eighty percent range of the people that i'm related to voted for him so then there was that too. I was furious. I'd anyone wanna see him anymore. For just you know beside myself. I think a lot of people can empathize and relate to that too and so i decided while you know. I have this ability to make documentaries and passion for it and and so this seems like What i should do the way to work through it at my own process and hopefully you know others can see it and you know get something from it too. And so that's what i did. Yeah and it's it's really interesting. Because i've noticed i had the same thing right when one twenty sixteen happened. I have to do something. I kind of felt the historic nature of the moment and then especially when the special counsel was appointed which is why we started the podcast about the muller investigation. It's like a purpose right. Because i've always been a news junkie too. I remember nineteen eighty. And if i remember correctly i was same age as you if i remember correctly back then the on the electoral map the democrats were read. If i if. I'm remembering that correctly. I think you might be right. I don't remember that that part. But i think you you might be nothing there. Yeah i could be totally wrong. I want one of the listeners of this program will send me a correction if i am but i remember there being a flip somewhere like it's blue now. Okay but you know. We needed to do something i needed to do. Something i needed purpose and it seems like you had that too and i've noticed that in our community that we were talking about at the top When we first started having this discussion just a mere minutes ago. Which in this time can seem like years In this community we have so many people who have relatives that are trump supporters. And don't quite know how to cope with that or grieve. It's almost a grieving process Because you know we have this chosen family that we've picked up along the way and this community of support but you you know you still have your family family and a lot of people are dealing with that and and i think that that's something that's you know why it's so important that you had decided to make this film a documentary because you know. How do we cope with that. How do we bridge those gaps. How do we have those conversations. So can you talk a little bit about sort of what this documentary looks like and what people can expect from it. Yeah so not just Blood relatives of course. That's really deep people that have known us your whole life and you've known them but i i have friends that live in very progressive places right california places and they say well. I don't even know any trump voters. And i say you know what i bet you of your kids. Favorite teachers are your kids favorite soccer coach piano teacher or something you you do. You just don't know like we all love people who voted for trump. I think there's very few people who silo is so complete that they don't have people that they deeply care about that voted for trump and that hurts And so how do we deal with that. And so So that's i. I started by the way i'm an only child. I'm i'm an emt j. type personality. So i can be very night. You and i have a lot in common. a ha- only two percent of americans are emt jays. just the least common myers briggs personality type. And that's probably good. Because i am. I am one of them We are the field. Marshal's we are the leaders of leaders. And we're very pushy and stubborn and steve jobs e. So i'm i'm pretty exactly and they're in the downside of it there's upsides to of course ooh but i'm very acutely where the downside where you sort of can just sort of impulsivity. Just bring down the hammer right end. Just start tell people exactly why and where they're wrong and at end up hurting people right and it's So there was a lot of that you know for me in two thousand sixteen and beyond where the fuhrer the fury just came out. You know In unproductive ways for myself and others And so So what i did initially was. Go talk to some some people who are real masters of sort of Non violent communication. Or you know difficult conversations. We're having with people where there's a real disagreements. Um so the very first interview i did was with. Daryl davis He's the black man who has over last thirty forty years as befriended dozens of members of the kkk. And got him to leave an amazing story so again whenever anybody says to me oh forget it can't be done you know you're wasting your time like it's just a waste at point on. I say look if he can do it. I mean we all can't we're not he's exceptional human being. He's a master of this. We're all you know. Vast majority of us are never gonna get close to where he's at but it's something to it know that it's possible to get beyond this You know These deep divisions and the way he does it is he just shows up and and has one on one conversations and he shows them empathy and respect and it's almost like a trick in a way where they don't they're they're just human nature is if somebody shows you one on one kindness and empathy and respect you. Kind of just reciprocate. It takes a really really broken person not to kind of just instinctively reciprocate that and then so then they these kkk members. Start to you know. realize hey this guy's a good guy he's our that's the thing is ultimately it is based on ignorance. And he's showing them. Hey you know just just through his humanity power example. Kind of you know Bringing down the walls of that ignorance though so he was amazing And then i went and talked with robert gonzales who.
"vander" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"So in the hospitals like thirty minutes away so i was like dreading a car ride because my hips were in so much pain that i was like. I need to arrive there. I need to teleport indus- be there. It's of those contraction styles. It's it's painful. I mean people as what it is. It's a pain but. Va paint but like twenty times mall. Yeah did your water Break with both of them. No so we they did. They did so. That's why i'm like okay. My so went to the grocery store in my mom. My mom was and we came back over. None of his son like my water woken. Actually it is like the move is just keep coming in my case just down and i'm like i don't think it'd be a pretty good control of myself and i guess you know it was the what of breaking obviously size. I'll get great because you lied. You'll want a break go immediately to the hospital. So i thought okay i'm gonna go to the hospital and i'm going to have the baby within an hour. I didn't know it's like a boss. Says the shake you they would have been sending rita so broke but it was still not technically i just letting don't care why we the second with my with the bay with my second one my what are they did break in. It was the night before. I do find before i do that so i was hoping i was walking so much i was. I wear those waters. They i need 'cause i was worried. I'm going to get up in the middle of the night fully with the tamil contraction. And i won't be making to the hospital like he almost didn't make talking about it that it's been amazing experience Yeah how was it. Transitioning from one kid to too. So i was in such a mood. you know. The second baby was actually planned. All maslin look. I don't know how long it's going to get pregnant. And i'm thirty eight so just try. I mean whenever we know my second was tough to get regular after five months. So i i got pregnant but i was also so giving the phase of diapers and foam lines food than baby food and all that stuff so is already like very big into our. I was into the baby staff already. So yeah i mean. I was not a big deal and thankfully my baby Both of the pretty good sleepers. I think aidid was less but relatively days. He's the pretty well. she's been sleeping till the nonsense. She was five weeks a while though. I didn't wake up in the middle of the night on. So i actually. I feel like the exhausted. I'm exhausted because babies just in genetic of work and you know the show staff now. The show stuff is the momentum is dying. It's been like three months as sexually today. I think three months exactly are something every memory but it's been a busy live But the so. That's what. I'm not sure how it would be the transition between two babies in third and that's one awarded about one have a big family the same time. I don't know i'm going back and forth. You still have time. Yeah yeah. I just had my first but but we would like a big family too. So we'll see. I mean it's it's definitely. It's hard knowing but one thing that i've heard from a lot of people is. You'll never regret having another baby but you might regret not so that's like a lot of people would be looking things that's a great way to look at things. I thought my husband you know. Let's say let's me that's what happened in my my son would be Bandage she will already be no woking on that so see how we finished with feeling really want to go back through divan. Sleepless nights for couple of weeks so in Hopefully weeks months. We will see 'cause my parents don't live here and he's only eat. It would not so we need the health So whilst yeah also i mean. I didn't wake my baby up. Either i think the first week she was. Because i was like so paranoid. And it was my first kid. And i'm like But then after that like so but she she doesn't sleep through the night but she'll go sometimes eight to ten hour stretches which is awesome but then you know right now i feel like she's in a regression the other night she was up like every hour and i'm like oh my god did i eat something also palm. Yeah i was trying to pop. Nothing came out. So i kinda gave up pretty quickly in a phone a so. Maybe that's the reason it could be. But i mean don't that's awesome that your kids are able to sleep so that you are able to get some as well. How was it with your second kid. 'cause she was born right when everything happened like with the pandemic and what month was she born in. May and i said willie demidov different crying. And now it's actually warns did may right. I dunno case because you eleven maybe eleven weeks ago we to technically well mask and then my husband was the only one allow the hospice. Auditing the delivery room. But it was fine you know. I didn't feel like the nurses maybe when came to my woman. Lewis maybe dot was different. Today's fence in.
"vander" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"Mom to a three year old boy and a one-year-old girl. I work full time as an office administrator. My name is robyn and miraculous mama. Hey welcome back to them. Right goes mama's podcast. I'm your host. Elizabeth joy and we believe in empowering women through storytelling an education. Thank you so much for joining me. Today i have a super exciting guest followed by another exciting guest. We have two guests today guys. We're going to. I have a conversation with maya vander. You guys know her from selling sunset. We're going to talk a little bit about selling sunset but we're going to get into mom life and what that's looks like for her and then one of my really good friends screen is gonna come on and actually talk to us about real estate a little bit. I know that there's tons of moms out. There who are looking to get into real. Estate market is booming. Right now. it's a great way to bring in extra income but there's so many questions that people have so friend. Carina is really successful. she's awesome and she is a busy lady and she agreed to come on to give you guys some helpful tips and tricks if you are looking to get into real estate and you guys. I don't know about you. But christmas is not that far away and i have done all my shopping. Make sure that you guys are checking out all the codes that we have on the podcast and things. There's some really great christmas ideas that we have discounts for if you are still in a shopping market and me and the holidays just look a little. Bit different. This year don't they. I'm back at work. And i'm actually on call christmas and new year's eve so i might be celebrating at the hospital helping bring a life into this world. Which would be amazing. So i know that you know with travel different. Everyone's holiday plans of change. I know ours have inward is trying to be as safe as we can in his careful as we can right now but still love on each other and you know right now. Our family life looks like a lot more face timing and a lot more zoom calls and things like that so i know that it can be lonely especially for imam out there. You knew mamas who are in a similar seasonal of life. As i am on. You know it's different. I'm officially out of the fourth trimester for those. That don't know what that means. That's the first twelve weeks of postpartum. So i am on week fourteen and i swear each week to springs a new discovery a new lesson a new joy and sheryl lot more of that of my breastfeeding journey and different things that were of life different stages of life were going through on my instagram. So make sure you connect with me there s sandoz also if you guys are listening to make sure that you get the subscription button and leave us a review helps get our podcast out there. We've been having awesome guests. You guys haven't been listening. Make sure you go back. I know when the pandemic hit in march people weren't driving to work or taking their kids to school and not getting their normal podcast listening time in but we had some really amazing guests on this year. So if you haven't listened make sure you go back and check out those episodes full of tons of amazing education and stories and just Connections and i feel like. I learned so much this last year. So make sure that you definitely Check out all of those episodes but subscribe. Leave us a review. Follow us on instagram at miraculous mamas and connect with us in our facebook group at miraculous moments. And i would love to hear from you guys to hear what you guys wanna hear. What topics what guests. I love hearing from you so hit me up. Let me know who you want me to bring on twenty twenty one and we will work as hard as we can to make that happen for you guys are going to go ahead and get my on irate everyone i have my of andhra here and you guys all know her from selling sunset but she is so much more than that. She's a bad ass. Business mama a wife and a mother and she's taking time out of her crazy schedule like right now. She literally has an hour break in her day. And she's coming on the podcast to chat with us so we were just so grateful for that. So thank you so much for being here. Maya i thank you so much. I totally forgot about him. Got a mayday acas. I'm doing my balkars. Stadia state says last season. I'm talking about Exam but we do kids. It's is everything possible with time. Yeah for sure so. Tell us a little bit about yourself. How did you get into the real estate stuff and become this like icon on selling sunset. Yeah which setting limited. It's a crazy. It's it's crazy but anyways i stopped at real estate about seven and a half years ago. I took my class because my mom told me. Why don't you just go estate Go do in a state so decided to take my analyst force Then i just joined the company small walker. Jean lay in beverly hills in one that i went to keller williams was amazing training for new agents and then after that of real I joined at the oakland with jay. Saw so i leave the united states now for seventeen years and yeah seven of them. I've been i've been doing real estate. that's awesome. We have tons of questions from the listeners. So since we're talking about business we'll go ahead and talk about that person. Then we'll get into some motherhood. A lot of people were saying that you know how how they want to know. What is it lake working in an office full of women but under two men..
What Next Year's Redrawing Of Voting Districts May Look Like
"Year year is is a a once once in in a decade opportunity for all 50 states to redraw the lines of state and congressional voting District's In most places. State lawmakers are in charge of drawing those maps. So both parties poured money into state legislative races this year, and the result was a major disappointment to Democrats. Republicans won in almost all the states that will be key to redistricting. We've got three reporters with us to talk about what these fights will look like in different parts of the country. Ashley Lopez from member Station Kut in Austin, Texas, Dirk Vander Hart from Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland and Steve Harrison of member station W F A in Charlotte, North Carolina. Good to have you all here? Hey, Ari. Hi, sorry. Actually, let's start with you in Texas. The state's getting more diverse, and it's one of many places where Democrats had hoped to take over the house and didn't what happened there. Yes, so those hopes were totally dashed. Democrats are hoping to gain a majority in the Texas house. You know, at least one chamber so they could have a seat at the table this time around because they've been completely shut out for decades, but much like every other state that Democrats were hoping to flip a chamber in they were unsuccessful. In Texas, they had their sights set on flipping nine seats. That were quite frankly, just out of reach for them, largely because those districts were drawn to favor Republicans by Republicans 10 years ago. So in case you wondered if, like redistricting was important. This is a good example. Why So Republican lawmakers are again completely in charge of the process, You know, from top to bottom and because of the U. S Supreme Court decision recently that said that states can gerrymander for partisan Basie's than they really don't have any reason to hold back. That makes it sound like Democrats in Texas have no tools at all. Is there any kind of check or balance on Republican power in the state? Yeah, well, like the last time the courts are really the only check they have right so Even though partisan gerrymandering his legal, which is drawing districts that favor of party over the other, drawing maps that discriminate against people of color is definitely not. That's illegal. And because race and partisanship sometimes go hand in hand, it might be kind of impossible for Republicans. Jerry Mander, based on partisanship without running afoul of racial discrimination laws. So and in fact, Stephanie Swanson with the League of Women voters of Texas, she said that this is actually been a persistent issue in Texas. So in the past 50 years, Texas has been found to have racially discriminated or violated the Voting Rights Act and every redistricting cycle. They could very much still do the same thing on Toe. Stop it. Yes! Oh, Texas has like a pretty bad track record with this and because of so much of Texas is growth in the past few years and decades has been overwhelmingly because of growth among communities of color groups say they're looking to make sure that those political lines draw like retain that political power and population growth that has accumulated over the past few years. All right, let's turn from Texas to Oregon because Republicans next year are going to have total control of 20 state. Legislatures, with Matt making power and Democrats are only going to have total control of seven, but Oregon is one of those seven. So Dirk Vander Hart, What does that mean for redistricting in your state? Well, that's right. Democrats here have super majorities in the House and Senate along with the governor's office, and as of January, they're going to hold the secretary of state's office as well. That's really notable here because in Oregon if the Legislature and governor can't agree on how to reach our legislative maps, the secretary of state takes over the process, and actually, in the past half century, the Legislature has failed to pass. They planned much of the time. So that is one reason Republicans were really adamant about hanging on to the secretary of state's office. In this year's election, there would have been at least some path for them to have meaningful influence in redistricting. Instead, though, a progressive Democrat named Show me a Fagan won the seat. So does that mean Republicans are totally frozen out in Oregon? As the Democrats are in Texas? You know for 2021 that absolutely looks like the case Earlier this year, there was an effort to try to establish a nonpartisan redistricting commission that would take control of the process from lawmakers. That's something Republicans were pretty supportive of, but it failed to even get enough signatures to make the ballot. So show me a fake in the new secretary of State has said she would appoint an independent commission to help advise her. We have not seen a lot of what that looks like. All right, let's head east to North Carolina, which has been the site of many high profile gerrymandering cases over the last few years. What things look like now in Charlotte, Steve Harrison. Yes. So I think it's safe to say North Carolina has been one of those bitterly contested states over political Jerry Mannering after Republicans took control here in 2010. It was a North Carolina case. It was heard by the Supreme Court in the summer of 2019, in which the justices said that Jerry Mandarin based on political party was not unconstitutional. And that was a decision that Democrats across the country said was bad for democracy. In North Carolina. There was also litigation and state court that was successful enforced Republicans to redraw legislative and congressional maps before the 2020 election. And with these new maps, Democrats were really hopeful they could win at least one chamber and have a say and drawing the new maps next year. But they had to win in rural and suburban areas. And like what happened in Texas and other places those hopes really fizzled out. The GOP kept control of both the House and Senate. And so what does that mean for redrawing the maps next year? Has the GOP indicated what they plan to do so they aren't giving any clues, But first they're doing a little bit of gloating. They're saying, Look, we want in 2010 on maps the Democrats drew and we want in 2020 on maps that Democrats said you were pretty fair, so they're taking a victory lap. The question is, are they going to take a hard line approach next year and draw the maps themselves and lock Democrats out? Democrats here are pretty worried. Here's Natasha Marcus, a state senator from Mecklenburg County, home to Charlotte. What I do think is that Republicans who run the General Assembly are smart, and they're gonna certainly Take steps to make things look transparent and one more thing. There's an assumption here that Democrats are going to benefit from new maps just because so much of the population growth is in cities like rally in Charlotte, which you're very blue. But the state's top Republican Senate leader, Phil Berger, is saying not so fast. He's making this kind of interesting argument that Republican voters in these cities are disenfranchised because the GOP doesn't have any representation there. So he's saying, Look, we have 30% of the vote and no members in the Legislature. So he's saying, Hey, maybe we should draw a safe Republican seat in Charlotte. So take a step back. These votes in November have implications for political power in the U. S over the next decade. What is this likely to mean? So, Yeah, one thing going forward in North Carolina, there was hope to have an independent commission to draw maps. That's what Democrats wanted. That's not gonna happen, and I think that's been a push in a lot of places around the country, and Republicans just aren't interested in doing that. So one thing I think you can have the possibility to continue nationwide is a situation where one party may get more votes for their state House chamber or state Senate chamber. But still have fewer seats overall. That is Steve Harrison of member station W F A E in Charlotte, North Carolina, along with Ashley Lopez of member station, Kut in Austin, Texas. And Dirk Vander Hart of Oregon. Public Broadcasting in Portland. Thank you all.
What Next Year's Redrawing Of Voting Districts May Look Like
"In a decade opportunity for all 50 states to redraw the lines of state and congressional voting District's In most places. State lawmakers are in charge of drawing those maps. So both parties poured money into state legislative races this year, and the result was a major disappointment to Democrats. Republicans won in almost all the states that will be key to redistricting. We've got three reporters with us to talk about what these fights will look like in different parts of the country. Ashley Lopez from member Station Kut in Austin, Texas, Dirk Vander Hart from Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland and Steve Harrison of member station W F A in Charlotte, North Carolina. Good to have you all here? Hey, Ari. Hi. Actually, let's start with you in Texas. The state's getting more diverse, and it's one of many places where Democrats had hoped to take over the house and didn't what happened there. Yes, so those hopes were totally dashed. Democrats were hoping to gain a majority in the Texas house. You know, at least one chamber so they could have a seat at the table this time around because they've been completely shut out for decades, but much like every other state that Democrats were hoping to flip a chamber in they were unsuccessful. In Texas, they had their sights set on flipping nine seats. That were quite frankly, just out of reach for them, largely because those districts were drawn to favor Republicans by Republicans 10 years ago. So in case you wondered if, like redistricting was important. This is a good example. Why So Republican lawmakers are again completely in charge of the process. You know, from top to bottom and because of the U. S Supreme Court decision recently that said that states can gerrymander for partisan bases than they really don't have any reason to hold back. That makes it sound like Democrats in Texas have no tools at all. Is there any kind of check or balance on Republican power in the state? Yeah, well, like the last time the courts are really the only check they have right so Even though partisan gerrymandering his legal, which is drawing districts that favor of party over the other, drawing maps that discriminate against people of color is definitely not. That's illegal. And because race and partisanship sometimes go hand in hand, it might be kind of impossible for Republicans. Jerry Mander, based on partisanship without running afoul of racial discrimination laws. So and in fact, Stephanie Swanson with the League of Women voters of Texas, she said that this is actually been a persistent issue in Texas. So in the past 50 years, Texas has been found to have racially discriminated or violated the Voting Rights Act and every redistricting cycle. They could very much still do the same thing on Texas Toe Oregon because Republicans next year are going to have total control of 20 state legislatures, with Matt making power, and Democrats are only going to have total control of seven. But Oregon is one of those seven. So Dirk Vander Hart, What does that mean for redistricting in your state? Well, that's right. Democrats here have super majorities in the House and Senate along with the governor's office, and as of January, they're going to hold the secretary of state's office as well. That's really notable here because in Oregon if the Legislature and governor can't agree and how to reach our legislative maps, the secretary of state takes over the process. And actually, in the past half century, the Legislature has failed to pass. They plan much of the time. So that is one reason Republicans were really adamant about hanging on to the secretary of state's office. In this year's election, there would have been at least some path for them to have meaningful influence in redistricting. Instead, though, a progressive Democrat named Show me a Fagan won the seat. So does that mean Republicans are totally frozen out in Oregon? As the Democrats are in Texas? You know for 2021 that absolutely looks like the case Earlier this year, there was an effort to try to establish a nonpartisan redistricting commission that would take control of the process from lawmakers. That's something Republicans were pretty supportive of, but it failed to even get enough signatures to make the ballot. So show me a fake in the new secretary of State has said she would appoint an independent commission to help advise her. We have not seen a lot of what that looks like. All right, let's head east to North Carolina, which has been the site of many high profile gerrymandering cases over the last few years. What things look like now in Charlotte, Steve Harrison. Yes. So I think it's safe to say North Carolina has been one of those bitterly contested states over political Jerry Mannering after Republicans took control here in 2010. It was a North Carolina case. It was heard by the Supreme Court in the summer of 2019, in which the justices said that Jerry Mandarin based on political party was not unconstitutional, and that was a decision that Democrats across the country said was bad for democracy. In North Carolina. There was also litigation and state court that was successful enforced Republicans to redraw legislative and congressional maps before the 2020 election. And with these new maps, Democrats were really hopeful they could win at least one chamber and have a say and drawing the new maps next year. But they had to win in rural and suburban areas. And like what happened in Texas and other places those hopes really fizzled out. The GOP kept control of both the House and Senate. And so what does that mean for redrawing the maps next year? Has the GOP indicated what they plan to do so they aren't giving any clues, But first they're doing a little bit of gloating. They're saying, Look, we want in 2010 on maps that Democrats drew and we want in 2020 on maps that Democrats said We're pretty fair, so they're taking a victory lap. The question is, are they going to take a hard line approach next year and draw the maps themselves and lock Democrats out? Democrats here are pretty worried. Here's Natasha Marcus, a state senator from Mecklenburg County, home to Charlotte. What I do think is that Republicans who run the General Assembly are smart, and they're gonna certainly Take steps to make things look transparent and one more thing. There's an assumption here that Democrats are going to benefit from new maps just because so much of the population growth is in cities like rally in Charlotte, which you're very blue. The state's top Republican Senate leader, Phil Berger, is saying not so fast. He's making this kind of interesting argument that Republican voters in these cities are disenfranchised because the GOP doesn't have any representation there. So he's saying, Look, we have 30% of the vote and no members in the Legislature. So he's saying, Hey, maybe we should draw a safe Republican seat in Charlotte. So take a step back. These votes in November have implications for political power in the U. S over the next decade. What is this likely to mean? So, Yeah, one thing going forward in North Carolina, there was hope to have an independent commission to draw maps. That's what Democrats wanted. That's not gonna happen, and I think that's been a push in a lot of places around the country. And Republicans just aren't interested in doing that. So one thing I think you can have. The possibility to continue nationwide is a situation where one party may get more votes for their state House chamber or state Senate chamber. But still have fewer seats overall.
Exploring Sacred Spaces with Michael Whalen
"Hello and welcome back to the anxiety slayer podcast. I'm shannon vander leak and today. I'm speaking with michael whelan. He's a two time emmy award winner and grammy nominated composer. Music supervisor and his work is just fantastic. Michael is a veteran of more than eight hundred television and film scores thousands of commercials and numerous tv themes and video games. He's also a world renowned recording artist and producer with thirty two solo and soundtrack recordings to his credit since nineteen ninety-three. Hello michael oh ho shannon so great to be here with you. Thank you so much for the opportunity beer. Oh you're welcome. And i must tell you this morning. I was listening to your new album sacred spaces and i had been listening several weeks back but i wanted to listen again this morning and i thought you know this music is perfect for this time in our in our lives on earth and i had a different experience and i decided that an ocean of candlelight or ocean of candidate is my favourite today. Although i love. I love the the entire album and i love for you to just dive right in and talk about the inspiration for this body of work that that you put your heart and soul into for over ten years. How it represents your spirituality is interesting. It's people here the title sacred spaces and they think it's like a religious record. Michael you've made a religious records way. Everybody just calm down. So it's really about the places that people the experience the memories that you hold a sacred yeah and ultimately it's about gratitude it's ultimately about not only holding these things close to you but why are you grateful for because to have things that are important to you. It's not enough to kind of come from scarcity and to be sort of fighting things off as you're descending pieces of your life. I think. I think what i have learned in my fifty years on this planet is bats. The only the only place for walking us in some ten years ago i had this delusions of grandeur. I was gonna write a symphony. I've written a lot of pieces so this was not going to be one. But i was gonna write a symphony. This was going to be search for god and all the stuff. And and i got a sort of a movement don and material written the wall and i put it away for years and about three years ago i called the charts in look at them and i was like well. You know what would wanna to estimates are no fussing with the some of the themes and i said. Maybe this isn't a class copious. Maybe this electron piece. Ab there's an entirely new way to be treating this material. So then what i did was i spends a almost four months designing sounds and i had no idea what sounds. We're going to go with wet song. Or when i was going to do is made a big pile things and so i got so bad. Eight hundred different textures salim's samples of different things did and i said to myself. Ok mail that. I house some females dawn. I haven't been kyle stuff amazingly. The album came together very very very thousand about seven weeks later. The ryan was done on warp speed. I got to finishing the record. It was really. It was a very intense experience. The listen to it done for the first time because what it gave me was a sort of an access to all these places memories things all that the music was inspired by in this entirely new way and also beat me a really deep sense of peace relax. H i'm one of these people who has a very hard time relaxing. Even though i've known for creating music if i'm relaxed forbid awfully so. This album has created a very Interesting palace for me to relax to betaine to a stretch jorgensen s and i've heard from many many many people around the world that they do their daily access those album now which is a very early. You've really captured this. What i've found in the in the couple times that i've listened is the that i'm energized while i'm relaxed and i'm like what that's really cool. Do that very very very hard balanced. And i was loved to say wow garcia just like and i have to say that you just showed up that way
The Crown season 4
"I am now joined by. Amanda dobbins our resident expert. Amanda thanks for joining me again. My pleasure your pleasure to watch these middle. Three episodes of the crown season four absolutely crushing. It this stuff. Is this really good. We're talking today about favorites fagin and taryn knowle's ands basically. It's the episode with all the kids. The episode with the guy breaks into the palace and the episode. Where charles and diana go to australia. And i have to say that i think four. I've seen a few people dating for here and there for some reason. Maybe because it's too too well kind of put too much of a bow on it. I think it's fucking extraordinary. Like if i i thought that favorites was a really like startling achievement in dramatic writing and just in terms of the amount of stuff that they burn through in the way that they bring all these characters. What did you. What did you think of that episode. I agree with you. And i have not seen any criticisms because i don't really consume social media anymore but anyone who thinks it's too neat or they put a bow on it. I guess find another show This is peter. Marin is a playwright. There is a lot of construction and intentional cinematic and exposition all dialogue and set pieces built into this. It's not. it's not that it's obvious but all of it is very crafted. So i agree with you that i thought episode four was tremendous in terms of the amount of like and setup that they managed to convey to you in a very effective way. Because we don't really know anything about two of the four children barely met any of them and has been kind of a side character and so there are four children who get their own scenes and moments and so you have to develop those characters. You have to develop the queen's relationship to all of them. You also have the margaret thatcher thematic connection of the of the children. And you're drying out a little bit about margaret thatcher's relationship to women as well which is an important larger thematic episode. And also you've got the falklands war. I mean it's and they do it definitely and i thought about something you say a lot. Which is the crown doesn't like doesn't waste a moment. They just pick the scenes they pick the lines. And you know everything you need to know. That is so hard and they nail it. I mean they do a lot of stuff that i think other shows would probably shy away from because it would feel too like they were showing you too many of their cards so i kept thinking about the scene between elizabeth and an you know they go riding out. This is the thing that they sort of both share this love of horses even though and is obviously phillips favorite. And that's like in the way that that gets conveyed in the beginning and their conversations heartbreaking you know like their conversation is legitimately breaking and i think you could look at what an says. She's like. I used to enjoy being the difficult on and scaring people and now i don't feel like have any control over that anymore and you could be like well like you might go your entire life and never have that level of self awareness. You know you may have to go through thirty years of therapy to find that out about yourself and this young woman just like sort of pops out off when confronted by her mother on iran day. But it's beautiful writing. It's just it's just like amazing writing. And i thought the performances specifically in that scene mostly because the three sons come off as absolute troll lords in this episode mean. Yeah but the scene in particular was was quite lovely thought. Listen i think that there are levels of emotional breakthrough and clarity in this. Show that it's never happened in real life and certainly have never happened in the uk and to anyone who is absolutely senior no country just a lot of time talking about salads in england too early because they get a lot of salad industry and how to their salads or just blue cheese and bacon their emotional relationships are blue cheese and bacon. Do they are not. They're not doing the the smart greens. Now i mean it's it's a tv show and we are projecting emotions and trying to figure out how these people felt about the facts that we know are true. That's what we think is so interesting about episode for which made me reflect a little bit of on the queen character in this season and an interesting thing is happening. We talked a little bit about this on the last episode. Where libya coleman is kind of popping out a little bit and coleman is one of the great actresses of time and also i find her personally hilarious so i think that that's great but i see moments where it nothing is on the page and it's just olivia colman giving it that sense of humor giving it that timing Or maybe even the character is being a little bit written to her strengths and that is also a little bit because the queen is not. i mean. she's not a side character but the way they're telling the story is about all of the other people and events who are kind of crowding into that character's life and how she's bouncing all of it but episode four is just it's about the queen and all of their writing it's character development that is in line with the past three seasons that we've seen and it's pretty extraordinary and i think libya coleman also does like a great job with the actual written script and the character and the reacting to like the horror show of her children. I mean they all are. Do you have a favorite of the four. Who is your favorite on the shore in real life. No on the show. I don't really i. It's shifted i think blassie's and it would have been charles and yeah and this season it's probably end. Although let me get to the end of it. I mean it's obviously not editor andrew. So yeah. I wanted to just quickly before we get into edward andrew charles. A little bit ask you you start this episode up. Did you expect the wedding. No if only because number one. I read some spoilers about how they don't show the wedding but i do also think in their when charles and diana yes yes. The most watched royal wedding. I think of all time. I i don't. I should have gotten this statistics. It was close to a billion people. Watch it. I mean that was everywhere and people taped it and watched it over and over again rate including me who. Dvr it when bbc america riera it before the wedding harry and meghan and it was part of their like twelve hour block of programming. I watched all of it i. It's pretty boring. They didn't really have their production values in one thousand nine hundred one that we expect from royal wedding now anyway but no. There was sort of finality to episode three and there was something intentional about the way they showed their rehearsal and kind of the real behind the scenes emotions where i was like. Okay this is an interesting choice and like this is what we're going to get and also i've seen it before was do because like they wouldn't be a lot of opportunity for people to be talking during that so unless there would be some fagin like wrinkle history that they wanted to explore not really sure what they would do their right. I mean it happened at such a scale that even it would defy the crown's siegi budget. I will say. I was surprised that diana disappeared for new episodes. We'll get episode five. But she is very briefly shown and she is heavily pregnant when she shown episode four. And she just won't come out of the room and in one way. That's really all you need to know. About how their marriage is going and how everything is you know how everything is is shaken out but on the other hand i was like uh this is a choice. Diana pretty popular. Yeah yeah no. I thought that the dow is interesting. Also the suggestion. That charles is starting to become under the influence of these gurus and like self help nutritionist. Which i didn't. I didn't know that about him. Oh yeah the the lawrence vander past reference. I only know about this from the tina brown book. But apparently he brought those books on their honeymoon and then tried to get diana who was twenty at the time of their wedding to read the books and discuss them over for dinner on their honeymoon. So that's how that went
Dallas Cowboys Offensive Line In Flux Due To Injuries
"Have lots of talk about as it relates the cowboys I just what I think of this team this year and the expectations after Jerry Jones finally made the gutting decision that led to Jason Garrett showing up the building every day with a binder underneath his arm and dutifully hoping that he would. Get a stay of execution cowboy fan celebrated not only the draft pick a CD lamb but a coach was skins. Mike McCarthy hasn't exactly translated into the season that they had hoped for, and we're expecting some of it has to do with injuries bobby and we'll get to those in a second but a lot of teams are having to deal with injuries this year. Yeah. I, mean, the team the cowboys have up here the browns they've got a lot of injuries to deal with I. Mean The seahawks had you know a lot of patchwork stuff that they were doing last Sunday against the cowboys and so injuries are an excuse they're not necessarily a good excuse though for this cowboys team I think they, they definitely are missing some guys. They probably feel a little bit like we're not gonNA know who we are for real until probably mid October when randy gets reinstated fully you get hopefully late and vander aeschbacher. Corner start getting healthy so. It may be a situation where the cowboys are kind of you know we're GONNA fight and we're GONNA get as best we can until we get healthy and that's not necessarily an excuse that they're giving. It's just this is the way it's gotta be, and we kind of make do a little bit because they are decimated in the secondary. They've had issues at linebacker they've you know had the issues along the offensive line they lost jar when they're starting tight end and So I, mean they've definitely. Had those issues the thing that they don't want. You, you can't really do anything about injuries. You just adapt as best. You can the thing they don't want his they can't have. Three drops and you know two and a half yards per touch from Zeke Elliott. They can't have Jalen Smith missing tackles consistently and still be sixty million dollar guy they can't have. Dak Prescott turning the ball over. They need to have him protecting the ball. They can't have you know some of these. Occasional Amari Cooper focus drops. You expect injuries you deal with those. What you can have is all of that and then along in the secondary, you can't have guys just making really low I q reads and busted covered just stuff that doesn't seem to be a factor of trying to learn a new defense. This just seems like flat out low I q stuff of not recognizing who's assignment is who's You know I think back to Jalen Smith's comment to a about. Throwing it out through a little bit. Maybe they need to simplify the playbook if our fans aren't familiar with that one, let's play that one real quick. People, find beams the defense could innocent the group. Absolutely. Absolutely. I. Believe. Allowing more allowing US more opportunities to Hound in on what? We're actually going to run in in our game plan. I believe it's important. That each and every player knows in and out what they have to do. With a smaller playbook, you you know gives us better opportunity to do that. And like I said this about as growing each and every week. On coaches are the same page, the players on the same page and we're just trying to do whatever it takes to get that much better. Each and everyone is that players that aren't capable of learning the playbook or is it possibly too complicated? I don't know but I, got to tell you for all the people that wanted Rod. Marinelli Outta here have been overly impressed with Mike Nolan's defense. Again, injuries are an issue, I mean you lose Gerald McCoy loosely Van Deresh. You lose your to starting Corner Anthony Brown, and Lucy, but even they were healthy in that first game. I didn't think this team look that good. No, and you know it's again it's one of those things where not even a mention he's been healthy for the season but Jordan Lewis missed all the camp. I. Sale. Yeah. Exotic Woods was a big part of your problem last Sunday against the seahawks but I think overall everybody's got to step up. You know it's funny. We had Had the funny line during training camp. When asked him do you think about opting out at all and he said, Nope, contract to your baby and there's a lot of guys back there right now in contractors Jordan Lewis Cheeto you've got exertive your woods is another one. And it's fascinating that they're seeming to have these issues not just with again, the adjustment or or or skill players opposite them it's they're just dropping the ball in terms of. Knowing really basic fundamental stuff that that should have been all ironed out already and and you can say, maybe that's a a an issue with you didn't have some of the same lead up time or some of the same work that you would normally get but everybody had those same sort of issues and and not everybody is having these same sorts of just busted coverage touchdowns. I. Think there's four already on the year that were just left wide open by somebody not knowing an assignment including three last week against the
"vander" Discussed on Thunder Radio
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"vander" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"But for now, let us go to Alaska the day. And this is a very interesting when my friends we've got some breaking news, so saddle up here several months ago, we spoke to Austin Vander Ford following his win on the Dana white contender series show. And I said that I thought it was a travesty that they didn't sign him didn't understand it. Then don't understand it now. But Austin Vander Ford has moved on. And he has some news to share with all of us. Let's go to the magic a Skype and say Hello to Austin band afford. Who's been patiently waiting Austin? How are you? I'm doing really well. And thank you for for for waiting for us. We got a little backed up today. So I appreciate your patience. Let's not waste any time. What's what's going on? What's on your mind? Gosh, I got got some awesome news over the past few days you weeks, and yeah, I'm excited I'm signing with Bella tour. And yeah. I couldn't be more excited. Can't wait to get out and site competing congratulate. I like the shirt, it's a nice well done. You know? I you you do know I've got jailed Sunday as my yes. I got a full out some stuff every once in a while. Yes. A little showmanship. I like it. So congratulations. How did this come about? Did they reach out to you that you re because because you I remember you telling me before the contender series show, you had talks with them as well. Yeah. There was there's some dialogue back and forth and whatnot. And you know, things things just played out. And yeah, fortunately, they were they were still interested in you know, I fought. I fought like a month and a half ago. And yeah, there was there was still interested in super fortunate in an excited, man. I'm really happy with with the route that I'm going in all that. So okay. And so do you have your debut fight say yet? No nothing yet. We we signed everything last week. And so just kind of been waiting for the right opportunity to to announce in whatnot in and so yeah, I mean, this is the the first really that anyone knows about it. And yeah, so excited can't wait to see you know, who I get for my first opponent. And and all that. So and I appreciate you coming here to announce it, we thank you very much for.
"vander" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"That's just discussed so far with with me in my valuations because you're doing the stuff that doesn't necessarily show up on stats sheet, but it shows up on the tape in its helping your teammates look better. I just really like the player. I think he's played really well yet row quick. Just wanna, bring up personal played. The second most. Snaps on the defensive line is our boy Antoine woods. He's stud twenty seven, twenty seven snaps. He had a shared sack with Tyrone Crawford. I believe. I really don't think I've seen him have a negative play a non probably again, I'm probably over exaggerating. I'm sure he has, but he just you don't see him on the ground over. You don't see him within on tackles or sack. Speaking of, have you guys seen late Vander Missa tackle yet, like even in the open field? Yeah, he's, he's really great. I bring people down. I think he was the only when bring on saquon week too. Yeah. I mean, he'd definitely if he has. It's been one that we didn't remember. So it means it wasn't but so bad, but we're out of time. We already went over again. So like I said, make sure you fall Twitter. I don't need to give your Twitter handles again, basically cut out. You can cut out that part about me not have Mike on. Yeah, we'll twenty seconds soon that Twitter, you know, Twitter handles make sure you are falling blogging, boys on Twitter, make sure falling off our great work over blogging, the boys. Thanks to blogging the boys. Thanks to media productions. Thanks to explanation. Thanks. Everyone of you who listen every week. We're talking.
"vander" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Congratulations on what happened in Atlantic City. You had a very nice showing. I did it was a lot of fun happy to be home. But it was a thrill to say the least experience so top fifteen on the final night. And we all saw you on TV that was absolutely cool. And I wanted to ask you about the award. You won for onstage interview during the prelims that was pretty cool. Tell us about that. It was so interview is always been my favorite phase of competition. Many people don't see the cry that ten minute interview you have with the judging panel and with the elimination of swimsuit any extension of onstage speaking in competition. People got to see more of that this year, which is incredible. So I received the first onstage interview question. Preliminary award Wednesday night for preliminary competition this year, and I was for it. I do have speaking. I knew my interview felt good. But you never really know truly. How you did? And that was approbation that it went as well, as I thought it was this experience, everything that you thought it was going to be it was I know. There's a lot of backlash with the changes and uncertainty. But I told everyone that I've had the opportunity to see something back that it was my experience and for those two weeks. I felt like Miss America the volunteers the security guards the hostess team everyone that made. Sure, all fifty one of us candidates were prepared enjoyed our time in Atlantic City and truly had that Miss America experience that you play and dream for years in the making TNN Vander. Hi, miss Wisconsin is with us. Do you ever roommate when you're at Miss America, dad, I ruined with DC district of Columbia, Alison Farris, and she's great. I was just texting her because we're getting a group of girls together to go down to Disney and February and Rhonda Disney Princess half marathon for children's hospital. Now, that's wonderful. I always wonder do all the ladies get along. When you're together we do. I know there's some common scary. Oh, types involved the pageants. But it's a sisterhood and a lot of them. I was texting with Justice afternoon where like we miss. I you we were together every day for about twelve days, and you share a unique bond having that level of focus and preparation towards something that you all want. But no, you're accomplish driven women and beyond only one of us can win. You do form a unique friendship. Okay. Two part question who is the nicest, and who is the one that just got on your last nerve. Oh, God, I'm on question nicest, Susan ISIS. We'll get on your nerves. You know? That's a that's a tough one. I could answer that question. Sorry through that back that. Did you did you bond like DC, you your roommate rights, you probably bonded with her? Do you find yourself that? You really have some young women that you just have a bond with something really in common with you. You do I think at any avenue of life and a workforce setting or team environment. You find that I got really close with miss Washington at orientation in July. And we grew our friendship atmos- America. She to then broadcasts as a reporter and an anchor. So we have that in common, and we're both a little older miss Texas with another one Madison that I got close with I roomed with her orientation. So he wasn't my roommate atmos- America that we got close. Then do you feel like with this experience? These will be friendships and bonds that last for a lifetime. Oh my goodness. Yes. Many pass holders. It's bad. Oh darn so scanning up in my wedding. Or I visit them all the time our kids their friends. So it's a unique friendship to go through this caliber of an event together to be on live television to be focused in preparation for months and years leading up to this point. Absolutely. She is missed Wisconsin 2018 Tiana Vander high. And she's got a lot of good work. She's a good kid and continue to do around our state for a little bit of time here. Congratulations. You did us. Also, proud. Nice work Tiana. Thank you so much for being with us. Hey, thanks for having me. NF? Anyone wants to book me you can have to miss Wisconsin dot com and schedule your that's a great idea. Miss Wisconsin dot com. Right. Thank you. Another thing. I wanted to mention boss is her platform of Sanford building our sauce skill strengthening our future. I love this. It's about interviewing it's about relationships. It's about getting along with other people. Verbal and nonverbal communication skills, helping young people achieve their goals through those skills, and that is her platform town of Andhra hide it is three thirty eight et WTMJ. We're gonna head to I think it's North Carolina. Get an update on the fallout from hurricane Florence live up next on WTMJ.
"vander" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"All right. Look at this where completing the circle here on the Dave damasec football program. Anybody who's been around for any amount of time will remember during the pre draft process we visited with and Vander ash and we gave them some tips how to comport himself on draft day. Then at the draft he employed those draft tips. And now he is a member of the Dallas Cowboys. And he told me seeded inbetween late. Ni- Sean Lee, Dallas Cowboys. Great. I asked Layton, well, let me show you the clip here Sean Lee. I think you're going to be very touched by that. I refer you to the monitor right there. I'm being told, we don't have a monitor right there, but anyway. Well, there wasn't. I. Embarrassed. But anyway, the point is the point is Sean. What he said is, is that the one Dallas cowboy who he admired most in the history of of America's team was Sean Lee. He couldn't wait to learn what Sean Lee had to teach him. How does that make you feel? That means a lot. I mean, he has been unbelievable guy coming in and got to watch film of when we drafted him unbelievable athlete, the way he moves the way he knows the game already, but then to come in and work like he's work to know the defense like he knows it's been incredible working with them already. And and how is it been you? You dreamt of getting to work alongside Sean lien August. Now the dream has come true. What can you report back to us? Lee is still kind of surreal and in. I don't know if it's hit me yet, but I mean it's everything I could ever ask for and and finally be in the position now and into learn from guy, like Sean is is. I mean, I literally I couldn't ask for anything better. You got everything. You know, you have absolutely no excuses. When you learn from a guy like him because he knows it all and and he Ilian ROY. I mean, Sean, let's be honest. It's a Little Brown nose, but still it's. Nice when it's directed at you. Right? We'll listen this guy a real deal. And so like I said, when with him there's not too much, teach them. I mean, he's coming in learning everything. There's a Little Brown, no soup. But when I was rookie, I was a Brown nose to I wanted to learn everything. I wanted to be a great football player, and you have to be that way if if you wanna play. Right. Have you guys talked about the fact that one of you has to first names, but no last name and the other one has? No first name, but three last names. And how does that sit with you? Late new. I. Milo. And has three last names think you can figure it out? Lindsey, I kinda kinda, it's fancy. How do I feel about it? Yeah. We just says the first thing I save a to last night. So I've learned is I, I don't over think things like that. Just when it comes to football, try to keep things simple. You got him a dive that deep in in these meetings focusing you've had to refocus kind of on the way you tackle after a lifetime or two lifetimes, where tackling one way, how have you guys have the Cowboys co, how the coaches, or is it an individual thing where you guys have have to take it upon yourself to basically relearn proper technique in the NFL with the new rules? I think the coaches have done a great job teaching the rule the rough came in and did unbelievable job teaching it. You know, it's going to be tough because we've, we've used the helmet and a lot of ways a hit and it's a violent game. We know if we have to keep your head up and that's what we're working on in every single drill. Keeping your head up, making sure you're using the facemask, not the top your helmet. If you work on it over time, you in granite and and you're able to play with it, are you? Are you anticipated? The teams may be based on what you've been watching or playing against over the years in the NFL. Are you anticipating offenses, philosophically, maybe not running between the tackles and short yardage at the goal line and so on and maybe having to throw. Or or run off tackle more than we've seen over the decades in pro football?.
"vander" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"A decision about your words i i let me say j t has not made a mistake in six episodes i'm i'm getting real lex vander vanenburg vibe from him him from from f from africa yeah but with that being said i'm not gonna give him any points this week because he had confessed that's not where the focus was i also want to bring up lisa who's not going to get any points this week from a she's i'm not present she's playing a perfect game like like j t is she has been you know every of every you know foreign immersion international version american version there's there's a couple of people that don't have to start playing a game till about day twenty or twenty five lisa in that position right now she has she has been dealt the perfect hand she she headed play very little game in chonco and the the old john and she's not having to play in the new trunk l not yet anyway you know yeah yet she she's like she's tickles me helping the fan she is in her little ticks and stuff anyway no points for you but keep up the good work let's see gonna have to give.
"vander" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Grace vander while we clearly i don't know anymore stay here now i'm going to stay here coz curtains doc it's gonna take me gonna take me down same as always all the signs the ones geno floor shake me.
"vander" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Yeah we're doing this week oh are you make sure you track him in cindy down doing that one on i tunes or at nfl dot com slash podcasts thanks for coming in matt money smith make sure you listen to the petros and money show if you wanna be hip and now and now let's get to vander ash all right here we go roll in through the free agency staff and the draft is drawing ever closer and seeded to my immediate left a guy who's named figures to go in the first round from boise state late in vander at how are you fellow doing awesome i like a right out of the gate i can tell you're in the draft process here because you've matched all you've match many shades of blue here today not that your is match the turf of boise state and the suit and tie that you're wearing i mean blues been a big part of it and i feel like i just got to stick with it i guess at this point yeah it'd be crazy not to i apologize on behalf of southern california that it's raining when you arrive here we didn't put our best foot forward for you now we were talking as you sat down here you are planning on being in dallas texas for that draft right and that what what you're who's going to be at the big table with you your family gained some some fame pre bowl game for you this past season.
"vander" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"I'm studying facebook live because i could not do it while mimicking the fine waitstaff of serve while vander pump rules in detroit you so a couple of crazy things happened this week someone tweeted us abbas whatever young people era like maybe you should post that first episode that you guys recorded vander pop rules i don't remember that well i went back into the archives that's i went back in the archives because like well you know that show the show started what two thousand thirteen who's been watching van approval since the very beginning so have we this is emergency no god ronnie one calling emergency services guess what they never come i'm not the only fucking idiot you know how many people who have been burned alive because i phone people are like this it's romney even don't send a truck now you see now like please keep calling the phone right now okay so no facebook live tonight our everyone said the reason i didn't remember it is because i was not there that day i'm miss the first episode of andhra prempeh rules on the podcast okay i was not even there the first thing i remember is coming back and i was like why are you guys making me watch shit i'm not watching this bullshit i mean i'm aware in hollywood so gross i hate those skinny fuckers it's always a fat one running behind him sweating all over everybody actually waiting tables and anybody who's ever eaten in that town knows to be true.
"vander" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Five to three hurdle vander cain with a hat trick tonight carbon with his new team and la bonk with a goal his tenth for san jose red wings and dogs after one tied at ones green and ritchie the goal scorers mike greene with a goal for detroit remember how many gavdos how big of a starry was making all that money now he's playing in detroit right like no one cares about their care somebody literally nobody except for for our capitals all over the islanders six three carver high's meeting tonight that his team despite j thirty second and bars all's nineteenth carbohydrates getting that they were tanking there they quick throwing in the towel quit last night the capital players and trots after the game said they they let us do whatever we wanted they made it easy on us i mean it was embarrassing other teams and coaches are saying that is the time to fire dugway and then doug weight after the game last night they lost seven to three is i don't know got up there and said you know i thought we played well tonight i know the score was seven to three but you know what can you do that's what he said that's a quote right there yeah direct quote i thought we played well tonight you lost seven to three i anti caps i hit the senators in overtime over the stars three two to everything else is going on as we speak now a fourteen point unbc lead over virginia the largest deficit for virginia they hit a bucket now and they're down twelve and one so they're trying to cut it to eleven there down twelve right now to the retrievers of maryland baltimore county we're on involved a more are you love and life in baltimore watching the retrievers aren't you all maryland fans do you even root for maryland.
"vander" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"We lit right i feel like it's easy to do on vander pump roles it less so easy and so fun hands i i hate that i love my drink so much you know what i will have i've been doing a big rewatta vander pump rules i just finished with like the last two seasons and i was surprised in real time you're hanging out so much with christon dodie how crazy is that how did that come about on you know i awad of people sit there and they're like she's crazy and i'm like now she's just real she just wears her crazy on her sleeve and i love that of our home like how uber's get them grow anybody who the sound so wayne but anybody who loves their dog more than life itself i'm like you're a good check so we've just started connecting and she's she's kind to me and when i launched my lip line give them all a beauty make sure you get that on shabwa beauty dot com nice she was so kind and supportive and it's very telling about someone when they just randomly text yonsei like hey just wanted to say happy valentine's day to you and your boo wow you are really a nice person yes so i can act with kristin she's a good one uh uh well someone you i think in khorasan have commoner obviously james we saw on social media that you kind of officially unfunded him and said you were done where are you now ahead of that come about and why the way that he spoke about my boyfriend is something that i can't forgive you know and i would hope that if my boyfriend had a friend and they spoke about me in the way he spoke about my man that he would end his friendship with them that's what i would expect so the fact that this this is my human that i fully intend on spending my whole life with he has two children he is the son of someone he's the brother of someone in that's how you speak about him.
"vander" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Experience positive or negative and turn it into a transformational learning exercise where you can off times turn bad experiences into positive outcomes i'm going to give me an example of this but it's a very simple form and again it's free when you downloaded on live abundantcomforwardtoolbox it's only up for two weeks because this is part of a whole toolbox kit that when we go out and travel retails for several hundred dollars but i want you to be able to download the weekly tool at no charge whatsoever so let's talk about this better life circle whatever experience you may have be it a talker a lesson or a e vander vacation anything that you do it could even be a marriage that you have had a rough go with what you do is in the first box at the top you write down a summary of the experience you'd like to learn from big as we all make choices and create periods and summer triumphs and others not so much but it's often from the less than stellar experiences that we can learn the most and use those lessons to live a better life so once you write down the experience you'd like to learn from you go to this second box which is divided into two columns one is a positive one is negative okay and what you do is you write down in evaluate what was positive and about that experience what was positive what worked and then the other column negative what didn't work and be thinking about the greatest take away from the experience so the positive the negatives what worked what didn't work and then as you go to the bottom of this form your rethinking how you would handle this type of situation differently in the future for a better result and all tell you how i do this when we hold our family retreat for the purpose or grandpa's camp every year gets better and better and better because we fill out one of these better life circles every time we finish up an annual grandpa's camphor our grandchildren but it could be even a marriage that didn't work out and it never ceases to amaze me how many people sometimes we'll on the rebound date and get married again and then they say well i'll come i keep marrying you.
"vander" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"So we ever game we call which is worse okay where we will give you two situations and you have to say which was worst wonderful are you ready so ready okay first which is worst to have people only referred to you as gillian geico abs asthma here life yes or eating a tire italian dinner in the middle of a wrestling ring while a wrestling match is happening i think the gillian geico's because that seems like it's a onetime event the wrestling ring right yes that's true you get it over with yeah fair posed a smart answer this is an easy chess you're also like a wrestling fan low key lowkey lowkey witches worst to get punched directly in each boob by lisa vander pomp like each fishery has one one to each boop okay at once social after like set down her pomerania okay or get kicked in the uterus by rupaul it'd be an honor to have either thing that's what i guess i guess i guess it would be worst to be kicked in the uterus because they feel like the fat of your breasts were kind of soften the blow that's right that's right i saw lisa vander pump recently i was gonna ask work where first of all at sir i my question was going to be have you been to sir yes i have i went recently and they were filming that i and i met stasi yes i so i had no idea what serve was i was it for those who don't know it's likely savannah pumps restaurant stands for no sexy unique restaurant of cooks i have no idea what it was late manish word for south now it is and it's sexy unique restaurant it's like meditarranean nitz everything right and then also rupel you were you our guest joe yes.