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Fresh update on "vincent" discussed on Reveal
"Arlington sits on top of one of the country's biggest natural gas fields, The Barnett Shale, It's the birthplace of fracking. The city is part of the Dallas Metro area. The Cowboys and Rangers play in Arlington. It's also home to about 400,000 people and hundreds of natural gas wells. They're everywhere, close to houses, shopping malls, schools and daycares. Arlington's Children have unwittingly become part of an experiment. What happens when gas wells and people Intermix? It's something Wanda Vincent worried about at that council meeting. It makes me wonder down the road with some of our babies become big, Alright, Ill because of it. What one is referring to are gases, some toxic that can leak from the wells when they're first drilled, and for as many years as the wells produce gas, there's the methane itself that contributes to smog, which harms people's health and cancer, causing fumes like benzene and formaldehyde. And my question would be can this company guaranteed me 100%? But you're not putting any of us in.
Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown
"Which came 32 years ago today, when hundreds possibly thousands, died when China's Communist Party had used the People's Liberation Army to put a bloody end to the student led pro democracy protests. 1989. The date is always a flashpoint and nowhere is this more sensitive than the restive region of Hong Kong. Already a prominent pro democracy activist, Xiao Hong Kong, has been arrested by police there for promoting unauthorized assembly. The authorities say this year's event has been banned due to covid social distancing restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents would normally packed Victoria Park in a late night vigil. The BBC's Danny Vincent has this report from Hong Kong. For more than three decades. Ivy lie has marked every anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. She keeps copies of newspaper articles from that day under her bed, she does not forget. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil that officially commemorates those that died in 1989. When the Army opened fire on pro democracy protesters. It's murder. It's a bloody massacre of Tiananmen Square. This year, the police have banned an annual visual marking the day they threatened to imprison anyone who defies covid 19 restrictions. Ivy becomes emotional at the thought of not being able to attend. Activists believe the pandemic is being used as an excuse to silence dissent. That the which, over the years I think that not being able to go to Victoria Park, Hong Kong people will be very upset. Yeah.
Biden Announces ‘Month of Action’ to Get 70% of Americans Vaccinated
"So please exercise your freedom. Live without fear. We need to be one America United free from fear this for plenty of chance to win for those who get the vaccine incentives for those on the fence, everything from free beer to paying for college, Ohio, one of the states doing that, and Wednesday night, Lucky Ohio Student winner it. Zoe Vincent from Mayfield Village. Congratulations. You just won a full
"vincent" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"That's part of the magic of him is like everyone should hate them. And everyone's just so. I've never been more excited by someone. Success that i wanted and didn't get me to. There's literally nothing. The guy is amazing. And he's not only. Is he like a sweetheart but he shows up. It's a hard worker shows up. He wants it to be great. I think that's because he was a wrestler in high school. I think the dudes who found their way to wrestling. We're willing to like lose weight and train like that. They're a different breed true. I think so too. I think you're right. And also i think sportsmen are different breed of people to which he is also that. Yeah and let's add a third category. He's an outdoorsman. Yeah i know two people that can hit anything with anything and he's one of them. One is a native american where he can like. Pick up any object in hit anything with grilling chris is the same way. I'm really good with a rifle but this is no joke came. I'm not exaggerating. Chris could draw a six shooter at his hip and flare right. Yeah all inside a playing card. Monica i swear to you. I'm not getting eleven again. Only what can to magic. You can't do magic. You got that on him. Vincent knows magic. That's my monica sang. We were in a different way. Dunkin jealous the trajectory of my life. As i introduce you to someone. I love and care about and then that person quickly more hammered by this is. I'm used to this pattern. I don't know what it's never happened before. Kristen would leave me in two seconds for you overheard this. She'd taken a ring on. What was i going to save. Oh chris oh he knows you know maybe one of you do but you know how. Some people know the rubik's cube like they know it they see it in their mind when they're doing like they have the pattern down right. He's one of those guys. He also speaks german fluent german. My wow wow. Wow while he either speaks german. Or he's a few days at setting me up really. Here is the problem. Vincent also lies occasionally for his own amusement am now. Because he's a great actor. He told me this elaborate story of hurting his leg falling off a helicopter and it was on the roof of a building. Yes it was. I was so into it. Your memories off a little bit. Okay tell me how half of that story is true where you took a helicopter ride ones in your life where. I took a helicopter ride in the bottom rung of the helicopter. You'll remember got stuck on the side of a building. Yes as we were ascending. Oh okay so here's a building. Here's the rung of a helicopter. How it goes up and goes over and go but you at no point fell out of that helicopter. Shattered femur right no no. I remember when i told you this. But that's why. It's tough with chris to chris. Really really good at being a straight man. He's very very good at it. I've never seen the parks and rec philly. I try not to see anything that my friends have done. Well in just because of jealousy except for my gameshow except for the game show when it happened with the game..
Beyond Binaries, Beyond Orthodoxies - Jericho Vincent
"We are really thrilled to be having this conversation. So jericho vincent welcome to judaism unbound. It's so great to have you on the. I'm really excited to talk to you. Because i just finished reading your book cut me. Loose was yesterday or this morning. I just finished it. So i was hoping just that. Because i'm always conscious about like spoiler alert that you could tell a little bit of your story just to get us started here in the way that you you tell it so that people understand you know who you are and where you've come from and where you're going sure. So i published my memoir back in two thousand fourteen skuld comey loose and it tells the story of my upbringing in an ultra orthodox rabbinic family. And what happened. When i started pushing back against some of the rules of that lifestyle Spoiler i can tell you what happened was pretty dreadful things. My family basically pushed me out. I was totally unprepared as an ultra orthodox teenager to live on my own in new york city which is what i ended up doing a lot of trauma. I'm as i try to survive before. Finally starting to pull myself out of that. And trying to rebuild a life the stable safe and that's sort of the ark of the book the ark of life stories much larger than that. Yeah we've had guests on this show. Who have left ultra-orthodox judaism and in that book. We if we were having this conversation some years ago. I think that's the conversation that we would have been having but in the time since you published that book you came out as trans and i'm not sure exactly when that was in the timeline so you can help us understand where we're sitting today and then down the road when i'm really also really interested in. Is this connection or maybe it is. Maybe it isn't a way to understand judaism differently in light of the way that we are now understanding gender differently. So i came out publicly about tune half years ago and i came out as gender queer which is under the umbrella of trans identity and will the thing about writing a memoir is that you discover when you sit down to write. It is that human life is so massive and contain so many narratives. You can only fit very small. Sliver that into a book. And when i actually sat down to write my memoir i didn't know that i was gender queer
G7 Leaders to Meet in Person for First Time in Two Years
"Seven leaders will meet face to face in london for the first time in two years with representatives from india south africa australia south korea and the european union attending well to unpack this a little bit more much to discuss on this. I'm joined by reporter. Also very regular voice monocle twenty. Four vincent vinnie said hi vincit. Let's maybe look and and look forward to june I guess a couple of things come to mind. I mean i the symbolism around this the symbolism of of course the uk well and truly out of of the eu. also this first face-to-face summit Of course coming out of of the pandemic how much of this is going to be. Also just a showpiece. Aside from the fact that this is not going to be a g. Seven as usual traditionally we. We really do see countries from time to time. Pull out the stops. How much is this is going to be a a real sort of set and showpiece for the uk. Well there's a huge opportunity for the u k to combat the idea that we've become an isolationist and that is now little outside of the eu. It's also boris johnson's really first. Big step onto the world stage. Because for most of his premiership he's been dealing with the pandemic he's been doing meetings by zoom of this challenge to try and use some of the chums allegedly has and he was voted in for on other world leaders because all of these world leaders attending he also needs to do post. Brexit trade deals with There are other issues to deal with the u. k. Hosting the cop twenty six later in the year and so they need to get agreements across the least the g. seven and those extra invited parties in order to deal with nations like india and china later in the. Yeah
St. Vincent Nurses and Tenet Management Resume Negotiations
"In some politicians certainly turning out in support of the striking nurses at ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester. Monday, will market nine weeks since around 800 nurses walked off the job demanding a lower nurse to patient ratio as WBZ Suzanne Saz ville reports. Negotiations resumed earlier in the afternoon with hospital owner Tenet Healthcare State. Rep. Mary Kee Took part in a made a caravan supporting the nurses. We depend on nurses, and we depend on that care that they give us and when they're not able to do it, I trust the workers. You know what's happening in the workplace? Caroline Moore has been a nurse at ST Vincent for more than 40 years, She says. Community support gives them a boost as they head into their ninth week. You know, I grew up in was there I've been born and raised here my whole life. My Saint Vincent hospitals. My hospital. You know it was taken over by this for profit monster and is making changes that are totally unacceptable. The hospital says it remains willing to compromise in Worcester. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ Boston's news radio. No word on what that compromise is. The hospital released a statement saying they plan to offer one more solution. It's official. If you can socially distance
Climate Change Risks Mounting for Businesses
"Risks and opportunities to companies face in the years ahead. Here is maggie. Pelosi an attorney with vincent and elkins. Hi meg welcome to climate. Cast ballots to be here. So how do companies begin to assess their risk as climate change impacts. Continue to unfold. So i think many companies have already started down this road and fundamentally there are two big types of risks that companies are looking at right now. The first are risks or opportunities that individual companies may face associated with the energy transition. So that's the transition from an economy. Where many of our power sources are coming from. Fossil fuels to an economy is mostly powered by renewables or other carbon free kinds of sources to power the second risk. That has gotten less attention. But i think is in many ways going to be more significant for all companies on a going forward basis is the physical risks of climate. Change as you well know in your listeners will be well familiar. There are a number of physical impacts of climate that regardless of what actions we take to reduce emissions now. We are going to experience changes in storm. Severity rises in sea levels. Changes in temperatures in each of those types of events can have impacts on the ability of industry stained continuity of their operations or to respond in emergency or disaster situations litigation. Around this. what are you seeing emerge. I think the most prominent piece of litigation in this space are the legal challenges have been wrought by a variety of municipalities against oil and gas producers. Those cases are in very early stages. There are a number of other types of cases that we are starting to see against corporations that are asking questions about the readiness of companies physical facilities for climate change so basically using tools of conventional environmental law to say. Gosh are you really complying with your permanent things like preventing spills or preventing releases if you haven't thought about the potential for increased storm surge increased flash precipitation events those kinds of things. What about regulations they're changing. We know there's a change in politics in washington. Dc so what are regulators doing around climate policy. And what does it mean for companies right now. The most significant thing that's happening in climate change that will impact corporations is the increase in attention to climate at the securities and exchange commission in terms of other buckets of climate regulation. We expect to see the will. Impact businesses the fed has created a group called the supervision climate committee which is essentially looking at the potential to create climate stress test for systemically important banks and then we will certainly see some of the more conventional types of greenhouse gas regulation environmental laws to be signed the obama administration. What about opportunities. Are you seeing opportunities ahead in this space. I absolutely am seeing opportunities. And and i think that the right conversation around climate at pretty much every company is. What's the transformational opportunity. I'll give you a very concrete example in the oil and gas industry we are seeing an increasing number of the big oil and gas companies. Talking about how they can become carbon management companies right. They will say look should regretting oil and gas. How the ground. But you know what that means. We're great at characterizing the geology formations knowing how to see to inject things and knowing how to monitor wells and knowing how to plug in the end in them so we can take all those skills and we can turn around and start putting c o two into the ground and we can create a new line of business for
Worcester Nurses, St. Vincent Hospital to Resume Talks Amid Strike
"Strike against ST Vincent Hospital in Worcester, now in its eighth week. The union says it will continue. Negotiations resumed today. However, the union says the hospital's parent company failed to address any of the staffing concerns raised by the nurses
St. Vincent Volcano Eruptions Continue
"There are no reports of injuries or death after another volcanic eruption on the tiny Caribbean island of ST Vincent's. The latest in a Syriza of explosions happen Tuesday morning, scattering Morash around the island and even to the island nation, Barbados more than 100 miles away. Thousands near the volcano evacuated ahead of the first eruption on Friday, but the explosions have caused water and power issues. For those who stayed put. The prime minister of ST Vincent and the Grenadines has been thanking other nations for providing supplies and other
Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting
"Erupted again early Monday, sending massive amounts of gas and ash miles into the sky. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, it was the biggest explosion since seismic activity began late last week. Less afraid volcano has been spewing ash and gas is for days. Monday morning's explosion sent huge pyroclastic flows down the mountain. Destroying everything in its path. According to the head of the island Seismic Research Center. Ash from the explosions has reached as far as Barbados. The activity is affecting the island's water supply and food distribution. ST. Vincent's prime minister warns the emergency situation could continue for up to four months. Nearby islands have sent aid for cruise ships are close by ready for evacuations. But residents want to stay more than 3700 or in 80 shelters. The last time the volcano exploded was 1979. There were no fatalities and earlier explosion in 1902 killed some 1600 people. Carrie Kahn. NPR news Attorneys for the Boy
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.
'Nomadland' Wins 4 BAFTAs Including Best Picture, Director
"Thebes Big winner at this year's British Academy Film Awards held on Sunday night here in London as well as best film. It also won best director for Chloe Zhao on best actress for Frances McDormand. After voting system had been changed this year after complaints the awards were doing too little to encourage diversity. His our arts correspondent, Vincent Out E Think friends, part of an American tradition My dad used to say. It's remembered lives. It was no surprise. Nomad Land took the best film at the BAFTAs. Lots of people expected to do the same. The Oscars two weeks from now. It's a powerful investigation of the soul of America, with Frances McDormand, superb in the lead role, and her win as best actress was predictable. There was talk of best
Surrounding Islands Covered in Ash After St. Vincent Volcanic Eruptions
"After a long dormant volcano erupted on ST Vincent, much of not only that Caribbean island but also neighboring islands are covered in ash. Eva seized a Packer report the ash from the lesser for a volcano blanketing not just ST Vincent, but neighboring Caribbean islands. Ash has been raining down as far as ST Lucia and Barbados, which is over 100, Miles east residents there being urged to keep removing the build up of ash from their roofs before it rains. Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley. What actually makes it heavier and therefore what we need is a little water, but a lot of muscles are a lot of shovel. Just 50 miles north ash over ST Lucia was said to have turned day into
St. Vincent suffers power outage after La Soufrière volcano erupts
"Zone after the eruption of the Soufriere volcano, power and water supplies have been cut and houses covered in ash. And Sir Anthony Hopkins, who's
St. Vincent residents evacuating amid volcanic eruption
"On ST Vincent are fleeing. The final evacuees made their way to safety. A day after the last U Fear volcano erupted with an explosion that shook the ground spewed ash skyward and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock. The eruption is its first large one since 1979. Ash covered everything creeping into homes, cars and noses on a strong Sophus smell lingered in the air evacuate to wanna, Burke says she's hoping the eruption will end soon. I am scared. I'm just hoping for the best so that everything can be over so I can go behold, local resident foreigner Helix says She's been through this before you up. Did I was nine years old. Now I'm 50 years old. Scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks and That the worst could be it to come. I'm Karen Sharma's news and
Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions
"The last few people remaining in the area closest to an erupting volcano in the eastern carribean island of Saint Vincent have face to get clear the final evacuees made their way to safety at day off to the last two free apple K. no rocketed with an explosion that shook the ground speed ask I would and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock the eruption is its first large ones since nineteen seventy nine US covered everything creeping into homes because the noise is on a strong sulfur smelling it in the air evacuee to one a Bucks says she's hoping the eruption will end soon I am a bed I'm just hoping for the best set up everything comes over so I can go back home local resident veranda Hicks says she's been through this before did I was nine years old now I'm fifty years old scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks said that the worst could be yet to come I'm Karen Thomas
Ash-Covered St. Vincent Awaits More Volcanic Explosions
"I'm Julie Walker ash rained down across the eastern Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday a day after a powerful volcanic explosion and they expect even more activity the loss of revel que no continue to rise up to twenty five thousand feet in the air covering safe inside with thick layers of ash and a strong scent of sulfur even some neighboring islands were affected thousands of people had to evacuate Friday but let Mario Edwards spent the night in the red zone then Saturday was it is ash covered cars leading the move no so right now all that I mean my family right here right now officials say the volcano has entered an eruptive phase that may continue over the next few days or even weeks royal Caribbean cruises is they're prepping for evacuations I'm Julie Walker
St. Vincent covered in ash as volcano activity continues
"Has awakened in the Caribbean, spewing ash and forcing evacuations on the island of ST Vincent. ABC is Julie McFarland volcano, known as last You for has been quiet for decades, but began showing signs of activity just a few months ago. Then on Friday on early morning eruption, followed by a second just hours later, Carnival and Royal Caribbean cruise ship standing by off the coast to evacuate people off the island. Republican
St. Vincent covered in ash as volcano activity continues
"Continue on a Caribbean island where volcanoes now erupted several times says ABC is Derek Dennis and emergency on the island of ST Vincent Volcano on the island, south of ST Lucia and Martinique, corrupting multiple times and threatening to erupt again is likely to be More explosive eruptions, and it can get worse. So if you're still in not, we would actually leave immediately, and stories and Minister Carlos James helping to coordinate evacuations. With cruise ships docking to ferry people out there is a designated red zone covering a third of the island. Derek Dennis ABC News San
"vincent" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"He had failed as a preacher after all he could neither convince the people nor preach in a way simple enough for them to understand this triggered another existential crisis in him. And once again, he started wondering if he could be of any use in the world wondering what to do with his life Vincent who like the miners their lives and the scenes around them started capturing them in a drawings. Then he sent these sketches to his brother along with the letters. He sent him his brother Theo who looked at these sketches urged him to pursue a career as an artist. Life is an artist heating to his brother's advice and eager to establish his presence in the world through his art in 1880 Vincent van hoek went to Brussels to learn from the Dutch artist. William Ellis will and convinced fence and to enroll in the Belgian art school. So Vincent enrolled in the art school and learned the concepts of anatomy modeling and perspective however, as usual outfits and soon became restless and wanted to move to the countryside to draw landscapes and peasant life, but since he was living off the monthly allowances from his father and his brother Theo he couldn't do as he pleased. So in 1881 due to financial struggles, he moved to the Netherlands to live with his parents once again, Even though Vincent van hoek was living with his parents at the age of twenty-eight his time at home helped him improve his painting skills. It is during this time that fence and started painting portraits off. His sister is a model. He also learned to paint using charcoal and pastels from a cousin and famous Dutch realist painter Anton mauve Anton realized Vincent's potential as an artist and encourage him to continue drawing enthusiastic Vincent wrote to Theo telling him that what he had previously thought impossible was becoming possible now Vincent's love for Landscapes and painting Ordinary People had not left him yet. So he started painting these scenes using the new techniques. He had learned his paintings like portrait of an elderly gentleman and farmer sitting by the fireplace reading were painted during this time. Even though the time living with his parents benefited his art skills. It brought him pain in 1881 when his cousin key foes who had been recently widowed visited him he fell in love with her. She came after she refused to accept his marriage proposal. He persisted annoying both his parents and Keys parents. Heartbroken by another failed love attempt fence and left home and went to the city where Anton mauve was living Anton taught Vincent how to use oil to paint and lent him money to set up a studio. But despite Anton helping Vincent. They eventually fell apart due to differences in opinion Vincent who had little to no money could only hire people from the street to be his models back in 1882 while using a prostitute as a model for one of his paintings fence and fell in love with her their love grew and after a year The Prostitute and her little daughter started Living with Vincent the Palm too. Cold CN Hornick was made pregnant by another man. Jan had lost two children during infancy and was abandoned by all the four men who fathered her children. So Vincent decided to marry her because he didn't want her to feel abandoned anymore. But his family opposed his decision vehement Lee there for eighteen months after they first met they broke up because she didn't share fin since love for art and also because Theo objected to his brother's decision to marry a former prostitute CN would become the only woman with whom fence and lived heartbroken. Once again, Vincent Van hoek traveled to a desolate District in the Netherlands and started Living Like a gnome but by the end of 1883, he started feeling too lonely. So he moved in with his parents once again, While living with his parents Vincent Van hoek painted Weavers and their Cottages his famous painting The parsonage Garden at Newnan was painted during this time in the next two years. He painted a very rapid Pace finishing almost 200 oil paintings numerous watercolors and drawings by this time Vincent's technique had improved a lot. However, he was merely adopting the style of other Dutch artists and hadn't created his own style yet at that time. Theo was working in Paris, which was the world center of art at that time. So Vincent sent his paintings including his first major work that took a toll eaters to Theo so that he could sell them but Theo couldn't sell any of them because they were darker compared to the bright impressionist paintings, which people loved Then November 1885 Vincent moved to Antwerp to study at the Academy of Fine Arts during this time. He became interested in Japanese art and the works of Monet and other impressionist painters back in January 1886. Hoping to improve his understanding of figure drawing which is the practice of drawing from a live model in different poses Vincent enrolled at the Academy after attending the first drawing classes. He found out to his dismay that the academy doesn't use nude models. So he used the money which Theo sent him to hire nude models and by painting materials therefore he had very little money left for food for several months. He survived on bread coffee. And tobacco alone has a result. He became ill and his teeth became loose and painful moreover. He came into conflict with his instructors and teachers do to his unconventional painting style. So in March 1886, he moved to Paris where Theo was After moving in with Theo Pinson started working as an apprentice for the painter Fernand Gorman. This allowed him to meet other painters who became his friends with the help of Theo who was selling real life impressionist paintings. He could meet several impressionist painters, including Monet. Finally Vincent Van hoek felt that he was a part of a community of artists moreover. He got ample opportunity to study the techniques of other painters and greatly admired the work of Monticello. As a result in two years from March 1886 to February 1888 Vincent Van hoek techniques improved at an extraordinary rate. He created his own style by studying impressionist paintings Japanese art and the techniques used by Old Dutch painters. He aimed to distort the reality and natural laws to express deep intense emotions and touch people. So he went beyond the confines of impressionism. He utilized opposing colors to harmonize brutal extremes while distorting and exaggerating forms to convey the overwhelming emotions. He felt deep within him this unique style of art was appreciated by several artists when he exhibited his paintings in 1888, but despite the growing interest among fellow artists for his paintings. He couldn't sell a single painting. Vincent's artistic skills improved tremendously during his stay in Paris, where as his health deteriorated terribly. He often neglected his health while painting rigorously his drinking habits and poor eating habits along with his previous psychological condition led to depression violent mood swings and erratic behavior in a letter to his sister Theo remarked how living with fincen felt like living with two people gift of delicate person and another heartless selfish person in February 1888 due to stress and alcohol Vincent Van. Hope came close to a physical and mental breakdown. So despite earning the respect of his fellow artists in Paris Vincent decided to move away from the stressful life in Paris to a more peaceful place in southern France. Charles was a peaceful City their fence and painted the winter landscape and the portraits of local residents whom he befriended he produced some of his famous paintings including the sunflower series and our boss. He was extremely productive painting at a frantic Pace, but despite producing some of the world's remarkable paintings fence and still hadn't made a single sale yet the more he painted the more convinced. I became that his paintings would become historically important. Vincent left Paris to escape from the fast-paced life there, but after arriving in Arles and painting at a rapid Pace, he longed for the company of other artists after all The Melancholy and his obsession with creativity was destroying his mental health. So he invited artists from Paris in July 1888. Paul Gauguin accepted his invite and came to orals. They both had intended to start an art community in Arles initially. They got along well exchanging paintings and debating about art..
"vincent" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Everywhere we look the complex magic of nature blazes before is. And the doctor replies I've seen many things my friend but you're right nothing's quite as wonderful as things you see. Great. Achakzai. Nice that's that's a great one and then lastly. When Van Off. Goes into the Tartus and he says. How come I'm the crazy one youtube states saying. Yes. Well, then if no one else is going to do it, I'm going to do because I think this sums up a lot of. You know. My philosophy of life right where Amy's all the press than he goes, I wouldn't say that the way I see it life as Apollo good things and bad things. Good. Things don't all face soften the bad things but vice versa the bad things don't necessarily spoil the good things or make them unimportant and we definitely added to his pile of good things. Exactly. That's lovely. Had that but I didn't WANNA be greedy about it so. I. I was I. was going to read it I don't know are. Yeah there's. That I just saw when the doctor says, I'm going in and Vincent says I'm coming to and he says, no, you're Vincent Van Golf No, and he says, but you're not armed and the doctor says I am he says with what he as overconfidence and this. Bag and a small screwdriver I'm absolutely sorted. I just have to find the right setting and stunning with it. Sonic never fails I just loved that he was like I'm. I'm good and you know it's me and my bag and my overconfidence. And my screwdriver just to just a a great script by Richard Curtis Great Dialogue Real cracker as. As the doctor likes to say in this one. All right. Absolutely. So you. So here we are rating. Let's start with Nick I. Since. He's over there. Nick what your rating for this one? I'm going to give this episode nine out of Ten starry starry nights. Very nice sir. And Jesse. How about you? So. Because I had not read the Agenda, I was like, Oh, I'll just do ten out of ten self-portrait. So then what I saw like Oh crap I can't use that because that's what Charles gave his example So this is not because neck mentioned it. But because Don McLean's Vincent is one of my favorite songs as well. So I'm giving it ten out of ten and Don McLean versions of Vincent. Right. In Martha, how `Bout you what you're reading for this one I give it. Nine out of ten sunflowers beautiful. Yup. Very nice So question is, will Charles make the tie in this one or go with? The current majority. And I'm afraid I'M GONNA. have to go with majority in one. So I'm giving it a nine out of ten and cool bow ties nine. Hours for amy but. Stolen. Easily at ten, but the the the CRA. Guy. Guess just knocked down a tiny before me but otherwise, it would solid. Yeah, I think they had a better monster would have been ten for me as well. I. Agree. Was the absence of having Vincent by Don. McLean ha. And it just it just is creative voice episode. It's such an. Episode to me I. Don't doubt that I'm I'm. I'm judging it with a biased heart. But because it? Yeah. So absolutely, Hey, you're clean title. Jesse. Right. I got feet. Don't we? Will we do but can I do my reverse the players segment I? All? Yes, I'm sorry. Please do. This is what you get for not looking at the gender an absolutely. Right. So before we get into our feedback 'cause we got a lot of feedback. So I'm going to have to try to breeze through this as quickly as possible but if you vincent and the doctor and hey, doesn't right as we've proven and you're looking for something kind of similar in the same vein and similar So why don't we? Want. Something in that vein from the classic era, how `Bout we reverse the polarity the neutron flow back to. One Thousand Nine hundred ninety nine where it's I'm going to recommend city of death. which was the second serial from season seventeen. In nineteen seventy nine written by quote unquote David Agnew. Yes I'm doing the doctor evil air quotes David. Agnew. Who's actually that was actually a pseudonym for David Fisher the late great Douglas Adams and Graham. Williams. And in this episode, the story rather. While, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine Paris. So there's a connection right there. You know France and the fourth doctor and the second Romana since the effects of a time distortion observe the Countess Scarlet Tony using it alien device scan the security systems at the Louvre. Which is Housing Leonardo Davinci's Mona Lisa. The meat. Inspector. Duggan who suspects the Countess to be involved in art theft scheme with her husband count scar. Leoni and three investigate the scar Leoni mansion they're finding quickpoint us to experiment with time. The source of the time distortions as well as six exact copies of the Mona Lisa? The Doctor Instructs Romana and Duggan to. Continue investigating while he returns in the Tartus to the past to. The Inert Oh Davinci so You know INVINCI- doctor he meets Van Golf, and in this one, the Doctor Meets Leonardo Da Vinci. And, this one he's After the doctor leaves account returns after successfully stealing the Mona. Lisa captures Romana and Duggan. Learning reminds familiar with time to count forces Romana to continue the tests. In the past, the Doctor Rise Leonardo's home but is captured by count to creedy. Who Peers eerily similar to Count Scarlet Tony Tancredi reveals he's rarely scare off a member of the Jagir Oth- race who arrived on earth four, hundred, million years ago. But due to explosion in their craft, all the others died in scarce own body was fragmented across time. Collectively, the fragments Gareth have manipulated humanity so that by the twentieth century. They'll have a technology that will enable. Him To go back in time to stop that explosion from happening in the first place. Tancredi is employing Leonardo to create copies of the Mona Lisa. To finance his future incarnation, scarlet. Yonis work. After Tancredi lease that Dr knocks out his captor marks the blank canvases with a felt tip pen with the phrase. This is a fake. And these a message to Leonardo to paint over his writing before returning to the present. Back in nineteen seventy, nine, the doctor learns that Skara plans to destroy Paris if Romana. Doesn't continue. The work on time equipment? He tries to gain the Countess's help by showing counts Kara. Leonis true form, but Scarlett kills her. and. After Romana completes the adjustments Gareth uses the time equipment travel to the past. The doctor quickly ushers Romana and Duggan to the Tartus..
"vincent" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"And that's it on the business side of the House today my guest. Is a very. Very very strong man far far too strong. His name is Matt Vincent. And he was a two time. Highland Games world champion. If you don't know what the harling games are pretty fucking crazy. And he talks about him. Explains Mayo in-depth so I'm actually not going to, but he's also the founder of hate brand goods. And took me forever, and we talk about this as well to figure out what H v I stood for, but that's how he breaks out. Hate brand goods. He's traveled all over. The world spent time with exceptional people. He started off doing track and field. He's written books he does. Like I said he's got up in peril brand. The dudes awesome and he happened to be traveling through Montana literally miles from where I live so of course I'm GonNa snap up the opportunity to sit down and talk with them. We talked about quite a bit of stuff actually. Quite a bit of stuff Ami talked about him as a grown man wearing a kilt, and that is all I will say Oh that you guys go off and enjoy episode one thirty five. With Matt, Vincent Enjoy? Smoke. North. One? Smoke I'm looking at danger close now. includes..
"vincent" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
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"vincent" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"The other Africans stage revolts against plantation society that had the knock on reverberations around the Atlantic world, so I'm studying that process of sport warfare among Cor Montes in this case in Jamaica, but really with implications for how one sees slave revolt across the Americas during this period. Me About tacky in south. He was a real person. Tacky was a real person, and we don't know that much about, and we don't know exactly when he was transported to the Americas. We don't know how old he was. What we do know is that his name is the title for God chieftain. From the Gold Coast so his name is actually title which signifies that he was probably a man of importance in west Africa and then became again a man of importance among the slave rebels in Jamaica in seventeen sixty. We also know that he was most likely working as a driver. Now with implantation hierarchies, there were divisions even among enslaved people. So oftentimes slaveholders planters would nominate some person among the enslaved who they thought they could trust. To to help them police the rest of the slave population. Now this was a kind of dual role, because while those people were in some ways serving the plantation masters as sub overseers. Trying to control the rest of the enslaved, they also then had authority over the enslaved that they could use when they were revolts to lead rebellions and tacky was one of those drivers who decided to use the authority that he had to lead slave revolts, but he wasn't the only one there were other people that we can name also from the Gold Coast who were principal leaders of this revolt all around the island, and so when I call it tax revolt. It's almost tax revolt in scare quotes. Tax Revolt is the name that the planters gave it, but there were so many other leaders, and we all we don't actually know which leaders might have outranked tacky in the planning and execution of the revolt. All we can say is that tacky was one of the principal leaders who the slaveholders after the fact. Nominated as the leader of the revolt and designated the revolt tax revolt. Now the revolt was. Suppressed and people who had taken part in it, which transported to various locations. Yes, it was suppressed, and it was suppressed brutally through torture and spectacular execution, awful display of body parts all around the island but one of the other punishments in addition to the hundreds of people who were who were summarily executed was transportation. So, the planters transported another five hundred or more people from the island. Now some of those people you can track to various places like what was then British Honduras. What's now the country of Belize, but also to Virginia?.
"vincent" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Vincent Brown welcome to meet the rices. Slavery is war. Tell me what that means. Well. In the book. I tend to think of slavery itself as a state of war, and in that I'm following the enslaved themselves who often discuss slavery as a state of warfare amongst themselves, most famously allowed Equiano who <hes> we know as one of the most famous formerly enslaved abolitionists of the late eighteenth century British Atlantic. said in his autobiography that when you make people slaves. Them to live with you in a state of war. Now in that he was echoing the philosopher John Locke. Who said that what is slavery? But the state of war continued between what he thought was a lawful conqueror and the concord now John Locke was trying to legitimate slavery. He was an investor in the Royal African company, and he actually helped to write the constitution for the colony of south. Carolina, which became a slave state. State, but equiano was doing something a little bit different than John Locke. He was actually commenting upon the conditions of slavery, the violence that was required to maintain people in slavery and the kind of response that was bound to come by those people who had been subjected so violently so for him, slavery was a state of war, and there were other enslaved people who echoed. Seeing slavery that way helped me frame the slave revolt in Jamaica. In seventeen, sixty, seven, sixty, one, which was the largest in the eighteenth century, British Empire as a war itself right as one of a series of wars, all around the Atlantic world that then ed up in this conflict in seventeen sixty Jamaica I'd like to look at your own life, and where that intersects with war, because you grew up in San Diego, and in fact, it was very early on that. You became aware of conflicts. I did well. I'm an American citizen. I grew up in the United States. I was born in the late sixties at the height of the Vietnam War and <hes> I I'm sorry to say that I can't name a five year period when the US military hasn't been abroad somewhere engaged in conflict with somebody over the course of my entire life, which seems to me like a half century of war having. Having grown up in San Diego I grew up in one of the largest terry garrison towns really in the history of the world the US Navy is as a major base in San Diego. The US Marines just north of San Diego have a major base and so coming through high school. A lot of my friends would join the military because it was the big industry in town, right. And of course, you know, my family had been <hes> had served in the army. My father served in the army. My Uncle A. Brother had done three combat tours I. Believe one in Korea and two in Vietnam, so the history of the military, the engagement overseas abroad in military campaigns was very much a part of my thinking growing up, and so when I thought about the history of slavery. It just jumped out at me that this history was itself a history that was embroiled embedded in a world of warfare, especially in the eighteenth century win. You have got Great Britain struggling in a century long campaign against its its greatest global enemy France, and all of those European wars then topped onto. The wars of enslavement that sent people out across the Atlantic into the European colonies in America, and what you have is a world of wars within wars, which looked very familiar to me like the campaigns at the US was fighting within the larger ambit- of the Cold War so by the time I grew to adulthood in the late eighty S. I was seeing these these late cold war campaigns in these post colonial states as as part of the larger Cold War, and then you see these proxy wars between the US and the Soviet Union fought out in places like Afghanistan right, and then of course by two thousand one, you see those kind of proxy campaigns between the US and Soviet Union growing into something else what we now call the terror wars, the war on. On Terror in Afghanistan and elsewhere I didn't see those things as continuous. I didn't see the terror war something uniquely different from most proxy wars of the late. Cold War period and my thinking historically has been to ask the question. How is it that one connects these longer histories of warfare together? And I do think that I was inspired to think that partly by having grown up in San Diego in a military town. And what about your, your family's personal history with war and with slavery? Well an african-american! My parents grew up in Virginia, and so they are descended from people who are enslaved probably as far back as the eighteenth century <hes> the Chesapeake Bay area. What's now? Virginia and Maryland was one of the largest importers of slaves in North America now I say north. America because the British empire imported the vast majority of its enslaved peoples into the Caribbean but for North America the territories that became the United States, the Chesapeake and South Carolina with a major importers of enslaved African peoples, and my family is descended from. Those people probably brought to North America in the eighteenth century. History was big in your life obviously, but also the arch. Yeah well. When I was in high school I I became very involved in theater and went to college thinking that I was actually going to do a theater degree. But at some point I thought well, you know I could probably do theater without a theater degree, but maybe I should have a backup plan and my second love in college was history, and that ended up being my career.
"vincent" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"This is the writers on Georgina? Godwin my Guess Today's Charles Warren Professor of American, history and professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard. He directs the History Design Studio and he has a new book out which looks at slavery in a completely different light. Vincent Brown welcome to meet the rices. Slavery is war. Tell me what that means. Well. In the book. I tend to think of slavery itself as a state of war, and in that I'm following the enslaved themselves who often discuss slavery as a state of warfare amongst themselves, most famously allowed Equiano who we know as one of the most famous formerly enslaved abolitionists of the late eighteenth century British Atlantic. said in his autobiography that when you make people slaves. Them to live with you in a state of war. Now in that he was echoing the philosopher John Locke. Who said that what is slavery? But the state of war continued between what he thought was a lawful conqueror and the concord now John Locke was trying to legitimate slavery. He was an investor in the Royal African company, and he actually helped to write the constitution for the colony of south. Carolina, which became a slave state. State, but equiano was doing something a little bit different than John Locke. He was actually commenting upon the conditions of slavery, the violence that was required to maintain people in slavery and the kind of response that was bound to come by those people who had been subjected so violently so for him, slavery was a state of war, and there were other enslaved people who echoed. Seeing slavery that way helped me frame the slave revolt in Jamaica. In seventeen, sixty, seven, sixty, one, which was the largest in the eighteenth century, British Empire as a war itself right as one of a series of wars, all around the Atlantic world that then ed up in this conflict in seventeen sixty Jamaica I'd like to look at your own life, and where that intersects with war, because you grew up in San Diego, and in fact, it was very early on that. You became aware of conflicts. I did well. I'm an American citizen. I grew up in the United States..
"vincent" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"We never went to anything like that in all APPS realm even the eldest. Even the eldest. Don't have that memory of being like you know I mean talk about the war for the word. The one that we're around you know and there are still some talking about the. Second World War and that was the big thing in Europe but otherwise such like a noticeable events. I don't think there's anything here at least you know you had nine. We did your life. Did Change for a while. Can actually that dipped dramatically changed the way things are conducted. Here I mean it's you know it did change travel it changed around and around the world around just yeah around around the world the way that security is done and I was in New York when it happened and so I I lived there at the time and so it was a long period of time where the air felt different. You could just feel it in the air. People were generally nicer to each other. People were generally more It was very communal because of this horrible thing But then you know. After a few years then people just kinda slide back into their old patterns. They're kind of in their own bubbles again. They're not as you know it's not as much holding. No you go after you. You know that that does melt away after a couple of years and And then we're back in business now. We're all back now. We're all paying attention to each other again. But you know it's just unfortunate that it takes tragic events for people to remember humanity to remember other people. It's just so especially with devices. It's so easy to just get trapped in our own world and our own heads our own selfish bubbles you know I at addicting question. This is life or I think we are live right now. No no no. This isn't life. This isn't life this recording. This really sure it's really relaxed. Well I do a live television show on Sunday nights. I Love Live television. I love live broadcast because you can't you just second guess it. It's like whatever happens happens and there's a little bit of a have you ever done live. Tv OR ANYTHING BEFORE. Like not a talk show but like real live anything live. There's Internet you know but podcast is just a long conversation and it's one of the reasons why doing them for so long because I get to meet people like yourself that I've been watching for years that I think are really cool and then I just. It's just it's it's just like a conversation like we met at a cafe and I'm like Oh Vincent. He seems Nice. Let's get to know each other because in America at least I don't know what it was like in France but in America media was becoming so Short attention span sound bites. You know like you must. You've done a million junkets. It's like you get the same five questions and bomb boomed Koch you. You feel like you're a prop like you feel like you're human podcast come along and then it's like. Oh what are what are you know? What's Vincent like as a human being doesn't really even have to be talking about anything specific but you know if I were to hang out with this guy for an hour. What would that be like? And so that's that's kind of what the vibe of this is that that's really how it feels by the way. Oh good good good. Good good good when a at what point in your career did you say like I'm ready. I WanNa kind of I WANNA do English speaking films. I'm kind of interested in in the American market. Did that fall into your lap or was it something that you actively pursued. Well I never really thought about it like that. But let's say as I was saying you know it's not I never thought about myself like I never thought I could fit in French industry to be honest because because I grew up on the on on an American culture mostly you know my mother lived in New York so I I was there pretty early and endo so it was a lot about hip hop and all about you know Broadway in and easy and all these things. I grew up with that imaginary so so then was seventeen. I moved to New York and studied over there for like a year. That's realized that was very French. That's so fascinating that it took a different culture reflected back at you to make you realize like Oh actually. Yeah I do identifies what could would miss. I was dreaming of New York. I mean I was a toll New York free for years. I mean I would like excited to dig into the plane because I go to the Roxie would go to to the to the dancing and all those clubs it was like it was really really strong. the end of the eighty s and the beginning of the nineties in. New York was so crazy you know it was like the center of everything likes really then being there. Twenty four seven. I realized that I missed my little village called Peres because the five is different the minute you get embarrassed and do various you will year like the bales of the fuck in church up then birds and it's a different vibe. It's not as but we're slower. You know the thing is that things take longer time to happen because we over. Think everything you know. The Country of America in Brazil which are very young countries where things have been MIS mis more much more On the moment you know and each and I am European Parisian. I'd say we everything that you've also had the luxury of being able to live in different cultures like to be immersed in different cultures. Only totally and I think it's wonderful thing because that's how you that's actually. That's how I understood. My country is traveling around when you travel around and I see what I miss in France then when I go back to France. I don't complain as much like that team that I can put a word on that. I recognize my identity. What is it that I can find Italy in Spain? Europe has that thing that but then I was crazy about New York and I spent like a long time in Brazil. Young country where people don't think too much and should happen all the time. Yeah but it's refreshing. It's it's young. It's fresh it's new. It's still happening here. It kind of happened right. You know right so wiser. Let's say maybe but we're older into the culture that is funny to think about it because I think the American experience of my wife and I were my wife and I went to Italy and Paris and London last year and I always complain about God. The service is so slow in these French cafe. You know and it was funny to hear you say like you know we take more of our time. You know 'cause you're an older culture you're not as in a hurry and we're so in a hurry like I want this fucking coffee. Where's the why is it taking so long? You know we're just. We're so accustomed to like now now now now now and we tend because close slowly. The Chilean Europe is getting more and more Americanized in the way of living because globalization. And all that. But we're still and if you go to Italy and and Spain Spanish out and Brazil and some part of Brazilian by. It's like Whoo Hoo. But you can't complain because when you go there and you go to those places because you want to have this thing this stiffen different relationship with time right and now everybody has it for free. Yeah and also you know for people who I wonder if there are people who have. Who KEPT PUTTING OFF TRAVELING I? I'll travel some other time. I don't have time or I'm busy or I'm working on it That are now regretful. Like Shit I feel so lucky that we went to Italy and France and the last year in. May because I would really be finding because it'll be a while before it'll be I just feel like it'll be a little while you know. Even when they open everything back up at the first thing we're going to do is probably not go travel internationally. It will probably just kind of wait. See how everything plays out you know. I think we to have the choice anyway. I think the borders between at least like countries and even more like continents. It's GonNa take a little while before they. Everybody feels and south. America was late and actually the steel are and so he's going to take a little more time for them to adjust for the virus. And All. Yeah it was so surreal and it must be surreal for you too but when we were there in. May last year the Notre Dame fire had just happened and Ottawa's born that day she was born that day. Oh my gosh that's a that's a really fascinating Detail yeah that is really interesting. I mean it must have been such A. Oh my Gosh Gay. Or what is happening? I mean you know it. There's so many things that are happening in the world right now. That feel epic and not necessarily not indefinitely. Not In a great way. You know you know fires in Australia. Notre Dom burning and now there's a pandemic and then it just just the course of life or we just more aware of everything now because you know we have access to information all the time dancing Because we know more and more on the minutes so we are totally bombarded by a vital information. Everything that happens but I think there has been like Salamis. We never bowed to in the past. You know or people dying because of landslide or some disease or yeah you know. I just feel like when I have kids. What am I going to tell them? You know like because if you just look at what's available in the news everything is it's tragedy and so how do you tell a kid like? Hey listen there's a lot of shit going on in life and in the world but it's not all bad there are some good things but you really do have to. You have to dig for it. You know it's not just readily available. You have to really find it would say. Don't worry everything's GonNa be alright but focus on surviving right right right right right. Well you said earlier on like you were pretty calm guy. I mean I is that just part of your DNA or was that. I don't know did you. Did you have a role model? I loved it? I loved to talk to calm people because I just like. Did you learn that or you just were not as your chemistry just calm? I ended up is and stupor excited all the time. I JUST. I just focus on my breathing because I know this is the only way out at someone who meditates. I know exactly what you're talking about. It's really hard to do. Sometimes yes no. Let's call it on. I'm sure he just areas a lot of fire and the so you have to catalyze some. How are you writing? Is there anything else that you're is there anything else that you're working on at the moment or you're just taking this time off? No right not taking care of my kids. I got three girls and be here with me so I'm cooking mostly and doing shit with them so are you. Are you having to our because I have some friends who are parents who are like now have become teachers to their kids? Of course. That's what we reading so you don't it's I mean it's not like I get bored at any time right right right right right right right right right. And what advice do you have for people who are like yourself like me like people who constantly doing stuff and feel like I don't know what to do without the world to access you know I'm kind of going crazy. Would you just say to them? Like we'll just breathe or pick up a hobby or focus on something else like what's your advice for people who are hyperactive. You know a hobby is very is very superficial. Just the word you know. It's like do something. Where'd you where you have fun doing it? You know whatever really something that makes you wake up in the morning and joy. Barich Dixon risk. Whatever it is and I'm not talking about work because like but do something you know makes you feel alive and go for you. That's foil surfing when you're able to do it especially anything that goes into water. I'm very attracted by the ocean to spend a day or two hours in the day in the ocean at the end of the day. I don't need anything just you know. Okay I I've done. What onto do is there a type of movie that you haven't you you've done. You've done films in Portuguese Italian French English. Is there anything that you haven't conquered yet that you still? Is there as a big goal in mind like someday? I really want to do that. I don't have that honestly I never had it. I never had this goal always worked. I never tried to make. I mean I always I mean. I wasn't rich but that was making money I was I was. I was one of my wishes trends like she always had enough to live and and so I never thought about like. I WanNa do this character. I WanNa work this this prize. It's really bad like honestly you know we. We were talking about the choices. Yes of course you good choices but never forget you only choose in.
"vincent" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Welcome to the PODCAST number. Ten Sixty eight. Can you hear the dog barking wolfing a second ago up here? That's my my wife's trying to talk to Mike. I'm about to take you. Don't worry she's having a conversation with the dog. This is what happens in quarantine you just start having conversations with your animals actually to be fair. This is something that we do. When there's not a quarantine so you know what y blame it on the quarantine just wanted to sound cool as all. But I hope you're doing well and talk to your pets. Come on why not have full conversations with them have tea. Parties HAVE DO MASTERPIECE. Theatre put on costumes record. And then put it on TIC TAC. Because that's what all the kids are doing. God Damn it. I'm so close to I was so opposed to tick tock for so long but then you know there are a lot of people who are a lot older than I am. Who are doing it and now now I follow the elderly. That's that's those are the trends that I go after so I don't know but you're doing. Well let's talk about the ICTY. Ten Community Cork Board events at ten DOT COM. There's still stuff going on like Corey. Who writes in March twenty nine thousand nine launched North Beats podcast chatting with people behind electric music after my fourth open heart surgery three years ago? I got back into playing synthesizers side. Note Corey It sounds like you're okay and I'm very glad you're okay. So Corey goes on. I found a great community of artists with support of who support each other and play shows together. I discovered a niche of interviewing my friends about the technology and perspectives. They each have. I branched out to find guests that I personally don't know and have a mix of in-person and telecommunication interviews perpetually thirst for knowledge and learn from every interview. I work forty plus hours a week at Safeway as a produce manager in San Francisco. And don't have time energy to produce episodes consistently yet my listeners. A few giving back to the community is a gratitude. Checkout an episode sometime of North Beats podcast rate review and so corey. This is fantastic. That you're doing this everything that you said about how I you had friends on. And then you've recently started branching out to find. That's exactly how I started this. Podcast I was like hey I might run out of friends now after about a year so I should probably start and ten years later. Here we are so. This sounds fantastic. It's based on something. You're incredibly passionate knowledgeable about in your seeking more knowledge and I just have all the respect in the world for it so thank you so much and also thank you for what you're doing keeping the the flow of produce going in a time where we can't do you use to take produce for granted. I don't know might go to the store and pick up. We can't do that anymore. It's very important so you're doing what you're doing is very very very important to your community so I thank you. I'm sure community. Thanks you your podcast. It's called beets and you're in San Francisco. I assume you're North Beach Which I was just in like the two weeks before the The quarantine so I love San Francisco and I just I send you. I send you love appreciation and praise and encouragement to keep doing what you're doing. Thank you so much events at ID dot com or anyone else who wants to get your thing mentioned on the podcast. This episode is Vincent Pacelle. Who is an incredible French actor? You've seen VINCIT Caselli. He's been in a lot of stuff he usually plays a bad guy which he embraces and loves and he's in He's in France at the moment and so we spoke a few weeks ago. via teleconference video conferencing software and he was great. It was such A. It's been so interesting to talk to people in different countries and I really hope this continues moving forward in the podcast. Once everything kind of normalizes and you know kind of goes get gets back to some semblance of normal life which it will. I hope we continue to do these. Zoom Casts Vincent. Cassel is in the most recent season of westworld season three which is available on. Hbo HBO now today. And then I believe Max is launching may twenty seventh. So there you go you probably are already watching. Westworld if you're not now's a good time. You got some time to watch some westworld. This is the podcast number. Ten Sixty eight with the amazing French actor Vincent Acelle who we now join in. A prerecorded fashion in France initiating. All supposed to be thank you I. I don't think dropped into a random podcast that was already recording. You're definitely how you doing. I'm good sorry for being late. Oh you're fine. Hey Listen van you know. There's just is far more important things in the world right now than you know being exactly on time for a podcast. This is really not a big deal. This is A. This is a fun distraction that we're very lucky that we get to do so. I'm it's totally fine. Are you in France? At the moment I ended in France right now. I am in Biarritz which is the southwest of France nearby stain on And I don't want I don't WanNa linger too much about everything that's going on. I think this'll be a nice distraction for people but are okay. How's your area for Americans that don't know what specifically is going on in France? Well everything is blocked as In many places in the world we are we are stuck at home and those so we don't go you know and everybody respects that that would say ninety nine point nine percent the people re- respect that so hopefully like in a month we're supposed to be able to get out of. This tree began slowly. But surely but personally nobody's sick around in this region in particular we. It wasn't a hit so hard it was more like the east and the other side. We'll we're on the same boat. I know I know I was talking to a friend of mine in Italy about a week ago and just sort of saying like the interesting thing is what a community. The world has become because the playing field is somewhat in terms of everyone experiencing the same thing. You know to different degrees were you. Were you in us? Live in Brazil. A LOT OF TIME. I don't I don't live in Brazil anymore. I still have you know everything over there which is like a life somehow so I go often but I became a French designer again like like a year ago. So what so you were not from citizens and you became a French citizen again and are they. What's the process? If you okay you know what I know before but can I have this bangle? You cannot lose your French nationality so entrenched is just that you pay your taxes in the different country. The only okay. So it's not like you have to renounce it and then go. Hey I was just kidding before. Can I have this back? And they go all right resident. That would say. Oh Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha. I was reading that you speak multiple languages. Is this true? You never know with Wikipedia. No I do a little bit. I mean it's not such a big you know first of all when you're you're in transcendental base in Europe you have. I mean you don't have to because not like everybody does but we dancy to learn you know. At least Spanish or for some people would be German or Portuguese in my case Italian but the other thing is that when you pick one or two leading languages I mean it already easy to learn another one. It's not that hard. It's not like junk from Chinese Italian to Russian are totally different languages. So it's kind of it's gotTa Cheat Really Yes. Well it is. Yeah I mean it's just two. Americans were always fascinated. Because we're so we're land locked in pretty much. Just focus on ourselves and so we're not you know multilingual but I took Latin and it was very very very helpful to learn. You know some of the romance languages at least some of the basics because the foundation is all the same. Yeah you find things in there and really helps. Yeah Yeah About the other thing that I realized about you is that you and I have the same birthday. Happy Birthday November twenty third. Exactly the Thursday of this hedge terrorists by the way. Yes yes. What does that mean? What what what is I dave secretaries mean for US honestly? I don't know stay well. It's fighter I recognize myself in that meeting de you know. I need to do Sunday all the time. How hyperactivity shoe suffer from this do? Oh my gosh there. There is a mild form of attention deficit disorder vet. I feel like you know. They're always needs to be some project. That's why I was wondering because you know just sort of reading about all the different things that you do. It seems like you're someone that needs to stay very busy or at least half to always be focused on something. That's the case where you but if you should if you always have to be focused on something and it's a different thing all the time it means that you're never focused on anything right right right. I would say I like. I like to keep busy and I never get bored if you want to put it that way did you when you were young. I'm just curious like is your career kind of what you imagined. Because you legitimately are you know one of the more successful performers in the world and when you were young did you have sort of A. Did you have sort of a map for like? If I at least achieve this I will be happy if I at least do that. I will be okay out brand of being all working everywhere like intermission nationally. I never thought I would like being France. So that's what I try to do. Maybe that's one of the reasons why I wanted to learn other languages because I want to travel round and but yeah you know I wanted to be the bad guy and I ended up being about Guy. I guess will complain. You know what I mean. This is kind of character that I was attracted to when I was a young actor. And that's the count perfomance that I mean bad guy to make sure because you you think about it. What with bad guys is that they. They don't mind carrying everything that we pull. Humans suffer in in our daily life. And don't want to express this is everything you know. The bad guys can express everything we are trying to hide as as people even little things it says so you carry the dirt in a way and I think it's somehow pretty liberating I mean to be as a young action as a young man watching those guys playing like I know it could be like Deniro in a enriching ball that kind of loser no magnetism in a way because so ruthless or I would think about like characters played by Marcello Mastroianni. You know we can. Cowards is so charming and Olga's character I think really interesting because they reflects reality more than anything else ridding right. Yeah and they're also more layered and they're more complicated and they tend to be more interested in morphed and they want to play. Yeah they're more fun to play. I would imagine absolutely. I mean when you're when you're just a traditional protagonist in a film you kind of have like one goal really and you really can't stray from that goal and you know the bad guy gets to be. The opposing forces tries to knock that guy off balance. I mean you you really give the story. It's a purpose. You know the bad guys. Give the story the purpose..
"vincent" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Today is Friday October fourth two thousand nineteen on this day in Nineteen Thirty One New York gangster and Hitman Vincent Mad Dog Cole was arrested for the murder of five year old Michael Van Golly after for a two-month manhunt the police finally closed in on coal but it would take more than an arrest warrant to bring down one of the city's most infamous Miss Criminals Welcome to today and true crime podcast car cast original every day. We flipped back the calendar to this date years ago and recount one event from true crime history. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're talking about the arrest of Vincent coal a twenty three year old gangster and Hitman so unhinged that New York orc mayor Jimmy Walker called him a mad dog in July nineteen thirty one cole and his gunmen ambushed a rival gang member member on a crowded street and children's lemonade stand was caught in the crossfire as soon as the Harlem Baby Massacre hit the headlines Cole became the most wanted man in New York a few months later he was finally in police sites before we unpack hacked the ramifications of Kohl's arrest. Let's go back to the morning of October. Fourth Nineteen thirty one.
"vincent" Discussed on The Chartographers
"But she just she has reached such artistic heights since then that this feels the least Saint Vincent e of the we have laughed, and I feel like for me like I should still relate to so many of the songs I feel like when it 'cause it's one of those things go track list. There's not that many weak parts for me, honestly, Q lake honestly, Jesus as I spend all of that might be the weakest moment for me personally. Just because they think about like kind of just the gorgeous honeyed sound of all my stars aligned like, it's just lovely ballad. It just feel like wasn't expecting to enjoy the Selma's much which is. One standing for a little bit just because I was so surprised and the things I also feel like it is a direct parallel in contrast to actor. I really feel like when I think about Saint early Saint Vincent like it's not just the fact that these two Elms are the first to Elms you're very much there. Kind of symbols reach other strange. Mercy. Feels like an outlier it feels kind of very much it everything since then has its own where Senator again, but actor in Mary me feel like flipside to each other in such interesting right because like actor for me, it feels like kind of a slow much more weirder. Much more confident. But other something about it that I can't exactly place my finger on. So like it's weird because as much as Mary me is easy to pay as of like the indie rock debut pop song strips. There's something that Mabel to identify and quantify with that more. So than actor to certain degree just because actor as bold as it isn't as daring as it is. There are certain moments on their w feeling just flat out to work while Mary meters moments that are just kind of like this kind of like, my constant back and forth. Rather have her taking risks than having them pay off because for me the stuff on actor? When it does work is like up there with the best of shit, Meryl is like one of my favorite songs or it used to be. I think probably could past I'm reading this week. Yeah. Like if you had asked me before this week what my favorite Saint Vincent song was. Well, I might have said lots ageless. But I could have said mirrow, I just love how there's a certain sense of just like unease and danger on this record. That's fair. Even when it's not working. They're still, you know, exactly what is trying to do. And even when the melodies aren't as successful. The emotion is still is Mary leans. No. I'm talking about act like how the opening to save me from what I want that very kind of like Aitong keyboard sound before it seemed from what I want is like, that's just brilliant. Yeah. The way, and I love the way that yet opens with that like vetted that. But then when that comes back in later in the song it like it works perfectly even though when it first transitions out of it. You're like that was abrupt an odd. But it's like it's a taste of what how she's going to use it later. I think the strangers is really good. Out of we're out of the thing is that like one of the things that I think is interesting about the conception of Saint Vincent that she is just this absolute guitar God. And make no mistake. She is to get chance to favor YouTube Saint Vincent dig a pony, which you did it an all point west festival because it's heard the song on solo electric guitar with no other bagging and fucking murdering the goddamn stage with her prowess. But the thing is that she's not really like, oh, she's a crazy solo was listen to this every guitar line. Everything she does always in conjunction with the song. But she couple lose. But like they're not like what you await noodling, author the her guitar work is either. Yes, cut like worked into the structure of the song. Or if it's a solo there is such a blown out filter on it that you can almost not tell what earns are, but that's by design, and I think that's why she gets so much acclaim as because she's unafraid to be just like blatantly messy, and because you know. She has such skillets like that much more impressive. Right. And that's why for me actor out of work is just kind of this pounding rocker that we don't get as much from her religious to do like a straight ahead..
"vincent" Discussed on The Chartographers
"Yeah. And apparently, it was her idea to make it very brass heavy with those like that was really. Yeah. I learned a lot about this out of talk about it though. Bobby are you in agreement that should be included in our lowest? I mean, I I'll allow it. Okay. Feelings. I have some feeling okay. Yeah. Well, let's talk about them when we do the rankings guys just kept at a six albums that is very me that as actor, then the strange mercy that love this giant that Saint Vincent. And that is mass adoption hurry guy. Six six slots, dearest Bubby, Evers recipient of church huggers t-shirt as of today, due to the fact that you are in fact chunk of all star. You'll always be in all star. I wanted to go if you wouldn't mind just dominate, you know, that's what we do. We nominated debate number six. What would you nominate as the worst Saint Vincent album, which is weird thing to say? So fucking gear. I know. So having said that I would say like, I probably would put love this giant below the others Vincent albums. If we are ranking incidentals, I've my feeling would be that like this. And isn't as good as the other invents? It's it's a good David Byrne album. But I don't know if it's the best thing Vincent so interesting that you say that because I feel like here's my thing by journey this week earlier the season Terron when he talked about when our did our have to Minnesota for spoon. He's like guys I fucking love spoon like for a band that? He like always enjoyed her singles from for him to go in. He just came out of it like holy shit. I love the spaniel like he was great. I can have the same thing Saint, Vincent. And I don't know what it was always about like hearing these albums just kind of by itself. Piecemeal I enjoyed her like she funding. And maybe it's just that we have the totality of her whole discography together. Unlike holy fuck, your crate, like it's like picking worst out like it, really. Didn't matter what you said Bobby because in some way or another you'd be right. Like for me. There's no let clear that's bad every album so to state in its own, right? And for that reason, though, initially I had antipathy towards love this giant like I love a good horn section. I love the Orangemen's that are on here apparently was her idea apparently site from the song the forest awakes of they are all right and seeing the versus that they wrote except on the forest awake sexy. Swap they wrote versus for each other which is actually kind of fund and there's some Sola moments on their ice ages anti solo song. There are some amazing songs on your. I love the fact that this is such a bold step. This like a creative challenge that they presented themselves to clean concise. But very like, you know, great brass trip in pop songs I'd like that and terms of lasting moments on here. I would say the enjoyment of this album, it isn't experience, and I very much like that. I would say personally there are some bucket angers on here for means specifically, I should watch TV. And laris or like my to to favor takeaways, Lazarus is definitely my favorite. Yeah. I should be is like should watch too. It's not even about that. It's about the horn rifts. And that's I mean. Most of the kind of Olympia and didn't do when they come in the descending. The verse that bit bit bit dip, I. Yep. Frigging love that. I'm also a really big fan of optimist. It's a little interesting little obvious in that. It's like they called it optimist in it's very much like here's a joyful like hopeful chord progression, lots of horns, but I still I like what it's what it's going for. Oh, I like ice age two. Yeah. Again, it more for the arrangement than for the vocal melodies physically. But. I don't know. I just think they really bring some cool things out of each other. I like all of the horn lines on here there so frenetic. It reminds me a lot of the lake Midi work. She was doing on actor, and I also just had a weird thought with this album, which sort of made me question whether or not we should include..
"vincent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"vincent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Vincent is the business of clothing full full two segments biz america it's very excited about correct as well companies we'll talk about that one next time but there's an intersection in your world of of philanthropy and currency tell us how that would that would manifest itself well let's start with a really interesting statistic and that is thirty five percent of north americans do not trust nonprofits and unfortunately well maybe that's because of this thing that there's one that rhymes with red cross could it be read ross charity navigator dot com look at their their great it's amazing i mean it's a lot of it there's a lot of stories but you have a specific in particular story because of your pension for building houses right i mean the red cross and many other so in two thousand ten the red cross received half a billion dollars aid and i think you're gonna pull up here solu just a minute half a billion dollars eight to build one hundred thirty thousand homes in haiti this is what they said that they were doing how many homes are actually built constructed and accounted semi look there are not many neighborhoods in haiti two thousand maybe so we are now in search of the red cross five hundred million and what was called haiti relief wow this is after the earthquake in two thousand ten last time i checked permanent homes so far provided the the red cross says it's provided homes to more than hundred thirty thousand people it's a big house yeah less well less than a dozen.
"vincent" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Which was code written by vinnie vincent she'll vinnie played a very instrument instrumental role in sort of resuscitating the band but there were tent tempers and there were issues and there was drama and there was ego vinnie met very much wanted to play more and be more of a shredder i would see shows on that lick it up to a repulsed emily with literally yell at him on stage for playing too much and it was a weird time for kiss they were trying to find their own way without wearing in not wearing makeup for the first time and all that so the tensions rose to the pointed vinnie vincent was dismissed from kiss after the lick it up tour replaced by an even bigger shredder the late mark st john who didn't even make it for a tour for kiss a because he had this hand condition and whatever was going on there and for a long time in many years gina paul would badmouth then events vincent when it was brought up they always acknowledged his talent but always talked about what a damaged guy he was and how many issues he had and on and on and on and it didn't help that he would often sue them for money and sue them for publishing and sue them for control of the songs he contributed to the ban which he did not win the the count that i had her just recently with something like twenty lawsuits between him and kiss to needless to say that's not going to make free coup by yasser the moment if you know what i mean vinnie vincent would go on to form the vinnie vinson invasion during this weekend at the atlanta kiss expo where i did the interview you're about to here vinnie said i thought this was pretty interesting 'cause never thought of it like this that the first three songs he had written after the lick it up tour ended was back on the streets boys are going to rock shoot you full of love all three of which ended up.
"vincent" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Vincent continued to settle than debt as he became revered by the young liberal population in the bay area and started using that popularity take revenge on his enemies who still had power when they cricket prosecutor was picked up for a judicial appointment vincent wrote a public letter challenging it and the appointment was taken away when that same prosecutor rent to be a judge vincent got the trial lawyer association to back the other candidate who won today when it came to vendettas vincent had no problem doing anything against his enemies as long as it succeeded thomas mellon was a san francisco police commissioner who vincent had heated since the protests against the house unamerican activities committee's hearings in 1960 mellon had ordered firehoses turned onto the protestors at the time vincent had begged him not to and mellon told him quote you look after all the reds and all look after san francisco vincent then found out that mellon lived a marin county which broke san francisco's rule that commissioners had live within city limits man leave this guy alone and vincent went to the press and mellon was forced to step down and we don't fuck either way either stepped down or make a move i mean make it someone move israeli funding it's great but yet they're thou visit was obsessed with the revenge that he once ran against a judge who had cited him for contempt just to give him a hard time i'll run against he had no chance of winning but ran anyway to force the judge to work for the seat after the campaign he told a bunch of other attorneys to run against judges they hate because quote it scares the hell out of of that's great that's it should happen more his son kale decided to become a lawyer around his time okay.