22 Burst results for "Deana"

Kobe Bryant's sports academy retires "Mamba" nickname

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Kobe Bryant's sports academy retires "Mamba" nickname

"Sports academy previously co owned by the late Kobe Bryant has retired his mamba nickname and rebranded itself nearly four months after the basketball icon's death in a helicopter crash Bryant his thirteen year old daughter Deana and seven other friends were killed as they flew to a basketball tournament January twenty sixth at the Mombasa sports academy the thousand oaks based facility announced it would return to its original name of sports academy and retired the mama name to the

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Gianna Bryant, Alyssa Altobelli, and Payton Chester Named Honorary WNBA Draft Selections

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Gianna Bryant, Alyssa Altobelli, and Payton Chester Named Honorary WNBA Draft Selections

"Is a bitter sweet moment at the draft when the Deana Bryant Alyssa Altobelli and Peyton Chester all of whom died in January helicopter crash that killed John's father Kobe Bryant were named honorary selections John o'brien's mother Vanessa said that would have been a dream come true for her

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"deana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

12:53 min | 10 months ago

"deana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Burke and she is the CEO uh-huh and creator of a platform called get Grassia said. I believe I saw this on the twitter's an article about this and and it said that the the Deena is just really cool stuff to help mass adoption for women to help them understand the CRYPTOS in the bitcoin. So I said Hey. Let's reach out and connects Edina. Lina welcomed the bad crypto. Hello thank you so much for having me because Grassi US right exactly as much as gaseous. Yes so you're the founder of Grassi us and let's talk a little bit about what that is. Yeah so Grassi. It is a mission driven company and our mission is really to make crypto understood and used by people who have sort of been left out of the game so far so that includes people who maybe are non technical Particularly Interested in serving young women and teens from diverse backgrounds. But really are the the name of the Ross's is driving adoption and driving literacy. Hey that's so important because adoption is like getting people to use crypto seems to be one of the biggest stumbling blocks right now. Yeah I agree I mean I think that I of some sort of a year and a half into this journey with with Grassi us and I think that there's an increasing appetite to consider for crypto. More as a utility rather than investment by really really varies depending on the type of person that I'm talking to like what they think about the coin join or Crypto and and what they think they can use it or why they wanNA have it like. It's it's yeah it's it's still so new that Opinions are really still forming. I guess us today at one of the things that really struck me. Was You said that you know you you. As you've got some crypto and then you had sent some crypto to some of your coworkers or some of your employees even though it was just a little bit that they freaked out. Could you tell them how you came up with the idea for this. Yeah totally so will So my my background's in marketing I had a marketing firm Ankle Agency It was acquired by a crowdfunding company called INDIGO. Oh so I it was. I was working there at Indigo and I had a a team of young people and women in who are working for me at indigo and they were all like Super Braid. We worked at a company. They're all very like technically savvy young and people like urban New bitcoin sort of salt. They understood it like maybe sort of wanted but they still didn't have any something was keeping them out so around that time I had gotten like bit by Bitcoin bug and I'd just like totally down the rabbit hole as one does so I was like okay. Hey I'm gonNA give them Bitcoin for Christmas like Christmas gift to them so we did the process to do that was like hugely time. Consuming and confusing took like two weeks ads like order I card from the UK and then fill it up and it was a nightmare But I did it. And and then when I gave them the gifts they the reaction was so surprising they were so pumped and it was disproportionate to the amount of bickering than I gave. It was only like twenty bucks earnings up but they were like really really excited. And that was an against you can lead call it in Haman Hamam But it was really a moment where I was like. Oh okay like as soon as you make it a social thing as soon as you get people's getting the game like it really changes is For them and it was this group of people who all were totally smart. But we're still being kept out because they didn't have that introduction By someone they knew interested so that was when that was really sort of the inspiration to start gas and I left my job shortly thereafter to do so so. Let's talk a little bit about kids. These days you get on your kids a bitcoin. What do they think of Crypto? And I mean let's talk about you know like teenagers and Mun young adults. Yeah so I would say thought. Interestingly the younger the person the more likely they are to see crypto as money as something they want to spend. So when I speak to do you know my my friends. My girlfriend's like other women in their thirties. Whatever their conversation there is that much more about like okay? This is an investment new asset asset. Like how can I make this make money for me like how much are by income towards it so the car the frame of that much more investment bogus whereas we kids. It's I mean for better for worse. The question I get asked the most is Okay how can I buy for ninety bucks with this and so I'm like obviously try not to judge any of the things that are here in my research by That shows to me that like they're really seeing this as a hey money and be a way to maybe buy things their parents for them themselves. So so so how does how does one by this Ford. Ninety ninety thing I know nothing about four night except for my kid spends a lot of time time playing in shooting people up so you you mentioned Israel briefly so you you were co founder of the strategic consulting firm called agency Z. of trillions and that was acquired by Indie Gogo. So you're a successful entrepreneur is already had one successful exit. What what was that and had? What does that have to do? Why didn't go find that? Find Your Company so interesting so thank you for the compliment of saying that. I've had wansick's US exit. The truth is a totally different business. Though I mean you come from marketing background you know like services. Businesses are buried different beasts to technology opening. So Oh yes. I have been entrepreneur but I'd say trying to start and run a high growth tech started just like totally different But yes so Agency trillions was acquired by INDIGO. Go into Google at the time was looking to build out what they called. Enterprise the price crowdfunding so they were working with a bunch of brands like PNG bows those companies. Were looking at the integral part for me being like okay. We have these things that we want to test out in the market kit. But maybe we don't WanNa like launch national yet will use any goes a place to to see if there's like an appetite amongst early adopters or for the wrong with Bose soundlink. These sleep earbud things that they were testing out undergo so so yeah so while there I got to see. He like a lot of products his and a lot funner face but I did a lot of marketing and positioning work There was any together. And now you're so entrepreneurial again and you're doing your own thing and and seeing that so this APP definitely appeals a two women and you know I said beforehand I need to download it and Travis is like you're not a woman and I'm like well I'm an identify as one long enough to I'm wolf. Sign up what will I experience within the APP. What can I? Yeah so great question so I will say right now. The APP Experience Rian is It's fairly limited functionality. That's for many reasons but the biggest one is because of regulation Right now it is is basically a way like it is essentially a wallet right the way for you to store and send Swanson Bitcoin to your friends but the environment of it looks and feels much different to a lot of the other APPs in the crypto ecosystem so it really feels and looks more like a social media APP than it does. A crucial APPs messaging lots of gifts. Lots of emojis and the whole thing is sort of sort of pitch in a much more sort for friendly and approachable. Light than I that I personally find a lot of CRYPTO APPS to be moving forward after this pilot. We're going to be launching something that is much warranty centralized allies. So we're GONNA be using the lightning network and will be able to enable troop transactions. So that's what's coming next but right now we have something coming five. Everyone's download and check it out but it's really for the purpose of getting things in people's hands getting things for people to really test out so that we can learn at any rate on the next version. So so so the R I. That's where I found you. I found you on product hunt right because I like to chat product wasn't on twitter is on productivity and you mentioned that your APP is sort of a social all media chat as you mentioned with gifts and emojis and so it's a wallet but it's like a messenger and his at is that kind of what is like is it 'cause they describe it as Bart van Mo- part snapchat like how does. How does that work to drive bitcoin literacy? That's a great question so it it is a fairly. You're `presentation of the OPT to say it's prevented part snapshot. I'd say that the big thing that we're trying to talk over this pilot version. Is it feeling like a place so a thing that I hear over and over again is hey cool the like I get bitcoin. I get crypto. When can you tell me about it when you talk about it? But like a not a technical person. I don't work in finance or tackling. It doesn't really feel as thing for me like my sister. WHO's a nurse? She's like okay. Cool cool again. I think for me the thing for other people So the thing that we're really trying to accomplish with this first version with the first sort organization of the brand is how do we make something that feels like. It is for other times of people like it is for you. So that's why we wanted to you sort of environment. That feels familiar to people so the first step is made it welcoming moving forward. We're going to be building in many more the things that like actively illiteracy so earnings associes through learning about what a bitcoin wallet is for example So that's that's coming next and like you go through like a a wizard tutorial in the APP and then if you've completed you get a few sats is that take it will be hopefully much more exciting than like the little paper Clip Am. Oh Gee that I'm picturing when clip. Yeah yeah that's that's great. And so you know you certainly must Think that in order to produce this that adoption adoption can come pretty quickly when you develop something that's so easy to use and and is Fashion in a way that people are used to you know via social media media and the gifts and the emojis and all that. I'm curious Wendy. You think Maybe not for your APP in particular but Wendy us. Think we're GONNA see this mainstream the street adoption take place daming and because I don't want to pay myself into a corner her And not a financial advisor. If you're on the show these stupid okay. Well I'll start by saying that they'll need to get catalyst to get us there. It's not going to happen on. Its own and there's going to need to be like quote unquote the killer APP. Of course I would love for that but you know I'm not saying that it will or or yeah. We'll be good be could be could be. Yeah bigger so I'd say I'd say we need that. I'd say the there's a a couple of things that need to happen. I think the price needs to. I mean I'm I'm I'm speaking specifically about McLean. I I think the price would either need to stabilize for a longer period of time or Reach such great heights that people are just can't help themselves is but feel like they want to get in to that and I also think sides I mean. I'm a big believer in the lightning network. And I you know I I think.

"deana" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"We got to talk about this now both songs are fired shots out the cow and Deana Taylor both you know major label art is expensive video our motion jeans and all that is locked them out he has very and I and I ask you guys up here when you guys want to hear what what do you think that is he gave a great dance again yeah I think I think it's just the fact that we real LA natives yeah we connected to a real LA people you know it's not about Hollywood yeah outside then that would new music here at about one is is all about giving opportunities to catch my Yahoo two we are native that a community and make good music just like anybody else both saw the fight we really we were taking the calls in the first place have you I you know I don't know that's a tight like they both had the goals live LA whether type top down guys and so the how this all come come about GI Joe and how to get together and meet again I mean we've been working on a couple of things in the cat man and this was just one of those ones that I needed that strong vocal on manta yeah robin the tap the not a good you know his name I got the perfect piece for that puzzle right there may need charisma you tell you you were actually you went to the studio hard is that I need to world premiere there's the right yeah shop the Mars in Robinhood they invited me to his listening session and I went just one time a lot of listening sessions and they played this song like forty songs that night yeah other artists and them but this one song which is drilled in my head for like a month and a half straight hours like please the world premiere this right yeah we know charisma has a year of gold in here so we might as well get to that joint right now is the new music when it lets out in a doozy just Seles go.

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"deana" Discussed on Life Together

Life Together

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on Life Together

"Welcome welcome back welcome home this is Deana and we WANNA thank you for being a part of the life together podcast going into this week's teaching with pastor Tom we want you to know that you matter to God and you matter to us live together is a Wednesday evening gathering for Worship Bible Study and community a change your spiritual journey for the better and I don't say that lightly what we are about to talk about if this if these dots connect for you and they've never quite connected before I believe that what we're about to talk about has the potential to radically change your spiritual journey you for the better maybe you've been on one side or the other of this tension maybe you've experienced in your life or in the life of someone you know where there is a drifting in and out of following Christ you're you or someone you know they they're around church for a while they seem to be living the Christian life whatever that means for a while and then something happens a trigger comes up and they they are you either it's been you or it's Ben someone you know I believe what we're GonNa talk about speaks directly into that situation and can help bring thing that vicious nasty cycle to a close once and for all and some of US tonight when we hear this it will bring back a reminder for us when this all made sense in our life and we would say when this makes sense you experienced joy like you've never experienced joy before maybe you'd even say that you began to to gain new perspective on the world we're really looking forward to this great you maybe you'd say as a result of this happening in your life you began to see the world differently and what you thought was such a big deal the grand scheme of things you realize isn't such a big deal and your eyes were opened to some of the things that are actually happening spiritually in the world so a few weeks ago on a Sunday night we had a missionaries from Thailand with US mark and Jenny Doreen and mark and Jenny live in Thailand. which is this primarily Buddhist country and mark tells a story about how he was sharing with these young ladies about Jesus trying to communicate this to them in their context very different world views and in the this culture there's this whole thing where people aren't that different from animals and there's reincarnation and and so one of the questions that came up was how can you say that people are different than animals and mark I believe the Holy Spirit given this great answer in that moment he said people around the world are wired for worship people around the world are wired for worship like if you were show up in a remote part of the world you would find them worshiping something if it's on a remote island you might find them worshiping like a volcano we'll have a longing for a connection to God they have a longing for connection to the spiritual and so mark is telling these ladies this describing this to them and he says well have you ever seen a monkey worship have you ever seen a dog put it's paws together in prayer.

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The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

FT News

08:56 min | 1 year ago

The return of Peronist politics in Argentina

"Argentina's, Cristina Fernandez decay. Now is back at the full populace president left office in two thousand fifteen with the country on the brink of economic collapse. But if posed to be believed she has a good chance of returning to this in October, as vice president alongside her namesake and former chief of staff, Alburto Fernandez Jonathan Wheatley discusses, how history may be repeating itself in Argentina with a correspondent Benedict. Mander. Living with the. Going seattle. Get new put them meet there in, then they're gay three hundred fourteen dollars. We realize as individualize see noise when a p really says dune associated that was Cristina Fernandez decay, Schnur extolling the virtues of collective action. And so there can be no individual triumphs. In a society based on the kind of social contract that she advocates, but her parents policies left the country in dire state. Then it can you give us a picture of the economic situation, when she left office? Yes, when macrey took our. He find an economy with twin deficits, both in the budget and candidates, central Bank reserves running on Mt. And so you basically had a country that was under budgeted balance of payments crisis at the same time you had very high inflation. They no one knows exactly how high is they still publishing reliable statistics. There was no growth speak of high poverty. In the order thirty percents. I mean it was in a bad way, and it's proved very difficult for macrey to correct that situation. I what he's done. I was one of the big things he's done is turns the IMF and Argentina's being the beneficiary of its biggest ever bailout fifty six billion dollar package, but the IMF is still deeply unpopular in Argentina. Was that? Yes, I mean, it's like a comic book villain Argentina. I mean, it's had a very checkered performance in Argentina over the past sixty years. There have been more than twenty programs pretty much all of which have ended badly. Most recently, the two thousand one crisis was probably the west all that ended in the biggest ever sovereign debt default at a time. Anyway, huge devaluation that triggered very high employment. Those sibling arrest people shot on the streets, and so on having was disastrous. So it's understandable that people have bad memories if the funds engagement in the country. I Fono money Taddeo. This realm integral Montreal remove scenario Torello necessarily casino much of Argentine was brought to a standstill last week by general strike in protest over the government. So stereotype measures are we just had one of the organizers, Kellyanne Rupak Anini describing the IMF is being the Bermuda triangle, sucking in salaries work, health and education? So things apparently haven't improved for the poor under the reforms agreed between the current president Mauricio Macri in the IMF. What are people telling you about the hardships? They're facing at the moment. The first thing that people say that they just are able to make it to the end of the bone, and that's those that are employed, right? Because there's a huge amount of releasing Jones, but those that are earning salaries which not keeping up with inflation, finding it very difficult to pay for just the basic items food, prices have been up extremely fast and utilities as well have been rising several times over. So people just. Yeah. The month and that is obviously, causing significant social unrest. And you'd be not speaking to small businesses on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. How are they putting up with things the slums and the working class area's been particularly badly hit where there are lots of factories and workshops which not very competitive and been competing with impulse China. The defended the local markets, a lot of have been closing down. So that's leading to mass unemployment in the poorer areas of the city, which is causing big problems on against those are large part of the electorate, exactly. That's the heartland of Christina Fernandes occasion. And she is likely to do very well in that part of the electric ended makes up about a quarter voted. So it'll make significant difference. Deana. See my settlement brother shit. I mean goon Dino. And. Taylor. That was Christina Fernandez running mate, berto Fernandez. No, relation saying it rally that his coalition would eliminate Argentina's debt without making any Argentine suffer the cost with promises like this, how, as Mr. macrey can fight fightback. Well, it's not easy. The big thing that maybe hadn't his favorite, the beginning was that he was supposedly better, managing the economy, now that is not really proved to be the case or at least not over these four years. A lot of people, and I find themselves in a worse position night and they were four years ago. So he's having to look the other areas to sell himself, so recently, they've been inaugurating public works, major infrastructure projects, roads bridges sewerage signs, rather present, but these things do make a big difference to another people. And that, having that will help and also you have to remember that there are no infrastructure projects under the previous government that they're started. We wouldn't have. Completed. So this is also a reminder of the corruption that supposedly happened under the kitchen as you mentioned corruption that Benedict. What about all the court cases that are going on what bearing will that have on the election? Well, that is the million dollar question Argentines have known to vote into power politicians that have been accused of corruption in the past. So it's not gonna be the Bill and endle-. It will certainly have an impact on the margins. I think that polls show that the NFL this is a supporters. Don't actually believe the corruption charges identing that's going to affect that sector of the vote, but in the middle ground, perhaps it will and the extent to which it does could even decide the election another problem that obviously Argentina faces is that foreign investors very quickly lose trust in the country, and we've seen the huge devaluation of the currency last year again, this year, one of the problems that we often hear about is that Argentines themselves. Don't trust the currency. How do you fix a problem like that? Well, this is one of the great dramas of Argentina, and it's not clear to anybody otherwise. They might have six up more ready. It'll take years, perhaps decades of macroeconomic stability for trust in the currency to return or even appear. So the first thing that needs to do is kill inflation, which has proved incredibly hard on democracy. He thought it was going to be very easy, but it's not higher than it was when he came to power looks like it's beginning to go on a dine with paws, but it's going to take a very long time to get rid together at any then I think we'll people say, they're encouraging Argenta on politics have been compared to a circular firing squad. Is there any sign that, that passing could be halted in that Mr. macrey could engage with more moderate parents elements to win a consensus for his reform programme? Well at the beginning of this government, he did manage to cooperate with the mall, mudder elements apparent ISM and was able to pass some important. Reforms, more recently, the last year or even two that has not been so successful, but doesn't no reason why if he does win he couldn't do that again. But the polarization of Argentine politics is a huge problem. It was something that macrey promised to fix and he hasn't. Debatable as to why. But this is going to be a problem going forward without a diet. And why has Christina finance chosen to run for the vice presidency rather than as president this time? Well, you need to. That I mean it's impossible to get inside the head, but some people suggest that it may be because she thought she couldn't actually win. But then again, it's not clear that the person who is running in place on both the mandates will win either. So it could also be that, perhaps, even if she did win. She thought that she might not be able to govern efficiently at least as she might have liked to how she did in previous governments, which were current terrorized by the FTA amongst others is the populist politics. And as we all know populism doesn't mix very well with all sturdy, and that is the situation that we're in at the moment. So she might have decided to pass the buck. Thank you very much. We will certainly be watching with great interest as we get closer to the election. That was Jonathan.

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"deana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And and making the shows fantastic. So he can take care of that with my husband, although legal legal things that we definitely want to, you know, take them and broadcast them now. We'll there there'd be a website. Would it be the deana Martin dot com website, or will there be a website where people can go and find out who's being roasted win and wear. They can go to deana Martin dot com. And then we will have a section when Robert when we get that up. And it'll be you know, you'll just click on Dean Martin celebrity rose. So then you can find the events it will be in the main page also with the days because what we what we are. Also, planning is me doing my show, my regular show with the whatever the band is. If it's a quintet or four horn or eighteen piece, we'll do that one night. And then we do the roast the next day. Oh, that's right. Yeah. So that way, you know, still have I will have everybody there. And it's it's fun for me. Because I mean, I I always want to get up and sing now to get up and just tell jokes and rose people. That's also fun for me. But I'm trying to do, you know, the two things, and it's going to be a lot of work. But it's it's what I'm supposed to do. And you know, we have a new album coming out, and that's that's spectacular. And and the the documentary that Dean Martin Documenta. Who were still interviewing people for that? And it's it's never ending. But I'm very excited about the Dean Martin celebrity roasts. Yeah. Absolutely. So we'll continue our discussion with Dean Martin here in just a moment again website. Her name. What else the in a MARTA dot com? Deana Martin dot com. And she and her husband John Griffith of begun, this wonderful process of of resurrecting, the celebrity roasts, and these are good clean, more family language, rose. Again, if you look on the cable TV, you can find a few roasts that will absolutely curl your hair. This will follow in her father's tradition, which didn't do that. We'll learn some more. And here's some more from deana Martin in just a moment. And now I thought from Geico motorcycle it took fifteen minutes to click on the banner ad entitled, you won't believe what these child stars look like now be dissatisfied and kind of sad about how the child stars look..

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"deana" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Problem. I. I wanna I wanna. Deana and Samar hit the my God. It's a reality show someone please get a camera on them. So we have been having a great time with this for about a week. Yeah. Because it did for sure feel like she was getting catfish. Well, TMZ has found this dude here. He's here. Well, I'm not seeing a they're saying she said San Francisco. Northern california. Okay. So maybe it's you know, San Francisco Bay area one of the. One of the towns because they're not they're just saying northern California. The guy's name is Jesse Nadler. He's fifty three years old. And they got they taught him how to FaceTime. I hit. I didn't even know because I didn't watch the show that that night. I voted. And then the morning, my computer was just going crazy and blowing up and then I saw the catfish. Turn that those two ladies that she's in the house with used on me. I was like really not happy about that. Because I'm real high. We're both long islanders, and we met and we became friends on Facebook. Then we started talking on the phone and sending private movies, they'd never met. I thought she said I never mentioned using that term. Loosely fat on Facebook. Saying that they lived in the same town in Long Island. They. All right. Go ahead. Anything tvos? So we know he's clearly not HD. Downtown. See my town. And she would send me pictures of sag harbor and places that I grew up in when I lived out there. So one thing led to another, and we started having feelings that were more than just Facebook friends. So before you didn't have an iphone, correct? So you weren't able to FaceTime. No. Happened was never had an iphone. I still listen to record. It took me twenty years to start listening to CDs after they came out because. Vinyl records, real dude. Perfect for each other. Deborah any works in real estate. Oh, well, he's in some kind of fancy two-seater is all I can tell from from the video that's happening. So we know he's got a car. I guess he can drive to the airport. But he says he's taking care of his mother. And he actually is saying that he is buying a place in Westhampton beach, New York, so that he can live closer to her. I don't know what that means for mom gonna ripper up from our roots. Or is you know? Sorry ma. But if you gotta go there my life. I'm just going to bring you with me. I'll care for you there. Right. That's fair. So he says he's taking care of his mother while she fights cancer. He did surprise surprise Dina with a FaceTime, call Wednesday night as soon as she got out of the big brother house. So last night. Soon as she was out. He called her. I guess he's he talks more about how his relationship with dean evolved from platonic to romantic that means they had tons of phone sex. And yes, it does. And where they plan to spend their time together soon, so happy Valentine's Day to Dina lo Han borough eight says new human from catfish tweeted the other day that he found Dina low Hansman there's a bigger story to him alert. If he's married..

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"deana" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And you know, it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind of for me, and it's I think that when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents. And what you said about, you know, people are just not happy unless they get up and and make somebody else miserable. I mean, not make somebody else miserable. But uh. I think they don't have anything their lives other than picking on things. They should not be picking on. You don't need to be picked on right again. It it just it just does strike me as as as really a bizarre in that regard. The again, the the lyrics to me are playful, and I gather to you as well. A no one is condoning any kind of assault. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know, what knows? No. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is. No. But those those lyrics were you know, when franchiser vote that and he's saying his wife. So I, you know, I think that's I think it's fine. I have heard some versions that are a little odd. Let me not odd the way they the they sing it. Maybe think twice about it. But not the way my dad did. And I think it is a sweet song, and it is for tasteless. And you know that when it was was it written in forty forty four nineteen forty four. And in those days, you know, a woman would not, you know, stay at somebody's house and old. My mother will think, but you know, you're you maybe want to go there. And you know, you're you're courting someone someone's according to you. So I think that that's you know, it was it was fine. Then it's fine now, and no is no singer deana Martin her website her name D E A, Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. And we'll continue our discussion with Dino. We'll hear some more music that she does so impeccably well and to take a caller to as.

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"deana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There's radio stations all over the country. Now that are the debt of stopped playing that are doing like little informer polls, informal polls on their website, should we play? Or should we not look it's become a whole marketing thing now for radio stations. Should we play baby? It's cold outside every radio station. It's doing this survey. It's through the roof voting. Yes. Deana Martin should be. That is a need her last name. I don't know if she's married or not but dean Martin's daughter Dina, she should be thanking all this controversy because right now baby it's cold outside is in the top five on I tunes of downloads really and in Canada. It was number one. So there's a resurgence of people trying to get these millennials and snowflakes middle finger by downloading baby it's cold outside. They're making more money off of this. Chicks on the right? The Nike three WIBC measure ready. Rush hour. Fuck. It's time for the chicks on the right speed route. Tragic mistake by both of us shrews. Thing you could have done. You deleted a message from a prophet and the prophet when Instagram cop the profit, I got a message last night from Okaka the spiritualist profit from Africa Africa. Yeah, he's from Africa. And he's like you want help.

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"deana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"When you were not exactly treated with respect as a human being, right? You're absolutely right. And you know, we have to respect all women. But you're you're absolutely right about that. Understand the metoo movement. You know, and that's you know, I sympathize with that. But it shouldn't be a baby it's cold outside. You know, when I'm listening to those lyrics. It's it just makes me smile. I think you know. It's a funny song a witty song. And you know, and written by Frank lesser, and he and his wife performed it. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's not supposed to be the other the just flirtatious. Now. I know that that there are lines in the lyrics that people get off said about I ought to say, no, no, no. And the guy says by defy move in closer. And then there's the one of say watched him this drink. No one is suggesting that you should should drug women or anything of the sort. It's just a flirtatious song. Right. That's exactly right. And you know, when she says what what's in this drink is it is it punches a coke. Is it vodka? You know, it doesn't mean that someone's putting you know children there. So. You know, what I when I hear the song? And you know, when I first saw the what I I found out that the radio station headband a baby it's cold outside. And I was thinking about it. And I thought well, you know, what it is pretty crazy because I listened to the song again, I will listen to it, you know, every year around Christmas time because I'm playing on my dad's music, of course. And it's a happy holiday song to me, and it makes me laugh because it's clever, but I started to think about the you know, lines and what they were saying. But I just couldn't see anything that was that was wrong with it in the version that dad did. What do you think your father would think were he alive today? I think he would probably have the same reaction that I had. Are you kidding? You know, he didn't. He didn't mean that. But you know, he didn't mean anything by it. I think he would just think if it was today he would go. Well, it's you know, that's. That's what's happening in the world today. Everybody is so PC. Now, you can't say anything, you can't joke around people have to you know, I think it over it and have a little sense of humor about themselves, and and maybe the the situation, but I think that he would if it were today if it were years ago when it wasn't so politically incorrect, and you know, we didn't have the PC police. I think he would've just thought it was ridiculous. But now. You still think it was ridiculous? I think he would have done. I would be in agreement with him. We have to understand that. There are people out there. Who's whole attitude toward life is a day without putting someone down or stepping on some traditional value is a day without sunshine. I mean, they live for this their morality vigilantes. And of course, it's their version of morality, exactly. And it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind for me, and it's I think when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. Your parents the again, the the lyrics to me are playful together. To you as well. A no one is condoning any kind of assault at no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know, what knows? No. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is no singer deana Martin her website her name DA in a Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. Sixteen tail American generosity extends.

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"deana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Let's talk about about that song. Just everybody else seems to be talking about it all the the hashtag me people very upset about this. So we thought we would go to an authoritative source on the subject and welcome back, the singer actress, author performer and daughter of Dean Martin deana Martin might as well start off with with your your bona fides. I mean, you you have been a woman in show business, and I'm sure you have run across moments when you were not exactly treated with respect as a human being, right? You're absolutely right. And you know, we have to respect all women. But you're you're absolutely right about that night understand the metoo movement. You know, and that's you know, I I sympathize with that. But it shouldn't be a baby it's cold outside. You know, when I'm listening to those lyrics. It's it just makes me smile. I think you know. It's a funny song a witty song. And you know, and written by Frank lesser, and he and his wife performed it. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's not supposed to be anything other than just flirtatious. Now. I know that that there are lines in the lyrics at people offset about I ought to say, no, no, no. And the guy says by defy move in closer. And then there's the one who say what's in this drink. No one is suggesting that you should should drug women or anything of the sort. It's just a flirtatious song. Right. That's exactly right. And you know, when she says what what's in this drink is it is it punches a coke. Is it vodka? You know, it doesn't mean that someone's putting you know pills in there. So. You know, what I when I hear the song? And you know, when I first saw the I what I I found out that the radio station headband the baby it's cold outside. And I was thinking about it. And I thought well, you know, what it is pretty crazy because I listened to the song again, I will listen to it. You know, every year, of course, around Christmas time because I'm playing on my dad's music, of course. And it's a happy holiday song to me, and it makes me laugh because it's clever, but I started to think about the you the lines and what they were saying. But I just couldn't see anything that was that was wrong with it in the version that dad did what do you think your father would think were he alive today? I think he would probably have the same reaction that I had. Are you kidding? You know, he didn't. He didn't mean that you know, he didn't mean anything by it. I think he would just think it's. If it was today, he would go. Well, it's. That's that's what's happening in the world today. Everybody is so PC. Now, you can't say anything, you can't choke around people have to I get I get over it had a little sense of humor about themselves, and and maybe the situation. But I think that he would if it were today if it were years ago when it wasn't so politically incorrect, and you know, we didn't have the PC police. I think you know, he would have just thought it was ridiculous. But now well. Wow. I think he would have done. I would be in agreement with him. We have to understand that. There are people out there. Who's whole attitude toward life is a day without putting someone down or stepping on some traditional value is a day without sunshine. I mean, they live for this their their morality vigilantes. And of course, it's their version of morality, exactly. And you know, it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind for me, and it's I think when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents. The again, the the lyrics are playful, and I gather to you as well. A no one is condone. Any kind of assault. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know what? No is no. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is no singer deana Martin her website her name D E A A, Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. Sixteen tail American generosity extends.

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"deana" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Baby. It's bad out. Let's talk about about that song. Just everybody else seems to be talking about it all the hashtag me people very upset about this. So we thought we would go to an authoritative source on the subject into welcome back, the singer actress, author performer and daughter of Dean Martin deana Martin might as well start off with with your bona fides. I mean, you you have been a woman in show business, and I'm sure you have run across moments when you were not exactly treated with respect as a human being, right? You're absolutely right. And you know, we have to respect all women. But you're you're absolutely right about that night understand the metoo movement. You know, and that's you know, I sympathize with that. But it shouldn't be a baby it's cold outside. You know, when I'm listening to those lyrics. It's it just makes me smile. I think you know. It's a funny song a witty song. And you know, and written by Frank lesser, and he and his wife performed it. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's not supposed to be anything other than just flirtatious. Now. I know that there are lines in the lyrics that people get off offset about I ought to say, no, no, no. The guy says by defy move in closer. And then there's the one of say what's in this drink, a no one is suggesting that you should should drug women or anything of the sort. It's just a flirtatious song. Right. That's exactly right. And you know, when she says what what's in this drink is it it punches a coke. Is it vodka? You know, it doesn't mean that someone's putting you know children there. So. You know, what I when I hear the song? And you know, when I first saw the when I I found out that the radio station headband a baby it's cold outside. And I was thinking about it. And I thought well, you know, what it is pretty crazy because I listened to the Sunday again, I will listen to it. You know, every year, of course, around Christmas time, I'm playing on my dad's music, of course. And it's a happy holiday song to me. And it makes me laugh because it's clever, but I started to think about the you know lines and what they were saying. But I just couldn't see anything that was that was wrong with it in the version that dad did what do you think your father would think were he alive today? I think he would probably have the same reaction that I had. Are you kidding? You know, he didn't. He didn't mean that. But you know, he didn't mean anything by it. I think he would just think if it was today he would go. Well, it's you know, that's that's what's happening in the world today. Everybody is so PC. Now, you can't say anything, you can't choke around people have to, you know, get get over it had a little sense of humor about themselves, and and maybe the situation, but I think that he would if it were today if it were years ago when it wasn't so politically incorrect, and you know, we didn't have the PC police. I think you know, he would've just thought it was ridiculous. But now. Well, I think still think it was ridiculous. I think he would have done. I would be agreement with him. We have to understand that. There are people out there. Who's whole attitude toward life is a day without putting someone down or stepping on some traditional value is a day without sunshine. I mean, they live for this their morality vigilantes. And of course, it's their version of morality, exactly. And you know, it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind for me, and it's I think that when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents. The again, the lyrics to me are playful, and I gather. To you as well. Nobody's condoning any kind of assault. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know, what knows? No. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is no singer deana Martin her website her name DA in a Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. Sixteen to American generosity.

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"deana" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Gazon hind baby. It's bad out. Let's talk about about that song. Just everybody else seems to be talking about it all the the hashtag me to people very upset about this. So we thought we would go to an authoritative source on the subject and welcome back, the singer actress author performer and daughter of Dean Martin deana Martin as well start off with with your your bona fides. I mean, you you have been a woman in show business, and I'm sure you have run across moments when you were not exactly treated with respect as a human being, right? You're absolutely right. And you know, we have to respect all women. But you're you're absolutely right about that night understand the metoo movement. You know, and that's you know, I I sympathize with that. But it shouldn't be a baby it's cold outside. You know, when I'm listening to those lyrics. It's it just makes me smile. I think you know. It's a funny song a witty song. And you know, and written by Frank lesser, and he and his wife performed it. Yeah. I mean, I it's it's not supposed to be anything other than just flirtatious. Now. I know that that there are lines in the lyrics that people get off about I ought to say, no, no, no. And the guy says mind if I move in closer, and then there's the one who say what's in this drink. No one is suggesting that the you should should drug women or anything of the sort. It's just a flirtatious song. Right. That's exactly right. And you know, when she says what what's in this drink is it is it punches a coke. Is it vodka? You know, it doesn't mean that someone's putting you know pills in there. So. You know, what I when I hear the song? And you know, when I first saw the what I I found out that the radio station headband a baby it's cold outside. And I was thinking about it. And I thought well, you know, what it is pretty crazy because I listened to the song again, I will listen to it. You know, every year, of course, around Christmas time because I'm playing on my dad's music, of course. And it's a happy holiday song to me, and it makes me laugh because it's clever, but I started to think about the you know, lines and what they were saying. But I just couldn't see anything that was that was wrong with it in the version that dad did what do you think your father would think were he alive today? I think he would probably have the same reaction that I had. Are you kidding? You know, he didn't. He didn't mean that. But you know, he didn't mean anything by it. I think he would just think if it was today he would go. Well, it's you know, that's that's what's happening in the world today. Everybody is so PC. Now, you can't say anything, you can't choke around people have to I get I think it over it had a little sense of humor about themselves, and and maybe the the situation, but I think that he would if it were today if it were years ago when it wasn't so politically incorrect, and you know, we didn't have the PC police. I think you know, he would have just thought it was ridiculous. But now, well, I think you'd still think it was ridiculous. I think he would have done. I would be in agreement with him. We have to understand that. There are people out there. Who's whole attitude toward life is a day without putting someone down or stepping on. Traditional value is a day without sunshine. I mean, they live for this their their morality vigilantes. And of course, it's their version of morality, exactly. And you know, it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind for me, and it's I think that when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and younger kids also. So I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents the again, but the lyrics to me are playful, and I gather to you as well, a no one is condoning any kind of assault. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know what? No is no. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is no singer deana Martin her website her name DA a Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. Sixteen tail American generosity extends.

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"deana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"When you were not exactly treated with respect as a human being, right? You're absolutely right. And you know, we have to respect all women. But you're you're absolutely right about that night understand the metoo movement. You know, and that's you know, I I sympathize with that. But it shouldn't be a baby it's cold outside. You know, when I'm listening to those lyrics. It's it just makes me smile. I think you know. It's a funny song a witty song. And you know, and written by Frank lesser, and he and his wife performed it. Yeah. I mean, it's it's not supposed to be anything other than just flirtatious. Now. I know that that there are lines in the lyrics at people get off set about I ought to say, no, no, no. Mind if I move in closer. And then there's the one who say what's in this drink, a no one is suggesting that the you should should drug women or anything of the sort. It's just a flirtatious song. Right. That's exactly right. And you know, when she says what what's in this drink is it is it punches a coke. Is it vodka? You know, it doesn't mean that someone's putting you know pills in there. So. You know, what I what I hear the song? And when I first saw the when I I found out that the radio station had banned the baby it's cold outside. And I was thinking about it. And I thought well, you know, what it is pretty crazy because I listened to the song again, I will listen to it. You know, every year, of course, around Christmas time because I'm playing on my dad's music, of course, happy holiday song to me, and it makes me laugh because it's clever, but I started to think about the you know, lines and what they were saying. But I just couldn't see anything that was that was wrong with it in the version that dad did what do you think your father would think were he alive today? I think he would probably have the same reaction that I had. Are you kidding? You know, he didn't. He didn't mean that. But you know, he didn't mean anything by it. I think he would just think it's. If it was today, he would go. Well, it's you know, that's that's what's happening in the world today. Everybody is so PC now. And you can't say anything, you can't choke around people have to, you know, get I think it over it had a little sense of humor about themselves, and maybe the the situation, but I think that he would if it were today if it were years ago when it wasn't so politically incorrect, and you know, we didn't have the PC police. I think he would have just thought it was ridiculous. But now, well, I think you'd still think it was ridiculous. I think he would have done. I would be agreement with him. We have to understand that. There are people out there. Who's whole attitude toward life is a day without putting someone down or stepping on some traditional value is a day without sunshine. I mean, they live for this their their morality vigilantes. And of course, it's their version of morality, exactly and. It's the way we're bringing up our kids now that, you know, bottles the mind for me, and it's I think that when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents. The again, the lyrics to me are playful, and I gather to you as well. A no one is condoning any kind of assault. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know what? No is no. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is no singer deana Martin her website her name DA in a Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. Sixteen. Tale American generosity extends.

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"deana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Oh my gosh. One is right about that. Yeah. It's absurd. David in Creston, Iowa. Joining us next with the deana Martin on the Jim Bohannon show. Hi, David do jam. Thank you so much for taking my call. I've got a message for out there. Realized in nineteen forty four when you and I were born at the good thing. It was cold outside and number one or number two. We were in a war during that time. And that song. I'm sure was probably help our troops over there have essentially humor and realized that there were people over here, they missed their wives girlfriends. And I just don't see how people can be so stupid that they don't learn a little more about history before they opened a big fat mouth daily. Go ahead. Good point. That's a very good point. You know, I hadn't I hadn't thought about that. But it's true that people just aren't thinking. And you know, we're thinking about all the all the the men and women overseas, and you know, during during the those wars and everything they miss their family. I missed your girlfriend, and what you said about, you know. It was a baby it's cold outside. 'cause they wanted to be, you know, at at home or with with their with their girlfriend or the boyfriend, and there's nothing wrong with that, son. And it was a good point. Thank you for saying that very much. Thank you very much. David. Let's start a call here from Judean Ozark, Missouri. Go ahead, Judy. So yes, I all you do guys. You music is beautiful deana. Thank you. Oh, thank you. She's an Ozark, Missouri..

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"deana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"deana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And you know, it's the way we're bringing up our kids now that you know, boggles the mind for me, and it's I think that when you're brought up with respect and with manners. I think it's a whole different a whole different ballgame for people. I I look at some of the millennials now, and I'm wondering what the heck's going on. And and and younger kids, also, so I do think that it starts at home. And I think it starts with your parents. And what you said about, you know, people are just not happy. Unless they get up and and make somebody else miserable. I mean, not make somebody else miserable. But I think they don't have anything their lives other than picking on on things. They should not be picking on that don't need to be picked on right again. It just it just does strike me as as as really bizarre in that regard. The again, the lyrics to me are playful, and I gather to you as well. And no one is condoning any kind of salt. And no one is suggesting that women don't always have the right to say. No. That's you're absolutely right. And you know what? No is no. And that's plain and simple. And that's what we have to teach everybody. No is. No. But those those lyrics for you know, when Franklin wrote that he's saying his wife. So I, you know, I think that's I think it's fine. I have heard some version that are a little odd. Not odd the way they the way they sing it. Maybe think twice about it. But not the way my dad did. And I think it is song, and it is for -tations. And you know that when it was was it written in forty eight forty four nineteen forty four. And in those days, you know, a woman would not, you know, stay at somebody's house. And my mother will you know think, but you know, you're you maybe want to go there and. You know, you're you're courting someone someone's Gordon you. So I think that that's you know, it was it was fine. Then it's fine now. And no is no. Singer deana Martin her website her name D E A N A, Martin dot com. Deana Martin dot com. And we'll continue our discussion with Dino. We'll hear some more music that she does so impeccably well and to take a caller to as.

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Dean Martin's daughter responds to blowback over 'Baby It's Cold Outside'

Think Realty Radio

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Dean Martin's daughter responds to blowback over 'Baby It's Cold Outside'

"Dean. Martin's daughter deana Martin is sticking by her pledge to continue performing baby it's cold outside despite the frosty reception. The decades old song has been receiving over its lyrics. The song is even been banned on at least one radio station. Dino was on Fox News explaining her reaction to all the blowback over the song. I was absolutely flabbergasted is just insane. When I heard it, and I think this can't possibly v. It's a sweet flirty fun holiday song that well it's been around for fifty years for my dad, you know, he did it in fifty nine. But when I saw it I tweeted, I think this is crazy. What do you think this all stems back to the portion of the song or the woman sings I can't really stay towards the man replies. But baby it's cold outside. Now, some folks from the metoo movement are up in arms over this Martin was also asked if she would consider changing the lyrics to the song. I don't wanna change lyrics. So you know, what's in this drink? I don't think she's talking about some pill being put in that train. Is this punchy know what's in this drink is involved car? This is just a sweet fund song. You know? I mean, there's nothing nothing bad going on. Right. You're the guy is trying to tell a girl not go outside. It's cold. It's called outside. Yeah. When she was, you know, she's she's sweet she's playing along with them. It's wording. It's sexy. It's sweet it's there's nothing bad about that song. And it just breaks my heart

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"deana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"deana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"She's She's. The Deana She's really not a lady though He doesn't have style. Or grain you either have grace She may be a But. She's not, a lady of course. I'm talking about stormy We totally now Why do you hate her? So much hater, did we, say I. Mean there's hate it comes from your voices when? You talk about I, definitely, don't like hey they're strong. Little straw me she's not going to be a role model. For my daughter You know it's not hate I just signed her incredibly distasteful She's given a lot to our? Country we'll skanky has? She given a lot to the. Country, what does she. Given she's given, us, Michael avenue dotty yeah thanks a lot appreciate that stormy. Look, I don't wanna. Roll through the pornography video lexicon. Circa oh three zero six but she gave a. Lot really some gave all quite, the sacrifice from Daily Mail stormy Daniels quit celebrity big brother. Just hours before the live. Show kicked off on Thursday night and so people were disappointed they were in tears as, they should have been because what she. Wasn't making enough money it just wasn't nearly enough for. That one episode wasn't just wasn't close to a million. Dollars she. Was supposed to be on for a whole week oh no and she was going to get nine hundred. And fifty thousand dollars for that. Whole week for the, week and then. Apparently that wasn't enough and so She was like no I. Want one hundred twenty five. Thousand more than that he got to be can so they were like no and she, was like by and then a lawyer. I don't know if it was ATI was it was. Okay so her lawyer scumbag said who is going to. Take a. Chunk of that he said nah this isn't about money but he didn't say what it was about right. So who knows because it's never. About money Wait. A second he did he did weigh in on this quote. It was over a row, with producers about money they insisted she conduct herself? In a, certain, way they temperature control, her and produce a certain result which she. Did? Not feel comfortable? With what find somebody else It's never about money tell Peter Struck that I swear these. People, there's so many. Gross people. Right now yeah, and? It's never, these are. These are Democrats right I mean frontiers purposes these are basically Democrats and it's like it's never stormies actually a Republican really know try to run for Republic as a Republican for congress issue. Now, is now she may. Be easy Anna yeah You go but not as a Republican are you sure I think you should look that up yes she may actually think that Marcus actually absolutely doesn't mean that she's a Republican. Now He's not a he's he's a total scumbag but, that's the thing is it's, never about? The. Money but it really is about the. Money, I we'll get clarification for the next segment because only make me like her more I didn't think that was possible Is right though I. Actually, did run as a Republican, well in. Name only good. News good buck it.

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Taliban attack strategic Afghan city of Ghazni

John Batchelor

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Taliban attack strategic Afghan city of Ghazni

"Every week and this week records have been. Broken the mercury has soared in many parts of the world this is deana season of extreme heat. From North America to Europe from the Middle East Japan career many of us have never experienced anything quite so hot for so long before we know the climate changing and that many of the reasons for that are man made international commitments to limit the average rise in, global, temperature to less than two. Degrees above pre industrial levels demand concerted action around the world but what? Are the new technologies that may be able to help us and even if we can mitigate. Against extreme temperatures are heatwaves going to become the new normal are? We going to, have to adapt to living with

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"deana" Discussed on Be Your Change

Be Your Change

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"deana" Discussed on Be Your Change

"So what are the amount of investment we're talking about these type of endeavors currently because we're still in early stages, we're using the lean startup methodology of testing the market as well. The lean startup methodology is a practice for developing products and businesses based on getting a lot of customer feedback very quickly, the ideas too short on the amount of time it takes to develop a product. So we're doing smaller amounts anywhere from fifty thousand about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Okay, so they're sort of in the range. It's bigger than a microfinance, but they're still too small for impact investors to be interested. In. So the idea is we, we help them through this journey, but in the process of helping them in the join, especially when we open up markets for them were able to see where the real pain point is, is that that you don't have a team is a because you don't have enough equipment is because the quality of the products not good enough. Maybe it's package strong, so that gives us the ability to actually learn with them, and it's a, it's a mutual process. And that's what makes it exciting for entrepreneurs to want to invest in this area because most of them are looking for meaning, Nina says, as more people look for meaning and as a partner already of impacting rises. So does a broadening of the definition of the term are usually say, it's like an elephant, someone's holding a tail, and they described that as impact investing, someone holding the trunk describes that impact investing. But everyone is right based on what they're holding and what they want to achieve. Investors people often do want healthy returns, and there are more likely to invest in men to get though returns. Deana says, people are less likely to invest in women owned businesses, even though studies show companies with women executives usually perform better than those led by men. In order to curb is gender, discrimination, NGOs of impact vets interpreters inside and out based on sales, quite of service and product, customer satisfaction, different people have different expectations. So if some impact investors really do believe they can do good and do well at the same time and the way I say it is, yeah, in such markets who can, for example, if I'm investing impact to Goania, I'm investing invented Jerry's. I'm someone there's there is a social impact component to what they do, but they're working in markets with the cost of doing business is relatively low right to set up. A company is very easy to you. Don't have to pay for the roads. The roads are really dead. The UPS of this is already dead, the law legal services or any. They're cutting visibility. Their cost of doing business is relatively low and all it takes. Your critic d of marketing in their sales and the market positioning, and then you can do your business. You know, one of the social enterprises we work with Indonesia, for example, forty percent of her Apax is just transporting goods from one place to the other because it's so expensive. Right? So that's I don't think we should be talking about one particular definition of impact investing because I think it's better for people to just state what the expectation is. You know, am I looking for social return first? And then at the same time, one, sustainable business, or do I want social impact? I and I wanna business that grows and and gives me good healthy returns or do I want to have good healthy returns and some social impact, Lena revenue green strives to make leaders out of the woman on companies that ngelo of impact works with. She said that key to any good leader, empathy you Mielke and the desire to do good for others. Her biggest advice to women on trips. Moore's is to work hard. Never give up us. Woman may have to work twice has hard that we still can regular glass ceiling other social interpreter raising money for my own social impact media company, beard change media. The challenges Lena talks about for women on businesses ring, true in twenty seventeen female founders..

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"deana" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"deana" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"It makes no sense the adult essence me because it's like i wanted it so badly and now there's a part of me that can take it for granted becomes work yeah you just like i'm just doing my thing that it's like bad undergoing to the stage set of like what that's awesome that's really cool like and to never lose that sense of wonder is something i work to remind myself is important it's actually rule of number rule of culture number twelve as one said never lose that sense of wonder i think that is such a good exercise in dressed perspective probably it's like can't you fucking fucking working at that fucking theater i don't know well hold on one second okay well let's talk about the movie musical again where would you that's what i'm saying okay can i just say again kiala settle formed on the oscars i right she got her mold she got a camera circling the stage in that quiet part of the bridge moment she'll she was she was bring it home and then even you have someone like deana miguel who is a huge broadway star but like america didn't know until until the wickedly talented adele name god bless i think people don't talk enough about that moment is the way he says what could lee tell he is almost more mindblowing than a zine i just like doing forget that for the rest of my life why would you never gets old it's always never a real scream but but like that's something where it's just like she was already late headlinin how many broadway shows and super famous and right twenty three cultural phenomenon.

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