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Fresh update on "dion" discussed on Feast of Fun
"They WANNA. Canadian. They want Canadian people and I think it's important to maybe anne-marie. Maybe. I. WHO's Murray? The data on growing pains wasn't he Canadian Yeah Robert Dad Yeah Guy because what big comedic? Mr. Big and. I saw him in an airport in Puerto Rico. Dion maybe do it shit? She would stop talking. She'd get up on the stage. Start going backstage with like what is this oh? This is so magical if you want to. Little you. If you want to see something crazy like wonderful. Go look at Selene Dion is amazing or everything on Youtube. It's somebody collected all selene dion weird moments from self. A lot of strange vocalisations Lulu Lulu Lulu put put people putting your walking around and. I just kind of very. She's like a bird You know like pickings has to sing crumbs musical crumbs out of the air and she's Very. Fanciful at very colorful and very. Odd wonderfully weird as we like to say here so. Affiliate. Joy whole wants to say, where do you want to see yourself in the year twenty thirty? I'll tell you this though. I don't know what the future holds, but in the twenty five, twenty five, if hope is still allow. Women will join the farces to regret gain the earth looking ahead to human cans rebirth. You. Know what that is right? Yes. Of course, they do theme signs, Cleopatra Twenty Five Twenty Five Sung by Gina. Torres the ex wife of Morpheus morpheus from the Matrix. That's right. It's all Mashburn tenders an illusion gender code that you can just tinker with what what do you think think we'll still be in. Chicago in ten years. I don't know a very in Chicago in a year but. I don't know what? Love Chicago I love the city are the one thing I've discovered with the pandemic is we could live anywhere. Anywhere and it's like we could live on Mars. Well, I, don't think they have Wifi in most of the people that. Add the Wi fi I don't know I was thinking about like where would we kind of like retire to a little? Maybe it's something that we wanted some warmer weather or to be closer to nature. You know we live in the city and it's hard to get to anywhere natural I mean I can walk to the lake and I do that almost every day but you know, I want mountains and fresh air and sunshine the city for his wonderful it is. It's you know it's a toxic environment and every time I go to those natural places I'm like God. Damn all these allergies. Lady Bunny calls me up and she's like she's like convinced the world's coming to an end because anytime she goes visit our family and and. In the south. There's just like all the pollen all the hits demeans in the air just. Tremendous to. In some days, those things can get you more than other days. But I think I'd rather take pollen than you know some of the city pollution and dirt and grime and. Gosh I don't know why it. By then Jesse, we'll be gone a little dog, ten years I think he'd be eighteen testing will never die..
Fresh update on "dion" discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"You have to put them in the starting lineup. WHO's okay five of thirteen shooting four from deep four or five from the line you'll take. Fourteen points second second leading score on the Lakers. wasn't bad but. I didn't love what he was doing out there either. Body made a number of mistakes. I thought some of his shots were. Were just half and part of that has to be when the offense is struggling to click the way the Lakers offense was struggling to click dion waiters guy with his mentality is GonNa to say I can bring us back the ball. Let me shoot us back in and he can shoot you right out of a game too but again. I love what we've seen Outta waiters. She's been great but tonight was the night that made me go oh. Yes. Okay. That's it. He's clearly a starter I like him coming off the bench I think he's great as that kind of microwave score. It's a great role for him and so I'm sticking with them there. Chris Masters isn't even on the show and people are calling for Danny Green to put in the master lock. He's not even here right now and you're asking them to put them in the match lock. Johnny from facebook said, when can we expect Rondo back? Okay. So Rondo is just getting back to to Florida, and now he's going to have to go through his own quarantine and there's going to be a number of days of that. He has to pass like seven. I. Want to say. He has to go negative reading on like seven test and then quarantine for another four days before he can get back in and that's just for him to return to the team. That's not to get back on the floor. Best case scenario. He's getting back on the floor sometime around Brown to play offs. That's best case pay. Now the question is and I'm thinking about this a lot. When Rondo comes back? Is there a role for him? Does he immediately come into a rule and whose minutes does he take if he does Are you. GonNa Bench Dion waiters to get Rondo back in probably not waiters has been good. He's been really good. Maybe are Smith's minutes. Jerry Smith hasn't been that effective maybe waiters sees more minutes sliding down as the de facto three. Now, he's only what sixty, six three he might go play small forward and you bring Rondo in a little bit. Fully like twenty five minutes a night Rondo especially when he's getting thrown into the middle of the playoffs if the Lakers have in chemistry I think freight mogul is going to have to be a little bit cautious that said Ron news a veteran anything you need a shot in the arm we'll have to be keeping our fingers crossed and hoping hoping the playoff round is indeed a thing because playoff Rondo can make a difference for the. Lakers..
Chicago Deputy Police Chief Dion Boyd Found Dead In Apparent Suicide At Homan Square Police Facility
"Chicago Police Department deputy chief Dion Boy has been found dead after apparently shooting himself in a police station. He was 57 at least the ninth member of the department to kill himself in the past two years. He had been promoted just this month. Mayor Lori Lightfoot offered her condolences to his family and tweeted a message to officers. You are deserving of help and healing, and no one needs to struggle
Building Power Among Youth
"Thank you for joining me today? How are you doing? Great good good, so tell me about. What is all girls? Everything ultimate frisbee about. Why do you guys do? We are a leadership program and we have been brought together through ultimate Frisbee. That's how we use the together. We play Frisbee there, but we also learned there. Yeah, age up is not only really about like social justice. Education I feel like the people who work for Asia or that are in the age of community invest in the young people of Color in the key in the South Seattle community, and is really rooted around ultimate Frisbee, but we're also all have like a connected passion for social justice, wanting to make a change. In providing for our community, ultimate Frisbee, amusing to be honest with you, you know when I hear ultimate Frisbee. I don't think social justice education. A matter of fact with a lot of sports I don't think social justice says a case. I know that there's athletes who will take a stand and say something, but you know I don't i. don't naturally think ultimate Frisbee and social justice education. So how do those two combine for a job? Well I think when you think of most forts you're not. That's social justice as narrow really the first thing that comes to mind I'm pretty sure like no one ever combines like anything of the sorts of sports. But with ultimate Frisbee, since it's kind of a new sport, it's kind of like there's room to test around in like. Build new kind of community I think and that's kind of what happened the South End. There is like coaches all around the south Seattle that kind of came together to build. What age of is like Sam? Terry and Hannah Kawhi at least uneven. It came from it being such a tight knit community with those people with those players that they. They felt safe to talk about those types of topics like racism sexism, and so it started with a small group of people I think it was like tennis people and they had their like initial program of coming together and talking about social justice, and it kind of evolved into something more where everybody was willing to learn and grow together also play Frisbee together. Yeah, right? Hey, we're we're. We're here to have fun and play Frisbee than these other bigger issues that. Are Impacting us, or we care about if I'm understanding you correctly and you guys. The folks who started this felt comfortable enough with each other to be able to have this dialogue. And how how long ago when did this start? Two thousand nine at. It's even late, two, thousand, nine or early twenty ten, because we're GONNA have our ten year like Oh, yeah, two thousand nine. Yeah, doesn't you about the have your ten year anniversary? Okay? Amy was mentioning his early before we started recording that. There's there's different program elements that you guys have within eight up. What are those programs in? Can you describe them a little bit for me? We have a girls program that happens. December January, and then right after that ends the boys, program starts because we use Jefferson, community center. And will have an office upstairs, and then we use the big room in the middle, so we have to have the different programs right after each other, so then like we don't meet other programs different from you. Have your girls programming your voice program other than the gender? What's the difference in having to rather than having a combined group? I think the only difference is the ideas that we would come up with so last year. I was a girls program intern. That program was mostly about mental health for. That whole program year. And then. My other intern. Together Dion we came up with a different workshop at the end. So you have maybe different focuses. Do they come up naturally from what the group is asking for kind of what they're all talking about or do you guys have a curriculum for lack of a better word were year directing? You know what each group is is focusing during that timeframe. It used to be like. Every week was a different topic like went to his into sexism, but then we felt like one day is not enough to cover that topic. Then along the program years we would talk together and be like Oh. Should we just do one? So then? We can actually cover it, and so people can learn from. It were from now on. We're doing one topic or each year,
‘Clueless’ Is Totally Hollywood’s Defining Teen Movie
"Years ago Sunday, the world was introduced to share Dion and tie as Clueless debuted in theaters. Directed by Amy Heckerling. The comedy followed the trio of trend obsessed but well meaning high schoolers in Beverly Hills. They navigated teen life friendship and romance. Clueless was ahead, earning just shy of 61 million bucks worldwide, about 100 3 million in today's dollars and also made a star out of Alicia Silverstone and introduced us to future stars, including Paul Rudd's Donald Phase on Jeremy Sisto on the late Brittany
1 of 2 protesters hit by vehicle on Seattle freeway dies; man, 27, charged with vehicular assault
"Driver accused of hitting those two protesters on I five this weekend, killing one is due back in court today. DeWitt Khalid is facing charges of vehicular assault. Investigators say Khalid past vehicles that were parked on the interstate. Those vehicles were there to protect protesters. 24 year old summer Taylor of Seattle died and 32 year old Dia's love of Portland remains in serious condition at Harborview. Ah, judge will set bail for Khalid today
"dion" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Slash donate. There is a button that says donate via paypal and you can donate that now. I'm going to introduce A. Rule a thing opportunity where if you give the equivalent of five dollars per episode, which is somewhere around? Is it's Wednesay Hounds of so. Let's say it's. Yes announced twenty twenty pounds, so if you give a one off donation. That is twenty pounds on Mojo. In the thing where you can, you can write something. You can write something when you do the donation. In that thing if you write your name that you wanted mentioned on the podcast. Any short thing you want mentioned doesn't have to be your actual name. It could be anything you want mentioned real quick that will take the same amount of time to say your name, and you give them on, then you will have. That's set on the podcast once, so you could in theory donate twenty pounds per month, and have it said every month, but they're all one offs. Okay, hope that make sense of course don't click the thing that says paying for goods or services. It is not. cannot. Send them of. Confirmation that you've received the service, anyways. So, thank you for even asking. It is It means a lot to me the last thing. I want to say before I. Let you listen to me and travel chat. Is that. Does tax thing happening patron if you are a Patriot an? Patron on Patriot DOT conference Lasmo PA. Go and check messages. It I will have send out what Patriots told me. It's shouldn't be a thing it shouldn't like. Don't panic. It shouldn't be huge panicky. Thing at all it's it's should be a matter of maybe a few. Sent some babies. Few pens might not even apply to you. I'm not one thousand center what it is, but if anything was. Wrong and if you feel in any way that something has happened, that is unfair or anything like that. You can feel absolutely safe. We will deal with it and figure it out, but. I. Have as far as I can see. It's not a big thing, but I understand that because it's an American company. You might not feel as secure as you would. If it was whatever what I'm trying to say, is check messages or emails? If you have already and. See what Patriot has to say about this, but that's the only thing there is. Everything should be fine. I'm now going to just let me listen to my conversation with the Amazing Trevor Dion Nicholas..
2 People Charged With DUIs Following 2 Crashes On Chicago Dan Ryan Expressway
"But on the D. U. I. charges been filed against two people involved in crashes of the Dan Ryan expressway early Sunday morning including a woman who had three men who would stop to help at an accident scene the three were outside their car after stopping to help at the scene of a rollover crash involving an infinity on the inbound Ryan at forty seventh street an adult couple and three children were in the upside down infinity state police say forty five year old Sabrina Johnson was drunk as she approached the scene and her car hit the three people who stopped to help killing one man thirty one year old Curtis Dion day Hale Melton of may would and seriously injuring the others Johnson was charged with aggravated do you why the driver of the infinity involved in the original rollover thirty four year old Francisco Carino was also charged with aggravated do you why and child
"One of the lauwers photography at least for me is the doors can open. Being photographer has provided me access to people and communities that I might never have considered otherwise the combination of a camera and my curiosity has gifted me with meeting fascinating people and entering their world and many times. Those encounters have been especial- to me as the photographs at created. Chris suspects photography is all about that. His explorations of subcultures in the areas of music and sexuality have resulted in images. That are raw an intimate. His latest book leather boys gathers images of a segment of the gay community in and around the DC area. The story of how he gained access and his process over the years provide some valuable information for anyone taking on a long-term personal project regardless of the World. They are hoping to explore this. Is your body an ex and welcome back to the candidate frame and it was good to see. It's been a long time yet. Has I'm trying to think I guess the last time I saw you This past summer at focus on the story Ryan. I'm looking forward to talking to you. We met a couple of years back. And you're always been on my radar but it's just like as with as with so many people who I put down on my list sometimes years before I finally get them on the show but I'm glad we're funding hearing chance to sit down and chat. I do want to remind you ever. I've been on candid frame before. Are you on the panel? Yeah Yeah at Miami Straight Photography Festival but I think about it in terms of one to one conversations. Sure Yeah I had just a taste now. I get the full meal I guess. Okay okay scared me for a bit getting ready but no comment background. I found out that he come from a family. Did A lot of traveling. Your Dad was a diplomat. You were born in the Philippines. That is that is correct. I was actually adopted in the Philippines. Which is interesting and I'm definitely not Filipino. So yeah was adopted there. My family was with the State Department and my dad travel to various countries around the world. All the way up through the end of my college experience. So I've lived in Thailand Denmark Moscow London and then visited various countries for like a month or a week or whatever the entire time. Did you have any any idea in terms of your birth be? We have information get to you so I actually. When my dad passed away a couple years ago she left that to me. But I still haven't looked at it weren't well I you know. Part of it is is. My parents were my parents. I've felt adopted or not. You know it was just something. I don't know man should ask my my therapist about that but I just haven't I haven't really like I feel like I don't want to give up on. The idea of my parents are my real parents because they adopted me. And that's who cared for me you know. I'm a little scared to find out who my real parents are. What if there is life changing information there? You know who knows yeah? That's fascinating especially the fact that it's just sitting in a letter somewhere. That's well it's not. It's not just a letter. It's a whole packet with a bunch of official documents and stuff so so doing all this traveling. How did he sort of color? Your perspective in terms of when you finally came in critter life yourself here in the in the states. Well I have to say that little funny story about my first time that I remember in the United States was coming back for first grade and I could speak Danish better than it could speak English and I was held back a grade because my English language skills were not that good and then from there. I went to Thailand. I believe you know from there. I went to Moscow. Actually so I have I think a more of a kind of a like a world view of and I was friends a people of all different kinds of cultures classes races. What have you I would say was a very wholesome upbringing in terms of Having kind of a global perspective and in your early twenties you're part of a of a of a punk band music start becoming occurred of your early life so that's another a funny story I remember being in Moscow and I guess the sex pistols had come out. And this is I. Think nineteen seventy six and I guess there was a article in the New York Times or The Washington Post because we used to get that at the embassy in Moscow Mama's reading about it and she's like Chris. You wouldn't listen to that stuff would you and then and then on our First trip our trip to Helsinki Finland. We got to go to a record store in the first album. Picked up was was a clash album. Actually I didn't WanNA bring home a sex pistols but I'd done a little bit of kind of asking around the embassy like what did some of the other punk bands picked up a clash in devo album and ever since then I was kinda hooked but because I was traveling and nobody I knew played an instrument. I didn't even play an instrument and it wasn't until I got to college that I met up with some people that played instruments like one of my roommates play guitar. Who's really good? He's still actually playing today on the Jam Band Circuit and anyway so one night. We're hanging out late. It leaves the house and they're like hey play the space and I'm like I don't even know what to do. There's like follow the dots man and so I just followed what they were doing with their hands. And then I was like you. Know the hippy. Music is okay. But I'm really into punk rock. And then when I've moved back to DC after college I met up with some of the former members of the band scream. I don't scream was a big discord banned. They were banned. I really enjoyed in high school early college. And that's the band where David Grohl came from and so this is some of the other members one of the other members from scream their original drummer before girl was in the span. It was like man. This guy's awesome. I get to play with him. And that's basically how I jumped into that in. How long were you into? I played in punk bands from ninety three to two thousand and on. I'm still playing in my neighborhood so I've just been continuing that I still I still. I still play a little bit in a Plano. Reggae DUB reggae band in my in my neighborhood but I was playing. I started my own record label. I put out like twenty plus CDs with international distribution all around the world toward all over the the. Us many times so yeah. I like to travel see new places. Meeting people were using a camera. Did you document those times? Not at all? It wasn't until the birth of my son that I got a camera and that was because of my wife she was like we need to get a camera and at that time it was like I don't know if we can afford it and whatever so I got a cannon power shot and this this had been like two thousand six or so. My son was born in two thousand and five so it was a little bit after that. We we still. I think the I felt. We had the IPHONE camera which is like we need a better camera so and then are basically read the manual and then I went out just shooting around my neighborhood or wherever. Just kinda figure out figuring out all the settings and that's where I figured out like what motion blur could do and stuff like that shutter drag and that was really cool and the entire throughout my entire punk rock career. I was always going into the library or on the Internet. You later in the late nineties to find just kind of like raw images to use for flyers and that's how I kind of discovered who who we g was and Dion rbis and stuff. I didn't really look at them through photographers. I was looking more through a punk rockers. I like going. You know what? What are the photos that kind of excite me or that are weird a different? That will look really good on a flyer in peak people's interest and so I spent a lot of time in the Arlington County Public Library in their photo book section. Just kinda going through trying to find stuff and yeah and so. That's kind of so I had my and I even bought like some photo books to just to use for flyers so wasn't until I actually started work in a cameras. Like hey man I could probably make photos like those guys did in those books.
Dante Basco Discussed Landing the Role of Rufio
"You work asked. How did how did that come about like you had started out as a dancer one of your first credits is in moon-walker. Yeah yeah me. And my little brother Dion. We're in Walker. I was actually his understudy in moon-walker and we did the bad video but we did the kid. Bad video friends would allow those kids today. I mean mercer tantrums in the video. She's like the executive producer showrunner of of fails to share. We've known each other since we were like twelve. The way dancing works. You have the casting you have to have a cast like exact behind them because people get hurt all the time when you dance so we did that. We Young. We're gases when he came to L. A. But when I did hook the pretty remarkable thing about hook is so my little brother. Dion hadn't auditioned for another character in the movie. And I remember calling my managers when he got the addition. Because we're like you gotta give me an audition for this movie because you know the one thing we knew is it's Robin Williams playing grownup Peter Pan. And you're like that had captured the imagination of the world like. Oh my God like Robin Williams is Peter Pan. That's who he is. And so we were all excited about the movie and Spielberg and and whatnot. And so I ended up getting audition for other character. Rubio we know in these characters are and then my other brother. Dr Ian got an audition for Rubio too so we both went in together. This the thing about being brothers L. A. And Act against all audition and continue against each other and to this day and it's like was the TV show like last season where they're like. Oh it's between you and your brother during both on the board like whatever like was going to get it so good like but we've all trained together and go of the process understand that you're not really in competition with each other you know but we've been through a lot as brothers and different these days almost be really close. Yeah I mean it's hard to be Asian actor in. It's hard to be an actress. La I always say it's hard to be an actor in La. Probably want hard jobs in the world as far as to work and then on top of that it's hard to be an ethnic actually and within the ethnic spectrum it's hard to be Asian ethnic spectrum and even within the Asian spectrum to be Filipino. That particular Asian is super strange. The people because they're like are you. What kind of Asian Asians that? We wrote this role for you like a brown skin kind of are you. So why are you so ten and then even within that little like Filipino? It's like it's you know I'm one of four brothers that are like very close in age like you're the boss brothers like at our performance that our performance that we're all here in the audition so it. I've lived a very unique experience except where I've brothers that lived with me. Oh we are definitely going to ask you about one of the few experiences. You had playing a specific Filipino. American character in the great debut debut But I I want to ask you lower living in this hook. Moment your audition you said before that in a way your upbringing in paramount helped you in. Yeah House. The unique thing about that particular project is I went in on me and my brother both went in. We put the auditions on tape with the with the Catcher in Jefferson. There's a picture of that day too. We both dressed up like how he thought loss was addressed up. I remember like bracelets on this. Weird like floral shirt and so We had the addition and then I got a call back like the eight my managing like. Oh so Steven Spielberg wants to meet you. So I went to Amblin which is on the universal lot in the whole lot. All great but there's like this one sections like Spanish villas like that stevensville offices. We went there and this is like before. Ps Ten does like here. Like a mall arcade in his office which is crazy and so we're they're playing video games and he brings me in and then he doesn't even me again we talk. We talk about a lot of stuff you talk about rats so Rizzo and talked about Dustin Hoffman. Because I know his playing hook at that time and we talked about films we talk about other things I did and then do you want me to read. He's like no no. You're good I just wanted to meet you and I was like what I walked out. My mom had to go. I don't think I got it like I read. You know and then a few days later they offer me the part which wild so read the part one time. When I was on the set I remember sitting on the pirate ship and I was like. Hey Steven like never auditioned like read the roll one time and someone offered me the job. How did that happen and Steven was like Yeah Dante. Like at of all the kids we. You're the only kid that scared me. And but you know when I think about it now inside. I'm living in paramount right. And this is ninety one. You know kids were getting shot in my school. Like my best friend. Like one of our friends got killed his girlfriend. There was like guns everywhere drugs. We you know there's like life and death situations going on every day. There was like a big race war blacks breast of Mexicans. Where where what side are you on? Oh we need to get out of here at lunch or like you know it's going down and when you're dealing with like that kind of environment to degree the lost boys gang. I just the leader of the gang and so I think some of that was you know brought to the surface when doing the character and I think that kind of resonated with Stephen. I think that Kinda helped my the whole thing so
'One World' Concert Review
"Did you watch the the one the one world concert on Saturday and cited about it yeah I did it did not disappoint I thought it was great it's been so I mean you know everybody has their own opinion about different things but I just find so interesting on social media you know some people said it was depressing some people thought that it was lip saying some people thought there's some people thought that I left those two hours I only watch the two hours not like you where you can watch the four hour pregame with on social media before I only watched the two hours I was great and I I just thought the performances were great but I was just so moved and uplifted by the stories of the health care workers wouldn't really that that's really what this was all about they were not asking for money they did you know that did not you know tell you the text in and you get give us money and do this and do that it was just and where his campaign to thank health care workers and frontline workers during all we work while we're still are going through I have a little montage here if you want to hear about some of the performances yeah sure I'd give us a little hint as to who we're going to hear in this class you're gonna hear lady Gaga you're gonna hear Paul McCartney Stevie Wonder Billy eyelash Kacey Musgrave Shawn Mendez Camilla Kobe you're gonna hear Elton John in this you're going to be here Lizzo doing the all Sam Cooke song change is gonna come in you're gonna hear the the finale of the show which literally I was brought to tears watching lady Gaga John legend Andre able Charlie and Salim Dion do the beautiful song the prayer this is just a little sampling of the
Coronavirus Confronts US Economy With Tough Recovery
"Coronavirus is already the most serious threat to the U. S. economy since the financial crisis and D. honorable when markets editor at Axios says the dominoes are aligned for a severe recession that could erase much of the eleven your recovery Dionne explained as the court of viruses kind of exploded or really started to ratchet up here in the U. S. and also in place parts of Europe and around the globe a lot of folks have been asking the question is this going to cause a recession and I want to take a step back and point out a lot of the economic issues that particular facing United States right now but it's kind of gotten less attention have been swept under the rug a little bit that we put them all together sort of form this series of dominoes that really could set us up for a pretty tough recession right so some of these bullet points you get to get that you put together really raise some eyebrows like with one first off growth has declined over the last couple years yeah so explain that explain them or otherwise that could been getting glossed over well the growth rate in the U. S. has been declining even though you had this two trillion dollar tax cut the tax cut and jobs act was passed in twenty seventeen that was supposed to kind of kick start the economy is going at three four percent growth and it has been and not only have we not hit that three or four percent number we kind of we got close to it the year after the tax cut was passed and you've been declining ever sent so you've got not only the increase that two trillion dollars to that to the national debt but you had declining growth and economists were expecting a decline even further this year even absent this corona virus scares so we're kind of moving back toward slower growth books you know depending on who you talk to depending on how they did their metrics were expecting about two percent while under maybe a little over but the difference between two percent and recession is a lot less than the difference between three or four percent and recessions are so would you reference the the the tax cut and jobs act speaking of jobs up some was able was a labor markets done well why is this a concern but you see a lot of these are coming out the high paying jobs that we necessarily like to see a lot of these are these kind of service industry hourly positions while these folks don't have if they do have health insurance they don't have particularly good health insurance they are what would be classified as under insured that's one issue also they can't really take time off so I live in talking to a number of economists are they talk about a lot of folks will get sick and they won't miss work to keep going and potentially spread the disease to other people and then people who do stay out and miss work they're looking at you know getting either fired or having their wages docked and they can't afford that the the Brookings Institution study that came out in January found out that forty four percent of all U. S. workers earn barely enough to live on the averages about eighteen thousand dollars a year or about ten dollars a little more than ten dollars an hour when you make that a lot of times and some of the less expensive cities around the country you can afford to live to kinda get by him to your day to day routine but you're not able to put savings away for a rainy day for a time when you get sick so you just try to barrel through and if you can't build through you end up missing work and then maybe you don't make certain payments and certainly you're not going out to eat you're not going to the game hanging out with your friends things like that that really keep the economy moving speaking with Dion rebel in markets editor at axial C. although also writes the axial markets newsletter this piece is called the next dominoes in the corona virus economy you reference to obviously the president trump mentioned he'd like to see something along the lines of a payroll tax cut or some of the relief is that's a a political possibility it it's a political possibility not a good one because right now with the president has talked about is he wants targeted tax relief force in these industries maybe a cut in the payroll tax and the Democrats have come come back and said Hey you know we're not even interested in talking about more tax cuts what they want to do is they want to do it on the spending side and it's just kind of this ideological Democrat versus Republican ideals and I spoke with economist Claudia Sahm forward this piece and what she said was the the real issue is that they don't seem to understand no one on Capitol Hill understands that what we need is just a big package that says Hey the government's got this we're behind you we're gonna authorize a lot of spending to make sure the economy stayed on course and the people get the money they need to keep
Los Angeles: 2020 NAACP Image Awards Winners
"Last night marking the fifty first annual N. double ACP image awards in Pasadena Liz named entertainer of the year blackish swept the T. V. awards repeat wins for outstanding comedy series as well as leading acting honors for Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross that wasn't all ABC sitcom also the best Supporting awards for Dion call in Marseille Martin Riana received the president's award for her philanthropic efforts around the globe we can only fix this world together
Atlanta Falcons likely to cut running back Devonta Freeman this offseason
"CBSSports dot com as an article talking about house bobbins running back with Montee Freeman who would it be a crap casual T. this is Jason but of the athletic reporting that the falcons are looking at potentially letting go of the running back with just a couple years ago signed a five year forty one point two five million dollar extension yes No guarantees left on his deal if you work cut it that would clear out three point five million dollars in twenty twenty cap space but it go you do it right with like the view wait long enough I should say as high as six and a half million dollars in terms of free cap space this off season I would be very surprised very surprised the fathers do not go ahead and let go of the Monte Freeman who would get had a really really great twenty sixteen and honestly not bad twenty seventeen as well the only missed two games twenty eighteen we played into and this year he played in fourteen two rushing touchdowns three point six yards per rush six hundred and fifty six for your this is not the type of numbers that you need from your number one right back I think you cut out the freemen and then if you do what we've been preaching here are ready might Marshall just that in my you're my producer you go get a running back Dion race with Jonathan Taylor JK Dobbins doesn't matter who you want of all the good running backs in the draft this year there's a bunch of them so spend your third round draft pick maybe spend a second round draft pick you're gonna have to get someone who's going to come right in and produced in the modern NFL there are very few positions we can come in and immediately ball out running back is one of the but you mean very rarely get a real star on the defensive line who's not a top three pick like you can get a good pass rusher well then he becomes a good pass rusher but you're one not a lot of flash corners a little bit if the wide receiver is very it be very rarely do rookie wide receivers absolutely ball out Odell Beckham junior is the only one in recent memory who has dominated since his rookie year office of line that yes they can play well quarterbacks yes they can play well but running back time and time again as rookies get out massive impacting sake one Barkley and I was his best your big bile Sanders who led the total I guess yards from scrimmage record by a rookie in twenty nineteen a huge upper Philadelphian get a running back like Sanders in the second round if you're at Lana and add instant impact going forward in the twenty twenty season I am okay with the report from the athletic chastened by that they are deciding on ten truly letting go of the body Freeman having it be a cap casualty I think that'd be the smart move by Arlen about and we appreciate Freeman radically to focus on getting better in terms of the running game because as your quarterback ages just like just like that rise doing still great still leak but aging you got to help me out with the running back with the patriots day was suddenly showing Tom Brady they had not gotten a hot first round draft pick the patriots had not been a first round draft going to running back I think ever I can't remember the last time is there a first round draft a couple years ago the first round Brady third age but he was shot in Georgia and its work but shells not super good he's not with the top five running backs in the league we could make an argument a top ten top twelve running back the opposite of policy with their aging quarterback in Matt Ryan go get a running back I don't care if it's Dobbins I don't care if it's Taylor I don't care if it's with any of those three will be just fine by need going for here and the twenty twenty season
Aceh's Wonder Woman: Cut Nyak Dhien
"Today's warrior fought to maintain the independence of her land holding her own against an enemy with seemingly endless resources her military leadership leadership and guerrilla tactics defied norms for an aristocratic woman at the time. Let's talk about cut knocked yet. You cut knocked. Yan was born in eighteen. Forty eight in ave a western province in modern day Indonesia. She was part of an aristocratic Islamic family at that time. Indonesia faced invasion and colonization from many countries including the Netherlands whose ships I arrived in the sixteenth at century in eighteen hundred the Dutch established a colony in the region called the Dutch. East indies the history of Dutch colonialism in the country is this complex in eighteen twenty four. The British turned over some of their colonized Indonesian territory to the Netherlands in exchange for the Dutch agreeing to respect act act as independence but with European colonialism. In full swing soon other powers began to surpass the Netherlands and threaten to take over the Dutch east indies at Shea was rich and resources like black pepper oil so in the early eighteen seventies. The Netherlands decided to try to expand their control control of Indonesia breaking the previous agreement with the British. The resulting war lasted decades. Uh cut knocked yen was living in a major city and was married to a well known ARISTOCRAT. She was widely liked and was well known for her beauty cut. Knack Dion wanted wanted to participate in the fight but her husband refused after his death. A leader in the guerrilla army asked cut yene to marry him. She agreed read but only on the condition that she could also lead armies against the Dutch cut knocked yen's acute military strategy culture. People hold their own. They fought with traps and ambushes while the Dutch struggled with more traditional tactics including naval attacks to try to gain the upper hand the achieved some some impressive victories including killing of one of the major Dutch generals. Cutting acting was dedicated to the fight. Even after her second husband died the conflict she continued to fight against the Dutch. The Achebe gained more sophisticated technology over the course of the war. But it didn't prove to be enough in nineteen o five. The Dutch caught the army by surprise captured. Act and senator into exile in West Java. They wanted to ensure sure that she couldn't reignite resistance in Indonesia cut knocked yen died three years later. Removing her as a leader proved to be a successful tactic though. Some forms of rebellion continued for a few years after knocked. Dan's death another Achebe Shea leader ultimately told his people to comply with the Dutch occupation though the campaign was unsuccessful. Cutting Act Yen story lives on and legend. There's even a nineteen eighty eight Indonesian movie based on her life
2 police officers shot at Walmart, suspect killed
"Com two police officers were heard earlier today in a suspect killed by police in the shooting in Arkansas Walmart the shooting happened inside a wal Morgan city Arkansas about eighty miles east of little rock the city's police chief Dion Lee says officers got a call from Walmart employees about a belligerent person in the store making threats kind of talk in others I was hit when police arrived the man allegedly shot two officers and was then shot and killed by police for city mayor surgery Williams with officers bravery a quick response many love sick it was say today both officers expected to survive Walmart stores across the country have boosted security since last summer's massacre at el Paso
A Sneak Peek of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival
"What is the wild and scenic film festival? It's it sounds like a bunch of hippies drinking up in Nevada Vada city. You're not wrong The Wild and scenic film festival is a opportunity for filmmakers and activists from around the world to come together to tell the stories that they care most about About protecting the environment. And this is your first podcast so low right you. You had all the equipment you went up you. You didn't know who you can exactly interview. What was it like Well it was exciting I did lose my phone with all the recordings on it for a period of about twelve of hours but luckily thanks to the The kind hearted people in Nevada city. I was able to get my my phone back with all these interviews. So crisis averted so Nevada city is like the heart of the like eighteen fifties goldrush right the forty niners that that's where everything happened is amazing when you go there because it looks looks like this old gold town. That's right it's it's right in the Sierra foothills in it it does look like and feel like in some ways that you're going back in time and and Melinda The Executive Director of the South you've ever citizens league tells us a little bit about Nevada city and history in the ways in which the Yuba river in particular has really shape the town cool so his Sarah talking with Melinda booth. Who's responsible for bringing this huge festival together every year? Uh So this film festival is now in its eighteenth year and it's an environmental an adventure film based festival here in Nevada city and Grass Valley California. So we're we're in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains about halfway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe and we had some beautiful snow last night. Blanketing our town. But it's sunny and melting and we're ready for the eight thousand people that are going to come to our small foothills town for this. Annual event. So South River Citizens League we affectionately refer to ourselves by our acronym circle was founded back in nineteen ninety-three and a bunch of concerned citizens came together when dams were proposed on the South Yuba River and they decided that's not what they wanted for the river in their community and they banded together and fought those dams over sixteen years. It was a sixteen year long fight but they were ultimately successful in protecting the river by by achieving California State designation for wild and scenic status for thirty nine miles to the south you bought which permanently protects it this community really is all about the Yuba River. It's an economic driver for us. It's a place of renewal. It's a place of recreation. It's habitat refuge. It's definitely one of the most scenic rivers in California cornea and you have these beautiful smooth granite boulders. You have these emerald waters you have deep pools. It's relatively warm in the summer and it's a magical place. There's more folks who enjoy the river naked than clothed but. Tell us a little bit about the film festival. I see that the Tagline is where activism gets inspired tired so back in nineteen ninety nine. One circled did achieve that wild and scenic status for the river they were to crossroads and decided You know they achieved what they set out to to do. And so then the question was okay well organization done. Did we reach our goal or is there more to do and they quickly realized that. Gosh there's so much more to do. Circles mission is to unite the community to protect and restore the river. And there's lots of work to be done year round so we're focusing on that mission throughout the entire watershed so from the headwaters waters up at sugarbush ski resort if people know the area that's near the headwaters all the way down to the confluence with the feather river in Marysville the founders of the film festival were very very forward thinking and realized if they could create something that could create a sustainable funding source to help the organization that would be a real help to achieving in our mission and so wild and scenic film festival was created. It was of course named after the win of wild and scenic status and it started as two nights heights and one venue back in two thousand and three and it's grown here in twenty twenty to take place in two towns. We have venues and grass valley and Nevada city. It's five days as we have ten film venues. We have activists workshops we have celebrations. We have virtual reality lounge. We have an environmental art exhibition. There's really a whole lot. Outgoing on does the film festival travel and are there ways for people that live elsewhere to enjoy the festival and enjoy these films. Yes so we kick it off every year in January January here in the foothills in Nevada city grass valley in January but then we hit the road and we take these films on tour so you might see a wild and scenic event near you we have about two hundred and fifty events annually reaching more than sixty five thousand people with these inspiring stories and you can search for an event in your area and if there's not one you can be a host so what we do which I think is really incredible. Is We're actually partnering with Environmental Organizations. Really any kind of organization who want it to host a festival in their area so that they can raise awareness for issues in their community and raise funds for the work that they're doing so it's a really cool partnership a way to get these films seen inspire more people and really Increase the groundswell for the environmental movement. As a whole I love that Can you give us an example or tells Tulsa story about maybe the most inventive or unusual way that people have brought the wild and scenic film festival to their community. I love it when people do outdoor screenings screenings. It's really great so we have some folks in Florida with their shoes off toes in the sand. Watch these films at night outside so one of the cool things about living in Sacramento obviously is the Sacramento River. And I've always had this dream of going being from reading down to the sea. One of the cool movies that you've got to see them super jealous about is cold the Sacramento at current speed and these guys go in that story story which is a teeny little boat and floated down and you go to catch up with them. Tell us about Tom and Mitch. Thomason mentor great to me. They really exemplify the film festival which his in many cases transforming what we might consider to be ordinary people. That didn't you know. Set their careers to be filmmakers or even necessarily activists who fell in love with place and wanted to tell that story to others. And that's exactly what happened with Mitch and Tom. They would go out occasionally with each other with their wives on the river and in came to be Really compelled by the river and wanting to protect it and so they made this film Which ended up winning the twenty twenty people's Choice Award a really beautiful film and Really Beautiful Film and story and I thought it was special to that. Of course the Sacramento River flows through Sacramento so we've paddled on it and Goes through the very place where a lot of decisions about water in the entire state are made so just a lot of Nice different connections with this one. Sara Fest Out Utah With Mitch Dion and then with Tom Bottles who made the Sacramento at current speed. Which won the People's Choice Award The wild and scenic Film Festival Mitch starts by explaining how the idea for the film was launched? A was just looking for a place to row my boat down a river. I Love Rivers. I really like my little dory boat and I live in truckee aunt kind of stumbled on the Sacramento as a place to do some overnight trips without having to drive halfway across the country to Utah. Colorado or Idaho so Several years ago my wife and I didn't overnight trip on a section of the upper for Sacramento where we through our bikes into the boats camped overnight and they invite the shuttle back up to the car and we had so much fun. And we were so enamored with with what we found down there that I started doing longer trips. and Um Tom and I done lots of adventures together. But we've never took advantage Jeff. Our professional lives. He's a videographer and has made lots of films so I started telling her friends. It's about the project down here on the Sacramento and Tom's ears perked up and he said found sounds very well. Maybe you should make a movie of IT and So just hopped in my boat and Loaded up with camera gear and some food and crackers and smoke cheese and took off below reading and Started in a two week journey down the SACRAMENTO Some of which I done before and below Qaluza all the way down into the Delta was was unknown unknown you. I know that people navigate this piece of river all the time but whether we could actually row it and make it out there we really have. I've no idea all heard that the winds were extreme down there that Might be a really difficult journey. And Good Luck. What is it that you wanted to share with people the Sacramento River? The big thing is this water belongs to all of us and people may not realize that it's public domain. It's the water is supposed has to be managed to use for the use that's most beneficial to the most number Californians and you know we know that's a simple concept and after after that everything gets really complicated because a lot of give and take in tug of war but we need to be wake watch. What's happening attention to what's going on Out there because it belongs to all of
HEAT Acquire Andre Iguodala
"He me while shaking up the roster with the addition of Andre Iguodala and others at the trade deadline they picked up forward jae Crowder and Solomon hill in the deal with Todd Dion waiters justise Winslow and James Johnson exit heat meanwhile are back on the hard wood tonight taking on the kings in sac
NBA Trade Deadline Round-Up
"The NBA trade deadline comes and goes to some big names on the move as a warrior ship the actual wrestling to others the timber wolves ranger weekends in a first and second round draft picks meanwhile the Knicks dealing Marcus Morris the clippers in a three team trade with the wizards as I said Thomas also had cell eight or more heart was in the first round to go to New York Washington getting drawn Robinson elsewhere the Cavaliers have finalized a deal for the NBA's leading rebounder Andre Drummond for the pistons John Henson Brandon knight in a second round pick finally the Andrea dollar tree is done as a grisly shift Etienne to others to Miami justice Winslow Dion waiters and James Johnson on the enforcement that's your Bloomberg NBC world sports
Report: Wizards trading for Shabazz Napier, whom Nuggets just traded for
"The wizards of jail guard Jordan McRae to Denver ship for ship bass Napier the date years averaging ten points with five assists per game for the nuggets McRae's was netting twelve points a game for the Wiz earlier Golden State agrees to send d'angelo Russell to Minnesota for Andrew awakens in a pair of draft picks Miami gets entering what dollars Solomon hill NJ crowded from Memphis for Dion waiters justise Winslow and James
"dion" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"Such a compliment. Thank you so much and you're still crying. I'm I'm I tried to pull myself together and then I looked at the tour dates and saw the The day here in my area it would be my son's twenty first birthday and then I started crying all over again. I'm like okay. God help me out here. Sorry the video that you did that. You released the courage video. Wow I of all the things I've ever seen you do and I've been playing music since you started since David Foster. I brought your music to me a long long time ago of all the things. I've I've seen you do and I don't know how many times I saw you in Vegas and Salim. That video is so powerful and so beautiful. Oh thank you thank you so very much. I really appreciate it. I read a review. Some author said Salim. Dion has moved on from her heartbreaking loss. And I WANNA I wanNA call this person. Say you don't move on when you lose the person that is your world you never move on. You learned to coexist with the pain. But you don't move on. Well I think you move on in a way that you try to live with them differently. You don't move on. I mean it's only depends the way that you see and you hear and you Won The meaning of the word itself. it's like we some people say A new chapter of a book or a new book or turn to page. I mean I had to move on to not Saab every day for the sake of my children. I'm a single mom. I still love to sing for my fans. I have to show them. Courage I have to show them independence. I have to show them everything that I in my power to tell them that to stand for themselves and they have a voice and they have inner strength and has three boys three boys and two of them just had your twins just had a birthday recently Yes actually my twins. They just turned nine years old. So you move on in a way that You just learn how to live differently with the person that's not next to you but he's in with with within you within you within your boys. He's Yeah Nice. See Rene through the eyes of my children every day. There's such adorable. The the twins are so adorable and Charles rene-charles handsome young man. Yes he has a girlfriend. Yeah I know I know. I don't know who you you know. You know some. I mean some kids today. They're thirteen years old that they had already have girlfriends. While you think about that. Yeah I don't I don't let my eighteen years old and And he has a wonderful girlfriend at and she's beautiful and she's she's so good with him and she's so good with the twins and you know it's like I i. I want him to to find love. I want him. I mean it doesn't mean that they'll get married and that's going to be the to together for the rest of their lives. Which the same time it's like you hope but at the same time lets enjoy life and discover and spread your wings and but at the same time. It's like when you want to know if the person is is nice as much. Because she's she's pretty outside he comes inside out and you know like not too long ago she was. She came home and she she she got. Rc No outside with the twins. She brought Pumpkins and then she said come on. Come on I see what you do this. It's your brother. And let's go. And there were carving Bumpkins and they were playing basketball. I'm saying to myself. Oh my God I would have asked him to carve pumpkins with his brother. Say Mom come on a best. The age of doing dad know I'm not doing that. You know the girlfriend mentions a girlfriend. She said No. No no no no no. We're doing this come. We can do this you know. Come on they're gonNA make GonNa make them so happy. They love you so much all my good and she bud them sweaters and they. That's the only sweater that they they wear now so they basically basically My three boys are in love girlfriend. It sounds like all three of them are in love with her. Takes all three of them? Which took a shortcut. I don't know if you remember many years ago I came to see you in Vegas and Your oldest son. Our see was a baby and was back in the dressing room and I got to hold him and play with him after year performance and he was such a happy happy baby and now you're going on tour. That was when that was many years ago. You're going on tour now. Are The boys touring with you? Are they staying at home? They've always been with me. They've always been touring with me. It's the first time actually that I did not bring my children first of all my son. My three children are home schooled. My son has a girlfriend and he didn't really wants to go on tour. It was heartbreaking but at the same time I have to tell you that destroyed the way that it's been Arranged is that we don't usually we base. We're going based I two months. Three months In one hotel in one city in one country and then I will take the plane and I will just like travel back and forth. But this this time is like one show after. Show the airplane next the next day. I mean it's one show when they opened joined a up on your when they often show a day. I mean I don't want to drive my my kids I say. Oh my God. My mother was in show business. We did not have a life now. I want them to go to school. Do Experiment and and go play basketball and go swimming and they loved their teacher and and it's Ok that we miss each other a little bit because when I come home it's so intense. It's so beautiful. It's just amazing. And you know we skype. And they don't. They're so happy and busy they don't even have to. Hi How are you good good? I did a good show. Yes and we're reading now. A book and We want to show you because it's a four hundred and thirty five stages and I'm like are you kidding me and I am like them and they're like so proud. Send me pictures. So you know what Debbie mom gotta go gotta go because we have to a project we have a surprise for you buy we love you. They don't even have time to talk to me. You know what it makes me feel good knowing that they're good. If my kids are good I can go on stage and do my my singing and have a good time with my fans because that my kids are well taken care of. The godmother is my sister Linda for my three children. I know they're in good hands their home. They're safe and I miss them of course but you know the hardest thing to do that. Sometimes you have to. What's what's the best for them. It's not just you what's good for me. Only keep them with me all the time but they need to learn and they need to. It's hard because you you try to teach them how to fly but you never want them to take off so it's like it's very difficult but you know what I really. I don't have a hard time because I know they have in the last right now so you you are giving them routes so that they know that they are grounded and you're giving them wings to fly the the apple. The apples did not fall far from the trees. Because the Munchkins of mine they love music. They dress up every day de love fashion. They play all the time Kerry. Okay here we go on on my Gosh. You should see they send me pictures. I'm like are they serious? They're they're dressing up to go to bed and I'm telling my sister it's okay. It's who cares. It's fine good boys. They fall asleep atop had like a big big hat and a cowboy boots and like a a pink went off at who can't and then when they fall asleep she dress them and makes them more more comfortable but when they watch a movie they want to be the character. You should see their closet to get dressed. If you think I have close. They have closed selene. Your an amazing mother. I love the fact that you encourage your children to find and follow their own creative pathways. When we come back I want to spend a few minutes talking about the song imperfections which really resonated with me but right now we need to pause for this important message an it career at Ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join DDAT FOR CHALLENGING AND IMPACTFUL. Work that advance. Your career apply now at GD dot com slash careers ged's Community and faith are both essential..
"dion" Discussed on LOVE SOMEONE with Delilah
"Such a compliment. Thank you so much. And you're still crying. I'm I'm I tried to pull myself together and then I looked at the tour dates. And saw the The day here in my area it would be my son's twenty first birthday, and then I started crying all over again. I'm like. Okay, God. Help me out here. Sorry the video that you did that. You released. The courage video, wow! I of all the things I've ever seen you. Do and I've been playing music since you started. Since David Foster. I brought your music to me a long long time ago. Of all the things I've I've seen you do and I don't know how many times I saw you in Vegas. And Salim. That video is so powerful and so beautiful. Oh thank you. Thank you so very much. I really appreciate it I. Read a review. Some author said Salim Dion has moved on from her heartbreaking loss, and I wanNA I wanNA. Call this person say you don't move on when you lose the person that is your world. You never move on. You learned to coexist with the pain, but you don't move on well. I think you move on in a way that you try to live with them differently. You don't move on. I mean it's only depends the way that you see and you hear and you Won. The meaning of the word itself It's like we some people say a new chapter of a book or a new book or turn to page I mean. I had to move on to not. Saab every day. For the sake of my children I'm a single mom, I still love to sing for my fans I have to show them courage. I have to show them. Independence I have to show them. Everything that I in my power to tell them that to stand for themselves. And they have a voice and they have inner strength. and has three boys, three boys, and two of them just had your twins just had a birthday recently? yes, actually, my twins! They just turned nine years old, so you move on in a way that You just learn how to live differently with the person. That's not next to you, but he's in with with within you. Within you within your boys. He's Yeah Nice See. Through the eyes of my children every day there's such adorable. The the twins are so adorable and Charles rene-charles such a handsome young man. Yes, he has a girlfriend. Yeah I know I know, I don't know who. You you know you know some I. Mean some kids today. They're thirteen years old they they already have girlfriends. while. You think about that. Yeah, I don't I. Don't let my. Eighteen years old and And he has a wonderful girlfriend at. And she's beautiful and she's. She's so good with him, and she's so good with the twins and you.
Restoring earthquake-hit power plant in Puerto Rico could take a year
"Of Puerto Rico remains without power today as the US territory recovers from its most powerful earthquake in more than a century. NPR's Greg Allen reports a major power plant remains off line because of severe quake damage that Puerto Rico's power authority told El Nuevo Dion newspaper paper repairing the damage that the coast sewer plant which provides power to about a quarter of the island's customers will take at least a year. The six point four magnitude earthquake struck early Tuesday Newsday with the largest impact in town on the southern part of the island. More than two thousand people spent the night in government run shelters other slept outside rather than risk being caught indoors wars in another aftershock. President trump approved federal emergency funding for Puerto Rico but it doesn't include money for temporary housing or rebuilding facilities damaged in the
"dion" Discussed on Front Burner
"She was pretty ubiquitous. I lived in Montreal at the time. And so you are particularly exposed And I'd always had a kind of instinctive rejection of for music and so I wanted to to explain why I had that reaction and to try and understand what her fans were appreciating about her and the book looks at Kerr in many ways to figure that out but also looks at how taste works in general to figure that out and that all made sense up until about three or four years ago ago when the idea that celine dion was ever something that people were ashamed to like more that there she was ever a divisive figure gear suddenly became rendered absurd in and this grand cultural consensus arose. That she is the best. And everybody's always thought so. And who who would it'd be so crazy as to have any problem with Cillian deal in many ways in many ways my book now feels like it's terms have been inverted and a future future civilizations will look at it and go what was this man doctoring about but you weren't alone You weren't alone in two thousand seven in sort of feeling like Selena. Sort of like the over the top schmaltzy artists. That was that was kind of the consensus of the time it was get. It was conventional wisdom and particularly you know if you look at the way that she was often represented in the press and in the media the kind of snooty reaction to her was was pretty typical and in the book. I have pages and pages of examples of just terrible insults that people all directed at her for decades and yet that's all turned around for for a variety of reasons. Partly I think for things that have happened happened in the culture and also things that I have happened with her now even then you saw the Renaissance Aline de Oncoming and here. We are thirteen years later. Is it playing the way that you fight body would. It's different than I thought I imagined you know. There's a cycle that culture goes through where usually after the twenty years after the time that something was been famous and usually big and famous and divisive the edges. All soften you know and we look back and we see somebody more as a representative of that time period and memories of what the culture was like at that time. And you know if you think about ninety late nineties ninety s culture the differences between Celine Dion Smash Mouth. Don't feel like they're that important. They kind of sound similar now in a way that would have been impossible. Multo Imagine Ben but I think there's more than that I think that because of the way that she's seized on this kind of new phase for life you know partly beginning through those Las Vegas residencies which was kind of a whole new model of how to sort of manager mid-career and then the biggest transformation took place three years ago when her long long time husband and manager. Andrew Lill died And you know this was her like quarter-century older husband who started managing her when she was a teenager with children of his own Was Sheepish to admit he you've been seeing someone twenty six years younger. The couple would marry in Nineteen ninety-four Montreal's knuckle down basilica a lavish ceremony with a star-studded guest list and so her whole career had been under the ages of his aesthetics and his decisions and as much as you know. She's made very clear. How broken up? She is and heartbroken over his death at the same time. She's clearly seized the opportunity to be in command of her own pather career and year-by-year more and more we've been seeing her sort of performing coming her enjoyment of this stage of her life in this kind of real kind of middle aged liberation in a lot of ways and people are responding to that. I want to talk a little bit about that because I think the way that we think about How Rene Chronic crafted? Her career is to be this capital desert of diva an I and now she seems to be having a lot of fun with that. Yeah I think that you know. Lin- came from a very old fashioned Quebecois showbiz culture the the way that people often refer to the divisions that there was kind of a division between the Sean to kind of tradition in Quebec. which is the more sort of serious-minded singer-songwriter are often very politicized nationalist cadet culture and then on the other side a kind of longer-standing older kind of variety show tradition? You know that people like the undo frame would represent which was much more of a sort of deavere kind of champagne and Tuxedos and gowns kind of world and and when it represented that end of it and so that's sort of what he brought selene into big outfits and big hair shiny lights and and that's what when translated over into a more worldwide and especially sort of English language debut. She ended up being very tied to kind of Hollywood or Broadway. kind of sense of what a diva is like and fitting into that kind of more old fashioned world really you know she collaborated with streisand as somebody like a couple of generations younger than streisand. In a way that nobody else in the nineties would have done atn very few..
"dion" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Just in from Houston for Celine Dion a justin. What's your question? Komo my gosh. I'm so frigging out right now. My question is would ever consider getting remarried. and Are you currently dating. You're supposed to ask one question. I don't date I don't have a boyfriend and you know it doesn't mean that I will not find someone in my life if I do. That would be great if I don there will be because I'm still in love. I mean once Austrian love so much you know I've been living all my life with Rene is still within me. I see him through the as of my children every day. I'm so passionate about life and I'm so lucky to have my three beautiful sons That's beautiful I keep everything it. I'm not looking for that. Something that happens that you feel that comes in you feel and right now. It's it's if I would have someone on in my life. I would tell you because of an open book all my life but if I do I'll come back I'll talk to you about surprised about the tabloid rumors that so you were dating your best friend. I was not surprised. No I was not surprised is just that because we're best friends we're in show business and the tabloids this industry is made for that. Oh that's the way that best friends hold hands. uh-huh is my best friend and we have a good time together. It feels like today you cannot have a man holding your hand. Hand with anything about him is building as they go out together. They started things until said he. He's gay he's not my gay. Calm down right not trying to hide. Here everything's cool but we can hold hands go to the movies and restaurants people the great thing is you have. The great thing is that you're one of those people that everyone always roots for and everyone always always wants you to be happy and and roots for your happiness and so i. I love the answer that you gave. Let's go from Philadelphia. Hey Liz which question for Selene Dion on the courage store is coming to your city and all over the world next year. Hi Andy Hi Selene. Such a huge fan. I'm so excited to be talking to you. I can't wait free to come to Philly and February. I'm so excited we'll see you there. My question is what was your reaction when you found out. Barbara was in the bathroom. When you performed her song at the Oscars Alpha Real? Was it for you to later. Record your own let let me let me. What would you found out? How did you find out? She was in the bathroom. I mean people talk people talk. People people talk talk. Talk Talk Talk Barbra. STREISAND is one of the most amazing singer. Yes okay and your Sober actress on. I just love her so much and she's got she's got stage fright and I'm like Oh my God Barbara Ryan having a stretched stagefright is like while you don't be scared honey. You're perfect okay. But she's scared. So that's the reality so when she was nominated they've asked Natalie cold fortunately of their Natalie coal to perform and she got sick and she got sick and they asked you the day before they before they asked me to. And I said I've heard the song but I don't Song by heart and we said okay. I'm going to do it if I can have a stand with the sheet of the lyrics in the song and some people said that that she left to go to the bathroom. Maybe she didn't feel good. Maybe her bladder was full or maybe she she regretted. I don't know I don't want to talk on her behalf. I don't know I cannot say anything. Criticize and say yeah. She went to the bathroom. She issue she did people are but maybe she didn't feel good and what came out of the two of you did a duet. Yeah and you know what I love to using her song I love doing I just. I'm just smoke. Whether sh- she left the building or went to the bathroom or she she she regretted not doing it. At the end of the day I just hope that she's happy about the way that I signed herself. Well she was happy about cheap. Youtube recorded the great duet. Got Out more than me not more than you now. Amazing we had a great. She invited me at her house. We had dinner. And did you go to the mall. Downstairs yes gas at amazing. And that's why I keep everything yes you do. That's good you still have the backwards succeed. Oh yes I wanNA know. When you're performing at the halftime show at the Super Bowl? You sang before but I mean we are ready for this to happen would you. WHO's ready? The world is ready. Would you would you be into it I think so. Yeah but they I'm. I'm waiting for the day. Ask Well I don't have a phone you don't know if on comm incoming editor James James Courage out now. The world's tour you're going through September. Twenty twenty wow I feel era as whereas my heartbeat. Now it's the uncut as astor's Selene unbelievable walk. Let's go to the phones Jonathan from DC. Jonathan what's your question for Celine Indian. Oh my God Selena Gone I love you so much and I have loved you ever since I was eight years old. And I use to steal my mom's titanic. CD TO LISTEN INTO MY heart will go on on. Repeat all night while I slept and I'm so excited to see your show in DC. This march. I wasn't able to come in Vegas but now I would like to think that it's all coming back to me now and I'm so anyway my question to you is what were you most nervous about. Going toe to toe with the Retha during your divas his live performance. and was there ever a moment where you wanted to retreat to the backup singers and left her thing. There's been so much conversation about that performance. Formats were you were you when you were up there. What what was your attitude? And what was your first of all before the show. Yeah I read has asked everyone to cut the AC in the building. Yes I agree okay because this is like an instrument that you were them up and all that up and is reasons for that and lately people keep their studios pretty cold. This other reasons for that. That's okay I mean she's Okay Queen assault the quiz also. CUT THE AC please. Would you thank you not not now right now. Thank you and She comes to the code and everything just could the AC. She's hot that's it but the thing is that all the stylist all had are like whenever whenever I go. Whatever you call it trailer outside and every style is knocked on everybody's artists door and say would just like to know? What do you think you're going to wear tonight because we don't want to wear the same call same dress said all? You don't have to worry because we're not. I'm going to wear a dress. We're wearing pants and they weren't like so. That was my second time. Yes controversial you know like the opposite that nipple were expecting wearing a gown interesting so I said No. I'm going for with pans and a long coat. Little Pink insight and all that but the thing is that I for me for me it was like I was anxious. I was not nervous. I was feeling very proud. That asked me to join all those amazing artists. And like I said before before I was saying to myself when it's my line when it's my turn I'm stepping forward and I'm going to be one on. Would her. We're going to die. I'm going to do it with Aretha Franklin and you're GONNA you're not gonNA build it up. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah not to take over I I did you hear from her. After did you have any did she. Did she enjoy the performance with you know. Did you have any sense after that. We took a picture. Yeah I remember that she was like in this small little room and everybody wants so much of everyone and you. You have to feel that in Slyke. She's she's now she was not getting any younger and she's worked so hard and and you don't want to abuse of that time and all that and I said can I have sort of course I took in for me. It's so something treasury ashes of of course and Anyway so it was. It was a moment that I will never forget. Because I'm grateful to have been there for that Greg de email email. Did you ever hear about the ANCESTRY DOT COM report. That said you are related to Justin Bieber of the two of you ever talked about this. Listen to have since I'm related to everybody. Everybody everybody's things I'm related to. Everybody caller what's your name and from where Elwood's Alex from Massachusetts. Hey Alec what's your question for Celine Alenia on. Hi Andy and Selena. I love you. I'M GONNA take my mom to see you next month to celebrate her finishing chemo. And we can't wait. Yeah we're very excited. So he's so much coming and please give her a big kiss for me. Lots of lots of strength okay. Lots of strength thanks. A lot of courage So how on earth did you hit that high note all by myself I self. And what was the toughest part of recording that song. Well first of all. It was a very surprising notes for me because because previous weeks before I recorded that Song David Foster calls me and I was. Montreal was in California and Malibu and and He calls me and he said Celinda mine too. Because I'm doing I'm putting the song together all by myself and he said I'd like to know which key we should go for so so I go to the basement. I don't play piano can hit one key and it was like okay which I think I I said David I think that's pretty cool. Yep I think we got it okay thank you bye good luck thank you so much. I can't wait. I arrived to the studio. He says as you'RE GONNA you're GonNa Freak is so amazing but he said I have a little surprise for you and I'm like Oh okay and if the track was young and it's starting it's so it's so beautiful and he said wait at the bridge. I did a little something and then the key that we you have agreed on. He changed it to a key and a half for the modulation he was I was like. Is that the final key. That finishes is the key that we chose right now. He says it's a key and a half higher but I said David. How could you do staff right if you can't do it? There's other singers ooh and that's all I needed to hit the note. Yes I'M UH-HUH TORONTO. Last call that I very quickly. We have time for one more quick..
"dion" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I'm sure oh you did. I want something that night. I address you. You are in an evening at the net charity event in ninety three looking floral. That's very kind of you for saying that but this one can come Your shoes at the grammys ninety. Four what what is that. You know what that's not me first of all I don't I don't think it's me. She doesn't think it's her. Every moment at the world music awards. I liked that it looks like I assumed myself. Yes all right here. You are in too late tax in ninety six. Oh well it was not latex. Okay what was it looks like it. It was just a very tight paying. Yeah Yeah me too. I Love I keep it. I'm keeping your serving body at the billboard music awards in two thousand and three. When I were that I really pushing my luck because you can see and what was trying to say prove show all in the above but you know what when I decided to do something I assume it and I keep it? I love this nineteen ninety nine you made headlines all over the place in your backward suit turn box keeping that right. Oh my goodness. Everybody was wearing gowns. Yes but I feel feel that I was the rare one. Put It this way wearing pants on a red carpet us and the people thought I made a mistake because I was late and I put the jacket Reverse stupid and I'm keeping. Aw thank you very much okay. Let's go to the phones.
"dion" Discussed on Directionally Challenged
"And we are directionally challenged. I mean most of the time. We're actually challenge. But it's especially bad today is it is so bad today. I mean we thought we'd have everything together by the time winner thirties and we woke up today. And we don't and we don't definitely don't but I also feel there are elements out of our control that are also affecting it. But what do you think i. I don't know you know. My Day started with a dog vomiting all over the back of my car while my toddler was also back there. So you know you would think it could only go uphill from there but it just kind of gets a little crazier yeah. There's there are many many factors that contributed to today and including during our interview with Dion. Lim who we have on the podcast today. She's incredibly amazing. She but during that interview the power went out. Yep so you'll hear that as well but that's okay because Dion Lim is an Emmy Award winning news anchor for ABC in San Francisco. She's also a public speaker and a communications expert. So if anyone knows how to roll with the punches it is definitely Dion Lam and she is here to talk about her new book. It's called make your moment. The Savvy Woman's communication playbook for getting the success you want and that is what we need today Dion Land we do and you know. She has an awesome quote in her book. As women we are constantly told to speak up lean and be a bad ass. We absolutely absolutely should we must but we have to execute these things in the right way and that is what I love about her book. She has all these things talking about how we should execute communication Haitian. When is a time candice that you completely botched something that you thought you would absolutely kill? I mean for me. It's not so much that I feel like I've completely -pletely botched something. I get a lot of anxiety like social anxieties. I mean say a lot on this podcast. Don't meet your heroes and that's really just for me 'cause usually whenever I do it it goes horribly wrong Because I stick my foot in my mouth or like I my favorite was Back in Atlanta When we were still filming Vampire Empire Diaries One of our co workers had been doing a play with a really successful actor and We were all going out to dinner like a big group of us us. And so I was chatting with this actor and And they just so happen to like work on shows that I really loved rather trying to like keep it cool and he was like. Oh so would you guys do today and I like oh I went to a movie and it was like which one I said the name of the movie and I was like it was like so bad. Was He in it. Yeah Yeah that's my movie. You just didn't put two and onto together no because also everyone was talking about how bad the movie was okay. Maybe we'll suicide squad okay. So who was the actor. I don't WanNa say it does just a general actor in the movie suicide squad and Mel is really biting her lips right now. I did personally. Didn't enjoy the movie and I wasn't trying to be offensive but then that was kind of the end of the Congress in mouth experience. How do you like come back from that? I don't like to actually just kidding. Like that was is just like the review. I haven't written my full review yet. I was just trying to get no it. Was it that that's usually what happens like when I get intimidated. I say the wrong thing so I'm excited to have dion here today because I don't I am that person who will hide out at parties. Like you kind of see I. I'm a corner Gal I do yeah. Candice is more comfortable on the cool kids corner which is awesome. And I'm Kinda be bopping around the party. I always love it because I know exactly where you'll be the whole night so I can come check in and anytime. I don't don't know what what else to do. I'm like oh I can go back to my safe zone but you guys. Dion has so many great tips to success and her book is fantastic so without further ado. Let's just get straight into it with Dion theon limb and we are here Dion Lim. We're so excited to here with us today. This has been a long time coming. I mean I kind of reached out like months and months and months ago there was no physical book. I think I had a postcard which was super lame. And I emailed it to your producers minnows. It's not like okay. Hail Mary. Let's see what happens. Well we're so excited to have you here now. You actually do have a book. Make your moment. The Savvy Woman's communication playbook book forgetting the success you want. This book is good. Oh the lot that everyone can utilize when no matter where you are in your life. I mean we have been through so so many different work situations and I wish I had read this because I would have handled them really differently. You know something though all of the mistakes that I made and maybe you share the same. All the mistakes that you made in a prior life actually really helped shape who you are today so take it for the win very true. Let's talk about how you grew up because I love how you reference your Mama's Tiger Balm then your your dad also didn't necessarily know how to relate tune Americanized teenager boat. was that like. It was so strange because in in a way even though I had an older brother I have an older brother it was almost like I was an only child because my parents grew up super strict. I mean it was all about studying and work nonstop because that was the way to success. Keep your head down and your nose clean. And that was the formula. But that's not how rehired is so any any boy problems any drama at school not my parents problem for them. It was just focus on academics. You should just figure out the rest yourself and you don't have have a mentor or someone to go to and that was really challenging. Where are your parents from? Oh my mom's from Taiwan and my dad's from Hong Kong. Yeah and then were you born here. I was born in Midland Michigan and I think we were probably one of only a handful of Asian people in our neighborhood and I remember people had thrown eggs at my parents windows. It was I mean we forget living in California what it's really like in other parts of the country and you talk about bringing pork buns the school in your lunchbox and how everyone else may be had peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and so being different wasn't necessarily celebrated and but that really drove you to try A.. And grow and work really hard to become successful woman that you are today. -solutely fantastic thank you. Imagine going to school or we're going to work and bringing food and then having people ask. Is that Panda Express. Is that Campbell's chicken noodle soup but it looks funny. What do you say and that is is one of the examples? I use of needing to really figure out how to respond. Because you know of course in your six year old brain your fifteen year old brain your twenty year old brain. Your your instinct is to immediately snap or to do those knee-jerk reactions which as we've now learned don't always solve the problem. Did your parents prince give you any advice. At that time I guess not at six years old at six years old. They're just comforting new. I'm sure trying to figure out what to say. But is there any moment that sticks out where they were trying to guide you through that or are they trying to figure it out for themselves as well okay. There was no comfort in this house. It was more like you know in elementary school in the United States. If you skin skin your knee and you fall down to the playground you get an ice pack at the nurse. Might maybe your nurse will give you some candy. No no no no no I remember. I stuck my finger in a Bagel and sliced my finger and and there was no comfort. My Mom said figure it out. You'll be fine and here. I am as a child so I had to navigate all of it myself and oftentimes I would reach out out to people. I probably shouldn't have. And that's how he learned about feedback and how I learned about getting advice from others and how you know you really have to be careful with how you accept feedback back in how you seek guidance and in this you talked about standing up for ourselves in the right way which I think is really key because we're always told to stand up for ourselves but then there is a right and a wrong way. Can you expand on that for our listeners who we have lots of goods and that's been a lot of the fun too. Is that people get to see. See the behind the scenes. Because I mean everyone's seen anchorman right. Stay classy San Diego. Yeah you know what. That's actually one of the good examples that I'm gonNA give you that. I stole my a anchor. My Co anchors tagline and I've had many co anchors so I shall not name which one on this one was you know maybe mid way through my career so far and boy to a male co anchor. This particular one the tagline. was everything everything so as you can imagine. Let's say it was. That'll be a dead giveaway. You would murder me and stolen and then in front of everyone. It was just an accident because you can't trademark goodbye right. He said how dare you say that. How dare you take my words? I thought to myself itself. Oh well I didn't know you own the trademark to good night so here I am in front of all of these people feeling humiliated because of course I'm the youngest out of everyone there so I'm already feeling intimidated. And I decided to deploy something but I call gloss and go where I love it and we're not talking about the loss. I thought we were going. We could but really I just glossed it over. I told a funny story and go meaning I just kept on talking about something totally different. I did a hard right turn and believe it or not because everyone else is thinking the same thing that this man baby is having a Tantrum that they're of course not going to play into it either either so they just want to get the heck out of Dodge and talk about something else I give up. You're only as good as your last newscast hassle. Just keep on going. We've lost him gloss. Going just turned off. We remember what we what the last no. I think. We're practicing it right now where you are living in a gloss and go okay so but the you you don't WanNa feed into the chaos that someone might bring into you or feed into the electricity suddenly just going off in the middle of this guy. So what I know about becoming a news anchor. I've have learned everything from a movie called up close and personal. Yeah that's about it. Did you always know that you wanted to be news. Anchor is something you aspired to be. Yeah great great question. Yes and no so of course growing up in this very traditional Chinese household it was all about math and science and chemistry and being an attorney all things that I have no no interest in whatsoever and I also realized I was not the best student in school. I am still not the smart. Smartest the brightest or the most skilled and I realized I really enjoyed learning about other people's lives because I found my life to be so boring and uninteresting and had such bad self esteem. So how cool. Who Was it? The opportunity to then learn about other people's stories than share them with the world and for me. I also learned how to speak proper English by watching. ABC's twenty twenty. Twenty with Hugh downs and Barbara Walters. So like all these kids at my school were watching saved by the bell and shows like that and here. I am watching the news. It does feel like it's come full circle you now working at ABC mom was one tiger. Mom feel extremely proud of you because now she watches you. It's it's so cool. She's actually in Connecticut. And she streams all of my newscasts. She has not missed one of them with the time difference. If I'm anchoring the eleven o'clock newscast she will stay up to the wee hours of the morning. Wow Yeah. And that's her way of communicating that she does love me because even though she has that tiger mom in her still where she's never actually he said those three words to me not naming. I love you because she was actually given away as a child. Because being a girl in Communist China you know you're not welcome. She was given away to another family so she never had that love and that type of atmosphere and was never taught to nurture correct..
"dion" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Negative Wingspan Dillon Brooks with a big night. I'd like to see that the Pelicans have bad. Yeah like all this this post-season top boy. Oh boy. I'll you Muslim both in on this. I don't wish Pelicans you were to. I was in on them up till I don't remember being still very on on them when Zion was out at the beginning of the year. Boy The hair three and by the rockets and I don't know if the rocket good no now although I saw some pointed out like hardens horrific shooting numbers like just dog shit to start the air. But but he's still averaging thirty seven so what what's he gonNA average when he finds his is median. Ninety Ninety. Yeah I know. It's a horrifying thought exercise to have. I think we're GONNA take the fall on these necessarily his fault. But I do think he's GonNa take the fall. I don't know if anyone's paying attention to the PELICANS becauses has ions out like Ingram. Didn't even play tonight right now. He was out. But that's the thing but when you do look at them say hey they've still got all those other guys if they were going compete. It wasn't GonNa only because it was going to be because all these other veteran guys. Yeah and he has been playing. It's been killing a day or two in about about to be eight so now it's like Zion comes back it's like all right. They're ready to make some noise and you look up and say other. They're ten and thirty one when he came back. He's it's not looking particularly great. Run with a lot of young players. risque et can be troublesome. There's no two ways about it going back to dodge though another young player player he's He's twenty four more months which feels horrifying But they also said that this was his eighth twenty five point game of the season so far and that no maverick ever ever had ever had eight twenty five point games through their first ten games at any other big four. Take that was like dodger GonNa continue to have outrageous stats throughout his career. I would so go out on a limb and assume that That one so like strikes me is the first most outrageous one and I had someone tweet me like dark. Always always Cook January through April dark always cooked. That's that's that's what dark did dirk cooked here but it was literally a whole summer. He didn't touch a basketball man. Man Can never happen now he he got a warm his way up. I guess it's just he didn't get bidding. Just get like a lucky soft scheduled to start. The air. Never know lose. Playing Chris. Webber was like sixteen six thirteen power. Four back then or no often is back then it was like a boy Garner Dunkin Malone Shit Chef tomorrow Christ I am tired or no the.
"dion" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"The way that we have set it up which is i like to think was pretty innovative when we started back in two thousand ten <hes> in aerospace and and we had proved that <hes> with e._a. As as working process of well how are we can't have you guys out in the field with all of his stuff. Setting up was one of their concerns <hes> and so <hes> we got creative in and came up with the process that worked for e._a. And for the environment that it is <hes> so that we could do it in a very short window of time time and get everything good to go yeah. That's actually brought up a good point. I forgot that we do we arrivals and departures between the daytime show in the nighttime show see you can't be setting up then have a box for that correct so yeah so <hes> you say that you're renting or leasing leasing. These trucks is it. Is it just a to does anybody ever raise an eyebrow when they when they see the name of the business or saying. I need some semis as in don't worry they're just going to be full to overflowing with explosives than ever concern. I you know i think one of our one of our sources for trailers actually aid likes the idea because he his trailers are a little bit older. I you know we we have to be insured right so but the more you want plausible. Deniability right is wrong but <hes> we we have to be honest with our our providers right and they know what we do <hes> and <hes> they're comfortable with it. We the way we set it up because we also don't want to set fire to a you know a fifteen fifteen twenty thousand dollar trailer right and we have that times five locations so we we don't wanna do that so we we employ protocols to to deal with that that and that's that's a part of totally more in depth process. That's not quite as exciting as putting the fireworks in the sky but <hes> they're. They're comfortable with him. Uh-huh and we we keep those gone so and how big is your <hes>. How big is your crew that you bring how many people we do need to be working under you to get this all to happen for one of our performances so if we take out the done deal effect that we did this year which were coming too soon <hes> our normal display that we do here is about twenty five <hes> people that we have involved that that put their hands on the project from packing the product <hes> after i've selected it all out <hes> packing it up and prepping it to pulling equipment to <hes> logistics of getting everything down here <hes> and then also being on site to to terminate the shelves and and support the show <hes> about twenty five people consistently <hes> with the done deal effect. We needed about an additional dozen people to to support that in and of itself so this year we exceeded over thirty thirty five people now when you're talking about the done deal dennis dunbar dion deal. Yes sir the done deal. A great name should be trademarked that was dennis is a phrase as he claimed that was our top secret <hes> skunkworks right so what you're saying is <hes> you did. All of the work created something something that that we need to describe here for those that weren't here but something that i have never ever seen before in my life something something amazing and then daynuss came along and put his name on on half of it. Is that a is that a fair right well. It takes you know to to do something like that is was new and exciting and hadn't been in done before and then we're choosing to showcase it here. <hes> if you will at air adventure in a very technically complex environment <hes> dennis had instill a lot of trust trust and so did the oshkosh fire department which i must say the oshkosh fire department is a first class fire department and we are lucky here <hes> for us and i think for air venture. I just have to give them that shout because they were significant enough making that possible well. That's great to hear. Obviously we've got a good strong close relationship with all of our first responders and a number of other local agencies that we we couldn't do the event without them. And of course i'm just giving dennis a little bit of a hard time not in the room to defend himself too but so the done deal <hes> <hes> i would describe it as like the top of a mushroom cloud like a giant fireball that i i just you run out of words. I have honestly never seen anything like it. In person i never want to see it outside of entertainment certainly <hes> <hes> but it was a it was a roiling ball of fire that somehow stayed intact for far longer than it looked like should have been possible and then just for the heck of it. You are shooting fireworks fireworks up into it. Yes <hes> how did this what i just pick a word and try to answer a question around in uh. I was utterly flabbergasted by this thing when i saw it well. I imagine there's some proprietary info but what can you tell us about how you pull that off. Sure sure it an awesome you know we were hoping for that response <hes> from a lot of folks and <hes> us in the pyro community we see a lot of things with pyrotechnics that the public public doesn't see very frequently and <hes> or at all and we you know as a special effects company as well as pyrotechnics company we we dabble into some of the french areas of a pyrotechnic sciences and <hes> with the done deal to give you to give you some metrics there at that was eight hundred sixty one gallons of gasoline that we shot up and the apogee the approximate apogee of the fireball rising up igniting and <hes> <hes> you know getting to apogee was about maybe three hundred seventy five feet in the air really oh yeah <hes> those salutes that we shoot what what what you saw the some people call them tracers <hes> that we shot up into the rising fireball <hes> those reached three hundred and fifty three hundred seventy five feet and if you watch the video even though their shot at a slight angle the fireball exceeded the height of those when it reached its full. Do you have an idea how big the fireball itself was. If it's up there at three fifty three seventy five my guess my guess is is the with someone else had asked me this and i had and trying to find an inappropriate image where i can take a reference of the with <hes> is a bit of a challenge <hes> but i'll figure it out i in my guestimation. I'm going to say it was easily. Force force fifty four hundred seventy five feet wide at least <hes> just by guessing in and how that works so this is this is something that's been a bit of a challenge in the pyrotechnic community <hes> for people to accomplish and we've done it on on a significantly smaller scales before <hes> one of the pyro guys said that we brought they call themselves. The fireball deeds so you know we. We love these guys. You bill scott smith. Bill bill has perfected it in yeah. Yeah bill is perfected it in extreme size. I think i've done maybe two hundred and fifty gallons prior to that before but we wanted to really push the envelope because one had been done for six hundred sixty six gallons at an a pyrotechnic event like a black sabbath show or something it was it was it was pretty much. I don't know if you remember back here in appleton. They used to have the p._g._a. Would come here. <hes> i think the last one was two thousand and fourteen <hes> that it was here in appleton <hes> which is a like e._a. As to be ation it's like a con- pyro technicians convention okay right and it's pretty exclusive pyro technicians <hes> throughout the week even though they opened up some of the night shows for the public and <hes> they had shot one bill did that one and i said bill hey we want to push the the envelope said he a but we want to do so safely and so <hes> i really want you to be here to help us with that and <hes> you know traditionally we call them ghost minds lanes right when they're much much smaller <hes> we you know shoot them out of large steel tubes <hes> the same tubes that we shoot out a twelve inch shell <hes> will a us steel tubes to fire these out gasoline mixture <hes> and there's a ratio and there's a there's a really precise science to the charge that is lifting lifting them <hes>. You don't wanna you wanna set the charge. It's mostly black powder but you want to set it in a way <hes> that it's not punching through too fast because it doesn't allow the the gasoline to rise out and particulate. You won't ignite gasoline. If it stays in its liquid form so you need to you need to particulate atom is it in the sky and this is where a lot of people they have struggled and development on the scale is to punch through it or they won't send enough out and just kind of you know blob over the over the tube or a lot of it a lot of the residual fuel will come back to the ground and start fires and so we've exercise it inveterate over many many years along with probably another two hundred pyre higher technicians across this country all trying to edge up a little bit further to try to achieve the result that you saw here on wednesday and saturday night and being that it was new. I <hes> you know for any public events on like what we did here at e._a. We had to model it out for our sanity. We had to model it out on explosives modeling software so that we knew that the intervals of distance from the effect we're going to be safe because at six hundred feet you're gonna get secondary burns that's right and so it's just an amount of heat and that's one of the exciting factors is that heat is is a part of the experience right when the wall of fire goes or or the the done deal goes <hes> you get the audibles audible boom right you get the visual effect and now you also have that feel of that heat that comes to you and kinda just helps seal the deal the impact of what's happening and <hes> the crowd absolutely loves it and we want to increase that experience get it close close but not too close to make sure that we're keeping people safe and also allow margin for error in case the wind direction changes are or things of that nature so in the case the <hes> the dundee l. is this tremendous amount of of gasoline that needs to be elevated as adding a single container is at an a single push to get all of that. Are there multiple things off to get that much. Gasoline atomised at just the right yes we we had. I think fifty mortar tubes out in the field <hes> that all fired at the same time and are twelve inch mortars. I think they hold thirty two gallons each when we were shooting them in some we had some eight inch we we kinda shape them in a okay so that we concentrate a lot more volume towards the center <hes> and if you notice when you watch the fireball and the videos it comes shooting out but it also rolls in <hes> and that's what's keeping it alive longer than than most people are used to cause gasoline in and of itself as a flashing fuel doesn't have a large amount of burnt time <hes> effects.
"dion" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Inch in diameter of the shell size <hes> it's seventy five feet spacing from <hes> any structures or for people <hes> so we keep in our inventory up to sixteen inch diameter shells and so that's in a p._a. Code is twelve hundred feet <hes> but we like to err on the side of caution and margin and also to simplify it far guys in the field so we do one hundred feet per inch and so sixteen shell is is going to require sixteen hundred feet instead of twelve hundred feet <hes> and give you an example on how that impacts us here at venture with the positions emplacements we having a field we have five primary trailers and then ten front positions as we call him so a total of fifteen positions. We spread out in the field <hes> we could from. I'm the primary location shoot up to eight inch diameter shells but we do not do that. We we stick with six inch shells are cap limit and a lot of that is is is truly it's unnecessary. Although the bigger the shell the more impactful the more wonderful you know the effects <hes> when you have larger shells <hes> a hey there are a lot more costly <hes> and be weakened fill the sky in in the patterns we do without having to push those limits and we allow ourselves extra buffer for safety so tom. I think you might have been asking if you weren't it's in the question. I'm really interested to find out of that is when you're talking about choreographing to music and you're talking about <hes> an actual delay in you know i i. I see the firework far enough way. The sound is a little bit late. Yes are you taking any of that. At one account. When you're worrying about the the choreography yes <hes> so i calculate a primary section of the audience and i targeted which is show center <hes> and it's about one hundred hundred feet out from the speakers because light does travel faster than sound and the experience is different for everyone <hes> wherever they are positioned and in the audience and the audience here is very wide <hes> and stretched down the down the line for example. If you're sitting way down south of the runway looking up at the fireworks fireworks they're not gonna look symmetrical the fireworks that are closest to you are going to look bigger and it's gonna look almost at a skew of an angle <hes> and so oh i think the human mind can process that you're at a you're at an angle and they know that and they can still see the symmetry but it doesn't visually look if you look at a camera angle angle from that perspective it looks very different than from show center visually but audibly you also have some of the same struggles if the further you move back from the sound source the more or delay the sound sources going to get to you for example a lot of my guys that are in the field. They are about twelve hundred feet in the opposite direction of the speakers the sound completely off for them when it arrives to them they see everything going off instantaneously visually but audibly nothing lines up. It's it's almost up to. I a second one point. Seven seconds delayed audio <hes> because i think you get one millisecond per sixty feet. I believe is is about this and i have all these calculations but it is something that i figure out and you can only aim for the best case scenario of the audience at show center so for those that are listening. The best place to sit is show center uh-huh so what's interesting to point out this or the width of the audience. We've got a big long flight line and even at the night air show if people just sort of bunch and a little bit it is it is wide but i always get the sense to that <hes> <hes> your show itself is very much on the seems like it's very much on the white nightside versus something in a stadium. We've everything's coming out of. A central location spread out in am. I correct in that assumption that it feels like it's it's it's huge in its full <music> but it just seems like it's a wider show than a typical firework show correct. It's to be honest with you. It's one of the most perfect campuses that any pyro could ask for <hes> and because of that with it allows us to do so a lot of times you'll see us break multiple shells at the same time <hes> three and four spread down that with <hes> and that's that's a beautiful thing versus you know taking one eight inch shell i can take two five inch or two four inch and i can fill the sky in the impact on the viewer is is sometimes much more significant depending on what you're going for and i love the wide open view. It gives us a lot of options of diversity <hes> if it was all narrow zero from a single site we wouldn't have as many dynamics in the display to keep it creative and fresh and change pace and and things like that that we do because it is widen and those front positions. I was talking about the ten front positions. That's where the intricate comet sequence come from the minds and stuff from the front brings it up front front to the audience closer to a more intimate feel and <hes> the impact of that is i. I like to think quite impressive. The crowd generally responsive shots shots <hes> quite a bit and they're done in volume so we're shooting ten positions. I may shoot three shots from each position on the same q. So there's thirty shots at are all going off right at that moment. <hes> like for example when we did guns and roses <hes> welcome to the jungle when <hes> i i won't replicate it because my voice won't work but when axel screams and he goes yeah you know what i mean. I shot off a thousand whistles from each location right at the moment. Yes it a ah multi shot and four seconds from each location and it scared the the poo out of people. <hes> you know what i mean. It was it was it's hilarious and exciting to watch because you want to kind of catch people off guard sometimes keep it exciting and entertaining and at the same time the wow factor is is there and so those fronts wants give us that opportunity so the white canvas here is is beautiful. That's just a serb still imagining remembering back to guns and roses you mentioned <hes> a little bit ago an and you're tossing on his great terms of your comments in mind and shells and things like this but you also mentioned that e match is that something that's roughly akin but way more impressive than the electronic igniters. We used model rockets as a kid. Yes so it's funny you use that as an example. It's it's very close e matches regulated and you can only buy it with a license. They have some intermediary devices are similar to the igniters that you have on model rockets rockets but i like to think that what sparked me <hes> into <hes> unintended yes yes into fireworks was was my father's introduction of model rocketry <hes> i i used to build model rockets well over six feet tall it you know when i was a kid and my dad was very engaged in that process but there was a time period where it lost. Its excitement for me. <hes> we weren't involved in a local club which might have taken it to another level. Ah you know getting into liquid-fuel compositions custom fuel but <hes> i started my pyro experimentation actually taking those igniters and building my own concoctions when i was when i was a kid back when the laws were a little more loose about these types of things i don't recommend people do that today <hes> but i did dumb things with some level of intelligence and safety and mind using those igniter so it's funny you mentioned that but art art are at night. It's very similar. <hes> we call me match <hes> it has a little bit more pirate in on the end of the on the end of the match there one time use only so for each. Shell each effect that u._c._s. Shoot off. We have to have any match <hes> that integrates that shell <hes> into our electronic system system and how many of these would you go through in an air venture within a single adventure performance any ideas of numbers. I believe well this year. I i believe we used up. We do other fusing techniques and not all shots are tied to an individual <hes> e match but <hes> i believe this year that we used to bounce sixteen hundred e matches per display but there was a considerable amount more effects we we had you know again. Fusing zing multi-shot effects things like that that we have we did just under about four thousand individual effects for the display that you saw on wednesday night and saturday night. It is interesting that you you brought that up. How 'cause i was <hes> watching video a little while ago about how <hes> rockets you know full-size <unk> space rockets are lit which is something you don't really think about that much but the russians essentially just stick a two by four with an igniter up in the nozzle <hes> and then for that you know for the big soya's rocket like sixteen of those have to go off at a at the same time for the rocket to <hes> to go off the pet really yep clough. That's the russians are brave guys and <hes> and i don't mean to stereotype but they they they have <hes> they have a tradition of of simpler solutions that just a giant match you know just put it matching their and and and off we go is digi have space program in the works. I i'm always looking for new ways to capitalize on hire altimeters altitudes so you talked a little bit about <hes> setting up the <hes> <hes> the show do you. When do you actually do that are are you able to set up during the daytime or does the daytime airshow box. Get in the way of that. Yes <hes> and yes <hes> yeah a again in airshows. We've done other airshows but e._a. Is even more unique and complex because the volume of traffic that you have here in the space <hes> we do set up a we generally get on site on monday even though our first show isn't until wednesday <hes> and what we do you to accommodate an active airport and air show box like we have here at e._a. Is we mobile mount. Everything <hes> we have a semi emme trucks and trailers that we rent specifically for the event that we build out onto so that we can do <hes> before the show is in a very short appeared time roll out these thousand plus mortars that we need to shoot off fireworks into position have all the angles already be set <hes> and and so we do those buildouts <hes> some before we get onto site will will prebuilt out some of the trailers and some of the trailers will just bring down the equipment will build them once we get on location and and <hes> that's how we're able to do it. Generally we're wants. All of the shells are dropped. We can't drop the shells into the mortars until we are onsite and generally generally on show day. <hes> is when we do that and so <hes> that requires a very cory cory graff kind of effort and same thing once we roll the field a lot a lot of times. It's kind of a parade when when the air boss gives us permission roll the field you'll see <hes> about a dozen trucks that come down kind of in a parade down <hes> the runway and get out into position. You'll see me out in out there. <hes> prior to the night air show between the daytime show in the in the night air show directing all of these trucks into position <hes> and they drop them. They stabilize them. They will then <hes> wire up the primary bus lines if you will to our are electron ix that we have out in the field. We'll do some tests <hes> all during that time period prepping for the night show and we can generally get it ready to rock and roll well <hes> in about an hour with the way that we have set it up which is i like to think was pretty innovative when we started back in two thousand ten <hes> in aerospace and and we had proved that <hes> with.
"dion" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What are the what are the famous examples in the Internet ages you see some of these athletes come up in the Internet age of some athletes getting fed up usually a fighter when I think of these things don't have any of the names at the top of my head and you've insulted him anonymously because you can something that you would never actually do and then the fighter shows up at your house search your place work durant but not through verified twitter account? You went the other way on that Yeah Right Yeah Zab Judah Viral Video Zab Judah confronting someone that was <hes> making comments on social media and dude was shook but it's interesting. It's interesting to see guys who come from whatever fighting mentality <hes> <hes> get baited into social media 'cause Dion waiters was calling people cowards and he's not wrong yeah. Amari sodomite recently was legitimately trying to find out where one person lived so he can go there and it's a bit of say it to my face yeah it say all your jokes to my face but we all have our vulnerabilities and sometimes someone gets something that you yourself are sensitive to and you can go off like me with the red it would you have thought ought to read it again. You need to stop reading that stuff. Man People mean address Miami so talk about the Miami Man. I'm trying well. Let's go ahead and sink into this. Go ahead and let's go ahead and have the war with all my himself talk. We've got a fan page. We've got a ridiculous fan page. You have to get out of that world. Mike good ideas one of the IDEAS would be. Hey Mike brought it today but just find those like sift through all of it at ignore the bad stuff at find the good ideas right. I try to control off Mike but it's a cesspool okay now but let's figure this out because if big bad dion waiters can and be hurt by his fans who tell me a pot belly you can also be hurt by your fans. Who Tell you you have pepperoni nipples so well? It's really not the body shaming thing that gets me people that have no idea what it is I actually do. I know it dion waiters. Does you know now he's inefficient. Jack up shots and sometimes he'll be you know the Golden State Warriors on a game winner and I love them and say whatever he wants me. I'm in the shadows. No one knows except for when I talk Miami Hurricanes or Miami Heat then we're in pretty very much in consensus consensus that terrible well explain that part to me because you have waited in now as because you have become the new agey thirty-three-year-old grew up in this market executive learned basketball N._B._A.. Twitter those are a lot of words it's eight years studying the Miami Heat and you love your Miami he'd basketball and whatever it is that you start talking in the local hour about Miami. Heat basketball and people want our show they immediately hate you takes trash. I'm I'm sorry I listened to Zach Lowe. What do you want me to do? You Want Russell Westbrook. Okay sorry I'm not asked. I'm not telling you to think just asking you if you'd like to see that's what's happening to your living my life fifteen years ago. Go your now officially because my at this same stage I walk onto the set of P._T._i.. And they're looking at him. They're looking at Tony and Mike and they're like looking at me and they're like oh no like if one of these guys goes out he's GonNa. He's going to get buried if because people don't know what it takes to have that kind of chemistry on television those T._v.. Shows don't last as long creative projects do not last as long on top is that one has in the middle of Your Sports Day because people have no earthly idea idea what it takes to keep those plates spinning everyday that accents their chemistry. I mean you fill in and people would come after you right you lose right away when you fill. I was carrying this crucifix for the next fifteen years because when I walked into the office is Eric Ride Home Brilliant Oracle that he is says you know what Dan I'm GonNa go extra strong on how much we don't want you here..
"dion" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Regather ourselves here. Donlevatar ooh Stugatz Oh B._C._C. Donlevatar show Oh with those two guys on E._S._p._N.. Radio Jeff Passan is going to be with us to talk baseball things but before we do that Stu gods i WanNa talk about what you think when you think when we do word association dion waiters leaders and if we're just <hes> if we're just taking adjectives let's go around the room here on dion waiters just adjectives to describe the things that dion waiters is go head Chris Ball Hog okay going after his game. I'm going game personality billy. What do you have for me on Dion Waiters Word Association <hes> muscular really instead of fat okay? That's interesting <hes> Roy. What about you <hes> shooter? Mike volume shooter suggests that he makes them at high club on earned arrogance not yet because I got him as being pretty edgy to would would you not <hes> I haven't been as a personality type. Somebody who is hard we enjoy his personality because of that arrogant and because he thinks he's he thinks he's always open and he thinks he's the best player on the team every time and you don't want to mess with Dion waiters. Do you like if I say to you people in basketball. I don't know if he's all dark alley team but people to not be trifled with dion waiters is rough around the from the mean streets affiliate. He makes reference to it. Yeah I don't WANNA I don't want the smoke from the waiters. <hes> it was interesting to watch him body shamed and hurt by on social media like it was interesting to watch it happen <hes> because he got injured. He heard his ankle like this is a guy who's been character smeared throughout out his time in the league you just heard it volume shooter ball hog unearned arrogance and the Miami didn't have a word. I didn't have a word but I I was GONNA say ragged a raw. Just I think of him as a very raw personality. <hes> none of you gave me that. Word you guys you guys didn't talk to personnel you. Guys were criticizing his game but the point I wanted to make is that this obviously hurt beyond waiters and just the idea of dion waiters <hes> being body shamed hard hard dion waiters being body shamed and hurt by it is very teenage body image problems like it's not exactly what I associate with Dion waiters and so now evidently he's back in shape because he got into the best shape of his life and he was doing those Players Tribune stories where he was talking about how crazy it was to get to that level of fitness and then the Miami Heat gave him in his son whiteside. That's first time the Miami Heat I've ever done anything like that. They decided to build around two knuckleheads buckle heads and everybody league agitated knuckleheads there and reputed knucklehead yeah because I don't want to calling them directly knuckleheads that would be an insult. It was weird though that that team would build around those to of course dion on waiters gotten great Schaefer contract year. It's the only time he's ever been in what many would call phenomenal playing shape. He was never one of these. You know athletic specimens. He always seemed to have a pot belly before before that year in Miami. It was noticeable the kind tape that he got in like it was. It's the thing that you accused James Harden enough. Yeah it will kyle lowry also noticeable when he got into really good shape like certain players they're they're a little rounder than others and when the waiters got integrate shape his game escalated and for that that that season look they they were pushing for a playoff spot he got hurt. He heard his ankle and they miss the playoffs. He was rewarded with a contract and he showed up into camp not in the best shape and then he was an unprofessional rehab is what I heard Unprofessional Professional Rehab and you know people around the facility were saying of dion waiters and Hassan whiteside. It's the reason I feel comfortable calling them..
"dion" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Dion is following suit attempting to pull this one thousand nine hundred ninety eight song, I'm your angel that she sang with Kelly. It was even nominated for best pop collaboration Grammy the following year. The news game after word leaked that RCA Sony will not produce any more of our Kelly's new music until the criminal investigations on him are over it all comes in the wake of the hashtag R Kelly movement, which was triggered by the lifetime docu series surviving R Kelly. Matt piper. CBS news. Nine fifty five money. News on KYW. Wego live Steve Potisk at Bloomberg. Good morning. Steve. Good morning. Suzanne stocks moving higher here in the early going. The Dow gaining forty four points, NASDAQ, adding seventy two that's a little better than one percent s&p in the plus column by fifteen points, the beneficial Bank Philadelphia index from Bloomberg moving up as well. Adding two tenths of a percent now Wall Street balancing week German growth figures and worse than expected quarterly results from big banks J P Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo against a promise of Chinese stimulus. Now that promise of stimulus is helping oil prices move up. Crude futures gaining a dollar twenty one to fifty one dollars seventy two cents a barrel. And Netflix says raising prices it's the biggest increase since the company launched its streaming service twelve years ago, the most popular plan, we'll see the largest hype to thirteen dollars per month from eleven bucks. The extra cash will help to pay for Netflix is huge investment in original shows and films with money news from Bloomberg KYW. I'm Steve Potisk. All right. Thanks Steve confirmation hearing starting this morning for attorney general nominee William bar. He'll try to convince democrat senators, and he will not derail special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. That's ahead in three minutes. It's nine fifty six..
"dion" Discussed on WEEI
"So was he okay maybe he's a part of you know if you could trade from you're getting hayward over here i have no idea maybe there's a conversation there but moving forward no dion branch is he still here.
"dion" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"dion" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What the trade machine telling a world where we want to on waiter stu is dumb enough to take this john that the problem is going to take these contracts i mean you're saying that tradable guy i'll know they have a contract with value that any one of them i it's not that bad bill and eleven million a year contract is is in terrible even on dion waiters like a team could use in a deal waiters on the bench and and eleven million donald fehr no no no a team would pay that much for the dion waiters you got for half a season last year eight i don't think any i don't think anybody trades for that contract right now with you we can you your thing we can full somebody mike i highly eyes while leave i riley miami was fooled i can't an and it's partially full because it is fair what you're saying about his ankle that is going to keep you like that whole thing though played out and i don't blame the on waiters for one seconds to guts but he didn't get what he needed to get done at the end of last season in terms of surgical procedures because he needed to protect the idea of his contract and passed physicals and all that stuff and he ended so he very clearly last year was about the money and dion getting his dion has always been about dion on getting his and then he leaves at the end of the season you see the season collapses in a way it didn't but he was crucial to their success dion reuters at the height of his power of adeane waiter jess wctc yeah wayne has died of his powers is what gets them drafted as high as it is but dion waiters being a knuckle knuckleheads is wide on waiters hasn't been very good his entire career and why he was drafted even as high as he was drafted lower than he should have been you don't think we can trick the next or some fun.
"dion" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I know i did i took all of thought i did that every day of my life every minute of my existence was to outside what you take all the far no i just have this like i have this perpetual mute button with but then when you talk in there is like sometimes on night alyssa put on the poll was dan a ball hogg with the thoughts as i really i want the waiters that's all that i think all the thoughts even better at even better but i was dion waiters that segment speaking of edges opened up a trade machine on eyes how do you feel about the fact that i'm in better shape than dion waiters not grade a train new look what is as doesn't know that's amazing rarely does it happened quite like that like is the contract you're quite that obvious and i know he's got a bad ankle and that might be some of the ulfa ashore know for sure fourche war the optics of just the belly hanging out and not physically he's always kind of had even when he was in cut less use absolutely cut last series face always kind kinda looks junkie as one of those faces let's like me yet well not not quite anyways you knew that the body was there because on social media was shown at threat and now all i see is me hoping that he just stands and better light because the shadows are not doing them any favours.