About Chris Chris Farris has been in the IT field since 1994 primarily focused on Linux, networking, and security. For the last 8 years, he has focused on public-cloud and public-cloud security. He has built and evolved multiple cloud security programs for major media companies, focusing on enabling the broader security team's objectives of secure design, incident response and vulnerability management. He has developed cloud security standards and baselines to provide risk-based guidance to development and operations teams. As a practitioner, he's architected and implemented multiple serverless and traditional cloud applications focused on deployment, security, operations, and financial modeling.Chris now does cloud security research for Turbot and evangelizes for the open source tool Steampipe. He is one if the organizers of the fwd:cloudsec conference (https://fwdcloudsec.org) and has given multiple presentations at AWS conferences and BSides events.When not building things with AWS's building blocks, he enjoys building Legos with his kid and figuring out what interesting part of the globe to travel to next. He opines on security and technology on Twitter and his website https://www.chrisfarris.comLinks Referenced: Turbot: https://turbot.com/ fwd:cloudsec: https://fwdcloudsec.org/ Steampipe: https://steampipe.io/ Steampipe block: https://steampipe.io/blog TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. 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Chris Farris is a cloud security nerd at Turbot. He's also one of the organizers for fwd:cloudsec, another security conference named after an email subject line with a lot more self-awareness than any of Amazon's stuff. Chris, thank you for joining me.Chris: Oh, thank you for dragging me on. You can let go of my hair now.Corey: Wonderful, wonderful. That's why we're all having the thinning hair going on. People just use it to drag us to and fro, it seems. So, you've been doing something that I'm only going to describe as weird lately because your background—not that dissimilar from mine—is as a practitioner. You've been heavily involved in the security space for a while and lately, I keep seeing an awful lot of things with your name on them getting sucked up by the giant app surveillance apparatus deployed to the internet, looking for basically any mention of AWS that I wind up using to write my newsletter and feed the content grist mill every year. What are you doing and how'd you get there?Chris: So, what am I doing right now is, I'm in marketing. It's kind of a, you know, “Oops, I'm sorry I did that.”Corey: Oh, the running gag is, you work in DevRel; that means, “Oh, you're in marketing, but they're scared to tell you that.” You're self-aware.Chris: Yeah.Corey: Good for you.Chris: I'm willing to address that I'm in marketing now. And I've been a cloud practitioner since probably 2014, cloud security since about 2017. And then just decided, the problem that we have in the cloud security community is a lot of us are just kind of sitting in a corner in our companies and solving problems for our companies, but we're not solving the problems at scale. So, I wanted a job that would allow me to reach a broader audience and help a broader audience. Where I see cloud security having—you know, or cloud in general falling down is Amazon makes it really hard for you to do your side of shared responsibility, and so we need to be out there helping customers understand what they need to be doing. So, I am now at a company called Turbot and we're really trying to promote cloud security.Corey: One of the first promoted guest episodes of this show was David Boeke, your CTO, and one of the things that I regret is that I've sort of lost track of Turbot over the past few years because, yeah, one or two things might have been going on during that timeline as I look back at having kids in the middle of a pandemic and the deadly plague o'er land. And suddenly, every conversation takes place over Zoom, which is like, “Oh, good, it's like a happy hour only instead, now it's just like a conference call for work.” It's like, ‘Conference Calls: The Drinking Game' is never the great direction to go in. But it seems the world is recovering. We're going to be able to spend some time together at re:Invent by all accounts that I'm actively looking forward to.As of this recording, you're relatively new to Turbot, and I figured out that you were going there because, once again, content hits my filters. You wrote a fascinating blog post that hits on an interest of mine that I don't usually talk about much because it's off-putting to some folk, and these days, I don't want to get yelled at and more than I have to about the experience of traveling, I believe it was to an all-hands on the other side of the world.Chris: Yep. So, my first day on the job at Turbot, I was landing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, having left the United States 24 hours—or was it 48? It's hard to tell when you go to the other side of the planet and the time zones have also shifted—and then having left my prior company day before that. But yeah, so Turbot about traditionally has an annual event where we all get together in person. We're a completely remote company, but once a year, we all get together in person in our integrate event.And so, that was my first day on the job. And then you know, it was basically two weeks of reasonably intense hackathons, building out a lot of stuff that hopefully will show up open-source shortly. And then yeah, meeting all of my coworkers. And that was nice.Corey: You've always had a focus through all the time that I've known you and all the public content that you've put out there that has come across my desk that seems to center around security. It's sort of an area that I give a nod to more often than I would like, on some level, but that tends to be your bread and butter. Your focus seems to be almost overwhelmingly on I would call it AWS security. Is that fair to say or is that a mischaracterization of how you view it slash what you actually do? Because, again, we have these parasocial relationships with voices on the internet. And it's like, “Oh, yeah, I know all about that person.” Yeah, you've met them once and all you know other than that is what they put on Twitter.Chris: You follow me on Twitter. Yeah, I would argue that yes, a lot of what I do is AWS-related security because in the past, a lot of what I've been responsible for is cloud security in AWS. But I've always worked for companies that were multi-cloud; it's just that 90% of everything was Amazon and so therefore 90% of my time, 90% of my problems, 90% of my risk was all in AWS. I've been trying to break out of that. I've been trying to understand the other clouds.One of the nice aspects of this role and working on Steampipe is I am now experimenting with other clouds. The whole goal here is to be able to scale our ability as an industry and as security practitioners to support multiple clouds. Because whether we want to or not, we've got it. And so, even though 90% of my spend, 90% of my resources, 90% of my applications may be in AWS, that 10% that I'm ignoring is probably more than 10% of my risk, and we really do need to understand and support major clouds equally.Corey: One post you had recently that I find myself in wholehearted agreement with is on the adoption of Tailscale in the enterprise. I use it for all of my personal nonsense and it is transformative. I like the idea of what that portends for a multi-cloud, or poly-cloud, or whatever the hell we're calling it this week, sort of architectures were historically one of the biggest problems in getting to clouds two speak to one another and manage them in an intelligent way is the security models are different, the user identity stuff is different as well, and the network stuff has always been nightmarish. Well, with Tailscale, you don't have to worry about that in the same way at all. You can, more or less, ignore it, turn on host-based firewalls for everything and just allow Tailscale. And suddenly, okay, I don't really have to think about this in the same way.Chris: Yeah. And you get the micro-segmentation out of it, too, which is really nice. I will agree that I had not looked at Tailscale until I was asked to look at Tailscale, and then it was just like, “Oh, I am completely redoing my home network on that.” But looking at it, it's going to scare some old-school network engineers, it's going to impact their livelihoods and that is going to make them very defensive. And so, what I wanted to do in that post was kind of address, as a practitioner, if I was looking at this with an enterprise lens, what are the concerns you would have on deploying Tailscale in your environment?A lot of those were, you know, around user management. I think the big one that is—it's a new thing in enterprise security, but kind of this host profiling, which is hey, before I let your laptop on the network, I'm going to go make sure that you have antivirus and some kind of EDR, XDR, blah-DR agents so that you know we have a reasonable thing that you're not going to just go and drop [unintelligible 00:09:01] on the network and next thing you know, we're Maersk. Tailscale, that's going to be their biggest thing that they are going to have to figure out is how do they work with some of these enterprise concerns and things along those lines. But I think it's an excellent technology, it was super easy to set up. And the ability to fine-tune and microsegment is great.Corey: Wildly so. They occasionally sponsor my nonsense. I have no earthly idea whether this episode is one of them because we have an editorial firewall—they're not paying me to set any of this stuff, like, “And this is brought to you by whatever.” Yeah, that's the sponsored ad part. This is just, I'm in love with the product.One of the most annoying things about it to me is that I haven't found a reason to give them money yet because the free tier for my personal stuff is very comfortably sized and I don't have a traditional enterprise network or anything like that people would benefit from over here. For one area in cloud security that I think I have potentially been misunderstood around, so I want to take at least this opportunity to clear the air on it a little bit has been that, by all accounts, I've spent the last, mmm, few months or so just absolutely beating the crap out of Azure. Before I wind up adding a little nuance and context to that, I'd love to get your take on what, by all accounts, has been a pretty disastrous year-and-a-half for Azure security.Chris: I think it's been a disastrous year-and-a-half for Azure security. Um—[laugh].Corey: [laugh]. That was something of a leading question, wasn't it?Chris: Yeah, no, I mean, it is. And if you think, though, back, Microsoft's repeatedly had these the ebb and flow of security disasters. You know, Code Red back in whatever the 2000s, NT 4.0 patching back in the '90s. So, I think we're just hitting one of those peaks again, or hopefully, we're hitting the peak and not [laugh] just starting the uptick. A lot of what Azure has built is stuff that they already had, commercial off-the-shelf software, they wrapped multi-tenancy around it, gave it a new SKU under the Azure name, and called is cloud. So, am I super-surprised that somebody figured out how to leverage a Jupyter notebook to find the back-end credentials to drop the firewall tables to go find the next guy over's Cosmos DB? No, I'm not.Corey: I find their failures to be less egregious on a technical basis because let's face it, let's be very clear here, this stuff is hard. I am not pretending for even a slight second that I'm a better security engineer than the very capable, very competent people who work there. This stuff is incredibly hard. And I'm not—Chris: And very well-funded people.Corey: Oh, absolutely, yeah. They make more than I do, presumably. But it's one of those areas where I'm not sitting here trying to dunk on them, their work, their efforts, et cetera, and I don't do a good enough job of clarifying that. My problem is the complete radio silence coming out of Microsoft on this. If AWS had a series of issues like this, I'm hard-pressed to imagine a scenario where they would not have much more transparent communications, they might very well trot out a number of their execs to go on a tour to wind up talking about these things and what they're doing systemically to change it.Because six of these in, it's like, okay, this is now a cultural problem. It's not one rando engineer wandering around the company screwing things up on a rotational basis. It's, what are you going to do? It's unlikely that firing Steven is going to be your fix for these things. So, that is part of it.And then most recently, they wound up having a blog post on the MSRC, the Microsoft Security Resource Center is I believe that acronym? The [mrsth], whatever; and it sounds like a virus you pick up in a hospital—but the problem that I have with it is that they spent most of that being overly defensive and dunking on SOCRadar, the vulnerability researcher who found this and reported it to them. And they had all kinds of quibbles with how it was done, what they did with it, et cetera, et cetera. It's, “Excuse me, you're the ones that left customer data sitting out there in the Azure equivalent of an S3 bucket and you're calling other people out for basically doing your job for you? Excuse me?”Chris: But it wasn't sensitive customer data. It was only the contract information, so therefore it was okay.Corey: Yeah, if I put my contract information out there and try and claim it's not sensitive information, my clients will laugh and laugh as they sue me into the Stone Age.Chris: Yeah well, clearly, you don't have the same level of clickthrough terms that Microsoft is able to negotiate because, you know, [laugh].Corey: It's awful as well, it doesn't even work because, “Oh, it's okay, I lost some of your data, but that's okay because it wasn't particularly sensitive.” Isn't that kind of up to you?Chris: Yes. And if A, I'm actually, you know, a big AWS shop and then I'm looking at Azure and I've got my negotiations in there and Amazon gets wind that I'm negotiating with Azure, that's not going to do well for me and my business. So no, this kind of material is incredibly sensitive. And that was an incredibly tone-deaf response on their part. But you know, to some extent, it was more of a response than we've seen from some of the other Azure multi-tenancy breakdowns.Corey: Yeah, at least they actually said something. I mean, there is that. It's just—it's wild to me. And again, I say this as an Azure customer myself. Their computer vision API is basically just this side of magic, as best I can tell, and none of the other providers have anything like it.That's what I want. But, you know, it almost feels like that service is under NDA because no one talks about it when they're using this service. I did a whole blog post singing its praises and no one from that team reached out to me to say, “Hey, glad you liked it.” Not that they owe me anything, but at the same time it's incredible. Why am I getting shut out? It's like, does this company just have an entire policy of not saying anything ever to anyone at any time? It seems it.Chris: So, a long time ago, I came to this realization that even if you just look at the terminology of the three providers, Amazon has accounts. Why does Amazon have Amazon—or AWS accounts? Because they're a retail company and that's what you signed up with to buy your underwear. Google has projects because they were, I guess, a developer-first thing and that was how they thought about it is, “Oh, you're going to go build something. Here's your project.”What does Microsoft have? Microsoft Azure Subscriptions. Because they are still about the corporate enterprise IT model of it's really about how much we're charging you, not really about what you're getting. So, given that you're not a big enterprise IT customer, you don't—I presume—do lots and lots of golfing at expensive golf resorts, you're probably not fitting their demographic.Corey: You're absolutely not. And that's wild to me. And yet, here we are.Chris: Now, what's scary is they are doing so many interesting things with artificial intelligence… that if… their multi-tenancy boundaries are as bad as we're starting to see, then what else is out there? And more and more, we is carbon-based life forms are relying on Microsoft and other cloud providers to build AI, that's kind of a scary thing. Go watch Satya's keynote at Microsoft Ignite and he's showing you all sorts of ways that AI is going to start replacing the gig economy. You know, it's not just Tesla and self-driving cars at this point. Dali is going to replace the independent graphics designer.They've got things coming out in their office suite that are going to replace the mom-and-pop marketing shops that are generating menus and doing marketing plans for your local restaurants or whatever. There's a whole slew of things where they're really trying to replace people.Corey: That is a wild thing to me. And part of the problem I have in covering AWS is that I have to differentiate in a bunch of different ways between AWS and its Amazon corporate parent. And they have that problem, too, internally. Part of the challenge they have, in many cases, is that perks you give to employees have to scale to one-and-a-half million people, many of them in fulfillment center warehouse things. And that is a different type of problem that a company, like for example, Google, where most of their employees tend to be in office job-style environments.That's a weird thing and I don't know how to even start conceptualizing things operating at that scale. Everything that they do is definitionally a very hard problem when you have to make it scale to that point. What all of the hyperscale cloud providers do is, from where I sit, complete freaking magic. The fact that it works as well as it does is nothing short of a modern-day miracle.Chris: Yeah, and it is more than just throwing hardware at the problem, which was my on-prem solution to most of the things. “Oh, hey. We need higher availability? Okay, we're going to buy two of everything.” We called it the Noah's Ark model, and we have an A side and a B side.And, “Oh, you know what? Just in case we're going to buy some extra capacity and put it in a different city so that, you know, we can just fail from our primary city to our secondary city.” That doesn't work at the cloud provider scale. And really, we haven't seen a major cloud outage—I mean, like, a bad one—in quite a while.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. 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I don't know why.But as [laugh] a result, they wind up getting a lot of their baseline facts wrong about these things. And that's fair. I'm not here to necessarily act as an Amazon spokesperson when these things happen. They have an awful lot of very well-paid people who can do that. But it is interesting just watching the blowback and the reaction of whatever there's an outage, the conversation is never “Does Amazon or Azure or Google suck?” It's, “Does cloud suck as a whole?”That's part of the reason I care so much about Azure getting their act together. If it were just torpedoing Microsoft's reputation, then well, that's sad, but okay. But it extends far beyond that to a point where it's almost where the enterprise groundhog sees the shadow of a data breach and then we get six more years of data center build-outs instead of moving things to a cloud. I spent too many years working in data centers and I have the scars from the cage nuts and crimping patch cables frantically in the middle of the night to prove it. I am thrilled at the fact that I don't believe I will ever again have to frantically drive across town in the middle of the night to replace a hard drive before the rest of the array degrades. Cloud has solved those problems beautifully. I don't want to go back to the Dark Ages.Chris: Yeah, and I think that there's a general potential that we could start seeing this big push towards going back on-prem for effectively sovereign data reasons, whether it's this country has said, “You cannot store your data about our citizens outside of our borders,” and either they're doing that because they do not trust the US Silicon Valley privacy or whatever, or because if it's outside of our borders, then our secret police agents can come knocking on the door at two in the morning to go find out what some dissidents' viewings habits might have been, I see sovereign cloud as this thing that may be a back step from this ubiquitous thing that we have right now in Amazon, Azure, and Google. And so, as we start getting to the point in the history books where we start seeing maps with lots of flags, I think we're going to start seeing a bifurcation of cloud as just a whole thing. We see it already right now. The AWS China partition is not owned by Amazon, it is not run by Amazon, it is not controlled by Amazon. It is controlled by the communist government of China. And nobody is doing business in Russia right now, but if they had not done what they had done earlier this year, we might very well see somebody spinning up a cloud provider that is completely controlled by and in the Russian government.Corey: Well, yes or no, but I want to challenge that assessment for a second because I've had conversations with a number of folks about this where people say, “Okay, great. Like, is the alt-right, for example, going to have better options now that there might be a cloud provider spinning up there?” Or, “Well, okay, what about a new cloud provider to challenge the dominance of the big three?” And there are all these edge cases, either geopolitically or politically based upo—or folks wanting to wind up approaching it from a particular angle, but if we were hired to build out an MVP of a hyperscale cloud provider, like, the budget for that MVP would look like one 100 billion at this point to get started and just get up to a point of critical mass before you could actually see if this thing has legs. And we'd probably burn through almost all of that before doing a single dime in revenue.Chris: Right. And then you're doing that in small markets. Outside of the China partition, these are not massively large markets. I think Oracle is going down an interesting path with its idea of Dedicated Cloud and Oracle Alloy [unintelligible 00:22:52].Corey: I like a lot of what Oracle's doing, and if younger me heard me say that, I don't know how hard I'd hit myself, but here we are. Their free tier for Oracle Cloud is amazing, their data transfer prices are great, and their entire approach of, “We'll build an entire feature complete region in your facility and charge you what, from what I can tell, is a very reasonable amount of money,” works. And it is feature complete, not, “Well, here are the three services that we're going to put in here and everything else is well… it's just sort of a toehold there so you can start migrating it into our big cloud.” No. They're doing it right from that perspective.The biggest problem they've got is the word Oracle at the front end and their, I would say borderline addiction to big-E enterprise markets. I think the future of cloud looks a lot more like cloud-native companies being founded because those big enterprises are starting to describe themselves in similar terminology. And as we've seen in the developer ecosystem, as go startups, so do big companies a few years later. Walk around any big company that's undergoing a digital transformation, you'll see a lot more Macs on desktops, for example. You'll see CI/CD processes in place as opposed to, “Well, oh, you want something new, it's going to be eight weeks to get a server rack downstairs and accounting is going to have 18 pages of forms for you to fill out.” No, it's “click the button,” or—Chris: Don't forget the six months of just getting the financial CapEx approvals.Corey: Exactly.Chris: You have to go through the finance thing before you even get to start talking to techies about when you get your server. I think Oracle is in an interesting place though because it is embracing the fact that it is number four, and so therefore, it's like we are going to work with AWS, we are going to work with Azure, our database can run in AWS or it can run in our cloud, we can interconnect directly, natively, seamlessly with Azure. If I were building a consumer-based thing and I was moving into one of these markets where one of these governments was demanding something like a sovereign cloud, Oracle is a great place to go and throw—okay, all of our front-end consumer whatever is all going to sit in AWS because that's what we do for all other countries. For this one country, we're just going to go and build this thing in Oracle and we're going to leverage Oracle Alloy or whatever, and now suddenly, okay, their data is in their country and it's subject to their laws but I don't have to re-architect to go into one of these, you know, little countries with tin horn dictators.Corey: It's the way to do multi-cloud right, from my perspective. I'll use a component service in a different cloud, I'm under no illusions, though, in doing that I'm increasing my resiliency. I'm not removing single points of failure; I'm adding them. And I make that trade-off on a case-by-case basis, knowingly. But there is a case for some workloads—probably not yours if you're listening to this; assume not, but when you have more context, maybe so—where, okay, we need to be across multiple providers for a variety of strategic or contextual reasons for this workload.That does not mean everything you build needs to be able to do that. It means you're going to make trade-offs for that workload, and understanding the boundaries of where that starts and where that stops is going to be important. That is not the worst idea in the world for a given appropriate workload, that you can optimize stuff into a container and then can run, more or less, anywhere that can take a container. But that is also not the majority of most people's workloads.Chris: Yeah. And I think what that comes back to from the security practitioner standpoint is you have to support not just your primary cloud, your favorite cloud, the one you know, you have to support any cloud. And whether that's, you know, hey, congratulations. Your developers want to use Tailscale because it bypasses a ton of complexity in getting these remote island VPCs from this recent acquisition integrated into your network or because you're going into a new market and you have to support Oracle Cloud in Saudi Arabia, then you as a practitioner have to kind of support any cloud.And so, one of the reasons that I've joined and I'm working on, and so excited about Steampipe is it kind of does give you that. It is a uniform interface to not just AWS, Azure, and Google, but all sorts of clouds, whether it's GitHub or Oracle, or Tailscale. So, that's kind of the message I have for security practitioners at this point is, I tried, I fought, I screamed and yelled and ranted on Twitter, against, you know, doing multi-cloud, but at the end of the day, we were still multi-cloud.Corey: When I see these things evolving, is that, yeah, as a practitioner, we're increasingly having to work across multiple providers, but not to a stupendous depth that's the intimidating thing that scares the hell out of people. I still remember my first time with the AWS console, being so overwhelmed with a number of services, and there were 12. Now, there are hundreds, and I still feel that same sense of being overwhelmed, but I also have the context now to realize that over half of all customer spend globally is on EC2. That's one service. Yes, you need, like, five more to get it to work, but okay.And once you go through learning that to get started, and there's a lot of moving parts around it, like, “Oh, God, I have to do this for every service?” No, take Route 53—my favorite database, but most people use it as a DNS service—you can go start to finish on basically everything that service does that a human being is going to use in less than four hours, and then you're more or less ready to go. Everything is not the hairy beast that is EC2. And most of those services are not for you, whoever you are, whatever you do, most AWS services are not for you. Full stop.Chris: Yes and no. I mean, as a security practitioner, you need to know what your developers are doing, and I've worked in large organizations with lots of things and I would joke that, oh, yeah, I'm sure we're using every service but the IoT, and then I go and I look at our bill, and I was like, “Oh, why are we dropping that much on IoT?” Oh, because they wanted to use the Managed MQTT service.Corey: Ah, I start with the bill because the bill is the source of truth.Chris: Yes, they wanted to use the Managed MQTT service. Okay, great. So, we're now in IoT. But how many of those things have resource policies, how many of those things can be made public, and how many of those things are your CSPM actually checking for and telling you that, hey, a developer has gone out somewhere and made this SageMaker notebook public, or this MQTT topic public. And so, that's where you know, you need to have that level of depth and then you've got to have that level of depth in each cloud. To some extent, if the cloud is just the core basic VMs, object storage, maybe some networking, and a managed relational database, super simple to understand what all you need to do to build a baseline to secure that. As soon as you start adding in on all of the fancy services that AWS has. I re—Corey: Yeah, migrating your Step Functions workflow to other cloud is going to be a living goddamn nightmare. Migrating something that you stuffed into a container and run on EC2 or Fargate is probably going to be a lot simpler. But there are always nuances.Chris: Yep. But the security profile of a Step Function is significantly different. So, you know, there's not much you can do there wrong, yet.Corey: You say that now, but wait for their next security breach, and then we start calling them Stumble Functions instead.Chris: Yeah. I say that. And the next thing, you know, we're going to have something like Lambda [unintelligible 00:30:31] show up and I'm just going to be able to put my Step Function on the internet unauthenticated. Because, you know, that's what Amazon does: they innovate, but they don't necessarily warn security practitioners ahead of their innovation that, hey, you're we're about to release this thing. You might want to prepare for it and adjust your baselines, or talk to your developers, or here's a service control policy that you can drop in place to, you know, like, suppress it for a little bit. No, it's like, “Hey, these things are there,” and by the time you see the tweets or read the documentation, you've got some developer who's put it in production somewhere. And then it becomes a lot more difficult for you as a security practitioner to put the brakes on it.Corey: I really want to thank you for spending so much time talking to me. If people want to learn more and follow your exploits—as they should—where can they find you?Chris: They can find me at steampipe.io/blog. That is where all of my latest rants, raves, research, and how-tos show up.Corey: And we will, of course, put a link to that in the [show notes 00:31:37]. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Chris: Perfect, thank you. You have a good one.Corey: Chris Farris, cloud security nerd at Turbot. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry insulting comment, and be sure to mention exactly which Azure communications team you work on.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. 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My Boy Izzy Reacts to and ranks some iconic english and japanese anime openings!Ranking S tier to D tierFollow Izzy!http://youtube.com/izzymantvhttp://youtube.com/dynastystyleInstragram.com/izzymusicInstragram.com/dynastystyleSKIP TO:Intro - 0:00 ATTACK ON TITAN S1 Guren no Yumiya LINKED HORIZON- 5:05ATTACK ON TITAN S2 Shinzou Wo Sasageyo LINKED HORIZON - 7:49ATTACK ON TITAN S4 PT 2 THE RUMBLING SIM - 10:01BEASTARS WILDSIDE ALI - 12:16BLACK CLOVER BLACK ROVER VICKEBLANKA - 14:20BLACK CLOVER GRANDEUR SNOW MAN - 16:02BLACK CLOVER GUESS WHO IS BACK KUMI KODA - 17:28BLUE LOCK Chaos ga Kiwamaru UNISON SQUARE GARDEN - 18:59Call Of The Night Daten Creepy Nuts - 20:46CHAINSAW MAN KICK BACK KENSHI YONEZU - 22:18Cowboy Bebop TANK! SEATBELTS - 23:46CYBERPUNK EDGERUNNERS THIS FFFIRE FRANZ FERDINAND - 25:08Death Note The World Nightmare - 26:40DEMON SLAYER Zankyou Sanka AIMER - 27:39DEMON SLAYER GURUNGE LISA - 30:18DIGIMON Butterfly Kōji Wada - 31:38DIGIMON DIGIMON INTRO Paul Gordon - 33:40DRAGON BALL GT Welcome To The Grand Tour Mark Menza - 36:02DRAGON BALL GT DAN DAN Kokoro Hikareteku FIELD OF VIEW - 36:48DRAGON BALL SUPER LIMIT BREAK X SURVIVOR Kiyoshi Hikawa - 38:30DRAGON BALL Z CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA Hironobu Kageyama - 39:45DRAGON BALL Z ROCK THE DRAGON Shuki Levy/Haim Saban - 40:44Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood Again YUI - 42:08G Gundam Flying In The Sky Yoshifumi Ushima - 43:10Gundam Wing Just Communication Two Mix - 44:41GUNDAM THE WITCH FROM MERCURY SHUKUFUKU YOASOBI - 45:36JOJO'S BATTLE TENDENCY BLOODY STREAM CODA - 47:06JOJO'S GOLDEN WIND FIGHTING GOLD CODA - 48:47JOJO'S GOLDEN WIND Uragirimono no Requiem Daisuke Hasegawa - 51:51JOJO'S PHANTOM BLOOD SONO CHI NO SADAME TOMMY - 53:05JOJO'S STARDUST CRUSADERS STAND PROUD JIN - 53:57JOJO'S STARDUST CRUSADERS END OF THE WORLD JO STARS - 55:08JOJO'S STONE OCEAN ICHIGO KISIDA KYODAN - 56:21JUJUTSU KAISEN LOST IN PARADISE ALI - 58:16KAGUYA-SAMA LOVE IS WAR LOVE DRAMATIC MASAYUKI SUZUKI - 59:51KAGUYA-SAMA LOVE IS WAR 2 DADDY! DADDY! DO! MASAYUKI SUZUKI - 1:01:07KAGUYA-SAMA LOVE IS WAR 3 GIRI GIRI MASAYUKI SUZUKI - 1:02:09MOB PSYCHO 1 99 MOB CHOIR - 1:03:48MOB PSYCHO 2 99.9 MOB CHOIR - 1:05:19MOB PSYCHO 3 1 MOB CHOIR - 1:06:01MY HERO ACADEMIA S6 HITAMUKI SUPER BEAVER - 1:06:55Naruto GO FLOW - 1:08:07NARUTO SHIPPUDEN SILHOUTTE KANA-BOON - 1:09:18Neon Genesis Evangelion A Cruel Angel's Thesis Yoko Takahashi - 1:10:54ODD TAXI SKIRT AND DJ PUNPEE - 1:12:07ONE PIECE WE ARE Kohei Tanaka - 1:14:22ONE PIECE ONE PIECE RAP Shawn Conrad/Russell Velàsquez - 1:16:52ONE PIECE FILM RED New Genesis ADO - 1:18:44ONE PIECE FILM RED BACKLIGHT ADO - 1:20:14POKEMON Aim to Be a Pokémon Master Cheru Watanabe - 1:20:53POKEMON Gotta Catch Em All Jason Paige - 1:22:23Sailor Moon Sailor Moon Theme Song/moonlight legend Dali - 1:24:15SPY X FAMILY PT 1 MIXED NUTS HIGE DANdism - 1:25:37SPY X FAMILY PT 2 SOUVENIR BUMP OF CHICKEN - 1:26:56TO YOUR ETERNITY PINK BLOOD UTADA HIKARU - 1:27:37TOKYO GHOUL UNRAVEL TK - 1:28:49Tokyo Revengers Cry Baby - 1:29:57URUSEI YATSURA AIUE MAISONDES - 1:30:54YA BOY KONGMING Chitty Chitty Bang Bang QUEENDOM - 1:31:43Yu Yu Hakusho Smile Bomb Sara White - 1:32:50Hunter X Hunter Departure - 1:33:37YUGIOH YUGIOH INTRO Wayne Sharpe/John Siegler - 1:34:18YUGIOH V O I C E CLOUD - 1:35:57YUGIOH SEASON 0 The FIELD OF VIEW Kawaita Sakebi - 1:37:00OMG NEWJEANS - 1:37:31Outro - 1:39:30Tell us what you thought about the video in the comments below! Open to all suggestions, even if you call me trash lol.Support the show
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BE A GREAT LEADER?John McMahon and John Kaplan welcome Dali Rajic, Chief Operating Officer at Zscaler, as he discusses his career in sales leadership, starting as a first-line manager and eventually becoming a Chief Revenue Officer (CRO). He gives advice for fron-tline managers, those coaching front-line managers, and those wishing to take their career to the next level. Dali discusses the difference between working hard and working efficiently, the anatomy of a great team culture, and explains an approach to results-based enablement. Learn more about Dali's work and achievements in this latest episode of Revenue Builders. Additional Resources:Support At-Risk Youth with National Runaway Safeline: https://www.1800runaway.org/Visit Zscaler's Website: https://www.zscaler.com/Connect with Dali on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dali-rajic-295912/Listen to More Revenue Builders: https://www.forcemanagement.com/revenue-builders-podcast HIGHLIGHTSThe Revenue Builders Podcast: A Conversation with Dali RajicThe Different Types of Leaders and What They Need to LearnThe Benefits of Being Vulnerable in the WorkplaceThe Second Line Manager's Role in SalesThe Differentiation Between First and Second Line ManagersThe Impact of Moving from Second Line to Third LineThe Importance of Keeping a Pulse on the BusinessThe Importance of Thinking Like an Executive in a Complex OrganizationThe Importance of a Strong Revenue Operations FunctionThe Importance of Being Selective with PromotionsThe Importance of Trust and Community in BusinessThe Impact of Sales on Organizational Culture and DevelopmentDali Rajic on the Importance of Training and DevelopmentThe Importance of Enablement in Career SuccessThe Power of Enablement and Rev-Ups in BusinessThe Importance of Enablement in BusinessLeadership Enablement: The Key to Inspiring ComplianceThe Importance of Marginal Gains and Training Sales LeadersLeadership Development in a Remote WorldThe Impact of Leaders on Sales PerformanceThe Three R's of Successful Sales: Recruitment, Readiness, and ResultsThe Importance of Coachability and Being a Team Player in a High-Growth CompanyThe Top Three Takeaways from Dali Rajic's Interview on Sales EnablementThe Importance of Leadership in Business QUOTESDali - A leader doesn't have all the answers: "Actually it's okay to be vulnerable because you think you got promoted, and you got to know everything except you don't know everything. All this talent on your team, and if you create a culture of mutual learning from one another, then it becomes really an approach of exchanging ideas, weighing them, trying to figure out what the best one is forward, you become a sounding board, you learn, evolve your thinking, now you can add more value."Dali - Celebrate every small win: “Everybody waits for like this big miracle to happen this big enlightenment this moment, and what you miss out is, if you're just waiting for the big moments, you miss all the little moments. And what we brought in is a concept of marginal gains, where we celebrated every small win.” Check out John McMahon's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Qualified-Sales-Leader-Proven-Lessons/dp/0578895064
Den har setts som komisk, camp och cool. Kallats pröjsare, preussare och porrig. Burits av militärer, musiker och moderiktiga män. Den är älskad och avskydd. Vi talar förstås om mustaschen. Skäggväxt på överläppen har under åren associerats med både diktatorer och fluktare. Den har fått förlöjligande öknamn som snorbroms och pornstache. Mustaschen har hånats, men den har också hyllats. Den är också gammal som gatan, redan från 600-talet finns avbildningar av mustaschen. Historiskt har den kopplats samman med militärmode, men i modern tid har mustaschen snarare förknippats mer med populärkulturella killar. Låt oss säga Charlie Chaplin, Freddie Mercury och Tom Selleck, listan kan göras lång. Och i veckans Stil dissekerar vi hur mustaschmodet genom decennierna skiftat och frågar oss om muschen nu är på väg att göra comeback? Vi tittar också närmare på den oönskade mustaschen, och den kamp som många kvinnor för mot hårväxten på överläppen. Hårborttagningsmetoderna är många, men hudterapeuten Nina Asgar visar oss en urgammal teknik, som under det senaste decenniet blivit populärare även i Sverige, nämligen trådning.Vi ringer också upp Dan Sederowsky, som är vice ordförande i Svenska Mustaschklubben. För det finns faktiskt just klubbar där mustaschprydda män träffas och umgås och samlar in pengar till välgörenhet. Det finns också mustaschtävlingar, både nationella och internationella, där män tävlar med sina mustascher i olika kategorier.Och så fördjupar vi oss i en av historiens mest ikoniska mustascher, nämligen den konstnären Salvador Dali gjorde till sitt signum. Det var på 1930-talet han började odla den, berättar Moderna Museets intendent John Peter Nilsson, och med åren blev den allt mer extrem. Dali använde sig ytterst medvetet av den så kallade "cykelstyremustaschen" för att odla sin image som ett underligt och avvikande original.Veckans gäst är Daniel Björk, modejournalist och chefredaktör för Bon Magazine.
Müdigkeit - ein Zustand des "Dazwischen", der inspiriert oder nervt.Für viele Menschen ist es unangenehm, müde zu sein. Müdigkeit kann zur Qual werden und einen davon abhalten, das Leben zu gestalten. Aber Künstler wie Dali hat sie wohl inspiriert. Müdigkeit eröffnet faszinierende Erfahrungen der Unschärfe.
Komunální volby v Moldavě na Teplicku vyhrálo uskupení Otevřeně k všem v čele s dosavadní starostkou Lenkou Novákovou. Sobotního opakovaného hlasování, které nařídil krajský soud, se zúčastnilo 90 procent voličů. Přišli i lidé, kteří byli ze seznamu voličů vyškrtnuti, ty ale komise k hlasovacím schránkám nepustila.
durée : 00:09:38 - Des vies françaises - par : Charlotte PERRY - Deuxième épisode de notre rencontre avec Patricia Herrscher en hommage à son papa, Michel, atteint de la maladie d'Alzheimer et décédé au mois de décembre dernier. Pendant cinq ans, Patricia s'est occupé de lui, mettant en place des stratégies cocasses mais efficaces pour prendre soin de lui.
Už skoro tradičně jsme si sedli s přítelkyní Kačkou a zhodnotili náš kulturní rok 2022. Nemohli jsme se vymlouvat na covid, ale přesto i my jsme změnili návyky. Držíme se v koncertech, ale méně chodíme do kina i čteme knihy, více posloucháme podcasty a zíráme na Netflix. Dali jsme si závazek navštívit okolní kluby či zajít na burlesku. Jaké byly naše nejlepší koncerty? Jak dopadly žebříčky na Spotify? Které filmy bychom doporučili? Kolik jsme stihli divadelních představení? Kdo z nás je více tolerantní a větší konzerva? Koho baví poslouchat podcasty o sexu a koho o fotbale? Kdo čte wikipedii a kdo Čtyřlístek pro ženy? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/milan-brta/message
Dali jste si novoroční předsevzetí? Chyba! Proč to nedělat vám vysvětlí naši hosté z Katedry psychologie FF UK v další várce Balastu, ve které prozkoumáme hlubiny našeho vědomí i nevědomí. V hlavním rozhovoru se s doktorem Jakubem Kuchařem zaměříme na terapeutickou praxi a na psychoanalýzu. Co terapeuti preferují před novoročními předsevzetími? Jak v terapii pracovat s antipatiemi k pacientům? A v čem dnes trochu křivdíme Freudovi? O Freudovi ostatně povídá také jeden z našich stálých hostů doktorand filozofie Marek Kettner, který popisuje, jak Freudova teorie pudu k smrti uvrhla filozofy do další krize. Studentka psychologie Lucie Štirská zase nabídne návod, jak projít přijímačkami, kam se každý rok hlásí přes 1000 zájemců. A nechybí ani sportovní seriál Karla Srnského. Obsah: Kalendárium – 1:07 Téma (host Jakub Kuchař) – 26:17 Odkazy z epizody: II. ročník Literární soutěže Jana Palacha Den otevřených dveří FF UK 2023 lyžařský kurz Katedry tělesné výchovy kniha doc. Petra Janečka Spring Man: A Belief Legend between Folklore and Popular Culture politologická přednáška Carl Schmitt's Bodin Ivan Meštrović (1883–1962): Sochař a světoobčan Hudba: Haštal Hapka Zdroje zvuků: YouTube, HBO
On this episode: On this episode: Artificial Intelligence has invaded the creative space, Courtney Love has beef with Brad Pitt, and nepobaby is now a slur. PLUS! The MCU in the library of congress, and who the hell its Jonah Feldstein?In news: AI programs, Dali, framed.wtf , Bruce Purkey, Find Your Film, Cinemddicts, chat.openia.com , Hallmark movies, Leelu Dallas Multipass, The Lighthouse, Children's book, Space Jame Shakespeare, Lord of the Rings, LoTR, Erotic MCFC fan fiction, Hereditary, Hell Raiser, Marc Maron, WTF, Barrack Obama, Courtney Love, Helena Bonham Carter, Brad Pitt, Kurt Cobain, Fight Club, Variety.com, Man on the Moon, Harvey Weinstein, Golden Globes, O Shea Jackson. Ice Cube, Lilly Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Psycho, Kevin Bacon, Keira Sedgwick, Dan Levy, Eugene Levy, Schitt's Creek, Ben Stiller, Jerry Stiller, Elizabeth Olsen, Dakota Johnson, Timothee Chalamet, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ron Howard, Laura Dern, Bruce Dern, Brendan Gleeson, Domhnall Gleeson, Friday the 13th, Jason X, Jason Takes Manhattan, God of War, Binge Movies, Adam Sandler, Library of Congress, MCU news, Infinity War, End Game, Titanic, Iron Man, Wakanda Forever, Ant Man Quanumania, Mardi Gras Carnival, Cab Calloway Home Movies, Cyrano De Bergerac, Charade, Scorpio Rising, Behind Every Good man, Titicut Follies, Mingus, Manzanar, Betty Tells her Story, Superfly, Attica, Carrie, Union Maids, Union out: the Story of our lives, Bush Mama, The Battle of Gregorio Cortez, Hairspray, The Litter Mermaid, Tongues Untied, When Harry Met Sally, House Party, Iron Man, Pariah, Listener Stephen, Avatar 2, Spider, MCFCpodcast@gmail.com, Jonah Hill Feldstein, Naomi Rapace, Lamb, Prometheus, Ola Rapacehttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Join the Patreon: www.patreon.com/MiddleClassFilmClass-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/Join the Patreon:www.patreon.con/middleclassfilmclassJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:Joseph:The Grinch, Polar Express, Prometheus, GDT's Pinocchio, Christmas Story Christmas, A Muppet Christmas Carol, Who Killed Santa?: A Muderville Murder Mystery, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, A Miracle on 34th Street, Gremlins, Tyler:This Place Rules, Kindred, Home Alone, Pete:All Quiet on the Western Front, Ford v Ferrari, Spider-Man trilogy, Wendell & Wild, Emily The Criminal, Babe, Alita: Battle Angel, Hussel, Banshees of Inishurin, Spirited, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
Recuerda que al suscribirte en el Newsletter, recibirás un enlace con el que puedes descargar todo lo que necesitas para unirte al reto #21diasdeautohipnosis Puedes unirte al Newsletter y encontrar todo sobre este proyecto aquí: https://linktr.ee/natalita_ Te espero cada lunes a las 7 AM en el programa Transformando Creencias con Natalita, a través de YouTube. https://natalia-pujols-rivera.aweb.page/p/816594b6-5727-493e-b929-6d2f48cfba6a Enlaces mencionados: Libro: The Power of your Subconscious Mind: Amazon.com: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (Roughcut): 9781585427680: Murphy, Joseph: Libros Artículos relacionados, si te interesa profundizar: The Law of Reversed Effort - Lifehack The law of reversed effort: Harder you try, harder you fall - Big Think ▷ Law of Reversed Effort: The more we want something, the more we push it away (psychology-spot.com) Time Your Power Nap Naturally with Einstein and Dali's Key Method (lifehacker.com) 3 Ways To Shift To an Empowered Mindset | Well+Good (wellandgood.com) How Dali, Einstein, And Aristotle Perfected The Power Nap (fastcompany.com) Émile Coué - The Will Project #NataliaPujols #hipnosis #hipnoterapia #hipnoterapeuta #podcastenespañol #puertorico #hipnosisPR #hipnosispuertorico #conexion #guias
„Tasub mõelda, kas õnnelikkus tuleb enda seest või baseerub see välisest tingitud õnnehetkedel,“ soovitab tänases Naistelehe podcastis Mõttekoht õnne- ja heaolukoolitaja Dali Karat lisades, et kõike siin maailmas on võimalik õppida. Ka õnnelik olemist. Õnnelik olemisele paneb alguse aga iseenda tundmine. „Elu on palju mitmekesisem ja rohkem armastust täis, kui me oleme iseendaga kontaktis,“ rõhutab Dali, kes erilist rõhku pöörab naiste õnnelikkusele. „Kui naised on õnnelikud, on palju rohkem ka õnnelikke mehi, õnnelikke perekondi, õnnelikke lapsi ja seeläbi muutub ka ühiskond õnnelikumaks,“ rõhutab ta. Kuidas siis aga ikkagi saada õnnelikuks? Üks võimalus on teha selleks erinevaid harjutusi, näiteks tänulikkuse harjutust. „Meil on ka kõige suurema tormi keskel alati vähemalt kolm kuni viis asja, mille eest iga päev tänulikud olla. Kui me neile tähelepanu pöörame, siis kastame iga päev mulda pistetud õnnelikkuse seemet, kuniks see ühel hetkel hakkab tärkama ja õide puhkeb,“ näitlikustab ta. Õnnelikuks saamisest, iseenda tundmaõppimisest ning naiseks olemisest värskes Naistelehe podcastis Mõttekoht uue aasta lävel räägimegi. Vestlust juhib Naistelehe toimetaja Silja Paavle.
Alors que la première édition réussie de Paris+ Art Basel vient de se conclure, on prolonge le plaisir avec Véra Kempf, la co-fondatrice de Singulart, la galerie d'art en ligne, qui rassemble 13 000 artistes venus de 130 pays différents. L'entreprise, créée en 2017, accompagne peintres, sculpteurs et photographes vers un nouveau canal de distribution et offre aux collectionneurs la possibilité de découvrir des talents du monde entier.Jusqu'à l'arrivée du Covid et des confinements, ce monde d'initiés n'avait jamais imaginé pouvoir vendre une œuvre d'art en ligne. Et en plus avec les prix affichés. On touchait au blasphème ! C'est pourtant devenu aujourd'hui une réalité.Mais avant de casser les codes, Véra Kempf et ses trois associés ont dû s'accrocher. “Ce ne sont pas de vrais artistes que vous représentez”, pouvait ainsi entendre l'entrepreneure lors des premières foires d'art auxquelles Singulart participait. Cinq ans après sa création, l'entreprise est devenue une marque internationale, capable de vendre des œuvres de 250 euros à plusieurs centaines de milliers d'euros. Et même un Picasso, un Dali, un Renoir le temps d'un partenariat.Depuis ses 13 ans et du haut de son poste de jeune élue au Conseil Général Jeunesse de Savoie, Vera Kempf est animée par l'envie de monter des projets. “J'ai su tardivement que ça s'appelait entreprendre” confie-t-elle. Élève studieuse et appliquée, elle entre à Sciences Po. Elle rêve d'engagement public, de politique, de commission européenne, d'ONG. Mais c'est lors d'un stage à la chambre de commerce de Pointe Noire au Congo-Brazzaville qu'elle aura le déclic “A force de côtoyer des entrepreneurs, je me suis sentie très proche d'eux et je me suis dit “en fait, c'est peut-être ça que j'ai envie de faire.”Dans cet épisode de 40 Nuances de Sista, elle raconte le chemin tortueux d'une entrepreneure “stressée”. Elle revient sur sa rencontre avec Denis Fayolle et Brice Lecompte, le moment “où ça commence à prendre”, le rôle de la data, l'expérience de marque Singulart avec les artistes et les collectionneurs, le dernier projet de la maison, balthasart mais aussi la dernière levée de fonds de 60 millions d'euros, closée en un (presque) temps record entre son retour de congé maternité et le départ en congé paternité de son associé, le meilleur argument au monde pour imposer son timing et accélérer le closing.Cet échange est aussi le moyen de découvrir l'humilité et la méticulosité avec laquelle Véra Kempf s'attaque aux sujets de notre époque : environnement, mixité sociale, parentalité, diversité, valorisation du travail des femmes artistes. Elle nous partagera son goût de la lecture, se confiera même sur son groupe de lecture “le JJ Club” et on parlera du podcast “Les couilles sur la table”.Côté “Sista”, Véra a choisi son amie Emilie Vialle, la CEO de Snapkey, avec qui elle partage ses joies et ses doutes d'entrepreneure. “C'est la fille qui a le plus d'énergie au monde”. On confirme.Dans cet épisode, on cite Vincent Huguet de Malt, Carole Zibi, Denis Fayolle, Catherine Deneuve, “Les Cahiers d'Esther” de Riad Satouff, “Lean In” de Sheryl Sandberg, Daphné Aubé de Caractères.A vos écouteurs
Get ready for this year's Arts Madness Tournament with a quick refresher on Salvador Dali. Season 6 of Who ARTed will have 64 mini episodes over the next 64 days to help you learn about all the artists/artworks listeners can vote on in this year's tournament. Arts Madness Tournament links: Check out the Brackets Tell me which artist you think will win this year's tournament Give a shoutout to your favorite teacher (I'll send a $50 Amazon gift card to the teacher who gets the most shoutouts on this form by Feb 27) Salvador Dali's most famous painting is The Persistence of Memory from 1931. The painting is surprisingly small just 9 ½ by 13 inches or slightly larger than the average sheet of paper. It is one of the most widely recognized and referenced images of the surrealist movement. For those who don't know it by name, you will likely recognize the description of clocks melting in the desert. The melting of clocks much like the ambiguous figure in the middle of the composition reference a metamorphosis. Things are in a state of flux. Ants crawl all over the clocks like fruit left to rot on the ground. Dali referred to this work describing time as a soft cheese and yet with all of the absurdity, there are realistic elements drawn from the landscape of his home in Spain. There is an unsettling mix of the real and absurd which served as a device surrealist artists would use to call into question the rational world and whether things truly are as hard and fast as we might at first perceive them to be. The clocks melt because even time, like all things, is relative and malleable. Other episodes to check out: The full episode on Salvador Dali from season 3 Art Smart - Surrealism Who ARTed is an Airwave Media Podcast. Connect with me: Website | Twitter | Instagram | Tiktok Support the show: Merch from TeePublic | Make a Donation As always you can find images of the work being discussed at www.WhoARTedPodcast.com and of course, please leave a rating or review on your favorite podcast app. You might hear it read out on the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do relácie Na stope s Ivanom Megom prišiel bývalý člen gangu Mikuláša Černáka Slavomír Surový. Ten prehovoril o piatich vraždách, ktorých bol sám svedkom. Opísal detaily, z ktorých bežnému človeku naskakujú zimomriavky. Na vlastné oči videl likvidáciu zabijaka mafie Pavla Lenharta, vraždu poľského milionára Grzegorza Szymaneka, uškrtenie Imricha Olaha, ale aj veréjnu popravu mafiánskeho bossa Petra Novotného alias Tigra či jednu z najkrvavejších vrážd Gustáva Slivenského. Išlo o likvidáciu bývalého policajta, ktorého hlavu našli na aute s policajnou čiapkou na sídlisku kde Slivenský býval. „Keď Csemy oddelil tu hlavu tak ju umýval v umývadle, potom si robili srandu mu tam cigaretu dávali do úst. Dali ju do vedra a dali ju pod schody z bočného východu hotela Gerlach. Potom mi Černák kázal aby som to vedro vybral a dal ju Mellovcom do kufra." Pre viac videí z kriminálneho a politického prostredia sleduj Na Stope s Ivanom Megom.
The Wednesday Addams Dance blew everyone away and it's definitely worth checking out! If you're a fan of the show, or just looking for something fun to watch, then you need to check out this episode! On this episode of "Opinions That Don't Matter Podcast," Sean St. Louis and Kati Morton review the show, discuss back pain, bad posture, and possible treatments. Come for the conversations stay for the free nominal healthcare advice. Beverage taste test: Split decision… Ora Bora Basil Cherry Google Nest issues Physical Therapies…. Fixing Back pain issues. 4 weeks to see a specialist… Lots of specialists are on social media Bad posture can cause issues… Are chiropractors a good idea? Turkish massages are a bit rough. Should your masseuse talk to you? The Cold plunge Wednesday Addams - Netflix review Great show. Great cast. Lots of fun… Wednesday's dance scene In the news: Sam Bankman Fried was arrested - FTX FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried arrested in the Bahamas after U.S. files criminal charges Moscow Idaho - unsolved murders: A month after 4 students were killed, police have yet to name a suspect as University of Idaho enters final exam week https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/13/us/university-of-idaho-student-killings-month-later/index.html First there was picasso, then Dali, Now… this REDDIT FIND: animalsinthings Vote for your favorite 1-7 in the comments Audience Letters • Beware of the black strap - Aa M • Fisherman's soup and a question about charity - Peter in Hungary Amazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimorton CONNECT Discord community https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9z The OTDM census form https://forms.gle/qFZM3ywPzrpKMkKfA Speakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDM Kati TikTok @Katimorton Instagram @katimorton Sean TikTok @hatori_seanzo Instagram @seansaintlouis Roxy Instagram @roxytheadventurer BUSINESS Linnea Toney email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otdm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otdm/support
On this week's show we look at an article at CE Pro which is a list of 12 products that CE Pro writer Bob Archer thought were 2022's products of the year. We only look at two products. One that is unobtainium and the other a mere mortal can buy today. We also have a buying guide that is a bit different than our usual one. We also read your email and take a look at the week's news. News: Bowers & Wilkins And McLaren Automotive Launch Px8 McLaren Edition Headphone Bally Sports Content Is Available to Samsung Smart TV Users Google Home routines keep saying that the Nest x Yale lock has ‘been unlocked' Oppo's hi-res audio chip could finally make wireless earbuds sound as good as wired Other: Monoprice Blackbird 4K HDMI Audio Extractor Ara's Woodworking Join the Flaviar Whisky Club and get a free bottle Bob Archer's 2022 Products of the Year We found this article (Bob Archer's 2022 Products of the Year) at CE Pro which is a list of 12 products that CE Pro writer Bob Archer thought were, as the title suggests, 2022's products of the year. We are going to highlight two products on the list, one is unobtainium and the other a mere mortal can buy today. The rest of the items on the list are things that most people can buy and a few that we dream of buying. Please check it out, it's linked in the show notes. Unobtainium DALI KORE Loudspeaker Taking a step up into the rarified air of high-end audiophile speakers, the Danish company DALI applied its impressive R&D resources to the development of its $110,000 Kore loudspeakers. Emphasizing the company's fundamental audio philosophies and a return to its Danish roots through the use of Danish labor and raw materials, the KORE performs at extremely high levels. The 88dB, 4-ohm speaker delivers a frequency response of 26Hz to 34kHz and the statuesque speakers nicely complement a range of home designs and amplifiers to deliver lots of musical fun. By the way, each speaker weighs 148Kg (not pounds!!!). In pounds that's 325!!! I thought this was funny! From the user's manual: Disposal - If you want to dispose of your DALI KORE speakers, don't mix them with your general household waste. In accordance with EU legislation, a separate collection system for used electronic products enables private households in EU member states, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Norway to return used electronic products free of charge to designated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar replacement product). If you reside in a country not mentioned above, please contact your local authorities to determine the correct method of disposal and prevent any potential negative effects on the environment and human health For Mortals Epson Pro Cinema LS12000 4K PRO-UHD Laser Projector If the projector category had a pound-for-pound ranking like the UFC, the leader of the pack would be Epson's LS12000 laser projector. The 2,700-lumen LS12000 features the company's 4K PRO-UHD pixel shifting technology, along with its 32-bit ZX Picture Processor and laser light engine that delivers up to 20,000 of lamp life. The LS12000 produces nice levels of image brightness, color performance and image clarity. You can find these online for $5000. Projector Central rates this projector Performance 5 Stars, Features 4 ½ Stars, Ease of Use 4 ½ Stars, and Value 5 Stars. Gift Buying Guide We usually do a buying guide this time of year but you can sum it up like this. Go to Costco and buy an OLED or QLED TV by either Samsing, Sony or LG. And if you are budget conscious take a look at Vizio or TCL. Yes that is an oversimplification but this year we wanted to help you find something that the music, movie or smarthome lover will be thrilled to unwrap. So without further ado, here is our 2022 gift giving guide for Audiophiles, Movie Lovers and Smarthome Owners. Audiophiles Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO, Audiophile Turntable with Carbon Fiber tonearm, Electronic Speed Selection and pre-Mounted Sumiko Rainier Phono Cartridge $600. The new Debut Carbon EVO represents the epitome of Pro-Ject's philosophy: high performance, clean aesthetics, and superb value. The elegant, simple aesthetic is unmarred by gimmicky lights, sliders, and buttons. It is a pure, high-performance turntable. Hi-Fi, The History of High-End Audio Design $85 "Gideon Schwartz's book goes on a visual journey through the innovative world of home stereo design, from the tank-like amplifiers of the ‘50s to the sleek streaming hubs of today. Hi-Fi's 272 pages are filled with photos of iconic systems, including Bose's earliest forays into loudspeakers, and Dieter Rams' famous all-white turntable design for Braun. Warning: Perusing this book may result in eBay-fueled debt."―Wired Online Custom Audio Rack/Furniture (prices vary $250 up to $3000) These stands are designed to be simple and elegant. Depending on your requirement, many designers can custom build something just for you! Typical designs come with enough shelf space to hold a turntable and amplifier with enough room left over for your record collection. Movie Lover Movie Posters - Movie posters are easy to find on Amazon or ebay. The real old ones are expensive but you can find replicas for as little as $10. Framing costs more. Custom Acoustic Panels ($100 24”X24”X1”) - Get better sound while adding a nice visual element to your theater with acoustic panels. Movie Logbook Notebook $26 - Sure you can set up a spreadsheet with this information but where's the fun in that! Keep this log book in your theater and keep a diary of what you watch and who you watched it with. Home Automation Starter Kit ($200) - There are so many starter kits out there but for this list we decided on simple lighting system to dip your toes in the automation arena. We also chose the philips hue lights because they are compatible with everything and will support matter soon. Start with one room and work your way up to your entire house. Hubitat Elevation ($99.95) - For that someone who is a little more technical and does not want to be beholden to a cloud system for their home automation, this gift is ideal! By combining the advantages of local automation processing with cloud IoT connectivity, Hubitat's innovative Hubitat Elevation hub ensures personal data privacy and is more reliable and responsive than competitive cloud-based solutions. Hubitat Elevation is compatible with popular home automation devices, comes with a variety of built-in apps, and has an active user community to share ideas, insights and solutions. Smart locks - There are plenty of smart locks out there to choose from. Last week we had a listener write in about his Level Invisible Lock. They range in price from $199 up to $399 depending on style and lock mechanism. The best thing about these locks are that they don't need to change the style and look of the original lock. There are models by Schlage and Kwikset as well. But for these you really need to know the style and look of the lock you are replacing.
Sutra se, u borbi za brončanu medalju sastaju se nogometne reprezentacije Hrvatske i Maroka. To je tek četvrti puta u povijesti svjetskih prvenstava da se momčadi nakon grupne faze sastanu i u nastavku natjecanja. I Hrvatska i Maroko zbog ozljeda i umora, morat će prilagoditi momčad novonastalim uvjetima, a bez obzira na rezultat, za Vatrene se u Zagrebu priprema svečani doček.
Iako je izbacivanjem jednog od favorita za osvajanje svjetskog prvenstva Brazila, Hrvatska već iskoračila dalje od očekivanog rezultata, momčad Zlatka Dalića ne namjerava tu stati. "Sami smo si sad napravili problem, no kad smo već tu idemo probati otići i korak dalje", ironičan je izbornik Dalić.
Dan prije utakmice s Brazilom u četvrtzavršnici Svjetskog nogometnog prvenstva u Kataru na konferenciji za novinstvo govorili su izbornik najbolje hrvatske nogometne vrste Zlatko Dalić i kapetan momčadi Luka Modrić. U prepunoj dvorani stranih i domaćih novinara svi su nešto htjeli pitati Luku
Suparnik hrvatske nogometne reprezentacije u osmini finala Svjetskog nogometnog prvenstva je pomalo iznenađujuće najbolji sastav Japana. U četvrtzavršnici sudar titana, igrat će Engleska i Francuska. Nizozemci će na Argentince. Utakmice osmine finala još su pred Brazilom i Južnom Korejom, Marokom i Španjolskom te pred Portugalom i Švicarskom.
Muťo v drese Chelsea, Čeryšev v politicky korektnej nominácii, Oscar v zlatej klietke a Thiago Silva medzi nesmrteľnými hráčmi svetových šampionátov. @futbalovy_var ti prináša Fortuna https://www.ifortuna.sk/ * https://www.buducnostjevasa.sk/sk/tesimsa * https://digigo.digislovakia.sk/ Next? VAR NAŽIVO!!! Na Pontone v Bratislave, 11.12. o 19:00. Vstupenky IBA na www.zapotour.sk Produkcia by ZAPO https://www.zabavavpodcastoch.sk/ Na TikToku a na IG nás nájdeš ako @zapoofficial https://www.instagram.com/zapoofficial/?hl=sk
The road can be hard but it can also have some cool benefits. In this episode, Matt and I talk about how our road travels brought us amazing dates in New York and Las Vegas. Listen in for how a bad gig can lead to a cool experience! To get transcripts, links, and details from each episode, check out the show notes. To continue your support of the podcast and my work, become a member of my Patreon community where you can get access to archived episodes, bonus episodes, and behind the scenes content. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter, for podcast clips, poetry quotes and random quips. For information on how to book me to speak or perform at an event, visit amenabrown.com. Thanks for listening and thanks for your support! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4. Nas grandes calamidades, a caridade se emociona e observam-se impulsos generosos, no sentido de reparar os desastres. Mas, a par desses desastres gerais, há milhares de desastres particulares, que passam despercebidos: os dos que jazem sobre um grabato sem se queixarem. Esses infortúnios discretos e ocultos são os que a verdadeira generosidade sabe descobrir, sem esperar que peçam assistência. Quem é esta mulher de ar distinto, de traje tão simples, embora bem cuidado, e que traz em sua companhia uma mocinha tão modestamente vestida? Entra numa casa de sórdida aparência, onde sem dúvida é conhecida, pois que à entrada a saúdam respeitosamente. Aonde vai ela? Sobe até a mansarda, onde jaz uma mãe de família cercada de crianças. À sua chegada, refulge a alegria naqueles rostos emagrecidos. É que ela vai acalmar ali todas as dores. Traz o de que necessitam, condimentado de meigas e consoladoras palavras, que fazem que os seus protegidos, que não são profissionais da mendicância, aceitem o benefício, sem corar. O pai está no hospital e, enquanto lá permanece, a mãe não consegue com o seu trabalho prover as necessidades da família. Graças à boa senhora, aquelas pobres crianças não mais sentirão frio, nem fome; irão à escola agasalhadas e, para as menorzinhas, o leite não secará no seio que as amamenta. Se entre elas alguma adoece, não lhe repugnarão a ela, à boa dama, os cuidados materiais de que essa necessite. Dali vai ao hospital levar ao pai algum reconforto e tranquilizá-lo sobre a sorte da família. No canto da rua, uma carruagem a espera, verdadeiro armazém de tudo o que destina aos seus protegidos, que todos lhe recebem sucessivamente a visita. Não lhes pergunta qual a crença que professam, nem quais suas opiniões, pois considera como seus irmãos e filhos de Deus todos os homens. Terminado o seu giro, diz de si para consigo: Comecei bem o meu dia. Qual o seu nome? Onde mora? Ninguém o sabe. Para os infelizes, é um nome que nada indica; mas é o anjo da consolação. À noite, um concerto de bênçãos se eleva em seu favor ao Pai celestial: católicos, judeus, protestantes, todos a bendizem. Por que tão singelo traje? Para não insultar a miséria com o seu luxo. Por que se faz acompanhar da filha? Para que aprenda como se deve praticar a beneficência. A mocinha também quer fazer a caridade. A mãe, porém, lhe diz: “Que podes dar, minha filha, quando nada tens de teu? Se eu te passar às mãos alguma coisa para que dês a outrem, qual será o teu mérito? Nesse caso, em realidade, serei eu quem faz a caridade; que merecimento terias nisso? Não é justo. Quando visitamos os doentes, tu me ajudas a tratá-los. Ora, dispensar cuidados é dar alguma coisa. Não te parece bastante isso? Nada mais simples. Aprende a fazer obras úteis e confeccionarás roupas para essas criancinhas. Desse modo, darás alguma coisa que vem de ti.” É assim que aquela mãe verdadeiramente cristã prepara a filha para a prática das virtudes que o Cristo ensinou. É espírita ela? Que importa! Em casa, é a mulher do mundo, porque a sua posição o exige. Ignoram, porém, o que faz, porque ela não deseja outra aprovação, além da de Deus e da sua consciência. Certo dia, no entanto, imprevista circunstância leva-lhe a casa uma de suas protegidas, que andava a vender trabalhos executados por suas mãos. Esta última, ao vê-la, reconheceu nela a sua benfeitora. “Silêncio! ordena-lhe a senhora. Não o digas a ninguém.” Falava assim Jesus.
Bol v poisťovni, v banke, dlho sa hľadal, no aj veľa sa naučil. Michal Belej zaujal blogmi Eastern Hipster a Troška Troska, kde publikoval pod alter egami. Hoci bol nešťastný vo vzťahu, ťažkú situáciu ventiloval humorom. Anonymita mu dovolila hovoriť o živote queer ľudí, ale aj intímnych témach. V Teplej vlne prezradil, ako pokračuje jeho osobný príbeh, ale aj projektov, ktorým sa venuje. Prácu v reklamnej agentúre mení za istú mieru neistoty na voľnej nohe, ktorá mu však dáva slobodu. V podcaste si spomína aj na to, ako mu rodičia dohadzovali rande s dievčatami s veľkými krížmi na krku. Ako ho ovplyvnilo, že vyrastal v katolíckej rodine? Ako sa darí kampaniam, ktoré zobrazujú aj život queer ľudí? Epizódu sme nahrávali ešte v lete, pred vraždami pred barom Tepláreň. Teplá vlna je podcast Divadla NOMANTINELS, v ktorom sa rozprávame so zaujímavými osobnosťami a ľuďmi zo slovenskej queer komunity o ich živote, inšpiratívnych veciach, ktorými sa zaoberajú a odvahe, ktorá im pomohla prekonať predsudky okolia. Rozhovory moderuje Andrej Kuruc a Marek Hudec.
Tuna Club of Avalon, Albacore Club, gentlemen's clubs, Elizabeth Short, Black Dahlia murder, Henry E. Huntington, Huntington family, incest, Otis/Chandler family, General Harrison Otis, Harry Chandler, Norman Chandler, Elizabeth Short's ties to the military, the significance of 1947, twilight language of the Black Dahlia murder, 39, 22, Feast of Fools, Saturnalia, Feast of the Ass, Glasgow smile, Victor Hugo, "The Man Who Laughs," George Hodel, George Hodel's communist ties, George Hodel as a spy, the Philippines and the significance of, surrealism, German Expressionism, Dali, Man Rey, John Huston, Orson Welles, "The Black Dahlia" novel & film, James Ellroy, Brian DePalma, Pantages Theater, Masonic references, Jack the Ripper, Celtic paganism, sex tapes, pornography involving Hollywood, Frank Lloyd Wright, Lloyd Wright, Anne Baxter, Wright family and buildings, HJ Whitley, Charles E. Toberman, Masons, Shiners, William Potter Gale, Christian Identity, militias, far right, "Society," Zeph Daniel, Satanic ritual abuse, gang stalking, claims by Zeph, Brian Yuzna, Stuart Gordon, University of Wisconsin at Madison, August Derleth, HP Lovecraft, Lovecraft in fiction, Fortean, Screaming Mad George, use of surrealism in "Society," references to Albacore Club and Black Dahlia murder, military intelligence references, Billy as programmed killer, mind control, shape shifting, film as ritualMusic by: Keith Allen Dennishttps://keithallendennis.bandcamp.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kto má nárok na rodičovský dôchodok? Odkedy tento nárok vzniká a ako sa bude vyplácať? Aká je jeho výška, z čoho a ako sa vypočíta? Ako ho budú rodičia/dôchodcovia dostávať. Budú sa môcť dozvedieť, koľko zarábajú ich deti? Čo treba urobiť, ak nechcete, aby vaši rodičia dostávali rodičovský dôchodok, alebo ho dostával niekto iný? Kedy dostanú dôchodcovia prvé rodičovské bonusy? Všetko sa dozviete v relácii Ide o peniaze - s Martinom Kontúrom, hovorcom Sociálnej poisťovne.
Dalí Amador es músico, violinista, escritora, poeta y compositora con una trayectoria artística de treinta años conversa con Lorena Mora-Mowry sobre su primera novela urbana «Reggaeton». «Reggaeton» cuenta la historia del Castigador X, un cantante latino que triunfa en el mundo de la música: su camino hacia la fama, los amigos, las mujeres, el dinero. Rafael Armenteros Benítez tiene el talento y tiene, además, lo que cualquier hombre puede soñar, pero no es del todo feliz y hay un íntimo motivo que debe aceptar para recomenzar su vida. En este recorrido, además, se descubren las historias de quienes lo rodean y, con ellas, las de migrantes de diferentes países de Latinoamérica hacia Miami, en búsqueda de sueños o de una vida mejor. «Reggaeton» ya está disponible en las tiendas digitales. Dalí Amador ha trabajado como productora musical y arreglista para algunos sellos discográficos cubanos y latinoamericanos. Es compositora y Licenciada en Pedagogía en Enseñanza de la Música. En los últimos años, Dali se ha dedicado a escribir literatura para adultos y trabaja como trabajadora social para el condado de Hamilton, determinando la elegibilidad para programas de ayuda estatal, específicamente para residentes no naturalizados.
Theo and Leona of the World Bugle (Team E-O to you) return for another scoop. (they originally appeared in Cultists Stole My Baby!) Written and produced by Julie Hoverson Cast List Theo - Henry Marks Leona - Robyn Keyes Chief - Julie Hoverson Larry - Dave Fontenot Baby Dali1 - Julie Hoverson Baby Dali2 - Risa Torres Baby Dali3 - Danar Hoverson Waitress - Sirena Raine Melody - Tanja Milojevic Harmony - Cailean Evedus Other Dalis - Marleigh Norton, Kat Pryde, Gwendolyn Gieseke-Woodard, Kimberly Gianopoulos, Kimberly Poole, Brittney Cruz Music by Josh Woodward Dali Song - Music by Reju (used under creative commons license), words by Arthur O'Shaugnessy, Sung by Julie Hoverson Editing and Sound: Julie Hoverson Cover Design: Julie Hoverson "What kind of a place is it? Why it's an infamous newsroom, can't you tell?" **************************************************************************** Whatever Happened to Baby Dali? Cast: [Opening credits - Olivia] Chief Theo "Smoothie" Walsh Leona Pope Dali 1 Other Dalis Melody Harmony Waitress Larry Four Reporters OLIVIA Did you have any trouble finding it? What do you mean, what kind of a place is it? Why, it's a notorious Newsroom, can't you tell? MUSIC SCENE 1 SOUND bullpen REPORTER 1 So your sister said - oh, not YOUR sister, a NUN named SISTER. REPORTER 2 Drinking the vinegar counteracts the toxins in the system due to-- REPORTER 3 Fourteen people just vanished? Were you on any mind-altering substances? REPORTER 4 Yes, if you spell it backwards it certainly does make the word-- SOUND DOOR CLOSES THEO Chief? I - uh-- [breaks off in horror] SOUND RUSTLE OF TAFFETA CHIEF Whaddaya think? THEO [freaked out] Are you... getting married? [squeak] In white? LEONA [quiet] Are you really asking? THEO Uh-- CHIEF Nah - scared ya didn't I? THEO Uh-- CHIEF Don't worry. I'm still eligible. THEO Uh--? LEONA Back away. Don't take your eyes off her. CHIEF Whaddaya think? It's a little tight in the gut. Gonna have to cut some of them carbs. THEO [trying] Yeah. That would do it. CHIEF At least I got the shoulders to pull off strapless. Hey, where you going? THEO Uh--! LEONA Eager to get to work. You know these young pups. CHIEF Good attitude. Interview room 3. THEO Oh, good! LEONA [side of her mouth] Quick. SCENE 2 SOUND DOOR SHUTS THEO what was that? LEONA It's June. THEO And? LEONA Happens about this time every year. THEO Why? LEONA Bridal feature pull-out? I don't know! [hissed] I don't ask! [commanding] Room 3. THEO Oh, right. SOUND DOOR OPENS LEONA You go first. THEO Right. [a beat] Holy cow! It's her! LEONA Chief doesn't move that fast. Especially in a train. THEO No, I mean - I mean - It IS you, isn't it? DALI 1 Is it safe here? THEO Why does everyone ask that? LEONA Who does he think you are? DALI 1 I'm - I'm Baby Dali. THEO I knew it! I love your music. LEONA We don't do publicity stunts. C'mon, Smoothie. SOUND HUSTLES HIM OUT OF ROOM, DOOR SHUTS THEO We don't? LEONA Of course we do. When we arrange them. Part of our job - your job - is to protect the Bugle from being used for anyone ELSE's cheap publicity. THEO Oh. But Baby Dali's been missing for fourteen days! LEONA Probably in rehab. THEO No! No one knows where she's been! If we could break the story-- SCENE 3 LARRY Hey! You'll never guess who I just took a call from! THEO Ratboy? LEONA State mental health board? LARRY [gloating] Baby Dali. She's ready to come home, and called US to break the story! THEO Wait, but she-- SOUND SLAP LEONA [covering] When did she call? LARRY Just now. THEO Where did she say she was? LARRY Hah! No way. This is MY scoop! [running away, laughing] My ticket out of the bullpen! [stops, turns back] Hah! THEO That's ... sad. LEONA Yeah. Send a stripper. Come on. THEO Where are we going? LEONA [exasperated] Room 3? THEO Aha! SCENE 4 SOUND DOOR OPENS LEONA Sorry about that. Had to do some quick fact checking. THEO Yeah! Make sure you're really.... [melting] Really her. DALI 1 Precisely the problem! Proving I'm her! I mean me. LEONA [muttered prompt] Oh? THEO [gasp] Oh? DALI 1 I'm plagued with posers! LEONA [sigh] Aren't the solid black sunglasses and white fright wig a bit of a giveaway? THEO [infatuated] I knew who you were the moment I saw you. DALI 1 You have a nice face. THEO I do? LEONA My colleague will now take notes. SOUND PEN, PAPER, SLAPPED DOWN THEO Yeah.... MUSIC SCENE 5 SOUND IN CAR THEO Where are we going? LEONA Following Larry. THEO Who? LEONA [disgusted sigh] THEO [getting it] Oh, him! How do we find him again? LEONA He hasn't left yet. THEO How do you know? LEONA I ordered donuts. DALI 1 Oh! LEONA Shh. You're not here, remember? DALI 1 [singing] I swear! THEO Why is she hiding in the back seat under your gym bag? LEONA One - so she won't be seen, since she won't take off that wig. DALI 1 It is my own hair! LEONA Like hell. I saw it shift. DALI 1 It is a wig - but it IS my own hair. LEONA [shudder] uhhhhh. THEO And two? LEONA Two what? THEO You said that was reason one. What's two? LEONA So you can focus, dumbass. THEO Oh. LEONA There he goes! Keep your eyes on the green Camaro. THEO Camaro? LEONA [growl] Green car. Coming out of the parking garage! THEO Gotcha. MUSIC SCENE 6 AMB PARK LARRY [giving a code phrase] The dog flies in the springtime. DALI 2 [squeaky] Yellow is the color of my true love's eyes. LARRY You sound... different. DALI 2 I use a voice modulator on stage. LARRY Ah. So. The world is listening. Tell me your story. DALI 2 Listening? Aren't you from the print media? LARRY Oh. Yeah. I was speaking figuratively. DALI 2 I see. Anyway... I have a really big story, but I have to be certain it will see print! LARRY Of course! SOUND FOOTSTEPS STORM UP DALI 1 Imposter! DALI 2 Imposter! LEONA [off, whispered] I thought you were watching her! THEO [vague] Uh-huh. LEONA Go get the story dumbass. THEO But you? LEONA I can take photos from here. THEO [vague] Okay. SOUND SLAP LEONA Did I mention I'm not giving warnings any more? LARRY [angry] You? No way! The tale of two Dalis is all mine! THEO I - we - brought one of them. LARRY Then dance with the Dali you came with! It's only fair! DALI 1 She's a fake! DALI 2 She's a fake! THEO Waitaminute. You don't even sound like-- BOTH DALIS Autotune!! DALI 3 [chiming in] Autotune. THEO Oh. Huh? Three? MUSIC SCENE 7 WAITRESS All, righty then - that will be 3 orders of waffles, three fruit cups- ALL DALIS It's the only thing vegan on the menu. WAITRESS And two pots of coffee. Comin right up! SOUND DOOR OPENS SOUND DINER NOISES SOUND DOOR SHUTS, CUTTING OUT THE SOUND LEONA [prompting] Ok, this isn't going to last forever - someone will say something, eventually, and then these three won't be an exclusive any more! LARRY Exclusive to all three of us. I get my credit, too. THEO Of course! Fair is fair. LEONA [muttered] I got your credit right here. DALI 1 Can we get on with this? DALI 2 I have a recording session in two hours. DALI 3 No, I do. DALI 1 How can they be so much like me? LEONA Ask them some questions - figure out which is the real one. THEO Right. Ok. Which of you is the real Baby Dali? ALL DALIS I am. DALI 3 Or should I say [singing] I am me and no one else is. LARRY Sounds convincing to me. LEONA I think that one's a guy. THEO That doesn't help... there's been "speculation" about Dali. LEONA [disgusted noise] Ugh! At least let me get some snaps while you think. SOUND TAKING PHOTOS THEO Gee, they even pose alike. LARRY I guess it will all come down to DNA. THEO I don't think so. Dali is a notorious germophobe, and a compulsive clean freak. [nervously over explaining] According to her official web page, which I only browsed for informational newspaper business reasons. LARRY Yeah, me too, but I didn't read much. Those costumes are pretty skimpy. THEO Don't be so creepy, not right in front of her - uh, them. SCENE 8 SOUND DOOR KICKED IN THEO Whoa! LARRY [faints] Uhhh... LEONA I'll be in the... uh... Corner. THEO Stop right there! MELODY You're not giving orders here! HARMONY Yeah. Get those hands up where we can see them. LEONA Keep them talking, this is great. THEO Talking? LEONA Find out what they want. THEO They're dressed like ninjas. MELODY What did you say? THEO Nothing! MELODY I heard you, and I have perfect pitch. THEO oh. Nothing ... uh... uncomplimentary. MELODY [getting closer] Do you know who we are? LEONA Say no. THEO Uh, no? and - and I don't want to, because that way I can never identify you or even report you for robbing a waffle house! MELODY [scoffing] Waffle house! HARMONY We care nothing for your waffles. THEO Uh, ok. ALL DALIS We're having the fruit cup. MELODY No. No fruit cup today. You are coming with us. Just you three. LEONA You can't just leave us here. We might-- [prompting] might--? THEO Uh, what? LEONA We might [prompting] do something? Ugh! THEO We might tell [heavy import] THEM. MELODY [horrified] How do you know about THEM? LEONA I'm actually impressed. THEO oh... Everyone knows about THEM. But only a select few know how to reach THEM. LEONA Smoothie. MELODY [grim] right. You will come with us as well. HARMONY What about the sleeping one? Does he know THEM? LEONA Oh, him? He doesn't know anyone. MUSIC SCENE 9 SOUND WALKING, ECHOEY MELODY Stop! THEO Can we take off the blindfolds now? MELODY Harmony! Take off the blindfolds. And search them. We don't want any messages getting to THEM. SOUND RUSTLING ALL DALIS [general interjections of annoyance like Hey! Stop! Ouch! Ooh!] HARMONY Give me your phone. LEONA Here. SOUND ZIP HARMONY What's this, in your bag? [confused, examining a camera] It has a lens like a phone, but it's awfully big. And it doesn't even have a keypad. LEONA Hmph. It's an antique. Keepsake. I keep meaning to have it mounted on a keychain. HARMONY It's big for a keychain. LEONA [exasperated] I'll never lose my keys. Besides, I still use the flash... uh - flashlight function sometimes. See? SOUND CAMERA SNAPS HARMONY Oh. Ok then. And you. THEO Be gentle. LEONA [sarcastic aside] Be careful. At least she left on the ninja mask. [up, to Theo] find out what's going on. THEO Harmony, is it? A codename, I'm sure, since you and your partner there are clearly too smart to use your real names in front of your victims - I mean in front of civilians. HARMONY [noncommittal grunt] Hmph. THEO All right. I'm not asking for me, but what do you plan to do with the Baby Dalis? I worry that something bad is going to happen. HARMONY Nothing bad. To them. THEO That's a lower case "them," right? Not a THEM them? MELODY Enough chit-chat! You probably know why we brought you here-- LEONA Not a clue. THEO No. MELODY We are the Secret Protectorate Aligned to Reduce or Control Leaching of Entertainers. THEO Leaching? Huh? MELODY We needed an "L". LEONA Sparcle? [snort of almost laughter] THEO Tell me more. I'm a good listener. MELODY You don't know it, friend, but there's a celebrity crisis happening every 20 minutes, and no one else is trying to help! THEO No? Really? MELODY That - those three - are proof of the latest perfidy the government has in the works. ALL DALIS We are? MELODY [definite] Cloning. THEO Wow. ALL DALIS Uh... DALI 3 [panicked] I need to use the bathroom. MUSIC SCENE 10 [Whispered conversation] DALI 1 Yes, my disappearance was a publicity stunt, and yes I am the real Baby Dali. LEONA Heh heh - just like To Tell The Truth. DALI 2 What? LEONA God I feel old. THEO And the other two - you and ... her? DALI 2 Professional Dali impersonator. I was just taking advantage of the vacuum left by her-- SOUND DOOR OPENS, FEET ENTER DALI 3 [crying and running in] MELODY Do not worry, Baby Dalis, we are only here to liberate you and facilitate your re-entry into society. LEONA Like a celebrity dogpound. THEO Wait! MELODY What? THEO Uh-- LEONA Better make it truly, monumentally good. DALI 2 Way to take the pressure off. THEO Uh, what if I were to tell you I'm a reporter for the Weekly World Bugle? MELODY I would be forced to kill you. HARMONY We're not yet ready to reveal our manifesto to the world. THEO Ah. Good thing that would have been a ruse, then, eh? LEONA We're gonna die. THEO But you have to ask yourself, then, how DO I know about THEM? Moment of silence MELODY [cold] I don't have to ask anything. HARMONY [shocked] Melody! You know that we can't do that! [cut off] MELODY Shh!!! How do I even know that you know about THEM, eh? LEONA I do not want to die at the hands of bimbos named after the bugaloos. THEO [ominous but vague] Do you know about the government connection? MELODY [shocked] You know? THEO But it's not who you think it is. They want us to believe it's this department, or that [hinting] bureau, when ultimately... [trails off suggestively] HARMONY He does know! THEO The officials in question might just find themselves a little less able to sleep at night, if they knew that you knew that I know that THEY know just what's behind it all. MELODY Do you know the countersign? THEO Like that incident last month. [breaking his train] The what? LEONA [muttered] Bugaloos. THEO What? MELODY [suspicious] It almost sounds like you're one of us. Do you know the countersign? LEONA [muttered] Benita Bizarre? THEO Uh... Josie and the Pussycats? LEONA [exasperated] Damn! MELODY Welcome brother! LEONA [impressed] Damn! MUSIC SCENE 11 AMB DIFFERENT ROOM SOUND STEPS MELODY Don't speak yet. SOUND MUSIC TURNED ON MELODY It jams any listening device. THEO I love this song. MELODY It seemed fitting. [suddenly brisk] So. What do you know about the cloning project? THEO Uh... nothing specific. We've had our eye on suspicious activity for quite some time. MELODY Damn. I was hoping. THEO But-- MELODY What? THEO Well... I don't think they can be actual "clones". Don't they take years to grow? And Baby Dali only really got famous with her song "Treehouse victim" last year. MELODY You underestimate the cloning process. The technology is there. THEO Oh. But they're not... perfect copies...? MELODY That is the trickiest part. They are clearly mixing DNA. THEO Clearly? MELODY Yes. The squeaky one is probably mixed with that creepy chick from Poultergeist. THEO Ri-i-ight. And the other? MELODY [definite] Morgan Freeman. THEO Uh, yeah. SOUND DOOR FLUNG OPEN HARMONY (breathless) We've found more! There must have been a breach at the Baby Dali containment center! THEO Containment Center? MELODY They had to breed them some place. THEO Tell me, do you guys see a lot of Elvises? MELODY How many? THEO Thousands. MELODY No, I mean how many Babys have we found? HARMONY Four more, and another 8 possible sightings. THEO That's a lot of Dalis. MUSIC SCENE 12 SOUND DOOR OPENS, SCUFFLE SUDDENLY STOPS SOUND FEET, DOOR SHUTS THEO What are you doing? DALI 2 I want to take this all off and get them to let me go! But they won't let me! LEONA Naked? That'll be a photo op. DALI 2 Just the makeup and wig! DALI 1 Never tarnish the illusion. THEO Don't! Their belief in this clone thing might be the only thing keeping us all alive. DALI 3 Besides, I can't take it off - I've had surgery. THEO [creeped out] Oh? DALI 3 For my FACE. Not down there. That's probably what started all the rumors. DALI 1 I love the rumors. DALI 3 [starstruck] You do? Really? LEONA Shh! SOUND SILENCE, DOOR OPENS HARMONY Get in there! SOUND SEVERAL PAIRS OF FEET LEONA More? THEO Oh, yeah. They've been finding more of them. SOUND DOOR SLAMS, LOCKS DALI 4 They took me right off the stage! DALI 5 I was on a date. DALI 7 Busking in the subway. DALI 8 [bad asian accent] I Baby Dorry. DALI 6 I was working a party. THEO And no one tried to stop them from taking you? DALI 6 What could 6-year olds do? THEO Oh. [gets it] Ohhh. DALI 9 I like your glasses. Are those Couture? DALI 10 Knockoffs, but they're good aren't they? I'll give you the url. LEONA Even if one of them does get naked, I don't think it will stop them. [up] Haven't you - no I mean you - already done that on stage? ALL DALIS I am a SPECTACLE! LEONA She's done just about everything on stage except light her farts. THEO That's it! ALL DALIS We're vegan. LEONA Don't look at me. THEO I don't mean [hinting] lighting gas... LEONA You lost me. THEO Have you ever seen the movie Gaslight? MUSIC SCENE 13 THEO Hey! You better get in here! SOUND LOCK UNLOCKING LEONA One more shot. SOUND SNAPSHOT SOUND DOOR OPENS HARMONY [horrified] What happened? Where's their hair? MELODY Is she - uh, that one - dead? THEO [strange voice] She is dying of captivity. ALL DALIS [chanting together] We are the music makers and we are the dreamers of dreams. MELODY But she's still talking. THEO Mechanical convictions. HARMONY I love that song. MELODY Brother Theo, what happened? THEO There is more at work here than you can comprehend. I like you. LEONA Straight from Gaslight to Star Trek. Smooth. MELODY What? THEO But I hate you. HARMONY You're mean! SOUND SHE GOES RUNNING OFF, CRYING ALL DALIS [CHANTING ALONG] World-losers and world forsakers, on who the pale moon gleams. THEO Oh! Uh-- LEONA Don't back off. THEO Right. [trying to match the Dali tone] We are the Music Makers and We are the Dreamers of Dreams. LEONA You do realize she didn't write that, don't you? MELODY [confused] Why are you just speaking it like that, why aren't you singing? THEO [creepy whisper] Because - we have no melody! MELODY [disturbed] But-but I'm Melody! THEO Are you? Are you even here? MELODY I - I am! And I still have the gun - uh... [horrified] My gun?! LEONA Plan B. SOUND GUN COCKS LEONA [commanding] Time to go. THEO Ok, we-- LEONA Quick, before they decide on an encore. MUSIC SCENE 14 CHIEF Good thing you got them all moving. LEONA We got pictures of them both with and without the wigs, and of them leaving to get on a special charter bus. THEO They painted the name on the side really fast. LEONA No, that's actually a company that only gives tours to Dali impersonators. THEO Go figure. Do they have an Elvis bus too? LEONA Yeah. But they get fewer drag performers. CHIEF [reminiscent] Yeah. They serve deep fried bananas, and spin a wheel to see which color outfit gets to sit shotgun. [breaking out] Uh, uh - I mean, I hear they do. LEONA [quick, changing the subject] Right. We've got at least four stories out of this. THEO And something for Larry. LEONA [annoyed and horrified] What? THEO He was in on it, too. [sheepish] at the beginning. CHIEF Larry? Larry who? LEONA From the switchboard. CHIEF Look kid. Being nice ain't how news gets made. It's just a fact o' life. THEO Well... If we don't give him something, he might take what he DOES have and go to another paper. LEONA You want to give him a story? THEO [weakly] He could have the waffle house kidnapping. LEONA [long suffering sigh] I guess. As long as he leaves our names out of it. You just volunteered to edit it. THEO Okay. CHIEF So what else do you have for me? THEO Mass migration of dalis. LEONA [snickering] SPARCLE. THEO The sublimation of and abrogation of self in the gestalt identity of celebrity. LEONA Seriously? THEO I can spin it. CHIEF Nice. Big words make people believe crap like that. Whatever it is. THEO I meant an article on how people try and be like famous people. CHIEF Keep the big words. It sounds better. THEO I'll find some experts. LEONA [another idea] There's also that thing about whether she is a he. Theo found out-- THEO Uh, no. CHIEF What do you mean? THEO The real one wouldn't confirm or deny. LEONA Even when she kissed you? THEO Yeah, well... [shrugs] A Dali is a Dali. CHIEF You could do something with that, you know. On the puzzles page. Get three of them and one fake impersonator. LEONA [chuckles] CHIEF Put pictures of them all in a four box grid and stick some clues in as to which is which. Run a little contest. Think about it. [commanding] In your office. I have to call someone about flowers. THEO [thinking back to the wedding thing] Flowers? For? CHIEF Truman at the Guardian when he drops dead seeing our headlines. THEO Ohhh. Good. LEONA Come on. CHIEF Eh. Maybe I should just send that stripper. SOUND DOOR SHUTS SOUND THEY LEAVE - THIS FADES ACROSS THE BULLPEN LEONA I like the puzzle idea, though we should make it 9-up, like the brady bunch. THEO Who? LEONA [angry growl] Nostalgia. Look it up. THEO Who will be the fake impersonator? LEONA She did say you have a nice face. THEO NO way! LEONA I have to take the picture. REPORTER 4 We actually already have all the Dalis we can use. REPORTER 3 No, thanks, but if you have an MJ sighting? No? REPORTER 2 Anything else? Photo of the prez stepping into a spaceship? REPORTER 1 Yes, yes I'll ask - can we use anything from Ringo Starr? He's on the line and-- ALL REPORTERS Naaaaaaaah. FADE TO END
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Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 456. In this edition we heard music by Fools Garden, Anima Morte, Cydemind, Devin Townsend, Kush, Arena, Jean-Luc Ponty, Izzy Waan, Peter Gabriel, Adventure, Ben Craven, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Tea & Symphony, Space Druids, Dali's Car, New Musik, XTC, Vangelis, Uriah Heep & GoGo Penguin.
durée : 00:40:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - En 1956 et 1957, Salvador Dali donnait une série d'entretiens à Robert Mallet sur la Chaîne Nationale, dans les deux premiers il évoquait son génie, la méthode de la "paranoïa critique", sa relation avec Picasso. - invités : Salvador Dalí Artiste peintre (1904 - 1989)
Adam is joined by Nina Dali who discusses her journey into spiritual transformation as a result of a breakup from a long relationship. This led her to question her own beliefs and thoughts and to rebuild a new way of thinking. Nina discusses personal responsibility, change, how to build a strong relationship with yourself, and the key quotes that help her to think about transformation and personal change. http://be-more-you.com/ https://www.instagram.com/bemoreyouofficial/
(1) Hetty Helsmoortel tourt door Vlaanderen met een wetenschappelijke theatershow (2) Coucou De Namur (3) Meisjes die niet beter zijn in wiskunde, krijgen toch meer punten. Middagjournaal van Bas Birker
Only his mother and Micky D., call Lol, LaurenceBudgie posits, Micky D., polished the shoes on the tour bus Were the banshees upset when Robert left the Banshees?What would have happened - had that not happened?Strangeness in the Studio Robert there, but not there - nothing was said there.Bobby Keys only for Hyaena - It was a long album.Bob's position was untenable. Ideal of the band was primo important to Lol Post Pornography Chemistry Dysfunction (PPCD)Lol went to Cadaques with a French girl They had a cat on a lead – Dali-esque.Hyaena and The Top, released simultaneously!The Top was restful - Japanese Whispers – was a fitting title Budgie visited the filming of The Walk video and most Cure videos Did Severin want Robert to remain a Banshee?Lisa from Newcastle carved the Fish guitar .Budgie spots the Cure constant – (?)Pornography was the pinnacle of the 3-piece Cure Budgie recalls Robert and sister Janet sitting side-by-sideRecording the harpsichord for Dear Prudence Songs built from Jams - until they're not.Did the Banshees change Robert or did Robert just change? Where The Banshees always a 3-piece at heart? “What did we say Budgie?”“I dunno' what did we say Lol?”“We said, what we said, is what we said.”“'Nuff said then…” CONNECT WITH US:Curious Creatures:Website: https://curiouscreaturespodcast.comFacebook: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialTwitter: @curecreaturesInstagram: @CuriousCreaturesOfficialLol Tolhurst: Website: https://loltolhurst.comFacebook: @officialloltolhurst Twitter: @LolTolhurst Instagram: @lol.tolhurst Budgie: Facebook: @budgieofficial Twitter: @TuWhit2whooInstagram: @budgie646Curious Creatures is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Dans ce nouvel épisode d'ICI C'EST BEAU, nous partons à la découverte d'un des monuments les plus inédits jamais pensé par UN SEUL HOMME : le Palais Idéal du Facteur Cheval (et nous avons de la chance car ce lieu est France). Voici l'histoire d'un monsieur incroyable et utopiste, qui a décidé de faire de ses rêves une réalité !! Monsieur Cheval était facteur ET glaneur de pierres… Durant 33 ans il a construit son palais idéal dans son jardin, sans rien connaître à l'architecture. Son inspiration, il la puise dans les cartes postales qu'il distribue tout au long de sa vie de facteur et surtout dans la nature autour de lui. Son palais ne ressemble à rien que l'on connaisse déjà. Une architecture invraisemblable, des façades remplis ornements comptant de fabuleuses histoires. Picasso, Dali, les surréalistes... tous admirent cette oeuvre architecturale et se mobilisent pour qu'elle soit classée monument historique au titre de l'Art Naïf. Retrouvez L'index Où est le beau ? > ICI < Pour candidature à l'index, envoyez moi un mail sur : email@example.com >> SUIVEZ MOI SUR INSTAGRAM @ouestlebeau >> Pour écouter les épisodes : Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Deezer et sur le site de HOME Magazine 48h avant tout le monde ! >> Inscrivez-vous à la NEWSLETTER pour recevoir (2x mois) le beau dans votre boite mail >> CREDITS Où est le beau ? est un Podcast créé et réalisé par Hélène Aguilar Edition et montage : Marine Kergrohen Identité graphique : Catherine Sofia
Before Zscaler's Dali Rajic arrived at his current company, he helped grow AppDynamics from $7 million in annual recurring revenue to nearly $1 billion — and for his next move, he knew he had to do something even bigger. That's why he was excited to transition to Zscaler's COO in February after more than two years as its CRO: “It was a job worth taking because it stretched me and it made me uncomfortable.”In this episode, Dali and Joubin discuss the state of tech M&A, the meaning of wealth and comfort, the value of hard work, being perceived as intense, going into business instead of science, inspiring your kids, bucketing how your spend your time, integrity and self-awareness, how to recognize your teammates' contributions, injecting tension, cutting through the noise, demanding excellence of yourself, celebrating the moment, and allowing yourself to unwind.In this episode, we cover: Adobe's $20 billion acquisition of Figma, compared to Cisco's 2017 acquisition of AppDynamics (01:18) What AppDynamics could have become if it hadn't sold (08:17) Remembering your roots when you get a life-changing amount of money (12:26) Growing up in Germany, and why Dali came to the US when he was 16 (18:56) Living to work and finding fulfillment (23:16) The old-school sales style vs. the new generation's (26:10) The unusual way Dali got hired at AppDynamics, and how he thinks about the arc of his career (30:15) Asking for the things you want and prioritizing your responsibilities (35:59) Hiring mistakes and what traits Dali looks for in candidates (45:36) How to turn big wins into learning moments (50:28) The benefits of making people “uncomfortable” in their jobs (55:23) Maximizing yield for individuals vs. organizations (01:01:39) Why Dali schedules his time off as strictly as his time on (01:08:35) Links: Connect with DaliLinkedIn Connect with Joubin Twitter LinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Kleiner Perkins
St. Anthony of the Desert is one of the most interesting saints of all. He is what is known as a "desert father" - and his legend largely involves his time spent meditating on God, as well as his courageous battles against the demonic. His stories have inspired some of the most famous artists of all time, such as Michelangelo and Dali, as well as inspired those who also may want to move into the desert to pray - or those battling demons of their own. This saint is personally interesting to me, as he's a saint that often hated being asked for things while alive - and in some cultures, he is also seen as a saint to not mess with as a spirit either, but when he does come through for you, he comes through in a very powerful way. This episode begins with my take on a famous story of St. Anthony, and ends discussing his lore, legend and more. For more bonus content as well as show notes and more join the Patreon here: http://www.patreon.com/anthonystongue
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Athena Movie Review - Romain Gavras - Dali Benssalah - Sami Slimane - Anthony Bajon - RTS Subscribe: InspiredDisorder.com/rts Binge Ad Free: InspiredDisorder.com/plus Show topic: Hours after the tragic death of their youngest brother in unexplained circumstances, three siblings have their lives thrown into chaos.Director: Romain Gavras Writers: Elias Belkeddar, Romain Gavras (Writer), Ladj Ly (Writer) Stars: Dali Benssalah, Sami Slimane, Anthony Bajon JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Members only discounts and dealsRay Taylor Show AD-FREE + Bonus EpisodesLive Painting ArchiveComplete Podcast Back CatalogueRay's Personal Blog, AMA and so much MORE!Daily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022 Today, in the Hot Notes: Donald finally files suit to demand a special master in the Mar-a-Lago search warrant case; the judge in the Lindsey Graham subpoena battle sets a very expedited briefing schedule; files copied from voter systems were shared with election deniers; and the gang of 8 wants to review what was taken from Donald's boxes; plus your Good News. Follow the Podcast on Apple: http://apple.co/beans Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/dailybeanspod Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) How We Win Fund swingleft.org/fundraise/howwewin Listener Survey: http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=BffJOlI7qQcF&ver=short Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Good News Link: https://vocal.media/petlife/how-to-move-to-france-with-your-cat Promo Code Thanks to Dipsea for supporting Daily Beans. Get an extended 30 day free trial when you go to dipseastories.com/dailybeans.