Episode 566 Scott Adams: Who Will Win Democrat Debates, Odds of War With Iran, Foreign Influence

Content: 

  • President Trump is schooling America on how to be smart
    • Russian citizen offers you information, what’s your objective?
  • Iran should “trust their God” and allow their people internet access
  • MAJOR healthcare news…and it wasn’t reported by ANY network
  • Mexico can’t admit the cartels control their northern border area
    • Mexico can’t do anything about the cartels
  • Comparing social media traffic across platforms…topic related censoring?
  • Democrat debates:
    • Who is capable of breaking out as a star?
    • Who will see their poll numbers drop after the debates
  • “Poortown” concept for cheap water, cheap energy, improved homes
    • New standards to improve quality of life

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Episode 561 Scott Adams: Sleepy Joe Health Rumors, Alyssa Milano’s Influence on Biden, Nuclear Embarrassment

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Content: 

  • NO nuclear in Bloomberg’s climate change solution proposal?
  • Speculation and concerns about Joe Biden’s health
    • Visualize Joe Biden and President Trump on stage together
  • Matt Gaetz’s questioning of John Dean associating Nixon Watergate
  • WHAT does Russia want and pursue…that we don’t want them to have?
  • WHY the NYT is knocking the Mexico immigration agreement success
  • Bill Maher notes Hillary committed obstruction and “facts don’t matter”  
  • Andrew Yang’s blind spot about how white people think
  • Tips for being accepted by typical conservative white people
  • Alyssa Milano’s transition from actress to powerful, influential activist
  • How event witnesses can monetize their experience

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Influence Peddler: The Sustainability Bunch

A burgeoning pack of stylish women — whether their following is mega or micro — are peddling their influence into sustainability. Here are five notable ones from across the globe using their platforms to promote ethical fashion brands, spread eco-conscious messages and encourage users to create a positive impact on the planet:
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Name: Lauren Singer
City: New York
Instagram followers: 272,000
Who is she: Singer was an environmental studies major in college who made the conscious decision to live “zero waste” in 2012. She learned about Bea Johnson, a woman in California who was producing little to no garbage, when she decided to join the cause and lessen her impact on the environment. In addition to her account and namesake blog, she has founded The Simply Co., a three-ingredient organic and vegan laundry detergent. She also set up the Package Free Shop in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn selling products with no or recyclable packages.
Reasons to follow her: Her Instagram feed not only offers a glimpse of her life and businesses, but is full of suggestions to actively join the movement with daily actions. Contents range from second-hand shopping guides and zero-waste holiday gift lists, to tutorials for a waste-free hair-care routine and even homemade natural cold

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Episode 307 Scott Adams: Facebook Election Influence, AOC, Swalwell, Creepy Joe, Kirsten Powers

Topics: 

  • Your political opinions are assigned to you by your media sources
  • Facebook influenced the elections by including a “vote” button
    • Not all users were shown the “vote” button
    • Targeted users were more likely to vote
  • Kirsten Powers (CNN) said…
    • Anybody who voted for Trump is a racist
  • Any and all immigration policies are racist, that can’t be avoided
  • Deciding someone is racist by assumed intent is mind reading
  • Swalwell and AOC are using President Trumps persuasion techniques
    • 14 million illegals were never going to be deported
    • Swalwell aggressive ask on firearms never going to happen
    • AOC provocative statements about impossible to fund policies
    • Don’t confuse technique with actually being crazy
  • Kamala Harris hearing question about racial targeting
    • Kamala doesn’t have a nickname…what’s that mean?
  • Joe Biden is a boring, weak, gaff prone version of President Trump

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Episode 278 Scott Adams: How the Latest News Will Influence the Midterms

Topics: 

  • President Trump hosted the Young Black Leadership Summit
    • 400 Black leaders of tomorrow met President Trump
    • Event was held at the White House
  • Recent horrors, filtered as two movies on one screen
  • Which movie is supported by President Trump’s reactions?
  • Which movie is NOT supported by President Trump’s reactions?
  • The biggest Republican turnout in history is poised to happen

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INFLUENCE PEDDLER: Camille Charrière on Diversifying Beyond Instagram and Her Debut Fashion Documentary

LONDON — Camille Charrière has been a pioneer of blogging platforms and social media from the get-go. But as the influencer market becomes more and more saturated, she has been experimenting with ways to cultivate her voice and shine a spotlight on behind-the-scenes stories that often get forgotten in the fast-paced world of Instagram.
Her first project came in the form of the podcast “Fashion No Filter,” hosted alongside the writer and fellow influencer Monica Ainley. The duo readily took on the challenge of producing in-depth discussions about fashion by stripping away the visuals and encouraging their listeners to flex their imagination muscles. The result was a series of humorous audios that discussed topics ranging from sustainability to the street-style phenomenon and feminism, with the likes of Roksanda Ilincic, Caroline de Maigret and Chloé president Geoffroy de la Bourdonnaye taking part.
Building on the success of the podcast, Ainley and Charrière went on to produce a documentary with French TV channel Paris Premier that will make its debut on Sunday and examine all things style and fashion through a tongue-in-cheek compare-and-contrast exercise of the British and French fashion capitals.
Here Charrière, who is already plotting season two of “Fashion No Filter” and more

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Narcotics deeply influence self observation. In this article I experiment with several different types of intoxicants to help understand the many facets of the psyche and to prove that we are the sum of our own self perceptions.
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Influence Peddler: The Blogger Baby Boom

Influencers have a new way to up their earning power: getting pregnant.
As evidenced by a surplus of babies and toddlers populating the Instagram photos, videos and branded content of leading content creators, coupled with a number of them revealing pregnancies late last year, a new era in the ever-evolving social media landscape is taking shape. Influencers of all types are using their clout to redefine what it means to be a mother today. This group doesn’t fit into the traditional “mommy blogger” mold, nor do they want to. They are creating a new type of hybrid influencer who can forge a connection with their audience and create a dialogue about motherhood in a way that a celebrity never could — while at the same time collaborating with some of the largest global fashion and beauty brands.
Just look at Chiara Ferragni, Leandra Medine and Arielle Charnas, who revealed pregnancies in rapid succession this past October, November and December, respectively.
Ferragni’s Instagram post from Oct. 28 in which she told followers she was having a baby with fiancé Fedez, an Italian rapper, has racked up 1.1 million likes and nearly 30,000 comments to date. In the post, she wrote “Hey guys…We’re gonna be parents

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Influence Peddler: Yang Mi

Yang Mi, the 31-year-old actress and global ambassador for Michael Kors, is an unusual presence on social media. Her Sino Weibo microblogging account, with an astounding 77.5 million followers, is updated sporadically with cat pictures, brand partner posts and selfies in which the actress famously shows only half her face.
Her demeanor is serious and she rarely smiles, which makes Mi an unusual female celebrity presence in China — and also Asia more broadly — where cute and kitschy personas have traditionally been popular with young fan girls. But in giving very little away, Mi has managed to make the masses want ever more.
Mi’s style, and her penchant for mixing high and low, couture and street, is also a major draw for young followers in China who are seeking a fashion path more nuanced than the homogenous top-to-toe looks that were popular with previous generations of Chinese consumers, who focused purely on labels to convey style status. “[Yang Mi] very much puts her own imprint on what she wears, she could wear a boy’s suit and it would still feel feminine and elegant,” said Michael Kors, during a recent trip to Shanghai. “When we work with actresses and celebrities, I like

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I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence (Unabridged) – Amy Sedaris

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I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence (Unabridged)

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Genre: Comedy

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Publish Date: October 6, 2006

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10 years later: The build, stunning end, and influence of the 2007 Patriots

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Under the Influence – Lewis Sky

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Under the Influence

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Release Date: October 7, 2015

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Looking at Instagram’s Influence on Fashion as the App Turns 5

lanvin spring 2016

“What is relevant today? Is it need or provocation? Can fashion and theater coexist?” riffed Alber Elbaz backstage at Lanvin this season. Elbaz’s line of questioning feels especially pertinent now, when the need for an Instagram-worthy moment is as important to some brands as a critic’s review or accessories sales. “I can speak straight to my Balmain army, instantly, and I am making fashion for them,” Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing said in this week’s New Yorker. “It is too bad for critics if they cannot understand this, but the truth is now that their critiques do not matter.” Elbaz, for his part, opted to serve both masters, sending out intricately cut and tailored pieces in black and white for the first third of his show, and filling the last two-thirds with some of the sparkliest, most joyous, picture-worthy clothes of the entire season. The popular adage is that Instagram is changing the way we see fashion, turning it into an industry with international appeal and a WME/IMG-backed channel for Apple TV in the works. But the app has done more than change the way we engage with fashion—Instagram is changing clothing itself.

Take a look at the trends people will be talking about now that the shows have wrapped. In one corner, you have the eye-catchers—sequins, glittering embellishments, metallics, logo-mania, feathers—and in the other, the revealers—lingerie dressing, off-the-shoulder cuts, transparent fabrications that reveal the female form underneath gauzy tulle and chiffon. If these ideas sound familiar, it’s because they’re the strategies that Instagram’s most-followed stars employ. There are the eye-catching accounts (Nicki Minaj, et al) and the revealing ones (Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and, in some ways, Beyoncé). Fashion’s biggest trends seem to be drawing inspiration not from these women, but from the way these women market their lives on the social platform. (It’s worth noting that the majority of Instagram’s top-followed accounts and most-liked photos come from female-run accounts, only making it more appealing to the fashion world.)

Runway fashion is meant to reflect and react to our contemporary world, and in this way the apparent internalization of Instagram techniques and strategies into fashion seems not only smart but necessary. Still, for the Luddites among us, there’s a question that’s worth asking this season: Where are the clothes that are neither sequined nor see-through? Or rather, what do clothes that aren’t intended to be seen on Instagram or on the red carpet (the Instagram of the Old World) look like?

 



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The answer seems to lie, as it frequently tends to, with Phoebe Philo and Céline. Backstage at her Spring 2016 show, Philo spoke of “an escape”—and not the kind you hashtag #ibiza. “It’s about taking her out of urban life and putting her feet on the sand. It’s where I long to be, more and more,” Philo said. “I am somebody who is interested in how clothes make us feel and in how we behave in different places. I thought, If you were traveling for a year, what would you need to take with you?”

Philo’s fashion escapism was realized in a mélange of easy-to-wear pieces. Portrait-necked milkmaid tops with corset boning walked beside ribbed knit midi dresses and proper English tartans redone as oversize trousers and, yes, a few revealing slip dresses. These are clothes that real women will wear—the women you don’t hear about on social media. The good news about Philo’s structured creations is that they’ll pair nicely with the Instagram-friendly glittering and sheer pieces put forth by her peers. Can women really have it all? This season, you can—sparkly, see-through, and starkly real.

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Review: ‘Keith Richards: Under the Influence,’ in His Own Gravelly Words

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Debbie Gibson turns 45: A look back at her ’80s style and teen influence

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Benz Shelton Explains Kid Cudi Influence & “Trippy Ass White Boy” Origins

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I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence (Unabridged) – Amy Sedaris

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New York’s MoMA explores Yoko Ono’s influence through her early art

The Museum of Modern Art puts Yoko Ono’s early work on display. Alicia Powell reports.


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Rap’s Impact Outweighs Influence of The Beatles: Scientific Study

The impact of hip-hop's arrival on the pop music scene eclipsed that of the Beatles-led British invasion of 1964, a computer analysis of 17,000 songs has found.
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Robert De Niro’s Anxiety of Influence: Remembering the Artist Premieres

Back in the 1970’s when Robert De Niro was breaking out in films–Bang the Drum Slowly, Mean Streets, Taxi Driver–his dad Robert De Niro, Sr. was a painter of note, influenced by the European modernists Manet, Matisse, and Picasso, but never to equal the fame of his actor son. By the time De Niro, Sr. died in 1993 of prostate cancer, he left behind a significant body of work, journals and other writings revealing pride in his actor son, homosexuality, and depression. Now De Niro, the son, encouraged by his Tribeca Films producing partner Jane Rosenthal put together a documentary about his father, Remembering the Artist, directed by Perri Peltz and Gita Gandhbir that will air on HBO on Monday night.

On Thursday night at the DC Moore Gallery in Chelsea, Robert De Niro’s paintings eclipsed all the stars. The actor’s friends, Christopher Walken, Thelma Schoonmaker, Regis Philbin and wife Joy praised the work. Tony Bennett, a painter, had never met De Niro’s dad, admiring the exhibit. In fact, De Niro had a show in Peggy Guggenheim’s Art of the Century gallery, a major early recognition, and continued to exhibit throughout his life. The exhibition catalogue lists his shows with bibliography and also features a 1958 ARTnews essay about the artist with photographs by Rudy Burckhardt.

Albert Kresch, a fellow painter, speaks about the artists’ milieu, the Cedar Tavern, as a mecca for abstract expressionists like Kline, DeKooning, and Pollock, noting that De Niro would have nothing to do with it, feeling himself superior, as art world tastes shifted toward the commercial and pop Warhol, Lichtenstein and Kelly. Little is revealed about Virginia Admiral, De Niro’s mother, a painter too of some early acclaim who met her husband studying with Hans Hofmann in Provincetown. She stopped painting, needing to be more practical, she told her son, a resonant glimpse of the talented, pioneering women of that time, and their thwarted ambitions.

At a Q&A after the MoMA screening, Gita Gandhbir said it was most difficult to make a lively film portrait when the subject is dead. With De Niro’s wistful interview at center, the documentary remembers a significant artist of his time, and stands as an eloquent tribute of son to father.

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