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DREAMCATCHER

Genre: K-Pop

Price: $ 11.99

Release Date: February 18, 2020

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WIRED Tradecraft – Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read Body Language

Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?
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How to Create a Language

David J. Peterson, the language creator for HBO’s Game of Thrones, explains how to go about creating a fictional language. David breaks down how he constructed the Dothraki and Valyrian languages, and shows us what you need to think about when creating a language of your own.

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WIRED Tradecraft – Former FBI Agent Breaks Down Gangsters’ Body Language

Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the body language of well known mobsters. Why did Bugsy Siegel dress so sharply? What does it mean when Mickey Cohen pinches his nose? Why does John Dillinger sit with his arms crossed? Joe Navarro teaches us what all these non-verbals REALLY mean.
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Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the body language of well known mobsters. Why did Bugsy Siegel dress so sharply? What does it mean when Mickey Cohen pinches his nose? Why does John Dillinger sit with his arms crossed? Joe Navarro teaches us what all these non-verbals REALLY mean.
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Former FBI Agent Explains How to Read Body Language

Former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro breaks down the various ways we communicate non-verbally. What does it mean when we fold our arms? Why do we interlace our fingers? Can a poker player actually hide their body language?
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David J. Peterson, the language creator for HBO’s Game of Thrones, explains how to go about creating a fictional language. David breaks down how he constructed the Dothraki and Valyrian languages, and shows us what you need to think about when creating a language of your own.
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Music – Language & Patterns – Phil W. Gentile

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Music – Language & Patterns

Phil W. Gentile

Genre: Music

Publish Date: August 6, 2016

Publisher: Phil Gentile

Seller: PHIL GENTILE


A new perspective on simple music theory. This book serves to present music theory in a way that is accessible to budding musicians.

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Mariah Carey’s Ass’t Sues Claiming Manager Butt Slapped, Used Racist Language

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Slime Language

Young Thug & Young Stoner Life Records

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: August 17, 2018

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Episode 139: Stzrok’s Body Language, Theresa May

Topics: 

  • Strzok was biased…like everybody else
  • Was he fired for the appearance of bias, not actual bias?
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  • President Trump’s tea with the Queen today

 

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Love Language
Darnell Dalton

Release Date:
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Language & Perspective – Bad Suns

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Language & Perspective

Bad Suns

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: June 24, 2014

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Why The Language You Use Is More Powerful Than You Think

An all-new season of Dr. Phil premieres September 14!  Watch a preview here.

“I think the power of language is amazingly strong,” says Dr. Phil, explaining that the words we use — even if only to ourselves — can impact our reality.

Watch the video above as Dr. Phil explains to Leslie, who went through a bitter divorce with her ex-husband of 22 years, how her dramatic choice of words about their circumstances may be fueling her anger even more.

“You’re 100 percent right. This is self-defeating behavior,” admits Leslie.

So how will she make peace when she believes her ex has cheated her out of money? Dr. Phil tells her, “You’ve got to stop being a victim; you’ve got to start being a victor. You’ve got to get back in the game.”

Offering to assist her with professional resources, Dr. Phil says, “I can’t tell you that I can change your past. Not even God can change what has happened … The best revenge is living well … You need to star in your own life.”  

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The Man Who Chiced Up Kim Kardashian West Reveals His Secrets to Red Carpet Body Language

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When in 2012 Kanye West famously expunged the contents of his then-girlfriend Kim Kardashian Wests closet on national television, it seemed that he was the only man who could prompt such a radical shift in the reality-TV star’s style.

But some three years later, there is a new man Mrs. West is heeding the fashion advice of: creative director and stylist, Jenke Ahmed Tailly.

The former creative director to Beyoncé Knowles, Tailly understands the demands of life in the spotlight. The Côte d’Ivorie-born, Senegalese bred creative has quietly interwoven designers like Proenza Schouler, Narciso Rodriguez, and Sophie Theallet into Kim’s red carpet arsenal in recent months.

Encouraging his clients to turn an otherwise nerve-wracking situation into a moment of self celebration, Tailly sees the red carpet moment as “a communion with you and your public, a time where you can come and celebrate your art, your music, and give that love back to your audience.”

Here, the larger-than-life creative director offers his no-holds-barred guide to posing on and nailing the red carpet in the top silhouettes—from the naked dress to the jumpsuit.

 

The Ground Rules of Red Carpet Body Language

 

1. “I think one of the most important things to realize is that you have to know your body; because on the red carpet you reveal your true personality, and in order to do that, your posture and your allure is very important. It’s about  moving your body, knowing your best angles, and your best practice.

2. “You have to hold your shoulder blades back. Not forward. As if you had a big balloon between your shoulder blades, or a fruit, and you are trying to squeeze it—like a grapefruit!’

3. “You want to be aligned. You want to stand tall, you want to stand like a statue, like you’re the most regal version of you. And throughout the red carpet  you have to keep that consistent. And that’s when the fashion comes: The fashion comes to help you exude, to help you share that sexiness, that natural radiance you have!

4. “Also one of the most important things, before I forget, is the stomach! Oh my God, I forgot about the stomach! The stomach is very, very important! You need to pull your belly button back towards your spine, like if your husband was pulling you in close to him.”

 

Posing in the Backless Dress

 

Take Cues From: “The Guy Laroche Hilary Swank wore to the Oscars in 2005—it’s one my favorite, favorite dresses. It’s actually the original Mireille Darc, an amazing French actress, wore in the Le Grand Blond by Yves Robert, a director from the French New Wave.”

The Pose: “For the backless dress [pose], I would say think you’re somewhere and you want to seduce your husband, but you want to do it in a very subtle  way because the kids are there and the grandparents are too. How can you have a really sensual and intimate moment? It’s in the way that you look at him, the way you move your shoulders. It needs to be so subtle, as if you were flirting with someone.

The dress is only going to enhance your body movement, the way you’re going to move your hands, the way you’re going to turn your back, because you’re being photographed from every angle! And when you wear the backless dress you have to create a subtle curve in your lower back.”

 

How to Rock the Naked Dress

 

Take Cues From:Laetitia Casta at the César Awards in 2010. She wore vintage Yves Saint Laurent, the robe noire en plumes. That was, for me, everything! She was completely naked in that dress and she owned it! It wasn’t vulgar; it was sexy, elegant.”

The pose: “The naked dress of the seventies has evolved, but the posture and the way you wear it is still the same. You really need to wear it in a way that makes you comfortable, and it’s all about how you move. Because if you’re wearing the naked dress, the embroidery needs to fit quite correctly. The embellishment, the embroidery that hides certain parts [of your body] has to be done in a way that no matter what movement you make, it doesn’t alter [the dress]. It should always enhance the way you walk, because you need to be moving slowly. You can play with your hands, with your body movement.”

Curve appeal: “The first naked dress I did for Beyoncé was the first time she wore Givenchy for the ‘Run The World(Girls)’ video and she was in the best shape ever. When I requested that dress the press office was like, ‘Oh my gosh! It’s a couture dress! Is it going to fit?’ and I was like, ‘She’s in such good shape!’ It was the exact same couture dress and we came and zipped it up and it fit like a glove.”

Harnessing the Power of a Big Gown

 

Take Cues From:Diane Kruger in Cannes in 2012, wearing Dior. It was one of the best big gown red carpet moments! Rihanna in Giambattista Valli at this year’s Grammy’s, too!”

The pose: “With the big gown it’s very important the dress doesn’t weigh too much. If you stand still, you kind of have to bring that volume to life . . .

Look at how [Diane Kruger’s] shoulder blades are perfectly aligned and her head is slightly forward and turned around. She’s flirting with the camera—that is the perfect, perfect example for the big gown . . . I’m sure that dress was extremely light. I think it’s voile de tulle, but she was absolutely graceful and floating and directing the dress. She was only slightly moving it. The movement should always be delicate and soft.”

TWIRL! TWIRL! TWIRL!: “With the big gown, that’s when you can twirl! If you have a long, tulle circle skirt, you can turn around, because it has to move! It’s very important that the fabric and the dress flow to accentuate your body. You should always bring some sensuality and some sexiness to it. But you need to control [the big gown]! It’s very important that it never controls you!”

 

Taking a Stance in a Wide-Leg Pant or Jumpsuit

 

Takes Cues from: “Kim in Narciso Rodriguez for this year’s Variety Power in Women event. Very high-waisted! She looked really chic.”

The pose: “If you wear wide pants, you want to show the proportion of the pants. You don’t want to look too wide.

I put [Kim] in really, really high Giambattista Valli couture heels—she doesn’t normally do platforms, but because the pants were so long and wide she did. Also, if you wear a wide-leg pant you need to create a trompe l’oeil. She’s petite, so it’s like, How do you make her taller?

Platform heels should be hidden under the pant—I hate to see platforms! As far as the stance goes, it’s a foot stretched out with a pop at the hip—never too wide of a stance.

 



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Making a Splash With a Plunging Neckline

 

Take Cues From: Blake Lively and Lupita Nyong’o. “The look I really, really loved was Lupita Nyong’o at the Oscars in that Prada blue plunging gown. That was the best! [Lively and Nyong’o] are such good examples of what you can do.

The Pose: “You need to be graceful . . . Leaning your head behind your shoulder blades is really good advice! And remember to use invisible tape, so  your breasts stay up!”

The Minidress Can Have Major Impact

 

Take Cues From:Sienna Miller and Daria Werbowy when they wore Balmain [designed] by Christophe Decarnin—Christophe brought the minidress back to the red carpet!”

The pose: “When you wear a minidress, show your legs! Put them slightly forward. You can put them to the side . . . or cross your feet [at the ankle] and have one foot forward—this will always create a beautiful line. Be girly, and very charming.”

 

Standing Tall in the Extreme Slit

 

Take Cues From:Karlie Kloss in Anthony Vaccarello—she killed it! If you’re in the best shape of your life you should try this look.”

The pose: “Stand with your legs apart, have both of your hands at your hips, then turn your head slightly over your shoulder. Whatever you do, it has to be natural and sexy and beautiful.”

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News in Brief: Rosetta Stone Offers New Spanish Language Course For Pandering Presidential Candidates

ARLINGTON, VA—Touting it as an easy and effective way to superficially connect with Latino voters, education technology company Rosetta Stone unveiled Tuesday a new Spanish language program exclusively for pandering presidential hopefuls. “By using our interactive learning system, candidates will quickly become familiar with dozens of useful phrases they can trot out at campaign appearances across the country, including everything from ‘Los inmigrantes construyeron América,’ or ‘Immigrants built America,’ to ‘¡Vamanos Marlins!’ or ‘Go Marlins!’” said Rosetta Stone CEO John Hass, noting that the course is composed of five parts: Commending Hard Work, Celebrating Family Values, Attending Catholic Services, Praising Regional Foods, and Appearing On Univision. “In less than one week of daily language exercises, users can go from knowing no Spanish at all to appearing to care about the Latino community, all from the comfort of their own bus or hotel room.” Hass added that the company was …




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The Subtle Language Of Sounding Gay

David Thorpe has a “gay voice.” For the filmmaker’s latest endeavor, an autobiographical documentary, he embarked upon a long-delayed confrontation with his own “internal homophobia.” He was in his early 40s, recently single and he was bitter about “sounding gay.” 

For the project, Thorpe sets out to change the way he speaks. He meets with a Hollywood voice coach and a speech pathologist. “Do I sound gay?” he polls strangers on the street in Times Square, echoing the title of the film.

Often humorously, the film explores the origins of an effeminate manner of speaking, taking an unexpected approach rooted in the study of linguistics as Thorpe learns about his own speech patterns and acoustics. It’s hilarious, thought-provoking and ultimately heartening. Thorpe dives deep into issues of self-loathing, stereotyping and the idolization of hyper-masculinity.

 ”I’m embarrassed to say this but sometimes somebody will say, ‘I didn’t know you were gay.’ It’s like, why does that make me feel good? I hate myself for thinking that,” says author David Sedaris in the film. (Sedaris first broached the topic of “sounding gay” in his essay “Go, Carolina” from Me Talk Pretty One Day.) “It’s very disturbing I thought I was beyond that. Whats the problem if somebody assumes that I’m gay when I open my mouth. Why do I have a problem with that?” 

 The film works to detach shame associated with the “gay voice,” and replace it with pride. But where did the shame come from? Why do gay men demean other gay men for their perceived effeminacy? Dan Savage nails it: “Misogyny,” he says. “They want to prove to the culture that they’re not not men — that they’re good because they’re not women. They’re not like women, they don’t want women, they don’t want to sleep with women, they don’t want to act like women. And then they’ll punish gay men who they perceive as being feminine in any way.” 

Savage’s assertions could be the foundation of an entirely separate documentary. But for gay men and boys who face the brunt of criticism and violence at hands of their straight counterparts, punishment is a constant consideration. Thorpe notes that voice can give away sexuality long before a boy has the courage to come out, exposing him to consequences. ”I think that there are a lot schools where kids feel safe and are able to be gay and express themselves, but I don’t think that’s always the case,” said Thorpe, adding: “It’s a heavy burden for young people to bear.”

Do I Sound Gay?” endeavors to show how Thorpe, once a child with a similarly heavy burden, comes to terms with the complexities of his outward identity. Ultimately, he recognizes the importance of being part of a greater “chorus of gay voices,” because what’s so wrong with sounding gay? “If you can’t handle the answer,” he says, “that’s a question you’ve got to ask.”

 

Do I Sound Gay?” opens July 10 at IFC Center in New York City.

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The Subtle Language Of Sounding Gay

David Thorpe has a “gay voice.” For the filmmaker’s latest endeavor, an autobiographical documentary, he embarked upon a long-delayed confrontation with his own “internal homophobia.” He was in his early 40s, recently single and he was bitter about “sounding gay.” 

For the project, Thorpe sets out to change the way he speaks. He meets with a Hollywood voice coach and a speech pathologist. “Do I sound gay?” he polls strangers on the street in Times Square, echoing the title of the film.

Often humorously, the film explores the origins of an effeminate manner of speaking, taking an unexpected approach rooted in the study of linguistics as Thorpe learns about his own speech patterns and acoustics. It’s hilarious, thought-provoking and ultimately heartening. Thorpe dives deep into issues of self-loathing, stereotyping and the idolization of hyper-masculinity.

 ”I’m embarrassed to say this but sometimes somebody will say, ‘I didn’t know you were gay.’ It’s like, why does that make me feel good? I hate myself for thinking that,” says author David Sedaris in the film. (Sedaris first broached the topic of “sounding gay” in his essay “Go, Carolina” from Me Talk Pretty One Day.) “It’s very disturbing I thought I was beyond that. Whats the problem if somebody assumes that I’m gay when I open my mouth. Why do I have a problem with that?” 

 The film works to detach shame associated with the “gay voice,” and replace it with pride. But where did the shame come from? Why do gay men demean other gay men for their perceived effeminacy? Dan Savage nails it: “Misogyny,” he says. “They want to prove to the culture that they’re not not men — that they’re good because they’re not women. They’re not like women, they don’t want women, they don’t want to sleep with women, they don’t want to act like women. And then they’ll punish gay men who they perceive as being feminine in any way.” 

Savage’s assertions could be the foundation of an entirely separate documentary. But for gay men and boys who face the brunt of criticism and violence at hands of their straight counterparts, punishment is a constant consideration. Thorpe notes that voice can give away sexuality long before a boy has the courage to come out, exposing him to consequences. ”I think that there are a lot schools where kids feel safe and are able to be gay and express themselves, but I don’t think that’s always the case,” said Thorpe, adding: “It’s a heavy burden for young people to bear.”

Do I Sound Gay?” endeavors to show how Thorpe, once a child with a similarly heavy burden, comes to terms with the complexities of his outward identity. Ultimately, he recognizes the importance of being part of a greater “chorus of gay voices,” because what’s so wrong with sounding gay? “If you can’t handle the answer,” he says, “that’s a question you’ve got to ask.”

 

Do I Sound Gay?” opens July 10 at IFC Center in New York City.

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Body Language

Boney James

Genre: Jazz

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Music As A Language

Lectures to Music Students

Ethel Home

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Publish Date: June 19, 2012

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THIS Is How You Flirt With Body Language

It was my friend Ron who first brought to my attention the vibes our body language gives off to men.

One day he said to me, “I bet you love having your neck kissed.” I asked him how he could possibly know this about me.

He said, “Lisa, it’s so obvious. When you talk, you put your hand under your hair and on your neck. Without realizing it, you’re showing me you like having your neck touched.”

Every time you’re with a man, each of you is giving off signals that you might not even be aware of.

I want to share some of these with you because once you get this, it’s like having a behind the scenes playbook for knowing whether or not he’s into you.

Men are attracted to your personality, your friendliness and your warmth.

So how can your body let a man know you’re an amazing women with a wonderful personality?

We have a tendency to lean in towards things or people we like. So when you like a man, you’ll want to lean in slightly by tipping your head or moving your body forward.

It makes you appear friendly and warm while giving off the vibe of “I think you’re pretty interesting and I’m starting to like you.”

When you pull away or sit way back in your chair, you’re saying I’m turned off and not interested.

Want to know if he’s interested in you?

If you’re standing and talking, look down to see which way his feet are pointing. If they’re pointing towards you, it’s a good sign that he’s into you.

If they’re pointed away from you, then chances are that second date isn’t going to happen.

Here’s another way to tell if he’s not interested. If he’s standing and has one foot pointed towards you and one towards the door, he’s ready to go.

Now here’s an obvious one. When you’re on a date, don’t cross your arms or put your purse directly in front of your body.

When you do, you’re giving off a vibe of being closed off, which means you won’t come off as either warm or friendly.

If his arms are crossed, it’s likely he’s closing off or protecting himself in some way. When this happens, try leaning in to let him know you’re interested and see if that causes him to open back up. If he keeps his arms crossed over his chest, then chances are, this date is heading nowhere. Use an exit strategy and move on to someone who shows you he’s into you.

Don’t invade his space by sitting too close when you first meet unless he invites you into his space.

Ever been in an elevator where someone got too close to you? It feels awkward, don’t you think? It’s like someone is trying to invade your space.

The space between 5 and 18 inches is considered the intimate zone. It’s a great space to be in when you’re in a relationship and you want romance and intimacy.

But when you’re just meeting someone, stay a little more than an arms length from them unless they give you signals like touching your hand or a kiss to come in closer.

Matching body posture makes a man feel like you understand him.

When he leans in, you lean in. When he pulls back, you do the same.

Words of warning: don’t match any man’s posture of aggression or anger. He subconsciously sees this as a threat.

Touch is important!

When a man tells a story and you agree with him, lightly touch him on the arm as you share that you understand.

Most people like touch and respond to it in a positive way. That’s because touch feels good and makes the person being touched feel special. And we all love feeling special, right?

Next time you’re on a date, start paying attention to the vibes you’re both giving off.

Lisa Copeland is known as the expert on over 50’s dating. Her mission is to help as many women around the world as she can discover how to have fun dating and finding their Mr. Right after 50. To get your FREE Report, “5 Little Known Secrets To Find A Quality Man,” visit www.findaqualityman.com.

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Woman Performing ‘Lose Yourself’ In Sign Language Gets Us Super Pumped

We always wondered how to say, “Mom’s spaghetti” in American Sign Language.

Luckily we have Shelby Mitchusson, an ASL interpreter who performed Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” on YouTube. It’s one of her first videos — though she appears to have interpreted bad-assery at rock concerts before — but we can tell she’s going to be an internet sensation.

She really gets into it — and it looks like she plans on rewarding us with more of her videos soon.

“I have a deep love for interpreting music and would love to share more as I am always interpreting music,” she wrote on YouTube. “As always your feedback is wanted! Again, thank you all — I’ll upload more soon.”

If you think Shelby’s awesome, meet the woman who took Public Enemy’s music to a whole new level with sign language.

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Swedish Sign Language Interpreter Steals The Spotlight In Viral Video

A Swedish sign language interpreter is stealing the Internet’s heart this week with a spirited, smile-inducing performance.

According to this YouTube video, Tommy Krångh interpreted a song performed by singer Magnus Carlsson on “Melodifestivalen,” a Swedish singing competition. Krångh’s rousing performance appeared on public service TV station SVT.

Look at him go:

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Since being uploaded on March 14, the video has been viewed more than 580,000 times.

“In the world of sign language, this man is Michael Jackson,” quipped College Humor.

Watch the whole clip above.

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On ‘The Pinkprint,’ Nicki Minaj Speaks The Language Of Love

When she’s at her most vulnerable as a woman, she’s at her best creatively. The same way Mary J. Blige’s pain drove My Life, Nicki’s believable heartache steals the show on The Pinkprint.

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On ‘The Pinkprint,’ Nicki Minaj Speaks The Language Of Love

When she’s at her most vulnerable as a woman, she’s at her best creatively. The same way Mary J. Blige’s pain drove My Life, Nicki’s believable heartache steals the show on The Pinkprint.

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ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NEWS UPDATE:Gabby Love’s top pick! Click and enjoy!