35 Burst results for "10 Year"
Ex-Malaysian first lady ordered to serve 10 years for graft
"Malaysia's former First Lady has been handed down a guilty verdict rosman Mansour will spend ten years in prison after being found guilty of soliciting and receiving bribes during her husband Najib's corruption tainted administration a week after he was imprisoned Over the massive looting of the IMDb state fund the former First Lady was convicted on a charge of soliciting over $42 million and two charges of receiving 1.5 million to help a company secure a project to provide solar energy panels the high court said prosecutors proved beyond a reasonable doubt that rosmah corruptly solicited bribes and receive money as a reward for herself I'm Charles De Ledesma
Georgia's Smart gets 10-year extension, raise to $10.25M
"A university of Georgia teacher will be making more than $10 million over the upcoming school year That teacher is football coach Kirby smart who's hit the jackpot after guiding the bulldogs to their first national championship since 1980 The ten year $110 million agreement includes base salary and supplemental compensation He's one of 6 college football coaches in line to make at least $9 million in 2022 Smart is 66 and 15 with two national championship appearances in 6 years at Georgia He was set to earn $7.1 million this season under the old deal I'm Dave
Getting Back to America's Christian Values
"It's so funny people to call me during the break and I'm literally having to jump off of the phone back onto the radio. Where is our country going? AOC is crying about January 6th. We know it's full of crap. The abortion conversation should have been over a long time ago. You know these people are not God fearing. A caller called in earlier and mentioned about sodom and gomorrah and the fact that the reason why sodom and gamora wasn't spared because they couldn't find a reasonable man of God anywhere. Now there's a part of me that's also concerned about America becoming sodom and gomorrah. Why do you say that Brandon? Because I want to be honest with y'all and be straight up. Just because people say that they're Christian and they believe in God don't mean nothing. It doesn't mean anything. If you ask me in my opinion, how many people are actually Christians that say that they're Christians. I would argue that probably 20% and I'm being very, I'm giving a high number. I would argue that about 20% of people that say that Christian actually practice any form of Christianity consistently. I would say probably only about 5% of people, if they were taken out today, they may be in good standing enough to make it to heaven. Now people may get mad at me for saying that and saying, but the Bible says, broad is the way our broad is the path, or I think it's broad as the way narrows the path. I brought us the pad and narrows the way there go. Broad is the path narrow is the way. And it says only a few will scarcely make it into the kingdom of God.
Two Killed, Including 4-Year-Old, in Akron
"You ignorant folks. Want to put a bounty on the heads of the police officers. But shortly after jaylen walker's death, a young girl, I think she was like four years old. Named journey, tober. I think her last name is tober. Correct me if I'm wrong, look it up for yourself. Journey was murdered by thugs who were shooting in a drive by shooting and hit destructive for your girl and murdered her. What a bounty said on their heads. That man jaylen walker was a grown man made the decisions he made and he was shot and killed by police. None of them would be prosecuted. According to the law. But when a four year old in your own community, your community, not mine, not the white folks, but a young four year old and your community. Gunned down by black folks. Shooting and thugging were the bounty on their heads at. Because they know what cop shot, Jalen walker, they still ain't found the suspects in the shooting of journey. What about it? What are y'all concerning? Where's the news at? Where's the t-shirts at? Where's the GoFundMe at? Y'all don't do a doggone thing for your own people. But when they get shot by the cops, they somehow become Jesus Christ
AOC Confronts Troll Calling Her His 'Favorite Big Booty Latina'
"I don't know if you guys know who prom times Stein is if you look him up on the YouTube piece of comedian and he's incredibly funny and he is the biggest conservative troll ever. And I love it because he started trolling at city council meetings, I believe city council meetings where he would go and he would give ridiculous rap songs. He would play these characters and do all types of things in these meetings where the city's required to allow citizens to speak. And that's how he would be able to convey his messages of disdain or messages of necessary improvement for the city. He would convey them those videos will be entertaining and go viral. Now he's taking a troll into another level because now he's flying to D.C. and he's trolling people and he's exposing the Democrats and finally we have somebody on our side that's willing to be a massive troll against the left is lunatics. So I want y'all to see how him and AOC kind of bump heads. I believe she was walking to the capitol building and he said some things to her that I thought was absolutely hilarious, given the fact that he's a comedian, it was the perfect troll to get AOC to engage. And then we're going to listen to what AOC said about the interaction and how she plays the victim every time words are coming out of her mouth. Let's play the first clip with prom's time Stein. AOC, my favorite big booty Latina. I love you, AOC. You're my favorite. She wants to kill babies, but she's still beautiful. You look very beautiful in that dress. You look very sexy. Look at that booty on AOC. That's my favorite big booty Latina. My favorite AOC, nice to meet you ASC. Look how sexy she looks at that dress. Oh, I love it, AOC.
Unwrapping the Details of the Uvalde Shooting
"Real quick about you all day. I made a video on the YouTube and people were upset. Some people, and the intellectual laziness of the populace is very frustrating to me. I'll say this until I'm green in the face. Everyone should question everything. There is no one opinion that's dominant over you questioning the validity of it. Question everything. Don't be accusatory on things you don't know. But question everything. I've said this from the beginning, people have questions and you've already, I had questions in you all day. I have questions every time I see a police interaction. I have questions. I'm not accusing because I wasn't there and I may not have all the information, but I have questions. And I'm okay with that. I think that's healthy for people to have questions. But when you have questions about a scenario and you allow emotions to change your questions to accusations, that's when you have a problem. I want everybody under the sound of my voice to consider this. Have you watched the investigation, meaning the four and a half hour interview have you looked at all the interviews, the press conferences and read all of the documents or at least most of the documents that are pertaining to the investigation into your volley. Knowing that it's not complete yet, but have you done that work? Have you watched all of the videos? Have you heard from chief arradondo? Have you heard from you've already mayor? Do you have inside scoop? I got people telling me what happened and they were in the school. I'm just being honest with y'all. They told me what happened. They were in the school. I see them on the video. I know the people that I've talked to, I see them on the video.
Uvalde Officer Checks Phone During Shooting
"There was a man that was at the corner of the screen to the right, he had glanced at his phone for a split second, and he has been dragged. All over media, all of your favorite pundits are posting on social media, dragging his man. Now, I'm smart enough to know I wasn't there, and I don't know what the intent or I would have to talk to that person and figure out why would you check your phone. There's a mirror the reasons why a person should legitimately check their phone and there's reasons why a person probably shouldn't check their phone. But when you're not physically there, you don't know which one is which. If you're a balanced person, they drug this man on social media. They drug him. He had the punisher, screamed, I would say screenshot, but it's the screen background. He had to punish her. Lock screen, image. And I don't know if you know what the punisher is. Look it up later. I think it's a marvel character or something like that. But it's been used in law enforcement and military, I think to be bold and brave, you know, kind of like that type of characterization. People drug him over that. Come to find out that guy is Ruiz, officer Ruiz, whose wife was in the room being murdered.
Illegal Alien Allegedly Raped 10-Year-Old Girl, Media Covered up Story
"A tragic story. The ten year old girl who Biden talked about in one of his remarks about roe V wade. She was raped by a man. And this is how the mainstream media covered it that she was raped by a man and she had to travel to Indiana to get an abortion. Well, they left out a big part of the story. And here's the big part of the story. The alleged rapist is an illegal alien. This story coming to us from Adam Shaw, who is one of the best writers over at Fox News channel. And Bill Mulligan, both those guys are good buddies of mine and great Americans. Well, actually, Shaw's British, but he's a great American. Anyway, I digress. The man charged with the rape of a ten year old girl in Ohio is a Guatemalan illegal immigrant. The G is silent. This information coming from immigration and customs enforcement. The Columbus dispatch first reported that gerson Fuentes was arrested after police said he confessed to raping the child on multiple occasions. You know what they ought to do with dogs like this? Savage is like this. Once they confess, just go ahead and put them out. That's what they ought to do. And do it in the public square as a warning to any other people who would dare violate a sweet little child. That's what they ought to be doing to these animals. The source told Fox News that Fuentes is a Guatemalan national. In the country illegally, ice is placed a detainer on Fuentes. He will eventually be handed over to the agency for removal proceedings. Well, not now. He needs to go away for a very long time, if not executed. For his crimes.
Man Arrested for Rape of 10 Year Old Girl
"A man was charged in the rape of the ten year old who went to Indiana for the abortion. That surface yesterday, I had played few of the Dave yost cut in which he said, I haven't got any evidence of this yet, but as soon as the evidence came in, Dave very quickly came out and said, I'm glad that this person is off the streets. Now the story took a twist when it turns out that the rapist of the ten year old child is, in fact, in the country illegally. And so it becomes a border case. Who are the 2.3 million people coming across. The border. And why did one of them rape a ten year old? By the way, a lot of legal experts are saying she would have been eligible for the health exception. Anyway, I don't know. I feel bad for this young girl. Human trafficking is obvious underway here, abuse is terrible and it's horrible, but I'm glad they've got the suspect under arrest and if he is in fact how guilty, I hope he never sees another free day in this land or the land of his homeland.
Is Colby Hall Celebrating the Rape of a 10-Year-Old?
"Let's start with Colby hall. Who's the founding, the mediaite founding editor. He appeared on news nation's Dan Abrams show last night. Blasting anybody at Fox News or in conservative media who doubted the truthfulness of a story that the left rallied behind and that is that the roe V wade reversal is so horrific that a ten year old girl who was raped had to go across state lines to get an abortion. Here's Colby hall with news nation's Dan Abrams. When you're not, you don't need to fact check yourself, you can get away with anything. And I think that's what we're seeing here. I think what we're seeing on conservative media is a pounce on the fact that this is an undocumented worker. I mean, it really goes back to Donald Trump's initial comments that they're sending rapists. And here's an example of that. So I think there's a little bait and switch. And by the way, that's a real story. But that is a different story. And we should note that this ten year old girl did have to travel, and that's where he was not made up. This ten year old girl did have to travel, he said, and incidentally, he does a pretty good job in sort of acknowledging that an illegal alien raping the ten year old girl is a real story. I walked into the studio today to do the radio show and the team here said, well, Donald Trump was right again. I said, what was he right about this time? Eric said, well, remember when Trump said they're not sending these other countries aren't sending their finest?
10-Year-Old Would Have Be Able to Get an Abortion in Ohio
"That, how despicable is it to use the ten year old child as a political prop. As a reaction to roe V wade being overturned. That's what this doctor in Ohio did. Let's face it. We all know it. How would the doctor reveal a ten year old patient who was raped? Impregnated and then carted off to Indiana. And of course, any normal doctor, I've gotten a lot of emails from doctors saying Mike, a ten year old child pregnant is a clear risk to the her life, that abortion procedure could have absolutely been performed today in the state of Ohio. They're lying. They're in hysterics, and they're lying, but why is it so hard to admit that taking the life of the child? If the child is born alive, is wrong.
Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities
"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?
Ohio man charged with raping 10-year-old girl who later traveled for abortion
"A man suspected of impregnating a ten year old girl faces charges in a case that drew national attention While President Biden was signing an executive order last week aimed at protecting abortion access he highlighted a doctor's story of a ten year old Ohio girl who had to travel to Indianapolis for an abortion because of new restrictions stemming from the recent Supreme Court ruling Ohio's Republican attorney general and congressman Jim Jordan cast doubt on the story but now a 27 year old suspect has allegedly confessed and been charged with rape in the case making an initial court appearance on Wednesday The Columbus dispatch reports that a detective from Columbus testified that police learned about the girl's pregnancy after her mother alerted Franklin county children's services on June 22nd and said the girl had an abortion on June 30th DNA is being tested to confirm paternity After initially saying he hadn't heard about it Ohio's attorney general Dave yost suggested the child's case might have met the exception for medical emergencies under Ohio's heartbeat abortion ban For now The Associated Press is not naming the suspect to
Joe Biden Politicizes the Tragic Rape of a 10-Year-Old Girl
"So roe versus wade was reversed, sending the issue of abortion back down to the states. States can make their own laws of abortion, and that's the way it should have been. The entire time there is no federal right to abortion. And so Joe Biden then commented about a tragic story that there was a ten year old girl who had to travel out of state from India to Indiana for an out of state abortion. That a ten year old got pregnant, which is just hard to even grasp ten year olds getting pregnant. Very well possibly putting her life in danger or life in jeopardy. Even the most pro life people, including orthodox rabbis, and some people in the pro life community, including myself, the only exception that I would say is okay for abortion is if the life of the mother is threatened, that is an understandable position that is articulated in a fair amount of literature as to why, because it would, if a life of the mother would be threatened, then they could potentially not have future children and many other things. Now, some people debate if there's even ever cases where the life of the mother is actually threatened. So this tenure, I don't agree with that, but that's an opinion of some people and pro life circles. However, this is an extraordinarily rare case that got a lot of attention. Joe Biden won a season on it for political gain. So here's Joe Biden, politicizing, just an unspeakable tragedy. There's just a tragedy when anyone gets raped and then Joe Biden talks about ten year old girl had to travel to Indiana for an out of state abortion, play cut 44. Sweet. Reported that a ten year old girl was a rape victim of ten years old. And she was forced to have to travel out of the state to Indiana. To seek to terminate the presidency and maybe save her life. That's last part is my judgment. Ten years old. Ten years old. Now, it sounds extraordinary, not mind you. The Ohio law allows for exceptions of medical emergencies in the case of the life of the mother. So Joe Biden's just lying here.
Ilya Shapiro on the Concepts of Libertarianism and Concentrated Power
"Is it fair to say that within kind of a libertarian point of view is they don't like concentrated power. And could you make the argument though that we have concentrated cultural cultural monopolies and we have financial monopolies and corporate ones. I'm not saying state power is necessarily the answer, but it seems as if the question of who is dominating our life is more than just the state. It's all these other instruments of influence. What are your thoughts? No, that's no doubt the case. And if private actors are oppressing you, the person feeling that oppression doesn't feel better that it's not being done under color of state law or what have you. The problem is the remedies are more difficult. You talk about concentrated power. Well, that sounds like antitrust or should we break up some of these places? Antitrust a very crude tool. By the time we went after Microsoft, it was no longer a monopoly or remember that netscape monopoly over browsers and things like that. I think we might want to learn, go back to the industrial revolution and there was kind of this conception, including among classical liberals, the modern libertarians, of a third space that are private entities that are affected with the public interest. And it wasn't about Teddy Roosevelt's progressive antitrust breaking up the trust, but it was thinking about this public private hybrid that's a, you know, it's a complicated sort of situation that we're not going to resolve during this conversation,
'Supreme Disorder' Author Ilya Shapiro on His Georgetown Experience
"Guys about a very interesting story, it's with our next guest Ilya Shapiro. I'm an Ilya for quite a while. We spent some fun time together. So Elio is run out of Georgetown university. It's an extraordinary story and he's the author of a new book called supreme disorder. Exposes how politics has infiltrated the Supreme Court in the worst possible way with this right now to help us unpack that is Ilya Shapiro. Ilya, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Good to be with you. I've also recently launched a new sub stack Shapiro's gavel. So in addition to the book, go check that out. Very good. So Ilya tell us what happened at Georgetown. It's a very interesting story. And I mean, you know I'm no fan of college, that's not a mystery to anybody, so it just basically confirms all of my criticisms, which I'm going to deliciously enjoy. Tell us what happened to you at Georgetown university. Sure. I've been at the Cato institute for nearly 15 years. The nation's preeminent libertarian think tank. And decided that maybe I should look for a new challenge, have a different kind of impact. Got a very interesting offer from Georgetown law school to become executive director of their center for the constitution as it turned out the rest of the law school is basically the center against the constitution. But what we can get to that, a few days before I was due to take that job in February, was when justice Breyer's retirement leaked. And I was doing media on that. Supreme Court politics is my area. And I was critical of President Biden's decision to limit his candidate search by race and gender, famously. He said he would pick a black woman. And I thought, you know, if I was a progressive Democrat president, I would pick judge Sri srinivasan, chief judge of the D.C. circuit, who's an Indian American, would be the first Indian or Asian American, has to be an immigrant as well. So lots of diversity points too. But not the right kind, it turns out. And so by operation of logic, we would, in my mind, end up with someone less qualified, a worse choice for a democratic president. And given Biden's criteria, I phrased that in Twitter's limitations as a lesser black woman. And really, it's those three words that got me in hot water. The manufactured outrage machine on social media and beyond calling for my head. I eventually
Was the 10-Year-Old Who Required an Abortion Real?
"Biden mentioned the other day About this ten year old girl that was raped And I had to go across state lines to get an abortion People are raising questions about the legitimacy of this story I don't have the foggiest idea But it is a if true a grotesque A grotesque crime And Republicans are being asked Well do you think that baby should be Born Do you think that baby should be born Now you know my feelings on abortion But if it's a ten year old little girl I think the family has to make those decisions in a case like that I'm not trying to be provocative or controversial or consistent or inconsistent
Biden Claims 10-Year-Old Crossed Statelines to Terminate Presidency
"So President Biden just a few moments ago made a shocking claim about a ten year old crossing state lines, do we have that audio? Well, yes, no. Yes, no. All right, let's check that out. Ten years old. And she was forced to have to travel out of the state to Indiana to seek to terminate the presidency and maybe save her life. So there you just heard, President Biden say that a ten year old girl, this is what he's claiming, a ten year old girl crossed state lines to terminate the presidency. I certainly hope someone has alerted the Secret Service. Grace, if not, can we get on that? Can we just maybe just shoot him an email? Something.
"10 year" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"I mean, there could be a women's match. It doesn't go straight through the night matches, right? But if it gets a night match, the whole thing can be over in 42 minutes. I got an issue with that. I think for that reason, that actually might not put fiance on a night session. It's too big of a risk. A fundamental problem with the way they're setting it up. Right. But to be 7 o'clock, two matches, if it's three set, three setters and one match of its 5 7. And again, as much as obviously, the U.S. open is the one I started on, but they're opening night. I've had to work on that opening night many times. And there was one year there was so much pump. And so, I mean, it was getting out of control. And they, you know, they give you the shot sheet of what's happening. And there was all this crazy a lot of speeches and the flag thing and the videos and the shout outs and the singer and I finally said to one of the USA marketing, I mean, this is crazy. The match is the match isn't going to start until so late. And I said, how can you keep doing this? And he said, well, we have to wait until it's dark enough for the fireworks to look good. And that's when I lost, that's what I really lost my enthusiasm. But yeah, I mean, really, I mean, if I works have been around for like, I don't know, 5000 years. I mean, they're nice, but I have an issue with you. I'm new to this place. So to me, this is how the French Open is. I'm not used to not having a night. Because there have been here before. So does it just fundamentally change the way you, I don't know, operating your day even if you're here as media or if you're here as a fan, you would have a certain rhythm to your day that isn't there now. Well, I would say part of the problem is that it doesn't. That actually the rhythm of the day is the same, the main event generally feels like it happens during the day. And then the night session feels like an appendage. Well, and again, it's night Sessions. There's a session. It's a nightmare. Well, that's the thing. I mean, I have been there. This is the hill that Matt is going to die on. That is fuming about this. Good. In New York and in Melbourne, it's a session. There's gray from all the outside courts going on in the evening. There's a different buzz. There's a different energy. It's all part of those tournaments. Here, as you said, the main event still happening during the day. And then they just adding on this extra match and it's cold and it's just annoyed about the cold. I'm with you on the cold. But also so often night matches drag into farland gardens. They drag in to 9 o'clock at night, 9 30. We've called matches in the dark. And beautiful, isn't it? Because it means that they're still going. I mean, that's exciting. I can stay here till 9 30 if there's a 5 setter that I'm proud to be a calm. Where one player is complaining about being too dark and the other one's saying, no, we'll play to win. What's better than that? Well, exactly. What's better than nighttime agro? But to, I don't know. And by the way, you don't get to have dinner in Paris. Which is another. Situation. I was wondering, really. We've had a lot of takeaway galettes. You partial to a galette? I'm not sure what that is. All I know is I'm not different. It's a crap. It's a savory crepe. It's a pancake with a meal inside. Yeah. Quite often. With an egg on top, which I think enhances. How does that smell? As you go back to your Airbnb. Pretty, a man brings it to us on a bike. We've worked this out. Okay, well, all right. Yeah, we've had some we've had some good galettes. That's cool. That's fine. But 20 5 years I've worked in tennis never been here. 35 years I can have been watching this tournament for. You will remember back those and others. Memory stick out for you from here. Sort of matches and occasions. And what is it about this place that the other slams are not, for instance? Well, clay. Clay is, I love clay. And I did an interview years ago when janik knows it was still playing. And you guys, you've had janik on your podcast. You know how he speaks, right? I mean it's the best. He's the best, right? And I was doing it. I was doing an essay, a feature on clay, and what makes it so special. And I interviewed janik and in that whispery voice of you. Clay is like a conversation. I hit the ball to him. He hits it back. We got like, it was like, it was like the best. I interviewed a bunch of people, the only person I use in the feature was Yannick explaining his conversation. I've gotten, again, I've been here a lot. I love it here. Does janik keep you waiting the way he keeps David waiting. Did he? Did he patience is a virtue? It's always worth it in the end. Most people with tennis and Yannick Noah in particular and my favorite is when we've set a time for the following day and he said, no, no, no problem, no problem. And then I'm there and I'm calling and it's ringing out. And I know this is going to happen. So I've already put two more hours into my schedule for when he wakes up and is absolutely appalled at himself for oversleeping through it and then he leaves me a voice message saying how terribly he feels about it all and could we do it a bit in 5 minutes at which point I then get about another 15 minutes interview extra because you feel so bad. Because it is a conversation. That's right. No, but I mean, I've been lucky I've seen sellers who I still maintain it's the greatest match player I've ever seen. Really? Absolutely. Why is that? Because she. Went after every single ball, serve or return or off the ground, and she made so few errors and it's like she was ignoring the score. If you watch your play, you thought does she understand that she's playing Steffi Graf and graphs up a set in the third and she just calling her matches. I just so well remember Monica seles matches where and again, Serena was amazing and she hit an incredible amount of winners in a set. But Monica would hit the same amount of winners and have two or three hours. It was a totally, it was remarkable. And Groff was a great. I mean, I just love it. My time was with Chrissy and Martinez, so I got to see those. I've been very, very lucky. I love this place. How does eager film tech compare? She's right up there. I think she reminds me more of Groff than Serena or anyone else, right? Does she remind you more of graft? She reminds me of. The scores are graphed like. Yes, it really are. And you mentioned Monica seles and tragically, she's such a what if player. But I feel like there's a big what if over this whole season and maybe he goes on Texas career, right? How does Ashbaugh retirement lead to what we're seeing now for me actually on tech do you think? Because it doesn't feel like a coincidence to me that she's gone up a level. She's stepped into that void since Barty left. And I think she filmed sex more dominant.
"10 year" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Well, hello and thank you to the dulcet tones of our wonderful, wonderful listener, Steve armor, who was just introduced the show there. We love you all, but he is one of our very favorite listeners. He sends us emails that make us cry on a semi regular basis and it's very fitting that he should be the one to introduce this our tenth anniversary show. This day, ten years ago, David and I was sat in David's parents dining room, making audio history. Yeah, trying to work out other microphones worked. Two different microphones. Sounded completely different from each other, but you know. How are they celebrating their tenth anniversary? I hear you ask, well, I've worn my jazziest eyeshadow. Matt has worn his jazziest shirt. David woke up extra early to listen to episode one. Correct. Did you? Yeah. How was that? It was, I thought it was all right. To be honest, you know, I might have come back for episode two, especially since Carlos moya was in it. Gaston gaudio is an episode too. That pulled the punt is in. Anyway, there's more, folks. There is more. Because joining us for this tenth anniversary episode is a woman that we all still can't really believe we get to call our friend and the 1977 French Open mixed doubles champion. It's only merry carillo folks. I'm delighted to be a 45 years ago. Some Italian journalists told me that the other day. And he said, how does that feel? I said it feels like it was a long longer. Yeah, yeah. Do you know the date when is your, when is your anniversary? Will you and John B not a clue in the clue back? Will you also have champagne and madeleines with candles in? Like we're doing right now? I'm guessing no. Should I tell David the omelet story? Yes, please. All right, so David, so 45 years ago, John's 18, I'm 20 years old. First time either one of us has ever been to Paris, not one of us has any French. Three of our friends from Douglas in this tiny little town, I ended up introducing them to the late grade, but Collins, and he said, which one of you is the mayor? Anyway. Anyway, we go to just have breakfast at one of those outdoor cafes. And no one's coming to help us. No one's coming to wait on us. And the only thing I knew how to say is omelet de fromage. Okay? Which. It's a strong order. So all we wanted.
"10 year" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Be fully rested that alab time to prepare for that starred he and melina. I'm sure are having a lot of conversations on their side of things he's not going to be affected by the moment we don't Who's not going to be affected by that moment. This is a fascinating match up to me and one of the interesting questions i have. Tim is what Daybreak abbots will do it first base because there are certainly combinations that he could play in. Cody bellinger maybe at first base But i wonder how he'll be pulled emotionally by the possibility of signing out using our pools at first base in this game because this year albert you know like a lot of hitters. They get get older. He struggled against high-velocity pitchers opie was under six hundred. The type of pitchers that he had a lot of success against zo. Ps about eight fifty with furnace pitchers. He he did well against those guys. And adam wainwright he'll be thrown from seventy miles an hour to eight miles an hour. The type of pitcher did albert hits against and you know that his heart rate's going to be in good shape in that moment. And and. I'm sure dave roberts gonna think you know what this could be one of those You know like kirk gibson type moment. Where in all pro will respond to the stage. And so i'm curious to see what he does. It first base. What are you seeing this matchup. Well i love the pool holes bellinger decision and cody. Bellinger has not swung the bat. Well little better lately. So i'm with you. I think he looks and says i'm gonna play albert at first. Because he was born for these moments even though he's not the hitter that he used to be. And i can't wait to see adam wainwright. He is had buster in a lot of other seasons. A cy young season but this year with this ridiculous pitching in the national league with wheeler and burns and buehler ensures her He's not gonna win the cy young but i take him right now with the way he's throwing in any game and he's going to be up for this and you're right in yati will come up with a great game plan for the dodgers and just keep in mind with the dodgers. They led the league in runs scored buster but they just had been told they just haven't been the same offensive team moving guys around doing little things like that. We'll see way right. Can exploit that a little bit and pitch really well and with max scherzer against adam wainwright. Please signed me up for that one every day. Then it's gonna be an absolute blast. And i would love our to be in the starting lineup and a walk up to home plate. And there's molina who's like his little brother and he's staring at it. Wainwright get ready for those plate. That will be so much fun but before that again we get the funding american league wildcard game on. Espn on tuesday night. Tim great to talk with you. Okay buster talk to you. I'll see you in boston. Headed up today and can't wait to be there talked about that. Nineteen seventy eight playoff game while preparing for the podcast today. Thought how cool would be if we heard the sounds of the bucky dent home run from the yankees and the red sox radio broadcasters. Here's frank messer. Yankees broadcaster describing the bucky. Dan home run. In in the run-up you'll hear bucky. Dan thousand ball opposite instep and this was in a situation in which the yankees had no other infamous available willie randolph in strained a hamstring. The taken brian doyle out of the game Earlier for pinch-hitter so lucky. Dan had to stay in the game. Give listen to frank. Messer broader person off the pitch. Bill ball off. His foot died off his foot. Earth the same footing hitting spring.
"10 year" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Injury at least puts it in play smith with a running in pain. Is peterson. Reach us oh no one of the things you always worry about. As a first baseman that ball getting thrown up the line in her arm getting hot into the runner. Max muncie getting hurt right there. A right elbow injury. The voices heard there. Joe davis nomar garciaparra on the dodgers television network. Here was dave roberts after the game. Talking about the muncie injured. Right now. there was some testing but it's still sort of unclear what it means really. I think that it's still painful. I just don't want to. We don't want to close the door on a potential down the road postseason appearance. So we're going kinda see how he responds over the next few days and See where it takes us. The dodgers host the cardinals. The nationally wildcard game on wednesday adam wainwright pitching against max scherzer. The giants will await the winner of that game to face in the division series. Are going to be talking about all that coming up with tim. Kirk first pitch is part of espn nation. Brought to you by dr pepper. College football is back consoler. The fans return to glory with fans ville by dr pepper. The one fans deserve in the american league on sunday. The whole question was who would come out of that. American league wildcard race. Seattle needed a series if things to happen in order to make the playoffs but they were jumped by shohei. Ohtani juerg walsh. Here's the one one delivery and shohei drills a ball deep to right field and it is allah hair the first spat or other games. Shohei ohtani he drills one out homerun number forty. Six of the season and sunday is showtime walsh's ready pitch swings at that one in drills a ball deep down the right side. It's outta hair sick at night in a role that walsh's hit one out against seattle. That is it's huron shot. And that is a six to angels. Lead jerry smith and angels radio. Am eight thirty angels. Win the game. Seven three but overall what a great season for the mariners. Tim and i'll be talking about that coming up. The blue jays in the orioles george springer had himself a day to get the blue jays a chance to.
"10 year" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast
"So i'm suddenly spending my home morning calling every cake shop in the in the area being like you please like all come in there and all right up myself like please just like eighty geic it was so scrappy like we were all just doing our best and we were trying to be creative and we were working really hard just to get this thing off the ground to i two. Hallelujah moment i remember having was honesty was probably late in the day. Relative like it wasn't like surge day of product. Whatever a cell phone call with a. I think his name is gary steven and he had a product called sifter. We you know it was a skype call because again it was no good tills back them. I just remember like garrett opened up the conversation like literally the first thing he said it was. Oh my god you guys. This is incredible. Company for valuable sparked spend all day talking to all my customers. I'm getting feedback. It's incredible the thing that really like were definitely hints of success in run-up to for sure but this is the first person who like i knew was a good product person and i hoped was starved of customer feedback in relationships to say we were on like within a quick burst of attorney second monologue. He made it clear that. Like i run a good product and i have this problem and that's when i realized this isn't unique to us. It's not because we're doberman. It's not because of peculiarities of previous business. At the time. I would say every sauce every software as a service business. Has it version of this problem and we just need to make intercom work for them all. It was probably the most formative experience of any part of my career employee number. Four jeff gardner. Jeff says the next few years for intercom were whirlwind. Being able to join a company with just eight people eight total people including the founders and watch that goto you know six hundred and fifty or something over just under eight years and just the wild customer growth revenue growth you know different phases of the company. Adding offices like it was an incredible experience. You know as a lot of experience in terms of different aspects of business crammed into a very short period the pieces that like excite me most are the milestones. You cross this kinda no turning back from whatever like when we crossed a hundred million dollars in revenue. And i was like right like i don't wanna sound better but there's a lot of people who said we wouldn't get there. You know what i mean or will we go valued over a billion dollars. Whatever like the nature of kinda running especially at the start is like you're putting yourself on your ambition out there on it's like one of our listeners will give pumper society of children's bread the dreams out of view tread softly because you try to their dreams. The some sense of dash in heavy started star. You put yourself out there by saying you think you can make the internet better. You think you can build a huge business. You think intercom could be easily a one hundred million if not a billion if not a ten billion dollar business on there is no shortage people who will be like okay but like a probably about and you're like yeah i mean the thing is the duck dockside skepticism was very cheap in like you if you predict ninety nine percent of starts will fail. You look like a genius. But if you pretty stripe will fail unday to become hundred With more on again like it's you know. I so i think like for me like there's definitely a few milestones. Were caa big. You lost and but no one's offing the dare to ones where it kinda signed at which tend to be like honestly just anything that's just a raw unquestionable evidence that like the company has produced a lot of value on for sure one example that will be like say revenue gross on the road of inter combinator. The first time that i use the intercom product was just a lightning bolt moment for me literally and i thought this is the product that i have needed in every sas company. I've ever been a part of or run intercom. Ceo karen peacock joined the company as chief operating officer in twenty seventeen. I've been a lotta sas businesses by that point. And i thought oh my gosh i just see where it is today where it could go the customer problem and like benefit and need firsthand and i thought i have to be a part of this. The second reason that attracted current to the company was the people getting to know. Owen and dez and paul and dara and the rest of the executive team and key leaders across the team. I just thought this is a group of people who are incredibly smart and yet very humble and down to earth and we've all known a lot of very smart people and not a lot of them are humble down to earth. And i thought like this. That's a very special combination. And also a group of folks who i thought had just real vision clear vision for where the future was going at aligned. The way i thought about the world in the macro trends that i was seeing what i believed in my opinions about the future just folks with really strong vision who were also really open minded and excited to talk about it and build on each other's ideas parents. Final reason for joining entercom was the growth. Which is really just validating. The i two things are true. This is a a huge market opportunity. A great product today and path forward in a very special team of people going after it. And that's why we're seeing the kind of massive exciting results that we're seeing. Karen remembers a particular moment at twenty eighteen when they were doing series d. fundraising. We're out talking to all of the best. Venture capitalists in silicon valley and talking about intercom. They were super excited. And as you may remember we ended up significantly oversubscribed and more people wanted to get in then even could but one of the most memorable meetings that that i had was with kleiner perkins in we were in there talking about intercom and doing our whole overview of what the company was and it was to all the partners in the group and every single person was really engaged in the conversation was clearly listening was asking questions except one person who's sitting in the back of the room and was on his phone. The entire time did not look up for a second. And i was trying to kind of engage him because as you know is very strange and i thought i guess he's not interested but everyone else. It seems to be really like getting this and so the whole time. You just sat there on his phone. And i thought well why does he just leave on his phone on his phone. At the very end of the conversation he said well. I just have one thing to add. If i may and i thought well this'll be this'll be interesting. And he proceeds to share a three minute poem.
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"The same thing as the bumping the colin version in your palm. You know like the stability of the m Is such that at least now that you should not feel this like dread to that but the historical baggage of java having those massive releases for so long and the pain that they inflicted on developers I think you just have you have the fall out of that. And that's why we're not seeing people eager to make that jump on the java. Sixteen upgrade is not pleasant for katainen users. I'll just say kay app for example is broken on sixteen as far as i can tell his. There's some reflection stuff involved. Yeah i think as java team is going to remove in Unsafe fan because of this allegro reflective faulk says exception It's really hard to upgrade to the latest version so jolly qassam libraries that are using reflection That can just be random java sixteen and sometimes there is like no other solution to solve this problem and if you depend on that library you cannot have great is there and it's like the problem that if your dependency cannot update your second grade and and the whole world now cannot have great. Okay quickfire rounds. That means everybody right. What do you want to see given that we all agree that there is a future for continent. What do you want to see in college. Three-point oh With the new compiler. Rewrite i would love a compiler plug because i have a katainen co source. Parsing parsing library. That can do almost everything. I want except like Type inference side. I'd love to be able to plug into the compiler rather than our source code and say now that we have this. Irr generate me some source code. And that's not there yet. When i talked to the team from a couple of weeks ago like it's not really there and there's no plan this for the rest of the year to work on that. So i three oh surely by that point we can have a plug in api so we can piggyback meta programming. Seem to be the name of the game for a lot of folks theft. I've a couple of libraries. That could really use that. It's funny you mention a tooling. Because i find the tooling good and compared to many other languages. It's just fantastic. So the fact that it's good and you wanna have betters is great. But i think he hit the nail on the head with speed at loved to see some speed and performance. I just like. I'm hoping the front end is at then because i feel the need for speed as i think most that was usually complain about so if we have that by three is that like is that cheating today by three am i like. Am i trying to drought like the actual roadmap numbers by saying that. I don't know but anyway and but i will but i will say what's the other day twitter said when they said do you want the edit bautzen i'll just say don't worry about speed just takes life a little bit slower down see go by..
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"Is where i mean. Jake did talk Obviously i can't remember the title exactly but it was something like cotton is dead long or java with john or something like that and you know as java gets more and more features that are similar to continent. We obviously continue to the question of. Oh you know why should i adopt cartland. And is there any future for cotton and given that's java has many of these features so what do you folks think about this. Do you feel. There's a future of carbon fibre. Remember that you if you strongly think there isn't seven. I go to talking weather show instead of his own. Cotton what do you think. What does the future holes in comparison. Particularly i guess java. I believe that there is still future falkland Because this fighter is java sixteen and seventeen sky man The majority of the steel java eight Under person no it. Because it's also our pain point on our source for league java analyzer because we reported bartova butte and we had to support java eight and where only now thinking about moving to java eleven. So it's like even the Java nineteen or java interval Beat scotland in features. Nobody will really use a bitcoin soul. We need like ten years or sampson for people to get to that point to start using it. So and in way gotland has This ten stoop to develop new future sent to find. Its knees shunt. I believe that Cotton multiplatform it's Something that Actually beats the java. Even they fits. Java has all the features cotton so extreme to my mind and i believe that there is future forgotten and the reason fueled for kirkland to be to be on the market. Now do you think there's a few colleges jokic. But now i think that's a great point because having just upgraded the cotton support in caucus. It's way easier to change a palm to move from common one five two kotlin to oh whatever's next right that's a very easy upgrade.
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"I mentioned this a bit yeah i already mentioned it. A bit so My first entrance to kotler was through Kotla an action book so Manning press i think. This book came across the desk and it was kind of their first kotler book and they didn't have anyone to really review kotlin content so they reached out to people who had reviewed java material in the past so at tech reviewed a bunch of their javad materials that they reached out there. Like this is of java. You wanna look at it And i was doing android at the time so kind of fit right in Similar to when mentioned where everyone was just trying to dip their toes in the water with unit tests. You didn't want to fully commit so we did the same thing tech reviewing the book Kind of on the side and that at work. I was rewriting unit tests in katelyn to sort of play with the language So i got into it. I love everyone. Started with units has like all. That's do it in the non important part of the of the of the project the test who cares right so You know it's been quite a while since then and the community has grown quite a bit. Were now twelve An a few more online. And i remember justin. You were around for this right. Do you remember our irc channel. Yeah i still want it all. You still run it. I'm still there. Yep it has anyone else shown up. Yeah it gets against decent traffic. I tend to direct people to the slack channel when they come in if they're interested Just because there's more people in slag us more active but yeah we probably have twenty or thirty people in there. It's i mean it's it's reasonably active. It's not overwhelming adjusting. When i left there about five six years ago we had about twelve people groceries astounding here right justifying my existence. Nobody was funny. Because we used to have this irc channel and once in a while it was always silence and people with pop in and ask some question and then it was like no. You're looking for the town in. Poland thought seductive different different channel and it was the same for like twitter twitter. Every time called lynnwood pop. It was about the ketchup. There's a catch up also Kotlin so folks for those of you that have been in the community for so many years. Have you seen it adopted. Change emphasis right up my alley running a amita margaritas. Such runs one as well When we first started the meet up We had you know maybe a hundred people and grew to two hundred to three hundred. Hoti after you Did your thing google ao. That kinda just made the whole thing explode and we just doubled in size overnight and then over the next year tripled in size..
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"It in the code base. And it kind of just snowballed from there. Basically like halo unit test and by november. We were using production. So sweet i did rejects paper after all that just to give proper credit critics do. Are you going to give me any credit or credit giza. Patrolling us The next year right I think actually dragged vishnu on talking kotlin with me and error. This was right before the google. Ao announcement and haughty was like oh. I wonder there's going to be going to be anything interesting. Announced that google. I o this year and we're just like we don't you know and then of course that was the year that interest of supporting scotland. So so i'll blame you. Is that same as credit. Yes by the same name. Pops up on duller. Seo well on this topic actually. I do have to ask you how you you do. Have to tell us. A the the the very abridged version of how you got into touch with cotton. I because i know people are gonna ask in the comments. I i've mentioned that. I think numerous times it was under breslau. Couldn't go to a conference. And he said. Can you give a talk on katainen. And it was like i had about forty five fifty days to learn the jvm and everything and it was so bad. That i was using c. Sharp conventions in my coat. it was just. It was horrendous now. But but i got the justin for your for for your information. It was an oscar. I got the largest room in the venue around two hundred people and about eight. People showed up so estimated is traditionally hard problem so margarita. The also onto tell us a little bit about how you may be got started because it's very exciting to to see people Go go from from starting with the language of the first place to now. You said you're working on on analyzes for the language. That's that's quite a journey. Yeah that's actually was my dream job. 'cause i tried to introduce cleaning many companies that he worked for But unfortunately this forces the ghosts mostly because other developers and not all of them are so excited about copland and My journey was Started to guess since two thousand fifteen or something exists have heard about what they heard something leg braces developing new. Jvm language and I felt like why do we need one more. Jvm language and they said stealth like it won't won't be that great but into southern sixteen There was a conference in kief. And i heard the adult from anton. Gigs and i was so much impressed by his outfit. So i thought the guy inside. Great i can tell some bullshits. Oakland.
"10 year" Discussed on Talking Kotlin
"Welcome to a special anniversary episode of talking kotlin where we are celebrating ten years of the cotton programming language. It's honestly been quite the journey. And i'm very happy to have a co-pilot for the sony my co host with me. Which is hottie hottie. Other said well. Selby as i on that. Recently you wanna be cold. Sevi- it's literally in my twitter handle. Okay yeah should should it be. Should it be savvy. I o and also kind of like with the whole asynchronous model. Now i mean maybe but that's not a top level domain so i can't really registered that one all the iowa's for the domain all you can you can go there and you can find a very outdated version of of my portfolio. Yes so we do have a special episode today right. We have everyone From the katelyn community will tell everyone. We've been trying for ten years to go this community we did and this is where we all right so So shall we go round and have everyone introduce themselves those like a great idea. Let's start with justin okay. as you can see. My name is justin lee. I work at red hat. On the quickest project. I'm primarily responsible for the catlin support their work on various other katainen libraries. And i don't know i've been doing. I've been with katainen since two thousand eleven actually early early on i saw job one and thought that looks fun so in with ever since i am jake wharton. I work at square on cash up. The android client Brief flirtation with Also working google on kotlin stuff But aren't on cash. We readopted kotler early on and are big proponents for the multiplatform efforts. Hi everyone margarita ends. I work as engineer in center source and currently i am Developing the clean analyzer. Aesthetic visor so we should be promising and before this. I was leading gotland community in kiev ukraine for around three years. Where can i sort of meat stops conferences and that was real fun. And i'm a big fan of katelyn one. My name is pamela hill. I'm android engineer from guard. Nutty studio we used to be called over engineering and I'm from dettori on select waiting for punk.
"10 year" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"For places like yum enterprises before these gigantic global brands and brought a true global technology visions. Who this thing. That was our first full time chief technology officer and he's done an amazing job since two thousand fifteen. I'll tell you. A quick story took completely off subject when he was going through an interview. He came up to my lake house in big bear and couldn't get through the gate for some reason and he actually had to jump the fence to get to my house. The do is interview to to get hired by almost. Nobody knows that while now. Almost everybody knows that. But that's on stephen. God he was. He was a very creative even before he started for being a great story. I can't wait to talk about that. After that we we actually believe it or not global system we didn't have and re on the system white yet even though it was four or five years into it because there were a couple of other systems out there by april of two thousand sixteen. We brought everybody else onto the system australia. Canada a couple of places in the united states. And i think the first time we can actually say we are now pretty much one hundred percent on the system and getting everyone on people think why. What's the big deal. You know the beginning. Sometimes it's technology. Sometimes it's people was definitely both to get everybody on by twenty fifteen. What else So the next big milestone happening. There's one that happened in two thousand seventeen in one. That happened two thousand eighteen in the first one in two thousand seventeen right around thanksgiving time in the us. It was cross chapter referrals now. He's electric slips that we were doing and it opened up the world and we don't just have to pass a slip in our meeting. If we don't have resources are chapter. Why not try to keep it in the family. And that plummer. That's two towns over or you know the so. That was huge. We've only got about another minute or so. Let's see if we can. I can talk about this stuff all day. Do you to but yet after that we did the global referrals in two thousand eighteen. You ge- huge. The that was my vision for this organization back in one thousand nine hundred five. So i'm so pleased and it's really open. Especially i mean that was before cohen and before yeah global meetings and things like that this vision to be actually asked referrals. Slowly was absolutely amazing. An increase in value of our membership a hundredfold But then we took on the most technically complicated challenge. We never had and that was. We did have one country that was not on connect you and that was israel and it was house of the right to left reading of hebrew. Yeah and if anybody wants to challenge change your to hebrew and beyond connect and it's mind boggling what happens to speak hebrew that reverses the screen and the words so very very simple it was not very very much not simple but it was also necessary as we bring on other rights. Left's languages in the future. I'm so and then during the branding refresh and finally moving to the cloud. We are now one hundred percent cloud base no more brick and mortar servers. Or anything like that so So so many things have happened over the past ten years absolutely in the last one was Event optimization and attendance letters update in in may. So right yes. So we're now we're now helping to automate some of the processes by connecting some of the other systems. We have out there to be an. I engage and be an a business builder and really using the power of all of these connected systems. And being able to say okay. Well what is the person's ended in being. I can but then use the email powerhouse of being i engage actually manage the process of getting the research mr meeting but now coming out from a completely different system. So we're out of time. But here's why i wanted to do this podcast today. I wanted everyone to know. We really want this process to for members and we have been working for a decade or more to put this together we have pumped in millions of dollars into this program. I mean most companies that do a system like this are public companies with huge venture capital. We have done this Ourselves and created a platform. Which i think is pretty amazing. And we put in a lot of efforts and People like jeremy who germany has been on. Boards twenty eleven. I think you the longest running person involved in i connect. That could wrong but other than me. I think your longest running person jerry. I appreciate all of your efforts. If you're listening to this podcast and you wanna comment on what you like. 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"10 year" Discussed on WTH Podcast
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"10 year" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"About president biden in. This is pretty ominous the campaign that he clearly lost. He lost big. He lost enough to be ashamed except he didn't. He got more votes than anybody in history. He lost enough to tell him. Nobody locks you joe. I mean he lost enough to know that. Hey i mean it was so bad. If they would show him the real numbers the man would be ashamed. I mean i'd like to see the real numbers have not seen the really. We've we've seen okay very good. I remember he leaned into the mike and told president trump. You're coming for you. And he growled out this demonic sound. I can't make the sound. It's called an old man whisper. Yes it was this demonic voice. I've heard him make it again recently. Yeah it's old man whisper. He's old and it's also like you're a fucking idiot. So i'm gonna fucking whispering so you get the fucking idea what i'm trying to say. Listen when he did. I went back. And i took a picture. I think it was at that. Moment is one of the moments. I took a picture phone right on television. He took a picture of television with his phone. Good for you man. Looks like there's nobody else's picture. I took it and went. Pull i was led to when i pulled it up. His is at that moment. I can't see it but tell me if we can put that up on the screen and it's clear on the on the is. We're trying to do something here for you. Okay it's up there now yes okay. It's up there now. Look at the is if you look at the is you'll notice. There's they're serpents pupils. No no they're not. You have a shitty camera vote and you take a picture of tv. Fuck that guy. Just just say he looks like a homeless. He looks like a home white. Do who decided. He looks like billy. Ray cyrus through on a big old mummy wig and he tried to grow dreads and then he stopped in the process. It's true but he also he also Has conversations with god by the way in god's told him some things the lord told me this he said everyone knows you and i know that the democrat party is evil you crazy. The more told me there suck guy all right we're done can handle. I already looked at some. This share all of it. And like i definitely like lost like of brain cells. The first time. I laid probably double the dose. This time like fuck man. Yeah yes fucking bullshit. It's really something. I was talking to god in. God told me everybody knows you know it. The democrat party's even by the way. Do you think god who oversees the entirety of the universe is really that hot on us politics. jesus christ. We are egotistical narcissistic bucks. Fuck that guy. All right moving on mike lindell. We're okay yeah. biden's serpent is knows. Whisper whisper it's creepy. No it was a fucking flakes. It was fucking flex from the bucket president states to tell that person that they're fucking idiot like i don. That's what i got from it. Is that what you got from it. Yes 'cause i've had old white man's talk to me like that and the only talk to you like that when they think you're fucking piece of shit and you did not listen to what they fucking said like. I don't know. I come from a long line of white very mike. Lindell's speaking of white men he. He has a history issue because His his company mypillow better business bureau rating that was allegedly in a blessing. Before and then you start off. I don't know what it was or not. He's saying it went from a+ to to an f. business bureau the crooked better chuck from an a plus to an app still. An app is fantastic. The better business bureau tikki to f. from any plus to enough when i went all in for donald trump in two thousand six better. Okay this is talk about this. Let's talk about this real real quick the better business bureau. They hit me up by the way and they wanted so. So here's a fun fact about the business bureau. I was not aware of They shake you down for money. You can tell you that right. And they're nonprofit. I get it. And they're nonprofit does not mean that it's a good thing they so they so they're like they go through this whole thing like bob blah. It'll be this much. And i'm like okay because i'm thinking it's for like a year. 'cause that's a it's a nominal amount as at she starts going through the whole thing and i said hold on. Is that a month and she goes. Yeah and by the way. It's a certain amount and it's a certain amount more for each employee. I add which by the way bloom. Shit oh god. That's blue shit that you're going to rape my business. Which fine i get it. That's what you do. That's great but then turn around and go but if you hire two people it's going to cost you an extra ten dollars a month to be in this whole thing. And but they do send you a sticker. They can put on the window. I gotta printer right by the way. The amount was more than i pay for anything per month outside of my lease payment. And when i was when i when i had to pay for internet internet. It's more than my phone is every month. It's more than this than than. I'm paying for stream yard every month on an annual basis. Right there and i'm not going to do that and then go. Oh well. I want to hire a part timer. Oh but i'm going to have to pay an extra ten dollars a month to the better business bureau so back when i used to manage the spa found out how much of these to shake right. Not just the better business bureau so yes. I wasn't gonna call him by name but yes our friends sushi. Brian hates yell. Yes they will they will take. They will take your bad rating off for price. Sure and they tell allegedly allegedly and they to have operatives that they send out again. I'll fucking call them operatives because they go to trainings fucking learn how to companies over to give them a lower like they do everything right but they do everything they can to get fucking horrible experience when they go and then they. They'd yelp about it. You want to know what's a bad experience when you when you're on an airplane and decide you wanna get off. Its tells me a passenger open. The door of the plane taxied and jumped out.
"10 year" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights
"And we geeked out you know on on how we can really make an impact but again there's a lot of neat connections there that that are much deeper than just a transaction. It's not just a vendor relationship anymore. It's truly a partnership and that that gets pretty exciting and finally. You've sydney's goes. And they're all deadlines going forward you review them consistently once every six months. How how will you essential progress that we've guy Three different what. We call working groups since so Pity da diversity equity and inclusion been around for a couple of years and so Were we're setting up dashboards. So what can we tenure goals and we have to have the one year goals to get to the tenure goals and then here each of the components Inclusivity there's recruitment. There's employee engagement so that you just kind of start to break down and break it down and breaking down on each of them have targets so they meet monthly to progress and talk about how we're doing and saying the same thing we bet to environmental working groups one on the circular product design vantage out of our nda and then went out of facilities. Which has the rust of ed goals or commitments on sustainability and. Then we've got a stem education working group that were just standing up and so really issue. This will follow the same process There's accountability we have an impact council That we've got a diversity d. I executive council in our impact council who their quarterly governance. So we were poor progress quarterly to our leadership councils. And then will do the same with eric. Steam executive leadership team as well as the board so we just met with the board weeks ago to talk about. This is typically so we've guy we've got governance and visibility all over the company so Really you know when. I look at the environmental goals are still work to be done there. And so we've look at as as So we're an agile. Company are trying to be more agile and so agile is about getting your product market and then iterating and so the environmental targets. We're gonna take a little bit more time in so we didn't want to hold up the strategy for another six months to a year to get his environmental targets in place in so we said okay. Let's launch this. Let's get out there. Let's start working on the diversity piece in the we'll come back in a year's time or however long it takes us unto set more specific emissions targets for example and so That's the approach that we wanted to take with us. And then again i'll just really close on In go back to the to the diversity goals This is really this is gonna take so many of us To work on this and our ambition. Here's really we inspire other people to set goals by really what's needed and may not be what's obviously and so. We really hope that this is kind of a call to action for collective to really change the way we're thinking about this and really drive. More innovation to change the to change pipeline specified..
"10 year" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"Truck support donkeys storage. We it goes into that transportation system and for to for the life of me. I have even with the fda shifting to a systems based approach to Inspection and enforcement. I see great difficulty with implementation and enforcement of this aspect of the supply of the supply chain and and i think therefore That this is is is a gap and and so let let let me put a fine point on it. So much of the much of my concern is about perishable foods perishable foods in the cold chain So when when we when we take the food from a well regulated at a high performance food production establishment and we offer it into transportation refrigerated transportation refrigerated distribution. We know and we have. We have good data that they that the food is almost immediately subjected to a use Temperature abuse and whereby There is a increase potential for the outgrowth of undesirable. And or pathogenic microorganisms. So the this is the gatt. This is the gap for me transportation and the cold chain interesting. Do you think that the With the new era of smart food safety with the emphasis on technology and traceability things that some of that will get addressed as as we leverage more technology and pay attention. Yeah i think it. I think it it will help. More information. will lead to corrections and preventive control measures. So right now. The dow is a positive information once that once that material goes into the supply chain it it can lose. Its identity can lose its history And certainly we don't have a good information about how it's been handled stored Whether it's been subjected to temperature abuse or not so when anything that we can do the smart food safety artificial intelligence All of those all of those things that we can bring to bear Own shining a brighter light on the history of the food in the distribution system is going to enable improvement. Now what. I found interesting so i have my own gap that all out in the end. This discussion with before we move on to question three. But i wanted to to mention a few of the gaps Described to me by by the folks. I reached out to retail and food service was a huge gap david atchison and steve. Maher not both Specifically mentioned retail foods now retail is dressed in the smarter new era of smarter. Safety blueprint. David also mentioned about tracking and traceability Frank mentioned that as you as you said larry. That essentially food production is constantly evolving as arthur pathogens that cause contamination so.
"10 year" Discussed on The Current
"Quebec politician Dominique gloves parents. George UNGLOVED in Mealy Neptune. I'm glad we're among those killed in the earthquake. She also lost her uncle and her cousin last month as the tenth anniversary approached. She spoke in Quebec's National Assembly and told the story of her sister calling her twenty four hours after the quake Zepa Mama. That's my Malacca School because you've been the dominique ungloved is saying and I said Dad and mum and it was at that moment that I understood that in one blow. I had lost my father my mother. My uncle and my cousin Domenico glove is the liberal member in the National Assembly for the Montreal writing sent Santan. Good Morning Good Morning told me about that moment in the National Assembly this incredibly powerful Oh was It was very emotional national and I you know a today's beforehand. I didn't know whether I was going to do it. Or not I didn't know whether I was capable of speaking about this The National National Assembly. But then I I also have the responsibility to do that. My parents were due to Friskin Indians to be identified the aftermath of the earthquake and I think This story is not only my story but it's the story of hundreds of thousands of people have been acted by this earthquake. So I thought I I had to do it and I didn't know exactly what I was going to say. How was going to come out but I just shared the story like it happened And how I felt and remembering my sister calling me and my sister not being able to tell me dad and mom had passed away she was only able to tell me Who was my aunt? She's alive and Nick is alive and then I was saying and dad and she was an me is alive and sitting repeating all those lanes the people that were alive. He was incapable of telling me who was who had passed away. And that's how I understood what was going on you make that speech And then what happens. Politics can be a pretty divisive Participation to be in we know that people have different sides that they're involved in what happened happened in in that moment after when you go in regardless of what party you're from You go in because you think you can change the oil change things and I think we all human the the end so I had people from different parties coming to me and hugging me and and I could see people being emotional across all parties. Although it was a very sad moment it was also a very moving moment because as people were were all touched touched by the story and you know we have significant is for our patient as ranked Quebec. It's very hard to be quebecer and not to know one percents. That originally comes from Haiti eighty took me back a decade ago. When you first heard that their head burn earthquake in Haiti what did you think what went through your mind you know? I was restaurant and I was having dinner and somebody call into earthquake in Haiti. I'm like okay my parents out there because you're on vacation but All later it was it was nothing for me because earthquake is not something that is necessary. Terrible so I but almost like five minutes later somebody called I said. Did you see the earthquake. Oh did you hear about it and then I started realizing okay. It's more serious than I thought. And we started making phone calls all didn't have used but it was not surprising. The lines were caught and I had to wait until the next day to have news. We thought we had good connections. Some people giving us information and it was all all it was all wrong. In in from members of my family yet had died so Twenty four hours of not knowing of certainty the of stress fear and And then the news. I was going to say what were those twenty four hours like. I can't imagine seeing images hearing about it but not not knowing the state of your family. What was it was terrible? It was it was terrible. But you know we have very We're very resilient family. So he's trying to stay very active calling people finding solutions reaching out so it was also very a busy so you did have time to think too much about all this. You're trying to I was emotive trying to find solutions. But you can only imagine what a what it's like and then to us But then few hours later spoke with my aunt who had lost her her son Mike. My cousin who was twenty four years old passed away as spoke to to his mom. My aunt my aunt and she said you know dominate the dead. And there's nothing we can do about that. There's so many more things that you need to did you for the people that are alive so she was so strong that I told myself I'm here here. I am in Montreal and able to a half a positive influence despite everything that we're going to try to find solutions for the other people that are in need will deal with all this afterwards but if if we can actually get some food get people over there to help out and get back on the get back on their feet that this will will be contributing so it's a a personal tragedy within national or international catastrophe. Told me about your parents. They sounded like remarkable people So both my parents were from Haiti. the move to Quebec nineteen. sixty-nine was born in seventy four. And the reason why I was born and raised in Quebec is because my father was a was as a political prisoner under underdeveloped and He he had to leave the country and he came to Quebec in. co-founded the University of Montreal mom became a teacher and they were very involved in their communities. And when I say community for back he shouldn't communities in in Montreal. We all My mom was very involved with them. Female female groups and And my dad always invited some some kind of politics because he ended up being a minister Mr in the end in in Haiti And I think it's their engagement values that have That I've really they were able to transfer that aura to conveyed those values to us. We are with following we we walking in the footsteps. Your mom wrote a thesis. What what was the thesis? The thesis was the work of women. or how men become rich so basically defunct communism in infringing Basically illustrating that a lot of the men in he Had some money. But because of the work of the women supporting them she she was a feminist and The the book was all about the impact award jump women in the in the country. How did the work you talked about the impact that they had on Quebec Society? How did their work shape who you are now because you were involved in engineering before their death right? That's probably the reason why I mean politics today because they've always encouraged me to think about what difference I can make in the world and Politics is one way of doing that. So that's the certainly the reason why I'm doing what I'm doing today. And that that advice that motivation that your aunt gave you about The the work that you can do to help the living. What did that mean to you in terms of where you are now? It's something that I carry with me all the time. And even the National Assembly I share the fact that he had After exile after being sent to jail and finally he was a he was sent to tinker Acre back but He wrote a letter to my mom. And he said you know we're going to go and build I'm just going to translate it as a As I can right now but we're going to build tomorrow's at that look like our dreams so I thought disin- exactly what they've been able. STU gives us as values despite what's going on you always have to stand up and and fight for what you think is right we he also With the with the singer rocket fire outage in session Stein founded a foundation called copy which which means stand up inquiry all and to support people in Haiti. So I think these are values that are very very alive and that I'm trying to convert my own children that that cushion that you mentioned from your father. I mean that was that was in a letter that you found that he that he rotate your mother. Yes I mean told me about that letter. So the ladder The letter was written the year of I was born and it's also the year where he was sent to jail in that sent back to Quebec and After after they had passed away I was looking at all the papers and documents and I found that card For Chris it's on December. Twenty four th. He's writing this letter. My mom is pregnant. He goes to a nearby. My mom too tim unique and to you who doesn't have a name and he writes this card and at the end he said despite everything the wheel bill bill tomorrow was that looked like our dreams. it's very moving. It's it shows the strength that he had in the in the courage and I think we need to be inspired by this every day. When you look at the situation now in Haiti a decade after the earthquake What do you see? Of course. Haiti is going through difficult situation right now. Too Complex country a because of the dictatorship Because of everything that went wrong afterwards. A Haiti is in is in this current situation. That is very hard. The there are some initiatives that are clearly working being at the local level and copies a good example of that when you see communities are Becoming financially independent creative a standing up for themselves working agriculture working in education But at the end of the day like in any place in the world you need a stable government to make things happen and so if you think of those words that were in the letter that your father wrote to your mother that idea of building days that resemble our dreams or building days as that resembled our futures. What are your dreams for Haiti? They finally get A government that is table in they can actually focused focused on building. This new generation of leader kept population is under twenty years old It's a wealth unbelievable believable wealth. And and I really hope that there is a leader or group of people That will be able to Create opportunities for this new generation. It's a real pleasure to talk to you about this if I wanted to say. Thank you in Creole holiday. Say That you would say Miss Yuppie. Dominique Messina appeal. Thank you so much. Domini ungloved is the liberal M._N._A.. For the Montreal writing a centenary Santan for more C._B._C.. PODCASTS Goto C._B._C.. Dot C._A. Slash podcasts..