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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

03:56 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"You were that person. I know you've seen use notifications going off on your smartphone. Ten years ago. Would have been that wasn't my smartphone. I'll let you go. I thought it was my blind years. I picked up on these things. I even knew it wasn't your fault. But ten years ago, I wasn't that person. I was waiting for the technology to go obsolete on me. And that's the difference. I was using all tech. I accept that I was nervous about the step change that was coming. But I was investigating it. I was researching I was learning about it and it was preparing for it. And what I was working with was still viable. And I think it's folks who are still in that position. Now, ten years on, they're dealing with something that's losing its viability. And that's why they will be put into that traumatic situation of having to make a crisis move. And so I don't think I was ever that far behind the curve, because if I were, I would still be there now. I was looking, I think you said it was the iPhone three was the first one we voice over. And I got mine on 5. So it wasn't that far behind all. It's only two years. And it's been great talking to great reminiscing about all this as well. Just to kind of look back and see where you've been and where you are now. And yes, slightly different circumstances, but ultimately it comes back to fear. It goes back to feed of that unknown and it's about making that first step and actually more importantly, I think, the point you've come up with today is it's important not to wait until it's too late. Yeah. Really interesting. Ken, thanks so much for coming back on. Pleasure to talk to you once again, Steven. And we mustn't leave it so long. So there you go, Sean, you see, it doesn't matter how into tech you are, how not to take you are. You can always get there with it. Well, it seems to me that Ken is probably not your friend anymore after you kept. Insisted that he hated it. Back in the day. And he wasn't having it. He did. Okay, well, he seems into it now. It's amazing though that when you think back at those times, it was, it was amazing times. I just think it's interesting to look at that. Okay, there's two angles here. One is that he wasn't an early adopter, as he says himself, but he did get into early ish. I mean, two years later, really, when the iPhone became accessible, he got into it. But for a lot of people today, I think it would be interesting to hear that point of view. Because Joel know there are many people out there who still resist the smartphone. They will not touch it. People still still to this day say, no, no, no, I've got this. It works for me. And I get it. I totally understand it. But Ken put it so eloquently. If you don't do that, if you don't make the move, you will be left behind and the problem is when that technology feels on you. That's it. What are you going to do? Once that rubber band snaps and your battery falls out, what are you going to do? Exactly. It's really interesting guy. I'm so glad we go, I'm on today. That's it for us for today. Back again tomorrow, of course, feedback at double tap on your dot com. Your feedback always welcome here. We'll get to, of course, on the next show.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

05:59 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"And she will. She'll just jump into life. I use them in the right, and I have connected the heating controls into it. But I just tend to find I just grabbed my phone. Yeah. And the opposite. I never seem to have a home. And I never pick up the phone. Unless there's something wrong. Unless I don't get the sense that's right. I think and it just double check this, but actually most of the time I use lady. For me, makes it great, isn't it? And the reason I'm not actually massively bothered about the fact that the actual device in the wall is not accessible is that what really makes that a brilliant tool is I can has nothing to do with being blind. Is I can use it from it from outside the house. Yes. So you have some say, I still use the old fashioned kind of timer type arrangements that we've all done with centrality for years. And that's works for the polka things, but this time you're doing whatever is you like to do your work to come home and the house is going to be called because it's too early for the heating to have kicked in and just before we go, I'm going to switch the heating on sitting there in the car in the cafe wherever you've been switching on before you go home. And this is nice and warm together. So using Amazon echo would be no good for that. It has to be through the phone. So I guess that's why I tend to do it through most of the points since that kind of occasion when I wanted to use it. I've got to ask you about the PC, so the dusty old PC that you had. Is that still the one you're running or have you upgraded? I'm running, I think, definitely what I was running for ten years ago, definitely moved on from that. I think but what I'm using is a terribly modern. I'm not a Windows laptop. So I think it was still on a desktop back in the day. That recording was released. I'm now using a desktop, still Windows 10, having Windows 11 on it. It's quite an old test laptop. I think it's 6 or 7 years old. But it's got our. Hard drive instead of a disk drive. It didn't really got it, but I've had to upgrade it, so it is silent mode. That was quite one of these funny scary moments. The disk drive was getting a bit old and the guy who exhausted it from me said, well, you could put a hard drive in instead. A solid state drive, yeah. And I said, well, one thing I'll miss is the noise.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

03:26 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"But absolutely, it's what the game changer and the thing that really meet everybody who we call it has been something completely different cruises out of the box. Yes. There was, for those of us who had been around for a few generations previously, we've lived with Joel's having to install jobs every time you get a new computer and that it was an add on software that it was never wholly compatible. That's what I was just talking about before I keep talking to you guys. And equally with the smartphone or the old fashioned phones rather what was it called talks? Yeah, talks, and they only worked in a certain models of the Nokia phones. So you used to go around with a list. And you had to have the right form. And the software cost more than the phone. And then Apple came on and said, it's here. It's in their no. And it's there for everybody. And that was just that really was such a game changing moment for access technology. It was and it is that it isn't universal. It's still not there. Yeah. How many kitchen appliances have you got that I've got speech? Yeah. Absolutely. And even adding as an add on, it's hard to get, but out of the box, it's impossible. Yeah, it seems to have been reserved too. I think about going into Canada you'd walk into our Best Buy or here in the UK, walk into a cut or a John Lewis, and you would say, okay, so what in here in the tech section is accessible to me. Maybe just expand it from tech. Anything with a plug on it. Or is it actually accessible to me? Ten years ago, 15 years ago, that was not a lot. I mean, computers to some degree, but very limited. I mean, if you bought a Windows PC, you could turn on narrator, but really you are just going to use that to get you to the jaws website. But beyond that, any other computer probably not. Any other television, forget it. Like you say, the appliances. And nowadays you walk in, really, it's their places that are left behind, ended up there are few that do have, for example, the smart companion apps that help access them, but even televisions that have got screen reader technology built in and lots of accessibility tools. It still feels very much early days for it. You know, it doesn't feel like it's grown up at all. And that's a nice terrible hold on to that one companion app. And they agree, and I use a hive, heating system, only all these things I don't use it for causing the current institution lights on and off. But I know it can do all of those things. But yeah, I can control that from my phone. I can't control it from the wall. Because the high device itself doesn't talk. Yeah, the heating thermostat, yeah. But the. App is fully nearly accessible. Have you connected it to your Amazon echo? Do you have an hour's neck? Yeah, absolutely. Thank you for using the correct wording. I can't see the other word because she will listen.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

05:45 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"I am a touch taper, it was one of the first things I learned to do when I was losing my sight, it was touch taping and it has been so useful ever since. And with a top with a top screen, because you can't be a touch tape, it's not doesn't work. It helps to know the proper layout of a quest keyboard. And you can spin about it relatively fast, but you're pointing and then double Tapping and it's just a really slow way of engaging. So it's not that I can't do it on screen. It just feels so small. So having a Bluetooth keyboard to enable me to type on my smartphone has been a really that was a really important power of the whole package that made smartphones work for me. And most of the time, this sake here, but as well as using a standard name brands here. So I use a bunch of Bluetooth keyboard. I didn't go to the Apple one because it's a lot cheaper to buy Logitech. That's fine. Food. On the Greek keyboard. Yeah. It's great. I've had three, I've got three. Which one do you want to give us model numbers? We need them. I think. It might be. Over here. I have on my desk inside a fancy little case I bought for it. I can send you a link here. My little Logitech K three 80. I love that keyboard. That's why I use with my iPhone. 'cause I'm with you. But the other thing that I got, which was for the 5 and the first IC was a revo. Ah, yeah, I've had a lot of people talk about these. The reboot was great. He described that to people that don't know. As an acronym, remote interface with voice-over. It's a Bluetooth device, and it's about the size of a credit card. And so you can use it as a. Number of pads in it, which actually allows you to take in the old fashioned candy bar we are typing. Right. But there's also what they call mini query in many correct is actually really clever. So it uses the same not quite similar to as creative, but I don't use it anymore. And because it doesn't work on the SE 2022, or it's got the 22, it's the iOS 15, I think the revote. And I haven't bought a new one since then. Because part of this on the right to mention lockdown is that I'm going to load things to

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

03:19 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"For you. Once you've got them, you can stick with them and they'll do years and years of good service. So that was ten years ago, you and I have in that conversation. I sounded like a chipmunk in there. Both sided like the Muppet babies there. That was beautiful. Step back inside. Too many whiskys since then. Yeah, they're always like, I can't speak for myself on that one. What's happened to me? Really interesting though, isn't it listening back to that? I mean, it doesn't it take you back. Just show you how far we've come. Yep. It's all changed. And where are you now? Please, please don't tell me you still get that shoddy old PC and terrible. That was held together with an elastic band. Yeah, but that was just so you could identify it, right? And you had to take the back off it regularly to get the bash to switch it off because the power button didn't work. And I did all of that and I did that for quite a long time. I probably pretty sure soon after that, I did actually and I elect for an iPhone in the phone category. We'll deal with that electron iPhone and that was an iPhone 5 just to give you a few of the art. And I used the 5 for a while, but yeah, it's incredible. I can't remember what the capacity of it was, but it filled up, and I don't do photographs. I don't do music that much. It's something to that stage. And it showed up. It's just with apps or very quickly relatively quickly moved on and one of the first ACs, which the whole idea of SEs was a great idea from Apple because it actually took a bit of a bit of that fear at the screen, because it's a much better value proposition when you're maybe not entirely confident about it. So the SE is a product range from Apple is really helpful. I'm now on an SE 2022. So I'm on that website smartphone in ten years. It's not quite smart, actually. Don't need to upgrade every year. But okay, I want to go back to the fear because that's the bit that I remember having the call. This is what sparked it all because I remember you and I having this chat. That was so pleased when I found the clip. Because I reminded me of the conversations that we had back then, you and I especially we would talk about this, and you were very nervous about the whole touch screen. No, we were all aware. Let's be fair. We all thought that's it. We're finished. We're locked out. Absolutely. And I guess we were many people were telling us we were. And there were people at that conference in other places. You were telling us that we don't need to be. And I saw yeah, I overcame that fear. And one way I overcame it and the tool I still utilize is the Bluetooth keyboard. So I still find on screen typing very, very slow and cumbersome.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

05:21 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Not one of those going out types. Not one of those going out type blind people sorry. Not for me. But anyway, I can not wait to hear you in Scotland. I mean, it's a big place. I mean, I might not see it compared to the rest of the world, but it is quite a big place. And I think you may find we may not bump into each other. But I'm glad you're coming. I hope you enjoy it when you get here. Very nice. Try the fish and chips. Okay, let's get another voicemail from Tony. New Hampshire, how's it going? Tom, that's what makes you guys ask you guys about your opinions on the era router or do you guys call it wheelchair? Love mud, it's got one just before Christmas. And the security stuff on it is great. I know how VPNs have only wanted is built into the hero plus description and it also has a free version of our free account to one password, which I like a lot. I've been trying to pass it over a little bit, a little bit at a time, and that's pretty good. The router set up pretty easily. Plugged it in. And then arrange change over and all I had to do was put my name on my network in of you. And I put it in my really long password for the network and off you go. And everybody does come in here since. It doesn't even know everyone set up because I'll reconnect it because it's all the same name and everything. So thanks for that, guys. And about Braille. I've never learned Braille as a kid. I push a wheelchair around a lot and my fingers kept a very not sensitive enough to read Braille. So there was oh, he couldn't meet it. But until I tried it at 13 to 14, they were right.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

02:36 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"With the pneumatic compatibility, which is inside these home ports, that will just make it more and more relevant as the years go on in a way this is almost a device that will build into your smart home down the line. It's interesting because of course this went away. A lot of people were upset when the homebody was taken away and reading a lot of the reviews now. People are saying, hang on, it's back. Why is it bike? We didn't have it. I was okay with that. I know it's bad. We make up your mind, right? You cried when it went away. You know, you cry when it came back. But anyway, it's back now, and yeah, and no one's forcing you to buy it, right? Buy it, don't buy it. They don't care. While the duke, they can't. I don't care. That's maybe the important point. Right, let's get a voicemail from Ronnie. Hey guys, across the pond, it's Ronnie from the land of igloos. Hey. You guys want to know something about Braille? But I don't know anything about it. Sorry, on the way I'm talking to you. But anyways, in the Christmas basket under the tree this year, it was Braille. It has a slightly stylus, it has a whole bunch of other stuff. My daughter in law has made cards, single cards for all of us. We've decided as a family, we're going to have some fun and friendly family Braille lessons. She's made the bingo cards out of recipe index cards, traced around checkers and line rimmed with puff paint. We each get a 6 L Braille card plus the 6 button Perkins keyboard. Plus 6 checkers. And she just calls out a letter and tells us what bullard we're supposed to be looking for. Or playing on. It's fun, it's going to be exciting, the grandkids are involved. Sound and the rest of the elves are involved. And speaking of Santa, he did not give me my sunu bracelet.

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"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

02:42 min | Last week

"10 years" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Along to the show at no sham priest today, no, and look, I've got something very serious to tell you here. This is a very sad news, unfortunately. It can be with us today because, well, here's the thing. He did something today. Just this morning, he did something, and you know, it was foolish. He should have known better. But he did it anyway. And, well, we are, we are where we are now. We know our where we are. So slippy outside because it's icy and it's cold. And Sean went for a walk, right? He went for a walk. Yeah, I know. I know. And that's exactly

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Why Stefan George Is Optimistic for Crypto in 2023

The Breakdown

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Stefan George Is Optimistic for Crypto in 2023

"So first up, we have a thread from Stefan George, this came out on January 10th. He writes why I am optimistic for crypto in 2023, what will drive blockchain demand and what projects to watch out for in 2023. Markets are down, but fundamentals are strong. To get out of the speculative bubble, connecting blockchain to quote the real world will be key. We have to decouple demand for blockchain from pure crypto intrinsic demand, making it part of everyone's daily transactions. If people were to use blockchain for real payments or actual banking, demand would not depend on hype and speculation. There are two main trends, which will unfold in 2023. One, more real world assets, RWA, on chain, making them part of the DeFi ecosystem. Two, integration of blockchain into the railways of old world of payments and banking, making transitioning seamless. Real world assets have come a long way. USD C and USD T are leading, but there is a demand for more. Backed 5 is about to launch the first fully backed stocks, ETFs and fixed yield products as ERC 20 tokens without any restrictions making them fully compatible with the DeFi ecosystem. Centrifuge is already bringing real world assets successfully to DeFi and recently hit $100 million of total value locked, proving the demand to use real world assets as collateral in DeFi. While there are many options for USD backed tokens, EUR has always been neglected. Main area is here to change that with EUR E and tight integration into the cipa banking infrastructure. Today you can issue your E with a simple C but transfer instantly.

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Michelle Obama admits she couldn't stand husband Barack for 10 years

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | Last month

Michelle Obama admits she couldn't stand husband Barack for 10 years

"Hey, Michelle Obama says she couldn't stand Barack for ten years. I got news for you, Michelle. I got you beat. I still can't stand them. Former First Lady Michelle Obama said, quote, she couldn't stand her husband, former president Barack Obama. When their children were young and she said, people think I'm being catty for saying this. It's like there were ten years where I couldn't stand my husband. This is what the former First Lady said in an interview earlier this month with revolt and guess when it happened when those kids were little. The Obama daughters malia and Sasha were ages 7 and ten when they moved into The White House. Their mother said in the interview to promote her new book that the young children pose a challenge as she and the former president advance their careers. Wow, for ten years while we were trying to build our careers and worrying about school and who's doing what and what I was like, ah, this, this isn't even, she said, and guess what? Marriage isn't 50 50 ever, ever. There are items I'm 70. He's sturdy. There are times he's 60, I'm 40, but guess what? Ten years. We've been married 30. I would take ten bad years over 30. It's just how you look at it. People give up 5 years, I can't take it. Okay, I give her props for that.

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Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Digital Detox

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:41 sec | Last month

Candace Owens and Charlie Discuss Digital Detox

"Data points are essentially, they're called digital toxins, right? And people are sick, you have a biological immune system and you also have a psychological immune system. And people don't think about that when they're on social media. And I think about it all the time. I know when I need to tap out for a couple of days. Yes. I turn my phone off from Friday night to Saturday. Take a Jewish. I do it every week. I love that. Right, Andrew. Unreachable. I do it. Yeah, we all use the Jewish term. Literally unreachable. Sometimes I go all the way to Sunday. It's amazing. It keeps you safe. Oh, it's fabulous. I also track my screen time, and I break through it almost every day, but it's a reminder just to kind of see how I did. And I become a happier person, and it takes a while to kind of get used to it because it is a drug. And you become so addicted to it.

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Candace Owens and Charlie Reminisce About Meeting Jack Dorsey

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

Candace Owens and Charlie Reminisce About Meeting Jack Dorsey

"Candace, you brought me to a meeting with Jack Dorsey. I did. We talk about we have not talked about this in a very long time, but I talk about it on my show. And I tell people, I have so accurately assessed Jack Dorsey, because I kept saying that I think people turned him into a boogeyman because he never really spoke out. Like Mark Zuckerberg is very in your face. I'm the CEO of Facebook, and he's just very easy not to like, it looks like a lizard. But Jack Dorsey was sort of quiet. And the Buddhist thing going on. Right. And I'm sorry you've interrupted my meditation hour. And I think that people thought that he was much more evil than he was, and that my take from having met him several times was that he was very much a person who does not like attention, a techie, just exactly what you would imagine somebody who was just a pure techie to be. And he didn't know how to deal with this thing that he did create to make people more freer and he was almost like held hostage at his own company. When you and I met with him and that summer, I mean, you read him super well. And I remember afterwards we were walking in that kind of Twitter headquarters area and you said nice campus, by the way. It was amazing. And you said Stockholm syndrome. You said this guy is being held captive by you'll Roth was not in the meeting. But by these kind of engineers, what do you remember from that meeting? I remember some, I wish I would remember more. I just remember feeling like he was not in charge, which was a very weird thing to come in and to me. That's right. That's correct. I remember he was kind of slouched over. He bites his nails. This is not somebody who was confident. It was somebody who had created something that was bigger than him. And I felt bad for him. And I knew that was such a weird thing to feel because we were supposed to hate everybody was like, oh, hey, and he's a part of this social media. And I'm like, I don't think he likes Mark Zuckerberg. I don't think he likes what's happening to his company. What he doesn't, he doesn't have that sort of spirit to stand up to wrongness. Not every single person is a warrior.

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Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Longtime Friend Candace Owens to the Show

"Candace Owens, what are your pronouns? My pronouns are Caesar's today. Today. Somebody asked me that they said, how do you respond on a college campus if they require you to state your pronouns? How would you respond? If you're in class or if you're a class or just some sort of mandatory environment. I probably would drop the course because if you have a professor that's supposed to be teaching you that's asking you something that's that stupid, you're probably not going to get much out of the semester. You see the FBI Twitter file where the FBI agent Elvis Chan had his pronouns. It's so embarrassing. What embarrasses me is I just picture the Kremlin, right? Sitting around when these things, there must be having a good time, you know what I mean? We're not being taken seriously on the world stage anymore. And that's why I always think of people that are adversaries of the United States have to be sitting back and laughing, going this country maybe has ten more years when the FBI starts putting pronouns in their bios and emails like pretending to be important. We're not in a good spot. It is kind of the worst aspects of modernity. The Twitter files, what's your original what's your initial takeaway from that? We already knew it. I mean, I'm glad that we got more specific. Like Charlie Kirk, okay, yeah, we figured that one. I'm sure Candace Owens as well. And we're all on the list. We know this. We've been saying it for years. It's nice to have the world have to acknowledge it and stop pretending that we're all conspiracy theorists. They say that the difference between the truth and the conspiracy is about give it 6 weeks. And I guess that short now? It used to be two years. I seriously about 5 minutes these days. But so yeah, that's nice. It feels good to have the press have to acknowledge that it wasn't just existing in our own heads, but there wasn't anything I was surprised about. I think I'm most excited for the Fauci files because that was a psychological experiment like we've never seen before. And it just required total obedience and the social media companies were complicit and I'd like to see how far Doctor Fauci went if he inspired Elon Musk to say that my pronouns are prison, Fauci. Get the shot. And he said, my pronouns are. Fauci for prisoners. Fauci for president. And so for Elon Musk to tweet that when he's already been in the files, he has my attention, that's all I'll say. So

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Senate Agrees on Massive $1.7 Trillion Spending Package

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:21 min | Last month

Senate Agrees on Massive $1.7 Trillion Spending Package

"Overnight, Senate lawmakers agreed to a spending package that will avert a shutdown and fund the government for the entire year. It is massive, $1.7 trillion, the bill is the product of months of behind the scenes haggling, carries an additional 44.9 billion for funding of the war in Ukraine, 40.6 billion for disasters like drought and hurricane, it also includes policy provisions, such as updating the 1887 electoral count act and most importantly of all it increases defense spending significantly. And it does not do so in lockstep with domestic discretionary spending. This is the big breakthrough of this bill. Defense spending is going up 10% year over year. Far above what Joe Biden requested domestic discretionary defense non defense spending is only going up 6% kudos to leader McConnell, now would have preferred that they wait, but there are lots of people in the Senate who look at Matt Gaetz and I am blaming Matt Gaetz for this and saying there won't be a House of Representatives organized or there might not be a House of Representatives organized that could pass a continuing resolution even if we just passed one to get us to the next session. So if you're upset with this spending bill, blame Matt Gaetz.

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No. 6 Kansas routs Mizzou 95-67 in first visit in 10 years

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

No. 6 Kansas routs Mizzou 95-67 in first visit in 10 years

"6 Kansas rolls past previously undefeated Missouri 95 to 67 in missou arena, the jayhawks make 57% of their field goal attempts that were led in scoring by Jalen Wilson with 24 points Kevin mcculler adds 21 in the team's first true road game. The royal games is when you really grew out the team I felt like y'all 15 in the huddle and your coaching staff against 16,000 out there. I feel like that's when you kind of grow. They made some stretches, you know, for sure, some runs. And that was great how we responded to it. Bazooka is 15 each from Dubois Hodge and Nick otter, both teams now have records of night in one. Mike Reeves, Columbia, Missouri

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Microsoft strikes 10-year deal with Nintendo on Call of Duty

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Microsoft strikes 10-year deal with Nintendo on Call of Duty

"Microsoft says it has struck a deal to make the video game bestseller Call of Duty available on Nintendo. Don't let anyone tell you video games are just for kids. Activision Blizzard says their latest iteration of Call of Duty Modern Warfare two, which retails for about $70, has earned more than $1 billion in sales since it was launched in late October. Now Xbox maker Microsoft, which is working on acquiring Activision, has promised to make the hit series available for Nintendo and a ten year deal. The merger of Microsoft and Activision Blizzard is facing close scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission and global regulators. The Nintendo offers an apparent attempt to fend off objections from Sony, which makes the competing PlayStation console Sony has raised concerns about losing access to what it describes as a must have game title. Microsoft president Brad Smith said the agreement would bring Call of Duty to more gamers and tweeted we'll be happy to hammer out a deal for PlayStation as well. I'm Jennifer King.

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American Casino Giants Win 10-Year Macau License Renewals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

American Casino Giants Win 10-Year Macau License Renewals

"Macau has renewed the casino licenses of several foreign owned casinos in a bid to boost its economy at a time when revenue has plunged under antivirus restrictions. The former Portuguese colony awarded the licenses to MGM Resorts Las Vegas Sands wind results and three Chinese rivals after they promised to help diversify its economy by investing in non gambling attractions. Macau is under pressure from the Chinese government to diversify with retailing entertainment and other industries and to reduce reliance on gamblers from the mainlands its main revenue source. The territory of 700,000 people is the world's most tourism dependent economy which has shrunk since anti COVID restrictions shut down most tourist travel in 2020.

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Sandy Hook memorial opens nearly 10 years after 26 killed

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Sandy Hook memorial opens nearly 10 years after 26 killed

"A memorial to those killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting opened to the public Sunday a month before the tenth anniversary of the massacre that killed 21st graders and 6 educators The memorial is a short distance from the school in newtown Connecticut the opening marked by quiet reflection It was designed as a peaceful place of contemplation paths with a variety of plantings lead to a water feature with a sycamore tree in the middle and the victim's names engraved on the top of a surrounding wall Jennifer Hubbard who lost her 6 year old daughter Catherine violet said it took my breath away to see Catherine's name and to see what has been created in honor of those that were lost I'm Julie Walker

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Bear mauls 10-year-old in grandparents’ Connecticut backyard

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Bear mauls 10-year-old in grandparents’ Connecticut backyard

"A 250 pound black bear mall to ten year old boy playing in his grandparents backyard in Morris Connecticut and tried to drag him away Sunday before being shot The boy suffered a puncture wound to one thigh bite marks on her foot and ankle and claw marks on his back His grandfather James butler tells the Republican American of Waterbury he heard him yell bare saw his grandson's leg in the bear's mouth trying to drag him away butler who uses a wheelchair through a metal bar at the bear's head the bear released the boy but then grabbed him again a neighbor raced over yelling with a pipe and scared the bear but it still returned peering into the house where the family was hiding That's what authorities got there and shot it biologists they interactions are increasing as Connecticut's expanding bear population becomes acclimated to humans and develops a taste for our food I'm Julie Walker

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Ex-Malaysian first lady ordered to serve 10 years for graft

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

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

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Fauci Is a Criminal

The Officer Tatum Show

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Fauci Is a Criminal

"Well, Fauci shouldn't count on Republicans taking it easy on him just because he's retired. So this is what Rand Paul had to say senator Rand Paul, who has been amazing on the issue of COVID and the lockdowns, Fauci's resignation, he says, will not prevent a fourth wrote it investigation into the origins of the pandemic. He will be asked to testify under oath regarding any discussions. He participated in concerning the lab leak. Now over the past year and a half, we've learned that Fauci lied about funding gain of function, I'll get into that shortly. The gain of function research and the Wuhan and Wuhan or that he had been told COVID-19 was potentially engineered, but insisted for a year that it came from that it came from nature. The guys are complete and pathological liar. He's a megalomaniac. And I do believe he's a criminal. That is my personal opinion. I believe the guy is a criminal.

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Feds Seize Large Numbers of Fentanyl Pills

The Officer Tatum Show

01:33 min | 5 months ago

Feds Seize Large Numbers of Fentanyl Pills

"So I had to zero heads, U.S. border agencies, 1.6 million fentanyl pills and a big rig Destin for U.S. cities, so the port director of a guy by the name of Michael humphreys tweeted in a huge tweeted a huge cache of drugs was discovered in an 18 Wheeler trailer for compartment. Agents in Arizona sees a mind numbing 1.57 million fentanyl pills, 114 pounds of cocaine that were hidden within secret compartments of a tractor tractor trailer. The vehicle was attempting to cross into Arizona from Mexico at the nogales port of entry when the customs and border patrol agents, why not they just say border patrol, where God takes take that back agent stopped stopped it for an inspection. So at this trailer rig had this truck not been stopped, you're talking about potentially thousands of lives. Guys, I think in 2020, approximately 20, 50,000 people died in the U.S. due to opioid overdoses and 2021, if I'm not mistaken, the number was approximately a 100,000, I believe slightly over and it says here there was no word if the seizure was a record breaking bus earlier this summer. They noted the unprecedented levels of fentanyl entering the country via the southern border. Thank you China and thank you Biden. Thank you, mayorkas, for the open borders, really appreciate it, killing Americans left and right.

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How Can Black People Vote Democrat?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

How Can Black People Vote Democrat?

"I don't understand. Why any black person? Votes Democrat, I don't. I know they feel the same way about me. Carl, how can you, how can you vote, how can you vote Republican? You're an Uncle Tom, you're a sellout. I don't even care about the names 'cause I'm not trying to please the black community. I'm trying to please God. I'm trying to do the right thing. Listen, blacks have been voting Democrat for over a half century. Ain't nothing changed. It's gotten worse. And the food is still voting for him. Makes no freaking sense whatsoever. But this is what the Democrat party does. They come in to like the Bible says to kill steal and destroy. And that's exactly what they're doing. Oh, this is freaking amazing to me. I honestly, I want to get off this topic, but I can't, I'm so furious.

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Biden's Gasoline Gaslighting

The Officer Tatum Show

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Biden's Gasoline Gaslighting

"Anyway, let's get to let's get back to the topic at hand. How to buy the administration is just spending your money. Spending your money and spending your money spending your money is if it's going out of style is if you're not struggling and I got some stats here that show that you are, you know it, you feel it. You feel it every day. We look at the gasoline prices, the Biden administration was just bragging. What was it last week? They sent out some email blasts. They sent out some memes on Facebook talking about how, you know, gas has been coming down precipitously for the last couple of months or something to that effect and how much cheaper it was and I'm sitting there thinking and I commented on it. This was the Democrat. I think it was the DNC. It was the Democrat party regardless. Some official little meme they had to put out. But do you guys realize that regardless of the prices coming down at this point in time on average, you're still paying 65% more for gasoline for a gallon of gasoline than you were paying when Biden stepped into The White House? But this is these people just gaslight you. That's all they do. They gaslight you because they think that you're stupid.

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You Don't Spend Other People's Money

The Officer Tatum Show

01:56 min | 5 months ago

You Don't Spend Other People's Money

"So back in the day, I started a I used to work for a FedEx. I worked there as a manager and then I just got tired of the hustle and bustle. I decided to start a business at one point I started a janitorial business later on. I added on I started a landscape business and I can remember having one client and landscape business when I first, I mean, this was a long time ago. And this guy was really nice. He was a black gentleman and Christian gentleman. Nice guy. The pig was pretty good. And I can recall doing certain projects for him. My brother and I at the time, my brother worked with me at the time and we were doing some project work for him. And I can remember, I took liberty because of things that he had said, he wanted. I took liberty and going the extra mile. Patting myself on the back, but this was gonna cost him a little bit more. Not much more, but a little bit more. Now I remember him, I was the eager to see his reaction because, I mean, this thing just looked phenomenal. It was a bomb, all this kind of stuff. I did some landscape design, install all this kind of stuff, right? And so I'm thinking, hey man, this guy is going to love this. It didn't really cost a much. He had no problems, doling out the money before. And then I remember his reaction. He came and he looked at it and, you know, he thought it looked nice, but in then his response was, hey man, let me share this with you. Just as this was an older guy speaking to a younger buck at the time. Still went behind the ears. And he said, you know, don't spend other people's money. Don't spend other people's money. This is something that I probably would have gone with down the line, but not right now, because it's not what I budget it for, so don't spend other people's money. Remember that. Never spend other people's money.

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Georgia's Smart gets 10-year extension, raise to $10.25M

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

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

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"10 years" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"10 years" 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.

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"10 years" Discussed on Animation Addicts Podcast

Animation Addicts Podcast

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" Discussed on Animation Addicts Podcast

"Is hard because the epitome of anthropomorphic, there's not a ton of them, but to me, anthropomorphic, it's Robin did for sure. So it's like, okay, we have Robin Hood where it's animals standing on two legs as if they were the pigs in animal farm at the end, right? But overall, I gotta say people. Yeah. I think people as well. Favorite animated dog. Bruno. Bruno. Favorite animated dog. First one that comes to mind is lady. So that's the game. There you go. First thing comes to mind. Summer releases or winter releases. This is a funny question because I feel like this isn't as relevant now. It's really not. It used to be like such a thing and now it's like I always love a good, I don't know. I think winter releases is when people, when the best movies have been coming out. One of the best ones happened that November that Thanksgiving break, it's when the big one happens. So I'm going to say winter releases. In a previous life. Yeah. Favorite obscure animated character. My favorite obscure animated oh yeah, it's little brother. Little brother. First thing that comes to mind is Maurice. Okay. It's kind of obscure, yeah. Again, I'm just following the rules, guys. Right, right. Some of these might not make hens or tails. Stitch or tinkerbell. Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell. Mickey goofy or Donald. Goofy. I miss a Donald. Okay I'm throwing one in here. We've never done before. Okay. Daisy, or mini. Well, mini definitely has way more content available. So I guess you have to go with that just by default. I'm gonna say daisy. I am huge daisy scan. When I went to Disney World, I had an amazing daisy duck T-shirt. I haven't actually put any of those photos on my Instagram. So I'm gonna go do that my next post is gonna be my Disney World photo dump. But I love me some daisy. She does not get enough representation in the Mickey universe. It's either they're gonna have the three, the Mickey goofy Donald, right? If they're gonna have them like plastered on a T-shirt or something. And then occasionally they'll have, okay, let's have the four or the 5. And the 5 that's included is Pluto. But then very rarely are you gonna get the fab 6, or it's daisy is included. And so she is always left behind. She is very sad. Yeah. And justice for daisy. Okay, let me change my answer. Favorite obscure animated character, Pete. I love pizza so much and talking about the making universe. He is very, very underrepresented underrepresented, he is voiced by the great Jim Cummings. He's amazing. I love him. My kids watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and every once in a while. Hey, he shows up a lot in that show..

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"10 years" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"The foreign desk is if we're honest. Something of a gatecrasher at monocle. Twenty four tenth birthday celebrations. This station had been up and running a little over a year when the foreign desk made. Its debut in january two thousand fourteen hosted by monica then foreign editor steve bloomfield. That first episode asked to economists about austerity as an economic policy. And whether it did anyone much good the foreign desk explainer a brisk weekly narration of a current news story joined the lineup. Two years later the first explainer asked is the uk going to leave the eu. We'd come back to that question and the consequences of the answer to it in terms of escalating exasperation and bewilderment all of twenty four hours programming as you will hopefully be aware by now cleaves to a rigorous creed of only speaking to people who do actually know what they're talking about wherever it is in the world where talking about we speak to someone who is there or is there. Something shouldn't be as unusual as it. Is this special episode of the foreign desk compile. Some highlights of the show's contribution to monocle twenty four hours first decade late to the party though the foreign desk walls. We like to think it has done. Okay we've won one award be nominated for another and made the top ten news. Podcast charts in zimbabwe jordan tajekistan barbados botswana and mauritius. Happy birthday. solve to us this is. The foreign desk has voted to leave the european union. From this evening. i'm escaped the british people a very simple instruction. You must stay at home. After thirty days of unsuccessfully trying to get the american hostages out of tehran the government of the united states is now trying to get the deposed shod ran out of this country. The berlin wall once it divided east from west now on its way to becoming an artifact fish there has been a nuclear accident in the soviet union and the soviets admitted that it happened. The soviet version is this one of the atomic reactors at the atomic power plant of the city of kiev was damaged and there is speculation in moscow that people were injured and may have died within the past week unmistakable. Evidence has established the fact that a series of offensive. Missile sites is now in preparation on that imprisoned ireland. The thing that is most fun about making the foreign desk is also the thing which can be most stressful that with few exceptions when the team convenes on a monday. We don't really know what will be broadcasting on saturday in general to reduce the process to its basics. Someone we'll have an idea others will have ideas about the idea will arrive at a format. We're happy with and the producers will begin scaring up guests sometimes. This is easy and straightforward. Sometimes it is entirely the opposite. And sometimes we're pleasantly surprised by who says yes here for one. Memorable example is one man santos former colombian president and two thousand and sixteen nobel peace laureate speaking from his home in bogota under kovic nineteen locked down about the time he met the leader of the columbian revolutionary group. Farc when i met steve. It was in cuba. The cuban leader will custom. We were three of us in a room. In the presidential palace of cuba and castro sunny said i will leave you two alone and he left and here we were to go and myself. We had never met before and so we sat down. And i told him listen. We have been trying to each other all our knives but now we must realize that we are in the same boat and seeking the same puerta destiny. Which is peace. It's going to be difficult. But i am completely committed to reach that port. I hope you are too. And he said to me me too and we shook hands and since then this chemistry this chemistry person chemistry was present samantha. Power foam a us ambassador to the un and advisor to president. Barack obama came to visit us at midori house. She described what it was like sitting in the white house situation room discussing. Us strategy in syria so now with the benefit of having sat in these meetings in the situation room just to give a flavor of what we were looking at in looking at the map in syria. You know you'd have the intelligence community kind of lay down the maps and there'd be these little symbols representing each of the armed groups on the ground and obama would say like to are serious. Specialists will who that group near midland. Who is that group and the serious special be like you know sort of look at the symbol and say actually sir. That's a splinter group. That just broke away last week from this other group that i can tell you about. But i'm not. I need to get back to you sir. On exactly why they broke off. And what the source of tension and you compound that sort of diversity of and factionalization of armed groups on the ground with the also then the fact that pretty early on terrorists got involved in the. Maybe this gets to your point. I mean the longer modern conflicts particularly in the middle east. Go on the more likely. Extremists and terrorists are going to take advantage of them and the and the syria map looked extremely different in two thousand fifteen than it did when russia involved especially in september of two thousand fifteen than it had in august of twenty thirteen when the gas attack occurred and moreover in august. Twenty thirteen. when you're already seeing some extremists flowing into syria and so early as always better diplomatic surges. Before things have spiraled is always better you know. I look back in the in terms of the what ifs again which will never know. Had we succeeded somehow in convincing putin at an earlier stage and obama would have been uniquely convincing in this regard because he would have really meant it. But obama didn't see syria as a place to buck russian influence in the world. He no he didn't. It was okay that russia had the port we were not supporting peaceful protests. Because of a desire to impose ourselves inflict ourselves on that part of the world. We were perfectly okay again. Staying as has approved for good or bad at arm's length and that russian suspicion that everything we were doing in syria was somehow through that zero-sum mindset somehow if we could have gotten them off that and so there's a lot of self examination and institutional reexamination that one has to do out of syria because the consequences are as dire as any in our lifetimes mary lou mcdonald president of shin fain joined us from the home office decorated with portrait's of previous irish republican leaders constance. Markevic gerry adams. James connolly bobby sands to discuss whether she was reconciled to being leader of islands opposition after nearly but not quite leading the irish republican party into government. I would never reconciled out to being in opposition because is is.

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"10 years" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" 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.

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"10 years" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" 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.

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"10 years" Discussed on Inside Intercom Podcast

Inside Intercom Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" 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.

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"10 years" Discussed on Talking Kotlin

Talking Kotlin

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" 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.

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"10 years" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" Discussed on WTH Podcast

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"10 years" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"10 years" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"But anything from anywhere called spunk. In do not clear. Your browser history always ask duck duck. Go shit yeah. That's a real time. I thought it was. I wish my wife would find my point. All right so gone so critical race. Theory is now though the new republican boogeyman And I can't remember the guy's name but joy reid had him on last week and mc played party speech out of school and he pretty much says that that's what they're doing. They're just using the as a catchall boogeyman because it is only taught in college at the advanced levels like you. You're not even getting in your bachelor. You know your first four years. It's like an advanced level. Course that you're going to get and it's taught in law school. I've never heard of it. It'll just recently. I've heard of it. Because i've read some of this. I read some of the books i've got books by derek bill and some of the people in and actually beside even can described as critical race theory in the books but So now is is the boogeyman and they keep. They keep saying that people that aren't critical race theorists are critical race theory. Is anybody has black anything that talks about slavery anything that has to do anything with social justice in our. It's now lumped in as critical race theory and history direct historical and say. This is critical racist. I know it's fucking history is history history. It's not. There's something good about happened in oklahoma or do you want to say that there is something good about slavery if you do. You're a fucking racist is and it goes back to what i said before the show. Which is the reason why people are against the government in gets the courts now is because they started making the playing field level and they still. We still got a sit a long way to go but once they started doing like brown versus board of education and making those decisions then all of a sudden white people didn't want the things that they want it because they were afraid. Black people are gonna get Get these things and in because they think it's a zero sum game which is what pat thinks is and and what it really describes is white fear. Which is that we will do to you guys. You guys did answer. we're fucked. Yes that's what the total is the most ridiculous fucking. It's the candia has his new podcast. He had the woman talking about that. I like the first episode which was amazing which is about how racism and And what is it able ism. Or i got like like well. He labeled him critical race theorists. And he's not not. Here's the story. And he actually does so and she actually asked a question about the to and he's like no. He doesn't believe that he doesn't like he doesn't even describe. He describes racism kind of as a thing that people do as opposed to saying. All people are racist right. So that's not even the way. He even discusses the subject. He's talking about it as behavior as opposed to judging the people as being bad right. So that's the way he discusses it so you can't even put that on him if you listen to what he says. And when he his whole brandies it's about love and bringing people together any hope in america like he has hope in. This country believes that things can be fixed. And and who is this because you yelled through it. I couldn't even candy k. h. e. n. d. i just yelled kennedy like his. He has a new be anti-racist which is new podcast was like three episodes. It's amazing because he's not doing it at darling new issue with him. Sorry we got beef. I read that. I haven't read the book yet. I have the book. My wife had the book One of his books How to be an anti-racists in any out like the podcast. Because i have not read it in. I'm so magazine articles and stuff like that you know. Explain this to my sister. When i was home. Because she she's in the black cunanan section. Which is oh boy. it's it's crazy. Craziest non sit the way. This government was set up. And if you actually run it the way it's supposed to be. It is the best form of government in the world. The problem is people in power. Don't want to give up their power. And benjamin franklin used to talk about it when he when he was talking about the formation of the country which was as long as the people in power had the best interests of the country in power in the country would be great but when the people into power stop having the best interest of the country. This is how we end up where we are and we have a republican party. That's not even fucking bringing up ideas At this point or trying to create legislation that's really good legislation that this point they just want power and so that's your problem and the country isn't designed to be a one party system to parties is what makes makes us work and if you break fucking down you're gonna break down the country and and they're so fuck so far gone with what they're doing that they don't even understand how close they are to take us to the precipice of not not existing as the country that i mean that that we should be and it's so sad that an an an i beam. Milton got into it about ronald reagan again. Because he says or he gets too much blame but no fucking all he did has has fucking put us in this position all that he started as put us where we are to the point. Where we're gonna that he started when he was in california just in the local california government. You know you can complain about some. What about the health. Cena california because it's democratically run and you can nitpick it because it's a one sided government but you know you got people to everybody wants to leave. But where are you going to you go to go to texas. And now you're not gonna have any fucking power because their power grid is going be people hand. Millions of texas is paying build the border wall with that. Been two hundred and fifty million dollars on something that a lot of people say it's a bad idea well and especially people who have land near the near the rio grande because it's fucking with their land rights and and again is something that white people to prevent black people or brown people from having an existence that's equal today ears. They will shoot themselves in the foot to to do it. It's called cutting off your nose to spite your face all right. Let's move on. It's time for this. Fuck that guy that we already know. No no no. No we start with a guy named stew peters Stupider was on something called. Rv 'em live you've Stu is a right wing. Conspiracy theorist in case you're wondering he's got some thoughts about.

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