35 Burst results for "4000"

Donate $1,000 to 'Food for the Poor' & Get a Signed Copy of NY Post

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Donate $1,000 to 'Food for the Poor' & Get a Signed Copy of NY Post

"A $1000 will send 4000 meals to hungry people all over the world through our food for the poor partnership with this great Christian ministry. And I said, if you'll give me a $1000 for our campaign, I'll sign a personally sign the cover of this New York Post because it's going to be a collector's item. It should be right now. You could frame it. I'll sign it and I'll write, let's go Brandon on the cover and sign it to however you want me to sign it. Right now I'm going to sign a copy to dorota and Kevin, because giro and Kevin both made together a $1000 donation. All right. Well, a couple of other people wanted to get in on it. They said, hey, I'll give a tax deductible donation for a $1000. Well, let's have some fun. I've got a stack of several the New York posts that I will happily sign to you or your $1000 tax deductible contribution to food for the poor, a beautiful, Christian ministry, a relief organization that is doing God's work. So I'm asking you to go to Mike online dot com, click on the send food banner, but if you're interested in getting a personally signed copy of this classic New York Post cover, defining recession for Joe Biden's sake, call Tracy right now at 806 5 5 mic,

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California governor declares monkeypox state of emergency

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

California governor declares monkeypox state of emergency

"California has joined New York and Illinois and declaring a monkey pox state of emergency Nearly 800 cases have been reported according to health officials Governor Gavin Newsom says the declaration will allow emergency measures and help get more vaccines something people in San Francisco like Peter tran waited hours in a very long line for The rollout of the vaccines throughout this nation is absolutely horrible Doctor Luke John day at Zuckerberg San Francisco general hospital says Friday they got 4000 vaccines Once we go to our vaccine allotment we'll have to close the clinic until we receive our next allotment Monkeypox spreads through close skin to skin contact most getting sick so far have been gay men though health officials note the virus can infect anyone I'm Julie Walker

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Andy Biggs: Glad Dem Mayors Finally See Illegal Aliens as a Problem

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Andy Biggs: Glad Dem Mayors Finally See Illegal Aliens as a Problem

"Not that you're laughing, but are you looking at the mayor's nimby here and thinking, told you so? Yeah, I think well, I'm glad that there are at least finally acknowledging that illegal migrants and aliens coming across the border can potentially be a problem. So, I mean, yeah, I mean, to see mayor Bowser mayor Adams, they're just having a fraction of what happens on the border. I mean, you've got, you've got cities of 20,000 people that are seeing four or 500 people a day coming through towns just a 100,000 that a thousand a day. They're complaining about a total of 4000 busted them from Arizona and Texas. And you know, well, grow up. I mean, let's face it, let's work together now and secure the border.

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D.C. Mayor Bowser Calls for National Guard to Deal With Migrant Crisis

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

D.C. Mayor Bowser Calls for National Guard to Deal With Migrant Crisis

"Gotta give credit to governor Greg Abbott out of Texas also Doug ducey out of Arizona. You know, a couple of months ago, the governor said fine. Biden's not going to do anything, we're going to start loading up illegals onto buses, and we're going to send him to Washington, Washington, D.C.. So far, more than 4000 illegals have been dumped in the nation's capital, and this breaking news from the NBC station there in D.C., the mayor, muriel Bowser, another Democrat, she's calling up the National Guard, she's activating the National Guard to help with all of the illegals that are arriving in D.C.. She says it's a humanitarian crisis. And it's reached a tipping point. They're going to be using the D.C. armory as a processing center. You know what? I say, I say at this point, send even more buses. Maybe Abbott and doocy can call their fellow Republican governors and we can commandeer school buses, and we can just have caravans, just, I mean, just like trains, just sending thousands and thousands of illegals to Washington and then on to Delaware and then on to Pelosi's district in San Francisco. I think this is a brilliant strategy here. And by the way, Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida. Do not be surprised about this guy. Don't be surprised by this guy. You know what's going to happen? Desantis is going to put out the National Guard on the Florida border and he's not going to let those buses through because that's been the whole point they're threatening to send all the illegals down to Miami. Desantis isn't going to play like that. That's fascinating story. We'll keep you updated on that. All

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NYC library: Youths read banned books online free

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

NYC library: Youths read banned books online free

"The Brooklyn public library in New York is offering a free library card to anyone in the country ages 13 to 21 who wants to read a banned book the program is called books on band Nick Higgins with the Brooklyn public library says more and more book titles are being taken off library shelves The American library association even came out with a report that there were 1600 over 1600 banned books reported to their office last year which was by far the most they've ever had The titles that are being banned involve LGBTQ voices or black indigenous voices You have books like genderqueer which is the most challenged and banned book of all of last year according to the American library association all boys aren't blue is another book that was highly challenging since April 4000 young people from all over the country have signed up at the Brooklyn public library to check out a book online I'm Ed

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Mike Gallagher, Live From Oberammergau Passion Play

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:10 min | Last month

Mike Gallagher, Live From Oberammergau Passion Play

"Let's go ahead and check in with Mike. Here he is. Mike, are you made it inside the theater, look at this beautiful amphitheater where the passion play is about to get underway. You can hear the orchestra tuning up in the background and we are in the very front row of this magnificent theater where the passion play is going to take place. It started in 1634 when the villagers promised God they would produce a passion play if he spared them the plague to play again, and they've done it ever since except for during the two world wars and of course 2020 because of the pandemic. But here we are 2022 bringing you along to this theater, a beautifully tall enclosed. It's cold, it's rainy, but we are under a big roof here in this huge amphitheater. 4000 people, if you can see behind me, 4000 people in this theater to see this performance of the passion play. It's about to get underway part one is two and a half hours, a dinner break at 5 o'clock, and then part two starts at 7 30, I think it starts at 8 and then goes until ten 30. So we're here, me and the Hudson's and taking it all in and sharing it with you here on the Mike Gallagher show.

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The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

"We're back with Devin Nunes. He is the CEO of the Trump media and tech group responsible for truth social. Before you came on, we were chatting, I just want to say thank you. I'm nowhere close to your 733,000 followers. Follow him at Devin Nunes, but my account, my modest little account, almost a quarter of a million followers already, but I can't keep up with what's happening every day. It's two, three, 4000 followers. Tell us about what's happening on the site, what we should expect in the future. When is it going to go to other platforms, messaging systems, so much is happening it's so exciting. Yeah, it really is. And right now, we're basically just a feed where we don't use an algorithm. So if you follow more, if you're like me, you follow, I think I fell about 500 people. You can't hardly keep up with the feed, right? So it's a bit of a challenge. So if you post in the morning and I don't check it till the evening, I don't know what you really said that day unless I go to your page. So what we're working on is a feature that will allow for you to easily access folks that you interact with. And so that's a feature that we're coming out with, along with notifications. And we're hopeful it's going to be out by the 4th of July. We're pushing hard. We got our whole team working here on it to try to get it done, but it essentially gives you two features that will be good to go and see and view content. So that's the big feature that's coming up. Obviously, people ask about the Android app, we are working around the clock on that also. And we're hopeful I don't want to give a date on that, but we're pushing it as fast as you can. But I should say that even if you have an Android, you can go to true social dot com and you can bookmark it. So you can get it on your phone. It's not as simple as going to the Google Play Store, but you can sign up, get your account and interact with Sebastian gorka.

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Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign

The Officer Tatum Show

01:55 min | Last month

Maine Insurance Agency Slammed for Racist Sign

"This person ain't gonna be able to live this one down, ladies and gentlemen, a major insurance company or a major issue in this company's terminated their relationship with a main insurance agency after it allegedly displayed a racist sign about Juneteenth holiday earlier this week. A photo taken Monday, which the communist news network has obtained shows a signed taped to the inside window of the Harry E Reed insurance company in millinocket. Maine. Now, before we get to the story, have you ever heard of millinocket Maine? Well, you know what? We did our research. Miller not get made got 4000 people in it. And 90 plus percent are white people. And the only black person in the city took a picture of this fried chicken and collard green sign. So let me read you what the signs say, Juneteenth. At the very top of the sign and then it says you can see it here if you're watching on TV. And then it goes down and it says, it's whatever. And then below that, it says, we're closed, and then below that, it says, enjoy your fried chicken and collard greens. Now, before I got mad at this sign says, I actually got hungry. Because I love fried chicken. And collard greens. Especially if grandma cook it. When my grandma cooked, it's off the chain. But the young lady comes out. I don't know if this is a young lady or not. It says the person who said they posted the sign issued an apology on Facebook, writing, in part, in part on the company's page. I am so sorry for any pain, I have caused in a negative attention I have brought to our beautiful company. I don't want to hear it. You only sorry because you got in trouble. It is unacceptable.

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This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

"Natural reality that does not believe that there's an overarching design to our existence. You of course are talking about people that want to be God themselves. It's nothing new. We've seen it. It's somewhat predictable almost. When you see people that get into power, they themselves want to turn into deities. This is one of the reasons why the founding fathers were so extraordinary, founding fathers are worthy of study. There were examination where they perfect of course not. However, the founding fathers were exceptional and they were brilliant. You see the founding fathers after they won the war. Against the British Empire very well could have made the washiton, Hamiltonian, jacksonian monarchy. They could have subdivided America and made every state its own kind of feudal territory because that's all humans knew before them. Before the founding fathers broke away and won against Great Britain. One against king George, the people of America, they wouldn't have known any different. Now there was a grassroots desire for self government thanks to the strong biblical teachings of Wesley and mayhew Jonathan mayhew and Jonathan Edwards and whitfield. Thanks to the colonial preachers that laid the foundation, roger Williams, as well, that started the foundation. For when it ended up being the revival of self government, the breakthrough in time, the 4000 year leap forward. And because of all of that, the founding fathers that decided to go a different way. They might have had many shortcomings. But they didn't have a shortcoming where they thought they were God. I can't say the

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Protecting Black American Communities With Maj Toure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:50 min | 2 months ago

Protecting Black American Communities With Maj Toure

"People talk about Vietnam as something very, very negative. They talk about the unfair draft, the unfair, perhaps focus on black draftees. You look at the figures for how many people died, there were less than 4000 black Americans who died in 15 years in Vietnam as draftees. Then we look at the crime stats for America, and we look at the mortality rates. The highest mortality, the most dangerous thing for a white young man in America is accidents is car crashes or drownings. The highest mortality factor, the most dangerous thing for black young man is to be shot by who, not a police officer, but another black man, young man, 9000 a year, multiples of 15 years in Vietnam. There's no one we can wave. There's no gun lord that's going to fix that. However, will you talk to us about what will have to change in terms of culture and especially the focus? Do you talk in your speeches, traveling the country? Is there a focus on the fact that more than 72% of black children are born into father's homes? Because I think that's got to be part of it. So there are several things. The culture piece is absolutely critical. But I want to step back and I want to make sure that we're not making it seem as if that's just happening in a vacuum. There are other things that democratic policies over time specifically did, especially after, let's say in the 60s, going into the 70s, even when you're talking about welfare, which was created right after The Great Depression and overwhelmingly white women are on welfare more, but one of the things that happened in the black community was, if you took welfare, you were as a woman, you were not allowed to have a husband or a man in the house. Right. Because you'd lose your welfare. Right. And these are and again, I have friends and family that I love dearly, but the policies are the policy. These were democratically pushed policies. So then you have, okay, we're going to drop drugs in a community. Then we're going to drop guns in the community after we've removed follow listeners. And this isn't like all within a week. This is a targeted situation over time. Now, does that mean that there's no accountability for the individual? Absolutely not. I have to make sure that that's very clear. However, these things by design were there to do a thing. And we're seeing the remnants of it now. We're seeing a space in conjunction with the fact that in those same areas where that diabolical scheme by the lefties was

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 Migrant caravan sets out in southern Mexico

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Migrant caravan sets out in southern Mexico

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a migrant caravan is moving north The largest migrant caravan to attempt to lead southern Mexico this year set out early Monday An estimated 4000 to 5000 migrants mostly from Central America Venezuela and Cuba set out from tapachula Mexico near the border with Guatemala Advocates say the march is timed to this week's summit of the Americas in Los Angeles It had bid to call attention to their plight Many migrants and asylum seekers have been waiting for months partly due to Mexico strategy of containing them in the south Partly because Mexico's

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Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Is the Amityville Horror House Actually Haunted?

"Even though these stories of the amityville horror house being haunted or subject to debate, there is very little doubt that Ronald defeo was there for the mass murder of his family in that home. But the question still lingers, is that house really haunted. Because in December of 1975, barely one year removed from the horrifying murders, a guy named George Lutz and his wife Kathy Lutz, they buy the house, which is 4000 ft². They buy it for a reasonable sum of 800 grand. Now, George Lutz never once called the amityville police department to report any suspicious happenings, but these people quickly left the house without their belongings at the living there only 28 days. Because they swear, it was haunted, and that's what spawned the movies. The amityville horror house movies. Now, the fails attorney William Weber is a lot more involved in this fairytale or lore than you may expect. He says that George and Kathy Lutz approached him about an idea for a book and said, we created this horror story over many bottles of wine. It's all a hoax. So those of you who think it really is haunted, according to William Weber, they created this, but wait, it gets weirder. Weber eventually brings a lawsuit against the Lutz family for taking the story of the haunting to another publishing partner and he demands a share of the profits of a cool $60 million. But they settle out of court for 2500 bucks plus 15,000 for his services connected with the book and subsequent movie. Jesus Christ, did he get robbed? That's all he got? What a movie they made 60 million. Wow. So whether you choose to believe the amityville house is haunted or not, some interesting information is still out there.

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The Success of '2000 Mules' Continues

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

The Success of '2000 Mules' Continues

"And every time a reporter from ABC and NBC and CBS are all the rest of them, say that's a lie. They're a liar because they don't know. You can't possibly know. What was done with the millions and millions of mail in ballots? The national Susan knows what was done with the portion of them, and that's the genesis of the movie 2000 in mules. There are 415 movie theaters around the country that are playing 2000 mules. Salem media group executive produced the movie. And as of now, the movie is still going to be in theaters today tomorrow and Wednesday. It looks like the movie is going to finish in the top ten or 11 of all the movies in America over the weekend, which is amazing, considering there were only 400 some theaters. Where 2000 meals was being played. Some of the top grossing movies had 4000 theaters. 2000 mules had 415. So, a huge success continuing,

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Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:08 min | 4 months ago

Chuck Holton: 120,000 Russians Have Fled to Armenia, Leaving Putin

"Well, to start with, let's start in our mania. Right now, there are a 120,000 Russians who have fled from their country to one of the only places left in the globe where they can actually go and that's the tiny country of our mania, former Soviet republic, they are beholden to Russia because Russia helped to stop or at least put a pause on the war and then Nagorno Karabakh back in a couple of years ago. The war was absolutely by John. That's right, with Azerbaijan. Right. So there are tons of young Russians who are fleeing their country over three or 4000 a day now that are arriving in Armenia and are moving there. They're not just coming for vacation. They are. Why? So explain why Russians are leaving Russia, chuck. So I talked to as many as I could in every single one of them said, we disagree with what's going on with what Putin is doing. We know that he's dictator. He's this generation's Hitler, and we don't want to live under that kind of tyranny.

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Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Jack Maxey: 450GB of Erased Material Found on Hunter Biden Laptop

"I had heard from a very credible source about some of the same stuff and people were like hey you just make it up You want to apologize Here's Jack Maxie talking about what else may be on the Hunter Biden laptop Check this out But my guys were so good and one of them particularly said I feel like there's more there Jack Can I look I said sure you know Oh I know how to do is turn on my computer That's about it And he started searching First thing we found were 4000 little microscopic thumbnails of a race pictures Those pictures were brought up We can see them all Then I'm sitting there I've been on the phone as you can imagine all week and he says my God I just found another 20 gigabytes of this and that and this and that and ultimately we found 450 gigabytes of what hunter thought was erased material Now some of it was duplicate But amongst those things were 80,000 images and videos And when my tech guy first started looking at them it was very uncomfortable Many of them were young girls for some reason sending pictures of hunter with their tongues out And I said you got to stop You have to stop If he meant to erase these pictures I was feeling there could be a high likelihood that there was something that no man or woman with assault would want to see And then I would be instantly obligated to go to the Swiss police And I wanted to make sure before that eventuality had to come to pass that we had archived all the other material Now since then we've found thousands and thousands of PDFs we didn't know about We believe that we've been able to scrape all the attachments that we keep finding more and more things

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Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

The Dan Bongino Show

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

"And so with trade shutdown in the Black Sea you've got tremendous increased costs of nitrogen and potassium You've got the increased cost of wheat and corn and sunflower oil And it's going to have a huge impact on the World Food Program and lower income economies You're seeing this a little bit in Sri Lanka right now where they had gone have to go to the IMF for an emergency bailout that's 4000 miles from Ukraine but the impact of the war is already hurting them and you and I and other people who are fortunate enough blessed enough to wake up inside this great country The United States of America we're going to pay more for our bread certainly but there are other people around the world that I'm very concerned are going to be literally starving

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Natalie Winters: Obama Funded Ukranian Biolabs to Study Pathogens

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Natalie Winters: Obama Funded Ukranian Biolabs to Study Pathogens

"So beyond the fact that of course it was then senator Barack Obama who was spearheading these negotiations all the way back in 2005 a report from the U.S. national Academy of Sciences from 2011 actually really got into a details of what kind of research this lab with U.S. government funds was actually engaging in And they not only do they document the type of pathogens that they're working with but they note So there are about 4000 bio lab type facilities in Ukraine which is a pretty large number And only two of them actually have the certification the clearance to work with pathogens really of the most dangerous group that's the first level So think about the kind of stuff that they were working with at Wuhan And of those two labs the one that Obama and the U.S. Department of Defense helped fund is one of those labs So it actually says okay again according to this U.S. government report you know it's almost too good to be true But it's not Russian disinformation They actually admit that this lab is quote responsible for the identification of a specially dangerous biological pathogen and you can go on and read a separate document that talks about all the different viruses that they're working with Everything from plague to Ebola a lot of other scary ones and we actually just set up another story at the national pulse right now Just within the last minute or so documenting how this lab as well as a broader network of Ukrainian labs that have received United States government funds are taxpayer dollars Well they actually used to operate as part of a Soviet bio weapons program

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Which Political Party Embraces Capitalism?

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 5 months ago

Which Political Party Embraces Capitalism?

"You want to effectively fight inflation You want to effectively drive down the cost of fuel which drives down than the cost of everything You want to increase the production of goods and services Then you embrace capitalism Which party embraces capitalism Really neither By which party embraces it more than the other The Republican Party The Democrat party despises capitalism They despise it because it relates to individuality and freedom Which they despise And so I just want to make the point If you want to lower the price of fuel then you have the support capitalism you have to support a party that at least is quasi supportive of capitalism You have to reject Phony climate change because that is a de gross movement Look they don't talk about developing our way out of climate change They don't talk about developing our way out of anything They're like throwbacks Three 4000 years ago they point to the sun and they say eh son There's windigo Wind And that's how they see energy Sun When What about the combustion engine No What about steam power Now what about Hydra like now When Sun These are primitives They're ideology is primitive

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"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"So <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Music> i apologize <Speech_Male> if i <Speech_Male> misled anyone. Yesterday <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> let's <SpeakerChange> check out the <Speech_Female> mailbag. Yeah <Silence> we We <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> i forgive you. <Speech_Female> Tom in <Speech_Female> the mail bag <Speech_Female> andy. Who <Speech_Female> says he's in warming <Speech_Female> up but quickly. <Speech_Female> Becoming mud <Speech_Female> season new hampshire <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> says. I just had to write <Speech_Female> in about your discussion <Speech_Female> on gender selection <Speech_Female> for voice assistance. <Speech_Female> This was in our <Speech_Female> show yesterday <Speech_Female> and we were talking about <Speech_Female> the fact. That series <Speech_Female> is now not going <Speech_Female> to default <Speech_Female> to a female assistant. <Speech_Female> It will let <Speech_Female> us. We'll <Speech_Female> we'll require <Speech_Female> user to <Speech_Female> to choose their <Speech_Female> their own voice <Speech_Female> and he says i <Speech_Female> don't use google assistant <Speech_Female> much but <Speech_Female> i do work in an emergency <Speech_Female> department <Speech_Female> where we were a voice <Speech_Female> assistant. That <Speech_Female> helps schedule. <Speech_Female> Reminders call <Speech_Female> colleagues <Speech_Female> announced emergencies <Speech_Female> etc <Speech_Female> named vo sarah <Speech_Female> from what. <Speech_Female> I've seen him wisconsin <Speech_Female> and new hampshire. These <Speech_Female> are fairly common <Speech_Female> hospitals <Speech_Female> though. 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Daily Tech News Show

04:20 min | 1 year ago

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"Dot com edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us and australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted stutter. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand. But fact the matter is tech it for one reason or another they had everybody's trust everybody's like oh tech techs great love the apps in the phones and then three years ago or so. Everybody's like don't like tech too much power too much stuff. How trustworthy do you guys feel tech as well okay so it depends on what what what's tack right. Take the us specifically when election year lot of issues with how facebook and twitter and pretty much facebook. We're handling that sort of thing and and people's real trust issues with those platforms yet more social network than technology. But then you've got a company like amazon going through a variety of warehouse issues and scaling issues. And you have the occasional story coming out of one of those warehouses saying at things aren't going very well here. I can see where in the us going down mixed a lot of sense and it doesn't even necessarily mean that the companies are failing and sort of way. But that's just that that's just the vibe. In some of the other countries i find it really interesting yeah like saudi arabia increase trusts in tech of last year. Is there something going on there. That i don't know. Is there perhaps a company that's working in the oil industry in a way that has made a lot of people happy. It's it's it's it's kind of fascinating we want to build them. What you're saying sarah is. I hate this because it does put tech together. I mean did people lose trust and microsoft in the last couple of years. I know everything i hear. Is people love bikers off right now. You know i haven't heard about people distrusting wild way or you know there's a lot of somebody who have the disgusting okay. Did you mean jami..

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04:19 min | 1 year ago

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"Dot com edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us and australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted stutter. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand. But fact the matter is tech. Blew it for one reason or another. They had everybody's trust everybody's like oh tech techs. Great love the apps in the phones and then three years ago or so. Everybody's like don't like tech too much power too much stuff. How trustworthy do you guys feel tech as well okay so it depends on what what what's tack right. Take the us specifically when election year lot of issues with how facebook and twitter and pretty much facebook. We're handling that sort of thing and and people's real trust issues with those platforms yet more social network than technology. But then you've got a company like amazon going through a variety of warehouse issues and scaling issues. And you have the occasional story coming out of one of those warehouses saying at things aren't going very well here. I can see where in the us going down mixed a lot of sense and it doesn't even necessarily mean that the companies are failing and sort of way. But that's just that that's just the vibe. In some of the other countries i find it really interesting yeah like saudi arabia increase trusts in tech of last year. Is there something going on there. That i don't know. Is there perhaps a company that's working in the oil industry in a way that has made a lot of people happy. It's it's it's it's kind of fascinating we want to build them. What you're saying sarah is. I hate this because it does put tech together. I mean did people lose trust and microsoft in the last couple of years. I know everything i hear. Is people love bikers off right now. You know i haven't heard about people distrusting wild way or you know there's a lot of who have your disgusting okay..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Dot com edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us and australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted stutter. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand. But fact the matter is tech. Blew it for one reason or another. They had everybody's trust everybody's like oh tech techs. Great love the apps in the phones and then three years ago or so. Everybody's like don't like tech too much power too much stuff. How trustworthy do you guys feel tech as well okay so it depends on what what what's tack right. Take the us specifically when election year lot of issues with how facebook and twitter and pretty much facebook. We're handling that sort of thing and and people's real trust issues with those platforms yet more social network than technology. But then you've got a company like amazon going through a variety of warehouse issues and scaling issues. And you have the occasional story coming out of one of those warehouses saying that things aren't going very well here. I can see where in the us trust going down mixed a lot of sense and it doesn't even necessarily mean that the companies are failing and sort of way. But that's just that that's just the vibe. In some of the other countries i find it really interesting yeah like saudi arabia increase trusts in tech of last year. Is there something going on there. That i don't know. Is there perhaps a company that's working in the oil industry in a way that has made a lot of people happy. It's it's it's it's kind of fascinating we want to build them. What you're saying. Sarah is i. I hate this because it does put tech together. I mean did. Did people lose trust and microsoft in the last couple of years. I know everything i hear. Is people love bikers off right now. You know i haven't heard about people distrusting wild way or you know there's a lot of somebody who have the disgusting okay..

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Daily Tech News Show

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Dot com edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us in australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted stutter. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand. But fact the matter is tech. Blew it for one reason or another. They had everybody's trust everybody's like oh tech techs. Great love the apps in the phones and then three years ago or so. Everybody's like don't like tech too much power too much stuff. How trustworthy do you guys feel tech as well okay so it depends on what what what's tack right. Take the us specifically when election year lot of issues with how facebook and twitter and pretty much facebook. We're handling that sort of thing and and people's real trust issues with those platforms yet more social network than technology. But then you've got a company like amazon going through a variety of warehouse issues and scaling issues. And you have the occasional story coming out of one of those warehouses saying at things aren't going very well here. I can see where in the us trust going down mixed a lot of sense and it doesn't even necessarily mean that the companies are failing and sort of way. But that's just that that's just the vibe. In some of the other countries i find it really interesting yeah like saudi arabia increase trusts in tech of last year. Is there something going on there. That i don't know. Is there perhaps a company that's working in the oil industry in a way that has made a lot of people happy. It's it's it's it's kind of fascinating we want to build them. What you're saying sarah is. I hate this because it does put tech together. I mean did people lose trust and microsoft in the last couple of years. I know everything i hear. Is people love bikers off right now. You know i haven't heard about people distrusting wild way or you know there's a lot of who have the app okay..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators capacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators capacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators incapacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators capacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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Daily Tech News Show

04:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators capacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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04:21 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Well gm and ford have not taking this lying down neither neither toyota honda lantis but gm and ford have been taking chips meant for other less profitable cars and putting them in the pickup trucks. Because they know they can sell those and make more money off them but they've now have had to start building trucks without chips. They don't have enough chips even for the trucks anymore. So they're building trucks without the chips and then just parking them until they get the chips and they can finish the truck and ship it. Companies are also starting to move away from just in time inventory to stockpiling. That's something everybody did before the eighties but toyota pioneered. The justice system in the nineteen eighties bringing costs down. Toyota itself announced in february that it built up a four month chip stockpile toyota from the eighties called and said that's heresy. But that's the world we live in companies are talking about supply chain resiliency. Now they want to keep some of the cost savings of just in time but with flexibility like dual sourcing of parts closer production to your factory not ordering from so far away. In case you know book it's cotonou suez standardization of parts so that you can use things in multiple places auto parts maker. Dana is actually building a data sharing platform with suppliers so that they can see possible issues before they arrive. If you know parts maker three steps removed from the part you need is having an issue. You could start to plan better than finding out the day that the end part doesn't arrive because it's delayed electric batteries and motors possible crisis spots that companies are looking to try to avoid problems with and of course getting more chips into the system would help to. Tsmc just announced it plans to invest a further one hundred billion dollars over the next three years to expand its chip fabricators capacity. That's on top of twenty billion had already announced and follows announcements of expansions investments from intel samsung global foundries and more But this we keep saying we just need to push through the supply chain weirdness that was caused by all kinds of things in the pandemic..

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Pro w. h. One thousand and the seven hundred dollar g. s. w. h. One thousand arriving in mid may so. When when i saw the casio getting all the attention today. I thought oh it must be that dual display because that is kind of cool. You know you've got lower power display just to see time and then it can give you some color and stuff for the maps. But but y'all telling me it's really just the return of g. shock. I guess i mean it was a bit like like there was a time where well not everybody but it was a very popular watch. I remember when my kids it was laid to have. Yeah my kids would just like. I gotta have a g. Shock they all got g shocks. Yeah so the idea that the g. shock could come back but also be a smartwatch is pretty cool and i don't know i mean seems like does all the things i did have to laugh at tiny bit at the at cal caterpillar rugged phone which can withstand things like high pressure spray. Which is i just. Don't know how often that's gonna be a thing that you have to deal with. And you're like well. Thank gosh. I have the rugged phone or skiing. That's it when i was being sprayed with high pressure. Just now you know for up to thirty minutes. But yeah i think i think in casio's case this is a this is a nostalgia play but it does sound like a pretty cool watch and does all the stuff and that was the whole thing with g. Shock in the first place was that it was it was meant to be. You know you wear it every day. You wear it outdoors. It's got it all it's kind of big bulky but but has it all and it looks very g schalke. You know it's g shock. It's very memorable of that. With the high pressure spray is because the caterpillar is marketed towards construction site. Workers right sharon. You would more likely using a high pressure spray..

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Pro w. h. One thousand and the seven hundred dollar g. s. w. h. One thousand arriving in mid may so. When when i saw the casio getting all the attention today. I thought oh it must be that dual display because that is kind of cool. You know you've got lower power display just to see time and then it can give you some color and stuff for the maps. But but y'all telling me it's really just the return of g. shock. I guess i mean it was a bit like like there was a time where well not everybody but it was a very popular watch. I remember when my kids it was laid to have. Yeah my kids would just like. I gotta have a g. Shock they all got g shocks. Yeah so the idea that the g. shock could come back but also be a smartwatch is pretty cool and i don't know i mean seems like does all the things i did have to laugh a tiny bit at the at cal caterpillar rugged phone which can stand things like high pressure spray. Which is i just. Don't know how often that's gonna be a thing that you have to deal with. And you're like well. Thank gosh. I have the rugged phone or skiing. That's it when i was being sprayed with high pressure. Just now you know for up to thirty minutes. But yeah i think i think in casio's case this is a this is a nostalgia play but it does sound like a pretty cool watch and does all the stuff and that was the whole thing with g. Shock in the first place was that it was it was meant to be. You know you wear it every day. You wear it outdoors. It's got it all it's kind of big bulky but but has it all and it looks very g schalke. You know it's g shock. It's very memorable of that. With the high pressure spray is because the caterpillar is marketed towards construction site. Workers right sharon. You would more likely using a high pressure spray..

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"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Pro w. h. One thousand and the seven hundred dollar g. s. w. h. One thousand arriving in mid may so. When when i saw the casio getting all the attention today. I thought oh it must be that dual display because that is kind of cool. You know you've got lower power display just to see time and then it can give you some color and stuff for the maps. But but y'all telling me it's really just the return of g. shock. I guess i mean it was a bit like like there was a time where well not everybody but it was a very popular watch. I remember when my kids it was laid to have. Yeah my kids would just like. I gotta have a g. Shock they all got g shocks. Yeah so the idea that the g. shock could come back but also be a smartwatch is pretty cool and i don't know i mean seems like does all the things i did have to laugh at tiny bit at the at cal caterpillar rugged phone which can withstand things like high pressure spray. Which is i just. Don't know how often that's gonna be a thing that you have to deal with. And you're like well. Thank gosh. I have the rugged water skiing. That's it when i was being sprayed with high pressure. Just now you know for up to thirty minutes. But yeah i think i think in casio's case this is a this is a nostalgia play but it does sound like a pretty cool watch and does all the stuff and that was the whole thing with g. Shock in the first place was that it was it was meant to be. You know you wear it every day. You wear it outdoors. It's got it all it's of big bulky but But has it all and it looks very g schalke. You know it's g. shock. It's very memorable of that. With the high pressure spray is because the caterpillar is marketed towards construction site. Workers right sharon. You would more likely using a high pressure spray..

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"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Pro w. h. One thousand and the seven hundred dollar g. s. w. h. One thousand arriving in mid may so. When when i saw the casio getting all the attention today. I thought oh it must be that dual display because that is kind of cool..

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"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"4000" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Pro w. h. One thousand and the seven hundred dollar g. s. w. h. One thousand arriving in mid may so. When when i saw the casio getting all the attention today. I thought oh it must be that dual display because that is kind of cool. You know you've got lower power display just to see time and then it can give you some color and stuff for the maps. But but y'all telling me it's really just the return of g. shock. I guess i mean it was a bit like like there was a time where well not everybody but it was a very popular watch. I remember when my kids it was laid to have. Yeah my kids would just like. I gotta have a g. Shock they all got g shocks. Yeah so the idea that the g. shock could come back but also be a smartwatch is pretty cool and i don't know i mean seems like does all the things i did have to laugh a tiny bit at the at cal caterpillar rugged phone which can withstand things like high pressure spray. Which is i just. Don't know how often that's gonna be a thing that you have to deal with. And you're like well. Thank gosh. I have the rugged water skiing. That's it when i was being sprayed with high pressure. Just now you know for up to thirty minutes. But yeah i think i think in casio's case this is a this is a nostalgia play but it does sound like a pretty cool watch and does all the stuff and that was the whole thing with g. Shock in the first place was that it was it was meant to be. You know you wear it every day. You wear it outdoors. It's got it all it's kind of big bulky but But has it all and it looks very g schalke. You know it's g. shock. It's very memorable of that. With the high pressure spray is because the caterpillar is marketed towards construction site. Workers right sharon. You would more likely using a high pressure spray..

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