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Diageo to Buy Ryan Reynolds's Gin Brand
"Celebrities air in the alcohol business, including our friend Aaron Paul. And now Ryan Reynolds has a gin and he just sold it for I am going to say if Clooney's went for over a 1,000,000,000 that's tequila. It's much more popular of a drink than Jin. You're right. 700 No, That's way too much. $100,000,610 million. Biagio So I don't think I've ever had have tried gin enough to know it's not one of my top five favorite booze is I mean, I think every time I've drinking Janet's on accident Now that I know celebrities are all able to make that much money starting immediately following the show today, I want you to go pick up my newest product Strikers. Box wine, I'll be selling it out of the trunk of a car now
Kanye West Held Sunday Service At Bayfront Park
"Like Kanye west performing some kind of church service in in downtown Miami in an open empty theater that's right and at bayfront park Connie west brought a choir invited a pastor from a local church that actually married him and Kim Kardashian west to to calm and give a sermon and they played these are gospel a remixes of his music and other pop music from the last several decades and just a very Miami moment and you've been there covering it also have you rub shoulders with any famous celebrities over the last few days we've been reporting on sightings all over town folks like Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul from from breaking bad rap stars playing in Miami gardens Carty B. and DJ Caledon JZ arriving at the stadium in Miami is a nexus for for Hispanic music for hip hop music for for a lot of celebrity and so I think the Superbowl kind of amplifies you know of five that's already there
Apple debuts featurette for upcoming Apple TV Plus original 'Truth Be Told'
"Apples giving viewers an extended. Look at truth be told that's the apple. TV plus series. That tells the fictionalized I story of a true crime. podcast apple insider says Cupertino Streamer has released a feature at for the show uploaded to apple's dedicated Apple Apple. TV Youtube Channel. The peace as the three minute feature at for truth be told has the stars of the show explaining their characters as well as hitting it where where the stories of each will go as the miniseries plays out two decades before the show starts influential journalist. Poppy are now used. The power of the pen to have a sixteen year old tried for murder as an adult. He was found guilty and went to prison now. PARNELL's not sure he was is guilty and start sticking back into the case. Actors featured in the feature at include Octavia Spencer. Aaron Paul Lizzy Caplan and Brett. Cullen a number of producers also turned up including producer and show Creator Michelle de Tremble the feature at is available now now on youtube the series hits Apple. TV plus on Friday the sixth of December
Hollywood Stars Say Hell, No to Netflix Speed-Up Test
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. GOES TRY IT free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the From wonder I'm David Brown in this business. Wars daily this Tuesday November fifth. Everyone gets the same. I'm twenty four hours in a day right and perhaps in the stress of a modern world another must see Binge Watch on. Netflix might take more time than you have to spend. But perhaps you would manage to watch a few more shows if you could. What speed them up with? That thought may have never occurred to you but Netflix has been testing the idea India all the same. The streamer recently began testing. A new variable speed control feature viewers given access to the tests could watch shows up to one and a half times. Faster the normal. They could also slow programs down to three quarters or even half speed. netflix tested the feature only a select group of android phone users. Variable able control. Playback was common in the era of. DVD's Today podcast youtube enthusiasts. Take it for granted but it's new to Netflix. And according to the company any it's a feature some users have been requesting for a long time. UPDATES have a wave sneaking up on APPs some Netflix subscribers notice the appearance of variable. We'll play back. In mid October accompanying a slate of more mundane updates that improve brightness language and audio controls the idea some viewers like to speed beat up slow documentaries or watch old favourite faster. Alternatively viewers learning languages are watching instructional videos say exercise or cooking king often wish they could slow things down just a little bit but net flicks must not have thoroughly anticipated. What would happen next for the last few years? Here's you see. The streamer has been recruiting Oscar level. Show runners writers actors and directors to develop original films. TV show several of which have gone on to win awards. It's their strategy airing higher quality programs than their rivals to help them keep subscribers from fleeing to growing streaming competition from Amazon Apple Disney H. B. The ob at and a whole host of others and Oscar winning or at least Oscar worthy films should tempt users into subscribing right well that strategy gene assessment dated a supportive relationship with Hollywood's best so it paid big name stars like grey's Anatomy showrunner Shonda rhimes and glee producer Sir Ryan Murphy. Hundreds of millions of dollars to come into the net flicks fold and it promised artists director. David Vernay that the company would be. They're are safe home. A Production House dedicated to shepherding their finest creative work so when Netflix announced the speed tests. The question quickly arose should viewers be allowed to speed through shows. Made with such care. Some of Hollywood's a-list reacted with outrage. No just as soon as the speed up was out the streaming. The giant crashed into hardcore criticism from actor. Aaron Paul of Breaking Bad Fame and writer director Judd appetite according to the New York Times Erin. Paul tweeted there is is no way. Netflix will move forward with this. That would mean they are completely taken control of everyone else's art and destroying it. Netflix is far better than that and appetite. Appetite threatened to call quote every director and show Creator on Earth to fight net flicks. The Times reported some users have applauded net flicks for putting speed control roll into the hands of viewers but given the verbal version of rotten tomatoes. That talent has thrown at the company. The new feature isn't likely to stay for now. It seems you'll have to content yourself with watching shows at normal speed maybe rather than trying to accelerate life even more. You could take up meditation. Probably a show for that. You know on Netflix. From wondering wondering this is business wars daily. We hope you listen to our site business news at normal speed and if you like this episode hit that subscribe button so you never miss a day pay fast astronaut already. Wouldn't you say thanks a bunch. I'm David Brown. And we'll see you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney bowes shipping and mailing from. Your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney. Bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and and you were back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit. PB dot com slash rush V._W.. Daily that's P._B..
"aaron paul" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The movie focuses on the character of Jesse pink man the drug dealer who in breaking bad teamed up with his former science teacher to make and sell high quality meth I know a lot about chemistry man but you don't know Jack about slinging dope Aaron Paul Plays Jesse Pinkerton in both the AMC series breaking bad and in the new movie the Joe Yoyo one four eight three two three two the six to nine represented the AP what Lee. Tom years after the end of AMC's breaking bad one of the best drama series ever made for television creator. Vince Gilligan is back with a movie sequel it's called El Camino a breaking bad movie and it premiers today on Netflix X. Aaron Paul who co starred on breaking bad as Jesse Pink Man is the star Arve this new chapter which begins exactly where the series left off today we'll revisit archive interviews with Vince Gilligan and with Aaron Paul but let's start with my review of this new El Camino movie a review which I promised will be as close to spoiler free as possible the first thing press is the concept breaking bad as a TV series told the story of High School Science Teacher Walter White played perfectly by Bryan Cranston as the series began Walter was diagnosed with terminal cancer and decided to build and leave a nest egg for his wife and family by using his scientific knowledge and teaming with the former student to manufacture and sell a particularly pure strain of crystal meth Aaron Paul's Jesse was that student and by the time breaking bad was about to end Jesse had been captured by a rival drug operation and forced to Cook Meth for them while Walter White and his shady lawyer Bum Roden Kirk Saul Goodman or in hiding arguing about their options which at that moment were very limited hey I'm a civilian I'm not sure lawyer anymore I'm nobody's lawyer the funds over from here on out I'm Mr Low profile just another douchebag with a job and three pairs of dockers if I'm lucky month from now scenario a manager got cinnamon Omaha what seemed like a toss away punchline at the time in the penultimate breaking bad episode written by Peter Gould turned out to be a stroke of brilliant inspiration it became the premise of better call saul the follow up series still going on AMC that followed Odin kirks character both before and after breaking bad in the flashback sequences he was Jimmy McGill who would slowly evolve into slimy Saul Goodman in much the same way Walter White would morph into drug kingpin. Heisenberg and in the occasional black and white scenes post dating the events of breaking bad we see what Jimmy now AW is up to and he is indeed managing a cinnabon in Omaha but better call saul created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gold is primarily a Prequel to breaking bad just as El Camino is primarily a sequel it picks up right where breaking bad left off with Jesse escaping from his captors driving away in an El Camino as fast as he can screaming and El Camino written and directed by Gilligan is just as exciting original outstanding as the other entries making this for Gilligan one hell of TV hat trick the series it's Prequel and now it's sequel we're all as good as it gets there isn't a godfather three in the bunch but El Camino like its predecessors does visit the past from time to time which allows zoster revisit a handful of familiar characters from breaking bad one shows up in the movies opening scene so it's hardly a spoiler it's a flashback showing Aaron Paul's Jesse and Another Co conspirator Jonathan Banks Mike Urban Trout discussing what to do after retiring from the drug trade will you do with all that money same thing I do with all the other money how about you teenage retiree.
Breaking Bad, the end that wasn't
"You know this music writing breaking bad is back in the breaking bad movie El Camino is out today and Netflix rich is going to review it in just a little bit in this movie we find out what happens to Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman after the events of the finale six years ago El Camino was written and directed by breaking bad creator Vince Gilligan and stars Aaron Paul and Erin said when the show was over he thought he was done playing Jesse it was a great run man it was such a wild journey for everybody you know breaking bad was it felt like he was at the center of of pop culture it was to be at the center of that was a wild ride for all of us and so we are so blessed that had happened that we are part of it we are also incredibly okay with saying goodbye and unzipping the skins and who never putting them on again remember binge watching this and you just not you could not after the episode was was over you just have to watch the next one immediately yeah can you believe was two thought September two thousand thirteen was the last episode and I saw Aaron Paul two days after the they wrapped the last episode having aired yet I should go to Albuquerque all the time for the real channel which is out there the Albuquerque studios which is where they filmed breaking bad either for it when it first started they took me in a golf cart to where they're like Hey you want to see this new show sat nearly walked right in it was better call Saul's office was there and the the Walter white's living room and and bill backyard and all that stuff all sets and about a year later you couldn't get within a hundred yards of the but he but he was the he said exactly that same thing right after he had wrapped he was like dude was the role of a lifetime and I'm so glad because exhausted from point because it's such a tortured yeah complex
El Camino Continues Jesse Pinkman's Breaking Bad Story
"Answers that big question is finally being answered for breaking bad fans you ready they're finding out what happened to Jesse Pinkman after he beat it out of Albuquerque on Walter white's meth empire blew up Netflix new El Camino breaking bad movie began streaming this morning Aaron Paul stars there are cameos by other characters but we're not giving anything away Deborah Rodriguez CBS
On This Day in History: Austria-Hungary Annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina
"Today was October nineteen o eight Austria Hungary informed the Ottoman Empire of his annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina this announcement set off what's known as the Bosnian crisis a period of conflict between Austria Hungary and the Ottoman Empire under the eighteen seventy eight treaty of Berlin Austria Hungary gained the right to occupy and administer the Ottoman Empire's provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Sandjak of Novi Pazar but Austria Hungary always had its sights set on permanent possession of the provinces Bosnia and Herzegovina were widely sought after but Austria Hungary a lot of work into developing infrastructure mines factories agriculture and schools in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the same time ethnic and the end religious conflict grew within Bosnia and Herzegovina and groups in the two provinces displayed nationalist ambitions the young Turk Revolution broke out in the Ottoman Empire in Nineteen eight and restored the Ottoman Constitution Appear Seventy six and revived the Ottoman Parliament Vienna. I was afraid that the new authorities in the government of the Ottoman Empire would try to restore Ottoman political power in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a WPRO Russia Serbia for control over the Sandjak of Novi Pazar and Bosnia and Herzegovina Russia itself was stabilized after defeat in the Russo Japanese war foreign minister of Austria Hungary alloys graph flex up on Arendal saw an opportunity for Austria Hungary to assert his dominance in the Balkans Austria Hungary's ambassador to Russia Leopold Graf Ferstl set up a meeting between Aaron Paul and the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Petrovich. It is both skis in September nineteen eight at Bouchon Arabia. What actually happened at the meeting is up for debate as no minutes of a meeting where release it is both ski. It says that Russia would not object to the annexation and an exchange Austria Hungary would not object to open the Bosphorus and Dardanelles Straits two Russian warships is Boesky insisted on an international conference before the annexation took place but on October six the day after Bulgaria declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire Emperor Franz Joseph. I of Austria announced that it was annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina the withdrawal of the austro-hungarian Armie from a Sandjak of Novi Pazar was also announced but is Boesky was not expecting the annexation to happen so soon he said that Aaron Thaw Paul did not tell him the date of annexation and that he did not know Austria Hungary planned on executing it before the matter was settled with other political power opposition to the annexation erupted in Europe Russia and the Balkans France Britain and Italy protested the annexation Pan Slavic nationalists nationalist throughout Europe. Were unhappy with announcement. Serbia insisted that Austria Hungary seed part of the Jack of Novi Pazar to them and Dan is Volsky supported them but Austria Hungary backed by Germany threatened to invade Serbia at the end of the Bosnian crisis ACIS Austria Hungary seemed to have come out on top after a boycott of austro-hungarian goods caused commercial losses Austria Hungary ended up paying an indemnity to the Ottomans and alienating many from Australian policy but the Ottoman Empire recognized the annexation which Russia and Serbia accepted opted in March of nineteen o nine the next month the treaty Berlin was amended to accept the annexation the nation's managed to avoid the war but tense relations between Austria Hungary Russia and Serbia after the latter two faced such mutilation remained and contributed due to the outbreak of World War One and nineteen fourteen.
"aaron paul" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Minutes ten weeks you to the zoo ninety four north bound late into the markets at seven example forty three Broadview road the March tenth looks good twelve minutes the traffic and weather together on the tents and other laws ago WTMJ fellow W. I. dot com the T. M. J. five day forecast waking up this morning to cool temperatures mainly clear skies but the beauty of a day today mostly sunny night seventy two for tonight partly cloudy comfortable sixty lakeside fifty four in line Saturday increasing clouds and cool just a chance a very light showers my chances small hive seventy percent a partly cloudy slight chance of showers high of seventy two Monday Labor Day warmer partly cloudy hive eighty two and Tuesday partly cloudy warm chance of storms and a high of eighty five I'm meteorologist Brian is Nancy with the storm team forecast and W. T. M. J. Jefferson fifty seven Grafton sixty Milwaukee sixtieth WTMJ conference morning there on W. C. M. the dearth of new movies coming out this weekend at least in the big games stuff as the summer movie season comes to an end but October eleventh is the date of the lot of folks have circled on their calendars if indeed you still have a calendar on the wall or one that you carry with you don't do it on your phone I could leave a mark on the screen anyway October eleventh is when the making bad sequel El Camino is set to premiere net flicks featuring creator Vince Gilligan at the helm plus Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman and the little known Charles Baker he plays Jesse's friend skinny PT's the character that's talking to police interrogators and that two years into the trap just a few days ago announcing that indeed there was gonna be king bed sequel I have no idea where he is bono worries had either north south west east Mexico mon all of us freaks were into breaking better trying to figure out just where the show is gonna go who's going to be on it the only three we know for sure are well obviously Gilligan he will be on it but he's behind it and Aaron Paul and then this Baker character who plays a skinny Pete Bryan Cranston played the show's central character of course.
The Breaking Bad movie gets a name and an intriguing teaser trailer
"Breaking bad news breaking bad news is also kind of first look thing that they released over over the weekend they released their like a kind of a teaser trailer short teaser trailer number one confirming that there will be a breaking bad movie it's only been rumored up until this point but the releases little teaser trailer they released the name of the movie called El Camino a breaking bad movie we know that it's going to be centered around Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman of there's not a prequel it's not a prequel apparently it's going to be what happened to Jesse Pinkman after the breaking bad series which doesn't mean there can't be flashbacks to take you back in a land because that would be a good way of getting Bryan Cranston into the whole thing one of the great actors anywhere absolutely we know that Bob Odenkirk is in it because he spilled the beans about a week ago and said that movie was made but now we also know that it's going to be on Netflix on October eleventh for couple weeks and then it's going to move over to the AMC network were breaking bad up again there's a lot of licensing money out there they licensing the math at all you can get some actually was a math I don't think maybe when you go to the concession stand you get like milk duds about math pock corn ju ju be back math your use braille sprinkled
"aaron paul" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Now, do you feel? American women is out right now. What's that about with Sienna Miller? Christina hendricks. Amy Madigan Aaron Paul's we played husband and wife selling hundreds to make out with her. Hey, man. No, it's not that kind of movie. No, she, she married. Yeah. Bring her husband up. She's so hot. So you gotta Miller's husband know, Christina Hendricks. I remember seeing her on an addition before she was famous and, and being mad that my life I was so mad. I couldn't date her shows that hot. I couldn't believe how hot you get for errand. Who's that guy? Who's that fucking guy? I got obviously I can I can date her. Who's that guy? What's that guy? Do. Oh, she divorced. Her husband. Oh, no. She suffered under no walking around single, Jack. She was the best looking woman I've ever seen in my life. Right. I forgot I was like, oh my Lord, you're the best moment of overseeing who the fuck. Is he? Hey, dude. What's he do? I'm asking you are you talking to me? So American woman is out in in select theaters now. Probably go further nationwide. At some point. So go check that out Sienna Miller. And I just asked you a question Hendrix. What is herself? I'm in it. I'm in the movie. You're bugging, and then you good buddy, Joe carnahan's boss level. Frank Grillo and Joe Carnahan boss level. Oh, yeah. You're coming out with that. That's I can't wait for that. And then after that, then what? Well, I just feel like you can do a movie and it doesn't matter what movie and it used to be a movie, and it was like a big deal. Now, I feel like everybody does a movie and know nobody talks about it. I don't hear about this. It's like we're good friends, and you don't know that I have a movie up and you don't even have to ask me back in the day would just be on ener taming tonight. Exact Mary Hart and a movie come out. That's right with people into it. Yeah. And now she talks, and now it doesn't matter like, now, I don't know now, it's like. Good as the movie is six people. See it somehow. Yeah. All right. Well, you know, I'm picking up what you're laying down. You know, and let's, let's, let's hope this movie does, I'll tweet about better. Don't tweet about the fucking. What is it two thousand eleven?.
"aaron paul" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"So I pick up on different things. You know? I'm not afraid to say that whichever winds of winter. It's the one where seriously blows up two sets the Baylor. The winter winter is so many good thing that I twenty minutes is fucking awesome. Right. But the first twenty minutes people have made this criticism that was the story line that they just dragged out to have that moment in the finale. I dunno to smooth it. She's yeah. It's a great move. But it was so it's so obvious watching it now where it's not as clever as the first time that you saw it. Well, knowing what happens really takes mystery out of it. Right. Oh, wow. What a novel concept. I never heard of that. It would be like if they put Matt Damon in. No, if they if they put Leonardo DiCaprio being shot with a bullet in slow motion because that's what it feels like it's like, you're just watching the bullet for twenty minutes going to the high sparrows. Yeah, he's gonna die. He's even when you were watching at the firm. It's time you knew what was going to happen. You shouldn't get out of it. Yeah. It's that novelty kind of wears off to me. I think the rest of the episode is. Yeah, that's just one part of the episode. You have the John reveal king into north also like a chunk of the episodes. I cried during that I cry to. Yeah. Hard to make me cry. You didn't cry when a the to hide. Yeah. So cars died that was that was sad. I'll tell you what I cried when fucking. Hold or died. Yeah. That was that was that I didn't cry for now. I was I was very sad. The only scenes that have made me cry king of the north now miners win the baby turned the John. It's true. That's so well-directed the music. Yeah. Windsor went to might be the best to my under Eighty-three. It's is when I had that went to the baby. And then it just pan John. It's which Danny devito. This question. Here comes from L bridge at L bridge Luther which of the holy trinity of streaming services. Netflix Hulu, Amazon prime has the.
"aaron paul" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"And I don't know. That's why I want the fucking kit. I want to figure this shit out. So breaking bad. Yeah. That's Aaron Paul talked about a guy who's picked a lot of bad movies after breaking bad. And I was listening to a podcast collider live shout out to them. And one of the pundits made the point that he was the heart of that show. Obviously, Bryan, Cranston is the better actor, he's probably the better character. But Jesse what he did with that? Character his transformation is just as fascinating, and he's picked so many bad roles post breaking bed, and he's such a good actor so to see him working with Vince Gill, and he Vince Gilligan again as me really excited as been plateauing and. Being on Westworld to maybe he's going. Oh, yeah. L you Jack. Yeah. Yeah. Say he produces that right on Netflix. Netflix show reduces. Yeah. Here. Do the show if you produce a credit, well, it's brilliant show to Todd's a great character asexual sexual icon. All right. So yeah, let's go to this next story. The yesterday. Cracked on that yesterday, the new Beatles movie directed by Danny Boyle, great concept. The concept is that there's an event that happens, and nobody in the world can remember that the Beatles existed except for one man. So he steals all their music becomes the most famous singer songwriter in the world. It's cool concept. I mean, have you ever thought of that all the time? All right. Listen to music. I think imagine if this was my music. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. All the time. It'd be the first thing I do is copy everything that you'd have to like I was thinking about this too. Like if. Well, if it happened for me, and it was I wanna remember, and I didn't know how to the instruments. Imagine me using Lil Wayne's. I guess I she's. guess she's the. Yeah. I wanna know how to. No every lyric. I want to know how to make the music reciting on this like hook, which he can't look you can look leader, accept or anything. Well, he's a musician is a struggle. So you probably know everything right? If it happened to me for the Beatles. I would pretty much be able to. It's it's hard from memory. But I would be able to get a lot of them. At least like fifty you think for most songs, if you if I play the song, you can sing along Ola words, the Beatles. I mean rubber sole. Yeah, for it's it depends on the album rubber soul. Revolver sergeant Pepper's Abbey Road. I could probably not not really I be wrote. But those other three me ten like, yeah, I'm going to be pretty big one of them's twist show, which is like. That's all you gotta do. Yeah. All you need now is three songs. Making three hit wonder all the other stuff on the album is Philly. It's all about the bangers this. But it wasn't really cool trailer. I love the part when he's on the James corden show. They can you just write a song about something. And he's like something in the way. She moves like, oh my God. As a genius. Yeah. You can write about something now thinking too. So like when Drake when he rats or we could stare at the stars and put the Beatles on that doesn't exist that the whole song not exist or did you change the lyric?.
"aaron paul" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"He gets better at I mean, he was in what nine minutes of suicides. I'm not gonna kill you. And I I think the style of him like just the way you looked was a big turnoff for a lot of people with tattoos and the grills and. The hot topic purring to laugh if you're going to do something like that. This laughed. He had to stand on. He had. Through many ocean gave him like a fucking. To try to stay gave wise fucking chlorine things claims a pool. Yes. Hang. So I mean, I don't think he was terrible. I liked him. I'm. Liked to see him in a full movie to see what he would do it the character. But no the best scenes in that movie where the scenes between joker and Harley Quinn when she was acting as therapists, and he was manipulating her into falling in love with him. That's fascinating because that relationship is very SADO masochistic, and I would have liked to have seen that explored in a feature film. But this news is not surprising. No, I don't I I've lost any interest in this awhile ago. So I I really don't care that if cancel out of like the Senate, but it's not killing me inside that we're not going to see, and I guess we don't have that confusion where we're gonna have Jared Leto and a walking Phoenix Shoka movie within like a year from each other. So that kinda helps goodness mean walking Phoenix signed, maybe a multi movie deal you love going back to that. He's only doing one. Cancelled his joker can this. They're gonna get to. There are things that you are just stuck on walking Phoenix doing more joker movies. Walter white still alive, you guess when breaking back. Let's go right to that. Okay. All the breaking bad news sequel starring Aaron Paul, and this is kind of what we suspected that. It was going to follow up that final scene and knowing Vince Gilligan, it's going to take place directly after the show like the cops. I I think the first thing we'll be we'll actually making up. Waking up and Joe like an extended up law kind of right? Just see where he ends up and they're saying Netflix and AMC. So the probably aired on AMC go rights enough. Looks will like what HBO does when episodes over right, right? Yeah. It's almost the premier instead of an opening night in theater, it's AMC. And then it goes to Netflix. That's sick. It's cool. Because a lot of people found breaking bad on Netflix. That's where I watched. It me too. I missed the cutoff by like three months when it ended and then watch the whole thing like three weeks and I'm excited for this. I'm pretty upset that he hasn't contacted Bryan Cranston yet. I mean, maybe he's going to soon if he hasn't done it yet. And he's not going to call them. I guarantee they're going to be flat. He's going to be in it. Yeah. Yeah. The Ashley flashbacks autism sent Bryan Cranston made a few statements saying that he obviously loves to be he'll be that a second call them. You know, we'll be cool if Jesse and Walt had discussed contingency plan for them to get out. And maybe that's what Jesse is trying to reach. Trace in his memory, Walter rights advice or something with Saul as well. Because I think there's got to be in this two they could tie in the because they do the not the the flash forwards and better call soul, or I guess the current time line of him working at anti ns. Yeah. Yeah. Well there though. Coastal cinnabon. So I I gotta catch up on better soul. Because if Vince go if Vince Gilligan's and do what he does he's gonna connect better, call soul to two point..
"aaron paul" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Just to me to reintroduce myself. My name is Bo? Oh, OBT to the OB house, Valentine's. Yeah. Any special cook dinner, and now I'm going out to dinner and a little bit partout. Yeah. Share? We are. Watched movie and watch the island game. Wow. I watched a movie and then stared at my ceiling. Yeah. I watched minehunter we should have linked up. You know, you know, what I'm glad we didn't. I'm not that upset because just thinking of all the money people are spending on gifts and dinners. It's nice definitely makes up for all the sex on that having. Well, I was big Valentine's Day guide last week. So. Then with the day came. I was like, oh, you know. What I yeah. I hate this day. I just hated because of the meaning behind this should be. February it shouldn't be the the twenty ninth. This should be the day that every four years. So maybe like that. Maybe twenty twenty three things we'll be looking up how about this Valentine's Day. But for pets though, it and like October something August. No good August. Yeah. That's a good days national, then this is good dog off. You mean everyday dog day? Right. But this one's extra. Specially, you know, make it a steak or something you played at all day off of work. I don't I don't know what kind of dog people. Call your dogs. Will you can't assume the gender we don't know the dossier. So you say you're here her that's too much work, the dog feel route saying it, and it came up to me and my go what's called it. Then yet, but we're talking about hypothetical dog for hypothetical dog holiday. Yeah. But if you had a kid, I wouldn't say it. I'd say he say it all the time. Boy, girl, he or is it. Yeah. You don't feel weird saying that somebody did it? It is very. Yeah. When you say it holds it. How's it doing doing that to people? Don't you? Yeah. I never called you. I'm saying you say you're gonna start doing it. Taxes? It why did we have to call you that? Hang with. Like human land. Oh, get out. A little tree. Guys that Elena has a dog named teddy. Mentioned that you're the second teddy in their life. Oh, you only four bucks. I owe you a dollar for one dollar what what better you guys making for four bucks? No because I Super Bowl box gave me twenty one. I gave twenty four and owed you one dollar. So I'll give you the fucking dollars dollar, then should grub three extra dollars Adamy. All right. Well, while they do that. Hello, everybody. Welcome to another episode of the nerd soup. I don't carry cash. Either people always asking me cash now to the digital world away. No, always tips scripture. She says not the tip on a card because I get taxed. So I sent my mom money and on the description, I put Cuban cigars, then mail, basically blocked my count, and it's under review they want me to do a full description of what the money was really for. I've put cocaine prostitutes acid, but Cuban cigars is the one thing that that's what got him. He's not doing. I always just pick a random emoji has nothing to do with it. That's here's someone to Santa Claus. The other day. It's really dinner. Oh, that's funny. 'cause yeah, it's not Christmas. No. Yeah. You get it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm catching up here. Do you wanna start microdosing? I one hundred percent sought to insurance. Now. I don't wanna microdosing I wanna do full dose dose. It's like the Silicon Valley guys dip at time. Right. Take a little bit. You know, get the creative juices flowing, and they create like phones Gilio opened full gates. Yeah. Steve jobs. Get real weird on the I cast. guess I would a hundred percent microdosing podcast, if we haven't I'll do, but I wanna take full acid.
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"We need to have a an in with the average consumer or the mass market, or the moms and the pops to have them understand how we want this to go because I think it's still them that can make this movement progress. I, I think it was one of my gripes is that I just mentioned Laura, shin, and Laura is one of the only people in Aaron, Paul and Matthew area, and actually are one of the only people that use our real names in the crypto. He's you have people that are really vocal, great followers great ideas thought leaders, and they go by bit demi-god or crypto frog or bitcoin, Batman, and you're like, yeah, these are representatives to the masses. So when is bitcoin Batman going to start saying, hey, I'm Bruce Wayne. Take off the column, the Cape and start. Talking to the average consumer because, hey, you know what we need your help in is fun as an as entertaining as bitcoin Batman might be. He is not going to be taken serious by the media, the people, the mom and pop investors, or the conservative investor that says, hey, you know what I work hard for my money. I've been doing this for thirty years at my company to set up by to pay off my house to set a little bit of pension my 401K and now I have bitcoin Batman saying that this is the next big thing. Yeah, that's painful. I mean, it was a documentary on CNBC and it was it was like a crypto documentary, and I, I was really excited and then half the the documentary is really good. It's like follows a lot of the players in crypto, but but half the documentary was about some guy named crypto kid, you know, who lives in a tree house and as you know, very eccentric. Like none of that is bringing credibility in. It seems like those are the stories. Is that the media seems to Guam onto in. We're just not going to be able to get real credibility with that, so that's got to be addressed. So with that being said, I feel like we've circled back around to how do we get the average person in to the space is one we talked about, we gotta get them access to it. They have to be able to use it and we have to have professional representatives. Average professional representatives representing them and talking to them in encouraging them and getting them into the space and letting them have a real look and went. We're talking about gripes because seems to be the subject matter. Man, I hate the modern media. I cannot stand the modern media and you had Ray redacted on awesome on crypto, wanna one. Awesome. Because Ray said, look, love the space. I'm paraphrasing love the space, do your own research, but he, I think math. You. He might have been one of the first people I've listened to so many episodes, but one of the first people that I can remember clearly who said, but you really need to look at the other side. You need to read that book by that guy was like, it's never gonna work in come to your own conclusion, but there's so much of the institutional. There's no question that there's manipulation in this market. No question. So if there's no question that there's manipulation in this market, if some people, if there's some subset of people who are so wealthy, who can control that market from Wall Street that Saint money's controlling the media. So if you hate, if you don't want those guys there, why are you listening to the to the buddies their financing? I wanted to stop there. Real quick is an answer that one. Why are we? This is the buddies as finding financing, why we listen to the buddies that are in the media because that is what we just said. A Representative is crippled kid living in a frigging tree house, but you know, it's really hard to get. The average person to not look at, you know, CNN or CNBC or Forbes, or what have you and CNN just the other day, I think it was just yesterday put out a headline that says, guys bitcoin went to half million dollars, then lost it all and you off at all. I saw that it's it's fricking impossible that he lost it all. If he was invested in the bitcoin, if he bought a month before it's all time high, he bought a seven thousand nine hundred..
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"So you have all these do's even though they'd have agrees great back. Rounds. They're probably not in the positions that these should be in. There's no competition for their position because they're the founders of the companies. And what I think that we have to do is look at the lower tier. The second tier of people when it comes to run these companies. Because usually sometimes I must say usually it's that one person that they hire to get their shit together that operation do that comes from an obscure part or skewer business, and they're putting their expertise in streamlining operations, or you know. Manufacturing or or hospital hospital streamline operations into their business that actually get the shin done. So I, in my personal opinion, it's kind of like cutting straight through the CEO CFO CEO's and all the CTO 's. And going to the next guy's who's your operation director in where they come from. So Matthew, you said you said something pretty cool, and that got me to thinking about bringing average dudes in to run a company, you know, hospital service, whatever, right? And it got me to thinking about how do you get them attracted to crypto currency. Right. And it's kind of like this chicken and egg thing. Once I learned about the industry, I wanted to go all in, but I don't have my tack background. And what else can I do in this industry? Well, I don't know, but I can research and I can invest in now I, I love it. Like, what's the on ramp to get the average consumer? Is it mass adoption? Is that the. Is that the user interface is like, what's the chicken and egg? Does that make sense? Well, I mean, I think that's a good question, but I think that the it isn't about the tech. It isn't about the protocols is about getting people to understand that this is an emerging market. The average consumer to understand that this is a merging emerging field and they can use their expertise and they can put it anywhere in this field right now and people are hungry for it. People are hungry for the guy that can run twenty McDonald's in northeast Ohio because running twenty McDonald's in northeast Ohio, and being a district manager operator is a hard job no matter what company you're working for and they have a skill set. Now, does this guy really like working for McDonalds? Maybe he does. Maybe he doesn't. But if you ever wanted a career change now is the time to use his skills in put those in practice in one of these emerging companies and make their operations run smoothly, making the designer, the x. designer, the whoever, put them into this.
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Yeah, I think you know, we, we have a real problem with that wild west approach. I mean, even earlier in Hugh one of this year, there was a report out that forty six percent of the ICO's from two thousand seventeen had already failed. So for the most part in our fund, we do not invest in ICU house were on a secondary market looking for exchange traded liquid assets. You know, we're taking the Goldilocks approach to to crypto assets were not looking for the ICO latest project. That's gonna give a thousand Bagger. We see that as to risk a, you're too hot. They don't have a. Product built yet. And yet we don't wanna take that passive index approach where we're just buying the top ten crypto assets. You know, we really see that as too cold and not capturing enough of the upside. So our model is that mid cap, Goldilocks approach where we're looking at network value or market cap of crypto assets between one hundred million dollars and two billion dollars, and that's really our our sweet spot. And we think that gives the best risk adjusted returns from the blockchain space, Aaron, Paul, what do you think men like? Look, you have companies that raise one hundred million if they might have been ICO's and they could be liquid now that could be exchanged traded, but they still have no project and they have one hundred million of the investors dollars that they might call contributors do. Do you think that this? I don't think this is wild west anymore. I think that the wild west was there because everybody was greedy. But what we have is a lot of people that did, I would say borderline illegal fundraising practices. What do you think Erin? Well, I'm not. Lawyer. I think that one of the things that excited me about the space is that I had a rare opportunity in time to invest in something. I'm old enough that I remember the dot com bubble. I'm old enough that I remember friends getting into building a website and and I was like, man, I missed that shit. I missed it and I'll be damned if I'm going to miss the next tack, the next wave. And I'd have a little bit in investing before crypto currencies. And when I was talking to my friend, Matthew Erin about getting into investing and you said, hey, man, check this out. And so I did. And I said, wow, this is, you know, 'cause as an investor, you learn at an institutional way as a retail investor, the difference between, oh, you're just a retail investor, and this is an institutional investor and they have access to all the candy, and you have to sit here with, you know, broccoli. Right? You gotta eat your broccoli, I. Yeah. And and so I came in to the space and I said, wow, I get a chance to be like an angel investor and then money's disappearing. Right? And you're, you're sitting there going oldest, decentralized, anarchic kind of thing. You know, the thing that brings people over to not government, ran the people get the run it, and there's bad actors and they take your shit, and they took people shed as a just a normal dude. I ask myself. Yeah, I mean, and you talked a really smart guys like Richard Burton, right? Remember we had Richard Burton on. He said, why are people trying to build rocket ships when I haven't even built a skateboard normally how this works is you get a little bit of money, you better prototype, you build the skateboard then you build a bicycle. You make sure the bicycle works and he put a little motor on it. Call it a motorcycle, and you keep getting more money as you scale. You can have a vision, but you just get a little bit. It as you perform, you know, I guess I kind of feel like what you're saying Matthew as there's there are pitfalls between a decentralized organization in a centralized organization, a centralized organization being all these rules and governance, etc. Etc. In the allure of a decentralized way that anybody can make money. Right. So who's in charge, right? That's a really good point..
"aaron paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"People away from New York City. People magazine's famous Jeremy. Jeremy Parsons, take a little time out, which we always appreciate here on the dawning Steve show to chat with us from busy time square. Gerbera? How's life in New York right now? So good. I love that song. You're just playing halls. He wasn't it. Believe when that first came out. I was an early early find for that song. And man every time it comes on. I just dance along dancing to have. You heard the new Hanson, Jeremy, no, okay. Maybe we'll cue that up. We're going to get a double dip today. Al green to how enhancing today. But I mean, isn't it amazing? Donna. BT's? And then we'll we'll let you talk a little bit about the latest happenings for Aaron Paul. But Donna thinks that this new Hanson on the came out today. Could get them a Grammy or Grammy recognition in. Back off. It's just very unique. And they have a double album coming out in November. So we'll get to that. I'd be interested in also knowing your track record in Grammy prediction formed decision. Get to that next level reporting right there. Jeremy what do you about Aaron Paul making some really seen a much recently? Yeah. He's he's been doing some things. But this is going to be big. And of course, Aaron Paul played Jesse pink men on breaking bad. He is joining the cast of Westworld for season three the HBO sci-fi drama that everyone's going crazy about do. You guys watch. What's world? This is a great question. I asked Ryan at this morning. He said, it's a little too hard. The follow. He's not loving elements of it. I don't okay, I watch at the big day beginning I kind of trailed off and pepper back and forth. Here's the thing with it got a load of EMMY nominations coming up. It's almost like the show that gets its this huge show that a lot of people don't watch it. It's so strange. I simultaneously. No. A lot of people who do. But then other people are completely clueless about it. Anyway, the big deal that Aaron Paul's joined the cat it'll be his first regular role on a cable TV series since breaking bad. Even though you've done. He's done some other projects and things. He seemed to confirm it on Thursday posted a photo on Twitter. Westworld photo Twitter captured it feel like a dream DeLores. Can you wake me up from the dream kinda give us some reference there? And this news actually, also comes in the wake of James Marsden whose another lead on Westworld getting us national by net. Flicks to co star in dead to me, which is a dark comedy series for them that might signal that he's leaving. So anyway, that's what's going on with that. I love 'em, all and. A lot of people back to the series or to to Westworld for the first time if they haven't already and it's already a good cast great. Yeah. So I must anytime. Westworld comes up in conversation for probably the first year. The only thing that kept coming to my mind was Waterworld with Kevin Costner word association, the ill-fated. So it's not like, I'm not kidding it. Actually that is the vision. Park thing. Exactly by drastic park. Oh, we gotta get into the show. I think it's actually really cool. And it's it's creepy in terms of like, I could see things going in this direction soon with artificial intelligence and things so. Kiddie who we can't go to many weeks. It's not healthy to go without talking about the Royal family in some capacity, Meghan Markle's on the cover of people magazine this week. So now, she's you know, what four so months into the whole thing getting a feel for how things are going, by the way, we just reported earlier this week that she flew commercial to visit her BFF. Jessica Mulroney Toronto. You know, she loves her. She's fine commercial everybody. No kidding. The royals are just like us. People cover story. Yeah, meghan. So source tells us that she's lost touch with celebrate close friends from before the Royal life, but has maintained this smaller. Very close circle. Got a bunch of be dialed predictable. Right. I mean, obviously, this is a unique sort of liked to live it does. She has to do what she has to do. But that it's been tough hundreds some ways finding it hard to know who to trust the sources are saying about this. And and of course, struggling to contain the family drama. Her father Thomas, Mark will do it all these explosive interviews, and the source says that it's been a very wearing on her to have to deal with her private light being made so public in that way, but she's handling it with grace and doing so well, and Harry, by the way have been able to kind of find their footing in some ways by a spate Todd in Prince Charles it is capital and Scotland he's hosted them there. And she's about the focus on her charity work and go off on her first official international major tour, Royal with Harry in Australia next month. So that's a big deal. Royal biographer that we always follow says if this will really be mega chance to shine and kind of her biggest part that she's played yet in the Royal duties, so we'll see how that goes. Anyway, there's that there's a lot more in this week's issue people about Meghan adjustment to life in the spotlight. We are talking to Jeremy Parsons from people magazine, he hosts their daily show, which is available for you to watch. Weekdays at eleven thirty. I always do. It's at ten thirty local time, it's at eleven thirty long. So. On.
'Breaking Bad' actor Aaron Paul joins 'Westworld' season 3 cast
"Jeremy what do you about Aaron Paul making some really seen a much recently? Yeah. He's he's been doing some things. But this is going to be big. And of course, Aaron Paul played Jesse pink men on breaking bad. He is joining the cast of Westworld for season three the HBO sci-fi drama that everyone's going crazy about do. You guys watch. What's world? This is a great question. I asked Ryan at this morning. He said, it's a little too hard. The follow. He's not loving elements of it. I don't okay, I watch at the big day beginning I kind of trailed off and pepper back and forth. Here's the thing with it got a load of EMMY nominations coming up. It's almost like the show that gets its this huge show that a lot of people don't watch it. It's so strange. I simultaneously. No. A lot of people who do. But then other people are completely clueless about it. Anyway, the big deal that Aaron Paul's joined the cat it'll be his first regular role on a cable TV series since breaking bad. Even though you've done. He's done some other projects and things. He seemed to confirm it on Thursday posted a photo on Twitter. Westworld photo Twitter captured it feel like a dream DeLores. Can you wake me up from the dream kinda give us some reference there? And this news actually, also comes in the wake of James Marsden whose another lead on Westworld getting us national by net. Flicks to co star in dead to me, which is a dark comedy series for them that might signal that he's leaving. So anyway, that's what's going on with that. I love 'em, all and. A lot of people back to the series or to to Westworld for the first time if they haven't already and it's already a good cast great. Yeah. So I must anytime. Westworld comes up in conversation for probably the first year. The only thing that kept coming to my mind was Waterworld with Kevin
The Sugarbakers Might Live On: ABC Is Developing a Designing Women ‘Sequel’
"Designing women just took a big step closer to its TV return twenty-five years, wrapping it's seventies and run on ABC. It looks like it has handed out a script commitment on. What is being billed as a sequel to the CBS comedy? The new designing women will follow the next generation of sugarbakers with a crop of new young female designers at an Atlanta interior design for the project, which has been in the works for several months of ABC looks like it comes from the same studio that produced the original and Sony Pictures television and sources say original cast member full occasionally, stop by and to take on new roles in the series. I think it's fun. It's interesting what these reboots it's up for grabs after they figure out if they're owned by a specific network in any capacity, then it's up for grabs and it gets the Land Rover land so ABC is the tone, correct. ABC's the home now. Original health. Wonderful Walker five eyewitness news the best channel if I
"aaron paul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. A lot of good dirt on mytalk mytalk. HBO sprawling sci-fi drama series. Westworld is getting a major new cast edition. Former breaking bad star. Aaron Paul is joining the third season. He's crazy peace so good. And maybe. He Aaron plus less confusing plots will make for a very good. Westworld? But it was confusing. I still don't know what happened in season two. I've even know what happened in season once. Oh boy. Okay. It's been New York fashion week Marc Jacobs, his six PM runway show started nearly an hour and a half late on Wednesday night. Most of the time he is always on time. It leads some people to believe that he was simply marking territory so to speak because his first time doing per fashion show happened at the same time down the street, essentially, and he wanted to I don't know get people to come over to his show sounds a little desperate. But sounds like a made up story. People are saying that he deliberately sabotaged her show. I don't know she also had one of her models go into labor after. She had a pregnant model, which is so cool. It was a lingerie fashion show. And then all of a sudden, you know, it's like, okay. Well, I got through that. Now, it's time to pop out this kid John legend is during the season sixteen cast of the voice as a coach good, and John and Kristy are in will they were in the twin cities for the annual target meeting. I gotta tell you. I love target. They take a lot of my money. And I think this is proof. They take too much of my money and all of your money because they get Shawn Mendez performed for their employees meeting and Chrissy Teigen was there. Williams. We I mean, I love my talk book. We get pizza Luce for our employees. Caesar salad and a couple of slices of cheese. Pizza from pizza Luce target. Has Shawn Mendez performing. Time they do these meetings. I really do think to myself. Wow budget. Buster target is too much money on their hands..
Chrissy Teigen Invades Target With New Cookware Line
"Seventy two tomorrow, cloudy eighty four currently it's eighty four and it's mostly cloudy at the mytalk studios. This is a mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment dug up a lot of good dirt on mytalk. Mytalk. Learn. We have a local celebrity sighting. Chrissy Teigen is in Minneapolis. Again. She showed a picture of herself husband John legend, and what are their children at a target meeting? That's all to launch launcher new collaboration with three Taylor called cravings by Chrissy
John, Saul and Westworld Tom discussed on Drew Garabo Live
"Show. Crazy. You got to catch up on net. Flicks. Now, thank you that the best show ever, John. What what what's your what's your? TV news is Aaron Paul is
The investigation continues in Jacksonville mass shooting
"Sky here in New York City WCBS. News time. Four fifty investigation continues into a mass shooting at a. Madden NFL video, game tournament, in north Florida and an FBI official and Baltimore confirms at agencies searching the family home of the man of thirties believe was behind Sunday's deadly shooting. At a pizza parlor Jacksonville landing riverfront mall three people are dead including the
"aaron paul" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Your your. Voice in on radio and a movie called olive oh yeah. I haven't seen that though I don't know how that ended. Up, was good, we were good in it I feel like I could have done, a better, job so a, lot of celebrities got their starts on game shows so apparently, that's a. Thing like people who are in Hollywood. They you know one of their auditions is I'm, going to. Go. Addition to. Be you know a game show contestant try and get. My face out there The dating? Game, was. A big one for a. Lot of future stars in the sixties and seventies. Arnold Schwarzenegger John Ritter Zan. Summers Farah Fawcett Michael Jackson Burt Reynolds Sally field Tom. Selleck peewee Herman Steve Martin were among the celebrities who were. There now I would argue that Michael Jackson has been star. Since, he was, five years old so while he might have been on that show, he doesn't, really qualify you. Didn't say sugarman oh that's right Mike sugarman News, on the. Dating game Steve Martin also. Apparently did the, gong, show I feel like oh he's been around for long enough that He must have been at least somewhat known oh he was known I think so, before, she turned letters on, the? Wheel of fortune? Vanna white was a contestant on the price. Is right Aaron Paul from breaking bad right isn't that him he was also on. The price is right Jon. Hamm was on a USA network show. Called the big date in nineteen Ninety-six I've. Never heard me either there's a few, game shows in here a lot of. Nickelodeon stuff, that I'm like I don't know that qualifies it well they're just I've never heard of them I mean I guess they qualify. Because there's a nickel Odeon show, called? Guts that one of the backstreet, boys did AJ McLean. Joey Fatone is he he's an instant guy. Right or, is he a backstreet boy I get the. Moment he was, on, Nick arcade back in nineteen ninety seven Kirstie alley was on match game, in? Nineteen seventy nine as a? Contestant, before she got her. Big break on cheers this one I'm interested. To hear Stephanie German NADA German Noda lady Gaga oh, she? Was on bowling points which was a show on MTV that no-name hosted oh really, yes so well he did like the voice over for it right so they would shoot these things and it was kind of. Like a candid camera but it would? Just see how long someone? Could take something before. They had to say something about like what you're. Boiling, point so did. You. Look at this already what's the setup on this it's in a restaurant I didn't really pay attention to be. A. Waitress no, she's a customer okay Diners are sitting. Down Block chain minutes.
Best moments from the 'Breaking Bad' reunion at San Diego Comic-Con
"Iraq has karaoke Hewitt's Kevin Biko life Nelson blues in San Diego for Comecon state of San Diego coming account account is what got alley in the same. Room as her all time number one crush Conan O'Brien. Last night We're gonna hear all about that coming up in about fifteen minutes or so I did notice there's an engagement, ring on ALI'S hand, today so I feel things went pretty well it looks like last night I o one, of the panels. That has, received the most attention this year so far was the tip anniversary, of breaking bad which by the way our friend Bill Burr moderated. That panel, huge is not a guest actor on. The show but a superfan in fact in introducing the panel with almost all of the cast in attendance he called it arguably the greatest show that's ever been on television I mean he put arguably in front of it. So I would agree with that because Top five easy right it's, a great show it's a great show there were two interesting things I've thought. That came out of it first of all everybody's been saying. Look we love better call Saul but. When arena c. Walter Jesse and some of the other characters on better call Saul Vince Gilligan creator of both says we will be sorely remiss if they, didn't appear on the, show before it ended but you will not be seeing either of them upcoming episodes which, is fine by. The way, I look better call Saul is great audits out the other thing, that I thought was interesting and I'd never seen the cast addressed. This before, as you guys have heard the Walking. Dead theory of breaking bad right now Run a, bias someone on the internet came up with the idea that the breaking bad show. In the Walking Dead take place in the same universe and, that it was. Waltz drug his product that caused the. Zombie outbreak oh I think. Is hilarious by the way that's dumb Vince Gilligan said well waltz dead Dow so I guess he could be zombie by agents are out there we should talk about that If Walter white showed up. On the Walking Dead is I would. Be pretty cool I would love it so much anyway it's weird after only five years off the. Air that there were, already looking back on the great it. Was breaking bad but it was pretty cool pedal yesterday? Did you see. As contest that they're having. For breaking that is funny this is a charity event and what you do is I guess you text a certain number and then you donate. Five bucks ten bucks or whatever it is, in, your you're in the drawing for an amazing price Aaron Paul starts this video. By explaining the? Contests and, how, you can win it what's up guys it's Aaron Paul and, I want you to? Come break bad with me bitch you heard that right it's..
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Aaron paul the one on one media what is your story we hear vitality story all the time what's your story how did you get into what you're doing right now and what does something that nobody knows about you the so i have a background in technology did about ten years of robotics machine vision neural nets work it's after a degree in electrical engineering and computer science continued to do some tech work in the music industry various different kinds of consulting software gigs at at different companies then some time at goldman sachs and built a sort of application there is on the technology side of private wealth management and then transitioned to running a hedge fund with a partner so as a set of funds pursuing a statistical time arbitrage strategy to that for a little while ended up spending some time in jamaica also in the music industry and that's basically win a theorem happened so i was tracking the bitcoin face mostly by reading everything for a couple years but not trying to build a business in the space and met fatale about a month after he wrote the white paper so that was january first twenty fourteen we're both from toronto i was back home visiting my family over the next month a bunch of us essentially formed the therion project around metallic and the rest is reasonably well documented can i ask one follow up question than i promise i won't ask any more questions for the average consumer though the plumber the mom the the waitress the waiter what can they do to retool themselves and just go all into this into this space having no tech background no blockchain background what can they do practically speaking to transition into the blockchain space to our consensus academy is putting out e books and other kinds of courses mook some of its technical some of it's much less technical youtube has stunning number of videos different level.
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"I played an offense of game not a defensive game i was prepared i was ready i did my best i may have lost but i did not beat myself and my opponent here she knows the score they know that even if we didn't do business the way we both thought business should be done meaning that once the expectation game settled in the dust cleared we agreed not to do business together but i as a professional earned mike keep in there is by being ultra professional the next time i reach out i will get a welcoming reception from that in the vigil almost guaranteed and the business professional who was a no call no show when your industry who didn't return the email who didn't return the skype call they know in their hearts what they did was wrong on professional and overall should not have happened they have one of two options one contact that person no matter what and make it right as soon as possible right what was wrong number two don't make contact but here's the mistake on number two the psychological effect for not reaching outweighs greater on them than does the person who stood up it is almost always guaranteed that their pass will cross or might one day cross and the person who will be the most uncomfortable in this game will be the person who justified in their mind that they didn't need the follow up on a blatant professional blunder you might think that being stood up for a meeting or the person who didn't answer your email or tax message or skype or whatever that you did something wrong you might feel offended or emotional with many different feelings floating through your mind but you didn't do anything wrong you should not feel offended and you need to control your emotions and think about the end game you one trust me i teach this all the time there are many ico's pre host who fall into the above analogy.
"aaron paul" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"You can reach me by email aaron dot paul at crypto one podcast dot com or via twitter at ico one podcast i'm not a professional investment institution bank of lawyer or accountant and i don't pretend to play one i'm not offering any legal accounting or financial advice so please make sure you listen take notes research and make your own informed decisions regarding ice ios so this week i had an interview call no show on me it's not the first time no call no shows on return emails and broken good faith promises a part of any professional space the seo space is no different good faith is what separates professional companies from the unprofessional companies and is the medium between mostly successful and mostly failure in my opinion i learned many years ago the value of getting to work on time not just on time but just a bit early prepared and ready to go literally ready to go don't just get the work start thinking about what you should be doing no you should already have a list of three to five critical things you know need to be done right now that will represent a win for you for the rest of the day i took the same mentality into the business world as a private business owner i made it my solemn vow to never be the person who showed up for the business meeting late i did this for a number of reasons number one it's just ultra professional number two the psychological win i get over the person i'm meeting with for being on time or early is absolutely critical this is a key piece of business psychological warfare i know that when the person or persons i'm meeting with his late or they roll up and they see me sitting there sitting down waiting for them with a smile on my face then i know i'm probably closer to getting what i wanted from this meeting as a result of just being on time ultra professional advantage me three if the conditions of number two do not result in me getting closer to our intended meeting than no matter what i know i won the most important part of the game i showed up on time.
"aaron paul" Discussed on X96
"Of it and i like it so far i saw the guys who created the show they were on leave their onset myers last week talking about the show one of them did work in corporate office the other one did not trying to work it out between the two of them basically it's kind of another spin on office space or workaholics looks a little darker yeah there was a scene where they were a workshop in something laughter design and there are no bad ideas so just throw out there we need you know we want to narrow it down to 10 so let's start with 50 no let's make it a hundred and he looks at the karen as i could literally say anything right now any points and goes racism laughter yeah also season three of the path with aaron paul down hulu where he would he and his white join a cult alien isn't any good it's pretty good yeah i can't believe we're going three seasons on it though i thought it would be a two season done but she get out of that culture aaron paul now apparently looks like he's going to be in charge of the call is like do i take adele adds poor fun if you're in charge of it yeah he's like yeah do the right thing or just go power matty if you are in charge of it that makes you way cult leader and surprising or saddening no one of the spike network ceases to exist on thursday what yeah shows good they'll still get any of those it now is now the paramount network so they just change the name yes in other other also going full steam ahead with a lot of original programming coming up in the next few months such as there a tv that taste of heather's is one of be if for stuff k i believe there's a mini series about waco coming up oh yes i see yeah yeah david karacha drew a leader david another one yeah course picketed all open lifting battle a celebration of michael jackson now let's think battles good is the biggest i didn't think that i would like it's it's i was surprised as well depending on the celebrities fun i got sucked in as well yeah though now paramount when at work they just needed to put united in front of it.