21 Burst results for "Acker"

"acker" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:41 min | Last month

"acker" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"I was young. I was eager to be on the boss loan team. Show that jersey tabet jets. Lebanon the novice Great story in terms of taking that chance in any bidding yourself And doing that sort of thing eventually. You you find your way back into the league by going back to the pistons to slow about maybe just was going back to the league and then obviously eventually. We'll go over to the clippers with a young the andre jordan and and that the situation much different than the strip. Yeah yeah no it was great to have detroit pistons understand that i was going back for another year. It was a amazing Came home deferred very first week ahead at workout with the detroit pistons at the end of the summer league playing with them in watts know planned december leaks in up there with jody morris. Ma'am what you back. We saw what you can do and we're excited by having back position for so. I was really thrilled from that. Standpoint i was ready are really was i was ready. I was the first year. I wasn't ready. I'll be honest with you. It was just a more of a factor. We actually being there but known as jersey every day but Just plan against you. Know the league players in euroleague that could potentially in the nba from the european standpoint of players in the nba standpoint of americans. You know every single night. I thought that i was ready. I was ready to contribute to eighteen. Unfortunately when i came back they aree draft tube sensational guards. Aaron a follow in rodney. Study at indiana. So i'm sorry as out of wash in and follow out. Ucla so being affected lindsay hundred was wasn't there at the time carlos arroyo carlos faneuil left those two first rounders. You know actually took up a lot of slack. Guys day will bind them to heal so we had a lotta guard play that we have compete for spots in potential so it was awful embattled actually see myself again in the same situation knowing that i was actually prove myself all the way up into libya couples are salon that i can ask repeat any level as for as as motivation income the practice every day in detroit in actually going at it with these guys get a lot of minutes man. I was really like devastated to the point. Where like. I really want to play so That was the most important thing leading organization know that i was ready to play. And if there was any time for me let me know so they actually put me down to the g. League again averaged. Twenty points like seven rebounds as you know it was almost like a not a joke but it was more like a moment like i did this already. You know so. I'm ready to play. It was awesome village. Noted joe dumars took me serious and he trained me back home crazy story up at all all star break and i was ready to come back to detroit. Tax trained the second. Half of the season i get a call from dumars on the phone in the car. Going on the plane about the going plane elliott. Seems like where you at in. I was like Come back to the detroit. A little bit early to work out. He said i don't go nowhere. We traded you to l. a. You're going to be taking a plane trip to meet the team in phoenix for the first gay so i was kind of disappointed. I was pissed but at the same time he actually explained to me. That was business and it was more than anything. No hard feelings at all. He wanted to see me play. He saw that. I was unhappy and there was nothing he can do from. That standpoint is being gm you know..

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"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"And not during that treated people nicely but for that day happened to him and i thought to myself part of me getting a little kids face. You don't do that to my son. But here's what i wanted to do. I want him to grow tough skin. I want him to to have positive rejection. I recently did a short teaching on just embracing rejection. That grows our skin tougher in. That's essentially what what we as speakers need to do. We as leaders need to do is look for times where rejection happens surround ourselves by positive people so that we can get that good perspective move forward and that gives us the ground for for faith in ourselves faith in our ability that we were able to resist and overcome that type of rejection. I love that you do so much about loss of about stress and burnout to that. Such a important topic in in all the different areas this year specially in speaking of the events that i've spoken. It's pretty much every industry under the sun and it's in now in business they always tell you. You need to niche down. You know find your target audience and trying but Spoke an indigenous conference and accessibility conference nonprofit corporate healthcare legal. It's all over the map and it will. I'm thankful because my original career was public accounting. And i was an auditor so an audit the firm that i worked with thankfully had a pretty big book of business and a lot of different companies so i was able to learn about a variety of different industries. Which again has served me. Well even to current times because i know some of the challenges with each of those industries that i've spoke with like and they go. How do you know this. If you've never worked in this industry back in the day used to count beans now. I just grind them and drink them. You know going back to your coffee at allergy. Yeah it's that's. That's the only beans that i couch and just the perfect blend..

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"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Apply to me that that applies to business. And then something happened. Where i just dawned on me that i i actually didn't have a side hustle and i didn't have a hobby i actually had a business and so then i started treating it like a business. And that's what i made this big huge shift. I think a lot of people are probably doing something. That's like a business still treating it like a side hobby or or side hustle. And there's something that if you embrace that adventure and really call it by. Its right name. You can live that out in the right way. Yeah it's it's one of those things where he sometimes you think even as you start doing it more and more that it's still the side thing and no matter. How talented you are. You're still putting the energy of on the side. It's like make use this analogy of like making a meal. Okay you most people. They have the main course which could be chicken. Steak pork seafood. Whatever Or if you're a vegetarian or vegan you know some type of main dish and then you have your side dishes which are okay. I'll do a couple things on that and that's fine and if your business is your side business and that's what you wanna do then you're dealing with side dishes. They're not you never get the main course unless you want to. If you want to then. I love your analogy. Follow the breadcrumbs. Since you get the cookie. And then once she gets the cookie. You're like okay. I liked us. Let me wash rinse and repeat. Let's do this again. Kaz cookies you know. So where are they you know. Where's the cookie factor. I'm going there. Yeah yeah the most dangerous place in the world to take me as like you know those specific cookie factories that will have all kinds of different that choose from driving like this is overwhelming. I can't i can't do this. You know and my cardiologists is yelling in my ear going..

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"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"acker" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"Welcome to the breakfast. Leadership show where we interview global thought leaders on business leadership in life. Here's your host keynote speaker bestselling author and chief burnout officer of the breakfast leadership network. I go eleven..

"acker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"acker" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Meanwhile, the Aztecs looking for their next opponent that will be the Nevada Wolfpack, Thursday night, up on the maze of Yes Arena and as tech boom, the Aztecs and assistant Chris Acker. Are now seven and two on the season after 11 days off, they have eight games in four days. I know they're excited about getting out there and playing games. You know for us. We got guys that love the game and loved the play, so they're just excited to be able to play games. Let's practice less preparation and just get after it in the Vatican. Gonna pull their own challenges, and we're studying film right now and trying to get familiar with them so that we can present a great game plan to our team. That's Aztecs basketball system. Chris actor of their inaction Thursday night up on the mates against Nevada Wolf back and Alabama's Devante Smith, the best player in college football name the Heisman Trophy, one of the first wide receiver to earn it since 1991 Ernie Martinez Kogo Sports. Fox reboots The iconic game Show name that tune. Michelle Pelino reports. Jane Krakowski hits the right Note as host of Fox is reboot of Name that tune. The one hour show takes its cue from the beloved 19 seventies game show that tests contestants music knowledge as they battle it out over naming a song after only a few notes. I can name that tune into notes. Lipumba correct. Andy Jackson leads the band on piano. The show pits two contestants in a race against the clock. The more songs you know, the better you will do. They play a variety of games and the player with the most money at the end of the bitter note round wins. Oh, what Well, Bob, and then he goes. La Bomba were like that. There had to be like I can't or something in there. There's not that some kind of that some kind of witchcraft. No, there's no head. Are you sure? There's no hint? Guarantee you lies, lies. Melon Turn. You're my God. Springsteen fans have a big surprise coming their way this year, the boss teasing upcoming projects.

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"acker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Emily Acker and Kimberly young from hillside a mental health community that focuses on you and we are despite lanes and Landis healthcare marketing experts so Kimberly Emeli talked a little bit and her comments about what is the difference in features is the focus on teaching and I don't think I certainly don't know enough about it for many of our audience I'm guessing it's the first time they've heard what is the B. T. N. and why does how is it different from other approaches to mental health care sure that's a great question and I think the best way to describe that you had back to describing it foundation and explaining that he was a valid by Marcel lending hand and back in the nineteen eighties her because she was using cognitive behavioral therapy which is a form of whiskey he granted off but basically focuses on it eighteen error in our cognition Marcel anything I was working with patients that were extremely suicidal having multiple suicide attempts and self harming and begins to try to figure out a way that he could at that changing her patients because all of the contestants and about being more discussion with sided camped or the through a final thought that were occurring health card that was occurring so she began to develop through all of her research and theory dialectical behavior therapy which focuses gave there a way to kind of use real life situation to help the client ms Cole or words re what they were working so I dialectic aren't using that can exist at the same time that are complete for example one maybe I want to I want to die and I want to live so marshalling hand again working with her patient to try and figure out a way how they learn skills to use on a daily basis the end of their life to begin to regulate their emotions decreased their impulsivity and we began to find kind of the middle path between the dialect and the sweetness you dialectic Quindlen individual can then be that budget that can occur at the same time and then they can find the middle path he remained state does great in that validation treating this extreme to a title without arms tell it really go ahead no so unfortunately I think there's a lot of thought around that the kids these kids just end up on drugs that that's the solution they just need to see a psychiatrist and you don't drop their and and so is their drug therapy involved it with this is is an alternative to has something like this always been done concurrently with drug therapy is drug therapy never been the solution for these kinds of problems but I want to get into that drug therapies because certainly that I think there is that almost believe that the only way I can see the psychiatrist is if they get they're prescribing the drug right gore is such a great question and in fact high three that you know in my training treating mental health and in the philosophy at held side we believe that medications are used mostly.

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"acker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And as because it because nothing broadcasters like more than gambling and hookers the land Acker joins us right now the man is a legend and resolutions and then this is I am so proud of you well thank you I'm sure that is to your listener heard the clip before when they're probably going to all right yeah I know that that's what I heard but no no no no no no no just take something like that how to counter I love that what can I say you got to go back to book a check for just a second here and you got to just remember that what John lacquered land decker did in Chicago nighttime radio in the nineteen seventies into the nineteen eighties it you change the landscape okay and you did because it was if you say so what what the great selection difficult I got to tell you this is a little awkward why well it all we call this whole blue and you know I was just sitting here I wasn't doing anything I wasn't bothering anybody and I get this email and I'm like okay hello I don't know it's just strange well you were inducted into the into the national radio hall of fame is based here in Chicago three years yeah yes and that's that's what visiting a little brook they don't I mean I've been over the museum broadcast communications I'm on the top right but this is like I've never even thought of the NAHB alone have them think of me so it's a surprise that's a big deal there's very few people the from the Chicago market who are you know obviously you know Paul Harvey is in it and I think brand Meyer went in right there two years lose actual yeah yeah and so right now we're still waiting for ours we're just waiting I don't know when that's all you'll get there hi I really need you to go to fill tables I understand the point but I think you know only half of and I know it has it where WGN which is all the you know the arguably the most legendary radio station in Chicago history but it will it loosely Mr Suraj who Helms the mornings here and me who Helms afternoons here thank you we all kind of made our bones of that other radio station so hello absolutely and you know what and I've said a lot not probably keep saying is that when you talk about that we'll be checking what you're referencing I mean using that that was so successful was because of what was going on around the clock behind the scenes you know everybody was good everybody did stuff the readings were great the engineers are great the promotions were great and it was just this energy that left out of the radio people and I've never wanted to I mean I have to have a great time to radio stations before and great times at radio stations after but there is a segment of time there maybe three or four years that it was really something looking back then back that is really true there's nothing really last month a couple years that a racist one of the I've noticed for sure is that every time there's you know there's ups and downs and things in the middle and all that and you just hope that you know the judge you get it a team of people as you said be in in you know behind the microphone a behind the scenes that that all kind of work in a synergistic way to make the whole thing great and I was just the tip of the iceberg at night you know when you had to have a program director like John Geren who at all while temping like Diana you check on there because I never asked if I could do it well I just did it my guest John land occur is that he may have walked into the studio once or twice and look to change the way the only the way that at legends like John guaranteed look at you in the eye the caucus settle over the side and walk out and all you think to yourself because you know my god did I just blank that up all my god do okay I would least of John's Stephen Gerry Hitler you let me check he had Bob Suraj caring about Daniel J. J. Jeffrey Fred Winston oh my god yeah I mean what adult about a faster right the man back to them and so life is its own this is America all right John land decker congratulations all the I want to see what I think about John lander he's got an autobiography out that is the only autobiography that a radio guys ever written it is worth reading I will say that right now is I will look for that thank you on the Amazon all right thank you Sir there you go if you will the legend John records land records really is his middle name or so he claims.

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"acker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And hookers the land Acker joins us right now the man is a legend and resolutions and then this is I am so proud of you well thank you I'm sure that is for your listeners who heard the clip before when they're probably going to all right yeah I know that that's what I heard but I don't know the roaches you can't take something like that how to counter I don't want that what can I say you got to go back to book a check for just a second here and you got to just remember that what John lacquered land decker did in Chicago nighttime radio in the nineteen seventies in the nineteen eighties it you change the landscape okay and you did because it was you say so what what the great selection difficult I got to tell you this is a little awkward why well it won't we call this whole blue and you know I was just sitting here I wasn't doing anything I wasn't bothering anybody and I I get this email and I'm like okay hello I know it's just strange well you were inducted into the into the national radio hall of fame is based here in Chicago three years yes and that's what that's like visiting an old neighborhood you know I mean I've been over the museum broadcast communications on on the top right but this is like I never even thought of the NAHB alone have them think of me right it's a surprise that's a big deal there's very few people the from the Chicago market who are it obviously you know Paul Harvey is in it and I think brand Meyer went in right there two years lose actual yeah yeah and so right now we're still waiting for ours we're just waiting I don't know when that's all you'll get there hi because I need you to go to fill tables I understand the black black I can only half of and I know it has it where WGN which is of the you know the arguably the most legendary radio station in Chicago history but it will it loosely Mr Suraj who Helms the mornings here and me who Helms afternoons here and you we all kind of made our bones of that other radio station so hello absolutely and you know what and I've said a lot not probably keep saying is that when you talk about that we'll be checking what you're referencing I mean the reason that that was so successful was because of what was going on around the clock behind the scenes you know everybody was good everybody did stuff the readings were greatly engineers are great the promotions were great and it was just this energy that leapt out of the radio to people and I've never wanted to I mean I have a great time to radio stations before and great times at radio stations after but there is a segment of time there maybe three or four years that it was really something looking back then back that is really true there's nothing really last month a couple years that a racist notice for sure is that we're every time there's you know there's ups and downs and things in the middle and all that and you just hope that you know the judge you get it a team of people as you said be in in you know behind the microphone a behind the scenes that that all kind of work in a synergistic way to make the whole thing great and I was just the tip of the iceberg at night you know when you had to have a program director like John Geren who at all while chanting like Diana book you check on there because I never asked if I could do it see how you do it my guest John linebacker is that he may have walked into the studio once or twice and look to change the way the only the way that at legends like John guaranteed look at you in the eye the caucus settled it is I can walk out and all you think to yourself because you know my god did I just blank that up all my god do okay I would least of John's Stephen Gerry Hillary who checked he had bought some rocks king of odd Daniels J. J. Jeffrey Fred when all my god yeah I mean you want to talk about if that's right the man examined so life is its own this is America all right John land decker congratulations all thing but I want to see what I think about John lander he's got an autobiography out that is the only autobiography that a radio guys ever written it is worth reading I will say that right now is I will look for that thank you on the Amazon all right thank you Sir there you go thank you world the legend John records land records releases Milan so he claims all right this is all that is with us he is a class action attorney Eric chase is going to do something good for humanity here that's which is with the thing I like the most and that is you're taking on the towing the towing company that were actually telling in Chicago right correct and this first of all we have to do a private show people right at Lincoln Park pirates and things like that that's that they've been in the news but what you're dealing with is actually how the city handles the vehicles right correct this has to do with how the city wrote its own ordinance so could take vehicles away from people who have unpaid ticket at and right just on the street you don't have to know Serbian and parking so they just can come see you see that instead of booting writer this is post boot a boot and then tell you so so yeah correct you're not parked illegally these cars pose no safety hazard there their park illegally they're not part of a crime or anything the the vehicle owners just happen to have at least two unpaid parking tickets and this lady comes by slaps the boot on F. twenty four hours to pay up which includes now doubling the fines and tell right that or they take your car away actually just I just got a parking ticket for the first time in a long time to get that parking app and I use it all the time and I'm I'm so paranoid about it because I have PTSD from when I was younger and I had shoeboxes full of tickets the old yellow ticket so we had the city that you didn't have to pay but once while you find a boot on your car and that was home and there is there's there's no worse feeling in the world and that but was interesting in in your lawsuit and I think is fascinating is that this city can tow your car take your car impounded car scrap your car right and you don't you have to you can't get paid for it you don't get it done that's correct and just to give you an example our plane have had a car that he had a seventeen thousand dollar loan on Rackley brand new is a two thousand six Nissan Sentra was told in twenty eighteen he only.

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"acker" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"Guys I had to take my beanie off. I was getting hot here. You need a Nina. You WANNA be skied. They go Since she's so cute so I went to. I haven't washed my hair in seven days so I was gonna say this is crazy. The unprofessional fighter. Crawl out of your head Okay so you just said that your last name is Dutch stuck. It stuck its Dutch. It's Dash Right. Yes okay and I just said I went to Amsterdam which made no sense. But it was such a cool experience. I went to the Red Light district with my husband like a typical tourists and I was trying to get him to let one of the girls suck his Dick but he wouldn't do it because they do it for like a hundred and fifty bucks hold on hold on. Oh I get to skip past that fun. Okay by the way. Have you gone to Amsterdam number okay? You need to do it. The girls and I'm not even kidding. You guys and I know it's like maybe it's like I don't know their whole situation there. Apparently they're treated while and they pay taxes and everything's legal and whatever. These are some of the most beautiful girls I've ever seen. I'm talking about models like some. I mean some of them. Not all of you know a lot of them a lot of them. I was walking by and I was like I just want to take all them to America and give them an instagram account. And then they won't have to Suck Dick Anymore. You know what I mean like girl. Let me get you on some fit. Let me get you bear hair adds to you won't have to be stuck in some fat guy's cock anymore really though truly. This isn't what I thought it was going to go with with you asking me about my last name but I love it. I'm just trying to say but by the way loved Amsterdam and I know it's in that General vicinity. It's nowhere near its Dutch right. Am I wrong? No that's why I was wondering. Why are you not wrong because I got clogs there and I'm fucking like I know that should right so it was the by the way the most beautiful people everyone knew and they ride bikes everywhere. And they're so healthy. You have to go like just the. The scenery is it's unreal. Yes yeah it's like a story book I've wanted to go My my last name was was Belgian. It is so To kind of get over there included Belgian. Yeah but I just never have where. Why where have you have. You traveled? Okay Okay but just not you would love it. Definitely on the list It's really just more about like finding the time. Yeah also Kinda thought it might be funny. Goes like a group of people. Yeah my fiance. And I have been traveling a little bit would you? We got engaged in Iceland. Which was WHOA? Did you engage in one of those crazy? Hotels that has like the Like hot pool in the cold winter now by watching too many take talks too much. There's these like Po tells and Iceland that have oh like it's out in the in the open and it's like hot and you go in it. Did you do that do it? But I'm GONNA talk about okay. So how was getting engaged? How did it go without a hitch? Who yeah went without a hitch? Plan I had. I had the ring and it was so funny. My Dad helped me get through Security L. 'cause we were leaving so we went and saw my family for Christmas and in Atlanta and so I had the ring. My mom worked at a jewelry store. Her whole life so clair's so she Ring pop a convenience store by the way So she brought the ring the ring up with her Christmas and showed it to me for the first time. I'd like help design it and everything but I've never seen it in person so families like in on it except for except for my fiance as kind of like. Why are you guys huddling in the room? Yeah she's like talking Shit on me. He's planning to dump me so we had this plan so we're going straight from there to Iceland and we'd always wanted to go dyson coming to do it do it there. Maybe under the northern lights. You know who knows? Yeah Yeah So. I didn't really have a plan but I just knew I wanted to do with their and it turns out. My Dad was leaving the flying out the same time we weren't. I'm I don't WanNa go through security with it Because if it goes off or if they checked my bag like it's GonNa we're GONNA have. Who's The lucky bitch? So I was like. What can we do and he was like. I'll take it. I'll go through. He's can you went through a different line and he was all nervous and we had this really awkward exchange in the middle of the Atlanta airport. Death giving me drew his dad dryers. Lucy looked at us. We're on the escalator. She looked at us and he's got his hand in my coat pocket weird. I would be like all right. Something fucked back in human. I are kind of looking at her. Like Oh my God it. It was a very very tense moment for me because I if she asked me anything. I'm not going to ally. I can't have no clue. I did really says she had an idea or she's an hope. Yeah but personally. I don't think she did really me? I was pretty pretty careful with it. and so we didn't end up doing it on the northern lights but we did it ended up working out. Do It on this This black sand beach who in Iceland? Yeah is hot. Knows Steve Freezing so freezing cold he like. Let's go to the beach. She's like bitch. I am freezing. It's one of those things. It's one of those things like when you go to Iceland's one of the places that you have to see It's kind of almost lists like the touristy list of places to go. It's a black sand beach but you really feel like you're in Mars Mars. The scenery in the atmosphere is like nothing you've ever seen so we were there by ourselves and I was like this is kind of the sun was setting and so it was kind of It was kind of perfect. So what did you do? Just get down in the end. She was just like I actually told her I was like. This is amazing amazing backdrop. She's like yeah she's GonNa kill me so I said Yeah I said you know you gotta go stand over there. I'll get like this amazing. You know Photo of you know you could post it. Whatever so I knew you know skirl. She wants the photo. She's not gonNA turn around a room. I was like very still. Yeah so I just set my book bag up. Fish the ring out how you always have a book bag a really good student way by the way because the thing was. I didn't WANNA leave it in the room right right so I had it with me. 'cause I also didn't have a plan I'll always had with the on me smart And so I set my phone up On the book bag and I just went over there and and gotten and it's all on video Videotaped it video and I didn't even check frame. I was kind of like out of body. It's your asses. It literally looks like someone was standing there. Filming US was perfect. The Sun is setting in the background. People seen the video and they're like Oh my God but I didn't know of course okay. Yeah I didn't plan like it wasn't that plan. It looks beautiful but I didn't plan And she was speechless speechless like she she. She had no idea especially at the time to good moment. Worked out on my God. And when was that that was New Year's Eve A year last. Not this one. We just had he had the last hour. And when are you guys getting married? Do you have a date yet? We don't we haven't had we kinda just taking things day by day. You know it was one of those things where I knew that was the step that WanNa take. Yeah But we're both on the same page as far as like. Let's just take our time and you know that's probably not gonNA do anything extravagant. I love that my husband proposed to me in the bedroom so he was August. Here you go through it at my head. I'm out what does that. Oh hell yeah been great great. Imagine if that's how we propose to me you've been great you're great at Sucking Dick. I gotTa reward for you here. You Go. That's hilarious. Okay so I WANNA get back to the movie because we're talking about romance and stuff like that. We got off track. I mean no. It's good because you're telling me all these stories. You told me some worse which is awesome but I have like a worse for you because when we were shooting. Because we're talking about. I was romantic seven. It's making me think in the film. You got to stay in like a Nicer Hotel you. They put they put all the all the main characters and like a normal. What was it? It was the Maryam's the actors who were there for longer periods. Mary okay the more important ones anyway. So I was like I play. Pam's best friend Brianna and so the only other hotels out that was nearby verse Small Town Very Small Town. Upstate New York was this busted as what was the name of it. Do you remember the name I was GonNa say I wanna say it was just it had columns okay and fucking gi? It looked like the fucking White House I was like. What the fuck it. An indoorsy never went an indoor pool. It was terrifying okay. You're so lucky right. Told me to stay with. It was horrifying okay. So they just started remodeling. The hotel was built in nineteen eighteen. Oldest Shit I walked in. I got their super late at night. I hadn't seen Adena with me. The Co Star. I know so. It had her with me because I'm codependent can't ever be alone and so I get hotel and I'm checking in and everything's fucking rickety and creaky and the guy behind the counter thousand and he's like we have we only have rooms left on the law he's like. No one likes to stay on the third floor and I was like why and he goes. Apparently it's hard to agree already have a fucking anxiety disorder just for six hours to New York with my dog. I'm having several panic attacks like I just been in my relationship with my husband. I'm trying to be cool. Not Call them freaking the fuck out so mike okay. Cool I can handle this They just renovated the hotel just above the third floor and so everything above the third floor looked brand new but of course I get stock. He takes me to my fucking room right and in the fucking security guard takes me to my room which is creepiest. Shit like you guys. Don't have a fucking bellhop. Like what about your? He can't take me to my room. I'm too old so they take me to my room and I opened the door and it's like it's a fucking wooden door. I don't know if you've ever been in like an old house. But you know they have like wooden colonial doors with the with the Glass. Handle the bugging glass hand. The fuck is a glass glass. Handle Talk Open. It's got like the fucking what's the key the keyhole don't know like an actual fucking skeleton key. Not like the fucking little card thing I was. I was in the movie the Skeleton. Anyway so I opened the door. The fucking wallpaper is literally still from nineteen eighteen. It's like a patterned old wallpaper. That's peeling okay. Drew wallpapers peeling. It's like looks like there'd been radiator leaking like I don't know what there's like the furniture is like from one thousand nine hundred eighteen. The bed has posters like the poster bed. Everything's wooden terrible right. So my all my God. I can't believe I have to stay here. I actually called my agent was like I don't want to do this film I'm leaving. I'm not doing this. I was like I'm not trying to get Like abducted bipolar guys. So I think I want to go home. And we're all the blue imminence and I'm not even a diva. I would have been fine right but like it was scary anyway. How good you'RE I. I didn't complain. I didn't complain. I told my agent and then that was it and she was like just stick it out. Be a big girl. I was there for a week and I actually flew home. How through because I didn't want to have four days off? You were like eight to fly myself home because I couldn't stay in the room any longer anyway so I'm in the room. I'm trying to make myself at home right. There's a wooden shell that has like some fucking creepy books from nineteen eighteen on it next to my four poster bed and Nina has her ball and she keeps bringing me her ball. And I'm like unpacking my stuff and I'm just throwing over my shoulder right and she keeps bringing it back and was like okay. Whatever throwing it over my shoulder and then I you know spring from your throat over my shoulder and then I turn around..

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"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

"It seems like this. The sister with the house is very much going like. I don't really want to stay here. Yeah and if that's the case then you should just let your sister know that like. I think you'd be better at a hotel when you come visit. Stay in a hotel. Yeah because she'd be getting towels all the Tulsi warm bed. Why the West five jurors? There's well I don't know what she's she doesn't seem to be offering much. Yeah and and I think it's time that all of you move tord getting off your parents paying for your phone bill as well. Yeah I understand. My parents paid for my phone bill. A little too long your parents pay from one phone bill through this day and I appreciate it but the moment I finally made full financial independence I got married. Phaser pitchman feel real. You feel really good. Yeah Yeah Yeah you do now. Why am if she doesn't look Wi fi is an important porton? Sing for a lot of people's jobs and everything so you need to you know if it was like you're stealing cable that you watched like once in a while like oh there's a show on. HBO That I you know. Watch once in a while. I'm like okay you know steal that. It's a Freebie take it but if it's when you're using every day all day or whatever pay just pay for it. Yeah Yeah I think so you gotta let your sister use it. I think you'll free your mind up. I think you won't be so anxious I don't know if you are but I think you might be. Yeah and then and maybe get wi fi at your house and every once in a while while you're out you need to connect to some xfinity then you can use your free but I just think like entity war. Yeah AH business. Is it part of a rowing through and this is only you have to be a flexible human. If you're going to be able to hold down relationships okay. We have to adapt to one another in this world. The fight the fiber gloss. What is it called micro fiber towel? Yes you know. That's not gonNA gotta fly forever with whoever maybe you you end up with. How good is it gonNA feel? She got herself a big fluffy towel. Yeah I know and now the one thing I think the sisters being a little bit ridiculous about the bathroom. No that's the thing that's when I'm like if she wants certain things but but then not yeah I do have to step back and go well. She also doesn't you know there's no towel for right so she needs bathrobe is a is a step too. Far seems reasonable until bathroom bathrobe. You Sister Yeah Yeah I personally can. She can towel is it is for the guests all all of them. Yes it's if you were a guest in someone's house near like here my guest bathrobe you'll be like yeah well unless it was white and you bleached it out every time you know and it was a nice. I need to get a new. I love my bathroom but I went into getting right over there a man. Oh No. That's my today because I've got my big jacket on good well. I hope that helped. Please really fun I a give and thank you for writing. I know we haven't got into this yet. But so where can people listen to cut and run audible cut and run. It's there it's I am an ardent audible subscriber. You can just listen to it. It's it It's an option for you and if you aren't an uncle. Subscriber Cohen Subscribe to a Free Week Week. Or something you got or you probably have free week code somewhere over that. That willing- goes out to tearing Teheran's said he he doesn't like that we haven't been using the word P- road lately for Promo Code. Oh Yeah trademark demand Lund. Yes Pro Diop Promo Code but I told him well. We haven't been asked to do any adds a couple months in this episode. You've done your God so Ben. Do you want people to follow you on twitter. Oh yeah because you to good good tweets like the one with the guy that one from before that I said. Yeah Ben acker is is my name my twitter handle is be NAACP KTAR because different got the one with Ian it really. What's going on? I just I'm I have to it along each now. Just y you put in your earrings rings. Earrings Beckham serious. She's running she's running. You have to cut and run though. Oh okay well you can listen to us. 'cause you already are and then you can tell a friend. Join our patriotic for a little for as little as a dollar a month Macho ultra maximum the maximum billion dollars. No no no no no. We don't want we're not being greedy and then you can You can email us. That's your dear. Big Ones your big big ones at the podcasts at shemale dot Com tweet us at the big ones Pod Ben. Thank you so much for being on. Did you have a good time. I feel like did you have a good time with me. We had the time. You're a great Gus Improv. He's fishing fisher. Was Fishermen van. Look at him on his little boat. Hello to catch any compliments yet I did. I wasn't worried. No I know giving you you gave us quality quality. Entertainment gave it to US heart. You gave it to us like a sex Romo yes you did yes you did. They gave it to us like an art to double Ds. Aren't you double D to All right guys. Thanks so much for listening to the.

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"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Kosta thing no yeah you guys are Joe Dawson Me Jolly do. We're playing with your jollies. We'll be right back. Actually we do need to before we take a break. We have to do our ask. So this is one. We demand that at our listeners rate review give us five stars Leave a comment. Tell your friends about the podcast and join our patriotic but we always have our guests can help you can help so you guys let me just set the scene. So Ben Acker. How Taller you? I'm six six six finally. Oh my extra. This guy is has a commanding presence. Thank you so. Let's hear you demand what you need. You know you need to join us. This has been anchor. Speaking for the pitcher came. Why don't you go ahead and do us? A solid rate subscribe review. You give it to five star treatment the Aereos any Aereos podcast but especially this one big ones. It's guys it would mean a lot to us over here in the In the patriarchy. If you adjust five-star positive review thumbs up Tell your friends your enemy your family at Thanksgiving instead of talking about whatever talk about this a couple months away bad and that's like this Maybe you're there for an Easter shore. Hit Her dinner buffet. Buffet Dinner Buffet. Whatever it is whatever average day Christian event that you have with your family instead of talking about the government more the The library? Yeah I talk about the library a lot to be honest with my family just anyone who will listen. Go worker the library. No but well we have work to the library. But I'm there. There is nothing. I'm more passionate about telling people that they don't need to pay for e books or audible books. HOOPLA HOOPLA overdrive There's one other one that I use. Sometimes it's all free. It's all free if you're anything like Maria out to get free content. That's all I do. You'll love this podcast that you're listening to let us know that you could give it all or two on a pellet on patriotic beyond you don't have to pay values on the Patriots Fan you're hurt. You're hurting them. Because get rid of pay pal. We're now let me chime in here because we've gotten some reviews garden some yes and they just wrote in great great great chicken tender. It's five stars. Shannon Hayes of Hollywood handbook are the boys. Amanda and Maria are the girls of podcasting. They work so well together. And you can't help but feeling like you're hanging hanging out with friends. That's so nice now. This this is one from Bev. Means e My favorite podcast blessed humor in Amanda for consistently putting out content of such high quality. Your report is hilarious and your discussions get me thinking thing about things I would never have otherwise pondered. I'm in a bit of a Rut right now but this podcast has helped me not feel so alone and for that I thank you well. Isn't that Nice now. Do you guys go by Marina. Amanda or Amanda Nria or doesn't matter just whatever anyone Maurienne Amanda. I think it's Marine Amanda. Well in our little mystery mystery show each to do on Youtube. Our theme song was our mind. Name's Amanda or my news. Maria in my name's Amanda I've God panda and I'd like to see the Marine Amanda. The Brand Amanda the Marine. Amanda Show Little Mysteries Cause I'm angry that you're not millionaires with a thing like that. Yeah we made that. Ah Bunk that you're not no it's crazy all know it's we're going to the van Goghs of our time we're we'll die and all of a sudden that theme song we'll see we'll top the chart. Yeah and then people will applaud us and and then our our family members will get all our money. Well yeah our estates. They'll have impersonators of us at Universal Studios. Hollywood it's not Florida. Oh No no no as Van Goghs is that you're like is there a tie in areas smart That's good branding. If there's nothing else it's that we can brand baby brand beatty Brad Disco Inferno you know you got to okay boy. Those Hollywood handbook guys are the boys or girls. Okay so we'll be back after this quick break whereabouts. What I know it was a quick break? I know okay. Are you ready and this is where we go crazy. We've got an Oscar worthy big one today. I don't think it is. It didn't get any arms. There is some buzz is. It's not it was it was all done glow okay. This is a golden globe level. Big One okay. Are we already yes offers you are. Okay okay okay okay the second go to your dark place yes Sarah Go. You have just learned that your beloved beloved grandmother has been diagnosed with.

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"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Or like a cantaloupe or a dry have an artificial hand. That's not cheating but that stuff now because it doesn't have a face ooh vegetarian cheating prostitute is something is is someone. Sorry I know it's twenty sex worker. It's twenty twenty. No but it's someone is someone that you hey for right they're not you're not treating them as quote unquote a human being. You're treating them as something you buy. It's like a transaction a transaction. Okay but that's okay. No that's bad that's as bad as the robot so you're saying a robot is basically a prostitute a sex worker. We'll all the robots in my house our Marine in here Roomba my room. Very what are we learning. I think it is cheating because especially if the robot looks human robot it looks like your partner and your town. Oh been no no. We don't hold on hold on hold on. Does this robot that looks. It's like my partner talk and act like my partner urges it just look like my partner which which which neither neither the. I'm asking what the robot in your mind is in my mind. Your partner has programmed it for you as a gift. Oh well then you're in an open. Relationship is an open relationship now. I know there's always some women out there who would say yes absolutely absolutely because I've got a headache I don't feel like having sex can just let my robot do it. And he's getting the same. You know probably better. So yeah. She's buying more fun no she's probably doing more than wait. Are you making a robot of you for your partner. Yeah A- and I say you know you're okay with that if if there's not seen by now I think any time there's a consent nine and then co like a conversation between the couple of like. Hey I'm going to have sex with his robot sometimes then it's not cheating then it's totally fine absolutely nothing wrong with that but I walked walked in and my partner was having sex with an Amanda Robot. I'd go I'd shoot them both shoot myself. What what if that answers? It's about concern is right and I do think as long as it's everybody's well it's not cheating if everyone's cool with it but it's a bigger question here is it's not that your partner made this robot for you. Whatever it's okay you're out of town and there's a robot saying hey hey baby come yeah? Hey big boy beep beep off. Let's get it let's get crazy BEBOP BEBOP And then okay simpler what if into. Rtd to beeps and boobs only and it doesn't ever face and it's just beep some boobs sure and it's just like it's just like a little like cylinder then then it's like a vibrator essentially like I am and I don't think using I think a robot that you're describing is like in place of a human whereas or the the robots that I think that are two D- Two type thing is just something for sexual pleasure. I think like I don't think there's anything wrong with like using sex toys but I think it's weird earlier. He said it was essential and I started. But I do think if it's like something that could Maria saying substituted human. I also the more probably the more you're having sex with like a robot or something of the like the less you're going it needs to have sex with your partner and I think that could be detrimental to a relationship unless you wanted to integrate the robot into like a three song or just a house guest it just signed. There's nothing brings together more than a than a nosy houseguests duprey. Yeah then I mean you you me and duprey free free movie. It was about sex right it was I think that robots with faces or whatever are and I think you're getting something whether you like it or not coming emotional reaction to that thing but if fits something without a face that it's just purely all right. I got I got when I needed. You know what I'm saying it. Has this helped you figure out what you're going to do. I'm not gonNA build the robots what do you think. What do you think Ben? I'm not an committed really it Yeah it depends on Consent agreements. I think okay but there's no agreement and an RTD to comes up to you but it's sexy art three D. R. to double D to talk to nuts then then if it's a sexy opportunity due to look it's whistle is a little higher. I think I respect my significant other too much to heart for that. Why still something? That's trying to tempt you and you know it's wrong. Yes of course but that's affairs. Don't don't pay no Charlton. Well actually I've never seen Hamilton anyway. Affairs don't Japan. I is that a song from Hamilton. It is the subject of a song. It's a yeah it's like wait. Have you seen my loved.

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"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Big Ones

"In production would I kill my own baby to save a village and I go back in time and killed in what I take the promotion at work with strings attached. I eat muffins for the rest of my life. If it meant I didn't have to. Would I have Satan's child. Hi everyone and welcome to the big ones each week. We discussed new ethical questions ranging from historical decisions to relationship problems to brain. Busting moral choices. That questions can be complicated discuss. But they're always fun to talk about because as they force you to look deep deep deep with inside yourself. Will you like what you see Ban Aker yes I do I do to impress you. Guys Know Ben because He created the podcast. Well that's what he was saying. He's narrative fiction podcast. Yeah Yeah woman not alone not alone. You had a friend. We had friends. You can't change the world alone. I mean an army of people behind you. That's so true Maria. Thank you per se but they but you guys know Ben Acker as one of the creators of thrilling adventure hour. He's a friend of this pod. He's a friend of ours he is and he's a mentor. What yes you are friend and mentor or both the band because the band blocker he's been on the pod You guys are podcast slash. Writing mentors loses news breaking news alert alert extra alert alert alert. What do you say That's amazing thank you guys have been doing for. We've been doing. Yeah well no because you guys like get stuff done you know you. Just you and Ben have the best work ethic thing. I've ever seen the hardest working people who don't have jobs. Okay so Amanda and I are like the M- the most like kind of working people pull that don't have jobs. Maybe we we work a lot but a some of it never gets finished. Winston wants to. That's because no one's asking for it. I mean you can't you can't you know dot your I's cross your T.'s. When no one's asking for the for the papers Um can't you just meant to you a little bit okay. Totally this is Marie is loser. Story is rearing she has got. I know my therapist said it. Sounds like your friend. Maria has got a loser story. I thought when you have said it to me you said you and your friend Maria but now I know he was talking about me. Well it's changed in my head over time I've taken myself out of the equation Persona saying oh I see the her public persona Ben. Now how do you make money in Hollywood. Well it seems to me you go by Chris be me your raw handsome Kind of funny to you. Go by Chris Chris. Chris is out there for the observational locality. There's another part of your stand up routine Chris. Chunk your sit down five on cruises. One of my most popular tweets leads on twitter. Dot Com is about how James Marston is an outlier for being the only Chris to be named James That's good that's really good. Got How many more and how did you get paid for that. Tweet six-team bitcoin. How do you make make a living at being a Hollywood writer and podcast are given some gift Maria some? Maybe she'll listen to she he doesn't need. It was a Gotcha podcasts. Gotcha girl. That's our slogan we got you girl. Oh gotcha girl yeah. So that's when you do something thank to help someone out and you don't make them feel bad about it and you go. I got you girl Nice. I kill switch over to audible. and You make an audible original occult cotton run. That came out today. I don't know in the coming out Tuesday and this is why they look. This isn't live. We're not live streaming this party now. Lung how seamless that was and that's why they're paying you the big bucks because we've just tripped right into that plug into a plug. So let's talk about this. So it's it's an audible fiction series it's an audible original. It comes all at once a series that you will hear part of and then wait. Wait here another partner. You just got slapped in the face. Sheila meal series. I think the thing is that she. She didn't always search. We are not yet seriously. You can't binge it for you can't i. I can't play both sides. You're both right so it's a movie what what is do you have youtube floors Youtube Google audible and then over to the audible website. And then listen to it correct with you when we start recording. Where record we're recording? We've been recording for the last three hour days. So you've always ben give us line the log line is about. I'm not going to be a Hollywood funny. I'm just wrapping. Tell you what it's about about two best friends who happen to be kidney thieves and how ocupation plays a holy hell on their social lives their relationships amazing. And so we had you Eugene Cordeiro on the big winds. Wasn't he a wonderful guy. He was so great. He's in the series May Ryan's in it. Yes you gene and Meg Ryan did you meet. May I did not meet her. She was in the Cape but she recorded remotely and I was on the phone. Time on the SKYPE session. was she in the bathtub when she was recording. Because that's how I imagine it probably shoes right. Oh can I tell you. Like she like the very first thing when she was like a to be a narrator or and we know we want you to be Meg Ryan. Ah like in fact. Let's change the line from Albania to I will be Meg Ryan your narrator. And she said Okay so my writing partner and I then blacker Ben acker those names not an order order. A lot of people think that they're ridiculous names because of how they are similar Meg Ryan said the best. Anyone has ever set them. She said them like Ben acker little after voice acting like Oh this is ridiculous but she enjoyed it was so everything was great great. She's still got. It does the Cape for God's sakes it does she live in the Cape She was just there at the time on vacation. And so you send someone to her to record her or did she pop into some from local mom and pop recordings and can you imagine just her coming in with our law say sitting down maybe getting a crab in special for lunch. What's crowd especially like Crab Salad? Yeah like seafood. Louis Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's org that's more west coast that it would be when this is something. Actually you're writing partner Fed me when I went to Cape Cod. No isn't a level. They did take me get lobster rolls but That was in the crab crab no it was like some sort of like stuffing with crowds shell. That's what the chefs making in the Little Mermaid where he stuffs those crabs. Yes what the heck was type song so Aben cut and run if out today on audible dot com. Check it out and you can get it for free if you have an audible subscription for. Hello you've been over the all star. Cast we have Sam Richardson and Darcy Carton. Rachel Bloom and Thomas Lennon Liar. Liar sick sick. A Alec Guinness isn't it. Oh my God and those were live but I I know because I was I was like maybe who am I to say at this point. The first five people you said are actually in an meg. Ryan's is literally in it now. bigly junior I want to know though does your therapists say I was a loser. Are we both loser no the therapists said the US. I sounds like you and your friend. Maria have a loser story but did he really said it. Sounds like you're hanging out with some loser named Maya he said this is some clinical term. He's coined it's when and you have. You're not a loser but you have a loser story that you how you present yourself a loser story or she's telling the world the world's world's loser store even though she's not a loser because we had very successful careers okay but who wants to know anyone who presents themselves as a winner. That's Ah I mean I think a lot of people think that's attractive. What do you think do you think it's I think especially for women? It's not necessarily helpful to have a loser. Story should monetize podcasting maybe flip it like we need this podcast. Networks worth a couple million dollars at at this point holding out. We're holding out. We've had offers court. We've had a couple offers from some time. A bunch of people who are like do you think you and now they're going to let it go there's a line of Silicon Valley Zuckerberg's out there in a stay hidden invented areas. And they didn't we are sitting on a gold mine with your Ios but anyway cut him run time. Check it out check it out now. Let's get to chicken out. That's that's that's how you get to listen to you. What are you scared? Oh dairy insperity chicken. Here's somebody listen to the audible series cut Enron then rate it on itunes. It can you do that. Is there like a little. I mean we're happy to do some cross Promo for you guys. If you WANNA send us a trailer though it would be a good idea. And then maybe Meg Ryan could plug plug us. Yeah you scratch our vet. So do you have a little bit when you want to talk about. Today I brought to and and I thought I would see which one I'll give you a vague Indication of the direction of each of them. And you can vote and there's no way the swollen okay. One is good if you are a crime. Kingpin and one applies more. If you're in a committed relationship Shen committed related relationship. Is it cheating. Yes if you have sex with a robot. This isn't little Ben. This is like a huge notes. A little robot. Oh you should hear the other ones. That was really ethically complex is it. She what okay. What level of robots a perfect like? They look no one can evaluate anything. Y- Yes yes I really do. It's a real you can turn it often throat matter. I think it's cheating to have sex with anything other than yourself. Masturbation isn't cheating but having having sex no mass rations. Great totally supportive if you're looking in the mirror because then you're gutter on you but like having Having sex with other stuff is cheating.

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"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"It's I mean you can't beat the weather. Obviously and yeah they they do a great job on. I think I mean like like it's actually Joseph the most of his horses train here and I know good ones train here and we've had some good ones this year to roll. He's he was on the show with me last week on our equine forum show show and So happy for Saffy. Yeah me too. That was all the biggest day. Three three state Clinton's yeah and then come to find out like two days later. It was his birthday and I was like. Oh man how old is happy. He's like thirty two or three three. Like what yeah. He's just a kid. Did you ever tell you. He trained a triple crown winner. Yeah no but I think I knew that thinking you that Yep yep talking with Scott Aker here on trainer talk doc presented by Phasing Tipton. All right so you've worked with all of the notable trainers we've talked about but if you can hang out with one trainer in the sport for a full day and just be around on them and watch them and talk to them and ask them anything you wanted to ask them. Scott what trainer would it be. Probably luth yeah. Yeah Yeah I think so I mean I I I for some reason I catch myself any article. That Lucas's in I always read it anytime I hear an interview. Lucas I when we listen to it like he's just got away with words which I kinda wish I envy just the way. He says things and his demeanor and everything I realized that and when I was a kid he he was the man. So it's kind of like. Yeah you'd probably be definitely the bad guy. Yeah he's one of my favorite interviews guys guys like him and Yeah Baffert in Todd and you know the top trainers in the sport. Yeah baffert very good. Well Yeah I mean they start talking the man. I don't even WANNA and ask a question. I just want to sit back and listen because there's so many good sound bites and and so much they can. They can tell you if you're talking. You're not listening right. Yeah Yeh Ah Yeah while what. What question would you think you'd ask Wayne if you could if you could have one question to ask him? What do you think it would be How do you lose how to lose? Well if that makes any sense like we're in a sport where if you're a betting twenty five percent that's good so you're losing seventy five percent of the time so basically you got to be a good loser and you know I don't know how that's Kinda sounds dumb. I guess in a way but it's the reality of it. Yeah they might run good but you lose a lot of the time so how do you how do you keep yourself going. How do you keep your head? Hi How do you what do you do to keep trying to get better. Basically is that hardly blue skies. Is that difficult to do Yes sometimes yeah I I think so because kind of like you put too much pressure on yourself and that's not healthy. It's not good and it's that's where that negative energy part. That's what you don't want that like. That's where I think Dave is good like all right back to the drawing board. Let's let's get him next time. You know what I mean and and I liked that part. That's cool. Lucas has done it for a long time and he still doesn't i. Yeah I love the Pictures Green Brilliant. He's absolutely brilliant And so many so many things with that wealth of knowledge that he could share with any trainer any young trainer this getting involved all year. How about you if a young trainer comes up to Scott ACKER and says hey I want I want to try doing this for a living? What do you tell Good luck I mean. Yeah if if they're saying that they probably they probably already know. Hopefully they know what goes what it entails and what you need and what kind of passion and work ethic be a lot work. I think you need to that goes into it so this day and then you can say and I like that too. I never I like all the trainers to win it. It doesn't really bother me. I don't have like favorite trainers. I keep people all the time. Oh I hope he doesn't win. I mean they're they're working just like we are. Yeah yes says that. Like athletes were trainers. Don't have archrivals necessarily well. There are some I mean. Don't get me wrong. When especially in the claiming game you know what I mean or owners switched their horses that trainer and stuff like that? Now maybe if that happens I'm not gonNA slap my leg super hard and hope that they get home but yeah I mean it is what it is. They're just trying to make a living and do the best they can listen. We're just about out of time but one minute left. I've got a wrap. Wrap it up so really want to thank you for taking the time here on trainer talk tonight been a delight to hear your story really enjoyable visit and all.

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"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Horse. Racing Radio Network also has Sarasota boy shot now into a joint second. Try to run home from the back. Hefei hey grandes outside mountain tree the quarter of a mile off to go. It's Sarah SORTA boy who gets I run to take the lead. Mr Impressive traffic kick back for a little bit more. Second Second. Three clarify brumby third of a mile from home. It's Sarasota boy later. Sarasota boy by two and a half mountain tree down the centre with heavy GRANDBA- MR impressive impressive. But if you back the fifteen to one shot Sarasota boy you can go collect Sarasota by two and a half boundaries. second-half eight grammy third. Mr Impressive Fourth North Close for fifth ought to get even hung. Welcome back to trainer talk presented by Phasing Tipton here on the horse racing radio network. Mike Pana in our Jimmy Johns of Lexington Broadcast Studios and that was with the call of race number one at Gulfstream Park back on December. Six Huge Win for Sarasota era soda boy and for our special guest on the program tonight. He is trainer. Scott Aker that was his first career victory in the first of many more to come. No doubt I'm going to get back with Scott here in just a second but want to remind you that if you are just joining us and you missed any portion of the show for whatever reason head over to our website. That's horse racing. Racing radio DOT net. You can check out a podcast of this show. All of our trainer talk shows and all of our programs for that matter. You can do that at your leisure horse racing. Radio Dot Net and horse racing radio network on Apple podcasts and other way that you can access the programs if you miss them lives but Yeah what a win for. Scott Aker. Are we talked about it. Right off the bat in the first half of the program and He said he didn't bet on it. But well that's okay. Maybe his parents did because they're big fans of evolve horses to Scott. Welcome to the program and thank you for having me That little call right there has to bring back some good memories Yeah it Kinda gave me goosebumps again. I don't know why but I guess it's the passion. Will you go back and watch the race. Have you done that my God yeah yeah absolutely. If he had lost I would watch the replay twenty times. How many times have you washed it now? This one I I mean only a few times I don't I don't WanNa keep critiquing too much and downgrading it so what would you. That's interesting. What would you be looking for if he got beat? What are you looking for when you watch that? Replay so many times. Well how did he get that. I get him be the weekend himself. beat the Jockey get in trouble you know just all those all those kind of variables and then see. We have to do to get ready for the next start. And like I said I mean I. I've been around a Lotta guys now and I've learned some things like there's winning and race and then there's winning the race the right way and winning like a good race and that was a good one like I said before but but so he's got a lot he's still got a lot to learn he's he's still green and Kinda shy and stuff like that. So we've been working on other things now totally for the next star it'll be a little bit more mature. How does the trainer know from watching the replay? If you were the one that got the horse be and not jockey not the circumstances of the race. I say that meaning you know the where the unfit did he was moving fluidly soundly. You know naturally everything but everything then good was there too much. blinker was no blinkers or was wrong. Bit Tongue tied to this all the equipment things like that. Wow How do you keep from second guessing yourself. It's not easy but yeah you get used to it I think. Yeah but that's the thing I mean again. They're just they're living breathing animals and not all the same so they all require different types of equipment and attention and training or at least. That's how I go about it. Yeah you told me in the first half of the program that it was special emotional for you. Not just for the horse not just for you as a trainer but because of the Owners that those were owners that had horses in maybe still do. I don't know with David Fox. And they gave you an opportunity with some of their horses. so tell me a little more about that relationship. Yeah that those guys were really good and I mean thanks to Dave two. I actually went when I worked for Dave I went out. I was like second-string guy. I was a mom if I was in Keeneland Kentucky and goes those particular owners had caliber forces that and more Kentucky reds also. They had those horses that we're gonNA that needed to be Churchill. So I got to really get to know them more one on one because I was there and Dave had big string stone before I mean he come up and back and forth. But you know you get to build a relationship with owners like that because you're in control every day and you're the one that gets to talk to them and tell them other horses are doing. I guess Mr Macartney does he likes the way that I took care of his voices and they all ran pretty good too so sit anytime I go on my own. You would definitely get a chance and got he did. Yeah yeah another Sarasota boy and you also train Sarasota girl. Is that right correct. Okay all right same ownership. That went up saving. Okay are all three of your horses given to you by the same ownership Two of them and then the other one is not okay. All right. Do you ever see yourself south owning some of the horses that you train like your grandfather did. Oh absolutely yeah Actually I've I've been spit. balling around trying to like not a major syndicate indicate. Something small couple of my friends are now. You've obviously you've heard of always dreaming The son of Anthony. It is a good friend of mine and actually got to know him. He was working on at the track at the time and he laughed and he's become a lawyer he's got himself kind of situated and we were talking talking about. Maybe you know just a few about getting in starting a little stable again payment a few. So it's it's more fun. It's a lot of fun you know when your friends and stuff like that went. I'm too. Yeah that's that's a good point. How how how does a trainer go about building up their stable? You said you're happy with three right now now. But you'd be happy if he had three hundred. So what's your approach. How do you get set to build up the stable? You just keep presenting yourself. I think in in and I mean your horses. Are Your Business Card for lack of better words. You know what I mean like they see your let's reflection of yourself. They do good or they look good. You know you never know who you're going to catch owner you're gonNA run into and then like well you know I like what you do and that's really how it gets going. I think and not to put too much pressure on myself to make that happen. I mean you gotta put yourself out there but you can't make things happen related. How about social social media or websites do include much of that in terms of trying to get your name out there? I do try. I do try yeah FACEBOOK book INSTAGRAM twitter. Yeah but I don't have a website yet and You know like when I won the race I was so excited. The guys like what's your twitter handle and I'm like I don't even know I couldn't. I was so excited but yeah I've gotten into that a little bit more. Obviously that helps a lot. I mean I have accurate racing stables and hopefully I meet the right people sooner or later. That's what it's accurate racing stables on twitter I think yeah on twitter. Okay all right. We'll have you know tens of thousands of people following you now. That'd we ought to have you get one. Let me know that would be a positive. We'll start building slowly so let's get okay there you go. We're talking to Scott ACKER. Who is our special guest here on trainer talk presented by Faiza tipped in here? This evening. tell me about your time with David Fox. What was that like? That was fun. It was fun. You know Probably more so because started in Florida and this is I love Florida. I don't know why maybe it's just the sun. There's something about Florida I don't I love it here so I was really excited to work for them. Could use a florida-based guy and I knew I'd be always be here. And then of course I Komo Hamas which is a very awesome meet. It's very a lot of fun and they really cool guy like again. He's kind of like contests I mean. He's successful. He knows what he doesn't hire people that he just to hire them like he. You know retiring so all the assistance. We very very competent everything so he was a lot of fun in offensive. Like you Kinda let you do a lot of things like you're there. You're the one that has you make I call on that stuff so we eat kinda threw you in there so I was like training without training under my name. You know what I mean. Yeah was his daughter. Natalie there at the time to She you actually my I think my last year she was just starting to kind of get full time on the track. Okay but she like showing horses and she. She had another horse thing that she'd been doing for. I don't know how yes she was on. That program is fantastic. When she was she was on the show Yet Natalie Great. What years were you a David? Oh I think my last year was fourteen thirteen. So were you there with the the sheer drama. The days I that actually I one. I took John MMA to Maryland and she wanted. I stake of her life. One hundred thousand dollar steak the Trevor McCarthy and After that Dave and I I she went to the farm and I went to New York and started started working there again. Yeah he had some great horses run. I mean he had do commission Bahamian squad our cool that one. Yeah do mischief do. Yeah yeah that was really meet. Meet me or very very like the personality David Oranges the horse Medicare ed oranges Dave. Eating grapes eighty grapes or whatever. It was hysterical..

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"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"acker" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I and please join me in welcoming. Tonight's guest on trainer talk that is trainer. Scott Aker Scott Welcome to the program. Yes thank you yeah career. Yeah looking forward to the visit looking forward to hearing your story but let's not bury the lead. Let's start with that huge win December six. Congratulations thank thank you. Yeah that was awesome. How cool is that it was? It was special. Ed really was more so I mean it was my first but it was also the horses. I and I've I've been with horse and she came from the farm so very gratifying when they win like that bird. Where'd you watch the race rate at the wire actually I DIDN'T I. I never usually do that usually go to a TV off in the corner. But I was like no and I mean I want to be right out here I WANNA see alive. So how about the moments before the race coming into the paddock. The hours before the race were you. Were you nervous. Did you have time to be nervous. You know what I guess. That's where my experience comes into play. I've work for so many people like you had already mentioned that. Yeah obviously you're always nervous no matter what kind of race it is. Or what's the whole situation is but no. I was pretty confident. Ah He'd been training so much better and The writer knew him at that time. Pretty well so I knew we were going in on a better better than we had in the last few times. Put me there with you next to the wire as you mentioned. We're standing there together. What am I going to see when I'm watching Scott Aker Watch this race Eh flapping flapping my life pretty hard trying to find the time to act professionally not make too much of a scene? I mean you just can't help yourself so exciting. I don't care who you are so much fun. All right so when he finally you finally realize he's the winner. How about that moment? What's what's that moment for trainer that was I mean? Of course it was my first time as trainer so it was really it was really special. astle I mean I was pretty well up inside when I'm like okay gotTa take it easy and I was just more happy. It was so it was a big team effort. If you will the owner he used to be with Dave Fox. He gave me an opportunity which was awesome. So He's stuck by me the writer fanny. She's comes and gets on them all the time and she she knew him so it was a big big. A lot of teamwork that went into it was really fun. You mentioned trying to be reserved and professional. I don't know if I could do that. Man I think all that would go go out the window if I'm if I'm a trainer never trained a horse but if my horse wins I win my first race. I think you've got to let it out. I know I was excited. Don't get me wrong but yeah I don't know there's something that's been kind of. My grandfather was like that too. He's like you know. Just keep cool. Always keep. Keep your composure. So it was in the back of my mind and I just WanNa make sure you know that way to keep your composure. You can do your job appropriately. You know go out to the track. Watch the worst. Comeback Jogged Back Great. He looked great. He was happy. Everything was great and it wasn't like you had to sweat out a photo. Finish Sarasota Bono. No no that's what family and I talked about in the beginning of the race because he's it's still very very green. I mean he was. He was on the wrong lead on the air and still won't buy three so I was very excited about it but still wasn't the right way yet. We still learning and I think we're GONNA have to use them at some point in the race. Obviously but let's not. Let's try to use them early in the race. Jack even get better position. Jackie Fanny Olsen of course referring to Why was she such a good fit? You said she had been on them and knew the horse. Why was she such a good fit? You know like I I saw that horse crew. And he's always had pretty strong writers on him because he's a pretty you know burly kind of coal and it was almost like the exact opposite of what he wanted. Fanny you know. Obviously the woman. And she's got very light in Nice hands and she does more more working with them and coaxing him rather than trying to like make him. Do you know what I mean. She loved to be his idea. It's been working out great. Yeah it's outstanding and what a moment for you and I know there's more to come. That's just the the beginning salute. I hope yeah. Did you bet on them at fifteen to one no sir absolutely not. I'm so superstitious with that I cannot about my own okay. Well you have my phone number now so next time you send out. Horses live at fifteen to one. Expect a text. Let's clarify by this to that. Was Not your first starter. You had there was actually your seventh starter in your career Your first started July. Twenty first at Gulfstream. Take me back to that day. When you're saddling the first horse in your name and you know that this is your operation? What was that day lap for you? Scott Boras more nerve racking than than the than the rape actually thought I had a real Janssen. Just want everything to go right. You don't want any hiccups you don't want any mishaps want them you know get around there. Hopefully put forth their best effort it and come back safe and sound everybody all hours in the race so and that we did the compass that and that was that was actually fun too even though she didn't finish very well but it was still pretty gratifying actually reached that point. Finally yea really special and In again congratulations on that. That huge win a huge day at Gulfstream Park. And we'll look forward to seeing your name and your pictures in the winner's circle much more often moving forward. Let's go back to the beginning. Here's Scott I told I. Did this show focuses so much on you in how you got started and being around horses for the first time I mentioned income from a racing family so take me back to the very beginning beginning in your childhood and being around horse. Racing and around. Horses Well Yeah you're right from finger lakes. My grandfather actually trains horses sources and ironically enough. He's the only one that does anything with the horses and in our family so even my own mom she was. Why don't you try something doing something else? And I was always is getting on my bike and I only live like a mile down the road so I ride over there or grant my grandpa come pick me up as often as possible and I just love being at the track it was. It was awesome and I knew fairly young. That's what I wanted to do and I think I was pretty fortunate because my grandfather was a trainer so he didn't you know he let things happen in evolve all instead of like making you do things and in putting a sour taste in your mouth but he always left the door open he said the track always GonNa be there. You can always try something else but I just know not the chance you'd ever wanted to do anything else no I. I don't know why I love the horses. What other things did you try? I know that you had to try a few other things. Thanks you know what I tried. One time is The golf course. what do you call it I mean what they call it. We drive around the golf carts. Yeah sure yes. I tried that for like a month and I was like no. I'm sorry I can't do wait a minute to get my parents. That's the job you ever had outside a racing racing. Wow it isn't an incredible the way that when this sport gets into your blood like that I mean I took a break I I was working at thoroughbred times which is now no longer in business. I left there. Did things outside of racing for a very short period. But I had to get back involved and do something with the sport in some couldn't be away from it. I mean it's the horses and the people that are brings around to. I mean not just saying the owners. Just you're pretty tight knit family in the sense like race it's pretty close circuit giving neither rates in community. I think personally and you don't even have to be born in it. That's why it's it's such a cool sport to like. I know I feel like I'm privileged because I was but I've seen people walk on the track not like it but a lot of fall in love with it and I mean they just they never back either. It's amazing yeah. Yeah but you said blood. And that's it gets in your blood goodbye so your parents were they a big fan of you. Being involved called the sport and working in the Industry Oh absolutely yeah they They've always them had my back in anything done and I actually. I left home as soon as I graduated. High school laughed. I couldn't wait to go the other tracks and other horses and all that other stuff and they never never tried to stop me they let me do whatever now actually actually they just left a few days ago. They came down here and they love going to Boston Park so I'm sure he didn't do it more to will they bet on the horses that you train. Yeah absolutely I mean couple bucks here and there you know but still they get a big kick out of it. It's great talking with trainer. Scott Aker here on trainer talk presented by Phase Tipton as you heard just getting started with his training career. We're going to talk about his time with Gary Contessa in his time with David Fox they were obviously a major influence influence. But you mentioned your grandfather Edward. He was obviously a major influence to tell me more about him and his training operation and and being around his operation as a kid. It was You know it was a lot to take in because again it's your grandfather. It's your family. So you're expected to do better than most host so you always kinda more under the gun than everybody else but it was good for you. Good experience to grow up under like that. He was a good Very very good caretaker of resources like you know they all got rushed off to them. I mean baby oil noses that kind of stuff like every day just no. It's not walking there to slap on bandages. Even everything was very particular and you had a certain way of doing things and seem seem to work for me to so and then as as I moved on I went to a bigger barnes and you learn you know more of how to run a business more so than just the actual caring caring part. Where did your grandfather trained finger lakes strictly finger lengths? I think he'd ship around here and there but yeah finger lakes. He's still there. Is He really why I noticed when you when you look them up on Echo. Base's shows that he settled well two hundred and thirty five winners in his career and You know he's had several horses that earned upwards of forty thousand dollars. Is that kind of his sweet sweet spot where he's been able to make his living yes absolutely and he owned most of them to which was the cool thing so like that was all sometimes sometimes stressful but very Gratifying when when he did well. So that was it was good. He Yeah he never wanted to get super big. He just kept a handful of horses where he can manage Ranjit. I mean he owns horses now still to this day. He just obviously can't keep training.

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Vitamin E acetate linked to recent vaping illnesses

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Vitamin E acetate linked to recent vaping illnesses

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America's Relationship with Meat

The Four Top

09:33 min | 1 year ago

America's Relationship with Meat

"We are going to discuss discuss America's relationship with meat. What does it actually like to slaughter an animal? And how do you define the term grass-fed and we also explore are the double. Aarp of the food world otherwise known as mature beef but first. Let's meet our panelists. Lynn Curry author of the book. Pure beef if you just flew in from ranch country. Welcome thanks gathering and John Shabelle is a butcher and owner at pasture pediatrics. X A whole animal butchery. Welcome thank you. And Chemist Davis is founder of the Portland meet collective and the Good Meat Project and author of the Book Book Killing it. Welcome thanks all right. Well let's dig in and just get right into the blood and Gore. We'll start with that Most Americans eat meat every day without ever having seen where it comes from. Chemist Davis the title of. Your book is killing it so I wanted to ask you. Have you ever slaughtered slaughtered in animal or witnessed the slaughter of animal. And what is that like I've done both and it's interesting that you use the word Gore because us. I think that a lot of us who haven't witnessed slaughter assume that that's exactly what it is. I would say watching Coyote etta eat a cow always probably way more gory than most of the slaughter that I've witnessed or taken part in which is not to say that there's a lot of methods of slaughter that are not great and and Ken Go terribly wrong and do involve Gore but in my experience witnessing what we now call humane slaughter. It's fast. It's efficient a lot of people like to say the animal has one bed bad day. I wouldn't say it's a bad day. It's more like a bad second or for two it's peaceful and For me there's been a real sense of reverence that surprises me almost every the time that I take part in the slaughter or even witnesses slaughter or whether it's at a slaughterhouse or on a farm or in a backyard and I think in some ways that references references maybe what we're afraid of because it's complex it's It's not a easy easy reduced. Black or white feeling. Yeah you have when you take part. In the slaughter actually feel like you're part of something elemental and important And you kind of you re realize is or you realize for the first time that you really can't have life without death death as part of our everyday experience in many ways we've just chosen to I do not think about it or not. See it well. Can you walk us through that kind of the logistical steps of house ladder. Might look it. It really depends on. WHO's doing it and how they're choosing to do it? Of course so there's not any one way that everyone's doing it But on a basic level If it's being done well and inhumane way your Attempting to stunned the animals so that it's rendered senseless to pain that happens with different in different ways a A captive bolt gun did If you're slaughtering a chicken perhaps in your backyard scrambling it's brain in by poking a knife through. Its top pallet. There are other ways to do it and then once that has occurred then bleeding the animal And doing that very quickly. So the idea there is that you're trying to avoid The animals are being being awake. and feeling that that bleeding occur so whereas you know a lion attacking a deer for instance or antelope is is not going to render. It senseless to pain in this case which were choosing using to do that to make sure that the experiences quicken and painless and why do you bleed the animal. I well we bleed for a lot of reasons but mostly it's To prevent spoilage As well as to prevent Terrible flavor as well I don't know if John may have some ideas about that to you. But essentially by the time you get You're buying meat from grocery store. There is no there is no blood per se in that meter on that meet. There may be some but my globe in like an animal won't go into Rigor Mortis unless you bleed it Robert leg. It won't actually sees properly and you want it to seize them. Yeah Yeah especially with beef. I mean because that I five days where it's hanging and going through. The Rigor Mortis when the enzyme start to actually act and the meat as aging. That will happen if there's still blood in the body Lynn. Have you been part of a slaughter witnessed this latter absolutely since you mentioned. I live in an agricultural region in eastern Oregon again so I arrived as a vegetarian from Seattle and was very quickly introduced to on farm life which has cannons mentioned involves death death Older animals animals that are not serving a function on the farm anymore. And in fact my first slaughter involved Allama from Allama Packer acker and that was pretty interesting and the meat was delicious. It did not taste like chicken. I've been involved in chickens and ducks risk cattle. Sheep Goat. Pretty much you know the the full Livestock Ensemble Sombor and one of the things that always occurs. It's incredibly well planned out. So everyone knows what their role is. The person who is either going to do the stunning or the killing has that specific role in everyone else's they're in support of that and the primary goal will is to prevent stress on the animal. And there's several reasons certainly an animal welfare. You want them to not have any idea of what's coming But the other element is is that the meat is going to be better if there's no stress and so lack of stress it's very calm planned experience for everyone. It sounds it's like it's something that everyone should witness or be a part of if they're gonNA eat meat. Yeah there are some people who maybe shouldn't witness it. I mean I. You know a lot of my book is really exploring being The the stories that we in the modern world have told ourselves about what it means to kill animals for food and what death means in general And I think one reason that we should witness slaughter if that's where a process that gets us food on our table is to dispel a lot of those narratives narratives and a lot of those stories that we tell ourselves that really have their roots in horror movies Honestly I mean they don't. It's not based in reality and actually is a lot a lot of the stories that we tell ourselves about what it takes to get turn an animal into food makes the sound almost mentally. Ill sometimes like it is not based in reality which is not to say that there are terrible ways that we have killed animals for food in the past one hundred hundred years? I mean that is true But it doesn't mean that that is the only way out there and you studied apprentice at a farm in France where the techniques different there than they are over here. I mean they were certainly different than what you might see an a huge processing facility here in America They weren't in the sense that almost all the meat that we eat no matter where it comes from an America is from a hole where we use the whole animal quite well. I'm we're quite efficient using the whole animal. I'm on this butcher was also using the whole animal. It's just that this butcher was using it. Only for food as opposed to other other products But they really were. It was a family that was Able to deal with the cutting themselves and they were also Selling all of the meat from Tanna ten animals a week to four outdoor markets and they sold out of everything which was truly astounding to me. I mean most of the butcher shops that I know of an America. Small butcher shops are really struggled to to sell the whole animal because we don't have a consumer base that wants to eat the whole animal They also were their products. Were quite different. They were quite a bit more focused on. I'm sure coutry and cured aged Meats fermented meats and they were using much older animals so they cut it differently because of the products that they were able to cell whereas here butcher Might only be cutting for fresh cuts. They might only be cutting You know a third of the animal for fresh cuts in the rest. They might grind to go into burgers or hotdogs or sausages so it was a much more meticulous and detailed form of buttery. John Do you think that's changing changing. Do you think people are more open minded in terms of I mean some of US especially those of us who grew up hunting lake where he used to that a little bit like. There's certain like I remember. We were like Oh dear heart. That's that's that's one of those things that you wanted to eat right off the bat kind of or if we'd even eat deliver if it was like a younger animal but No because I mean if you go to a supermarket you're not gonNa see any awful and I think that's I mean they're not going to sell what people want to buy in like so they're selling chicken breasts wrestling strips and stuff like that ground beef and so I guess that saying that. Also the general public doesn't doesn't mean they don't even know what awful looks like most of the time

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Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Samsung's 'The Frame' TV: Spotify of Art?

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in new york a television manufactured by samsung known as the frame and called by many eddie spotify of art is digitally bringing masterpieces into the living room museum speed the future but first these headlines google issued new guidelines limiting employees discussion of politics and other topics not really to work a major shift for the company that has long long prided itself on open debate and freewheeling internal culture alphabet inc said in a public memo that staffers should avoid spending time debating matters unrelated into their jobs among other discouraged behavior a google spokeswoman said quote this follows a year of increased incivility and our internal platforms and we've heard that employees want clearer clearer rules of the road on what's okay to say and what's not walk technologies trumpeted its first high end a i processor the chinese telecom giant's latest attempt to challenge silicon valley's advanced technology the ascend nine ten designed to crunch. The massive amounts of data used to build a._i. Algorithms is available immediately. The chip advances while always goal of curbing reliance on american tech kolding up the palm sized ascend nine ten at an event at weiwei's headquarters deputy chairman eric su declared it as quote the industry's most powerful a._i. Processor and quote a federal appeals dell's court froze a ruling that qualcomm had committed an array of anti-trust violations a boost for the chip maker that allows it to maintain its business practices for the time being the court court decision is a setback for the f._t._c. which had sued the company citing an illegal monopoly that harmed smartphone manufacturers and rival chip producers to his ruling found. The company leveraged its dominance smartphone chips to force manufacturers to pay high royalty rates for qualcomm intellectual property qualcomm argued its business practices were justified justify. The journal says the court action isn't a definitive reading of the merits of qualcomm appeal but indicated the company has a fair shot at winning coming up as museums meet the future were introduced with the new spotify of art better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel veon scalable processors reduce. The cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com samsung has struck digital art agreements with the tate gallery in london the prado in madrid the van gogh museum amsterdam westerdam's among others. The latest deal sees its unique television. The frame landing at the royal museum of fine arts in belgium as part of the new agreement samsung samsung display twenty two of the belgian galleries flemish masterpieces on its frame. T._v.'s isabelle van who necker managing director at the museum has more. We are participating dissipating into some some initiative because we think technology has a lot of possibilities to spread our heritage in another way india museum so we some some frame we can bring the artwork into the living room of the people and hope that they will afterwards want to to to visit the museum and see the authentic work intern. We're seeing some comparison with the digital methods that the likes of spotify made popular johann von camping out samsung tv lifestyle project manager explains its subscription based so you have to formulas in a way you be u._p. Eater five a month and you have unlimited access so i always personally i call it the spotify of arts so you pay five hundred a month. You have unlimited <unk> access to all the artworks that are in there more than one thousand two hundred artworks or you can also decide to pay a one time fee for one on artwork and then that will cost you twenty euros more on the actual technology sensor measures the lightning in your living space ace and based on these results. It's adopts the back light of the hill so it would really look like a real picture because of you would show this picture on on another tv. You will always have the feeling you are looking at the t._v. Isabel van acker is back to talk to museums of the future. There are a lot of challenges for museums is because the museum of tomorrow and we have to think about it before you had only physical museum. Today we have also digital museum if people are used to to have after digital images and we have to develop this whole digital museum today and accessibility is one of the important challenges as as well. That's it for the tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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"acker" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"acker" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"I'm Melissa Kirsch editor-in-chief of life Acker, and I'm Alice Bradley life hackers deputy editor and a real son of a gun. And today we're talking about how to be a good boss. So frequently people are good at making thing. And they get promoted to be the supervisors of the other people who are making the thing without any training as the how to lead them do. Good bosses just pick up leadership skills on the job. Do they have mentors or coaches or just extraordinarily high cues? What's good bosses from horrible ones, and how can just so bosses get better at it? I will get a sense of what makes it. Good boss with the author of life. Hackers brand new career advice column human resource rob Walker. If someone knows how to code they know how to code if they don't you better train them just assume that because they did something else that they can just magically have this new ability then. A real live executive coach admitted you to have always wondered what the hell an executive coach does organizational psychologist, Jen Goldman Wetzlar is here to tell us how she makes bad bosses better. Being a good leader is a lot like being a good parent. And finally, the creator of ruby on rails and co-founder of base camp. David Haina Meyer Hanson tells us how to make a workplace that's not crazy in five steps. Let's get to the show. Sell as a segment in which we pose pressing questions for the experts on the life Aker team this week for asking. What makes good bus? Our guest is rob Walker the author of life. Hackers brand new advice column human resource, you may know, rob as the work Allah gist, the column he wrote for the New York Times or his excellent newsletter. The art of noticing his new book also called the art of noticing comes out in..

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Tesla, Elon Musk and Alon Musk discussed on Mike McConnell

Mike McConnell

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Tesla, Elon Musk and Alon Musk discussed on Mike McConnell

"Down they are shares are down five and a half percent pre-market best buy the electronics retailer beat on profit and. Revenue in the latest quarter but online sales growth slowed compared to a year ago and best buy also disappointing. Outlook. For the

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