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Cockburn leads No. 12 Illinois past Northwestern 81-56

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00:30 sec | Last week

Cockburn leads No. 12 Illinois past Northwestern 81-56

"Kofi Cochran scored thirteen of his eighteen points in the second half is twelfth ranked Illinois rallied to crush northwestern eighty one fifty six coach Brad Underwood's team actually trailed by fifteen at intermission before holding the Wildcats to thirteen points in the second half I would assume added fifteen points and Trent Frazier and Adam Miller provided fourteen points apiece things fell apart for northwestern after closing the first half on a twelve one run the Wildcats shot just two for twenty four I committed nine turnovers in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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"adam miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | Last week

"adam miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Eight. Curbelo in the lane and traffic goes up, wild shot, No good rebound loose on the floor. There's a scramble for it and who's got it? It's still up for grabs and finally flex out off of a Sperling, Anthony Gage's bodies flying everywhere. Two months. George's kind of physical himself. Now we talk about Kofi, but he just pulled Nance to the floor. That's a physical inside game. What? We're gonna have a time out. I think they're looking at the monitor. Why would The officials are at the monitor The Wildcats leading 23 19 here. Look obvious to you. I looked like Yeah, I thought because the weight gains was laying out to the ball. Left, but it was across from us. Here's another. Look, Joe, looking at the clock. That's what they end up doing most of the time. It's true. You see, they reset the clock. They didn't get it. The rim Had dated the room. So there Age last to touch and he was Making a valiant effort to save it inbounds. Illinois with Miller back in Coburn and Sean Ish Billy going big her Bello. With Frasier Miller to Trigger left sideline the Wildcats with Nancy Barron, Gaines, Greer and cop This ball's going inside, They're going to seal one another. And look, it's think so. Here's Frasier High on the right side to Curbelo. Bello. No Look Peter Miller for three from the left, and he makes it which ahead God and Adam Miller with his first points of the game, and it's 23 20 to the north Western leaders one That bounce for cop out front. Miller cop off a dance screen leaves it for Pete thought about a three cans of the games Now looks right. Barren. Lobbying over the top. Nice catch. Nance puts it up it in little layup, my speed. Outside into Pete Man's 25 22. And now they go inside. Deflected by parent..

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"adam miller" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"adam miller" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"When you're on the go like a good neighbors, State farm. Is there a couple of games in the big 10? This one tonight, Of course, Ohio State with a huge run at the end of the game, Rutgers led for most of the game, but the Buckeyes win it 80 to 68 in Columbus, Rutgers with their first loss in Big 10 play. Here it is fenced, able to lead 23 to 12. They hit Illinois with some big uppercuts 19 to 4 on one of the things brand Underwood talk to me about before the game was there, not a big team, but they play fast and when they're hitting their shots, Look out, Boy. We saw that early. They weren't missing. Yeah, we're we're chasing right now because they're really moving the basketball and they just are a little bit to step quicker. But they're big guy Harari guy, the second file, so he's out, and that should help coffee as well. And he's perfect from the field so far, But if you keep getting that ball inside for coffee, that'd be patient and tighten up our defense on the perimeter. All right, Curbelo was found right before the break. The first free throw is good for the 61 freshman four points, fouled out The other night and Rutgers averaging 9.9 points for game but already with several assists. Second free throw is good for Curbelo. Coburn leads Illinois with 10 Myron Jones has 11 for Penn State, Illinois, in the Orange Penn State in the White Resume action 11 50 to go in the first. Damn Here is Jones dribbling Right elbow out top to Buttrick Electric back to Jones. Pull up from 16 is off the rim. No good rebound. Curbelo took it away from the bigger Buttrick. 68 here is Carmelo on the brake Left corner. Miller head fake drives in left baseline. Lost the handle Gets it back, looking to post inside his Coburn and Carmelo resets it 23 14 Penn State 11 25 to go here in the first half in Happy Valley Here is Curbelo cuts to the rim up with the underhanded stoop hadn't blocked my buttery taken out of there by Penn State Brockington left wing Lunde and a foul. On Adam Miller reaching in on that last defensive possession for us, we did a much better job coffee did he came out on was really active and got a little bit of positioning, helping out his teammates. And then he was able to roll the basket and, you know, do some rim protection. So on both that's perimeter and inside. Nice effort by the Big fella. Four fouls on Illinois course they had 26 the other day and Rutgers. Handoff on the inbound on the side. This'd is Jones out. Top to Lundy Shot clock winding down in 19. As many lions go toe work up 23 14 Way out top metric for three Got it from the top of the key metrics 68 senior out of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, Nails his first three and again with Harry and foul trouble. She's out there for several minutes. 26 14. In favor of Penn State. Adam Miller lines up a three and nothing but net from the right wing Azi buries it for his first basket of the ball game. 26 17. Penn State here come in in the Lyons dribbled Dr Brockington with a left handed flush, and nobody stopped him right there. He got to turn the corner go downhill. Miller didn't communicate on this on the switch and freshman wasn't there to help defense and Kofi was up trying to help out after Buttrick hit that big three couldn't really help out. Much 11 point lead for the Nittany Lions 10 12 to go in the first half Illinois in the offensive end against Penn State. Man to Man here is Adam Miller. Right Wing Curbelo Cross scored left side to Monty Williams shot clock It ate right side. Curbelo bounce fast, Right baseline. Kofi. Tough spot bangs his way inside the blue paint area, and we're gonna get a foul on Penn State. You could see the turns the corner right there and gets to the basket. They're gone. He's left handed. You gotta know that rocket and he's really quick on Isaiah's. So again, it's again. They're not big, so we should be really switching on defense. There's no reason for them to get anybody guys get caught with the screen again. It's just communication Ln Oita inbound down 28 17 a trail from the get Go Curbelo near the shot clock. Fires that office. It sounded. He missed it left in short, rebounded. Penn State here comes tomorrow. Wheeler Top assist man to turnover ratio in the big 10. Holy has four turnovers so far this year in the first five games feeds it left to the post turnaround jumper Lunde from 15, and he knocks it down along these 6 ft six. You got mismatch with Frasier. Good patients by Penn State. They exposed him and try to come over and help. It was too late. 32 17 Penn State with lead 9 20 to go for Stan left side three ball. Does Sima Randall's it in those sumo with his first basket shooting for the year? 10 of 26 39% from the art Brockington the other way with an off balance shot? No good. No sumo takes it out of there comes up the left side of the court here at the Bryce Jordan. Skip Pass Right corner. William's head. Fake drives in Pass out. Stop Curbelo. Little touch pass to do sumo. Three pointers, short rebound of the corner. Penn State Wheeler outlet ahead to Myron Jones. They do Played a quick pace. It is 30 to 20 Penn State by 10. Yeah, I'd be careful. We don't get in the three point shooting contest with these guys. And here's a quick switch drive to the basket and an easy layup by Jim Ari Wheeler is Monty Williams got turned around. Yeah, Georgie right there again. He gets caught in no man's land, and you should have come over and help, But he was worried about this guy going up to the top of the key. Shawn is really in for Coburn right now, with a catch from do sumo. Guarded by Buttrick drives into the paint back in his way in right now left spin shot up in block by Bunch Regatta bounds 30 to 20. 12 point lead for the Nittany Lions here in the first half on again, Myron.

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"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:41 min | Last month

"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Shields. We peel our window. The win championships is open to do everything in our power to hopefully bring home has many trophies as we can. While this window stays open the White Sox GM Rick on taking optimism out for a spin after the trade for starting pitcher Lance Lynn became official. Khan gave up playoff starter Dane Dunning and another pitching prospect, but he gets a workhorse. Lynn led the majors and innings last year through over 200 the year before and finished top six in the Cy Young voting both times and Tom has a deal in place to sign out field around me to the former Sox traded to Washington for Dunning and Lucas Giolito and Ronaldo Lopez a few winters ago. It's expected to fill right field or at least platoon with Adam Angle Physical pending college basketball tonight. Big 14, number six Illinois and leading at number 10 Duke 28 18, about four minutes left to play in the first Iady simmers, missed a couple of wide open threes but otherwise has played well. Adam Miller's take all three of his three point tries and has Nine points for the Align I Earlier number three, Iowa over number 16, North Carolina 93 80. Notre Dame lost to number 22, Ohio State by five Ball state beat Northern in overtime by nine to Paul on a covert pause again. The Blue Demons haven't played a game yet. College football number four Ohio State's game with Michigan canceled because of covered issues. Big 10 leaders meet tomorrow, but as of now, the Buckeyes would not be eligible for the conference championship. Indiana's on pauses. Well, there's an NFL game tonight. Baltimore leading the Cowboys 24 10 After three quarters, Ravens receiver Dez Bryant tested positive for covert 19 during pregame warmups. They played the game anyway. Bryant, Of course, not on the field Bears and Texans at Soldier Field Sunday. Our coverage starts at nine. Here on the home of the Bears. Rick Greg NewsRadio, 7 81 of 5.9 FM WBBM news time 9 18 traffic.

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Dosunmu, Curbelo lead No. 8 Illinois past Chicago State

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00:39 sec | Last month

Dosunmu, Curbelo lead No. 8 Illinois past Chicago State

"Eight ranked Illinois built at thirty point halftime lead and cruised to a wire to wire win over Chicago state ninety seven thirty eight I would assume followed his career high twenty point performance in the season opener Wednesday by scoring twenty two against the Cougars Adam Miller finished with fourteen points a coffee carbonated fourteen with eleven rebounds for Brad Underwood's team got off to a better start start today it was I thought our defense was was really solid early again Adam Miller got going got a couple easy baskets and and and really got us going the Illini shot sixty percent from the field and out rebounded Chicago state fifty five to ten Xavier Johnson had a team high ten points for the Cougars I'm Dave Ferrie

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"adam miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | Last month

"adam miller" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Play the finding a line I won 22 to 60 winners over North Carolina and T a 28 points apiece from Iota Soon Moo and freshman Adam Miller You. I see. Also, winter and coach you, Luke. Yeah. Klages debut, 65 to 61 right. Qantas Mitchell three to push the flames ahead for the wind and the waning moments. Wisconsin beat eastern Illinois, 77 to 67. And to Paul's Jovon Freeman Liberty, The Valpo transfer ruled immediately eligible. He will be able to go for the blue demons when they were season begins. They've been delayed due to positive tests in the program. I'm Jordan Burn Field. WGN SPORTS. The forecast from the WGN per Macia Weather Center meteorologist Mike Cameron in a storm system from the vast couple of days have brought all the rain and some snow is moving on out. In its wake. Plenty of clowns today maybe a patch or two of leftover drizzle early this morning, Otherwise a break in the clouds possible late this afternoon in a peak of son Look for I've only 46 degrees tonight Partly cloudy, colder low. 33 tomorrow Partly sunny. Hi 47. That should be plenty of sun over the weekend. Mostly sunny Saturday. 48 Sunday, mainly sunny mile high 50 and there's a storm system developing east of Chicago on Monday. It could clip us with some snow, windy and colder Monday with a high of only 37 from the WGN Weather Center on my camera 42 degrees Now, widow here, Your money on WGN markets closed here in the US for Thanksgiving Open for a half day of trading tomorrow in Asia, the markets for the most part in positive territory today. Trading mixed. However, in Europe, the German DAX up four points, the footsie down 35 points and the French CAC market just down a five points. Benchmark U. S. Crude oil for January delivery rose 80 cents to $45.71 a barrel yesterday. Brent crude oil for January rose 75 cents to $48.61.

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"adam miller" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:38 min | Last month

"adam miller" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Diego state with a 32 28 lead on U C L. A earlier, eighth ranked Illinois busting North Carolina A and T Here is William's Cross courts, and Miller left. Quarter three. Got another one. He doesn't fit Adam Miller with another three And that's the line I radio during their 1 22 to 60 laugher Adam Miller 28 points, including six of eight from three Virginia 89,054, Iowa, all over North Carolina Central 97 67. Kentucky handles Morehead State 81 45. It was Michigan State 83 67 over Eastern Michigan, Texas Tech one on one, Northwestern state 58, continuing that theme of blowouts for ranked teams, also winning Big West Virginia, North Carolina. Houston, Arizona State, Texas, Ohio State, Rutgers, winning its opener and Michigan doing the same I'm Joe. We want Able champion. It's Brandon Tierney be shorter list of the CBS sports radio at home. Ask Alexa to play CBS Sports Radio. Be sponsored. This run. You decided to upgrade your outdoor deck? So you wanted a sensuous a power washer, a set of patio chairs and a shiny new grill and you use your Bank of America. Cash rewards credit card, choosing to.

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Dosunmu, Miller lead No. 8 Illinois past NC A&T 122-60

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00:40 sec | Last month

Dosunmu, Miller lead No. 8 Illinois past NC A&T 122-60

"I owe this to move scored a career high twenty eight points and freshman Adam Miller also scored twenty eight as eighth ranked Illinois rip North Carolina a and T. one twenty two sixty the sumo had ten rebounds for second career double double and Miller was six of eight from three point range is Illinois fell five point short of a record scoring total the Illini scored twenty four straight points to lead thirty two five with eight oh five left in the first half the lead grew to fifty eight nineteen by halftime as Miller scored nineteen on five of six shooting from three point range I just went out there trying to find my spot as you know my teammates found me they did a great job of finding me we had guys get over like three says the sumo had fourteen points and six rebounds by intermission I'm Dave Ferrie

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"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | Last month

"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Adam Miller out of Peoria, also with 28 points and the home of the Bears. Jeff Joanie Actors Radio one of 5.9 after 5 18 time for traffic and weather together on the eighth now sponsored by the state of Illinois wine, Here's Clear Lane. We have an issue on one of our well traveled train route. So do the C T. A green line. So trains are not running between Adah, Ashland Rather and Harlem due to an unauthorized person on the tracks at the Harlem terminal, which is the end of the line. S so that's causing a mass and suspending service so you can opt for the 22. That's the Madison bus, or C T. A now has a shuttle bus service to get you between those two stops. If you're on the Eaton's, You're actually not bad at all. Kennedy out Still pretty heavy. 27 Montrose to save 10 in the express 50 minutes to O'Hare. It is 43 coming in from aware of 33 coming in from the Edens. Upon like 45 to Mannheim. That's an hour 23 90 It's 42 in from 3 90 30 coming in from Mannheim. Steve, is there still a ride on the album? Stretch 37 to the Tri State 50 minutes to 3 55 and not just 37 for veterans. Damn right coming in. Now, just 19. Our bond is still 32 50 seven's good, But she forced 23 minutes between the Rhine and 80 94 election, driving me both ways of Chicago Avenue and still tied up westbound 80 94 Ripley to Burr after crash traffic is sponsored by the state of Illinois. Hey, Illinois, let's holiday safely to protect each other ST. Mary and ST home. He per celebrations Virtual. If you.

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"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:57 min | Last month

"adam miller" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"10 rebounds. Same story for the freshman out of Peoria, Adam Miller. With sports and your home for the Bears. Jeff Juniac news radio one of 5.9 after 3 18 traffic and weather together on the H Here's Claire Lane. We've certainly got traffic is one of those days to be expected the day before Thanksgiving, but Our experts has got going early, and they're just sort of consistently is still pretty solid. Eaton's about 25, by the way, the outbound Kennedy 23 to Montrose You only save three in the express 44 minutes to O'Hare coming in from the airport. If you are in it seems like some of you are 52 minutes. From O'Hare 40 coming in from Montrose upon like about 38 to Mannheim, 51 to reach 3 90. It's 47 coming in from row 3 90 about 28 from Mannheim up on Stephenson 52 to the tri state Now on 2 to 3 55 It's 43 coming in from 3 55 about 27 coming in from 2 94 55 is heavy between veterans and 53. Outbound down. Ryan 32 inbound is 24 57 is clear. So that's 15 either way, But you're so on the upper ambition for 27 about his 20. Make sure Dr crowd in both north and south in the same spot as approach Chicago Avenue south Bond tristate heavy from Balmoral to the Bensenville Bridge, and then slow from the Ike to Ogden and then Etienne to Indiana. Earthbound trusted heavy from the 83rd Street talk to 75th. And then again as you get out of the Ike, he had a slight north bound round 53 delay boarding your 90. That's Jane Adams stowaway That's in the local lanes. Eighty's good, but you're solid eastbound 80 94 coming off the bishop forward to Indianapolis crash was blocking the three left lanes. The tone of the left shoulder, but it's still there s a westbound gay preserves. Still there 65 to Indianapolis Extra Africa, boy 3 28 newser to you. 7 81 of 5.9 FM. Well, today's all gonna be rain and drizzle and some fog kind of lost today High near 50 mid forties lakefront tonight The showers should be ending around early than some fog toward.

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"adam miller" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"adam miller" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Just get extremely funny and isn't allowed to be funny enough in movies. That's true maybe that's true. Maybe i mean you know. Let's just say jessica for the sake of conversation here. Wrap up this question knee. Great question thank you for taking the time. Adam miller wants to know if you had a choice of director for a new star wars film. Who would it be. And why very very excited for your response to this. You stepped on my answering. The last answer but ryan johnson. Because screw you. Everybody just continue to make good movies like that. There we go. I don't know if ryan wants to do that. We'll say i mean he's supposed to be doing it. I have no idea what the state of the star wars universe is right now. It's so confusing me either. I know you don't know you. Don't yoda like eats eggs or something yeah. He eats them frogs last week. It was really. It was pretty upsetting. Actually okay the mandalorian is fantastic in his truly. I actually sent a tax to chris. Ryan into your husband a week ago. That was just like damn. This show is good like i don't hardly do that. Are you hoping g by let exact know that the show.

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"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"Using on your phone that is the most fun i play a board game cocoa and familiar with it and and so i play turn based go games on my fun phone so that's my go-to you know it's fun to be actually talking to a company that is so many people's favourite app on their phone that is fun we have so many questions from executives have fun my i don't have any fun apps and most of them are always about their kids when they do have like a like a like i don't know it's something that bike like messenger what technology you most excited about conferred i wanna see how machine learning changes the world i think we're in early days there in it's it's super exciting favorite favorite music group konya favored vacation spot like going up to the mendocino coast hours north i was just there on nine i love ever been to guatemala that's where i go actually not going there next week relate how man koalas great crabbing st- july thirty first for those dungeness lovers out there our favorite booker podcasts that you've read or listen to recently i really liked the podcast quired funeral that one i don't it's it's a couple of guys and they talk about IPO's acquisitions into really deep dive into uber spotify or whatever and go through the history is and they look at and all that stuff yeah it's really fun best advice for first time VP engineer first time VP of engineering they're probably moving up from another role and getting a wider scope in the big challenge there is always used to think it more of a system level instead of an individual problem level so when you see something that you want to improve move or fix the thing at at that system level how do we fix the systemically last question what question do you never never get asked that you wish you asked more often what's your most controversial belief what is your most controversial belief not gonna tell you that the i don't think people should focus on their careers so i think most who want want to focus on their career doing it for the wrong reason and i recommend people actually focus on doing great things in whatever never they're passionate about in the crear will kinda get there if you spend your energy making awesome products in building great software maybe on the little bit of a hopeless naive romantic but i think that will get recognized in the long run and overall you're better off putting your energy into that than trying to think about your career and how to get promoted and stuff like that i love that and out add that once you make those things make sure that you're telling people that you worked on them because that's i think the one piece of like people sometimes do these amazing things and then don't i do like the super simple thing of like lincoln in your lincoln like help yourself get found make sure that you have those things that you can share but now i love i totally agree i mean i think people like i think we learned like you can be a doctor you can be a lawyer you can do all this other stuff because those all have set paths but it's like the most of us have no set path so you gotta figure it out well this is an awesome thanks so much for hanging out cool has been great and we are gonna fall along i'm i'm so excited to see where two hundred open racks so over the next year lots of growth everyone should check it out awesome thanks so much burke you thanks again to our friends at salesforce did you know salesforce isn't just for sales using salesforce as an employee experience experience platform helps make every employee across your organization more.

"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

15:40 min | 1 year ago

"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"So many of our different teams there's the really obvious ways and there's the less obvious ways so right now we're building out some of the obvious things like great recommendations collaborative filtering a lot of the safety and and moderation automation is going through machine learning AI where i think we're gonna see in the future can that be part of our creation to can we leverage leverage that for generative things in help all people build worlds and stuff like that so i think we're probably going to have m. l. built into just about every team every product we have so for air NPR NPR which are lumped together they should be in but their funds would you think what is the what is on the horizon for you all in those two yet super interesting stuff when the last big VR push happened happened with oculus and five coming out we were very much engaged because we're all about building these virtual the world's in virtually immersive experiences VR is the perfect air is a little more complicated but get that so we jumped all over like oh my goodness yes we gotta make sure we're in we're almost too late it's about to be here so we'd like worked really hard we got our oculus support launch than we're like maybe maybe it's not quite there yet we were a little bit early we played around with daydream and some other stuff but ultimately what we realized is it's still not quite there is not exactly clear why everyone has different theories about it some some people are like still too expensive but i don't think that's right because the people who have headsets thousand dollars on there so yeah no it's definitely not that it's a that's a great point is like how every every huge innovation either starts in gaming or starts in enterprise business right in his like his there you know it's either a super fun in becomes utility or a super expensive and then it becomes a utility that's reductive but point being that it's like it's definitely not too expensive because people have eight thousand dollar gaming systems so clearly it's not too expensive and people bought the devices clear that i mean that's not main street appeal he'll like not everyone can do that but like i sure the price points out the problem exactly i think we're just not there in the hardware that the the the resolution on the fidelity is not there and you can't do it for a long time i mean that's like part of things like you're just gonna like a lot we're just in our previous interview you know he's like i'm gay my whole life i can't sit in one for more than ten minutes without getting dizzy we can play a game for two hours and then you play VR game for ten minutes nobody wants to do that exactly but long term i think i'm super bowl i think this is a good case of moore's law i don't know if you've heard this one before where it's that with any new technology the impact is overestimated in the short term in underestimated in the long term so i think people were like over over that the recent round VR was going to take over but i think long term it could change everything so fundamentally i'm picturing the matrix style everyone's living in a bubble with VR headset on so we'll see i mean i think it's a matter of time you know you look like how bad alexa version one was is like you know and all this stuff like it just it gets better exponentially so of course that early version is just not going to be good some of these technologies take a long autumn like i was in college in the ninety s and i remember them saying my professors machine learning neural networks we thought this stuff going to work in the sixties turns out it's a big joke now just it was gonna take fifty years not thirty years so and i think that we got to in this is more of an aside but you know you have like moore's law rights were like man this is how innovation works right so you're like hey we can do this double chip capacity but it's like m. l. does work that way or whatever it is a are do you think that as the creator community you can figure out how to do those things then you have the ability for like these hits to emerge setting that's part of the problem too is like you know if nobody can use news the us attack it's kinda useless but you also have no one there's like there's no benefit to creating like why would you be creating just to heart cartwright so i've heard the argument i don't really believe that either yet because we've had several years now since the the recent headsets have come out and people tried to create so many different things some different experiences in none of them stock against beat sabres the most popular maybe jahr chat i don't think there is a killer app yet i think the hardware is just not one of the things that i super interesting about the company is just how long it takes to build something great y'all been added for a long time and i think you know to molise specially in a marketplace where it's like mike you're constantly serving customers this new amazing thing but you said to over two million people now two million creators a month are creating some content that somebody else plays that's amazing sh where do we go from here you know what is the longer term vision that company i know you all are are growing like crazy word on the street is hundreds of amazing job opportunities which is just super exciting for listeners sner who i'm sure we're gonna check the cruise page that will link up in the show notes but but what does this look like what are the next five years for us we are still working on are are the same mission we've always been working on creating a platform to enable immersive three d. experiences and virtual social play we still got a long way to go to get there we're probably only ten percent of the way there we want to have something that's that so much more amazing than where we are today so there's a lot of core tack we still need to build in i feel hunger to get there that we have so much left to do taking a step back are larger company picture couple of the big things that they're come up over the next few years we're doing a big push international right now that's committed to really open up to the world rep boxes in a pretty cool place where because we have such diversity of content we can succeed around the world in a really special way where people who want engage with different types of things it might be worth at a pizza place in america might be working sushi restaurant in japan we can have all those experiences on on on one platform this year next year focusing a lot on bring roadblocks around the world we've signed a joint venture with ten cent in china cool and so that's really exciting to bring roadblocks china whilst kind of the crucible it's really hard to succeed china but i think we have have an amazing opportunity there and then looking at a little bit further i'd say the biggest thing we're going to do is expand roadblocks to to a broader range of ages traditionally we've been really focused on kids and right now about half our platform is under thirteen in a little bit more in the future we want abroad in that age range not to lose that core group of people but to have an have a platform that that appeals to a much broader range and there's some really key things we need to do to get there so i we need to make it's your avatar your your representation of yourself which is important can be a lot more expressive right now tends to be a little bit child-like little block easy and primitive we we wanna expand that range have all the way from the simple mini figure type toy up to a very modern cool avatar go appeal to a sixteen year old or an eighteen year old or thirty year old and let them can figure it and layer on clothing and create all kinds of cool things and customize it and make it feel very much like them so once you have that identity you appeal a wider range another really big piece we need to unlock is just a range of content that appeals to more people so we have so many creators that are engaged we have people that want to create these different types of experiences is what we're not doing a great job of yet is surfacing the different content who different groups in that's such a big thing it's more than just age range it's all about having niche content long tail things like that when you think about all the platforms out there that serve long tail content youtube or net flicks six or whatever they're doing great discovery that's retailer who you are you watch one video they show you others look like that we're barely scratching service on that we haven't even really done yet everyone sees the same things so win we unlock that we unlock the ability to have experiences appealed fueled a lot of different types of people but also is tough i mean i think for you know for kids that literally you change your changing really rapidly soleil were you do when you're fourteen in what you're interested in when you're sixteen is potentially different you know my netflix algorithm probably change too much you know unless like you're bit yeah right they more or less now but you know i think part of that to his when you have so much data now in with them melania and things like that you can start to look at like a now that we have all the stuff gets blunkett or something but you can look at all of these data points figure out like what are some really interesting trends that you know potentially like nobody is really thought rhyming this pretty uncharted charted waters it is that's that's absolutely right end hopefully we don't have to figure it out manually say we can we can use as the amount of day we've got one hundred million players on our platform that's an enormous amount of data about their behavior and their tests that's being generated we can learn all kinds of things all kinds of interesting these content final question on this part of the interview then we'll get into lightning round back in the day you service CTO keo wired planet which was i mean you could describe to listeners somewhere between internet radio kind of precursor to podcasts obviously were personal podcast around around here here mission can you tell us a little bit about the yob -solutely so that was my first job out of college no kidding okay yeah that's what i graduated from college i traveled around southeast asia for your and i came back all right ton of silicon valley ian and go code that computer thing so i found the startup called wired planet and it was led by a real visionary driven executive executive call thomas hale and he had a mission to bring internet radio to independent labels musicians there's some other internet radio at the time but what wasn't being served was the long tail content which i thought was super cool so we created that company it was right in their original dot com bubble so we grew up from two people to seventeen something like that eventually everything was crashing around us we managed to get acquired by a company called listen dot com which eventually got sold to real networks so it's a really good experience i was so young in so green i'd never worked anywhere before so i could code like crazy but i so so raw and untrained i remember hired this guy and i'm quoting he's like i'm you should really use version control i'm like what's that conflict it's like oh let me show you that's really cool there's this thing called CVS and you can check stuff in i'm like oh my goodness this is awesome wow i'm learning so much like in retrospect i probably should have like gotten some training because of course especially in those days in college it was just completely abstract abstract land the classes are not as you anything remotely practical it's just like algorithm analysis don't worry nothing okay so so that was that was where a planet in it was also a platform sorts which really has an affinity for my own personality i love burning building platforms don't say bernie not burning platform to keep them out but what i learned from that was how hard it is when you don't own the IP at the end of the day we were were at the whim of the labels and eventually we moved on from just independent music to all music and we are basically like the one of the major labels in whatever pricing scheme they were just dictate or whatever rules and broadcasting is like oh my goodness really hard and so i- vowed never to put myself in that position again and if you look at how the industry evolved pretty much a lot of creativity was stifled spotify sized come along and crushed everybody but the way they did it was by launching europe right there just couldn't even get the rights in america so you see how how oh stifled the whole industry wise and it took it took an outsider to come in and change it wouldn't it wouldn't it changed in the thing spotify would never been a successful as it was if it wasn't for all the social platforms like that's the other piece is.

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"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

13:01 min | 1 year ago

"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"That and as they grew up roadblocks was was growing up to and so by the time the graduated college maybe they had a decision to make like go get that job at mckinsey consulting blah blah blah blah or wait can i turn this roadblocks thing into my job throw blocks sounds like a much more compelling alternative so they would graduate and then maybe move to some place where they had because they already wired into this community so they'll know bunch of people get together to form some kind of team something like that it's really interesting that people are you know decentralized finding each other that they're niching up or down depending on what they're what they're good at what they're passionate about doing being able to do that kind of work when they're making money for games ames's this things like inap- is at purchasing is how how do they make money yeah so the basic model is that any game aim is freedom monetize in whatever way it wants on our platform we sell the virtual currency called robotics so that's a transaction that goes between the player flair and roadblocks than the players can spend that virtual currency in their game so they might sell power packs subscriptions ends or bonuses or VIP access or special whatever it is they can pick we want them to be as creative as possible in how they monetize their kim and then they take a cut of that we get our robots can you buy stuff at seven eleven are we get in areas he can decrypt occurs it's not there yet basically i want to talk about the architecture you know clearly you you have been involved in cloud in architecture for weil under the hood what is the level of complexity you know obviously in a marketplace like this there's a ton of different challenges that go on but you have to have a fundamentally high-quality product to even attract people in the first place so can you share a little bit what's under the hood yes so roadblocks is a great example of something that looks very simple and there's an enormous amount of complexity and work under the hood to give it the appearance almost the simpler it looks harder our job is so a fundamentally the model we took is to build is streaming platform architecture and i'm gonna dive into that a little bit because that word is become such a buzzword these days means very different things very different people so streaming for us is the key key to unlocking the ability to go from one roadblocks experience to the next very quickly if you look at a traditional game you're playing being diablo you wanna jump into world of warcraft that's a whole separate game you've got to purchase it separately then you've got to download many gigabytes oh bites and sign up for your account and all that type of stuff the roadblocks architecture fundamentally is a streaming architecture where you can join any game in loads everything in real time without having to pre download the game and that's actually a really hard thing to do we put a lot of work into making that game load really quickly and bring all the assets over the wire and have a very compelling virtual world that's the basics six of our our streaming architecture that lets one player jump from one game to the next without having to think about can be in the game in five seconds and you can had do on multiple platforms so whether you're on a desktop whether on a mobile device you don't have to think about it you can be with your friends you and your friends want to go play another game you can quickly just jump into that game whatever it is you have the commonality of experience so the bring your avatar along with you you bring your friends friends with you and a lot of the camera controls and stuff like that is comments you have this discontinuity while having a lot of interesting variation so that's the fundamental of our architecture when some people talk about streaming a google stadia and enough you're familiar with that it's got a lot of press this year as a game streaming platform it's goulden answer to some of these platforms that have been around for a while like on live even guy kyw where you'll stream games and they're they're streaming video so you're playing the game actually in the cloud is running on some server in a video comes to your device and you can see the video and interact with it sort of the problem with that model is that fundamentally you have a lot of latency you never get the feeling of instantaneous interaction because any any action you take on your device has to be sent to the cloud executed he didn't server composed video sent back to you and then display ads you're always going to have a bit of a lag experience by sending all the three d you world data onto the device we've made a really big commitment to have a seamless streaming architecture and honest we spend so much time and effort trying to make that work work really well it's a huge part of our company what about things like bugs and stuff like that you know something that i mean is your team helping ping the creators with that stuff or is it just kind of like on them yazoo our first goal to make the core platform is as robust the bus as possible we've been working on relax now our engine for fourteen years something like that still finding bugs of course we're developing new things all the time but we want to make it super bust so in a creator as building on top of our API's they throw some parts in do some physics that call some mm scripts like everything should be pretty solid of course they'll have then you'll have the bugs in their games so we provide as much structure to help them along without as possible so bug reporting error analysis stack trace reporting statistics on where their games work well where the don't things like that got fundamentally our goal is to make creation is easy as fast as seamless as possible so that's part of the story and you have a ton of of kids on the platform which i know there's like lots of like privacy issues in all sorts of other things that come into that but from just like an innovation and like excitement excitement and educational component there's you're talking about stem education is a huge priority for everybody right now kids love building games turns out there really good at it i love free to share just kinda like what that's been like to see children using the platform formed like learning grow so i have two kids of my own and what's interesting is they've grown up very much in lockstep with roadblocks so when i joined roadblocks they were six four so very much on the young side but even at four years old i saw my daughter in creating in roadblocks are creation tools are full-on idea okay she wasn't writing code but she was building houses and stuff like that so when people complain us tools to harvey is like one of my four year old can use it so the actual like it's so easy for your own canoes because here she is ladies and gentlemen walking the door yeah so so kids i've seen how kids interact with and i what what i've learned from being apparent which has been a bit of humbling experience in a lot of ways is how hard it is to impart wisdom yeah sure to your kids like oh you should really study at 'cause that's going to be so valuable it's a tough sell i think one of the array ways we help kids is by providing a hook for that something really interesting when we give them a platform where they can in create something that's a game or they can play with their friends data is something that they they see the value and they want to jump in and engage with that and i think that's a good way to to get them engaged start learning they can take steps i might create a model things in three d than they're like like oh i want this to move here what the store to open i want this gun to have more bullets want is always like cheating with my kids like how do i cheat more ira alright l. at my gun have infinite ammo lasso then they'll start diving into the scripting and the coating making small modifications at first i think that's that's a good place to grow from i've seen that be more successful than like handing somebody at javascript tutorial and seeing the kids will work on that yeah i mean i think that ultimately like we all grew up you know bringing something to you know mom or dad or your brother or sister whatever like look what i made right like anna we all seek that as children whether it's our sports or whatever it is giving them something that they can do i think and the thing that was so challenging that i think for a lot of like young people in previous generations is like when you get contender for the sega genesis or whatever it is it's hard to imagine that someone made that game like it started with a blank piece of paper and they created aided sonic the hedgehog at new created all the characters and build all the world's end made it all work like that conceptually to child is pretty difficult to like understand but when you say you're starting zero unlike you get to add stuff and then next week you can work on it like it just changes the conversation into much more incremental mm -cremento thing and then you can kinda do some inception level stuff of like not move this like he's parentheses year in this and the other in and to to comment on that we actually go to a lot of effort to make that creation intuitive as possible so if you look at a traditional game name the creation story there's a lot of complexity built around optimizing for just the end result okay so you'll have something called an asset pipeline is typical for a game where the artists christie's assets in their processing all these different ways in baked at the end with a render farm in the lighting all this stuff soil complexity that there's no way a kid's going to engage in that even the first step so what our goal was to make something where the creation superintendent of you have a blank slate you just have a base that you can build on drag something in it does kind of what you expect it sits there if you kick it moves if you cast a light as a shadow people can join the game multi-player just move around and they all all are in the same world together sweet we say bye bye inheriting that design from the real world the things you expect from the real world you get a much more intuitive building experience but it's actually really hard and it takes a lot of work under the hood to make that efficient so for example example in a classic game most of the world is static you can't be modified can't be moved can't be changed at any point in time you you get a lot of efficiency from that in terms of how you can build your engine he can make a lot of assumptions like why no this house is just fixed there i can hard code i i can optimize in all kinds of ways we don't take that shortcut because we want to have that elegance of modeling a lifelike world where in the real world if you run into a house that can move if you blow it up it's gonna fall down we we want to enable that that elegance but it takes a lot of work right to do that brought about AI and machine learning how do you think that those things are starting to play into this this type of gaming experience a machine learning is so fascinating i'm not an expert but i think it's changing the world halt fundamentally in it's really one of the biggest thing that's happened in software over the last few years we're starting to see at roadblocks it's going.

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"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"adam miller" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"And we are on location in sunny san mateo at roadblocks HQ hey super good to be here it's great to be here great day we're gonna be talking about games when you're talking about your background owned and a bunch of really cool ale m l. staffs may are VR staff but before we end that how did you get into technology oh oh yes so i was basically as soon as i saw technology it just grabbed me like from the minute i saw my first computer so it was just love at first sight i think my first hands on computer usage was in third grade so this is back can a early eighties there was a special class just for a couple of us in our elementary school where we could could use an apple two to program a game yeah and it was ridiculous because there was no instruction nobody knew how to program was one one hour a week for like a month or something at the end they're like okay show us the game you wrote of course i had nothing but i would love to i it's funniest i still feel bad about that like thirty years later and like i could make a better game had some instruction something like that but i i loved computers computers from the minute i saw them i wanna create on computers and says starting when i was eight or nine ten a. b. programming every we day after school just hours a day pretty much just kept doing that not so funny is like the idea of the computer lab where all the computers are they go there and you can access all the computers yet now the computer labs sydney in her pocket i loved the dapple two GS was my family at that and just like every like early memory of like i remember my brother wrote his his junior thesis assists on elmo talking type and it's like elmo's toxins complain in fact that's awesome so flash forward to now kind it tell us about what your role is was the scope of responsibilities and what you all are building yes oh i am a VP of engineering green we have three main piece of engineering here and the way we split up roadblocks is by product facing teams teams so individual teams that encompass one product commission so one might be social one might be around our mobile app something like that each team has the engineering leadership engineers the product the art design analysis things like that so roadblocks disfigure about what roadblocks is building for the people who don't know so we are trying to build a platform of virtual creation the idea is we want got to create virtual worlds virtual three d experiences that are fun to play with your friends and to enable a platform and where are players in our creators are all members of our community so the creators are building this content on our platform and they're making these different games they're publishing them they're playing them with their friends and then they're also letting everyone else who's on our platform play these games uh-huh and so every game by default runs multi-player and it's in the cloud and you can join very quickly and be playing and engaging aging with something that's really unique the idea is that these creators make this content and as they get better and better and more engaged the content level starts wants to go up and they can make really popular things that can turn into a fulltime career and even make some money out of it and that becomes their their job viz making awesome robots content so overall yet we're trying to create this virtual worlds system and get lots of people on it stuff like that have there been any projects or or things that people have built that are particularly like exciting or you you made news or anything like that yeah so we get super excited internally when stuff comes out the when when you have two million people creating content on our platform anyone months to get just an amazing collection of stuff and and you get stuff you wouldn't expect right so one of our top games is work at a pizza place the basic premise of the game you go you sit there at the cash register mr or you get a job shoveling pizzas in the oven then you go deliver the pizzas and he kinda worked together as a team and you get money for that and i think it's a little little bit special that something like that gets created so popular on our platform you can imagine at a major game studio trying to pitch this is probably not gonna happen happen right is probably not going to be a funded project it's gonna seem to crazy but because our creator community is comes from our player base and they understand the mindset of kids ed's teenagers they have this natural understanding of what's fun that's maybe a little different in a little bit cookie so we have these really unique interesting the experiences that you wouldn't expect to see anywhere else i think by girl from my play came on like ninety nine percents sure i love love the fact that creators are empowered in a way that they couldn't necessarily be found otherwise and it also stems from like there's no inputs you know on them there's no nobody's telling them what to do or like where the chicago oh that kind of truly creating something and i think it allows for that serendipity salinas everybody remembers like flappy bird like ridiculously popular popular no one would've ever necessarily sat darren unit decided that game was going to be a hit right right would do the the makers on the platform that for like what is that community like yet it's a community that has an enormous amount of passion when we look at the people who who are making the the content who were most into it they've been on our platform long-time oh really yet they almost always come from the player base and when you ask them how long they've been on the platform the average time something like seven years it's crazy they're so into it and for them it's a community it defines a lot of their life and their creative output and stuff like that and like you say our platform gives them a chance chance to have a bit of creative freedom that's really cool when they start out creating typically just for fun for experimentation it's its own rewarding experience that feeling of creation so our job is to make the tools enable that to really lower the barrier of entry for creativity you can look up our creation tools start making some content drag some cool things in some weapons some zombies sculpture terrain build a cool thing and when you hit publish you're playing with your friends online we make that super seamless within an hour you can be playing a multiplayer game with your friends or something you created and that's that's a really compelling experience i think in today's world the barriers sometimes are so high that this this allows especially kids to have a lot more self self directed play in the open creativity what's the craziest her like weirdest thing that you've been like especially tickled by it was crazy stuff all the time one funny thing that you'll see in our office is something we call critical the mass and what happens is somebody will load up roadblocks game on their computer and then somebody else walk sober and sees it's like oh that's cool oh and then somebody else is it's like that's cool and then all of a sudden you got two people looking at the screen you like something really interesting must be going on over there and all of a sudden the whole officers gathered around so you'll see just as walkie things like the creativity is so amazing engaging so like as playing a a game the other day where your goals just build the biggest longest floppy hat the trails around and follows you and it's just silly it's probably not gonna be one of our top games that takes over our game charts but it's so fun it's great just have those one off experiences that's i'm i'm here for any type of hat related content i'm super here for do you think that like the way that these folks folks are building you know getting found is in a way to accelerate both the ownership that they could become you know like a game i'm sarah gamemaker but a game maker that's hugely successful does it help them get into you know careers like are these people are they full time i'm at this like what is the what is the breakdown there it's really interesting it's one of our goals is to support people scaling up as much che's as they want to be so when i started at roadblocks seven years ago you couldn't pull any money out you would create just us for the joy of creation reward of that still had really interesting things about five years ago we started enabling our creators to pull money out of the system system and that really changed the level of commitment and quality that our top people were making and it enabled the the top creators to make it a fulltime job so right now in this year i think our top people in roadblocks during the pull something like ten million ryan dollars off the system as making the top game however would set team look like is it like yeah that's that's a great question right so when you're talking that level of money it's not one teenager content right you can actually afford to hire a team have an office have a full company deep so we've seen several of these companies spin up now where these developers realized that can turn this into a business they rent an office they incorporate this the hiring people because they're so wired into the community what normally happens is they'll have a few people on site and then they'll have this web of people around the world who are creating content doing one off jobs or they're filling some specific role moderation or creating scripts or whatever it is they they might have a loose network of thirty or forty people that are all indirectly employing it's kind of the workplace of the future in some ways ahead of us in a lot of ways that's so cool so you have so you have literally created companies off of the platform you haven't but yeah we've we've created did hopefully a platform enough space for them to be able to do that so when those when those folks get together that are like the non professional folks like are they just you know people out there like working for software companies have some citizen developers out there is if he will as you know working in finance just said night game the creating games like what's going on so that occasionally happens but that's very atypical a typical the typical profile is somebody started playing on roadblocks when they were ten to twelve they dabbled with creation nation over the years and then as they got older and older that got more and more into started making games got real traction may be started monetize ing then they went to college wjr in college maybe they learn some computer science fundamentals met people there things like.

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"adam miller" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"adam miller" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I hope you're enjoying this show i'm enjoying it right i'm injuring hanging out with all of you in virtually anyway that's because that's what it is let's face it we're we're hanging out verb surely and i think that's a good thing and i also want to welcome in another affiliate to america tonight wow are adam miller is something this guy so who is the g cno philly its relations guy kv the bar thirteen forty a m adding america tonight to their own to their lineup uae where is kgb are thirteen forty it's in brainard minnesota they've got about thirteen thousand people actually i know somebody from their very cool so thanks danny wild who's the opd manager there be fun to take a trip to minnesota's actually there's lots of cool places we could we could see including in that area so looked at looked it up and talk to somebody but we appreciate you and appreciate all of our affiliates it's time now for another one of those fruits and nuts shredded empain gas thank you our bingo that means that we're inviting in nathan reader heine th and reiter howery it's me and that's true oh that's a little rhyme that's just jets over the top please give me a break we'll it's funny so there's a show called project runway and they're doing something really unique they're going to feature models not unique but they're going to feed show feature models from size zero who is the size zero to twenty two so that means there including bigger women all they're calling it real women the real woman challenge project runway diverse shapes and sizes it only took them seasons sixteen disaster okay mmm vilnai roots in that shredded or bingo i mean the people do come and all different sizes the go there and then fruits and nuts i season sixty there i'm sure sold sold the people on this idea long tamega ya i have up this a minute i wanna give you some good and what is good i guess if everybody's definition may be a little bit a little bit different but a how 'bout this how about the.

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"adam miller" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"adam miller" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"All because how it was your halloween cause i when is that to and i am getting ready to hear about who is the winner an yeah yes and i star just adam miller you know how your mind because he's interesting tricks on yeah those plays a trip and i sir thinking about so so the wanted yeah and and i'm throwing so bad also may start to he crying so much this thing about the savoy and just come and all the stuff that he wanted to do well yeah i'm well you probably noon better than anyone yeah he would can find some of his sort of dreams and goals he wanted to chase a fan and he won until i down take a big sweep p yeah and he wanted to maybe even claim a trio the was starting to talk about yeah history yes not that he wanted to do it necessarily but it was the discussion of cueto to treat and on that it or i've been you want to be on physical as or something yes he was hoping green apple so measured on finale at a party and on fellas had like oh you got to come arm visit boys right and this was went to the boys was like really you know head and yes really so to speak i know it's funny yeah and so i'm crying so much and he was like when you try you know like yeah he's got a voice and i say no because i don't know you know i don't wanna you don't want to show weakness around hue because he is a bit of a line in his own right yeah and he will strike dear memory one nice next bob is the next but i think that season yeah the news next boy did one and he cookbook years going to i would have a game insiders guy became by dropping made to the right carbo i'm back how was this industry we call show bed of course we have to talk about the snap through really big issue and it was only mad.

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"adam miller" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"adam miller" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"America tonight and thanks to adam miller everything on of quite a role wait lee in thanks to all of you for your big giant interest in america tonight were where the show that's been here for the we've been through a thick and thin with america tonight also nine ninety am in norman's w g s so what so i should we have friends at that station to just when friends it all the stations but to so really really great great station and great area so we go from massachusetts to where you get get your phyllis now but it's pretty would've first balls right where it's not snowing in new orleans but nothing like a trip to the to the french quarter and i know i'm gotten a lot of email lately from people listening to us on six for eight sixty rather hey pair and so welcome once again to to all of you who are listening and that portland in the portland area of i've and the pleasure of going to portland playing some wicked goff there it's so grain but there is a way transport but green now i so neighbor's to now if given up and they do the zero skipping fan i'm thinking m_o albuquerque and then other neighbours to say the way to go as tests brave though on yeah the fake but if these three fake terrence people would just go bacon the fake plans then though that trip when i can fake here la one basically grain what a big my along it looks good and per some people that works that actually looks.

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"adam miller" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

WAKR Radio 1590

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"adam miller" Discussed on WAKR Radio 1590

"You know what were stops was right eluded during the show where i was going to stop last night not gonna mention the name all that's right but the differ played one of our i was thinking day gilbert's one oh no no no you did not go their number not that this was a cell phone this so i think usual i'm going to go i want to said carrier you went there and yeah it didn't really in the early mesh too well with what was going on there they were more worried about getting the out of the story then they were providing any kind of customer service for help not not a good look for that foe company not not a good look so then i made my way so why last night got some swimming in lille cardio or tonight it and one away home last night i got to try one w a kr i was like oh there's a monday football game tonight with who cares the debates on who cares i was locked in to the tribe got all just in time my son was guy adam miller year round the smaller tv room he had hit claimed that he was so happy to show me look there but i i waxed in dust of the would work i've my i d die claimed the carpet not clean to carpet yep the sweep are up really proud of his everett ceasar i'm a good good job if i was so elliott.

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"adam miller" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"adam miller" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"It was no that she received a brief teams in fact there is a certain forma the name a skates me that people who becomes secretary of state or but they get signed on any sort of position the deals with these bits of information they signed off acknowledging that this is their responsibility and that you know they've they that even ignoring it's of such things as not an excuse and so forth then you know you're becoming secretary states he can have to know the set so she it appears according to the fbi is findings claim that she doesn't know memory of anybody ever explaining to or how that stuff works and she says that she hit remember when she disappeared for a while and she showed up with those glasses and and they said chief hitter had she says that you know that was around the time she had her head and she doesn't remember a lot of stuff that occurred while she was secretary of state when it came to the learning about classified information when it came to signing the papers acknowledging her role when it comes to handling classified documents that you know the fbi the report found that you know adam miller even higher hot and i just don't remember a lot of stuff if the way it what during gut reaction on that that's just some of what has come out in the last half hour since the release of this report.

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