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"adam missouri" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on The 3:59

"Facebook is no stranger to regulatory scrutiny. Under the microscope again this time over the potential mental health impact. It's platforms including instagram. Have on children gordon chang. The we charge me as social me. Reporter queenie wong welcome queenie. Thank you for having me. It's been quite another hectic week for facebook. it has indeed i. Facebook has as is no stranger to appearing before congress over and over again and it was back at it this week. tuggle about that and serve. Who testified and what really prompted this this latest session. So what was interesting about. This hearing is that it wasn't mark zuckerberg who appeared it. Wasn't adam missouri. Who's the instagram ceo. But it was antigone davis who's facebook global head of safety and she really sort of draw upon the fact that she was a former teacher that she's been a teenage girl herself that she's also parent and this hearing really stemmed from these leaked documents being provided to the wall street journal and one story that really resonated with lawmakers from both parties is an article about how instagram knew that their product is the headline said talk sick for teenage girls And it cited a bunch of data. It talked about how teenagers go on instagram. They feel a certain percentage of them feel worse about their body image they see content about eating disorders There some of them actually link there they say their thoughts of suicide started on instagram. So after that report came out a senate subcommittee said they would be holding the tech company accountable And so they're hearing starting these series of hearings to think about legislation. And that's kind of wearing all sort of kicked off got in you described. The session is heated at time. So i don't know if you could talk a little bit about what that back and forth look like we you know what the senate was grilling facebook on and what facebook said about all this so facebook has has sort of pushed back against the characterization of the research. There are several times during the hearing. Where antigone davis said this is not bomb bomb shell research. This is not causal research and we strongly disagree with the wall street journal's characterization and.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:36 min | 2 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Seen a story yesterday, It was reported different ways in different places. But Typical headline was along the lines of State Department announces for Americans evacuated from Afghanistan And I just wanna make sure that we understand. What's going on here? I'm trying to think of a good analogy or at least a bad analogy for this and I'll give you one. Have you heard of the concept of stolen valor? This is where people claim. To have it typically received some kind of military honor. Bronze star, a Silver star, a Medal of honor or even just to have served in the military when they didn't they either didn't earn they weren't awarded. That that particular medal or ribbon or they didn't serve at all or they didn't serve the way there. They try to claim more. Valor than they are due. And that pisses off a lot of people in particular, the people who have actually either earned that kind of thing or done that kind of work or seeing the sacrifices made. By people who did that kind of work. And you're like, you know, why do you think You can get away with these claims. So let me go to this Fox News story. Here's the headline. State Department trying to steal credit for the rescue of four Americans from Afghanistan, the organizer of the effort says. It's a total lie. Let me just share a little of a story with you, the organizer of a private mission to rescue an American mom named Mario I'm in her three Children from Afghanistan, says the State Department is now trying to insert itself into the story of her evacuation, despite playing little to no role. For much of the rescue efforts, State Department officials announced yesterday. Quote the U. S. Has facilitated the safe departure of four U. S. Citizens by Overland route from Afghanistan. Embassy staff was present upon their arrival. End quote. But those actually involved in the dangerous rescue operation say the State Department deserves little or no credit for the escape. Corny mills and a private team of military veterans drawing on funding by private donors led the effort to rescue Mariam and her three Children where they had been left behind by the Biden administration. Confirmed by multiple sources to Fox News. Mills and his team worked for weeks to get the family out. After Texas Republican representative Ronnie Jackson. You may remember him as former Navy admiral who was president Trump's doctor at the White House alerted them to the family's plight. Mills's team first sought to get the family afford one of the last government flights out, but she couldn't get into the airport. The State Department urged them to go to the airport gate and they did what they were refused admission each time. The last time Mary I'm trying to go into the airport, a Taliban fighter, pointed out pistol of her head and warned her not to come back. Plan B was to get her and her family on a private charter. Adam Missouri, Sharif put the planes were never cleared to take off. Their final card to play was to travel overland to a neighboring country, which they are not naming. So that there could perhaps be future rescue missions that way and to get the family across the border, And eventually they got it done just before the Taliban closed the checkpoint to prevent Americans from getting out of Afghanistan. Mills says that the State Department's public posture about the rescue was absolute nonsense. Quoting here the fact that they're spinning this trying to take 100% credit when they didn't track this family when they placated this family when the mother was under extreme stress and extreme pressure, reached out to the State Department multiple times and got no help. So let's just make sure That we don't let the Biden administration, the State Department. This soft, spineless secretary of state we've got representing the United States right now, and Anthony Blinken, who might belong in some northeastern non Ivy League. Small leftist liberal arts college wearing a tweed jacket. That's where he belongs, rather than representing this country. Do not let these people take credit. When not only do they not deserve credit, but they were the cause of the problem to begin with. We right back with the incredible Joel Rosenberg..

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To understand what you're spoken voice means in relation to advertising to marketing to business. And and Google basically uses the combination of all these different touchpoints, your smart speakers. Your your search browser. Um and of course, also the other products that we offer like waves and Google fights, for example, and it understands what that means. So the the fact that Google can leverage You know, it's it's over. 260 companies have led us brought up over time, and then I can aggregate all of that data for for a singular purpose being well what to say it world domination. It's really incredible. Um it's really incredible, and they basically used that data to make it impossible to compete. You know, if you if you try to offer a competing service to any of Google's products, I mean, shoot. You're already handicapped because you don't have that data already. But Google does, so they're going to find a way to offer something to the market that's immediately relevant immediately valuable and doing so there. They're creating value for the user. But you know, at the end the kind of at a higher level there really limiting the ability for the market to compete and offer other options right And that's what people default to they'll default to Google. There have been other search engines. I mean, We know who the search engines are. In the bad old days. It was just Internet explorer. But now there are other search yet, but they don't. They don't have a fraction of the traffic that that Google has. I don't know. You know, You've never heard of this thing. This Alexis thing ever heard about this thing? I I got this. I got this TV. They call it a smart TV, right? And you press the button. You say I don't even want to say it out loud. Well, I'm not pressing the button. We don't have smart TVs here in the studio. We got a lot of dumb people on the T V in the studio, but not smart people. Uh, you press the button. Say, Alexa, find over. Well, where? Where do you think that information goes? It just doesn't stay in that little remote that you're that you're holding in your head. It goes somewhere and it stores it and Google will do a search. It will go through what you're doing, and it will store that information. You know, as they say, to make your next search Easier, but it's it's really I think you'd have to be naive to think that it's just storing it there to make your next experience with Alexa or with Google, unless less traumatic. Or make the next search easier. They're storing that information and they're controlling as you say exactly what you can see when you go back onto their service. Yeah, Even Jeff Bezos really kind of admitted before Congress that Yeah, we we, We house all of this data, and we're not supposed to look at it. We're not supposed to use it for certain things beyond you know, ensuring great quality of experience. But the reality is is we know Amazon has been using its third party seller data to create products that then compete against the very merchants that utilize their platform of a partner. So you know, are they going to use my data for good things that they can use it for evil? A little bit of both. I think right now we've seen a little bit of both right and so moving forward. The idea is to make sure that They're not able to do so. And when they do that there is a remedy for that, which actually might be a more severe version of True antitrust break up. Yeah, Yeah, Adam, Missouri, our guest chief marketing officer, Agency Partners Interactive digital marketing marketing firm. Um okay. This is, you know, it sounds good. It sounds like there's some chest beating now going on in Washington. And even if the big texts are playing in your favor, stand by in a couple of years, you may be their targets. You and I have talked about that. You're not going to crack down on these guys. These guys can buy, sell and spit out anybody in Washington, D C, including the president of the United States. This is going to be more like a negotiation. When they bring in Zuckerberg, or when they bring in V. Zoe's or were they bring in? Uh, you know, the guy that looks like he hadn't bathed in three weeks. It runs Twitter. What Catholic characters? Yeah, they What's that? The Catholic character, Castaway character. Yeah. Talking about Jack Dorsey? Yeah. Yeah, right. The guy that talks to the soccer ball when they bring all these people in, what are they going to say? We're going to crack down. They're not going to crack down on these people. They're going to negotiate with them, and it's going to be a negotiation, not a crackdown. Most likely, Yeah, I mean, Unfortunately, you're talking about these organizations that do will that effect of power of a government? You know, In some cases, A lot of these companies have much more revenue than than a lot of countries around the world. So is this the negotiation? Is it a true crackdown? You know, I think publicly in the headlines will see words like crackdown. We'll see. We'll see some really aggressive language, but You know, Look up. Forget that A lot of these lawmakers are also fighting with these big tech leaders. They finance their campaign. I mean, they go to the same dinner parties, you know, So is it really going to be a cracked up? I don't think so. It's going to be something a lot more. Um, a lot of political in nature. You know, when you when you really kind of looking at the end of the day, um, Historically, we've kind of seen Facebook and Zuckerberg really sort of came to the to the demands and desires of whichever government they're talking to. And sometimes the results from that have been truly terrible and truly horrific. Um, you know, but but looking to what we've seen from Europe, I mean, so far, it's just been a lot of, you know, kind of strong conversations Solid by. Okay, we'll pay a fine and and move forward. Um, to see something substantive play out is going to be really, really nice. I'll believe it when I see Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell standing together at a podium, saying, We are going to announce today there is getting legislation and moving forward with Cracking down on big tech and eliminating the protection they have under section 2 30. Oh, my God, It's not going to help free delivery like Nope. Not going to happen in your lifetime, either Adam and you're younger than me. Adam, Missouri. It's always great having you on good insight into all of this. You stay well, We need to hear your voice. Okay? Can have a great week. See, the thing is Nobody passes. Anything in Washington that even approaches a compromise. Look what happened with the infrastructure bill this week, right? Have Rob Portman struck now with some of his Republican colleagues behind the president of the United States..

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:22 min | 5 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming up At 106. Are good guest, Dr Carol Lieberman. Why would some people need to be bribed to go back to work? Very much in the news in the Commonwealth of Kentucky this week. What's the thinking behind people who simply don't want to go back to work? We are going to talk with her and then down the road. The tragedy of that condo collapse in Surfside in southeastern Florida, Rob Cain, who is someone who has been involved in a number of lawsuits. Involving mass catastrophe like that is going to stop buying whether or not what we're hearing now about information that might have prevented this. If that does now leave The people that own that condo built that combo in tremendous, tremendous financial jeopardy. I think they are one way or the other, but we'll find out and then teacher and comedian Mr De Joe Dombrowski. He's going to be at the funny bone on Tuesday night, but he's going to spend some time with this series of kindergarten teacher who in a spare time. During his down time in the summer tours, comedy clubs and most of what he talks about his clean all of that, and much, much more. All right. So there is a bill that is coming up about to be written up by the House of Representatives with regard to Big tech and the strangle hold it has on everybody. You me anybody else that uses things like Google and YouTube and Facebook and Twitter and all things like that. There's no question That those particular companies, among others enjoy great protection under what is known as section 2 30. 2 30. Which prevents really any kind of attack outside of Well outside of anywhere. It is literally an antitrust exemption that these companies enjoy. And they're in enjoy great censorship, particularly over those with the conservative point of view. Now there's a bill that has been introduced as I said, but the sponsors of the bill Are four guys that were part of a trump impeachment hearings. They were impeachment managers, Jerry Nadler. David Cicilline, D Joan Argus and Akeem Jeffries are the four impeachment managers that are crafting that bill now Jim Jordan from right here in Ohio raised this particular thought this week, he said. How much do you think a bill written by those four guys? Are going to protect or is going to protect a conservative viewpoint. And of course, the answer is none. But it is something that the house is starting to take up. And it is going to get great scrutiny and it is going to get great pushback. But again, the damage ruled the day in Washington. They can write up anything they want and if they all walk in lockstep, and they do a very good job of that hell of a lot better than the Republicans have in their history. Well, then that Bill is going to get by the house and into the Senate. We'll see what happens, something else. That's interesting. Joe Biden has named tech critic Lina Khan to share the Federal Trade Commission. And in doing so, he made it clear that he is dead serious about antitrust enforcement and other members, measures to rein in Google, Facebook, Apple and Amazon. But again He's dead serious about it, and he's put four guys in charge that we're dead serious about getting trump out of office or Getting Trump run up on charges in the wake of January the sixth. So where is the where is not just the teeth in this? But where is the objectivity in this? Wait a minute. That's right. It's Washington, D. C. Standing by somebody that knows all about techies, Our tech guy whenever something pops up, Tech anything that has to do with anti trust and big tech we bring in Adam, Missouri, chief marketing officer, Agency partner, Interactive Agency partner Interactive. And he's standing by the way on this right now, and it's amazing, Adam. You know you and I've talked a lot in the past. It's amazing to me that anybody thinks that anything coming out of Washington is going to have any kind of teeth when It comes to dealing with big tech, but But here we are. Here we are. What do you think? Yeah. I mean, sometimes I look at my pugs and I feel like on a daily basis. They might get more done than our lawmakers in D. C. You know, why would they want to do their jobs? It's actually really great to see you know, in last year can over the course of certainly the last like 8 to 12 months or so we've been watching. As many most all of our state sort of filing lawsuits against Big Tech. Just this past December, 35 states, including Puerto Rico, Guam and even Washington, D C file, legislators filed litigation against Google in respect of How they self preference their own platforms, right so their own products. You know, you have companies out there like hotels dot com that offer great travel deals and try to get competitive pricing for for hotels and flights. Google, of course, has Google flights and they have the ability to prioritize in their own offerings above those of some of their other martial, rely on the online visibility in the online platforms to get customers so Well, I search for flight when I search hotels, Of course, Google flights shows up first, and then I see maybe something from Travelocity Year. There's some of the other players in the market that really specialize in this stuff. So you know, Ken, I think we might actually see something happened here. Um, just because I mean there has been a lot of bipartisan support for this topic. We've seen a lot of lot of talking right over the last year, and finally, it seems that there's a plan. And the plan really kind of homes in on those those things that allow big tattoo really kind of edge out the smaller guys in the market, um and prioritize themselves to make a buck. And you mentioned Lina Khan just a bit ago. Lina Khan. She is man. She she's smart. She is energetic. She's young. She's like 32 years old. But don't let that for you. That just means that she's not going to stop any time soon. Um Lina Khan is really known for her argument that That Amazon's retail businesses should be separated from its selling platform, uh and known for advocating broad updates with any trust laws to deal with digital age problems so we might see something you've done here. Well, it's interesting. We'll see. My guess is if Linda Connor is 32 years old, that Google has been part of her life for most of her adult life, if not longer than that explain if you could What happens when you me anyone goes on to Google and types in a search word. Whether it be you pick it. It doesn't matter Could be medicine. It could be a question about medicine. It could be a question about real estate. It could be a question about a sports team. It could be a question about A local store. What happens? What does Google do with that information? Because they're not saying Okay, See you. Next time We'll see what you search for next time. What happens when you do a search like that? You know, the the craziest thing is what happens when we're like right before you actually do the search. Um, you'll notice you might type half of that search word right? You might half of that word and Google skills in the plane for you. It's really incredible. It's utilizing its knowledge of your of your device of your of your history of conversations that you've had leveraging things like natural language processing..

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:13 min | 5 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Same deal teeth Before we get to curl NASA by one, at least, uh, Give you the exact words I paraphrased. What? Uh what Stephen said this morning, Stephen. A. It's actually worse. Santa founded. I'm happy you found this. I didn't see this during the Last second. Otherwise I would have read it. Then they will get to curl NASA big story in the end of a big story in pro sports, he wrote. Where he read from the text He received quote. He doesn't work. He doesn't listen. And everybody around him his family and he's constantly babied. So that seems like there's a few impediments that the Sixers will have to plow through to connect to young Mr Ben Simmons. Wow. Good. I mean, I thought you had to earn that kind of treatment, right? Wow. We can sound very old and say the modern athlete has to earn it less than he did, But that's an accurate statement. That's right. And I know that because I was keeping tabs on the show When I was out a few days last week, I know that you had some issues and I would have been there right with their with you If I was on the air with Zion Williamson, DeLuca Dodge. It's apparently not happy with the direction of the franchise. How about you do something right before you start complaining? Yeah, You're 22 years old 24 years old. I mean, I know you're projected to be fantastic and great, but I mean No matter what you do, no matter how good you are, no matter good. You're gonna be in 15 or 10 years. You gotta earn it still not just gonna happen. I'm with you. All right. So yesterday if you were perusing Instagram or Not on any of the apps. Just maybe hopped on CBS sports dot com or flipped on SportsCenter. Whatever. You heard something pretty interesting from a pro athlete. This from Carl Nassib Instagram account. Go ahead, guys. Some people on Carl massive. I'm at my house here in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Want to take a quick moment to say that I'm gay. The median do this for a while now, but I finally feel comfortable enough to get it off my chest. Um I really have the best life. I got the best family, friends and job a guy could ask for. I'm pretty private person, So I hope you guys know that I'm really not doing this for attention. I just think that representation and visibility are so important. Um, actually hope that one day Videos like this in the whole coming out process or just not necessary. Um Until then, I'm going to do my best and do my part to cultivate a culture that's accepting and compassionate. And I'm going to start by donating $100,000 to the Trevor project. They're an incredible organization. They're the number one Suicide prevention service for LGBTQ youth in America, and they're truly doing incredible things, and I'm very excited to be part of it to help in any way that I can And I'm really promising what the future holds. Okay, Now let me connect the dots here. First of all, when I first heard this My reaction was was almost nothing. Yeah. Isn't that what you want? That's exactly what you want. Bt 100% agree with you. It was like good for girl. Massive, good like that's cool. Yeah, I mean, it just keeps rolling. It's almost felt like when someone announces. Yeah, I'm having a baby. At this point. I'm not talking about in the NFL because obviously it's rare in the NFL, but just in general When you when you've heard that a celebrity or someone that you may be familiar with is has come out. It's it's almost like Oh, yeah. Congrats, man. That's all. Yeah. Good. You know, you need anything. Let me know as she should thing in the absolute well, I'm so glad the NFL is at this point where that is the reaction. We're all of this friends say Kwan Barkley that played with him at Penn State and a bunch of other DJ Watch J. J. Watt, a bunch other NFL luminaries, DFL itself. Obviously the the Las Vegas Raiders also showed him support. So did the Chargers, Chargers said. This is bigger than a rivalry. They tweeted that out. That's great. Yeah, and I love that, because, Yeah, let's let's let's be real Bt there have been a gay players for years decades, maybe forever. Maybe since the inception of the league just they were never. They never had the courage to come out. It's never the right time for them to come out. It wouldn't have been accepted. And I don't know when in particular changed. I'm trying to think like, if in 1997. When I first came in the league, What would what would the reaction have been? Not this? It probably still would have been harsh, But by the time I finished in 2000 and and and six well, 2007 was my last game, But, you know, I mean the 2000 and six season I'm pretty sure it was getting close to being acceptable. Um, and it wasn't a couple of years later that we had Michael Sam get drafted by Adam, Missouri and and, you know, Look, Michael wasn't as good of a player is called Mass. It is, but he gets drafted and it was kind of well received. It was odd, oddly received, but also well received. Because who feels threatened by this No one anymore. And so I think I think over the last decade and a half since Michael Sam, it's only gotten, you know so much more commonplace. We're more aware of it. I think more of us now have friends who were l b g T and Q Hell, I did kinky boots. You came in solid, BT was on stage with a bunch of drag queens and some of them became really close friends, including You know the lead of the show? Kallen Francis, who was amazing. We met after the show. Yeah, He's gorgeous man. You never would have thought that a former football player be saying, Callum. You're gorgeous man is a court. He looked like a pretty hot girl. I don't know how else to say it. You know, watching from the stands with my wife. I'm like No, We sure that's that's not sure That's not a girl. I mean, did you hear you right? But But the point is like your complete. Most people have become completely comfortable with it. Absolutely, especially if you've been exposed to the culture and not just hear it from Don't know cliches that may have existed in media or television or whatnot. And by the way, even if you haven't been exposed to it I guarantee that There are, you know, Take whether you grew up in the seventies, the eighties, the nineties of the early two thousands. You had posters on your wall of athletes who have not yet come out. Better or gay. That's right. That, um you know, I I wish I wish the superstar would feel empowered and comfortable that you've got to do it on your own On your own timeline. You can't notice society can't speed it up for you. They can't tell you when to do it, Carl Nassib. Yesterday. For whatever reason, the timing was right and he seemed sounded so at ease. Great for him. The reception was awesome, and everybody moves on and we wish him well, and we hope he has a great life because he's a human being. I think that the The next frontier, though, is the true undeniable grade a superstar. Not that the reaction will be different. I'm not implying that at all. But I do think you know that that's going to be really important, and that's going to take a broader set of shoulders them I wanted was a broader than Karl. But let's face it, You know if one of the superstar quarterbacks comes out tomorrow that he's gay. There's gonna be more expected of that, Rightly or wrongly of that person to be a champion to carry the, um not to cross, but to really be, uh not. Not that Nassib won't be a pioneer..

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Win. Win you lose three out of four and the fan base is calling for your head or you know what philadelphia seventy sixers are going through this morning. That's when they can get good You know it's too late because the season's over there but that that's the kind of stuff that i've always took take great pride in all right okay with three games behind in the league race. Now we're gonna find out what we're made of and and guys have always kinda taken private. And i don't i think it'll be the same with us But but i i the cool thing. Is you know when you recruit and you know this well. He's old school he he doesn't he doesn't by a by on the and led his kids have the same freedom that maybe somebody else does. And most of that stuff is crap to be honest with you. But it's also something you know coaches are going to think about this stuff and and i don't know that i can coach way that i allow guys to be To be different than than dan. What i know is best for them or to win so But i am conversation every single guy. I've talked to that we've had literally. That's that's the same thing you got. Maybe i'm talking to you guys have been lifers and you know got into. That's you know. Impact live sometimes. You got to try to help them get somewhere to get not just on the corporate i parent. That's as as husband is a every aspect of her life. I mean you can't just walk every time things go south i know. Let's let's fight through a you know. Let's don't walk around the the wall. let's let us go through it and and it's but but the thing about is i do believe this I think a lot of it probably depends a little bit on the on the coach in job situation. If you look at high schools you know it's a little bit different being established coach at a at a place where you've got credibility and then that established coach somebody some other school in three of your starters are on the the the the the school board. I mean it's a little bit different on on how you would approach things and it's the same way with us. You could have a new president new. Ad this is the focus of of that administration or it can be you know. Be with somebody they maybe. You've got some some tender and and some goodwill built up saying coach. We believe you to coach them up. How do you think is best. Because there's a lot of people that think they know best even though they never been in the arena so I don't know. I personally don't think it's gonna affect us much. I at least. I hope it doesn't But if it does. I hope it's where the better last night right like just two quick things three. You get three guys from the portal of gain your fans that listen to low from male of those got well we got The biggest names remy martin. He averaged nineteen a game in the in the pac twelve couple years and been first team all league in in in remy's certain with the draft and you know as far as invites the combines and things like that in it and gone as well as probably what he what he had hoped so. I think that we're we're in a spot the hopefully He can help us but hopefully also We can help you. I mean bobby. Them did a great job with him at at at arizona state. So there's there's nothing. Negative there Whatsoever and of course nothing negative from ramey but you know we recruit him out of high school and he's played here and he's beaten twice a when he was young freshman sophomore year when he would basically made all the place down the stretch to to get them a w i mean it was something that interested us is also at interested him and maybe maybe we'll be a good fit for him because I do think there's some things that he can probably do better as a player but also love his talents. So i'm excited about. He only we. We got a kid. i spoke to them today. And we're talking about him Has he completed master program in exactly. What second masters program. He's going to complete wise here. And that's the kid james colman lane. I mean jalen. Coleman lands out iowa state. He's twenty four years old. And i mean an and he's he said to me during the come saying you hadn't talked a lot of dues like me. Here's what recently. No i mean. They eighteen year olds. I talked to a little different than your perspective. I mean he's like going coach. If i can get a in this one class or get my overall in this area. And i may not have to take another entrepreneurship class and i mean it's a little different conversation than than but i'm excited about him and the biggest reason is he can shoot. I mean he's a forty percent surge He's a percent six year college player so he's transferred and set out and he got a redshirt. A hardship has so and then you get the year back. So i'm excited about him. And then the one that nobody knows about is the is a six foot nine eight adam missouri southern that first team all american Three years names cam martin. He was actually trae. Young's high school teammate. And norman high for a year and the duke could just get the ball the best he can shoot you know he. He made eleven threes and one game last year nine in another. He's had leaky four. Forty six Now granted he was playing against division two competition but to make nine eleven. You still got to get the ball in the basket. So it'll give us something totally different And he and david together. I think that that could be pretty. Formidable so yeah we think we've done okay but you know time will tell you know you know as well as i do they all look good until you get them and then when you start putting the pieces together do they exactly mesh the way you want them to. You know i. 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And so they may two changes The coach He i mean to me about as good as it gets and the way that he handled our scheduling. Seth put a put an element to me in there. You know how certain guys can add value to a program and maybe not appear that they have a huge role. This dude add value. I mean what what he did for us and and scheduling You know we were. We've been a one. C nine last fifteen years or whatever and because larry keedy mike these teams were always didn't always play to that level but he just knew exactly type teams that he wanted to put the force to play. He knew he played a cbs game on the road. You got money if you play. Espn games on the road. You didn't i mean he. He had hall. I mean at least going over the head at all figured out to best maximize the bang for the buck and and everything..

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"adam missouri" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"P A rookie. I want to go back to the Dawn Wells. Death real quick. I was talking to Joseph, who's running the board for us behind the scenes studio. And he told he's like, Yeah, I grew up on that show. I was like, how old are you? He goes 37. And so she always been around and in syndication forever, Right? And I we were talking about how I mean, this is my date myself a little bit, too, But I only watched it and Joseph to on Nick at Nite. Nickelodeon. Oh, stop it YouTube, Right? Yeah. I mean, when they would play shows like I Love Lucy and the Jeffersons. They would they would sprinkled Gilligan's Island. In there. So like I would watch an episode or two every now and then, But I never got emotionally invested because it was. I think I was just too young. And it was always on at, like, three in the morning or something like that. I watched it, I think what was that CBS. I think it was called right. But But Joseph seems like, yeah, that he like has all this Gilligan's Island. Trevor's like there's only one more person alive from that show. I didn't. I didn't know that. And so he was actually emotionally invested in the show when he was We lad? Ginger is the only one that's left. Ginger's Yeah, season. That's crazy, man. I had no idea. She probably said, Well, you know, in all the surveys, everybody would rather have Marianne than me, So I'll just outlive it. She gets she literally gets the last laugh. It's ah, you It's 5 48, now a W B A. P. So we finally had a senator coming out, saying that he will publicly object to certifying the electoral college votes next week when the Senate convenes that Would be Senator Josh How Holly Holly Holly H W l E Y. I'm horrible with names Adam, Missouri. Let's take a listen what he said in an exclusive on Fox News. I don't recall hearing the Democrats make any such outrageous claims when they were the ones who are objecting during the electoral College certification in 2004 in 2016. Democrats have done this for years. In order to raise concerns about election integrity. Now, when Republicans 74 million Americans have concerns about election integrity, we're supposed to just sit down and shut up. I mean, somebody has to stand up here, and I kind of like the angle he's taking there. Because I always appreciated in Washington. I don't want to say always because there's a lot of hypocrites in Washington, but I always appreciate it when hypocrisy is called out. You know, and it's a double A double standard across party lines is called out like he just did. Uh, Fortunately, it occurs on both sides. It does. It does. And one thing I do also liked about this. I'll play. Another clip from him is that he was asked about, you know, would you? He's some of the follow up was so Are you okay with the fact that Democrats did this in 2014 are 2004 in 2016. You've got 74 million Americans. Who feel disenfranchised who feel like they're vote doesn't matter. And this is the one opportunity that I have is a United States senator this process right here by one opportunity to stand up and say something, and that's exactly what I'm going to do. And he said it wasn't in that clip. He said. Yeah, the Democrats who did it In 2004 and 2016. I mean, that is their right constitutionally to do that. That's why we have this ability, so I appreciated that he wasn't saying No, it was stupid when Democrats did it. Right, which you don't see that a lot of times in Washington by the way to Wal Mart. I think this is a product of somebody tweeting from the wrong account. This is always something dangerous. I have toe watch for myself. I never tweet anything bad, but you know if you have Access to a company's Twitter account on your phone. You're sometimes If you're not paying attention, it could switch over from, you know, stupid joke to W b. A P. And if you're like tweeting about I don't know Whatever that W baby doesn't be tweeting about it accidentally goes on there. Well, it looks bad. Wal Mart. I think that's what happened with Wal Mart because the senator started tweeting about how he's going to challenge the election results and Wal Mart tweeted. Go ahead. Get your two hour debate Hashtag sore loser. On the official WalMart account. Wow. Um But then Wal Mart had to come out, say this was mistakenly posted by a member of our social media team. They meant to publish it on their personal account. Wow. Actually. No, it wasn't. Ah, wasn't a response to the senator. It was an ad for Ben Gay here story. Yes. You get your two hours on the shoulder and you will feel better. That's right. 5 51. Traffic here is Dave Allen accident on cell found I 45 I 20 this is affecting the westbound Ramp Avenue crash heading into downtown Dallas. Westbound I 30 Carol Avenue. It's in the right lane North Bend I 35 years 6 35 accident has only the right lane getting through. You're slowing just after four slain Also this crash westbound 6 35 just passed. I 35 to right lanes are blocked. Wghp first traffic. I'm Dave Allen. A rainy, windy cold finish here to 2020 rain could be locally heavy at times today we have a flash flood watch in effect through this afternoon for areas east to the Metroplex gusty north to Northeast winds out there today temperatures only reaching highs in the lower part of the forties Rain tapering to an end tonight areas west of the Metroplex could see some snow mix in as the Rain tapers off. We do have winter weather advisories in effect their temperatures overnight into the mid thirties. Cloudy new year. Statement forties for WB AP News I'm meteorologist Ken Bone at the Weather Channel 5 52 Now did you see this yesterday there were so a bunch of flight delays. 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"adam missouri" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"It's ironic that you know, Trump couldn't exist without the media. He's the Frankenstein monster of the media. He was created by the media and I all I heard from pence last night with a bunch of speeches, you know, riddled with the same old lies and spin. It's It's very sad, You know, it's revealing that that huge fly past up fresh garbage and poop in order to hang out on Pence. Winston Churchill once said that the best case against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter. In fact, you know, the framers of the Constitution didn't believe in universal suffrage. They supported white landholders being able to vote and that was just because in those days they were the only ones who could read. So you know information is vital. And it's no surprise that when you have a Fox State news dedicated to dumbing down the voters on behalf of Trump And his fellow Republican con artists and hypocrites. You get people who are so dumb. They're willing to vote for a guy who's trying to take away their health care during the greatest public health crisis in a century. Steve in Florida, this is an on I'm sorry. This is Carla on the undecided line. Adam, Missouri. Good morning. You're next. Hello. Are you there? Yes, ma'am. Oh, I want to be. That's the beat. That lets you know you're on the air. Oh, thank you about Ideal love. See Stan Thomas e spent junkie. You're just about the last hope for Manti. Far above concerned. I have two points and I'll try to be brief. The first is about the virus. The one thing that I don't see mentioned anywhere areas if you'll recall. Clear back in January February, this virus landed and nobody, including fire just did not know much about it. This whole three bombs to us on the part of the scientist, the politician, the doctors they have evolved at Lee learned more and you know from this has forced reports almost every day. On television. They kept changing the response to it. So I think people need to think about that. I don't think that I'm not very particular. I haven't decide. But I think what? We're not looking at this Carol. We keep learning more and more becoming developing new of of treatment for So I think people need to just be patient. The second point is Oh, um, I wish both parties would put their platform for work. You don't really see a platform from either side. Vitals. They have a list of things they want are going to work long. We get these vague ideas and vague promises. I'm really getting tired of it. Thank you Loved the man NY. Thanks, Carl. Adam, Missouri. This is Barbara out of Florida. That line for those who support the Trump Pence. Take it. Go ahead. Thank you. I would like people to think back to remember Isis cutting heads off every day. We saw it on TV. You don't see that anymore. Do you remember the illegals at the border? It looked like a savage in thousands of people rushing our border. Do you see that anymore? No. Do you see my people working? Yes. You see, kind of illegals in Democratic Sanctuary state? Yes. Did the Democrats care about this? No. You see us paying less for NATO to send in their countries? Yes. I can't believe that thing's that Biden has gotten away with. He's taken so much money from China, his son or investigated in the Ukraine. I saw him on TV talking saying, Well, I had the prosecutor fire that was looking into my son's affairs. I was holding up American money. So the Ukraine until he was quiet and he was fired. And it goes on and on. Trump tells the truth. Investigate it yourself sunk a minute. Just think about the headroom cut off by Isis every day virtually gone now, thanks to shop That's Barbara in Florida. On the issue of the Trump Administration, the U. S and Coalition fight against Isis. Here's more from Vice President Mike Pence last night. A programming update on C SPAN radio. We're standing by to take you live to Capitol Hill.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They couldn't put together enough offense. Right when they had chances to close the game out, And I think that the single biggest drive the Bronco defense had the Titans pinned down on the fore. They had a couple of incomplete passes. Henry didn't have a run for not much. And they had to pump the ball. And the Broncos took over on their own 44 yard line. Excuse me on the Tennessee 44 yard line. Now. They took over with one point lead on the Tennessee 44 with four minutes and change at 406 to go. That's where you go down to score in. The game is yours, and that was the first down past. Was the one to Judy right in his hands. Yep. Right. Then they ran Melvin Gordon. Obviously trying to run some clock down. He has a game, too. And then on third, eight lakh through that deep pass on the West Side line that he had a show on Hamilton Day. Sean pulled up a little bit on the route, but it was incomplete. Then again that again. They punt the ball. Tennessee starts in there, 10! With three or five to go, and that was what turned out to be the winning drive. So the Broncos have a lead. Tennessee has the ball on their own 10 yard line with three or five to go. They're able to move all the way down the field and consume all but 17 seconds, so We got plenty of things to talk about nine 48th time. We continue in the phone lines. Dave Logan, Rick Louis with you and Mark is joining his son Kay away. Good morning, Mark. Hey, guys, how you all the day? We're good. Two observations and a question of my signal last long enough. Um, First of all, we were talking earlier about Jerry duty being a little bit gun shy. We had another guy, I think. Ah, Adam, Missouri undrafted guy number of years ago that Early in his career. I thought he was the same way and he turned out pretty good. You talk it, Rod Smith. There you go. Yeah, Undrafted Guy Adams right duties. Adam's very to any No. Judy's out of Alabama. Okay. Got it wrong. Any honey case? That was one observation. Another observation was I thought that the defense did a really good job with Derrick Henry through most of the game last night. L'd himto. Really not not a lot of yards early on. I need to. I thought the defense and Mark thanks cost that the defense was was stacked against him. Um There's so many things that you look back in the game, say, man. Oh, man, I'll tell you what sucks The life out of a team and coaches and fans and everything else is when you play a game. The effort certainly was there. And you look back and say I should've won this game. Right. It's the same thing I said last year when the Bears came to town. And it's the same thing are very similar to what I said last year in Jacksonville, came to town both two point losses, both on late field goals at home. And you know you, you look at you know the shovel past people talking about the shovel pass. He went for it on fourth and one. I think they probably just had a call that they liked. And we've had a texture that said, my only complaint from the 970. My only complain of the game is run the ball four downs on the goal line. No shovel passes, air throwing. Use your high dollar big back. Yeah, they did run. Two of those four snaps and they didn't drink a drop. Lindsay got one. Carrie For about a half yard. Gordon off the left side got stoned, And so that's something that they're gonna have to go back and look at. You've got to be able to line up and And get a yard when you have to get a yard, right, And that's to me. That's more of a mindset that anything else absolutely. Ah, and in your first game, I get what the texture said. If you want to be that team, you you probably run the ball with Melvin Gordon at least three times. I'm not sure why you'd run Phillip Lindsey down there on the one yard line when you got that big back back there, the big hammer. And he's a touchdown maker. That's what he does. That's what you're paying for. So that was that was a kind of an odd Siri's. I thought. And really Oh, no. Melvin Gordon, other than the the fumble, Hey, had a good game. I think you could see what they got in Melvin Gordon. Last night. He he's good. He's a good player. He has had a history of fumbles. As you pointed out during the broadcast saved, especially his rookie year. What I believe he had five fumbles. His rookie year. But for the most part after that rookie year of his, he's kind of clean that up. But that was a big one Last night there really heard of no wass because they had. You know you don't have complete control of any game in the first half. I mean, you do, but that's not the deciding factor there up seven Nothing. But again with Gordon's fumble. You're absolutely right. I mean, that gives time to see the ball in the Broncos. 23 are glint in your defense. Obviously, I mean, you could tell that they were going to play well last night. I think the injuries in the secondary Or factory. It's the end of the game. I mean, something that I don't think you ever want ever as an NFL coach. No disrespect to these young guys, and you know what? They're probably going to turn out to be really good players. You look out there and see Michael Move Ocean. Muthiah Ah, one corner, third round draft choice of rookie and you look out and see Isa. He sang Bassi, undrafted college free agent rookie on the other side. So that's you. That's you know, that's a mean bastard was playing in the slot. But that's what you get two rookies in the back into your defense. You know you're going to get some business. Yes, And they like both of those guys a lot. I woke up this morning and it and it kind of hit me. No, they've got they've got the Monte Harris. They've got duped us and junior to guys that played a lot of football last year, both of them on the bench. Once boy got hurt, Which kind of tells you How much they like. Oh, Jim Moody and Bassi. Yep. But I.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on KGO 810

"So we build it. And then we make him come enough now them in total. How did the four CEOs do? They did their best. You know, they did not do anything. I think that was ground shaking and Really, If you washed the Saleen ending remarks there already printed on paper. I think there was nothing that the big the big tech CEOs could have said That would have changed. What when the outcome is going to be We have, of course, as well. The interest that was centered on the Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the richest man in the world. His first appearance before Congress, he tried to sell the notion that Amazon And America are virtually one of the same. Did he succeed? I have to say no, I think be. Those was asking questions that he couldn't even answer about his own business. And the reality is his biggest, really relies on a eye on automation and robots more so than the spirit of Americanheart lookers. Interesting. Now there is, of course. Ah, some comparison with the arguments that were used century and 1/4 ago when the original concept of antitrust came into being in this country back then you had very analog industries, the steel trust and Andrew Carnegie in the oil trust. And ah, this sort of thing with the John Rockefeller. Oh, and the notion was brought up that even if you have provided us with wonderful things, and you have That the cost of that concentration of power is too high and that therefore we're going to just flat break you up. And, of course, the country proceeded to do just that. Do those same laws and those same principles apply to this 21st century concentration of power. I think that's one of the things that Congress was trying to really uncover right now, and they're going to be releasing a report that's going to expose really what these companies have been doing and how they've been operating in such a way that Change competing in a way that is anti competitive, But somehow they've been kind of skating around. Antitrust loves whether it be with red tape or occasionally a rubber stamp from the FTC in past years. So way should probably expect to see that change in a very real way down the road ahead is the concept of antitrust still valid? Still feel valuable? Or is it simply laws that were designed for an earlier concentration of power that need to be updated, noting the evolution of a business big they get to a certain point where they're just so big that When they when they try to engage in business with smaller companies. They really have all the leverage and they have all the cards in their deck. So I think the concept is still dead. And especially when you look at just the way negotiations take place between A massive beast like an apple or a Wal Mart and how they deal with a smaller supplier who may be a family on business, and they're just trying to get their product on the shelves. I think the concept of valid it just did change. Are there similar companies that exist in other countries? I mean, these these names Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. They certainly and the people behind them certainly seemed very American. Are there others out there that with which we might or might not be familiar that R R se Japan's or Germany's equivalent? Sure you've got Alibaba out there What you might call just another Amazon Onda course on the Facebook slide from social media perspective, Pick talk is obviously growing at a really, really rapid rate. There are other companies that originate in other countries that are trying to kind of find the same level of success that these big four have today. But We're not quite there yet, You know, fan song of the huge company, not American company. There's obviously a long list that we could go through. But some of these companies to that are you. Trying to compete are actually knockoffs. If you look at Facebook, there's another company out there called. Forgive my pronunciation. The contact which is kind of like the Russian knock off of Facebook, and it's fairly popular over and I believe most of Eastern Europe and parts of Russians, should we and and will we just split? Some of these companies up? Just do what was the recipe? A century and 1/4 ago? Should we will we? I would say yes, I don't necessarily think it's gonna be a very queen or easy process. There's a lot of intricate season utilities have technology businesses. But I do believe that we are going to be some sort of line in the sand. If you will that differentiates the demand side supply side. Adam, Missouri, chief marketing officer at Agency partner Interactive. 13.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"Honestly? Love Him in there. Because I swear to you guys I think if we wouldn't have taken this drastic action like we did. I think he probably would not be with US anymore. So why did you come close to getting stuck it all with the bug cat or woods everything okay with that because a lot of mud have done they can get heavy and they get bogged down now. I I wasn't a lot of mud and we had some to like not too much forward but we had some would out there to suit it on in case they got to Thinki- but It worked out really good and you know it's funny like we're running this big machine right and like all of alligators would come and they would swim in and they'd be like what are they doing. They make lead get mad and the other one would come and be like. What are you guys doing? Leave like it's exciting for them to see something new happening out there you know how many other the guys out there right and guys who would be running a bobcat and if thousands of daters swam up to look at what you were doing out just run you know you're like just expect them to be there it is Kinda Crazy. I what else can we talk savannah? Can I ask a question? Yeah Okay I noticed. You changed your background to include a bunch of books Is this to make himself look smarter on the Ted Talk? This is my no. Actually I come to work early so I'm not at my house. I'm in the safety of is right now because I was like well. You got a bunch of books which does make you look smarter but you also have the Home Depot Book it in the background which is totally negates but back here. That says Oh. I don't even know what that mean. Would you during the break? You're you're telling until the to tell the story about shack you were telling during the break. Oh Yeah Yeah I think so. so You Know Shack love gave land right. He loves land in coming here for years with this family and stuff like that and So yesterday 'cause shock doesn't do anything unless it's the most fun in the world right. You deserve his live. Set up that everything is awesome and So yesterday I looked at my phone and there was a message from him in my instagram. There was like Joe Lopez harm. I won't take it back immediately. Like just a shop sent me a message. I was like well. Yeah that's the craziest thing ever do. Do you know who he actually says. Got His love impassioned. From animals from Mike Tyson he was placed and checked out his big cats and his animals and owners the greatest thing ever so I think you know like when Tyson was like you know the fact if you have animals wild and you able to tame them you got a month men and I think that that inspired him to be like well. It's it's so Alpha Alpha to have like the boss creatures in the world in your control and of course a part of the they show the Tiger King Shaquille O'Neal was in that and there's new news about About Carol Baskin's handwriting experts saying that the signature that was on the will was forged Two different Two different experts say To handwriting experts told him Amazon Uri newspaper they believe the signatures on. Don's will and the power of attorney were forged and that Carol Baskin's asked a woman to testify that she was there when dawn sign the will but she says that she wasn't there So that's newspapers Adam Missouri Missouri. So that's a more media outlets in Tampa Florida. They have is making national news now to handwriting. Experts claim that the The signatures on the will and the power attorney by Carol Baskin's missing husband. Don Luis were forged and that Louis with that I said. Wow that's crazy. 'cause yeah I was just GonNa bring up the same thing like shut new Joe Exotic and like a key you know he had gone out there and stuff like that and like. I don't know it's a really strange thing right now right. And she's selling masks now. She looks Gary. There's also another story. We're a Joe. Exotic has asked the president trump to to pardon him because he donated because he'd donate it to his campaign he's asked him to be pardoned by Donald Trump which is funny. What it shock your ass. Now listen tomorrow. The Picture and Gel. He has his arm around judge. A good man. He's a good man. He's lawn revision. We'll put him in charge of the the the. I don't know the national forest. Whatever yeah all right. Let's so savannah if people want to come out. The Gate Lake getting close right. We don't know exactly win but it's getting close. We have another meeting today with the Task Force. I don't 'cause my but my boss does and then we should know something on Thursday so feared company to open on Saturday. And it'll be super great and outside and would you be. It's actually see tourist again and to be able to show people everything you've been doing. Are you excited? Sided contain it. All right all right. Thank you so much we come back. It's time for Monster Sports in Angel. You're listening to the mantra the morning.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The United Kingdom with doctor Larry on president of Hillsdale college alas Hillsdale dialogue of twenty nineteen I would direct all of you the two column this morning there's not a lot of news nor what one expected to be much news on the last Friday Wednesday on a Christmas miss on a Wednesday means for most people take the next two days off but we never sleep here at the radio something might happen will be on top of the visit does will be here live and I'll be back next week with the same except on January one but I do want you to know that I'm gonna come over the Washington post which was I wrote on Christmas after all the gift giving was done in people retreated to their corners come all over I just was thinking about the the the Christianity Today editorial which was so destructive of evangelicalism in America and how they are so naive there about what the trunk judges me not just course searching Cavanaugh the justices he added the Supreme Court but just the fifty judges on the appeals court and judges on the District Court level and I pointed out that since twenty fourteen others predate strop of course we've had a half dozen cases vital to religious freedom in the United States hobby lobby town of Greece Lutheran church which was Adam Missouri master peach shaped cake shop out of Denver the national to the family life advocates wasn't a religion clauses case but it was very much about religious believers operating pro life centers that I would being obliged to advertise abortion services American Legion which is about the big cross in Bladensburg and now to case out the night circuit the court religious liberty hangs by the threat of a majority of five on the Supreme Court trump is maintain that for at least another few years nothing is permanent in a Republic he had a freedom is always one generation away from being destroyed as well Reagan said but the judges are helping and I also brought to your attention that's my column in The Washington Post got twelve hundred comments I'm sure they're all very positive right twelve hundred and sixty three comments I'm sure Duane will go and read them during the break I'm just absolutely sure their positive comments up about twelve seventy eight they rolling a lot when people wake up and they read their wash imposed on their device in the seat right there on the front page evangelical should thank trump for his judges that's the headline they pick out a picket lines but I also point you John Podhoretz is column on quitting Twitter and somehow that became a conversation online about homelessness Jack in Los Angeles hello Jack here on the you yo Chou good morning how are you I will I couldn't help thinking about sending Arya I'm an eighty two year old guy I was born in Jerusalem and I was born of an American citizen mother will happen to be a time my dad was shirtless he came to Israel because he left Germany and he had no place to go they got together and they both have been call the kibbutz what is it converted to collect it they yeah they lived in a tent they got a bed that actually work and and and and contributed they get fat that was it that's how we started and I think the dish anywhere that there where the homeless people can be put to work and start doing something to contribute to their own better well the every rehabilitation program I've ever known as involved that but I don't know if you can do it Zach called from the bay area earlier come for the drugs stay for the psychosis that's gonna haunt me for awhile and I do believe they may be beyond productive work in many cases we will see Craig in San Marino California lots of Californians up early this morning on Friday December the twenty eight good morning got a twenty seven good morning Craig good morning what are you doing I'm good I want to wish you and your family happy new year and thank you for all your hard work every day nothing and given up the end user name thank I love doing it I'm actually out of the county but thank you I am I'm forty three I grew up election.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"Carriers photos of the device from user identified. Only by the surname, leave show comprehensive damage to front rear inside, the new phone ranging from cracked glass to melt, the plastic metal Lee claims that the S ten five G was Cigna table when it started smelling burnt in smoke soon engulfed buffoon, and that he dropped the device because it was so hot when he reached out to Samsung, the company refused to replace or refund. Twelve hundred dollars purchase suggesting while he was at fault. They got the product and completed the external inspection in x Ray inspection. Samsung said in a statement, but the external traces are abbey. Yes, we can't find any product defects. It may be caused by the external impact on smartphone. I don't know. What do you guys think think like this look some little bit fishy? Like somebody just wanted to get press actually wonder feels like journalists who did it just the say ruse look food for good free. Moody. Don't go. Don't go do that. Or if it actually was a legitimate. Regular individual and phone just happen randomly start on fire. See this is the problem that you have with far phones smartphones catch on fire. No, they don't very small cases of them. Do the rest of us walk around phones for the rest of our lives, perfectly fine. So I know remains to be seen, but be careful with your phones. And if you do get a phone maybe consider getting insurance for it that might

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"adam missouri" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"Bowel royale from basic gameplay to more advanced maneuvers. This handbook booklets all the essential tips and tricks you need to become the last player. Standing immerse yourself in island walk through his weapon rundowns combat hacks building guys team tactics and more in promoting book. Epic says it will feature three key things. You might wanna look at full island survival guide all keep places the loot land how to get around island with ease sneaky survival tactics. Smart ways to use the storm to your benefit top tiers and tips for building your way out of troubles and outfit options that offer the best camouflage in how to fight better. And smarter crazy and creative ideas for using game elements your advantage weather plane solo or in a team in the past epoch has turned to poaching to promote his titles, especially gear the war with popular SCI fi author. Karen Travers turning out several titles. Now, it's not to say that controversy going on apparently regard net. But apparently more stupid lawsuits coming up, but I'm excited about the book. How about you guys? If you're interested in getting the book, let me know down comments section and while we'll see promising very interesting wonderful. Learn anything new what do you think the excited? Let me know down to comment section. That's offer. The comments of the feature story. Let's move onto the rest new showy. I'm still getting used to. I'm okay. So. On top of getting over watching vendors endgame on opening weekend along with crazy hectic week in a goal along with it along with some crazy behind the scene stuff that here's what I'm going to say right now guys. Tomorrow. May I you will get to see everything that have been working out for the past month. It's going to be announced. It's going to be revealed. I'm good probably talk about it on the podcast tomorrow. It'll be on social media sites. It'll be in Email. It'll be everywhere. So if you're not following us on our social profiles Braun Twitter were on YouTube, Ron Instagram, Ron Facebook. Yeah. And techniques. Gadget dot com. Probably make announcement there as well. If you're not on our Email list will make an announcement there as well. But yeah, big big big big Yoshi news coming. So my brain's all over the place. Yeah. So I thought it'd be able to get back into the swing of things. Apparently, I'm still trying to calm down from the high and get back to reality tastes Tuesday. Right jeeze. Anyways. Hope you guys have cell far so moving onto our next news of the day. Facebook is turning Instagram into the new Facebook. If he had known sit ready in hadn't been tuned into F eight, although why anybody would you can condense it down into a thirteen minute video. Lot of whining going on guys. Anything new come into the table anything. Interesting. That's neat. Whacking my desk. Do why are all these people weaving because you're stealing their baby from them? And then you go let's kill the goose that laid the golden egg. And then you'll get money. And it'll be like, yeah. But now you can't make any more, golden eggs. Are you stupid? Anyways. Businesses. I tell you scarred by seemingly endless parade of scandals in troubled by an ongoing decline in usage among teens in Facebook's leadership seems to be trying to recreate it's flat lining social network un-integrate. It's younger hip money-making still relatively scandal free arm. Although I guarantee if they start digging claws in a little bit too much. Everybody's going to be like Instagram antsy, you most of them around Snapchat. Anyways story to tell you Instagram has been growing rapidly. Perhaps as people gravitate toward it's simpler, selective focus over. Facebook's maximalist share all share everything platform net. Mixes in a flurry of life. Updates articles birthday. Notifications memories and whatnot Instagram is a single stream of photos videos, but that's been changing and given a handful announcements at the companies f eight developer conference today, the transformation looks to be picking up speed since his acquisition by Facebook. In twenty twelve Instagram has been steadily pouring over Facebook features, including videos taking albums advertising in private messaging with stories it has coned, essentially, Snapchat. And today the Facebook innovation of Israel evens inevitable based on changes announced at Efate today. If you didn't hear it while here, it is Instagram head, Adam Missouri institute introduced create mode, a new stories format made just for text quizzes polls off Instagram's other features not related to photos or videos. It's essentially dupe of Facebook's color black status launched in twenty seventeen another new Instagram feature donation stickers which allow users to raise money for charity through stories on Facebook users have been able to fund for nonprofit since twenty fifteen and have collected over three hundred million just through birthday, fundraisers alone. As of August, twenty eighteen Instagram has also headed ways for people to spend more money on a platform last month users could start buying products when certain brands directly on the app through shopping takes which are like Facebook shop now add modules, except they don't really look like ads in today. Instagram said select influencers could start adding. Those shopping takes to their posts Instagram spokesperson clarified that influences would not get a cut of any revenue generated from those shopping Hague's. So wanna Facebook's most active features groups isn't officially on Instagram, but that hasn't stopped its users

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"adam missouri" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is as frustrated as you get the goodness of America, the goodness and decency and hard work, and responsibility and sacrifice. That's on display by the American people every single day in their communities all across this. Gate country all across this great state, people of every walk of life. It doesn't matter whether they're white or black or Hispanic or Asian or native American whether they're disabled whether they are gay or straight. There are people all across this country that want to do things better that want to work together. You know, I've gone through this many many times over the past. I mean, if you really look at the history, and you look at the in this frustrates the living daylights out of me because every to every four years every election. I always say the same thing Republicans will be accused of racism Republicans will be accused of sexism and misogyny, racist, homophobic, xenophobic Islamaphobia. They want dirty air is Obama one said their plan is for dirty air and dirty water. No. We don't dirty air water or similarly that Republicans want children to die or granny over the cliff. Because if you don't support their big government policies, you must be heartless. You know, when it goes back while I mean, we played earlier in the program. You know, the ad the radio, Adam, Missouri. Nineteen ninety eight you elect Republicans. Well, black churches are going burn our black crosses or black. Crosses are going to be burned on black churches that was in. You know, horrible added nine hundred ninety eight.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Have different ideas to get the base all riled up because it provides a short term tactical advantage. And so sometimes I can feel frustrated. Look I've been in this arena for a while. But but but what I also know. Is as frustrated as you get the goodness of America. The goodness and decency and hard work and responsibility and sacrifice. That's on display by the American people every single day in their communities all across this country, all across this great state, people of every walk of life. It doesn't matter whether they're white or black or Hispanic or Asian or native American whether they're disabled, whether they are there are people all across this country that want to do things better that want to work together. I've gone through this many many times over the past. I mean, if you really look at the history, and you look at the in this frustrates the living daylights out of me because every to every four years every election. I always say the same thing Republicans will be accused of racism Republicans will be accused of sexism, and misogyny, racist, homophobic, Zena foam, MC, Islam phobic. They want dirty air as Obama one said their plan is for dirty air and dirty water. No. We don't want dirty air water or similarly that Republicans want children to die or granny over the cliff because if you don't support their big government policies, you must be heartless. It only goes back we played earlier in the program. You know, the ad the radio, Adam, Missouri. Nineteen ninety eight you elect Republicans. Well, black churches are gonna burn our black processes are black. Crosses are going to be burned on black churches that was in a horrible added nine hundred ninety eight.

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"adam missouri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:10 min | 3 years ago

"adam missouri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Warriors twenty nine and fourteen which half game back, and it's funny. Because. It's just expectation level. We expect the warriors to win championships. Now, we expect them to win sixty plus games all these kind of things and yet for all the things they haven't done or aren't whether it be injuries or losing to this team allusion to that team. We look at the words, and we got. Yeah. They're just not they're not having that kind of season early on pays for runoff fifty four games. Whatever it is. And yet they find themselves a half game behind the nuggets. So you kinda gotta put data perspective. No nuggets did beat the warriors back in October was the twenty first and as Steve said right there because what happened early in the season. And we'll we'll do a more comprehensive breakdown of this game about five thirty with the countdown to tip off. Highly rated at about five thirty. We'll do that L. Hear more from Steve Kerr and Fitz set now with Kevin Durant. We'll play some of that stuff worrying about an hour. But in just looking at this team, and I was I was trying to think to myself at about the midway point of the season. Who are the biggest threats to the worst championship well in the Eastern Conference? Obviously the length of the walkie is a problem a Toronto with quite Leonard has shown that they're pretty legit. Good Boston is kind of sitting in the weeds. They may have to make a move. Kyrie came out the other day and kind of offended some of the younger players, whatever we're at the midway point of the season because we have so much content to fill both on TV and radio and in print and on the internet with blogs with podcast anything else. We have never been bombarded more with kind of what I call the the now because we can't wait for June. We gotta we gotta show to fill right now. So we were your fans understand that you can't you can't make warrior fans panic make patriots fan fans panic, but a lot of other teams a lot of other cities midwest e so forth south when it comes to college football. You mean panic all the time you gotta talk about now. Now now now now the reality is that if you're a warriors fan, you know, what it's like and how they're gonna be playing in June. It's like the patriots every single year. It's the same drill. People worry about the patriots defense or not people fans worry about the patriots defense. It's over talked about they're done. They're too old to this to that. And then there you go there in the NFC championship game against the chiefs. And the words are the same way. But I did this go back to the nuggets for a minute. Kind of looked at the Western Conference and said, okay, let's let this thing shakeout worth midway point of the season. So I'm not saying that there's not going to be a lot of changes. Because if you look at say from the I think the three best teams right now nuggets warriors thunder rockets, probably those are the four and then when you get to the blazers lasers clippers Spurs jazz Lakers kings. I don't who knows how those teams would finish. But after the first four that's about it. I think the contenders are in the first four I wouldn't say they'd even the thunder contenders. I think the rockets they get everybody back in the rockets are still contender. But I delved deeper into the nuggets and you start looking at this team. They've got the first of all they're led by a superstar Yokich is a star. He's a superstar player the other night. I watched the entire game against Portland, forty points, fifteen boards, eight assists. These amazing. So you got you put them in that category. So twenty three years old. They've got what about seven guys that are in. Double figures have got another guy at nine point nine nine point two. Eight point seven seven point four is for a scoring is concerned. They have about eleven guys that average twenty minutes or more per night. They're essentially what the warriors were when they kind of got started because it is strength in numbers for these guys. They're extremely deep. And then you start looking at the ages of these guys long-term Yokich Twenty-three Murray Twenty-one Harris twenty four now you have a Millsap that's in their thirty three or Barton is twenty eight, but even some of these younger guys, like Beasley or Morris twenty three twenty two Lyles twenty three we're not even talking obviously about Zia Thomas. I don't even know fits anymore. Under this team in. Oh, by the way, Michael Puerto junior was taken fourteenth of the knee injury. Adam, missouri. He was highly rated coming out. He hasn't been played this year. Neither as Thomas. So. I mean, you're talking about a team, honestly, the could ridiculously go twelve deep. Now, you don't need to go twelve deep wants the playoffs it, but the original point is is Denver for real. Well, usually what happens is if you're looking at a team is going to contend for a championship. They've got two to three. Maybe two superstars and another starred add right now, they were superstar Yokich, and they have Murray who's really good in Harris who's really good in Millsap has his moments, although he's older and Barton when he gets completely healthy is pretty good. I think they have a lot of players. I think what they could do at some point. It can put them over the top is take some of that debt and trade that depth where a really really good player. Now what I do that right now, I don't know about that. But again, if they come to the point if they come playoff time, we're actually come trade deadline time more accurately, if they go trade deadline time and decide look we are extremely deep which they are. We can take a few these assets and turn them into a really really good player. Then they could they could be some everybody is focusing on the Lakers because a LeBron James, and I get it. And I do think that LeBron James is going to get kind of sick of this stuff, and you're going to have Ingram and you're gonna ball, and you're on a couple of guys they I think they want to keep Kouzmin. I think that they're going to trade it for a star. Our player, and then they can also sign a guy in the off season. But Denver's another team to watch round the trade deadline because they are ridiculously deep. They have some young players that teams would like to have that for them right now or depth pieces. Even like Michael Puerto junior was the fourteenth overall pick highly rated out of Missouri. I don't know where he is as far as his injury is concerned. But he'd be a guy that a lot of teams would be into. I'm sure. You sure. Depending on what the medicals would say a couple of other those young depth pieces. They could be in a great position to add a superstar player new you put that next yoke with yoga. I'm sure they would keep Murray. And then all of a sudden, you're cooking with gas. And they might be a team depending on who they trade for that. I think could absolutely give the warriors problems come playoff time. We know what Mike Malone can do. So they got a good coach. They got a superstar player. I think they add one more, and they could be an issue now as far as tonight's game is concerned. Here's the great thing about the warriors. They tend to send messages, I'm not a big message send guy let's send a message here. Send a message complaint that doesn't matter. It's again, it's content for TV and radio shows stuff to write about whatever blog about people don't blogging more podcast about. But it's in terms of what it meant. Generally doesn't mean anything. But I think this is the as we look for motivation for the warriors to me this is a motivation game you go in there. It's a tough place to play. They're a good team. The kind of feeling themselves a little bit the warriors going and they win that kind of game. That's generally what they do. So that's what I think tonight will be about. I think they'll be focused. I think they'll play. Well, do they do they win? I don't know. The other thing too is it's kind of become a hot topic. With the warriors being in the two hole behind the nuggets. They would they would by the way, they would jump them tonight. If they win is everybody saying the words can win from the two hole. They did it against the rockets last year. There's no question they could. And again, it's far too early for this conversation, but we'll have it. Anyway. He don't wanna play a game seven in Denver. You know what I'm saying game seven in Houston. But you don't wanna play game seven in Denver. And I don't know that. But Tom does. And he's told me enough times that plane and Denver's not fun. You'd rather have that game at oracle arena. So it's fairly. I'm not gonna see it's really really important, but it's kind of a fairly important kind of important. Whatever term you want to use. It's kind of important because they've already lost to this team this year. And again, it's unlikely that you're going to tie a team. I get that. That'd be nice to get the win not to send a message. But just kinda just say, look, we're still the bully on the block the matter. What you do? I would not be surprised if Denver if they kept this up and were near the top of the conference if they took some of that depth. And they said, you know, what we can get a star player for some of these guys. They got a guy like Michael porter jR, like I said he was taken fourteenth over on with the top player in the country last year before his knee injury. You couple him with. And I don't know what they think of my have no idea what their opinion is. But they've played well to this point without a maybe he's going to be the superstar. I don't know. But you put that with something you you add a a a star. Whether it's I don't know who who it could be. I mean colliding is gonna play in Toronto they're gonna try to woo him. Stay whoever could potentially be on the block. I don't know if that'd be Jimmy Butler if he wears out his welcome in Philadelphia. Whatever the case may be and they add a star type player. Like, I don't think they're gonna add Anthony Davis. Who's to say they could come up with as good of a package as anybody in the league. And all of a sudden a team out of nowhere. Like Denver do that. Again. I don't know that he'd resign. But I'm simply saying that this is a deep young team. That's really good right now. And if you added a big piece to these guys they'd be scared. And they're going to keep Murray. They're going to keep Yokich. So you're talking about two guys twenty two and twenty three years old. They're gonna anchor this team you had one more star this team. You'll sacrifice some of the depth. But that's what you do is a team. You don't need twelve thirteen guys the plastic. That's what the Rhone with right now. That's how deep they are. Anyway, should be good game. I think the warriors will be into sending some sort of a message, even though not huge believer in that. But it's motivational for them. You know, this is a motivational type game. I'd be surprised sometimes even with the worst. They'll play lackadaisical at home in a game that you think they're going to be fired up for IEP Toronto. But on the road, they rarely do that think Milwaukee on the road. That's just they just kind of us against the world out of a mentality. So I think that's the way it's going to go tonight. Anyway, kmby are you want to get into that conversation? We can will look further into this game at about five thirty as we'll get you ready for that whole thing resettled the big stories coming up next. They still haven't gotten to the latest on Antonio Brown will give you that information. Plus what happened? Yesterday at the White House people thought it was some sort of a political statement that even brought it up. I don't like talking about Trump. I just think what happened yesterday was unbelievable. We got that other stuff on the agenda. We'll do it next only here on these words here..

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