40 Burst results for "Alphabets"

Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

00:38 sec | 39 min ago

Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

"YouTube booked a whopping $7 billion in ad revenue last quarter that's pretty much equivalent to streaming behemoth Netflix. Most people think of YouTube as a time passer on a phone or a computer, but it is also quickly becoming a television powerhouse. Alphabet, says 120 million people watched YouTube on TV last month. Calling it the fastest growing consumer surface. They have stocks remain near the waterline. The Dow is down about 90 points. The S and P is flat and we are tracking some delays around the Bay Area will begin with a look at Concord. Next on K G 08, a strong work ethic. Takes pride in a job Well done. This is you, but to get an honest.

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"alphabets" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

01:48 min | 4 d ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going

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Fresh "Alphabets" from Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:29 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Alphabets" from Balance of Power

"And at Bloomberg, Quick Take. This is a Bloomberg business Flash. day mixed as investors assess earnings from some of the biggest tech companies ahead of the Federal Reserve's rate decision later today, the NASDAQ is up to day after posting its biggest drop in more than two months. Alphabet contributes to the most of the advance, while Microsoft also is that after both reported sales of big estimates, as look at the numbers, the S and P s. Little change right now. Up three. The Dow is down to 10% down 60. The NASDAQ is up. 7 10% up 110 Years down 5 30 seconds with the yield of 1.25% West Texas Intermediate crude is now up. Agents represented 72 21 a barrel Comex gold is little changed today for 60 announced the dollar yen Montano €70.18 £15.02.

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Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

Techmeme Ride Home

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Alphabet's New Moonshot Company: Intrinsic

"Alphabet has a new moonshot. it's called intrinsic a new company to build. Apparently although we're not entirely sure software for industrial robots and so intrinsic will join alphabets portfolio of other bets that includes the likes of waymo wing and verily quoting the verge details on what exactly intrinsic is building or who its customers will be are unclear a blog post from the company's new ceo. Wendy ten white discusses intrinsic ambitions in broad terms saying it will quote unlocked the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses entrepreneurs and developers and by creating software that will make industrial robots quote easier to use less costly and more flexible and quote. Robotics have been an obsession at google for years. But the company's efforts have been unfocused and have yet to produce any commercial hits in two thousand thirteen. Google went on a shopping spree for robots buying seven companies and roughly six months including shaft a japanese firm known for bipedal robots boughten dali makers of very cool viral videos and boston dynamics which needs no introduction. The effort was named replicant. And headed. By andy rubin and executive who co founded the android mobile operating system over the years though. No news emerged from replicant. And google either sold off or shut down most of its acquisitions. Why partly because robots are hard to make and not very profitable but also because of rubin's departure from the company in two fourteen after being accused of sexual misconduct which google kept secret at the time. Since replicates failure the company has focused more on the software side of things using machine learning to teach robots to manipulate objects without direct supervision. This place into google strengths and will apparently be intrinsic focus. Going

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Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on John Williams

John Williams

00:46 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on John Williams

"Up about 1/10 of a percent volatility as measured by the pics of the CBO. We is now down about 4.5%. Here's some Wednesday. Wisdom from Apple CEO Tim Cook. Progress made is not progress guaranteed. Oil reporting another booming quarter of Apple earnings and revenue. Cook warned that the surging delta variant in many countries is showing us once again that the road to recovery could be a winding one. Apple's profits nearly doubled last quarter. IPhone sales jumped 50%. Microsoft had its most profitable quarter ever, thanks to greater demand for its cloud computing services and workplace software. And alphabet. Google's parent company also had a big increase in YouTube itself at $7 billion in revenue during the court checking crude oil today, it's been fairly flat right now get the latest number for you. It's up 25 cents a barrel 71 90 a barrel gold is trading down a dollar Chicago board of Trade Beans are down a half a penny corn is up a penny and wheat. Is up 14 cents a bushel. That's your money on 7 20. W G. N, uh, number I in Berwyn, Chicago's very own 7 20. W G. M A funny thing happened to one of our listeners at a McDonald's The other day, I'll read a very short text message. You may have something to say about that. Producer. LF noticed that Sting was the punch line to one of our speed jokes, and then we played a song from Sting, she said. You should hear his daughter. They sound the same. Wait till you hear.

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Nick Cannon's 4 Babies in 1 Year Was No Accident

Daily Pop

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Nick Cannon's 4 Babies in 1 Year Was No Accident

"Let's jump right into this. Nick cannon situation you buys he's got some words for his haters. Then lord knows you'll come in. I'm like a seahorse out here on procreate and if you had to give me one piece of advice what would it be these kids on purpose. Okay so if you haven't how purpose chosen could have got pregnant. I did it happened. Because he wasn't those opposed to give more like a rabbit alphabet all of that you guys on his power six los angeles radio sh first of all. Do you believe him. Because a lot of people don't believe i don't but i think it's very nice of him to say my children accidents because that would come back to haunt him later on his kids are. I was an accident. Also i love. That is being a good father by say. None of those kids were accidents. But i called. B. e. s. Seahorses isn't that the male vega birth. I think if he had to give the bird he go through this.

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Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Out again, it appears we're making up for more than a year of Ms Frappuccinos and other Starbucks treats its same store sales jumped 10% in the U. S in the latest quarter compared to two years ago, But sales in China missed estimates weighing on shares this morning. Google parent alphabet showing better than expected second quarter sales, its cloud business topping forecasts and it continues to benefit from a strong digital advertising market. Apartment rents are on the rise as the economy bounces back. Rents nationwide are up nearly 11.5% since January, according to apartment list and now higher than they were expected to be at this time before the pandemic. Fed Reserve officials wrapping up its two day meeting later this afternoon. And while no one sees interest rates going anywhere for now, investors will be listening closely to what the Fed has to say about inflation. Stocks are lower with the Dow down 100 points, according to Donna Hope, Bloomberg Radio to.

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The History Behind the Creation of the Pride Flag

The Ladies of Strange

02:49 min | 3 weeks ago

The History Behind the Creation of the Pride Flag

"So we all know the wonderful rainbow flag that has become a symbol for all members of the alphabet mafia. But where did it come from. So in nineteen. Seventy eight artists and designers. Gilbert baker was commissioned by san francisco city supervisor harvey milk who was one of the first openly gay elected officials in the united states to make a flag for the city's upcoming pride celebrations harvey. Milk is a lot of good information on that man out there too. I almost covered him. You were about to say strawberries. I was like oh. She would've like stumble over at five times getting louder until we're like women. Are you stroking you no. Don't worry your past the time. Line of where i needed. Okay though so baker who was a prominent gay rights activist gave a nod to the stripes of the american flag but drew inspiration from the rainbow to reflect the mini groups within the gay community. He was influenced by the flag of races. Which has five horizontal stripes red white brown yellow and black which was popular among the world. Peace and hippie movements of the nineteen sixties. The rainbow flags commissioned by the fledgling pride committee were produced by a team that included artists. lynn seager. Who is known as the fairy argyle rainbow. According to her she created the original dying process for the flags. Thirty volunteers hand dyed in stitch. The first two flags for the parade. The original flag design had eight stripes with a specific meaning assigned to each colors. They were hot pink for six read for life orange for healing yellow for sunlight green for nature blue for magic and art into gopher serenity and violet for spirit i really like. Did you not know that. The flag colors actually signified. Why did but. I don't know i didn't know what they signified. I knew they all had significance. But what they dropped the sex one after the assassination of harvey milk on november twenty seven nineteen seventy eight. The demand for the rainbow flag greatly increased in response. The paramount flag company began selling version using stock rainbow. Fabric was seven stripes. Red orange yellow. Green turquoise blue and violet as baker ramped up production of his version of the flag he to dropped the hot pink stripe because fabric in. That color was not readily available. God it makes sense. That was a manufacturing issue. Yes like you just couldn't do it easily. So he said not school would just keep the other ones. So in june of two thousand and eight designer daniel quasar released a redesign incorporating elements from both the philadelphia flag in the trans pride flag to bring focus on inclusion in progress within the community or retaining the common six stripe rainbow designs the base the called the progress flag ads variation of chevron along the hoist the features black brown light blue pink and white stripes to include the communities of marginalized people of color trans individuals and those living with hiv

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Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

01:59 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "alphabets" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"And Matt Miller All right, Greg. Jared, Thank you so much. We appreciate that kind of mixed market here today, but certainly led by tech. We have had some some big big numbers. I mean, big top line and profit growth numbers last night. Let's get some color on what's going on in those equity markets. Bloomberg stocks editor Dave Wilson. Yeah, it's interesting. It's not so mixed. When you kind of look through the S and P. 500, Only two of the 11 main industry groups are higher right now communication services and health care. Everything else taking hits at this point, and then you look at individual stocks who are like two down for everyone. That's up. So why is it they were only down 1/10 of a percent or so. I mean, there are just enough positives, the kind of offset when you think about communications. That's the group where you find Google's owner, Alphabet and out of yesterday's big tech earnings, you know, hit after the closing bell. Alphabets numbers have been the best received, uh, in part because you know, they've had this sort of resurgence of retail advertising. You know, now that people are getting out of their houses or wherever, because of, you know, the Covid 19 pandemic fading a bit, though it certainly you kind of come back on some level in the last few weeks or so. Yes, 61% jump in revenue. I mean, you know, retail advertisers want to get folks And so they benefited from that interesting to to see. Remember, they have two classes of shares. The S and P. 500 voting shares of 3.7% and the non voting shares only up 1.2%. It's the voting ones that have lagged this year. That's why you think they're making up some ground today. It sure looks that way. I mean, you know, consider that on a year to date basis we're talking about class A shares. That's the voting stock up 56%. The nonvoting class C up. 58%, in fact, had a chart of the day. Not that long ago about the disparity in these two classes performance, which is say I'm closing up a bit here no surprise that Apple is the biggest weight on the index just because it's so gigantic. If it's down, it's going to be the biggest weight. If it's up, it's going to be the biggest Balloon, but Do you get the feeling sometimes that Apple crushes the street's expectations and then issues weaker guidance so that it can crush the street's expectations? Well, certainly that's a practice. You can argue that many companies engage in, you know, at the same time. I mean, you have to kind of take a step back what's been the story for all kinds of technology companies in the past few months. Dealing with shortages of semiconductors may sound familiar. I mean, we see even see the auto industry. So you know, it's understandable that Apple would kind of raise the possibility that they may struggle to make enough iPhones and ipads. Given the challenges they face in terms of getting components, or at least you know, the people who manufacture For Apple Do so you know To that extent you can understand what I'll tell you what you hit here. I know. Do you sit next to Curtis in the office? Dan Curtis when he's in the office, So okay. Dan Curtis is a producer for Bloomberg Television. He's also like an Olympic level rower really is incredible. I don't know. I think he rose for N Y a C out that, uh Out out in Westchester. Any case? Um, he showed me a chart today. It's 45 88 on the terminal. So if you want to check it out, you can just type G hashtag b T V 4588 go. And it shows that of the companies that have reported earnings. 88.5% have beaten the street's expectations. Now we know they always beat but not at this level. And if you go back, I think the chart goes back 567 years. You can see that This is the most companies that have ever beat. And I'm wondering if that's just because the analysts are worse than they have ever been. I mean, if it's your only job right to predict earnings, why would you continually miss On the downside? Well, Actually, the chart goes back to the nineties because I called it up here and, yeah, I mean, you're right. You know, it is the biggest beat rate as they say that we've seen historically And you know, you can argue that, uh, the distortions of a year ago with the coronavirus pandemic are kind of playing into what we're seeing now, but it's been increasing. The beats have been increasing every decade. I feel like it's just the kids today. Cannot forecast earnings well, but it's not just earnings. Matt. I mean, if you go through the numbers from Bloomberg Intelligence on which the chart is based, you find that 83% of companies in the S and P 500 are beating on the top line revenue as well as the bottom line earnings per share. So you know, it's like this quarter is even more unusual. It's like the analysts can't get things right in the sense of, you know, they don't know how Strong to recovery. Uh, are you looking up? Let me as a securities analyst myself and having managed a bunch of securities analyst. I'll tell you what's different today versus when I was doing it for a living. Weeding companies didn't provide guidance. Now, companies are not nearly as much guidance as they did back so back in the day. We didn't have a lot of companies giving guidance. Therefore, my own investment was my earnings estimate. It wasn't some shading of what the guidance was on the street. Now company. Now analysts are getting massage argued to some extent, and they're basically just shading around the guidance and companies are putting out Generally lower guidance or conservative guidance. Let's put it that way when they beat whatever the case, you guys were doing it better than these guys and gals are doing today I recommend anyone of the Bloomberg Terminal. Check out the chart. It's G hashtag b T v 4588 Dave Wilson. Thanks very much. For joining us. Let's get over right now to Amy Morris. She's standing by in Washington D C with your World National News, Amy All right, Thank you..

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Blackalicious Rapper, Gift of Gab, Dead at 50

Travis Holcombe

01:00 min | Last month

Blackalicious Rapper, Gift of Gab, Dead at 50

"We pay tribute to the life and work of Timothy Parker, the artist known as Gift of gab. I am seeing half of black delicious. We learned today passed away at the age of 50. Left behind a tremendous discography. So lyrically dexterous. We heard the track world of Vibrations from the craft album that was the last album is black, Delicious. First in flight featuring Gil Scott Heron off the blazing Arrow album. Also the black Alicia's track, alphabet aerobics, the cut chemist 2.5 minute workout. Oh, heart gift of gab is truly an acrobat on the mic on that one running through the alphabet in order. Off the top of his head. We let off the set of music with black Delicious is deep in the jungle, one of their early tracks off the melodic A E p. I need to do as we say goodbye to one of the greats.

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Funding Is Pouring into Companies Producing Self-Driving Tech

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

02:03 min | Last month

Funding Is Pouring into Companies Producing Self-Driving Tech

"Self-driving software firm embark trucks said wednesday. It plans to go public in a deal that would raise more than six hundred million dollars and value the company at more than five billion than there's alphabets just raised two and a half billion dollars in fresh funding as it tries to expand. Its self driving taxi. Fleet outside phoenix and general motors has increased. Its planned investment and autonomous vehicles. Chris gerdes is a professor of mechanical engineering and co director of the center for automotive research at stanford. he's also a safety advisor with ford's autonomous vehicle division. I asked him where all this is going. If you think about everything that you do when you drive a car everything from just making sure you can maintain your position in the lane to thinking about how you predict the actions of other road users around you thinking how you slow down automatically if you can't see well because of rain on the windshield all of these things are technical challenges that require different skill sets and require different levels of engineering development. So you're not necessarily going to see a single advanced from a bunch of smart people in a garage. Lead the field forward. It's it's to take a large team of engineers working together and they're going to require a lot of funding. It should be said that a ton of money has already been invested in this. How far has that gotten us. It's a good question. And i think that's one thing that the industry's asking themselves is. How close are we to the finish line. And the reason that's a hard question to answer is that the really is no fixed list of requirements of. What are the things that you need to do to develop a self driving car. Normally engineering works in terms of use at a list of requirements. And then you develop a product to meet those requirements but in fact the requirements are still being discovered as companies field. They're automated vehicle so the goal posts have been continuing to

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Ex-FBI Assistant Director Figliuzzi Thinking Like a Crazy Person Againn

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | Last month

Ex-FBI Assistant Director Figliuzzi Thinking Like a Crazy Person Againn

"In probably one of the dopey ist silliest media appearances you'll ever see. Here's for Gezi again, who somehow was a manager in the FBI in some place or time. Had a badge and a gun, which is even more frightening, suggesting that Trump is a secret white supremacist who raised the flags back up to send a signal to Nazis out there. I'm not kidding. This is you'll be listen for your don't listen to me listen to figure as he himself. Check this out. We have to understand the adversary and the threat we're dealing with. And if we don't understand how they think will never understand how to counter them, So it's a little things and language and messaging that matters. The president said that we will fly our flags at half mast. Until August 8th. That's 88. Now I'm not going to imply that he did this deliberately. But I am using it as an example of the ignorance of the adversary. That's being demonstrated by the White House. The numbers 88 are very significant in neo Nazi and white supremacy movement. Why? Because the letter H is the eighth letter of the alphabet and to them the numbers 88 together. Stand for Heil Hit! What? So we're going to be raising the flag back up at dusk on 88. No one's thinking about this. Jim. No one's thinking about it. No one's thinking about it because you're a crazy person. That's why no one's thinking about it. You're a crazy

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COVID-19 Variants to Be Labeled as Greek Letters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

COVID-19 Variants to Be Labeled as Greek Letters

"The World Health Organization will no longer use countries names to describe potentially dangerous variants of covert nineteen the world health organization's announcing a new nomenclature for corona virus variants that were previously and somewhat uncomfortably described by the countries where they first appeared or by very technical and hard to remember letter number codes so now the variance causing concern will be named with letters in the Greek alphabet like the variant first detected in Britain once called B. one one seven will now be referred to as the alpha variant the fourth variant found in India is now called delta but scientists will also stick with the original coded naming system I'm Jackie Quinn

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

Daily Dose Football

07:19 min | 2 months ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

"Is thereby do like the fact that kyle amaury stole from the ball but now we are going to hop into a guy that went fifteen picks earlier in nfl draft. A guy that. I absolutely love allied larger more. He felt a second pick of the second round. And i am adjust fan. So i hope i'm not too biased here by do absolutely love elijah more because you look at the offense there. The new york has in place and the did geico davis and they do have them. Zal dumbbell mims there too and jamison crowder and you may think while there's a lot of receivers here but fact of the matter is the jets spent high draft capital. Two goping get larger more. If they're picking him with the thirty fourth pick of the nfl draft when they have all these other holes on the roster. We're talking edge quarterback you can make the case that they probably should have picked a player that was an edge or cornerback but they went ahead and they pick the larger more probably because they had a first round great on him and viewed him as one of the top receivers in this class. And if they didn't think that he could he could become a number one number two receiver. The offense and zack wilson. They probably wouldn't have bothered. They're in picking eligible more. So i think that you have all these. Ribisi were twos vibrancy. Threes in newark. Don't have a true alpha by receiver one in york and you saw gems on men's last year yes. He had injuries throughout the season. So we didn't really see enough from him but clearly the jets haven't don't believe him enough to be born receiver because they drafted elijah more. And when you're looking at college football last season devante. Smith had a great season but a lot of people are not talking about elijah more enough and i believe elijah moore had the second most receiving yards in college football last season in a shortened season. So this is a guy you can make the case for is a very very good receiver and it was. It was definitely disappointing for him. To see 'em fall out of the first round. But i absolutely love this landing spot with zach wilson in leiden. More both being rookies. I think the chemistry is going to develop an plus alleged. moore's blazing fast receiver. He can like a four three forty and this is the guy. That's an impressive rat runner to me to really has a little bit of it all. He may not be the biggest receiver the biggest taller receiver. But i think that he s potential to be a slot receiver a coup number for the jets in years to come so i am all about allied more this year and going forward i think there may even be better than rashad. Bateman and may be the third or fourth fest receiver in this class. Well i just wanna stay for the viewers. You know anybody. That's been listening to us. Knows that you're not just being a homer on him because you were higher than just about everybody in. The industry like the entire draft process before the draft. So i know it's not just because he landed at the jets because i would call you crazy. It was just for that reason. But you know i think you make interesting cases you know it you also knowing you. You're not a very high. You weren't high on the corey davis signing. I don't think that you're surely how on mims of abbas really really Into mems last year Going the draft process. I did not end up with him on any teams because his a draft dot com just started skyrocketing and he the point where i was taking pittman over them. Still then you. I wasn't getting him. On the turnaround you know because i also claypool and gibson ranked ahead of them but Like mims and i thought he was actually a really really interesting prospect. So at night we're willing to give on him after He's got that alphabet. I'm not willing to give up on him after a year. That a complete dumpster fire in new york last year. You know they have a completely new offense. I corey davis kinda showed that he could be the number one wide receiver. Antonio brown was hurt. Leisure you know most of those. Those guys actually kind of started splitting targets down the stretch about pretty pretty evenly. So i do. Think that Corey davis they paid him. I think they're going to at least attempt to get him. The number one spot and i do think mims profiles really well and the outside as well Us why they went out and got him with that pick. What corey davis and mims strengths are like down the field jump ball situations whereas i think Allies more profiles more is like underneath guy that can can really thrive if he gets volume. I just wonder how much volume is going to be there. If they're not running a dominant amount of sets of three watersheds. Because i do think that the other two receivers with their bodies and big catch races will Out snap him on the outside while it's interesting that you're high on Corey davis. And i know i've said before the not hot high in corey davis so i think that's another reason as to why i'm higher on a lighter more. I'm just not buying the fact. That corey davis succeeds in new york. Two years ago not last year but if we look back two years ago and a lot of people probably have wiped out from their mind. But i have not wiped that season from my mind because i was big. Encore dave's heading attest season and he completely let me down lake completely. Let me down. I'm not even sure. I'm thinking was probably healthy the entire season and i'm not even sure if he finished as top fifty receiver in the league and so fast forward a year and had a very successful year with the titans. I'm not knocking him. But here's a guy who was picked with the seventh or east kick in his draft and he was supposed to be the number one receiver for titans and we never really saw that work out for the titans. And i think they declined his fifth year option. So there's a reason why the titans aren't holding onto corey davis and i think unfortunately core gape is a receiver who can be great here and there like a devante parker. But he's not consistent enough. He's not a true number one receiver. You gotta in a way force in targets from the be successful. And i think the jets are just gonna realize the gecko that our number one receivers probably larger more in a number two receivers probably summons so. I'm not scared about corey. Davis getting targets. People were saying the same thing last season about shod paramount and how he was going to have a huge role in that new york offense and what happened in bre shot parent. Who by the way. I was extremely on extremely law. Shot payment last year. What happened to be shot. He did nothing for that offense. So i think just because the jets went after core gave us that doesn't mean that he's going to automatically demand targets. It's zach. wilson's offense now. I think zack. Wilson is going to gravitate Skies like elijah. More over corey davis and a jamison crowder dems. I think the alleged moore will end up being his normal receiver. And i think that the ceiling for more is very high to it. Might it might not happen with a larger more by think by the end of the season we're going to really realize how good of a player that allies are more is. Yeah so

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Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon Shares Soar

CNBC's Fast Money

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon Shares Soar

"Start with a big rally in big tech nasdaq jumping one point four percent today outpacing gains for the smp and dow and closing at its highest level in two weeks. The titans of tech were among the biggest winners of the day with alphabet microsoft apple facebook and amazon adding a combined one hundred sixty dollars market cap today and while the strength was broad-based not all stocks participated in the rally. That's for sure. Recent high fliers peleton and snowflake or basically flat on the

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Google Unit DeepMind Tried and Failed To Win AI Autonomy From Parent

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:40 min | 2 months ago

Google Unit DeepMind Tried and Failed To Win AI Autonomy From Parent

"Back in twenty fourteen. Google bought a company. Called deep mind specializes in making advanced a it systems to mimic the way human brains work. It's an approach known. As deep learning now for years senior managers there had tried to negotiate more independence from the parent company. And now we report that last month. Google ended those talks. Permian basin broke the story for us. And she's here to talk about it. Parmi thanks for coming on the show. My pleasure so parmi. Let's talk about these negotiations over deep mind. You've been speaking with people close to this situation. What did you learn about what the people at deep mind wanted. so what. I learned from speaking to people who were familiar with what happened. Was that deep mind. Had been proposing for some time to google that they could have some measure of independence from the company and this went back actually quite a many years back to around the time of the acquisition so google bought deep mind in twenty fourteen for about five hundred million dollars and actually the year after that. Google restructured into alphabet. It became more of an umbrella company with so called bets that it was managing and that came up as kind of opportunity for deep mind to get a new measure of independence and it was from around that time onwards that deep minds founders started telling staff at the company that there was this possibility to become more independent from one of the reasons for doing that was relevant to deep mines long-term goal which is to create something called artificial general intelligence. Now you probably heard of artificial intelligence. Artificial general intelligence is like this next level of ai. Which is much much more humanlike. Ai right now is very good at doing things. Like nizing voices or a face or typing text for you but it can't do all the different things that the human brain can do. And that's what artificial general intelligence. The theory that it will be able to do that become almost sentient is almost as kind of science science fiction style. Way of looking at a i but the people at deep mind are seriously working on trying to build this. No one's done it yet. But they are they take it very seriously and they they call it solving intelligence and the view in the company of the founders was that hey if we actually built this should be controlled by a single corporate entity

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Experts Predict Busy Atlantic Storm Season

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Experts Predict Busy Atlantic Storm Season

"Experts are predicting a busy Atlantic storm season but not as bad as twenty twenty the national oceanic and atmospheric administration is forecasting in the twenty twenty one Atlantic hurricane season will be busier than normal forecasters expect thirteen to twenty named storms with up to ten of those becoming hurricanes and three to five major hurricanes with winds of more than a hundred and ten miles an hour lead forecaster Matt Rosencrantz points to warmer water reduced crosswinds stormy weather coming off of Africa and no el Nino weather event which would typically squelch Atlantic hurricane activity in twenty twenty there were thirty game storms so many that meteorologists started naming them after letters in the Greek alphabet Jennifer king Washington

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Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

CNBC's Fast Money

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Tech Shares Tumble, NASDAQ Plunges to Finish at Session Lows

"We are all over. The pharaohs action shares a roadblocks and simon property group. Post docs on the move on results will bring it in numbers but we start off with a bloodbath for big tax. The nasdaq plunging two and a half percent today for its biggest loss since mid-march the selling widespread across technology and intensifying into the clothes and nasdaq finishing app session lows and it wasn't just the high fliers crashing back to earth tech. Titans all seeing massive losses. Facebook netflix amazon apple alphabet losing a combined seven hundred billion dollars in market capitalisation. Today alone. That is more than one whole berkshire-hathaway wiped out in a single trading session.

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CES Will Return to Las Vegas

Daily Tech News Show

01:53 min | 3 months ago

CES Will Return to Las Vegas

"The consumer technology association announced that c is officially returning to a partial in person format in las vegas from january fifth to the eighth twenty twenty two while still allowing some attendees to virtually participate the had previously announced this timeline back in july of two thousand. Twenty after shifting. Cas twenty twenty one to an all digital format. Twenty twenty one also plans to host in person events. This fall wonder if i could partially attended person now. A quarterly earnings extravaganza alphabet beat analysts expectations in q one with fifty five point. Three one billion dollars in revenue standouts cloud revenue which jumped forty five percent. That's an important one for them. Other bets the non google part of alphabet saw revenue up forty six percent though losses increased slightly to one point. One five billion dollars you too. Bad revenue which alphabet is only reported since february twenty twenty increased forty eight percent on the year to six billion analyst's predict youtube will bring in between twenty nine and thirty billion in revenue this year. That's on par with netflix. Which is expected to report around. Twenty nine point. Seven billion in revenue for two thousand twenty one later decreased handset sales following always spin off of its honor brand back in november resulted in always second consecutive quarterly revenue decline down sixteen point five percent on the year to one hundred fifty two point two billion chinese one or twenty three point five billion. Us dollars while we did see its profit. Merging increase to eleven point one percent due to cost cutting and also generating six hundred million from five g patent royalties. It's not good as part of its q. Three earnings report. Microsoft reported that lincoln's ad business generated more than three billion dollars in revenue last year. Up more than sixty percent on the year company also reported that microsoft teams now has more than one hundred forty five million daily active users up ninety three percent on the year.

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Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

The Wisdom Podcast

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras

"But welcome back. It's always great to have to have you here. Thank you always great to be back and we don't really have a plan tonight but we always have fun chatting and i thought we could start with I thought it'd be cool. Because i'm i'm sure many of the audience have your have your book and so i thought we could open up to a passage. You know we're going to do that. And you chose a passage. And i thought if everyone there the book we could start with the passage and you could just talk through that that passage. Do you wanna take it away until us way. At what page we should go to the passes last passage in chapter five and in the in the gay up in entre of course it sounds strange to as i mentioned before that we have this time which has lots of words. But it's about no syllables. So we have to understand something about what a syllable is in. The general context of budge arena to set up to understand this passage in a proper way so syllable correct pronunciation Sanskrit correct see lable is shara. I'm not sure so. Yeah look in. The title of the contract says people knowing the chat with in the page number page one sixty eight people earn or in sanskrit shara means something like immutable unchanging so syllable in in In sanskrit Dr alphabet slight tibetan and japanese kanji Ties scriptures in pali scriptures in general all these all these scripts are based on at gupta airstrip syllable zone which never changes. So you know it. Very rare independent buddhism by john general we know that fifty thousand

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Netflix Stock Drops 7% After Flopping on Q1 Subscriber Goal

CNBC's Fast Money

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Netflix Stock Drops 7% After Flopping on Q1 Subscriber Goal

"Out. what happened to netflix today. On the back of disappointing earnings and stock dropping more than seven percent for its worst day since november. Netflix is one of the first major. Stay at home. High growth names report. We're going to hear from the other. Big tech titans in the coming days so netflix. Shoot off a major warning flare to investors that we are in some rocky earnings ahead. Dan what do you say. Well listen if you think. Back to january when the company net flicks in particular had blowout subscriber numbers. The stock gapped up. I think thirteen fourteen percent to a new all-time high. And what did it do over the next couple of weeks. You gave all of that back so here. We are now into this print and they disappointed the stock down seven and a half percent. Today doesn't seem really that horrible. If you think about this doc in particular has been rangebound for months and months and months. i'll just tell you this though. I see a lotta those stay at home. Names not acting particularly well so it may not be great for them and then the last thing about tech says that we've seen this move into mega cap names over the last few weeks we've seen apple amazon. Kinda mount sim moves. We've seen microsoft alphabet. Do pretty well. Also i think those are really dragging up the s. and p. five hundred and then of old tech we have a chart of oracle going back twenty years this thing went parabolic over the last few months and then jim cramer caught my eye today on twitter as he often to all of us. He said it's different this time and ibm ibm breakout. We have a chart going back to january twenty so to me. The movement of mega cap tack into old tech. Seems kind of defensive. And i think the price action of some of these work from home names of the stay at home names acting particularly poorly is probably not great for tech overall

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Biden Meets With CEOs on Semiconductor Shortage, Says US Must Invest

WSJ What's News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Biden Meets With CEOs on Semiconductor Shortage, Says US Must Invest

"President biden met with top officials and senior executives from ford general motors intel alphabet and others today to discuss the global semiconductor shortage. He touted his two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan which includes fifty billion dollars for the american semiconductor industry. That would go toward building factories and research and design and has bipartisan support. Chips are used across industries but supply has dwindled with growing demand for products says covid nineteen has shifted work and consumer behavior

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We Tested the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment Peel

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:07 min | 4 months ago

We Tested the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment Peel

"I've been testing out the dr dennis. Gross skin-care alpha beta exploiting body treatment peel. So it's fifty eight. Us dollars and seventy six canadian dollars for just eight towelettes so definitely up there. But the price point I was a little surprised at that price. Point so comes in a box of age. But i've noticed that they've just started selling a box of two so the box of two is sixteen. Us dollars and twenty one canadian so if you just want to try it and that's a little bit more reasonable. Okay so what it is. It's an all over body polishing treatment. That visibly improves. The look of ingrown hairs caritas. Polaris dry skin and helps reduce the appearance of body blemishes in on even skin tone so comes in this foil packet. Carlini conner looks like the size of like two credit cards put side by side and textured towel when it's unwrapped it measures eight and a half inches by five and a half inches. Okay the biggest difference between this and the peel for face is there's no like step to quote unquote. You know with the alphabet appeal. You normally do step one. You let it sit on the face. And then you like neutralize the peel. Okay you do not oh interest. Oh that's like a significant difference. So they say you can use this on normal dry combination oily skin and it's really to address uneven texture. Acne bunches dryness. I personally loved this product. And for me i do get a lot of breakouts on my back and i have been getting more. It's so annoying just because my hair is so long right now. Because i haven't had a haircut and a frigging year So i thought that this was amazing to get like the way down your back and those really hard to reach areas. I get a lot of like congestion around like even my bra strap yet and then on the back of my arms and then you can use at around the bikini line so used it around there. I just felt like you got so much. Use out of one towel. And you're you really only have to use that. They say recommended like two times a week. I think you could do it even like once every ten days or so and still see the results.

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The S&P 500 hits a record closing high

CNBC's Fast Money

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

The S&P 500 hits a record closing high

"Start off with a major market milestone to kick off a new quarter the s. and p. five hundred posing above four thousand for the first time ever it is now up seven percent this year but the big winner today. Big technology mega cap names like alphabet. Microsoft amazon all posting strong gains. And if you haven't been paying attention. These stocks have been on fire over the past week. Nvidia tesla net flicks facebook alphabet. All-seeing gains a five percent or more in just four days so as we kick off a new quarter could this tech momentum carry

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

09:29 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"As well which people can say that. That's a crock. If they want but myself from heaven covered a lot of Prison stuff over the years a lot of people when they're in that position that's all they have left and if they choose to use that time for some good. I'm okay with that. Even if their despicable person. I'd rather have doing that than being like charles. Manson floating out crazy threats from time to time. Which is what he did right and whenever peach in religious studies. So that's why i told you. I had written to mark. David chapman. Because i was. I'm intrigued by people. Who do these sorts of things but then either become converted or were religious all along and i thought i would glean some sort of insight from the conversations about religion. But i'm still sort of you right back to you elia. He writes but i never feel. He started writing me last year after his parole got denied again. A wow i had been writing him wanna them. They're not very interesting. It's like like he wants me to his wife. And i'm sort of like kind of without a seat his. It's a weird situation. He i think he's frankly from what i gathered from everything He seems like just kind of a broken man. Who's just kind of like doing his time. And noses gonna die in prison. He's trying. i think. I do think that there is a true benevolence in him that he doesn't wanna hurt anyone any further. Yeah think he's very cognizant of the fact that he hurt you'll go on and again. I think earlier in the process he wasn't i think that's evolved over time now that he's matured. Obviously he's in. What seventy now. I guess yeah sixty sixty seventies and i think that now he you know the last thing he wants a surreal old wounds. It seems i mean that could be Disingenuous but that's kind of what i got right. I just felt like high still still. Don't get it because everyone wants to know why right. But i still don't know the answer. I don't think he doesn't answer. I think he was a messed up. Guy i think again. I think steve mental illness. I think that i'm really the the findings we had spoken. I think the reason why the book is so fun to read interesting. Is that those teams that we talked about the gun. Control the religious zealotry. It's an exploration of someone psyche and how it culminated in this wild act. That stole a voice for the world that we needed in. It's it's i guess. Part of what's incredible stories that you don't have a final answer. Yeah it's because exactly it will always be compelling We spoke briefly. On about how. I thought you were mainly like the true crime guy but apparently you have also dealt into the world of tom brady and so we have to talk about it now. I feel like all coming back again. Well i guess you know journalism reporter seven nonfiction guy guesses we yes present we did. Do we also did the pete frady's book About the the kid who started the ice bucket challenge Know that it's it's a challenge that we're actually working on a movie on that as well. So that's beautiful story so we're not just true. Crime hit homey thin. I we again. You know we just kinda love great stories so whatever that might be. Tom really Amick patriots fan. I grew up here. Know dad season tickets from what i was a little kid I do love the patriots. That's why we did the book. We did the book because it was a huge story. This guy who was the biggest you know sport celebrity in the world. Got this crazy case of deflate gate. Which was should have been like a minor equipment violation but the league took it in a kind of power play to crush the patriots crush. Tom brady and they turned it into like a capital murder case. So apple is called twelve and it really reads more like a courtroom thriller. It's more than a grisham novel. And it is a sports by tommy bio you do learn a lot about him and yet we got to talk to him and spend time with them a little bit crafts and all that i'm eligible talk to us obviously but You know with him just winning the super bowl again now tampa. We reissued the book. It came on thousand eighteen. And it's basically about the deflate gate saiga to that super bowl. The atlanta falcons where they came back from twenty to three. That's the story. When he got traded to tampa published a little ground said. Let's update the book and put it out as a paperback with all the drama from tampa. So we added three new chapters about out his His rain at the patriots kind of l. Apart divorce from ballot check in how we wound up in tampa so now with this new super bowl that will have a lot of interest minutes finey like whenever it difficult for you as a writer to interview and cover someone that you admire or you know. We're rooting for in the sports world. You know. I've got a lot of practice with that because i covered a lot of politics and a lot of news like i would. Become friendly has will friends with different governors mayors and da's and defense attorneys. But i always had a hard rule. It's like you know if we got like really close inside hanging out socially auto select. Look if i have to write a story that you don't like i'm still but right. You have to understand that there was always an understanding. There have never held anything back or not. Done my job because we'll personal chicken. I certainly wasn't gonna do it with tom. Gradient casing. I said when we started that book were both fans. And i was like you know. We talk to publish his look. We just wanna sure that you know if we find something about brady it's unflattering. We're putting it in the book you know. This isn't a fan boy walking and it wasn't i think we stuck to the facts Some of the national writers kind of accused us of being like homers patriot. Fan boys can read the book not a big sports fan. I don't know if you are. You aren't but if you if you may like it may not we follow the facts and we tell the whole story and to me. It was pretty clear that the lee went over and above out of their way to embarrassed. Tom brady tried to get some revenge on the patriots for other sins and they use this little kind of obscure rule to do it and it was really a power play by roger goodell. So he's the docstater in the story on. That's go luke skywalker type. Like i have such distance from sports but that was such a huge story. Even i was like what is the big deal. What is going on here. It did feel like a more serious crime was happening literally became a federal case literally should have been the kind of thing where he got. Fine like walter lender plated his ten thousand dollar fine. Don't do it again. But instead they set up the patriots they did this whole elaborate sting operation leaked stuff to the media in turn it into a huge literally. Federal with the motivation. Though well longer story but you know roger goodell needed to assert his dominance over the league really. Nato bob kraft and the patriots kind of got one over on him on spy gate. Which was the videotape scandal. Early two thousands. And i think that the other owners said you know what if you have a second chance to get the patriots. You better do it. And he got that second chance with deflategate and so he kind of went. All in the other thing was that on. Roger goodell wanted to show the league that you know if i can bring the player of tom brady stature to his knees. I'm charging me. So i guess so. But it's fascinating to watch and it's cool. Eight yearbook is at least experiencing a comeback man. It's it's fun you know it's it's it's again all these books of my baby's love it's nece- the get new life and you we'll see so i just love it and i love your writing. I think you're so towns. You already know that. But i hope everyone raises the last days of john lennon and i have no doubt you will continue on your writing. Rampage nonstop frightening nice. You guys are great supporters. And i love what you in salvador show and he he has. I told my wife loves it. So it's it's fun stuff. And i think it's important that you guys are doing what you're doing you know. We're all storytellers and people were locked in our house on. So let's give rents right. We give the people what they want. Thank you so. Much dave wedge. You're the best you are off the hook my friend. Did you know that everyone has an aura..

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

06:51 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"You speak tamar. No we spoke has wife how we not well. She didn't wanna talk. We we communicated via letters. And then i had a brief phone conversation She you know she. Mark has been outspoken in the past. But i think at this point they just like to have his communications done through. The parole hearings would come up every two years which is painful for. I think you'll go and everybody else. Do you think that it's fair that he hasn't been let out. Do i think it's fair that he hasn't been let out. I don't think he should get out now. I think he's a sick person. I think he committed a really heinous act. And i think you know. I'm not a big like lock him up the doorway the death penalty person but myself. Personally if you take someone's life at such a cold calculated premeditated manner you lose your rights and your book does an amazing job of showing how this was not a impulsive right. You know he molded of plan. You know he planned out he. He had a million opportunities to you. Know again the marathon. But it's like that. That was one of things that drove us crazy in in really was horrifying when the marathon bombings. Lucid that that. The young guy. Dzhokhar i at the younger bomber left the backpack behind the richard family with eight-year-old kill and there was a video they showed during that trial the four minutes. A who's standing there the bomb behind the family before off so he had four minutes to think about the consequences of his actions and he chose to do it anyway. Several way marked in chapman stood at the dakota all day long saw john lennon talked to record signed. Got lunch came back. He had every opportunity to call it off. That's when i was reading the book you know as a reader you're hoping that he changes his mind. But of course you already know the ending and i kept wanting it to go differently. You did such a great job of describing that and and making me feel like it could possibly go another way. Not suspensive dramas. What good writing about. Guess some get worked with james addison. He's the best suspense drama and he's he's really become good true crime stuff so we wanted to work with him on this and i think Again you know. What's really sad. Is john lennon was getting to a place where he was going to have. Second half you know what that second act would have been would have probably been pretty amazing in mark. David chapman stole that from the world. Did you watch the movie last year yesterday by seen it yet. It's on my list. Great it is. It's really great. We love the beatles. Of course and there's a scene in which john lennon as an old man is there and it was so moving to me because i guess since he suspended in time i had never thought about like what he would be like now and it so moving because of what you're describing like he was just getting started. It felt like. I think you know you you listen to ringo and paul talk. These days paul was on howard stern recently him. Ringo does most of us think ringo. Just downsized everything like sold all his stuff and these guys ready. you know. they're not. They're not sixty so it's interesting to think about. You know where someone like. John might abandon his life at this point obviously think about politically. What sort of impact would someone like. Him might have had during this tumultuous time on the sidelines. I doubt it. I think he would have been a leading voice on the morality of of this country is nest. I wonder whenever you were looking through the psychological files. If you felt like you better understood mark feels enigmatic to me. And i still don't really know what he was getting what he wanted. Yeah that is a little frustrating. Part of the story is that there is no answer reina. I think mark david. I think the answer is mark. David chapman had severe mental illness. That was never treated. While it was treated actually at some point in his life he lived to therapy and those attempted suicide in hawaii. One point there was a lot of red flags. But i think ultimately what he wanted was to steal. John lennon's fame. And in that sense he kinda succeeded in that. That's why i always i the beginning. This was the first celebrity deaths that i ever experienced in my life but everyone subsequent as had murderer and wall someplace that has been a similar thread where You know the person wanted to not just not just celebrity desolate mass shootings. Things like that with a celebrity. Which the person wants to have some impact we obliged to life wants to have legacy right let. Your legacy is five cast. It's the work you've done in your life. It's the your kids you know. Mark didn't cha the other thing. Why did a chapels. Young young man was using his twenty. S wasn't forty assistant. Threw his life away to to to make ahead limit even though he does try to get out on parole d think that there is a part of him that's pretty content in within his life. But you so. I you know the other thing. We did a lot of research. We read through all the parole hearing transcripts. Yeah and what. I noticed in doing that. Exercise was that he's all his position the first parole hearing he was more defiant and was more All's bravado we he was i kinda proud of what he did and as he got older his tone got more conciliatory and my understanding against the research. In some of the interviews read with his wife and interviews he has given a couple of years he found god more. I guess maybe a different gone. I don't know but he's definitely become more religious jail. He believes now. This is life. And if god wants him to get out he'll get out. He wants to stay in. He does a lot of prison ministry work and things like that. And i know that his wife is involved in prison ministry stuff.

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

07:01 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"We read hundreds of pages of psychiatric evaluations of mark. David chapman each more sad and disturbing in the last. You know 'cause steve. Well i've been reading a lot. About how like you know. The in cells this as they call themselves online are so active and consequential culturally now. But when i was reading his story that's what it reminded me of these guys. That are just sort of floundering and it definitely. The weird thing that i found with mark chapman was that he had a lot of romantic relationships. Girlfriend had a wife He wasn't this he wasn't this insider was frustrated. Hated the world because he couldn't have intimate connection with humans. He did have relationships but he family relationships very damaged. father His mother was no relation that he had a sister and they drifted apart. A you know. Cut adrift around georgia off to hawaii You know the religious zealotry. That's another thing we're dealing with currently in this country. That was a big part of the story to he was a religious And again the infatuation celebrity now remember. He didn't only want to kill john lennon. He had a long list of people. In fact one thing that we wrote about the book. I really didn't know i know it's been out there but i don't think too. Many places gotten into it as deep seeded by. He actually went to the nineteen eighty election. Night events of ronald reagan and Jimmy carter in was going to one of them and he had his gun at the hotel is planned was to kill one of them. He didn't know which he wanted to kill one. Obviously he ended up not doing that. That's what he went. Actually flew with the gun. Brought it back to hawaii. Told his wife told his wife. He threw the gun on the ocean. But he didn't he kept it and then flew back a couple of weeks later until john. Then you think it was kind of bonkers. How when he was back in new york intending to kill john that he kept bumping into all these celebrities and that was an accident because i think he had other celebrities on his lesson. I think he knew where they hung around. And i think he was waiting for the right opportunity to kill the red celebrity yet because you said like after he bumped robert goulet that if he had killed him that it wouldn't provide the desired effect. So what do you think. The desired effect was this vaguely to to shock the world and change the world. You know and i think you know the the mark david chapman says it. You know you can change the world. He really did then. He killed the voice of a generation and there was a lot of things john lennon was very complicated person to you know there's been a lot that's come up with him in more recent years about you know well. Kind of a noble person he may or may not abandons certainly had is Issues with misogyny is like you know but then he was. I believe that was a lot of that was in his younger years. When he got older he was very humbled by the birth of his son. Sean and i think that you know yoko ono was his muse. And you really You know he looked up to her. In many ways lived his life based on what he thought. Yoga wanted him to do. And you know. I think the sad part about the sort of me. The tragedy is that he was just kind of getting his life. Grave supposed to be You know he went through. All this crazy stardom in this. You know these crazy. You know being excommunicated by the government for for marijuana arrest and being you know persecuted in the media. Being this fruitcake. Hippy and all the stuff and he went dark for a long time and just became a dad and a husband and he was happy doing that and then finally emerged and that's when he was word. That's kind of trash. Do you know why he had that premonition that he thought he was going to be killed by gunshot. Like what do you think made him believe that. Well i mean he certainly he report in the book. You probably caught you know that there was a threat in his life. I'm from some extreme some Some political extremists were threatening to kidnap him and his family in old hostage and potentially kill him. I think that. But i think you know you you listen to sound like happiness is a warm gun. That's that's kind of about you know it's about gun violence and it's it's you don't need a rocky raccoon which is a song that talks a lot about guns and you know just growing up in that era and seeing all the assassinations that he saw. Jfk yeah. I'm martin luther king robert f kennedy. He lived through all that that was his time. You know and and i think he was a central figure to the peace movement. During vietnam. And i think he got a lot of death threats during that time so i i think he was always scared. It's funny. I think he was always wary. That someone would try to kill him or sassanian for whatever reason whether it's a crazed fan or some political person but at the same time he lived his life like a man of the pertinent of the not much know which that paradox you know fits him. I think where he sort of felt like this was his fate but he was also calm committed to being normal or accessible. Yeah i think so. I think even to the state of thing. That's the case. I went down to the dakota during our research for this book we talked to a lot of people talk at the dorm and all sorts of people that live at the dakota currently and you'll gonna still lives in that building and i believe she's ninety years old now. We didn't have the opportunity to see her but a lot of people down there at strawberry fields in the building. Tell us that she comes out. Regularly and walks around. Strawberry fields goes needs to john's fans and She's she's a. she's a person of the people as well. Now you know with their and someone that agreed to speak to you that you were surprised by Well we we were able to have conversations with paul mccartney. Which good i'm casey about so i can't exactly you too much insight. But you know we were pleasantly surprised. That paul wanted to weigh in and talk about his friend. Tell us how much she loved him and he missed the Just to hear that was enough for me. You know You know other than that. I mean you know we talk to someone todd. Rundgren was a big star in around the seventies. He was actually one mark. David chapman's original targets. As well.

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

06:42 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"I'm jerry so the husband gerry. Fitzgerald told me the story way back in the nineties early. My journalism credit. I wanna write a bookable. That's a great movie as es way but with a couple you know in love to talk to you about it. I never ended up connecting the one that she wrote the book. And it's a huge bestseller and it is an option for crazy. No because i love them and it's a story unfold. Happy that she wrote a susan english teacher and she ended up your she took like twenty years to write choose took her title wrote it and it's a really beautiful book. You should check it out and you should have a. She's great on my gosh. That sounds so fascinating. I can't even imagine so. That's kind of a thing like when you pick these stories you've got to really think about it and you know it's i'd get better at it. You know certainly. John lennon easy store to pick. Well that's why. I was thinking when i was reading because i follow you instagram. And so. I know that you're very passionate about music which i love and i thought i wonder if that made it more difficult or easier. Would it feel like for you. I kind of boll suggests you know. It's like i was ten years old when john lennon was murdered so i do remember it like i remember hearing about it on actually the the patriots applying the dolphins that night monday night football and how it goes all broke. The newest ray aimlessly out. I was watching the game with my dad was ten years old. i remember. it is a huge beatles. Take time. I still am know but at the time i was like obsessed i had the opposed my wall of the john lennon at the white piano and i had the let it eat poster married when i was a little kid. It was like the first big celebrity death that really impacted my life. So i had a natural passion for this material but then separate from that as a investigative journalist who covered no hundreds of murders in my life I felt like there was a lot to dig into their on the psychology behind mark. David chapman you know How the case unfolded the forensics. All that stuff in reading those sites were was mind blowing. Yeah that was the part i well. I have so many compliments because the book was so great. And you did such an amazing job at providing madison is. He's you guys good team because like too. How do you make a story. That's been told so many times fresh. He did amazing job. I wondered how the heck did that. So we casing. I have been Doing this now several times. We did it with the marathon story. There were several other books of ribble that we just kind of scared our lane and we try to find the story that we think is the most compelling and that maybe people don't know we just did the same thing with the white ball story is been many many books written about whitey bulger But no one had written the story that we wrote which is his life on the run. How captured in how he was murdered in prison. And so we just kind of hyper focused on that. Art of the story developed those characters and develop those details. And that's kind of what we did here with john lennon. We like look. It's the fortieth anniversary coming up. is not a lot about john lennon case. The people don't know what if we go back and re interview everyone connected to the case that we can possibly find. We're gonna find something new that's never been told and and i think there's a lot of those little nuggets in this book You know one one person. I sat down with a guy. Sean strub He's now mayor and some small city in upstate. New york who's a twenty two year old young gay man living in the upper upper east side at that time and he lived right around the corner from kotor. He was the first witness on scene. He'd give some interviews before but some of the stuff he told us he's never talked about in so just to sit down with someone that you know. He described seeing john. Lennon picked up off the ground by the. Emt's put on a stretcher when they put him down hate to be gross but a bloodshot of john lennon's and he said he could never shake that image of seeing lot explode from john lennon's chest and that's very visual. Yeah description you know. Yes and as a reader. I felt like that and i felt like you honored the story but made me feel like i was hearing something i had never heard and i've read about this story mealtimes just like everyone else and i wanted to comment you too about how beautifully woven the references to their music within the character like when you talked about how on mark was holding the warm. Guinan than he was happy. And how later he said gonna shine on like you did a great job of how mark seemed to. I don't know how do you understand it in terms of like his relationship to the music and the story. Did you feel like he had a weird connection. There i do so. I think another piece of the story why it's relevant today's because a lot of the issues. That are the thread that runs through the murder. John lennon exists today still mental illness. Gun control Infatuation with celebrity in mia you know. And i think those are the issues that drove mark. David chapman isolation loneliness. You'll things that people still suffered today. Even though that we're all interconnected with social media some people feel lonelier than ever before you know because they feel like everyone else towards something cooler than that. And i think there was an element of that to mark. David chapman where he felt like there was other people doing cool stuff and he was a loser. Nowhere man you know to to borrow a term in you know. He grew up on the beatles. As i record was meet the beatles. His dad bottom guitar. He wanted to play music. And you just kind of a kind of a failure in kind of a nobody and then as he got older. He became a religious fanatic in as he got older. He learned about the comment. John lennon had made earlier in his career about the beatles. Being big of jesus come when he heard that that made him really angry and he hit him for a minute now extorted hating his idol of the music was still speaking tim a different ways in you know there's a lot of time pack there with his mental state. No he was diagnosed bipolar schizophrenic You know paranoid delusional a hiring zayed. You name it. He was diagnosed..

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

09:47 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Enter promo bring any eh checkout funny that adam he when he'll text me about ethel he for some reason spells it like ethyl alcohol h while and i'm like this. He thinks she's named after booze. Or but i love it. That's funny that seems very like Gender fluid of a name to and you piss bell spelt like the alcohol. That's true like ethel. And i'm not good with that like i refer to my cats by whatever i do not care either and like other day i was I'm going to visit my mom in costa rica. i'm taking my baby bow with me. And so i. I was calm airline to get that all sorted and And i referred to like they referred to him as he or she as he. And so i started doing it and i was like a like i really don't and then he'll be out for walking up like oh my god. You're he's so cute. And i'll be like. Oh it's she but like she doesn't mind. I never pet. Owners usually are pretty sensitive about that stuff. I don't who the dog doesn't care. What is the problem. No one of the problem here. We're imposing our human standards on animal. They're finally that they're totally fine with that. What is the protocol with flying with. Bow these days like how does that go so well. She's a registered emotional support dog and like licensed in all that but they As of february twenty eighth are not allowing emotional support animals to fray on the plane with you anymore. Yeah so she's going to have to go as a pet in the kennel below. Which i've never done and i'm very nervous. But what are you gonna do dater. Oh i'm not fully. But she has these little Like old around your meds. Like i'm like i can't do that but she has. These old lady dog trees called quiet moments shut. She's gonna. i know the name chorale up to the funniest part about is like some of those choi- man maybe right from human version quiet. Yes that's exactly. It has like two of those and she's just like chill quiet moments. Yes five hours like she's my mom was like that's how long she sleeps on the couch. And like you know. That's how long she sleeps at nighttime she's fine. Can you put a camera in there and see what they do. Because i feel like. I don't know i just feel like how the airline doing all that i don't know but i feel like people do this right. Oh yeah. I just am curious. I mean the animals are fine. I'm sure but right me. Nervous nervous greasy. No because i'm just sort of it's a fascinating process. Yeah like is it cold down there. I wanna know freezing. Maybe she needs her. She she might. She'll she definitely need some blank keys. And all my little baby bo. She'll be so much fun. In costa rica playing my mom's dog owners getting free to just know. Can you imagine going from a teeny tiny apartment in los angeles where you don't ever get to really like run around on the grass and like like ever and then she's gonna go for two weeks to costa rica and just be a costa rica dog. Oh i'm gonna wanna come back home and she's going to be like i'm staying. Well didn't you tell me that she was a street dog and somewhere. Maybe this is like returning home in a win she is. She was found on the streets and now she returned to the streets. She's gonna know you know how now she's like. Oh this grass was wet. I'm not walking on. it really turns out. She's super like nah. I'm not doing that like oh that's dirt like when we were camping she She right next to the tent as if to say. I do not like this dirt. I'd like to go inside place. Yeah i remember. She was a real diva patrick. Deavere yeah what you deserve bell there. You go okay. There was an article in the new york times about president warren g harding from many moons ago. And shit about now sure. That sounds like a president. Oblong sound like a president s. Good to me. Apparently warren's grandson wanted to exhume warren's body i guess for some sort of autopsy situation but but on what grounds will annoy you four a reality show. No yes kinda like medical like. Wait a sec. Lemme get this straight. This is so disrespectful to the dead. I can't even begin. I knew and like. I don't even feel attached to the human body either like it's just a vessel. No big but i feel like if the person wanted to be buried like that and then you'd come on so this guy is like i'm not that famous but i got a relative who was ready know what i'd like to profit off of him told and i got an idea so let's go dig up his body and see if i can of turn into a tv show. I just feel like the. What do they call it zooming body. Yeah the don't doesn't it. Take some like laws to young body. Like i feel like what laws did he will. Thank linda a judge. Said no way jose. Oh thank you. I'm so glad that story ended like that christ roll. My is like it a long time to. Because i've been following it for a minute because this grandson partnered with a production company and they were petitioning for this to happen and then we had to wait to hear the verdict And i was so relieved because batman. Yeah what is what on earth and on what grounds like like i could have possibly been like. He was murdered. Ooh you like. I read it a while ago and there was some question about caused death. I don't remember what it was but the grandson wanted to prove something or whatever and that would be one thing if it weren't for this entertainment concept right like you can profit off of that. I'm sorry that feels so grows. It does feel really gross and really What's the word we take. Advantage of explicatives exploitation. That's the whole reality genre. But oh god dead body come on man rising. What are we doing so thankfully. The judge had good sentence and was like No thank you. I wish we could also make it so children under the age of like. I think you shouldn't be allowed to be on reality television. If you're under the age of eighteen and i don't think i don't know this cat him about that too because he worked on dance moms And i'm like didn't it feel gross And he said yeah that The because of the way these shows are produced which is often hidden from the audience. Where they'll say how you know behind the scenes the producers say like how can we get so and so two snap like all suspect that conversation then but we do have a child or to a mother and it it Damages the relationship between the mother or even influences the relationship between the mother and the child to me is not okay. Just it's no matter how you slice it. I mean even. When i had will caveat from dance moms fifteen minutes of blame and i was like how the heck did you even manage. Just the sudden millions of people following you on instagram. Yeah and your daughter like that is so fraught. Yeah it would be impossible for that to be a healthy situation then may again maybe in that particular one it it is. It is bad and it is like i. That's why i feel like everybody needs a therapist. That's on there. i feel like be mandatory. It very much should be But maybe the argument that one is these are girls who are trying to become famous anyway for their. Well yeah i mean you can justify it because it does give them opera and whatever but you have to acknowledge the ways that it can be harmful. I think yeah well. I'll tell you what is absolutely the opposite of harmful and that is kiko. I love this company. And i'm so excited to work with them because i mean if you're a parent or no a child during the last year you know how difficult it has been to keep. Children engaged in learning and and not be addicted to screens. And so that's why..

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:38 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Cube. What i don't like it. I know it blew my mind comfortable and it was just like. Wow that idea is so simple. We know that but then what do we do with that information. He was saying that. This shows the the key the connectivity between everything and how this is energy that flows between us and like Tesla said that we should think of the world. Not as solid what we should think of it in vibrations frequencies in waves and that is everything is really vibrations frequencies waves and at a political level. And when you think about that what kind of energy are you giving off and receiving and where can you feel connected. We feel it in nature. We all know that feeling when we are connected when you like it feels kind of like a buzzing in your body That is like when you don't have any that energy can flow very well through you and then we have things like we were like on our phones and were like stuck inside. Were in our heads. And we're thinking about. We're not present. We're in the future of the past and blah blah. Then bat. we get kind of cut off from that flow of energy and just kind of focusing on the connection and the oneness with everybody. You know i know man already talked about it. But i'm still just chomping at the bit for whenever they legalize microdosing of psychedelics For treatment of depression. Because it does what you're like reset your brain. It makes you see things from the thirty thousand feet yet so important to do that. When we get zoomed in it is so hard they use that as an example. They say it's like looking at you know like a a tapestry like a rug one of those that that has a beautiful image on it and if you're just look at one of the fibers You don't get any information you gotta pull way back and see like that. It's even you know to what it even is. And then you see the picture that will emerge what those things are all made up of and but it's sort of like you know. Sometimes we need help getting their and that's for sure these the work that they're doing to get microdosing. I don't know what do you call that. Like uniform so that it can be medicinal. It's gonna be gray far away from it. We're really not yeah. I do wish things would speed up like even the pot the marijuana legalization on my come on people whose fighting this i don't know well the like drug companies. My mom would say the man who's trying to keep you from accessing. Your you know the knowledge that you have inside yourself to you know. Feel good like higher are lobbying against. Oh for sure. I did not know that. Oh my god for sure and a bunch of people wanna keep that oh yeah tobacco company Wow i hope we make progress on that what we have progress on however is cat litter. Yes thanks like right. Thanks to the good people at kitty club. We got it all sorted over here. Which by the way we got a new cat. Wait what we did her. Name's ethel growing up. You did yes. I dead and we had a dog named lucy and a cat named methyl sues. This very exciting news. I cannot wait to meet ethel So excited she has a nice new litterbox to get to know. That's right. Ethel is sitting pretty because of kitty pu club because they take out all they take more unpleasant parts of cat ownership and they send you the unpleasant part that's so true they're really okay. Is that They send you a box. And it has high quality recyclable litter box the pre filled with the litter of your choice. And then you just open it up they go in there and you can Compost the bucks and get rid of the litter at the end of the month..

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Get some pledge having mean deserve it man deserve it. I'm gonna tell that okay. Okay in that ocean okay. So i saw this. Ted talk. But i put an asterisk next to that because i really am not sure whether it's a true tedtalk or like a parody of tedtalk. It looked real to me in terms of like the way. The video is formatted and like the music at the beginning and stuff. But then i wasn't sure because it was posted on video by the groundlings. Which is the improv group. But i don't know. I'm just gonna assume it's legit even if it's not because the content within it while unusual It actually got me thinking. So here's this story. He went to all these years of school and like realize that the the alphabet song is stupid. Try this i swear to you. This is the tedtalk and he was like. Why are we trying to teach kids. There's impossible random list of letters instead of like in a more sensible way. How this 'cause they don't really ever relate in order. Yeah and he's like come on nobody come on right. He was saying he created a different song. Which by the way is very catchy. And by the end you're kind of like singing along with it. And he groups the letters into what makes sense to him and what makes sense to him is. The first group was letters with curves so letters like the letter. S and j. and then he did a group of letters with i'm not joking holes in them lake. Pr and oh okay. And then he did a group of letters with straight edges and then he those ones doubt i know he broke those ones down by like a separate subcategory of letters that can hold water like the letter w yeah uh-huh and then letters that are stable letter. I like florida ceiling and in letters that are likely to fall. I think that was actually l. Listen tip over. Yeah and then the letter a was the last one but it was like you know what i'm kind of liking it. He you know. And i swear to god i swear i had of course you know because i do weird things like this. I had this thought the other day. When i was in the bathroom i was like our alphabet is pretty cool because like a lot of the letters are just other letters with like other like appease side abby and mike then you take that a and years long gate that and that's the p and then you think that's a q. And i get it. Like and i was like damn. That was though smarter them to just use the i want. You know. I just had a moment where i was like props to those guys or whoever did that and so by guys i also mean women right because that's what i mean by guys all the time i've never stop saying that which is unfortunate but i just so i get i get that even as you say it like w that holds water and then do it starts the w and now as a kid as i'm thinking i can imagine those letters in my head better because you're creating a visual. I'm for this. I got this. I see it I mean i do think he makes a good point about the fact that the Abc song really is just sort of nonsensical. There is no rhyme or reason why they're ordered that way. I was just gonna say. Why do they go in that order right. I do think random although why don't we ever ask that. Yeah maybe we'll also has nothing to do with the keyboard. Well that's the other thing. The person that tweeted about this referenced. How we type wrong to remember. They figured out that. There's a better way for the keys to be laid out on a keyboard. We'd never changed it because it was just like trouble. I do not know that they. This is found that it was thirty percent faster this other way and the guys were links owes a woman who came up with. Oh go figure. Jesus christ almighty point. What is the reason that they're ordered that way. I don't think there is one and so. At least he has a reason behind it. Yeah i'm it. I get and you know what that's what really good ideas feel like though. That's what elon. Musk said he said well. No but i mean he does have some good ideas. The guys nine total weirdo and he says be prepared for people to think you're nuts and he's probably right. Well you know. I was going to save. I don't even have a much as we can like expand on this later but this i was watching a documentary the other day called the connected universe and it was about how this guy who's a Physicist he is building upon einstein's theories and other theories of the past on this like unified theory of everything and Talking about we know this is the fact that there's even though we look at stuff and it's solid. There is so much space in between the space in between protons actual. You like we have matter like protons. So that's measurable and then there's this in between space right. Yeah if you were to take out all of the inbetween space in everything in on the planet just our planet and condense it down to make it so there was no gaps in between you know how big it would be the size of a sugar.

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Of firefighters they'll do those fucking calendars really firefighter auctions. It's okay when we glorify sexy firefighters but you talk about a sexy paramedic and now it's not allowed right if she gave money to charity would be allowed like the like the posters and the the calendars bay. Don't want her to make the money. She can't make them gross is that that's getting grosser and grosser the more we talk about it. I feel bad for her. But i mean the patriarchy man. We should be used to this. But we're not. Yeah no we're not. It's like surprise but more truly like you would think all of these episode of us. Talking about it would be therapeutic. It isn't because like even what's happened during the pandemic how thirty years of feminism and striving for equality in the workplace was undone in nine months in terms of women employment and like my god you know domestic equality done on a good that is that is like it shows that there wasn't a lot of progress made to begin with if it can just on that articles i've been reading have been saying that it was sort of an illusion. It wasn't illusion like okay. You're you go you up some bow or look at her. Throw us a bone. We felt for it. I read this article by hannah rosen. Who wrote a book called. I think it was called the end of men hanrahan that name. Yeah and then she. The article was called the end of the end of man because she was saying i was wrong. It wasn't the end of man like all the you know how they would site these artistic like there are more women going to college and making more money than their husbands. Whatever and then now she's like i was wrong. We were on faulty ground. Like the there wasn't a firm foundation and we lost it all. i know real barrel. Oh well i mean okay well. This is probably a good segue. because that's downer. There is a new company that since we were talking about like onlyfans and all that jazz. There's a new company that wants to make pleasure more in keeping with the needs of women so this is called dipsy and dipsy wanted to provide people and especially women with sexy stories to get them like wound. Up does my favorite thing. This is my favorite susan. This is what. I prefer over porn way more. As soon as i found out about it i thought of you because i love this right because for women a lotta times. What gets their motor. Running is like the narrative yes it is yes puts a sexy correct. Correct.

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"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Like i was on in one thousand nine hundred eight and then her breakdown was what two thousand five i think. Yeah six years were her rise and fall and yeah i had experienced similar questions about my sexual activity or lack thereof and my virginity and all that and become you become like the girl next door but people like. It's just a weird place to be. So whenever i think about it. It's like in the context of my own experiences at that time and blah blah blah. You have similar. Yeah and i can't just that that label know anytime other people want to define who you are. It is going to fuck with us It whether that in your own family. Oh you're like this or whether you you know and a bigger scale when commanding You're out the world ono. You're like this then you get people who who Like cosign those. I'd like frigging justin timberlake. I forget if i was talking to you about this. But i was saying how weird it is. When you're cast on the shows we were on like for a particular character as we are and then you're not that anymore like i'm not a virgin anymore. I'm not a republican anymore. I'm not a christian born again christian in that way anymore and how. Then you're like well. Who am i and our people. Okay with that. Identity is so important and whenever you're in the public eye and you're supposed to be one thing but you don't identify in that way anymore. It's really troubling and being able to say no matter. What am i. Okay with who. I am that's what we have to focus on. What do i feel to be. Okay with who i am. Feel proud of who. I am despite what other it's a. It's a journey of a lifetime and it can really throw you off course when you have all of the world trying to find you Yeah it wasn't. It was one of those things where it sticks with you. I'm sure everyone that watched it felt that way may maybe caused you to have sleeplessness which we all are experiencing right now. Unfortunately yes. Give me the give but as you guys know. I'm always looking for a good night's sleep and thankfully we have a partner named proper. Which i think you guys are going to love. They have these basically a dietary supplement. A capsule that can help you get better sleep and reduce everyday stress. And the thing that made me drawn to it is that it has that gabba product and gb. A which is what. I take in a day to help with anxiety and you can get like you know it's the same stuff that's in fermented whatever like remember how we learn about how kimchi and pickles and stuff can help reduce suck on.

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"alphabets" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

07:56 min | 7 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Date christmas. Thank you what you watching my friend wall yet. i understood. You look like a gay. Christmas tree faggot. See now you go. He just said yeah. He's watching. He's like a certain size and they come in at times. John does kind of actually leaving fifteen times and handle that. He says that. Christmas tree but he's sitting there watching and i hear so folks in the background mayo. Last minute what he saved there. So obviously there's a gang bang on over there A whole bunch. You your friends there. You sound latin. So i think you got your essay over there gang. Bang on on the heart I'll make sure you're well lubricated paul. Good evening it's the cb walker christmas special time for this whole lot. Y'all bring out the animal me here. I know but you're bringing it says. I'm gonna come here. I'm a hippie. The holiday season y'all cb walkers christmas special is a lot like a standard episode of cb show so far the only thing different about it is he looks like a circumcised. Christmas tree Back i was saying hi there. You go from the volts. Cb walkers christmas show on now haley's comet provided a great compilation of rats videos. These are people with the thing about two. Rats is manifest itself differently in every person. Some people just have those like checks for like paths. Yeah i need to go to the grocery store and pick up some eggs. Other people make like animal sounds some people. Click with their mouths. I've got a variety. Here of different techs and vocal manifestations i guess of taraf. Here's a woman trying to make a doctor's point he who who who who who jeez either trying to make a doctor's appointment or her car won't start who he. Hello who who. Yeah yes the is she. She keeps putting the phone on mute. So she'll say something for the phone on mute and then start taking out who. i'm so. yeah i'm sorry. Excuse me yeah my the sneezes. i'm sorry. Can you say that again. Threats ticks are so strange because half of them. Just sound fake. You know what. I mean like not only could be acting who p. e. said sorry. Can you repeat that one more time. Here's a younger by the way that woman's name on tiktok is that aretz girl here. We got a younger girl talking about things. She can't do with things. I cannot do because my to. I can't exactly i can't. I'm not allowed to sit exams in the same room as everyone else couldn't do that anyway. Because i go taking out the dyslexic kids. I m slips it. I'm not allowed to join the army. But i wasn't allowed to do that anyway. Because i'm blind in my left eye. She has got a whole host of problems but it makes sense that she wouldn't be allowed to join the army. Sometimes you know you have to be quiet. You don't wanna give away your location if the enemies are near hiding in a ditch or something. Well what what what what what the iranians will have no trouble finding you suming. We're going to war with the iranians relatively soon. This guy has threats and he's trying to brush his teeth. Oh oh no oh. I can't tell if these are people trying to be funny because he's brushing his teeth. He has a tech toothbrush goes flying and he starts brushing his eyelid. He gets to toothpaste in his eye out. His his account is at toronto underscore lad underscore official and it gets so over the top. You're like down. Think they really have to rats. But there's like normal sounding people. Because i'm sure it's like soft-spoken things i can't do as my to read the most of this please. I can't go is to cinema. So i can't see new films anymore because no one can. You don't want to go to the cinema anymore. i'm not going to be able to sit quiet for focal. Wow shuts up for two hours in a room full of white people an bench while the new condu- songs with everyone else that seems to be a running theme these these tyrrell's kids have to be put in a different room when they take tests. The last one. I'm going to share with. You is a father of a couple of kids. He has two rats in together. They're they're playing jenga which just seems like you would lose that game. Buskens love rabbits jesse. Pacman drugs victims are in the freezer. Next i on my glory muzak sex sex bareback. The kids are learning all sorts of fun words today. All right there you go just some people having fun on tiktok in you. It's you pronounce it in you. It peop- the eskimos right. Yeah in you. It's our group of culturally similar indigenous people inhabiting the arctic region of greenland canada and alaska eskimos apparently prince charles and his wife camilla were in canada and some innuendo were performing for them. They were doing like an annuity song. Which i don't think prince charles and camilla had ever heard in you at sing before because they couldn't contain their laughter. Oh they're loving this For all the wrong reasons. It's not very dignified. But to be honest. I know this is a cultural thing for the annual the singing. But it's fucking they have to understand that the rest of the world is not going to respond well to this. Sounds like fucking musical fucking and you can't hear prince charles and camilla laughing but the cameras on them. Jamila can't catch her breath. You probably sounds like that laughing. I mean it's not musical in the league. You know what i mean..

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"alphabets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 7 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"States is suing alphabets Google alleging broad antitrust violations in the online search market, marking the third U. S case against the search giant in two months. This lawsuit is led by Colorado, Iowa and two other states, and it marks the latest escalation of the antitrust battle against Google. It also comes a day after 10 Republicans state attorneys general led by Texas. Sued the company for anti competitive practices, and it follows in October complaint by the Justice Department. Alphabet shares. Parent of Google trading lower now by 4/10 of 1% stocks are holding onto gains that put them in records after data showing a further slowdown in the labor market. Stoke bets congressional leaders will clinch a deal on federal spending. The S and P 500 index at a record now, 37 16 off 15 points higher by 4/10 of 1% and bringing the year today game Now to 15%. The Dow was up. 104 points up 3/10 of 1% NASDAQ, also to record off 81 points of 12,739 higher by 6/10 of 1%. For the year as that is now up by 42% tendered on 5 30 seconds 10 Year Yield 100.93% gold up 1.2% surging $23 the ounce to 18, 88 and West Texas intermediate crude up 1%. 48 28 a barrel on wt I We've seen Bitcoin break through $23,000 for the first time in history. But David Rosenberg, chief economist at Rosenberg, Research and Associates, tells us he's skeptical. One thing we do know about gold is we know the supply cover goals with certainty. We don't know the future supply curve a bit quiet. People think they know, but they don't really know. S so I would just say that, you know, it's a It's a massive bubble. We're right now. Bitcoin up 9.4% 23,002 whole nine After the bell. We will be hearing from FedEx FedEx shares up now by 5/10 of 1%. 102 on Wall Street time now for the market drivers report with a focus on American depositary receipts, and here's Dave Wilson. Thanks, Charlie 80 years of rising more than US shares, the S and P A. D R Index is up 6/10 of a percent hit the S and P 500 higher by 4/10 of a percent..

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"alphabets" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Is on the Economic Alphabet beat today. When you're a kid, you learned the Alphabet Song..

"alphabets" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Being a Turkic based language, they were able to piggyback off of the efforts made by Turkey earlier in the twentieth century. In two thousand, seven Kazakhstan announced they were going to phase in Latin letters over ten to fifteen year period likewise Turkmenistan Kurdistan and to GCA Stan have all announced plans to move from ceramic. Flatten. Many countries have not officially switched, but Latin is commonly used alongside other writing systems in Serbia ceramic official. Characters can be seen all over likewise Bulgaria has been debating switch but hasn't officially done anything yet. Nonetheless, you can find Latin characters in common usage. China has also officially adopted the use of a Latin alphabet. They created an official transliteration system called honey opinion, which is a formal way to write Chinese words with Latin characters. Opinion was why the city of Peking was changed to Beijing. Pinon has been experimented with with some schools in China as the first system for teaching children how to read because it can be taught phonetically once you know a few characters, you can figure out every word. Literacy in China often means having to know how to write at least fifteen hundred different characters. The Latin alphabet seems to be here to stay and with characters hard coded into our computers. Now, it's likely that this is going to remain the case for centuries to come. Executive producer of everything everywhere daily is James mce. Over on Patriot dot com supporters of the show were just treated to a special twenty minute podcast Ri- give the backstory behind the creation of the show as.

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"alphabets" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"A real treat today. This is the best one yet in fact I was so excited. I called my mom to let her know what we're covering today day. First Story Nick you know the United States is the only country not in the the Paris Agreement for Climate Change Jack. I heard Nicaragua and Syria sinus thing. They both joined after he withdrew. Well guess what Amazon in any way in fact. It's going to get their ten years years ahead of the deadline and this is a huge win for one specific electric-car. Startup second-story is Google Parent Company alphabet starting drone delivery with Fedex and Walgreen walgreen starting next month. This is like a smorgasbord of names. We jumped into it. Snack style. Transportation Revolution is happening with all third funnel. Story is the biggest Unicorn one of the day freak accord. We're talking about stripe the payment process which just hit thirty five billion dollar valuation that puts it ahead of AIRBNB. Let me repeat a freak accord. It also ahead of we work almost definitely based on the horrible situation well. That's just awkward now before we jump into all that we gotta talk about another. Unicorn we got here. Casper Casper is worth a little over a billion dollars making it a Unicorn. It's actually not even a Unicorn. We call it a brand corn. It's a direct to consumer company. It's all about the brand this brand. It's got a great brand. I want to go to bed with this. Brand is so cozy next basically just want that cozy up to youtube. It's an adorable thing but they're not just mattresses. Casper's like obsessed with just the whole sleep situation in your life. We've talked about this before they abetting their pillows. They also have sleep pods and they also have mapped stores. We can take a half hour nap and try out the bed now. One of the CO founders also also went to Brown. He's a medical background and he's decided you know what we need to kick this leaping up a notch. Jack and I thought this was interesting. We're not talking. melatonin tablets were talking. CBD Gums Gaspar the Mattress Company is getting into CBD Gumy's to help you go to sleep faster but if you're so into sleep casper you know what else works for Sleep Documents Iron Pan Dan on the head guys. Can you just start heating up some milk crawl for God's sake. Let's get your stories.

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"alphabets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"alphabets" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Amazon alphabets Google at a nonprofit foundation will Duke it out in an auction for the rights to operate the dot kids or dot kid, internet, domain Democrats in the Senate are preparing to force of vote to roll back. A Trump administration regulation that expanded the availability of health plans that don't comply with ObamaCare regulations and the IRS disputes a treasury department audit report that says the agency failed to refer more than one thousand complaints of illegal political activity by tax exempt organizations for further review, Bloomberg law, everything you need. All on one legal research platform, including guidance analysis and Bloomberg market intelligence. Find out more at bloomberglaw dot com. Now in other Legal News. Let's look at Brett Kavanagh's first day as a supreme court Justice where a heard oral arguments in two cases involving the US armed career criminal act for more on this story, June Grosso speaks to the Bloomberg news supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr. Greg. I understand there were lines outside the courthouse. What was it like inside the court for Kavanagh's, first or large amounts? June. It was remarkably light it was almost almost an era frivolity to the argument. Not especially huge cases. They have to do with sentencing for gun crimes. But there were plenty of jokes that the session started off with right before the argument Justice Elena Kagan was was quietly joking with new Justice Cavanaugh. And then later on in the argument, there was a moment where Justice Sonia Sotomayor, you up here to playfully pinch Justice Neal Gorsuch to demonstrate appoint a question. She was asking about the reach of the central statute, no disruptions in the courtroom knows no signs for those couple of hours that there had been this incredibly consensus fight. Do you believe that this was deliberate on the part of the justices? This very lightheartedness. I I do it hard not to be. And certainly I mentioned Justice Kagan. She is somebody who's very much of a coalition builder. She somebody who cares off. A lot about having good relations with with her colleagues, including the ones who don't agree with her because she knows she might neither votes in some cases. So it wasn't surprising to see her being very friendly towards Justice Cavanaugh. I think you know, all the members of the court would like to be able to take a deep breath in and stay out of this political fray and just focus on going about business as normal. And and that was essentially what they were trying to do Justice Cavanaugh was known as an active questionnaire on the DC circuit court of appeals TD asked many questions did he asked I believe a total of eight questions in the two one. Our arguments in the first Casey ask questions of both sides in the second case just asking questions of the the lawyer for the Senate in the case, he was focusing among other things on a key precedent about the reach of the federal law and the first cave asking both sides. How do you square your argument with what we had in the supreme court said in in twenty ten case. He definitely done his homework before the argument. Bloomberg news cream quarter border, Greg Stohr.

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"alphabets" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"alphabets" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cool alphabets in order to get him recognition it is amazing how much we as humans will adapt ourselves site to the technology right now it's it's absolutely true and yet and then the question becomes especially again i know the speakers of but each of those assistance you have to talk to them differently negative so you have to learn to talk we will do everthing zero there're than alexi which becomes a big problem again backed his the combat i made earlier but um but you know it's interesting is a 'yes being and again i agree with you overhype tremendously but it's being talked about in all kinds of interesting applications like samson the wall we were talking about the animal an amazing tv this modular tv he were still trying to figure out how big the modules are but um and then part of what they are also doing behind the scenes ears for some of their video processing enough scaling for 4 k and k they're claiming that some of the video processing they're doing is actually using a wry armed spilled on a 100percent cleared me zachary how their leveraging older y'all ain't that it's it's it is the texting those that edges led the edges of building the answers actors of roads in the d blur the handling yeah but it arab i think it was more video processing i agree with you bring it opened again that's how some people are are talking about that and then you know and also another thing on the car side his um we're seeing a lot of voiced integration into cars by winnings ago election google assistant being embedded in to uh two cars and then you know we've also got like i said there's there's silent there's the crazy gadgets that people are are seeing i haven't seed about i saw a number of people running up on on twitter some some sharp that has a um you can use radar to see through a wall or some kind of interesting way of leveraging technology is deserved rule wall uh so there's always those kinda crazy things ton of vr an a r i got to try out via invidia holo deck which is their idea of a.

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