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"andy lon" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

12:04 min | 10 months ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Still dot Sir. You take care of you. Don't take care of you. Still Still Desert Los in Russia per the high numbers. This could be because they attributed some initial desk to other causes because they had more time to prepare because they were doctor. Dr Contradicts those numbers. You're never GONNA get a window you're never going to get the true number out of their Putin showed up to a hospital like four weeks ago in a whole full Hazmat suits and at that point I think Russia was a claiming they only had fifteen cases or something like that total. He wouldn't show hospital has Matsuda. They only fifteen cases. I mean they've obviously had a big problem for awhile was outside of a helicopter on strings waving weaving into the hospital. Has I think Putin's got a pleasure squad of his own if you know what I know. So several com. Yeah so taking it. To the Internet the Kremlin extended lockdown orders to May eleventh there. Putin is not looking good. So we'll see taking the Internet Richard W painter says if any Russian doctor's care to explain how President Putin could have done a better job protecting his people from corona virus. The time is now the window of opportunity is open so he thinks he's a funny guy fucked up troll Richard Richard Painter. She's pretty good. Yeah it's pretty fun so it's no worse than we did and it was just no no. You're right you're gotta get gotTa get to just craft you than us. All right FELLAS GOT. We got a couple of minutes here to make the second round. We've got a get these commuters if there are any right now Do the show quick. Let's go back to space mountain to set off the second round. Nasa is hard at work moving the future of the space program into the hands of people. Like Jeff bezos. But we're talking about earlier Elon. Musk in a way. For the likes of Boeing and other long tenured aerospace contractors last Thursday they awarded Moon Lander contracts so to build the next S- Craft that will land on the moon to blue origin. Visas company SPACEX Musk's company and one other company called like dianetics or something to compete for building mood landers by two thousand twenty one at which point whoever's got the Best Moon Lander in two thousand twenty one is GonNa be tasked to build that Moon Lander and get it onto the moon by twenty twenty four. Which is what. President trump has requested. These billionaires are competing against each other up to build a fucking Fort on the moon and whoever wins is well. I hope that third companies not actually dynamics cut means the scientology's take not it's not l Ron Hubbard's dianetics fools by made his they'd win. Yeah well whoever does win And gets to build the Moon Lander Wall so probably play a big role in the larger project of building a permanent base on the South Pole of the moon which is called project artem EST by NASA basics. That's happening twenty twenty four. I mean it's just a I know he's a smart guy but he just he developed a fucking really a successful way to get goods. You through through a different. It's like it's like the guy who invented the cheeseburger building fucking space rocket. You know what I mean. Yeah it's a lot like our watch out. Watch what you say about because you can make fun of being genius but if you make fun of him for being wealth is this. What about Roy Crock? He writes me a lot of Roy clock. Mcdonagh that's what I'm saying. Crock like rock anyway. Recipes US more than mosque in terms of craftiness ingeniousness. We'll see we'll see how that plays out. We've got a lot of time. Left with those clowns SPACEX will be taking astronauts to the ISS on the Dragon cruise ship on. May Twenty second. That's the first time we got a Private crew private shuttle taken up NASA ASTRONAUTS ISS and most importantly we finally know what causes F R B's Fast Radio Bursts. I have been saying have been caused by aliens this whole time 'cause they're called Space Ball Keno scientists news unfortunately for us it's not fucking aliens Wa wa Wa it's the type of neutron star called a magnet tar that releases intense amounts of energy for only fractions of seconds at a time and then that energy which is bright flashes sends. Frb's rippling all the way through space into neighboring galaxies. The reason we found out what it is finally we have a MAG guitar going off in the Milky Way right now. We're actually watching it. We see what's happening. That was living on. Who's living on the magnetized right hard? Yeah nobody knows what's inside the Magyar. It's coming from there so anyways. I thought it would be something exciting but I feel like I had to report it because it's just come for that by the way guys you guys got to watch that That documentary that the guy told the unacknowledged on Netflix I'm about three quarters of the way through it. It's very good. Oh she's here. We go to watch the hell. Yeah right all right guys. My last story might have been a little bleak with the economy in the Just having fun with the guys that most of us are GONNA be fine. Don't worry but this story this wants so truly heart warming uplifting tale no way no way around it That son of a bitch bond villain robot alien from the Future Lawn Mosque has lost his mind. Publicly lost mine publicly. He's just losing it and it's joy to see because I hate the guy and it's like the time he's lost his mind publicly. He's called a guy pedophile like a year ago. Got Away with the track to that story if you don't follow on twitter What you probably do. Since Yoda's thirty million followers you should do that today. The man tweet some truly wild shit even before crossovers you may remember. He was charged by the SEC enforced to step down as chairman of Tesla over his tweets. He's always tweeting about weed. And Grimes and just generally interesting shit like going after the pedal guy but for the most part he just seems like a normal jokester online maybe not a public figure or CEO. But look at our president. Twenty twenty. And I'm cool if you wanted or Donald WanNa pop off some jokes while the fuck dot but now enter Kovic nineteen and it's gotten a little out of hand for you on It's not funny anymore taking it to the Internet. Ilan said this on twitter last week. He said my girlfriend at Grimes Z. Asses mad at me. Nice that's all that's all I had for that and then Earlier in the day said later in the day Tesla's stock prices too high in my opinion. So just dump Hamasaki now. Let's get into the covy at stuff on March sixty tweeted. The Corona virus panic has done and then on March Sixteenth Tesla Defied California shelter in place order and held it. Silicon Valley factory open and then a bunch of workers got sick with covert team. He just kept him and kept him in the office several weeks too late and they all that sick but a lot of them on March seventeenth. He proclaimed that kids are essentially immune to the virus in all fifty states have reported positive cases for Children. They get a low rate but things are popping up for young people like covert foot. Which is disgusting if you haven't seen it it's those yeah. Purple Toes Red Rashes. It's disgusting and they're also more serious things like fatal strokes occurring in young people so kids are not essentially immune to the virus. Everyone on March Twentieth said. Many doctors are not treating patients due to fear of giving or receiving Covert Nineteen. So just call it a lot of doctors cowards. For No reason on March twenty then he publicly announced on twitter he was going to donate ventilators to hospitals and looked like a hero on April sixteenth. Tweeted out a list of some of the hospitals. He sent ventilators too and when they were reached out for comment they said he actually sent us sleep apnea machines no way you can save the lives of covert nineteen victims. Looks like a hero and he sent these fucking machines thousand exactly like no. She likes the submarine to was exactly exactly. So where's the submariner action? We'll fuck you. You don't like my ventilators you're a pedophile. Where is it couldn't do it? That that's why he just went straight to free American now. That was that was. That's why he went there so then he went to free America. Now that was one reaction and then the last reaction I think this is the true reaction to people not like an asleep apnea machines and give him a hard time. He said I am selling almost all physical. Possession own will own no house. It's like what so then update on that one. Forbes is reporting that you on musk's listing of his larger homes for sale anyone forty million dollars for them so maybe maybe keep an eye on what he's saying on twitter he's following through with it. Yeah I don't know if it wants you to buy those things exactly J. Your House on the market the j both staff twitter yeah. Oj CELERA's house. I'm just saying he andy. Lon both need to go away. Stay off twitter delight. I love fallen. Both of those guys. They got a little bit. Different one's a double murder ones. Just just wait. Just wait wait. Let's keep going dark. Is it easily the best news of the week Oscar winning actor and top tier loose cannon? Nicholas Cage has secured the highly coveted role of Joe Exotic in upcoming scripted series. About the tiger king. Yeah and now that its cage. I really couldn't imagine it being anyone else. I'm fucking excited. This'll Zach restaurant could have been a decent jokes compared to cage no way. They're roughly the same age. Cages and Oscar winner is a fucking nut job. It's going to be perfect brother. The series guys is being produced by imagine television. Which is Ron Howard and Brian Grazer company and and CBS television will be footing. The bill is the studio. No word on who will be distributing the series yet as it will be taken to market in the coming days but based on their current own it or nothing business model. My guess is net flicks is probably out. Now keep in mind you. This is different than a scripted. Tiger king story that we once heard about a couple of months ago which is an adaptation of the wonder podcast titled Joe Exotic. Where Kate McKinnon will be playing Carol Baskin different thing so we are competing scripted tiger king series or films coming out have both can one hundred percent. I just always sell them life rights. I watch both watching both watching the nick cage one. Yeah I'm not watching the Kate McKinnon watching Nick Cage for McKinnon's hilarious. She's like the funniest person on. Snl By four but yeah exactly Carol. Bassin's character is not like a comedian character. She's going to be more dramatic in that role. Nick Cage as camera POPO CANCO discuss destroy committing to one of these two movies. That's the cage one if you have to do one but we'll look is the nick cage wins based on a Texas monthly article titled Joe Exotic Dark Journey into the world of a man gone wild by leaf registered and this will mark. Nick Cage is small screen. Debut has fucking His first television show of all time. My guess is This one's probably GONNA go. I don't know if they're the ones going to happen or not. Because they don't have a writer for it yet but I am really really excited cages. One Take Jake. You just get him onset. He'll have that movie pumped out and we need to be a good take. Let's take it to the Internet. Real quick One Nick Cage. Fan says does he know is GONNA be Doing math with naked dudes and nowhere Jess Nathan. Nicholson says why thank you signed up Europe Seventy Do said checkmate atheists and then rip. Kobe said can an asteroid. Just hit the earth ready. Jesus Christ so a couple of revelations tweets there Yeah we'll see. It's going to be fun. We know that that Asri better wait until we've watched this movie. Yeah what's going to be marked mark the second coming? It's the end. I'm going to poop and said it's not going to be nearly as good as the real thing so I'm not gonNA enjoy it very cool west. Some look forward to very cool all right yesterday I covered his story from stillwater. Oklahoma about the Mayor Names..

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"andy lon" Discussed on The Tesla Show

The Tesla Show

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"andy lon" Discussed on The Tesla Show

"Caleb Hey Mike how are you. I'm still doing quite well. Is the second time this month. Things are picking up is the second time this month as there was a pause. Pause there and you may miss little pause made me think am I remembering this correctly. No it is it is my memories just got faulty. There's just a lot of good stuff happening. So says is the season well and we did say that we expected this would happen. So that's true. Can't blame us for being car holes again. We called our shot got. So what are you drinking tonight. I am drinking a Margarita. I was recently out of the country in a hot climate and was drinking MARGARITAS air. So had bring it home because it's a little cold and a little bit dark here so wanted to refresher. So this is a classic Margarita with Contro Lime I can't remember exactly what Shaquille it's not Tito's but still good one and on the rocks a double double rocks class. Do you drink did you saw him. I did not tonight. I usually do but I didn't. I only have like really thick rock salt. Aw Sea salt so. Do you not have a mortar and pestle you can smash that up. I know but I didn't. I didn't go to that that length tonight. You're too busy preparing for the show. I was lots of notes. Big File what are you drinking. It's understandable well since we are going to talk about pickups tonight I am drinking a beer Myemma I'm I mean not a bud light or anything. I'm drinking a Something called Stealth mission. It is a West Coast EPA from Alvarado Street brewery down in Monterey Delicious West Coast quite nice and feeling very manly drinking a beer talking about pick ups you know as yes I do. Yes so we are here to talk about the Tesla cyber truck and the cyber truck event that led up to it. We were fortunate to get some invites from listeners. Offers ago down but weren't able to to attend however we we did watch the event and obviously follow along and we are recording on Sunday November twenty four th and so we also have the benefit of a few days his post event to share some thoughts. And there's been some new information that's come out from Ilan so we We have probably very complete information information about this launch to share with everyone and also just had some time to digest everything. So that's really from your side. I I just watched the show today and I've I've followed nothing else so it's going to be good because we're getting your instant Instant reactions and opinions about this so uh I'm sure that will be fun. So a couple of things leading up to the events Yvonne had been tweeting about the cyber truck for quite awhile Up until a few months ago we really only knew of it as the Tesla pickup truck and even back in the summertime when they did the test a shareholder letter sorry Cheryl event which was at and someone had asked him. Would they make a truck and this was a woman who had horses and needed to toe and so she had a Ford F one fifty. If I'm remembering correctly and so you'll on it said yes we're going to do it It's it's going to be amazing. It's going to be better than F one fifty. It's going to be super powerful and pretty much anything you can do. An F. One fifty you'll be able to do with this Tesla pickup truck and that we would unveil it soon soon and and then about a month or so ago he said we're gonNA unveil it in November and that lined up up quite well with a cultural reference where blade runner with Harrison Ford is actually the opening credits. Let's have a sequence where it shows that the movie is set in Los Angeles in November of two thousand nineteen which at that point in eighties was the future and Andy. Lon heads had recently started calling at the cyber truck in the third quarter earnings release and note and so it was sort of funny because he and he was saying it's he thinks is their best product ever. His brother had been saying that. It's mind blowing knowingly good so expectations were extremely high going into this event and there were all these interesting renders and we had that spy shot. Not Spy I shop sort of leaked photo from John of the front of the truck and people couldn't make sense of it because it looked like a flat piece of glass with a light bar on it and seem very strange people thought it was the back of the truck and there was all that about it and so going into it. I tweeted a a little bit on the on. The twitter account about sort of expectations and obviously blade. Runner has quite a intense Futuristic look but it's sort of a mechanistic like mechanistic Kinda look it's kind of grunge a little bit punk. It's kind of a dystopia. Yeah Yeah it's dystopia Ian and and it's very angular and so I was expecting something pretty pretty intense and even tweeted. Maybe that it would be just a metal finish and not have paint so I feel sort of vindicated about that. We'll get to that shortly shortly. But what's interesting. Is that the event. This was kind of wish. We could've gone in some ways because this seemed like it was one of the most produced events. They've had bad because they had a delorean. The delorean from one of the back to the future movies. They had two vehicles from the original blade runner and they had a few other vehicles and I believe they're all probably borrowed from the Peterson Museum. I believe it is in L. A.. Which is a vehicle museum On and they had folks who were playing with a Tesla Coil With like body armor on and doing crazy you know spectacles with this this massive tesla coil. And then they had. They were serving Rahman as sort of a throwback to blade runner because decker orders noodles from A street vendor and when they went inside They this was the same place where we had the roadster and semi event vent and yet it was totally different because they had massive massive sets of lasers set up. So if you've watched the event and there's an incredible number of lights like it looks like a crazy dance club situation and has retro future as the retro-futurism was cranked up to eleven super high and it started pretty close to one time maybe five ten minutes late and it opens with with a holographic style. cyber girl talking to you in the style of Blade runner and insane. How they've got this new cyber truck and it's going to help save the world and then and then along comes out and Alonzo dark leather leather jacket and kind of looking a little bit punk? Did you notice. His hair was kind of spiked up a little bit differently he he has hair and it slightly different way. anyways can't say I'd noticed dot no. Yeah he's changing his hair every once in a while but it looked a little bit more spiked up but very quickly they got into it and very very quickly glee within a couple of minutes after showing some pickup trucks and how they all look the same and how. They've looked the same a long time and that we need to get to sustainable pickup trucks. Because they're the most popular segment. We'll the most popular three vehicles in the. US happened to be pickup trucks and so to make a dent in the US very substantially want to have a pickup truck. And he's like okay. Let's bring out the cyber truck. They start rolling rolling fog like dry ice on the ground cranking up the music starts to sound like a blade runner slash terminator and then they cut over and I was standing up staring at the screen watching this thing and you see it roll up and you see the the lights shining through and this crazy beam of of light come out and and then you start to see the see. The windscreen coming through and the windscreen is like just super flat and really intense raked windscreen. And then you see the side of it and it just like a flat plane of metal with a massive crease in it and it just looks like this crazy crazy like vehicle that look like a light holly model like they didn't have enough polygons to make a fully rendered model again a old. CGI movie yeah exactly. It had such a presence to it and so so incredibly different than any vehicle that I have seen ever that wasn't a movie prop and also certainly certainly very different from the design language of any Tesla. Because when you think of Tesla you think of curbs and trying to be as zero dynamic as possible and super smooth even to the point where like the Model X. Many people don't even really fully consider an SUV because it doesn't fit the prototypical shape of SUV. And so then you look at the cyber truck and we've got some photos in in the notes as well that we're looking at and and it doesn't have the proportions of a pickup truck. I mean if you if you were to see it from the side it it looks uh militaristic it looks very futuristic and it doesn't have any contours it's it's just one body line sweeping sweeping upwards from the front. And that's it so there's really two planes on the side there's a plane that matches going upwards and the plane going downwards and it's just a triangle the top section is a all you know it's it's a forward-facing triangle and it's it would be very easy to draw this sucker after you've seen it once. Yeah I I mean what. What were your initial thoughts seeing? Was this 'cause you you've probably seen some photos of it now but what. What were your initial thoughts when you when you saw it? Yeah my first. My first reaction was that it looked like a movie prop It looked like something out of a movie where they clearly like some sort of special effects. Judy has clearly taken a chassis of a production vehicle ripped off the body and then put this futuristic body on on top of it like usually if you if you like especially back in the eighties you could clearly tell that it was just a corvette body or something and they just like put a new body on on top of it wouldn't Beckmann the cars used to have Chelsea's and you could just take the body off and put a new body on reminded me of that. My my first thought and looking at it is that it looked like there was like no headroom in the back yard. I was looking at him. Like that. Looks can be very uncomfortable for the people in the rear seats And I was honestly a little surprised that it didn't have the sweeping kit late. Like from Knight Rider across the Front. I thought for sure they would have like it. Looked like it should have that in there as well that would have been a very Yulon Tesla thing to have a little more going to the frustration. Tation.

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"andy lon" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"andy lon" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"And I'm hoping that it'll become a discussion point and it will gather some momentum. So in terms of what I can do. That's thing. Number one thing, number two that I've toyed with, is this, I actually think storytellers, you know, science fiction writers, and others people who produced TV and movies. I'm not one of those people can do a great deal. To advance political Justice and to help people dodge, bullets, I think a very big reason why we survive, the Cold War is that we spent decades telling ourselves terrifying ghosts stories, you know, with names like failsafe and on the beach in Dr Strangelove and war games. And that made the dangers of that period, extremely real and visceral to everybody. And it transmitted up from the body politic to politicians. It was clear to everybody. We do not want this to happen. And so, when the Cuban missile crisis came along and other crises as well. We didn't have to count on the chain smoking people in those war rooms in Washington and Moscow to have great imaginations Hollywood and writers and others had already exerted their imaginations on their behalf. And so, I think that, you know, actually my, my most recent novel which came out of year and a half ago is called after on. There is a sense, bio terror subplot, it's not the center of the story, but it's in there and it warns of something rather similar to this. And I think maybe my next science fiction novel should be like a real, I tend to write things that are fairly esoteric and appeal to a fairly narrow and brainy a group of readers, but maybe I should just let myself, right? A real rip roaring page turning potboiler that years on this kind of story or hopefully, encourage watts of other science fiction writers, and, you know, movie and TV people like get the stories out there. I think one reason why Silicon Valley has actually taken super AI risk more seriously. More quickly than one might have expected. Is that movies like Terminator really made this concept, popularly, accessible movies, like X mocking movies, like two thousand one space odyssey. Those are Sifi scenarios there. Simplified in some ways, and those particular scenarios aren't going to play out, but the created this incredible shared cultural, familiarity, and also a shorthand for us to talk about it. And one day I won't forget, somebody a friend of mine came up to me and said, holy shit. Man. I just saw a tweet Andy. Lon is afraid of the Terminator scenario Alon is afraid of was at seven eight syllables in those seven eight syllables an enormous wealth of information and alarm was transmitted to me, because I knew at the Terminator scenario was, and I knew he eel on was, and so creating a shared vocabulary around this some of cultural with, like, oh my God. You know, the hot zone was a long ago movie that was sort of like this the hot zone scenario with something updated for that. And the volun- I talk when we had our our, our podcast interview, which like I said, we, we posted back in March, we actually brainstormed about. Vocabulary that people could use that could be sort of catchy and stick in your brain. So that we could start talking about this stuff in a way, that's culturally shared. So I think for me the, the job, not a synthetic biologist obviously. But I think pointing at the danger in a way, that's hopefully a little viral praying that tedtalk gets out there pretty broadly a little dramatic. A little entertaining as you probably remember there were a few minutes of dark humor. I got a few laughs in that talk, which I thought was which was deliberate. You know, it softens it, it makes it a little more fun. It makes it people lean in a bit more people do like ghost stories. It's a good ghost story. And if they could be true ghost stories to get more excited. That's why everybody was so into UFO's back when a lot of people believe that they might be real. There's a for sawn. Listen, I still think they're real. Did you see a lot times fees? Yeah. Wild wild or more. Coming up from the government signed, these things are I know that one was something. I loved that now. I love that story. And so did you write? Did you read it twice? Did you share it? Yes. She. Absolutely. It's it's exciting as Hal because, oh my God..

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"andy lon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"andy lon" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Again, sweet. Caroline. What a great song. That can be first song I ever played. But no, my first shift ever on the radio playing music. And I played this song on the ones in two on the ones the twos. John James, why did I play this song? I. How the song began, what was the first words was the first phrase of the song. I gotta go back and listen to it seltzer beginning something about the game. Was exactly right. All right. Jeter Cameron, John rich and under four w I pay a lot of disagreements about how close the seventy Sixers are to winning a championship. Some people think Sixers are very close. Others pictures of further away than that one thing, I think we can all agree upon their closer to a championship if they have a good draft tonight as opposed to a bad draft for Intel on this draft or the Sixers picking four in the first round second round selections as well. We turn to our draft expert from E V hoops, also, you can follow him at Alon vino on Twitter, Mr. Ilan vino curl, who's with us on a sports Colloton, gasline Alon, how pal. Doing well draft day this is the, you know, the big day of the year. It's a big one Elton brands been preparing for this for a long time. And obviously the guys working for Elton brand in that front office Ilan pick twenty four tonight for the Sixers. I think, you know, the big k from Sixers standpoint, a lot of people wonder who are couple of the names that people can sink their teeth into, to hope that are there for the Sixers at twenty four. That would be good options for the Sixers roster. What Matisse bible from Washington? It was actually a teammate with Markelle Foltz back in the day Washington, that's guy. I think the Sixers have to circle and hope that he's there because we're looking for two way. Upside guys in the strap, especially defensively. It doesn't get much more disruptive than Matisse Stibal, his steal, and block numbers the way he's able to deflect passes the way he's able to Rome, that two three zone and Washington played very similar to what Syracuse is run in played into straits. But I would think he's gonna have a problem conditioning to a man. Defense. And he gives me switch. I would get around ball screens, the major question. Mark within is Joe shooting didn't have a great year this year up and down splits well over the place that would think anything's grow Guinness. Marquel folks to point out the other guy kind of the opposite. Here is can Johnson from Pitt who then went to North Carolina? Grad transfer spent two years at UNC one of the best. Uber's in the Strath lightning quick release six eight high release point than have no problems shooting over guys the major problem with him throughout his college career from an evaluation standpoint has injuries. He really wasn't healthy. Holy until this year UNC last year in college, and it showed in that he was able to actually play, let it. He's able to defend. I think that might make him a steel of the injuries are in the past. But if the medical staff blogs him I understand. Why can't Johnson actually switch this year? He loves is considered a good draft in the range, where the Sixers picking or or not so great except he's not a good draft at the top people kind of get bummed out after pick three then there's. So much. You know murky there's no there's nothing consensus there. But in terms of what the Sixers picking I like it. I think there's a lot of guys that I wanted to squeeze into my personal first round, there's worn enough stocks, which bodes well for pick twenty four and bows wealth of the early second rounders, six or yourself there, guys. They're they can't contribute their older players. They're less about the risky dies there. And this team you guys can step in right now. And play in the rotation. It looks like Eric Pascoe from Villanova's worked his way into the first round. Is it possible that he goes to the Sixers? It's definitely a possibility. I mean, it you know, somebody made a really good point to me. I I'm not remember who but I think this past summer, they said, if, if the Sixers would have just taken the Villanova guy ever stop. They probably would have had a second unit at this point. And you know, like I'm not traded is the course correction. I don't know. But pretty step in and provide them depth at that Tombo forward spot. I could I think you're going to have to rewire him, slightly, make sure he starts, I think embracing defense and playing with high energy. I also think that the Nova system has given players benefit of the doubt and its well earned in his case. I actually think offense gets him going. And I think it's shots election. This year was not what I would like and you have to worry, too, when you're moving the three point line back, and you're only shooting thirty five percent in college that has to play into the list of worries too, right? Yes. Louis, and when you look at our Pasco he's far from picturesque shooter, he rise, funky leg. Kick, he makes shopping or difficult, they need to be his shot selection in general was in great, but he's by no means someone. That's incapable. He's clearly confident potentially overconfident is shot. And I kinda thing. Most guys are able to adjust to the pro arc to some extent as long as they're not completely in their own head or they're afraid of shooting. It's not mental. I think a lot of guys are able to slowly figure. Now just take some guys more time than others. Is there a stigma attached to when you see guys listed as a college senior, you know, like he's when, when I get through mock drafts and I see Paschal there and he's listed as a senior? He's the first senior in, in the twenty that's incredible draft. Is there something to that? Well, I don't think he'll be the first thing your drafting tonight, I would say grandmoms actually junior, but like Cameron Johnson could be one. He's a fifth year senior Matisse stables up there. I think those guys will probably be drafted over our castle. But yeah, there there's a stigma more so in the sense that people look at them, and they lower their upside. And that's you know, aid related many years of school. They've had, but I'm a big believer in the growth curve. What these guys get. Better. And they showed you gross in like upside and some points definitely low, but it doesn't mean they're done improving. And so I believe in guys that get better that show growth. It's one of the reasons why the guy like ten ritual, lecture TCU, who has sought kept getting better and better and better than you can get drafted those able to find a way to make an impact rookie season, upside and getting better to things, and sometimes we consider them, the same thing incorrectly. Interesting alone. There's, there's certainly a possibility. The Sixers walkway with a second first round pick. Tonight. Of course, with the too early second round picks picks thirty three and thirty four. We're pretty familiar with the NFL draft chart and I'm not as familiar with the NBA some curious if the Sixers were to combine picks thirty three and thirty four which they have early second round picks how high up can that get them does that get them to twenty two does that get on the twenty six like what is trading early first round picks of it. They do that tonight. I think they could get back into the twenties. I don't think they can get much higher. So maybe at best, they can get into the early twenty more. Realistically, I think you're looking at grabbing one of those late first rounders for team that doesn't want to allocate money like guaranteed money to a first rounder and there isn't maybe like they international player that, that they think they can just stash because at that point your top through national Thurs gone in the strap, and you're looking at guys who are more complete dark throws that belong in the second round. So unless you're gonna get where you can commit the kid in the first. Hey, we don't want to actually being on the Rosh this year which isn't going to happen. I actually think more likely what we're going to see in terms of that. And the hopeful Lhasa fee of preserving roster. Spots is going to slowly start seeing guys get drafted at the end, the second round who are not necessarily on people's top sixties teams get those kids to agree in advance to a two way and then they can get them get a guy Goma step ahead of the two line that's going to happen right after the. Ends and just guarantee themselves but they're not taking up a roster spot. But they're getting a priority to. So you're hearing about possible trades. The pelicans have picked one and four they're talking about moving out of that four spot any, what are the chances Robert Covington becomes a pelican before the night's over. I don't know. I mean, it's it anything is possible Griff, you know, with the Pels is going to try to maximize value. And if he looks at four and you decide I don't need Kobi why. I don't need Escarlon's Jared Culver. I'm question marks best jump shot. This is a little bit early. Prejudging hunter. Then go play the field. And she was out there and that's a Covington. Great. I would rather have a turn of Covington and somebody like Josh Jackson and like the Phoenix Suns poo poo platter. You know, I, I believe that this point if you'll see fit there and you don't think that there is a clear cut number four, picking pickiness draft which there really isn't then go ahead and try to maximize much values possible. Andy Lon vino on Twitter. And of course, from E V, hooves Ilan Kerr off allowing, we really appreciate your intendant today. Great stuff. Thanks for having me draft there. Yes, we hope to enjoy we hope to enjoy it, if they draft Kenny pain, we won't enjoy it, if they draft, the IMO cheeks, we will enjoy it. It's as simple as that. We will have immediate reaction. That's what we do. The, the Kenny pains raff was one, the Alzheimer's. I don't have any appeal remembers but Sixers after Kenny pain. And there was an issue of the late eighties, there was instantaneous anger amongst Sixers fans in want that tonight, hopefully that will not have Chris in northeast Philly. What's up Christopher? Hey, what's up guys doing great? Chris. Before I hit my point. I got a couple of shows for your Joe. Yes. Okay. So I, I would say justified. I mean that's right up there with all the other prestige shows with the, you know, the breaking beds, and the wires. It's an excellent. I think the second season is one of the best season to television I've ever seen. And another one's terriers little show, FX a few years back that nobody but me watched. But it's about as close as you're going to get to a perfect season. Two TV really the only lasted a season. What about dead watch terriers, by the way, Donald loves? It was awesome. Wasn't it? It's a great show. Yeah. What about the what about the Kevin Spacey show? People talk about was cards. I I'm not a huge fan per se. I thought it the first season was fine. It gets really hot ching political stuff. Joe come on. Deadwood. Hugh. Right. But slower deadwood. Yeah. But. Sittard. Chris, what are you gonna fills? All right. I want to bring up something that nobody's talking about. And that's probably because secure thing to Jen pie. Some people probably aren't gonna agree with me on this, because in a vacuum this decision that that gave made I it wasn't exactly the wrong decision in a vacuum, but you know when you got Jack up on the mound pitching. Well, you go six in and you're down to run and you take him out for all fence. I get that. But when you have to ask in the seventh inning and you're taking a good pitcher out for offense. And that's Andrew Knapp and crossing your fingers that he's going to start at two out rally. Like I think that's that's kinda crazy. You talking about talking about when the filter down one nothing yesterday. I want to make sure the right situation here it was early game. I thought it was three one wasn't at that point, man. At that games games running together. Okay. Three one anytime. The answer involves injure nap. It's the wrong answer. I don't know. It says the gay problem that the quintet problem because Andrew not only option..

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"andy lon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"andy lon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Talk about on the brakes from satellites to. Edsel cars to a little bit of Steve Jobs in a little bit of. Bomber Andy Lon mosque and because we talking about electric cars in computer driven, cars, geniuses, and we're going to go back to that. Yeah. But let's get with John. Hey, John, what's going on? From Rancho Bernardo. Hey, john. How you doing? Good. What can we do for you? A couple of questions on, on solid state drives. Okay. Is what is the advantage of the solid state drive over the hard drive? The second question is their reliability as compared to hard drives, and the third question is why do some computers about the same costs have both a hydride and a solid state drive? Those are all great questions questions. So the advantage of solid state drive is that it's much faster than a spinning disk drive much faster. They solid state drive is built essentially built of, of ram. Right. It's memory and it can store and retrieve data at a much faster rate than a spinning magnetic disk can. So it's way faster, it can be less expensive to run, especially if you scale up and have lots of them in a machine. Your second question. What, what's the reliability they are as reliable as spinning disk drives, but they don't have the same duty cycle. So, in other words, they don't last as long. Yeah. Given run them both for five years, they're going to be identical if you run them both for ten years, the spinning disk drive last longer. So that makes sense. So there faster. So why do you see them both kinds of computer? Generally, your boot drive or portion is going to be now like an SSD AllState dry because it's so much faster few ever booted spending a media drive versus a SSD all my God. It is night and day you turn on immediately. Yes up, and you're like, wow. So some drives now are hybrid drives. They have both capabilities. This state is more expensive to have large amounts of storage in one terabyte and hires very expensive at solid state. So what they'll do is. They'll have a solid state drive to run the operating system and boot from and then a second traditional hard-drive. That's let's say four terabytes for storage. So let's say a five hundred gig SSD. Let's say it's ninety bucks for apple and a two terabyte or Forterre by regular dry might be one hundred bucks. Right. And so, yeah, there's a there's a big cost different. So use the SSD for those booting and cashing. Really fast transactions use the traditional magnetic spending media for storage for long term storage. Yep. Yeah. That makes sense. Yes. And the next question is you guys make computers fall. Custom-made computers day, tell we have been building computers for thirty five years are used to whittle. For Larry out of out of pine. And we still build some customers Sheen's for certain customers. Most of our customers are primarily business customers these days. But if somebody wants a particular custom like high end gaming system or about those bitcoin trade vessels special use machines, we'll still do those for a couple of customers, but we primarily don't do retail anymore. Okay. Concentrating our business customers. But you know what? A lot of people do is, they'll take an older, computer. Let's say four or five years old at a solid state drive to it. And it will give it new life, new life. It'll be a lot faster and more fun to use. John, thanks for calling. Create it actually question. Yeah. Goldman so starting today and today being Saturday. The FCC is going to allow phone companies to block robocalls by default. Yeah. Heard about that, starting now an apple announced, they're going to Iowa's thirteen they're going to bake that into, so basically, what.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Trump administration has taken a first step toward extending protections for giraffes under the endangered species. Act. The move comes after legal pressure from environmental groups, the US fish and Wildlife Service says it's initial review has determined. There's substantial information that the listing may be warranted for giraffes, the formal finding to be published in the Federal Register will begin a more in-depth review in public comment process that could lead to import restrictions on hunting trophies and body parts from giraffes including skins and hides the federal government now has twelve months to decide whether to list giraffes as either threatened or endangered biologists. Have worn for years at the world's tallest land mammal is that increasing risk of extinction from habitat loss. Poaching and other threats the wild giraffe population in Africa has declined by nearly forty percent in just thirty years conservationist count fewer than one hundred thousand left in Africa. That's the Bloomberg green business report. I'm Bob moon. Thank you, Bob. Now to another corporate story, we're watching this morning. The SEC Andy Lon Moscow or are asking for more time to resolve their fight over the tesla. CEO's tweets at Baxter has more from our Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco in a joint letter to US district. Judge Allyson Nathan musk in the securities regulators say that talks over the past three weeks had yet to produce a settlement in the legal dispute over how must posts news about his electric car company last week. Nathan extended the deadline to April twenty fifth. Meanwhile, musk has continue to tweet the agency and must ask for another five days to continue discussions and San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. Bloomberg daybreak. All right. Ed. Thank you, looking at the futures contracts. On this Friday morning. They're pointing to a mixed open on Wall Street s and p futures little changed. Dow futures down seventeen points, NASDAQ futures up twelve points, the price of the ten year is up to thirty seconds. The yield two point five two percent. Two year..

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"andy lon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The players maybe we didn't speak of that much on Tuesday. Who do you think we'll hear more from as the season moves on? Well, I think that I think that as you look at this team. I think we're going to see. In fact, we were just interrupted by miss coach coach Wooten here at Eli. John and Jamie, Tanner also here both of them online players. And so because of that, and because of the fact that I respect you so much stay to give me your question again. Let me think back that far because thinking about guys like Wooton at Tanner, it's hard to believe that it's been almost ten years since they were roaming the campus over and sits, right? All right, Jack, Jack has been been here on staff or ten years as an assistant, and and j b for five, and so it's been been fun to watch them matriculate in this position here at a very good. Very good school, very good program. And and so it'll be fun here to watch them in action. That's Eric Montross is an action right now on count data tip off. Dave Nathan with you on the other end of things as we get you ready for Carolina. Andy Lon here on Friday night up the direction Eric that. I wanted to take in was of all the guys that we heard a lot about on Tuesday at Wofford Carolina played a lot of players of the guys that maybe didn't make as much of an impact in the opener. Who do you think we might be hearing more from as as the season progresses? I suspect that that the two freshman certainly Kobe white and now see your little we'll be two of the names that you hear. Awful lot about. But I would also say that although coach Williams sung the praise of Kenny Williams and post game for his defense and his five assists on the night. Kennedy did not score. And I think that although he had a really challenging defensive assignment and Fletcher McGee whom he did a very good job on seven of twenty three from the field for twenty one points. He was four or four from the foul line. He really did his job. And if I think most people would have said if you're going to trade Kenny Williams is offensive performance or he's going to defensively put a pretty good net around Fletcher McGee. What would you take? And I think the answer is we have enough offense. We need his defense. And that's what you've got. So I suspect that we will see more of Kenny Williams is offensive performance throughout the season. You remember last year? And now we're coming up on this year Stanford game coming up on Monday night. But if we go back a year Stanford. Out at Stanford was was a big big night for Kenny Williams. And I think that between Kenny and Kobe and gnaws we're going to see some highlight performances from them throughout the year. Carolina on the road at Ilan here with the tip coming up at seven o'clock, the reach jewelers pre game show on the way. It's six right now, it's countdown to tip off Eric one. Final question for you. Big fella before we let you actually get back to work. I know this is not real taxing on your behalf. But as far as the game goes tonight itself here, any pitfalls that you think might have any effect and tripping Carolina. Well, I think there always are potential pitfalls. And I think some of those can be just are you going to prepare mentally the same way for that. You did for Wofford and are you focused on tonight's game? Or are you thinking about Stanford already, and I don't necessarily think that any of those will necessarily rear their heads? But I think they are potential. I also think that you're you know, you come into line, and and you look at this team. And by the numbers in the composition. You certainly would expect that Wofford is a team that is deeper and has more threats at various positions than e-leong does. However, you know, coach Metheny and Jack Wooten and j b Tanner and company have this team prepared. They obviously have familiarity with the offenses and defenses that are going to be run by the tar heels and this is a motivated bunch. I mean, they are they are a group of players that will do exactly what their coaches instruct them to do. Exactly how. How they instruct them to do it, and you know, this fan base here tonight. Although there will certainly be I I would surmise. There will be plenty of Carolina blue in attendance. This is an eel on home game in it will look and sound like any LAN home game. All right. That's the great. Eric Montross from shore center side of tonight's game between the tar heels and Phoenix and we've got to take a quick time out. But upon our return with got comments from the head coach of the tar heels ROY Williams who spoke on Tuesday night after that eleven point win over the Wofford terriers will hear his thoughts on the game. Couple of thoughts on some individuals. And obviously we'll delve into this game a little bit further with a look at the North Carolina farm bureau scoreboard with Carolina at Ilan tip time coming up at seven the reach jewelers pre game show on the way at six right now. It's a tip off and it continues after this from learfield. As.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Recode Decode

"But I believe in the history of earth bought this newspaper. Go ahead. Andy Lon are going off to Mars bought this news with their with their work out a lot. Two. So I had sorry. So if you bought this newspaper, and yes, he started investing in it. Again, I'm in all of us at the New York Times are delighted to see that. Because quite frankly, we need more journalists in this country, and it is not as euro some game, and we need a healthy Washington Post in this country. And so we are delighted to see it growing again. But the Washington Post is still significantly smaller paper than the than the New York Times. And, you know, another paper owned by billionaire, the Wall Street Journal, another very fine paper on by billionaire. Billionaire but go ahead. Whilst ball Street Journal people. I work there. Is also smaller. So I mean, I do not think that for a second do not think for a second that the ownership structure of the New York Times is somehow hindering our ability investigative journalism. The last year we've expanded our Washington bureau, we've expanded our tech coverage expanded our business coverage startups get massive NGO day dog dog-walking firms got a billion dollars was insane. Why don't would you not want that investment to do? Great local journalists that I can think of a million things I could do with a billion dollars. Yeah. I point to me where someone has just thrown a ton of money at the journalism problem just throwing a ton of money and it's worked out. Well, I've seen some really great honorable intentions from from folks who I won't that name here. But I talking about fusion, right? I think. Got it. But I think what we need to do is we need to build a business that sustains journalism it we cannot just be reliant on the altruism of people. We don't want a government run news organization. Like like, we see another other the thing that makes the New York Times special the thing that I think distinguishes us from almost any other other news organization. Not not any that's, but but but among a handful of news organizations is its independence and right? And that is baked into the every fiber of what this institution is. And I don't think it's it's it's separate from the New York Times of the billion dollars is different than other organisms 'cause you all will use it correctly. Well, then we're just gonna go. We're going to have to go out more money. I'm no or the have to we're gonna have to make that billion dollars for selves. And can you what's that? Can we can we grow that? Big look, I'm really optimistic we've got three and a half million subscribers now, which is more than any newspaper at the peak of print, and I feel like we're still growing I feel like we're still learning how to how to succeed in in this digital space, and I feel like the market for paid journalism is still is still growing and maturing as well. So I'm I'm up domestic I I really believe believe it when I say that I don't think people are dumb. I think people want stuff worth paying for. You want the best journalism? I think and it's part of the reason why I always answer the opposition question the way, I'd do, you know, it's so easy to get drawn into cycles. And but trust is a long game. And what we do our mission seek the truth hold power to account. Help people understand the world. That's perfect for this moment. But it's also perfect for every moment. And I believe that when like the noise clears and the smoke clears, and we all look around, you know, we're going to be hungry for for news. Sources you can you can trust. All right last question. What is the thing you've done? That's just most boneheaded of all this year that I that I've done person asking now you now you're the CEO you've got the job title. You've got this going on. We're CEO is actually here. I'm not making any moves. Marco worry, Mark. I'm I don't mean the publisher. I've know all your boneheaded moves. But go ahead what I'm teasing. He's I loved his Facebook stuff. What have you done? What do you think you've done? Well, one thing you've done not what they were got. I don't know. I mean, I've actually enjoyed this. But it felt pretty boneheaded not to ask the moderator. This talk was going to be..

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"andy lon" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Show. Actually, we were just talking about my last morning show. We did tequila shots on the air meals, e key, Chris and Raj. That'll is still in Chris's the empty bottles, Tuesday, Farraj Rogers hanging out doing it party today. Did a great job at the tilted kilt. Yeah. Above like some fan, art of of what Raja's liver looks like. That could be a good contest, Jackson Pollock. Splattered fan. Art of Roger, right, right. Every time you see them next to a beer right. Right. Exhausts me. Yes. I well go on his g. getting up at six in the morning to drink again and focus. Yeah, he lives the life man hard play hard Raj. That's how he doesn't. The best way about Raj is when I forget who was on and they recognized him someone who's coming in and they're like, oh, I saw you at radio row at Super Bowl producing you were being interviewed. I was I was there a couple of years ago he was being interviewed. Yes, another show. Yeah, right. It was pretty hilarious. The reason we even went down this path is we were watching on the news the Joe Rogan podcast, had Elon Musk on Andy Lon smoke a blunt on. Rogan's podcast, and they filmed it now claim that it was the first time he'd ever smoked marijuana. I don't know, man, if you're smoking marijuana for the first time and you're talking to blunt chances are you're gonna be coughing up a lung? I, if I buy us a weird to think that you would then come up with tunnels throughout the city, outer space. Inhabiting other planets without smoking, right. Kinda just weird. Oh, you smoke a lot of weed and think about people living on Mars. Okay. That makes sense. Cigarettes maybe can handle it. Smoking cigarettes. He might just so expensive. I mean that thing can cost you your mortgage shit, right? I'm with you. I mean cigarettes should be thirty eight dollars. Come up with that. Close now. Fifth, fourteen bucks because it really, I don't know. I mean, like first cigarettes, your smoke a cigarette? Yeah, probably when I was a teenager that usually kind of trying to get into the wall nightclub guys out cigarette, I look in the let me is. So when I was growing up as a teenager, it was kind of the dawn of south beach, right? Like it had it was like a wide open panacea, right?.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs

"Usually about networking. I think I think that these kinds of CEOs have such an incredible vision for the future. They are so. Innovative and creative on that whole next level. So I basically think of anyone who's created a startup or is thinking of really changing the world with technology or ushering in just new ideas that people have yet to embrace. Definitely the visionary CEO, but they struggle, I think, just like all those startup founders with giving way too much of themselves to doing the thing all of the time. I feel like they can become completely consumed by their vision and by their work for sure. And without really seeing the whole pass to get there. So they know where wanted to be. They usually need someone to help them actually get it there. And especially those really first minute steps are usually totally like gone from their mind. So a struggle would be getting there like they see it, they just can't, or they struggle with getting there on their own. And I think withholding such big vision, this kind of CO really. He needs to be aware of where their energy drains and their energy leaks are. So they can serve as much of their energy as possible for creating the thing that's going to change the world. Absolutely. So we also recommend the chalkboard method for CEO's who find themselves in this place as well and also doing some hard core just like nose to the grindstone practice of how it is that you take big goals and chunk them down into small actionable steps because even though you can hire people to help you implement, it's going to be so much easier if you know how to do this yourself, even if someone's implementing it for you, you'll gain so much understanding of what you're building if you know what's going into creating it, and you also need to set some boundaries. So I think as a visionary CO, it's so important to define your role and really understand what you are responsible for and what is a best use of your time and energy and. So this will make it so clear for you where you need to delegate and what the duties of the people that you are delegating to are for. Sure. And I think lastly, these people super need to know what their core values are and hold them so tight because I feel like these are the kinds of CEO's who are most likely to go off the rails for an like going after something that is so misaligned with where they actually believe in because it's this big, shiny goal that they haven't really aligned it with who it is that they are. So knowing those core values and going after it in that filter. So I definitely think of Andy Lon musk, who is the inventor investor, an inventor of tesla space, x, all of those things. He's a Silicon Valley IRA. No mastermind out there, but then on a more like kind of being bossed level of people who might be listening to this who are maybe not necessarily trying to be Alon. Ask, I think of like a Tim Ferriss for sure. And then I also think of Paul Jarvis he's one of our friends and buddies that comes to mind when I think of a visionary who's doing it his way, right. I also think Seth Godin fits into this white nicely. Seth Godin come on our show. Please write come chat with us. It's fine. It's fine. I also admire Barbara Corcoran, is that how you say her name? He's on shark tank, but she's also an investor and speaker, and I heard her episode of how I built this and she is absolutely visionary. And also Steve Jobs, obviously is one who certainly fits into this realm of CEO. Someone who just has a massive vision and can can pull people to him to make it happen. Oh, and Tony Robbins, he's a visionary for sure. Yes. Okay. So if you want to know what kind of CEO you are be sure to go take the quiz at being bossed club slash quiz and be sure to. Share your graphic and tag us wherever you share so that we can see what kind of CEO you are. Hey, bosses. I wanna tell you about the CEO day, hit the CEO day kit is twelve months.

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"andy lon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"New York's NewsRadio CBS News Radio eight eighty After recovering and gaining weight those. Twelve boys rescued from a, flooded cave. In Thailand or out of the house. Spittle and they're telling their stories. Special report straight ahead President Trump backpedals and corrects himself following the summit news, conference in Finland a teenage boy is. Fatally gunned down in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon the fourth to die this, month Andy Lon musk apologizes for calling. A critic of his pedophile in sports Spurs agree to. Trade Kawai, Leonard to the raptors, in a blockbuster deal it. Is fair and. Seventy four degrees on Wednesday July eighteenth two, thousand eighteen good morning and thanks for. Joining us I'm Pat far neck it's, ten, thirty one CBS news update the, twelve boys from Thailand trapped in? A cave with their, soccer, coach for more than two weeks are. On their way home I feel stronger and I have more, patience endurance tolerance voice spoke to reporters through. An interpreter after they, were released from the hospital CBS's Anna Warner says the children are. Ready to take their lumps virtually all of them said I want, to apologize to my. Parents because I didn't tell my parents I was going to the cave I. Only told them I was going to play soccer. And one child said I know that my dad is going to punish me and the person who was doing the, questioning said, and do, you think he should and this. Child said yes I do believe he. Should punish me amac got a bit of a laugh out of the crowd how they looked. Healthy and happy medical correspondent Dr John lapook says the boys are at risk of PTSD maybe a little more clinging they may be afraid of. The dark and they may have about could this, happen again, so they could remind them of this there swimming and. They feel the water. Anything could trigger CBS News update I'm Deborah, Rodriguez it's ten thirty two President Trump is. Backpedaling on his Finland, remarks earlier this week claiming that what he meant to say was. That he didn't see why Russia wouldn't have meddled in the two, thousand sixteen election but. Making that case yesterday he still showed out of US intelligence findings I accept. Our intelligence communities conclusion Russia's meddling Two thousand sixteen election Other people also well he's been called out by a. Slew of Republican senators the president is now trying to save face CBS correspondent. Laura Podesta has details President Trump is defending his one on. One with Vladimir Putin, last night he tweeted it, was a great, success but hours earlier the president was responding to a barrage of. Bipartisan disapproval over comments he made after the. Meeting about Russian meddling in the, two thousand sixteen election. I have President Putin he just. Said it's not Russia. I will say this I don't see any reason why it would. Be should have been I. Don't see? Any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't they rushing with criticism from both? Sides of the aisle CBS chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cortes explains what's next for lawmakers planning to grill the secretary of state when. He testifies next week some of them even, want the president's interpreter who was in that meeting With Putin to testify as well beyond that support is growing very quickly for a, Bill that, would give congress, the, power to impose new sanctions on Russia if it interferes. In the two thousand eighteen or twenty twenty elections because many Republicans still don't. Believe that the president would be as willing to punish Russia. As they are former, FBI director James Comey is, now urging voters, to support democratic candidates in the midterms another teenage boy was gunned. Down yesterday afternoon in Brooklyn the fourth to die in a series of killings, that have unfolded this. Month Sean Adams with the latest. During the shaded courtyard. Of the Bushwick houses four police officers.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"To the show thank you for having me sorry about that at south by southwest hilarious it was too hard to turn down we got we got offered a space on the stage but we the requirement was that we were we were they would allow us to sing my little buttercup which is a song from the three vigo's which is the study of song in the world and people literally lined up to am talk was noon the next day and we got the whole audience to sing the song with us on the main stage south by southwest it was it was a peak life experience it was amazing so but times we just gotta do what you gotta do it was well worth it no necessary and i loved it that that you andy lon just showed up just as real kind of humorous people like that one of the things that you talked about though as health by wasn't going to space and building amazing cars although that's what alon talked about you talked about your work with disrupting big food your charitable work and making farming something that's as distributed as say power generation should be how did you go from being like a tech entrepreneur investor in the nineties into being a food guy now like walk me through your story i mean looking back steve jobs has this quote when you look back on your life you know the dots are connected but in the moment it was truly was one life changing event after the other mother and i had great success in the nineteen building an internet company to do maps dodo directions and i watched how technology just massively disrupted the yellow pages which most people today i don't even know what the pages is but it was a multibillion dollar industry in the nineties that the internet just took away and it was so powerful to see the impact of technology and when we sold that company i had the freedom to do what i wanted so i went to new york to learn how to cook which was not intended as a career i went in and i said you know i'm gonna go i love food so much i'm gonna go do this for real i'm gonna go do a career level course in in at the french culinary institute in new york and while that was a wonderful experience it was intense like full metal jacket kind of you know screaming at year for six to eight hours a day really a radio you need to scream so much but it was an incredible way to learn how to cook just before i graduate just after i graduated nine eleven happened and again i wasn't really thinking about food is a career but the one of the most powerful awful wonderful experiences that could ever happen to human i was right by eyelid close to the trade centers woke up to the sounds of the planes hitting the building so that close looked out the window sore the towers fall which if you have people there i think can relate but but people weren't it's like it's literally like being the rocky mountain range just collapsed just it just breaks reality it wasn't wasn't a a human thing to experience and the wonderful part about it was because of just graduated from cooking school my mother's wellknown nutritionist dietitian through her i gotta volunteer at for the firefighters and i cooked for them and every day we'd cook real food cook that day nourishing them they go into these giant piles of melting metal still melting six weeks after the world trade centers fell and they come in and feed them with food we cook that day they connect with each other converted gymnasium into into dining hall and they go right back out to save american lives in and just watching what real food do for for community bring it together kind.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Short Story Long

"He thought firemen were the best and i guess there was some commotion outside fire engines were racing by and there was fire alarms and so everybody in the class ran over to the windows to see what was happening and he was standing on a chair and some other another kid pulled a chair out from under him and he fell in his head smashed into radiator susan's and it basically disturbed the way the patterns in his brain was working and he could no it wasn't the same he couldn't read or couldn't read quickly and then he became really fearful so that when everybody in the class had to read the book got passed along it would come to him and he couldn't do it and it took him many many many years to flip the fear upside down in into not being able to have your rain work not being able to remember things to be able to read quickly into he became the world expert in speed reading and retention and this is a guy who will have a conference and he'll have one hundred numbers randomly thrown in front of him and he'll remember them in order backwards towards randomly but it's because he was able through a mentor somebody had a call him out later on in life that he was able to just break past the fear and take his pain and push it too as far as he possibly could and now he's sitting in talking about memory where richard branson andy lon mosque and their come there one annot what he knows and i think that i mean that is a heightened example somebody who was held back for many years by childhood trauma now in the case of a lot of people and we keep mentioning akron but it's sort of our landscape today.

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"andy lon" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"For tesla this goal of making five thousand vehicles a week is very intense for the company it's we're in a period that seen by many wall street analysts is sort of a maker break period for the company the it's cash pile is under pressure questions about whether they need to raise more money or start generating revenue with these model threes tesla is really under the microscope andy lon musk has even started sleeping on the floor of his factory again taking the reins of production activities and at the same time he's also seeing an exodus of some of the senior leadership of the company so just putting more pressure on him to to make the make this huge goal achievable has he even started to suggest himself that this goal of five thousand tesla model threes a week may not be achievable as as far as turning a profit no he he's been he's still sticking with that he's sticking with that in bali growing signs that they they seem to be picking up production pace there the question will be is can they continue at that pace once they reach at that is what will generate the the revenue that they need allow them to become what he says we'll be cash flow positive and he's even saying he expects to make a profit in the third and the fourth quarters of this year and that if he does that would be a huge achievement and against a lot of people betting against him one more thing what's been the reaction to this latest batch of tweets tim well with elon musk there is a big divide on how they see him he has a huge fan base of people who rally around him and see him as a true visionary and then you've got a group of people who are unhappy with the way he goes about his business and are betting against him and so in.

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"andy lon" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

"Jerry a double agent is the only problem it's too it's too could be playing dumb person but i'm gonna go with you on this one elon musk had a pretty pretty shitty week he did it was a funny i mean he doesn't get humbled very often but it does seem like this was the people right on his prayed a lot and they criticize them a lot but this seems to me to be the first time in as long as i can remember that it got him i mean the criticism after the the tesla is forced him to basically purge his immunize his executive ranks in your reporting suggests that he's sleeping on the factory line well yeah i mean look he what what i think is is is actually most fascinating is that his you know his tweets of have slowed down quite a bit you know he's he's someone who is he loves along lows alon he loves the attention he gets i remember i had a friend who was hanging out with him recently who was in a photo and it was him and he lawn and a couple of other celebrities and this friend is not a celebrity and and all the celebrities tweeted the pitcher with the four of them and shared an instagram with the fordham andy lon cropped this friend out because of course he's not important enough and of course spent ten minutes applying different colored filters to make sure the photo looked really cool and i think that you know he's very aware of what people think and he loves loves loves the like tony stark comparisons and and the people think that he can do whatever he wants and bill whatever he wants he's the damage of genius and i think that you know this is the first time where i heard a response from people in silicon valley that was like hey what's going on with this guy's he having a connie west screw loose moment is everything kind of going to his head and it seems that way but what the good thing is one of the things he was chris.

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"andy lon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Guy's salon because that's were women you would go to the salon just like people today who by hope could tour they go to the house of chanel gathered it was so particular the chairs the silverware teacups you have to involve daniel in every aspect there was in a piece of furniture or wall covering are there hadn't been approved by i you crazy so he has shocked were a sixty i don't i don't i don't know he seemed like he would be the kind of person who would stick with it i think so that's why i think everyone was shocked because his kind of a shame because they think of all agree with airmisses michael caine is given as he's gotten older christopher plummer even gene hackman i know gene doesn't act any mary till the end of health things but he act nicholson i mean i like i like older people are going to do and he's only sixty and he may be in five years he'll be sick of gold hurting and you know uh fish netting for his suffer when weaving with you know let us his the movie the master the art here he that's another one of poland's all i never saw that when you're feeling eggs nobody the are based on now he's he fees 5050 and by the way ever heard andy lon musk there are reunited and they shared as steamy smooch in los angeles he's trying to maybe by twitter she sees rats yeah he really is shares he he just can't see each other that much but when they see each other they see each other nanometer that's a good way to some one hour we really see out when we come back it's time.

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"andy lon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"andy lon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Quote kirch while in your book a about the feeling of this and order exponentially increases time speeds up it does seem like it yes and uh uh what does this lead to is that like other changes like for instance the global warming but uh effects that we might think we would have enough advance warning to do something about can come across uh very very quickly maher even some other ways in which you can have a double exponential a hockey stick curve with for instance the interaction between steel uh development can computer suddenly taking off and in the existential risk community that is referred to as the hard takeoff where suddenly a artificial intelligence stock growing by unprecedented leaps and bounds and depth of understanding on quality no one knows when that going to happen yet but maybe it than twenty years there was a survey done uh uh all look the uh while many of the experts in occupational intelligence than the average answer when we would have a five that was human level concept when that is in the early twenty four uh you know you have great records while who i had a moment as my guest a couple of years ago talking about the similarities in very positive terms he's taking vitamins and and has a health regiment is trying to live long enough to be there when the singularity occurs presumably so he could live forever eversion of him would be uploaded into a computer and he could be a digital person and and and live forever and that's something he wants to do hey you know i guess the flip side of that is uh we're not exactly sure um what will happen in concurrence with that that once artificial intelligence becomes i guess selfaware it might not need us anymore indeed and and this is where there's the fascinating um and and disconcerting disagreement behind between people that are very capable in this field like breaker while and stephen hawking and it it boils down through perhaps optimism our outlook now i believe that the thing garrity will happen provided we make it that far and that it will have all of the benefit that girls while is talking about but there's a risk that he doesn't talk about so much but that people like bill gates and stephen hawking andy lon ma uh describing that we may not make it there because.

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