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Julie Kelly: Dems Cannot Afford to Have Trump Win Again

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 2 d ago

Julie Kelly: Dems Cannot Afford to Have Trump Win Again

"I'd like you to comment as Michael Anton has a piece out called they can not let him back in And the gist of it is you know what exactly what it said that they can't afford at this point Julie the swamp to let Donald Trump run again and win because now he's got the political connections he understands the process And Michael lays out a multi part plan The first part of the plan to keep him out of office plan a is the January 6th hearings They were never designed to get to the bottom of anything The sole purpose is to politically damage Donald Trump That's exactly right And I urge everyone to read anything that Michael Anton ever reads because he's great He's a genius And he also understands the political environment but that's exactly right They can not allow Trump back in That's why they're throwing everything that they possibly can At great risk to the peace and stability of the nation And the integrity of our government institutions to make sure that he's not back in The White House because he does understand what's happening And I think hopefully he realizes the mistakes that he made especially related to personnel And I saw some headlines that Donald Trump wants to be back in The White House for a reason Good Because there are lots of us who want revenge on what this government has done to him and to all of us for the past 6 years

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Everybody Needs to Read a New Article by Michael Anton...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | Last week

Everybody Needs to Read a New Article by Michael Anton...

"Everybody needs to read a new article by Michael Anton at comp at compact magazine. And I will send you the link so you can post it on Twitter. Well, actually, make sure you post it on Twitter and I will retweet it. But the point is, a point in my article that stream dot org is transphobia is a made up term, but what it represents is something we should embrace. Gender dysphoria is the mental illness like anorexia or bulimia, where false cognitions about your body drive you to do things that are self destructive, medically dangerous and will cause you suffering in the long run. Our culture has decided to enable and encourage these sexual anorexics, these sexual bulimics to cut off their healthy genitals, cut off their healthy breasts, take dangerous hormones of the kind that give people cancer, become addicted to pharmaceutical interventions for their whole lives. Because the same people who want organic food served in public schools want the same kids to be on artificial hormones, their entire lives to accommodate some mental illusion, which was planted in their heads, the liberals want to spread gender dysphoria among kids. That's why they want drag queen story hour.

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"anton" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"anton" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"Thomas Reynolds. Our back race for best of luck today. Thanks, Tony. This program is brought to you by P one Australia racing components the designer of the oil heat mats for dry tank applications. Find out more about the truths on engine oil heating. At P one Australia dot com. Tony whitlock, it's the last album park. I've got ancient people scrolling in the shell cast of shine enormous speed this weekend, unfortunately you haven't got the results from x-ray. Yeah, it's a good qualifying performances and a couple bad swings in the race, so our last one coming up. We're both on Mars and we'll try and try and do some good with it. So cheering up to have been going on all along and you're getting the qualifying speed, which is more speed than you've had prior to. You've had a couple of good qualifying results before, but not as dominant as you were on Friday and Saturday. Yeah, I mean, it's racing qualified in two different things, so we've got the qualifying speed, but some other cars are super fast and racing, which we just haven't quite got. So we'll have another crack and see what happens. Has the new track called track changes that have made to it that they exaggerated your problems? I have no idea. Okay, it wasn't here on the other track in this car so I kind of answer that question. We'll be searching for those answers I imagine. We always search in the you never have a perfect race car. So we're always changing things and trying to make a faster and trying to get a bigger trophy and so on and so on. There's no qualifying for Diane receptors to share your results in the races. Yeah, as always you only get results in races. Thanks Anton. Inside supercars is produced by thunder media, shooting next time for more or locking the podcast on your iTunes or mobile device, search inside supercars. The views expressed on inside supercars, including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network, thunder media, or sport radio, any publication or rebroadcast of the show without the expressed written permission of thunder media is strictly prohibited.

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Navy Ship to Be Named After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Navy Ship to Be Named After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"It would be good to know there's going to be a navy ship named after the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg I would think that'll scare the hell out of the enemy wouldn't it mister Medusa Oh my God here comes the Ruth Bader Ginsburg How many things By the government ships or anything have been named after Anton and Scalia His death preceded hers I guess I guess none While George Mason university law school I didn't say that

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John Zmirak on Deep State Election Steals

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 5 months ago

John Zmirak on Deep State Election Steals

"Folks talking to John S mirak. John, the level of lies and corruption is so staggering. I always shrink from accepting that kind of a narrative just because it's too horrifying. I have to say, is this really true that it's this sick? I mean, you mentioned Soros and Schwab. These are people who basically are literally Hitler. There's close as you can get in our time. They are firmly standing against Russia for Ukraine. They don't believe in good or evil. They don't believe in anything. Whatever they believe in, I'm against it. And so the idea that that you're not hearing in the news that in 2014, we created the current Ukrainian regime. So this is not some, you know, actual outpouring of democracy among the Ukrainian people that is dirty. So it's also dirty. Yes, disgusting. They did in 2014 what they did to us in 2020. Same thing. They stole an election. When you say they, you mean the American deep state or CIA, or yeah. Okay, so and the American oligarchy. I mean, the media. You remember that Time Magazine story, how they were going to fortify democracy. And it would use Zuckerberg's portal that money to change election rules. On here? What's that? You know, Michael Anton? No. He wrote the story, the flight 93 election, that famous essay. He's got a book called the stakes where he talks about what we have as an American oligarchy that's trying to keep its power by any means necessary. And Trump was a glitch in the matrix. He's getting elected and they spent the next four years correcting the glitch and making sure it never happened again.

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Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Lundell's two goals lead Panthers over Red Wings 6-2

"The Panthers completed at two one three home stand with a six two win over the red wings Anton Lundell scored twice it's been feeling good for mail online the last game so we just want to keep going and make some chances Alexander Barkov had three assists as Florida improved to twenty five and six on home ice Mason March mark Anthony Duclair and Lindell scored in the first period as the home side built a commanding three one lead Sam Bennett had a goal and an assist Lucas Carlsson anyone and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped twenty one shots Robby Fabbri and Tyler Bertuzzi scored for Detroit which was swept its two games Florida road trip and is two one five minutes past seven games I'm Dave very

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Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Barkov leads Panthers to 5-2 victory over Blackhawks

"The Panthers have completed a four in one road trip with a five two downing of the Blackhawks Alexander Barkov had a goal and two assists in Florida's third straight win and seventh in eight games Jonathan Huberdeau set up two goals to increase his league leading assist total to fifty three and extend his point streak to seven games Aaron Ekblad Brandon Montour mackenzie weaker and Anton Lundell also scored for the Eastern Conference leaders my tour was happy with the road trip yeah buildings you know three tough teams to you know it's tough coming up a break like that but I mean the guy's energy guys are excited to be back in yes good six points Patrick Kane had a goal and an assistantship goes third straight loss I'm Dave very

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Pastrnak scores in OT, Bruins beat Senators 3-2

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Pastrnak scores in OT, Bruins beat Senators 3-2

"The Bruins pulled out a three two win at Ottawa is David Pasternak scored on a one timer to forty two into overtime Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo also scored Hey Jeremy swimming stopped twenty nine shots as Boston ended a two game losing streak DeBrusk opened the scoring early in the second period Nick Holden tied the game at three fifty four left in regulation but Ottawa fell to eighteen twenty five and five Anton Forsberg turned back thirty shots in defeat the Bruins continue to play without forward Brad Marchand who served the fifth of the six game suspension I'm Dave Ferrie

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Michael Anton: Voting Doesn't Change the Government as Much as It Should

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Michael Anton: Voting Doesn't Change the Government as Much as It Should

"Michael you've been writing and warning about this disparity for a long time how justice is blind It's blind to Democrats But not to conservatives or any non liberal because it's not just Republicans They'll go after anyone who's an liberal Let's just be clear This is nothing to do with party affiliation You're either on their team or you're a target That's the way they look at it You've been writing about this forever We've had you on about a number of your pieces The problem I have here with this entire thing among many is what's the solution here I mean is there a way to vote our way out of this I mean is this going to require as someone who has seen the federal bureaucracy in the swamp Michael you've been in government You've seen it Is there just going to require two or three terms of a president who just is done with the nonsense and just empties out this swamp in the way it should be that it can not fix any of this It's possible I suppose it would be very very hard Because voting doesn't change the government nearly as much as you'd think it should or as the system is designed to make it do Because we have I mean I don't want to get all political sciencey but we have this unelected fourth branch that's very powerful and that elected officials have it difficult time controlling Some of that's a matter of will Congress could do more to the administrative state if Congress wanted to But Congress doesn't appear to want to It defers its oversight powers It essentially sees its legislative powers to the administrative agencies who get to write rules And Congress ultimately has the power of the purse which you can say all right if you don't heal if you don't come to heal and obey the law and respect constitutional limits we'll just start taking your budgets away And it never does that We need to get used to the idea of elected officials if they actually get elected They need to start using their enumerated powers in a way that they have it in a long time

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Michael Anton: Analyzing the Left's Reaction to 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 6 months ago

Michael Anton: Analyzing the Left's Reaction to 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

"In But I saw last week one of these things you talk about all the time is how the left wants to pretend these things don't happen They have this thing That's not happening but it's great that it is CRT That's not being taught And then we find it and be like and if you oppose it you're a racist I thought it wasn't being taught So and I saw it again last week there's a bill in Florida they're calling it the don't say gay Bill Of course it does nothing of the sort It basically just prevents young kids from being indoctrinated about sex at an early age and it's funny they're like hey listen that's not being taught in schools but if you oppose it you're definitely a bigot I got about a minute and a half left your thoughts on that Very typical tactic They push things the left gets into positions of power again This is a failure of conservative part because we tend not to run for these low level offices We tend not to show up at school board meetings Some of that's changing now In general we do we don't It leaves the left of free hand And then they surreptitiously try to sneak things in that they know will be very unpopular with parents or with the public at large When they get caught then they have to deny that it's happening Because if you admit it you're just turning up the heat on yourself But they both deny and admitted at the same time They say it's not happening but it's good that children are learn different perspectives and learn tolerance in this Well which is it Both are intended to downplay the significance and to mollify public anger but to do so dishonestly To me it is a heartening sign that these things do keep getting found out called out I mean Chris rufo has done just heroes work fighting against critical race theory It's not a battle that's won It could take a long long time to win But it shows what happens when you shine a light on this stuff and you can motivate people to get involved and show up at meetings and things like that You can make progress at pushing back against this

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Michael Anton Remains Suspicious FBI Can't Locate Jan. 6 Bomber

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 6 months ago

Michael Anton Remains Suspicious FBI Can't Locate Jan. 6 Bomber

"January 6th I covered on my Thursday and my Friday podcast last week Michael what seems to be there's so many asymmetry here I'm not getting here And the FBI story does not make sense about the person who is alleged to have place bombs in front of the RNC and the DNC the day before January 6th And what I don't get here is something that's just not adding up Is this person amazingly the FBI can't seem to locate and as you just indicated they've got hundreds of people locked up for walking through an open door They've got them Their mothers their grandmothers under investigation They've located hundreds of people in all of far reaches in the United States who showed up there they say And shockingly this guy or a woman we don't know alleged to have dropped these bombs No one can seem to find this person So that says to me wow they must be really professional no fingerprints no DNA no cell phone tracking they evaded the FBI source network And yet they put together these two explosives that were completely entirely amateur hour thankfully that didn't go off It doesn't really make sense to me It says to me something's going on I mean I have no accurate information about any of this but it makes you suspicious Revolver dot news has done all this reporting about and I've read the reporting and I watched many of the videos about someone named ray Epps who was absolutely urging people to go in and take the capital urging them in on and on who crossed various lines that other people have been arrested for You shouldn't have been on this side It was okay to be on this side of the lawn but not that side of the law There's video of him doing all of that He's never been arrested as far as I know or interviewed by anybody And when it finally this story of this guy finally broke through into the public consciousness all of the usual suspects including Liz Cheney and Adam Kissinger and the so called Republicans who are completely allied with the Pelosi regime on this that it was a conspiracy theory in your kook for bringing it up Meanwhile as you say there are grandmothers There are people who walk through an open door suffering from pre trial

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Michael Anton: Partisan Lines Are Harder Drawn on the Durham Investigation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Michael Anton: Partisan Lines Are Harder Drawn on the Durham Investigation

"That becomes an untenable position I mean being able to plausibly deny at some point this information becomes increasingly more difficult and you may be right They may hold on to this thing until the end and go to their graves and say you know Trump wasn't spied on despite the fact that there's mounds of easily provable facts and data showing that it was But you know I think back to my time in New York Michael where the dinkins administration mayor dinkins he was the first black mayor in New York City a Democrat Liberal Democrat The media loved him He was a hero to them He was also a terrible mayor And eventually it just got hard to hide You know it got hard to hide that body counts were adding up people's cars were getting stolen every day And eventually when Giuliani got into office they had to kind of belatedly admit that okay maybe dinkins really wasn't that great Kind of like they do now belatedly with Carter And I wonder are they going to fold one day and half days They're going to have to be a reckoning I mean you see some of it that that Joker at The Washington Post that Eric wemple who's come around a little bit and been like hey listen guys there's got to be a reckoning on this spygate thing soon It's time to come clean I don't expect one I think the times have changed the partisan lines are drawn People are more dug into their positions I mean look as I said this thing was thoroughly bunked three years ago And you've got people still on the nominal right forget the left You say well there's still some smoke I don't think any of these people are ever going to let it go I just don't think they're ever going to let it go Really matter what's proved or not proved Now I'm

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Michael Anton Reacts to Durham Allegations of Spying on Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Michael Anton Reacts to Durham Allegations of Spying on Trump

"What's going on with this dorm investigation You know it's really bizarre It appears that again something Trump et cetera early on is turned out to be right His campaign was effectively spied on We actually had the name of one of the spies early on Now we have some of the technicalities of how they're alleged to have done it and I put out a thing on Bon Gino report and then my team put it out on social media and you think the left this would be like oh my gosh this is a really huge scandal Spying on a president a campaign sounds really bad but the response Michael the left has been rage Accusing me of taking anabolic substances accusing me of being delusional and crazy What's going on here I thought these were the civil libertarians and such Well they haven't been civil libertarians for a long time unfortunately It wasn't that long ago when many of these authorities and laws were either created or expanded in the wake of 9 11 that it was a coalition of the libertarian right and the civil libertarian left that opposed these things They didn't stop them They're looking more and more vindicated now And yet the left has gone away They're not really interested in being part of that fight It seems to me anymore They're just interested in scoring points If it looks like Durham is going to bring serious cases against people who really did something wrong It's just going to double triple and quadruple down and either deny that anything bad happened or say but it was all justified because there was foreign spying And all the stuff that's been debunked They've invested too much in this narrative to give up on

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Tkachuk, Brown lead Senators past Capitals 4-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Tkachuk, Brown lead Senators past Capitals 4-1

"The senator said dropped ten straight to the capitals before Sunday's four one victory in Washington Brady could Chuck and Connor brown each had a goal and an assist to back Anton Forsberg who stopped thirty three shots in Ottawa's first victory in Washington since January twenty fourteen Alex Formenton and Adam Gaudette added early goals as the senators jumped out to a two nothing lead after the first period Chris Tierney set up two goals as outerwear handed Washington its fifth straight regulation home loss Nicklas Backstrom provided the caps long goal as they fell for the eleventh time in seventeen games overall I'm Dave Ferrie

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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Appreciates Parent Participation at School Board Meetings

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 6 months ago

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Appreciates Parent Participation at School Board Meetings

"Listen we saw it for what it was and the great writer on our side and the conservative side Michael Anton who I adore He has this thing this phenomenon on the left where they always say that's not happening but it's great that it is And they tried this with CRT where first it was a great thing And then we saw what it was and then they said well it's only in law schools And then they said it's a Republican fairytale You made it up But yet weird if we made it up why would you be concerned about us banning it right Isn't that kind of strange That's exactly it That's exactly a discussion we've had and we do have instances in every state You can see instances where there's curriculum and content that's in our classrooms that is critical race theory It's just permeated the education textbook company is enough that it concerns people and I'm glad parents are showing up Most people get panicked when they see parents showing up at school board meetings I think it's phenomenal three years ago one of the first bills I brought as governor was putting more history into our classrooms and Republicans killed that Bill So I've been talking about it for years here I'm glad to see that we're overwhelmingly addressing these issues across the country now

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Tkachuk ends scoring drought with 2 goals, Sens beat Canes

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Tkachuk ends scoring drought with 2 goals, Sens beat Canes

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Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Michael Anton: This Regime Has Concluded It Will Not Make Any Compromises

"But I'm getting concerned I mean we have this new domestic terrorism unit Notice with the founding of the unit they talk about these and we're worried about this at this massive growth and white supremacists and all this stuff As if this threats around every corner And there used to be kind of a check on this stuff and it was the ACLU types who went back in the day decades ago were principled that they would defend it literally the Ku Klux Klan I mean we used to have groups like Rage Against the Machine These pop culture groups They are the machine now Michael I mean you got Neil Young who didn't have a tour called the free speech tour once calling for Joe Hogan to be censored on Spotify It seems like the overlap of the spheres where we at least believe in dialog is now gone and now that that emergency breaks gone I'm a little concerned where this is going to go Well I'm very concerned I think what has happened is the people in power the regime as I call it has concluded that it's not going to make any compromises It's not going to meet red America halfway a quarter of the way a third of the way Any part of the way It's going to keep doing what it's doing in consolidating its power and reaping the rewards and essentially leaching the heartland dry through outsourcing financialization and opioids and all of these other policies And it knows that as it does this it's making red America deplorables et cetera More and more upset angry and desperate and the only way to deal with it in the regime's point of view that anger desperation and so on this is just cracked down hard You can't treat a people's a 100 million However many of them there are A 100 million a 150 million people like this in perpetuity and not expect some kind of angry backlash So they want the message prepped upfront that when and if the angry backlash comes in whatever form however small however however apparently justified it's not justified It's insurrection and Civil War know your place shut down shut up and sit down and whatever power we use against you will be

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Michael Anton: For the Left, There's One Standard for Them and No Standard for Us

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 7 months ago

Michael Anton: For the Left, There's One Standard for Them and No Standard for Us

"This woman this doctor Courtney radish who wrote this piece about how Tucker Carlson mentioned the journalist Michael Taylor Lorenz on the air And then mentions one opera in other words trying to link them So that's their rules right I mentioned this about this woman the endeavor Like hey you mentioned Tim pool and his house got swatted And they lose their minds It's like what are the rules What are we not allowed to discuss people Are we inciting violence by addressing them Are we not They can't seem to agree on his common set of rules here Well David do they agree on the comments that are rules They just can't be explicit about what the basis of the continuity is And the common sense is there's one standard for them and there's another standard for us So if they were Lorenz I remember this right She posted or said something inaccurate about something and when it was shown that it was completely scurrilous she didn't she just sort of swatted away the criticism and Tucker Carlson criticize her for that Well that's outrageous and that's inciting violence But remember when somebody The New York Times itself was threatening to publish Tucker Carlson's home address and he had to take that airwaves to say you guys can do this I suppose You shouldn't but I'm going to publish the home address of the reporter and the photographer and all of that And they back down And they're outraged about this They do exactly the same thing It's okay when they do it It's bad when we do it It's a very clear double standard And their double standard is justified in their own minds that we're bad guys in their good guys and because they're good guys they can violate whatever standard they want because it's all in the nature of a just cause but because we're bad guys we can't do the same behavior that they do or even behavior much less intrusive and much less offensive or whatever than they do Without just further confirming our badness

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Michael Anton: If Trump Supporters Were Actually Dangerous, the Deep State Would've Stepped in Already

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 7 months ago

Michael Anton: If Trump Supporters Were Actually Dangerous, the Deep State Would've Stepped in Already

"Michael these psychological operations obviously sign up being sure for that They're not unusual They're not in any of the remotely unprecedented It's pretty common actually And you stay in the piece that they really have kind of two functions one of them to be you know that use the Tokyo rose example to demoralize people You know not an uncommon battlefield tactic at all But one of the others I believe you kind of hit that is the gaslight people into believing what their eyes are telling them isn't real In other words the left wants to criminalize dissent They want an open pathway to the finish line They don't want any conservatives getting in their way and challenging them And as you state in the piece the left understands that the American people have this inherent kind of revulsion towards censorship and political targeting So the way around that is by this psychological operation to get them to believe that these hordes of maga supporters right Are arming themselves for this mass Civil War but you bring up a great point If this was happening the FBI would be all over this Where are all these soldiers they're talking about And the media would be all over it I mean think about the media would love the media and the deep state the national security state would love nothing more than to have some real group of people organizing a militia with the explicit intention or implicit intention of overthrowing the United States government because then they could go and round all those people up and have spectacularly publicized trials splash front pages on The New York Times Washington Post Wall to wall coverage on CNN then it would justify what they're talking about It would feed the narrative They don't have any of these people It's not happening So they have to make it up Look they even had to again I trust Julie Kelly and others on this one We still don't really know what happened in the alleged kidnapping case of the governor of Michigan But it seems clear that there were feds all over it and it may be a case of simple entrapment where a bunch of people who have certain misguided political opinions because they could be led down this road but wouldn't have gone down that road had not federal agents come and go to them

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"anton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

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"anton" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

Perspectives on Healthcare

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

"The three questions question number one. about me. Question number two is. Will you help me in question. Number three is cannot. Trust you now when i say answer. Yes those three questions. I don't want you to answer. Yes to those three questions with your words. I want you to answer. Yes to those three questions with your actions. How you showing the care team that you care about them that you're willing to help them and that they can trust you. How you showing that parent that visitor. That child who is with a sick parent that you care about them that you willing to help them to get back to their lives and live out their god-given potential but more importantly that they can trust everything that you say. Dude is going to be focused on those first two questions. That's what every healthcare every medical professionals should be doing is through their actions answering yes to those three fundamental questions. That is a very powerful way to end this conversation anton gun. Thank you very much for being with me today. I appreciate your perspective on healthcare. Thanks for listening to perspectives on health care. Visit perspectives on healthcare dot com to learn more about rob oliver or to subscribe. So you never miss an episode. If this podcast was valuable we'd appreciate a review on itunes. Or if you tell a friend or coworker about the show that would be helpful to join us again next time for more perspectives on health care..

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"anton" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

Perspectives on Healthcare

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

"From the your keynote speaker studio in pittsburgh pennsylvania here is your host rob oliver. Hey and welcome my guest. Today is someone. I met through the national speakers association. His name is anton gun and let me just say his bio. I had to go through and it would take me about a half hour to read all of his accomplishment so i'm just going to highlight a couple of them okay. He is a former hospital executive and he was a senior advisor to president. Barack obama on the affordable care act. He has recently been named one of the ten most influential minority executives in healthcare by fierce healthcare. Currently he is the ceo of nine thirty seven strategy group which works on leadership workplace culture and diversity equity and inclusion he is from columbia south carolina a member of generation x. anton gun. Welcome to the show. Thank you so very much for having me excited about being here with you. Yeah so first question. Tell me a little bit about yourself and your role in healthcare. Yeah well so. It's definitely great to be with you in and you gave all of the formal stuff in the bio. So i won't bother to recount that but i will tell you first and foremost is that. I'm a son of a navy veteran and grandson of an army veteran and a great grandson of an army veteran..

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"anton" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Anton. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Let's start by talking about proof of work. Proof of work is the oldest known mechanism for doing distributed consensus for a currency for cryptocurrency. How what are the problems with proof of work. And what are the alternatives to it. So okay let's start by just explaining in a higher level what is basically it's Some sort of a lottery. Think where we need to produce a certain number that is basically answers some sort of condition cripple work basically you need to produce the number with a certain amount of trailing zeroes so so the lottery because most. Cpu's deep used need to calculate a lot of numbers until they do is basically they produce a lot of random numbers until they found. Find a number that answers this condition so basically what this causes is is basically. It's making your gpu or whatever cpu work really really hard ground mining numbers and once in a while you find this number so this causes very high energy consumption so we know that currently work algorithms such as bitcoin take Two percents of the energy produced on earth. Which is quite a lot and basically. This is a major problem of it. Besides there are also other problems. Such as i'm because now there's a lot of Designated hardware to produce proof of work so the cost of these components is very expensive and there are a lot of minors which take in a lot of these components and basically they they use them they them for it for quite a long time and the produce also without of like a waste by producing these components running down and then buying some more. So it's kind of very wasteful and not like earth friendly this whole process of proof of work and it's becoming a big problem because of the popularity of proof of work protocols because Work is the i think. The most easy and straightforward protocol to sustain blockchain's and the more recent popular alternatives to proof of work are proof of stake and proof of space and time. Maybe there are some other proof of x. Algorithms tell me about the costs and benefits of proof of stake and and we'll get into to proof of space and time so it was basically it switches the need for dummies numbers and basically allows minors to mine and produced blocks into blockchain using like a staking algorithm which means that. You stake a certain amount of money and you follow the rules of protocol if you don't follow the rules of the protocol so you're stake is taking from they can from you and this is like define you need bake for not for not pulling the roots of the protocol so this guy on one hand. It's a big improvement from proof of work because it doesn't require a lot of Calculations to be done and doesn't require as much energy to be wasted for nothing basically but on the other hand this hurts certain key aspect of a block. Ching which is the centralization so the centralization is very important for the security of a blockchain because if a blockchain is not centralized and it's very centralized so some miners may collude and basically the side to not stay in some transactions or Prefer some transactions over others and basically turned the the entire blockchain and it state to their benefit so basically if when using prefer work. So you basically give more power to minors who have mistake to put in. So the stakes. I don't know exactly how much you need to stay right now. In like the leading protocols or like how much ethereal wants you to stay. But i know it's not a a small amount of money. Meaning that small liners and like home. Minors can't really participate in this protocol. So this in fact like causes some sort of centralisation of the power to minors. That have enough enough money to stake. So this is the major issue with the proof of stake currently all right. Well that leads us to proof. Space time describe what proof of space. Time is so proof. Space dime is exactly what it sounds you instead of generating brand of numbers and trying to win some raffle. You take some space on your computer. And you prove that you have stored this base for a certain amount of time that the protocol decides and after this amount of time has passed. You're eligible to participate in the consensus of The block mesh in our case in space missions Case and just blocks so basically privilege facetime works differently than the two other protocols. We've mentioned before because it doesn't require a lot of calculations or computations to be done constantly. You have an initiate initially face to face where you basically ride down some sort of hash and data structure on your hard drive and which you publish to the network proof that you have Stored this space. Then we have certain time servers that are called poets and they basically take this proof a minor has published and they storage for a for a while as much as the protocol states they should and then after this time past they release another proof that they have stored this for a while and if you still have the storage you're allowed to participate in the protocol and create a block and eventually Collect the reward for the block created so as oppose to the other two algorithms with mentioned. It doesn't take a lot of energy as i said before. And it's not prone to centralization as much because although miners do gets rewards and the possibility create blocks according to the space they're stored gigabyte on my home. Computer is the same as a gigabytes on a large server. So also at all times small miners will be able to participate in this protocol. And thus sustaining this decentralisation requirements for blockchain or a block. Mesh dad keeps the network more secure and less prone to collusion of malicious minors. How do the costs to the infrastructure available or the environment. Or i guess i could just say costs more generally like if we think of the the overall cost structure of the bitcoin network i think the overall cost structure is all these mining facilities that have to be run and you know the the cost of electric power. How did the cost comparisons balance out between proof of space in time algorithms and proof of work algorithms. So we haven't done this calculation in particular. But what i can say is that like from an energy consumption aspect..

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"anton" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Anton. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Let's start by talking about proof of work. Proof of work is the oldest known mechanism for doing distributed consensus for a currency for cryptocurrency. Now what are the problems with proof of work. And what are the alternatives to it. So okay let's start by just explaining in a higher level what is basically it's Some sort of a lottery. Think where we need to produce a certain number that is basically answers some sort of condition cripple work basically you need to produce the number with a certain amount of trailing zeroes so so the lottery because most. Cpu's deep used need to calculate a lot of numbers until what they do is basically they produce a lot of random numbers until they found find a number that answers this condition so basically what this causes is is basically. It's making your gpu or whatever cpu work really really hard ground mining numbers and once in a while you find this number so this causes very high energy consumption so we know that currently work algorithms such as bitcoin take Two percents of the energy produced on earth with quite a lot and basically this is a major problem of it. Besides there are also other problems. Such as i'm because now there's a lot of Designated hardware to produce proof of work so the cost of these components is very expensive and there are a lot of minors which take in a lot of these components and basically they they use them these them for it for quite a long time and the produce also without of like a waste by producing these components running down and then buying some more. So it's kind of very wasteful and not like earth friendly this whole process of proof of work and it's becoming a big problem because of the popularity of proof of work protocols because Work is the i think. The most easy and straightforward protocol to sustain blockchain's and the more recent popular alternatives to proof of work are proof of stake and proof of space and time. Maybe there are some other proof of x. Algorithms i don't really know about tell me about the costs and benefits of proof of stake and and we'll get into to proof of space and time so it was basically it. Switches the need for the is numbers and basically allows minors to mine and produced blocks into blockchain using like a staking algorithm which means that you stake a certain amount of money and you follow the rules of protocol if you don't follow the rules of the protocol so you're stake is taking from. They can from you and this is like define you need bake for not for not pulling the roots of the protocol. So this guy on one hand. It's a big improvement from proof of work because it doesn't require a lot of Calculations to be done and doesn't require as much energy to be wasted for nothing basically but on the other hand this hurts certain key aspect of a block. Ching which is the centralization so the centralization is very important for the security of a blockchain because if a blockchain is not centralized and it's very centralized so some miners may collude and basically decide to not stay in some transactions or Prefer some transactions over others and basically turned the the entire blockchain and it state to their benefit so basically if when using prefer work. So you basically give more power to minors who have mistake to put in. So the stakes. I don't know exactly how much you need to stay right now. In like the leading protocols or like how much ethereal wants you to take. But i know it's not a a small amount of money. Meaning that small liners and like home. Minors can't really participate in this protocol. So this in fact like causes some sort of centralisation of the power to minors. That have enough enough money to stake. So this is the major issue with the proof of stake currently all right. Well that leads us to proof. Space time describe what proof of space and time is so proof. Space dime is exactly what it sounds you of generating random numbers and trying to win some raffle. You take some space on your computer. And you prove that you have stored this base for a certain amount of time that the protocol decides and after this amount of time has passed. You're eligible to participate in the consensus of The block mesh in our case in space missions Case and just blocks so basically privilege facetime works differently than the two other protocols. We've mentioned before because it doesn't require a lot of calculations or computations to be done constantly. You have an initiate in initially face to face where you basically ride down some sort of hash and data structure on your hard drive and after which you publish to the network proof that you have Stored this space then. We have certain time servers that are called poets and they basically take this proof a minor has published and they storage for a for a while as much as the protocol states they should and then after this time past they release another proof that they have stored this for a while and if you still have the storage you're allowed to participate in the protocol and create a block and eventually Collect the reward for the block created so as oppose to the other two algorithms with mentioned. It doesn't take a lot of energy as i said before. And it's not prone to centralization as much because although miners do get rewards and the possibility create blocks according to the space they're stored gigabytes on my home. Computer is the same as a gigabytes on a large server. So also at all times small miners will be able to participate in this protocol. And thus sustaining this decentralisation requirements for blockchain or a block. Mesh dad keeps the network more secure and less prone to collusion of malicious minors. How do the costs to the infrastructure available or the environment. Or i guess i could just say costs more generally like if we think of the the overall cost structure of the bitcoin network i think the overall cost structure is all these mining facilities that have to be run and you know the the cost of electric power. How did the cost comparisons balance out between proof of space in time algorithms and proof of work algorithms. So we haven't done this calculation in particular. But what i can say is that like from an energy consumption aspect.

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"anton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"On the show. Today i'm joined by a couple of innovators in the area of real estate automation. That's rex lab. Ceo anton babkov and rick crm. Hit of product. Tom mccarthy so welcome. Back to the show and tom and the show for the first time. Tom glad to be here. Yeah really really excited. Thanks for having a say well. It's it's great to have you back because we've had some great chats in the past. And thomas mentioned your first timer on elevates they can you describe exactly what it is j. x labs. Yeah so. I'm the head of product for rex. And my role is basically purely focused on the on the crm in coordinating without design and development team. Basically chart the cost for the product. So i spend a lot of time talking to customers getting product feedback and then taking that feedback to product team and working on building new features and solving new problems and moving the product ford and a bunch of ways. Amazing and radio. I think you'll buys have changed on the website. Because i was reading them before we walked in here. And they great. By the way and anton you describe yourself as doing all sorts of ceo things including hailing. Take news and jumping up and down with excitement. What's the in may jump up and down with excitement in the race in recent months. Oh god what i. It's an exciting time. It's such an exciting time to be alive. The roaring twenties of back. This is my big name. I think Covid has done some really interesting things in terms of people saving money and also suppressing some of those instincts that we have to travel abroad. And do all those things as we don't destroy we're gonna be stuck here for a little while so it's really interesting. Seeing how people are translating that into into creativity and Into some you proceeds and is really fascinating with the money. Money supply people are starting to spend some of those that was squirreling away. What's happening with the property market. What's happening around climate change. What's happening in technology and being at the cross section of that business. That that's definitely got me jumping up and down with excitement at the moment. It's extraordinary such an amazing time for the industry. Such extraordinary time for the industry to make hype all the signs but also kind of knowing that this really strong fundamentals that are driving some of the gross and some of the activity that we saying. It's a really big macro changes. It's just an exciting time. Who wouldn't be jumping up and down.

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"anton" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"anton" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Today. You're complaining about a very disturbing robot for children so <hes>. this actually is i. I saw this <hes>. On a commercial that came up on our streaming service. And i actually said to. My husband is an snl skip. Are we watching a saturday night. Live is this for real bad for a horror movie up like legitimately it was. It was so out there that i thought it was a skit because it started off with this young boy in a room. And he's sitting by himself at one of those little play tables first of all wire young boy who's like six or seven at a little tiny toddlers. Play table is beyond me but anyway <hes>. So he's sitting there and he's doing something on his own. Obviously right those. I'm elise no other children around. Because he's in his bedroom or wherever he is and then both as parents come in and they walk over and hi how are you and what you're doing and the child is looking very to look very kind of lonely. You know anton and socially isolated and then they delicately delicately introduce this <hes>. This table top robot that they they call moxie and it's like it's not like it doesn't look like a person it kind of looks like maybe like <hes>. Yoda like it's kind of like this little creature without the ears but it's got like a body and then head and then like two cars that move and then it's got this the faces digital so the faces the screen and they start introducing this robot this child and the child in the robot. Start this interaction. This social interaction and the robot is asking the child these questions and there you know shaking hands and they're talking and so just to sum up this whole commercial this is being. This robot is kind of being touted as a revolution in child development. Because this robot is going to interact with your child is going to socialize with your child and is going to be. You know the thing that is going to help your child. <hes> socially and emotionally grow as a human being so to me that is disturbing on so many stories. So that's my my summary address the situation. And what are your thoughts after. You whitney oregon. Oh my gosh this is. This is what has come to this. What we're doing. Because i watch the video but i went to the website and looked at that thing and could they have made it any crappier. Honestly it's not even pleasing to look at it. Did you see the child. Did you scroll down and see the child. These children do not look happy. Children look like we will take your programming. Tell our parents thank you. There's something deeply not right here. Oh and it helps. Apparently the robot helps the children's self-regulate so if they're if they're like you know if there is stressed or their emotional than the robot will do <hes>. Breathing exercises with them year. That's joe they're becoming emotionless. Autumn's do the will of the robot so circulation. Didn't this is so bizarre. It really is. This i mean is a solution to our social distancing of neal's a sweat people are are looking for because their kids aren't being socialize. I saw this on a commercial on tv. And then i was reading an article yesterday about. How moms are starting to worry about their young babies and toddlers who are not getting the socialization that <hes>. We they would typically have because of our social distancing policies and procedures and in the article. It name this moxie as a solution to the socialization issues that we have right now. I'm thinking only this really like this is what it is now that were trying to find other ways to to get our kids to socialize.

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"anton" Discussed on  Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast

"This is a hard episode to produce. I'm just going to jump right into it Anton zilberg the Creator and founder of Auto host about this episode is in memory of him in memory of his legacy. And in memory of his amazing family and business and just impact he's had on the industry wage. Unfortunately four days after recording this episode Anton unexpectedly passed away. And so if you're listening, we really wanted to get across this episode is in memory of him and memory of his family and the impact he's had on everybody. He's ever come in contact with Anton and I were just starting to walk. Get to know each other and really just had an amazing time with him on this podcast episode. So I'm honored that we get to show his his memory and in this forum. And so thank you guys for tuning in and just listening and yeah, you know really being a part of what his vision and goal was and if you're dead you are listening to this right now, we want to you know, send Love Prayer thoughts out to his family and team and so please enjoy the episode take notes because this guy was nothing but a genius an amazing guy. So this is is for you Anton. This is for your family. This is for your team how to host and of course, like I said for your legacy, welcome to select the hospitality podcast where we discuss all things Hospitality hotels and business. You can find us online at flick off the podcast. And on every podcast listening platform. All right everybody. Welcome back to Slick talk the hospitality podcast and I'm your host will Slickers. I'm very thankful for zoom and all these electric ways that we can I use for meetings and all of this and exciting stuff that I've got swirled. So today I have an awesome guest I'm Anton zilberberg from Auto host. And for any of you walk out there in.

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"anton" Discussed on The Long Lost Explorer

The Long Lost Explorer

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on The Long Lost Explorer

"I'm I'm not some kind of help positional leader from the outside who is terrible and doing everything of to protest the peace in our country on. Average Person Calypso year who is aware of the political situation we are currently in and who doesn't like it. So I will leave I would leave some accounts that you can follow me on and I on certain. Questions on Reddit as well. If you're if you're for it soon. Yeah. If you if you give me the social profiles, I will definitely out have been the description. Yeah. And I've been working on some things for you to that you can check out. Wants to make channel is some educational stuff. So if you enjoyed. These if you enjoy these kind of talks about the. About some new Info, some say something educational and I hope that you could follow the Youtube Channel and will post some pretty interesting stuff soon. Coal Will. Anton thank you so much. This was. I'm glad I stayed up to almost two o'clock to talk to you about this because this is what I want. This is why I love and you've given me so much more insight. Now, you probably giving me more education on Belarus than any university can ever give me. Are, there. No that was that was the point of it all and. Cutting out. Okay. I should he find? Is it on? Your. your I'm also happy to do that because to outside observers may seem really wild what is happening here but if you're familiar with the situation than it just seems like the next logical step in in the course of fall over our country and the hepatitis, the news, and I'm really happy for this opportunity to be able to talk to at least a few people may who will listen to this and maybe if this gets traction than just going to be super happy stay outside world can now see what's going on. Yeah. Definitely. Well, I'll do my best to you know. Shoot it out there so much for everybody to here. But again, thanks for talking to be and Will keep contact. We'll talk soon. Thank you so much. I'm also really have the homeless Yeah Oh? Yeah. Definitely. Well, thanks Anton. We'll.

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"anton" Discussed on The Long Lost Explorer

The Long Lost Explorer

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on The Long Lost Explorer

"Today, we have Anton who is over in means Bellarusse for those who don't know there is a lot of things going on due to the presidential elections that happened. it looks like there might have been some corruption on some obvious corruption which why most of the citizens are protesting it And we've been getting a fairly weird amount of information and not necessarily clear information over in the US. So I want to bring light to the situation, and so I reach out to Anton Online and he agreed to do the podcast and I will not be saying his last name because of some reasons with the governments and some of the censorship that's going on over there, which will be talking about. So please welcome Anton Anton. Hello. Yeah. Hi, it's Nice. It's nice to be here. I could just tell even talking before you were you were super excited to do this and. It seems like you have a lot of things that you want to say. Yeah, I've been I'm like a little bit nervous, but I'm also really really excited to do to be doing. Instead of getting morning to, you should just got a shot of vodka whatever you drink. It would relax you a little bit. No. what is be I wouldn't be able to talk at all. It's like Walker right now. So I, know the Russian kind of stereotype is vodka. Over there. Do you guys have a stereotype for a drink alcoholic drink over there or is it just vodka because they lump you in? Well. It's probably still vodka because we are essentially like all the polls. Soviet. Countries are essentially the same culture or at least similar in terms of their culture since what car has been the traditional product made in Russia well, you know. Of stuck with literally. Every country I gotcha. We're actually not that not that far from Russia in terms of our own culture and. Actually one of the most to drinking nations worldwide like official statistics no, no joke one really..

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"anton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on KOMO

"Techs and of course you can download the latest podcast from our auto expert Anton woman on the phone he's an independent analyst and investor so I have some despite most of the U. S. news there is other stories outside of cove in nineteen that are happening this week the one that interests me the most will get to loss but that which is about Toyota's production prime but let's start off with the V. W. software into like for the new IDC areas they have had a few troubles at me W. an alley with the software that goes into the vehicles that's right so we're talking here about the so called and you beat platform that is coming out of the Volkswagen group dental underpin well over thirty or forty models just in the next two years alone from the Volkswagen SIAC Skoda and Audi brands the very first one to roll off the production line happened in November last November and Volkswagen is made over thirty thousand I need your units and they're just stacking up because they can't deliver them out yourself why are they made thirty thousand units and they are delivering them when people apparently are screening for electric cars and boats walking has to sell them in order to meet all of the S. C. O. Q. quotas that day Europe prescribes so without which they have to face the prohibitive fines and they're sitting there because of software isn't ready yet after having great problems with their in house talent or lack thereof in terms of getting the software right and at some point here isn't going to become a critical issue and you may imagine that this is also not the best time to have a problem like this when they could have delivered tens of thousands of units in the last few months now making some buyers might even be backing out at some point for all completely unrelated reasons so this is a big problem and if they don't solve the very very soon it will be late these critical product launches from the Volkswagen brand to see out the Skoda and eventually Audi brands that are all coming out in the fall let's end let's look at those quotas with Europe is very strict China is becoming more strict in the U. S. has a potential for being strict as far as CO two is confirmed us consent is there a likelihood that under what's presently going on with the code nineteen that governments in those three regions may relax some of those laws are we still on head ahead as scheduled well we're in unchartered territory so clearly anything is possible but there are these are the following puts and takes so at the specific downside here to the auto makers is that most of these new electric cars that are coming out are brand new to the market right so these are you need to get chicken involves logging cake with high volume ID three model that will be sold in Europe this is the worst thing that could happen for a bit for them because this was the single biggest contributor to the Volkswagen group meeting their targets in terms of the futile rules so they can not afford this to be late but other automakers are coming out with electric cars as well continually nobody else having the specific problems but are there better watch out just in case something like that would happen to them she looks down the other side of the equation clearly all automotive sales are down a lot starting in the last few weeks so no they don't no longer have to sell as many electric cars this year at the end previously planned on doing that was the plan all along and now they are gonna tell twenty percent or whatever if your cars this year well then after twenty percent smaller problems that disproportionately speaking given the fact can loaded nature of the law this really is a bigger problem for them then that offended all right we cannot interrupt just for second take a quick break I want to continue this when we come back to listening to al auto expo keep listening Nick miles our auto expert is moments away on Coleman's one thousand seven ninety seven seven with the commercial insurance market getting tougher in some areas you need to broker wasn't afraid to get tough themselves like propellant Sheeran's have propelled.

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"anton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Anton's us is you can try and Sam Shane KFBK morning news continues on news ninety three point one of the U. K. all right it's Friday morning six forty is the time and we need to check in with Brian all the sales all in rolling pretty slow on I. eighty across the top of town now before that things look good if you're coming in from Roseville nine minutes get to the cap cities but don't want to get past this would westbound across the top down just a little past one Avenue you gonna get the slowdown this reports right by nature valley oats and honey crunch bars westbound eighty eight just past Railey Boulevard got an accident three vehicles involved one's a big gray CHP is there they'd get everything is over on the shoulder out of the roadway but traffic is slowing to a crawl almost all the way back to what Avenue once you pass would westbound on the cap city freeway nine minutes get to the downtown it's thirteen minutes in from elk Grove on either five or ninety nine little bit east of highway ninety nine east bound florin road is still above blocked due to an accident at rimrock Dr it's a hit and run accident somebody apparently took out a transformer and then split the scene the eastbound lanes are blocked their fifty west Allis good all the way in from fall some eighteen minutes in on the eastbound side of now Avenue off ramp get a solo vehicle lacks in but it's not causing a delay in no one's heard it becoming a from woodland on I five twenty one minutes we'll do it sixteen for making the commute from Davis right now you spend eighty across the causeway nature valley oats and honey crunch bars the satisfying crunch of nature valley crunch bars can keep your family going which means more outside fun for you and the whole grain oats in real life she's honey it's really tasty too nature valley held to ninety crunch bars traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons pry nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. falling in the morning with a mix of sun and clouds today highs in the upper fifties will have a chance for scattered showers overnight lows in the low forties in the valley scattered showers continue into the morning cloudy the.

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"anton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"anton" Discussed on KOMO

"The end of twenty twenty one is this a surprise Anton no longer speaking not although it was positive to understand the tightening with a little bit more positions something GM not that in the past there is very friendly that began this rumor going around that the act planned on showing some short of the concept of an electrified the truck of some sort at the the Consumer Electronics Show in January but that he got hold because they basically got snagged up in those items surrounding the biggest strike that took almost three out months out of a lot of GM stand so do not believe that would mean that GM would show that thing at some point in the spring instead instead whether in February March certainly by April at the latest we should see at least the concept of what they do yeah might be up to you and it might be more things than just wanna might be pickup truck and some sort of a very advanced the S. U. V. of some sort that could be hearken back to the good old timer dates do you think the GM I gotta be ahead of the game with this of course is now things like the review and pick up truck Ford F. one fifty they're gonna go electrified there's other via other companies working on electric pick up a GM right there in there or the head of the game I think that when it comes to the underpinnings of the vehicle namely batteries and motors think about it all no company centrally no company has caused a lot as much as experienced as GM I have made the easy one in the mid nineties and they have to hold down the bold than they have really come out with products that have been from an engineering and quality standpoint absolutely superior where GM has its chief for weeks that it's in the design department whether it's interior designer yeah or or exterior design I think the GM is like vast currently characterized looks a little bit of a hit man itself I think that where where GM risks the falling flat it's in making a design that simply can't keep up with what many of the other companies beach sport or catch flower jaguar I would be or any of the other companies are bringing to market these days so I have I have a great trusting GM when it comes to the electric motors and batteries and their quality and reliability locked in the design department I'm just hoping they'd been able to work turned the ship around now GM obviously have the underpinnings as you said it would be a cool electric truck but by the time that she get one to market they gonna be first in line a lost in line well looks like right now will review and could be the first in line if you look at the timeline of great things are happening and then followed by a tiny little private company bowling your which is kind of my favorite from a design standpoint but yeah of course you will have a hard time given distribution and so forth and then all of the others seem to be arriving at the same time without confirmation from Ford and GM and test for that all those three players will hit the market with their large order of twenty twenty one so just consider this huge clash fourth quarter twenty twenty one bachelor GM and Ford all of them at the same time I mean talk of our world the lighting a lot of attention at the LA international Auto Show from V. W. showing off their old electric ID's which is that concept vehicles but the now confirming Alexa Glatch station wagon to come twenty twenty two that's right so the first vehicle that they're coming to the US market which is sort of this compact SUVs a rocket to go on that will hit that the very end of twenty twenty let's take in US dealerships January twenty one and then they will have in their early or mid twenty twenty two they will have the year plus the eighty costs the huge band at that will be made in Germany and then within just a couple months after that probably the second half of twenty twenty two.

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"anton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"anton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Want your weight Anton. yeah I have a. those. people waking up. yeah. kill all those all. what better than just killing. thank you dynamite come with me. but it. up. the policeman of the high school. or you can see me. if I. great that. they won't be able. all those people. waiting to be killed. jet fuel more staff. hi I am with you. you say. okay. okay I. all the people waiting to be killed. but but don't. and.

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"anton" Discussed on X96

X96

07:07 min | 3 years ago

"anton" Discussed on X96

"Utah's And I think that's original kind of interesting alternative you re ninety recount six. that. Absolutely. So after Anton passed away his parents had the foresight to start just basically archiving his life home videos, all his writings. He's a prolific writer journal entries interviews anything basically create an archive with the hopes of maybe one day. Passing along to a filmmaker to tell the story they got to a point where I think they're ready handle this off. They rejected Drake because Anton love Drake from their work together. And he was close with them and Drake understood that he was probably too close to Anton to tell the story properly. So he recommended me we went to film school together seventeen years ago and worked on things, and I came in I met with the parents, I was I was moved by their story. I learned how complex and layered. This young man was and historian needed to be told kind of the beginning of the song. So weighty thing for you to take on. Yeah. This is my friend. Could you do them? Right. Well, it is. But I can't wait with film because the way I laid it out is basically how I discovered him. I am fold the story. I mean when I was in my research. It was like, whoa. He worked with this person. He affected this person. Fascinating. Because I mean me I just saw him in Star Trek. I mean, I don't. Although as it turns out, we figured out that I'll come on your big love story. Yeah. We we did some digging. We found out that we did interview. Anton for alpha, y'all fantastic. Yeah. About doing this for years great at about I, but I really I'd never I wouldn't have fought the just seeing him circling, wait. He he did. He was a prolific writer and had there were layers and layers. I had no idea. I mean, he was good in Star Trek. But that doesn't show you that there might have not. That's what's special about the film. I think is it really kind of opens up a whole new audience to this young man, anyone who's ever created anything ever can relate to this film in this journey. I think well tell us a little bit more about him. And of course, we want us audience an older audience. There's a lot of masturbation. Kidding? It's not a coming of age. Didn't you're in. Now, I'm in Star Trek. At my gym saw scene where he sings a song checkoff jerk off. No. Honestly it. It's a really funny moment in the movie and in flag. Thank you. Both those. So it's. Drake's right. This thing unfolds is a coming of age story. Anton grew up movies. He started acting the age of eight and huge Sinophile and massively research. He went finally knowledgeable passionate about every position on the crew. So interested in talking to them and learning about everything they did. Yeah. It's it's a story starts with his parents, essentially because they're good part of this. Absolutely. So another. I mean, it's it's an emigrant story. They were they were actually from. They were they were professional ice skaters in Russia had an amazing life because of the anti-semitism going on the eighties after Antanas born six months old they had to get out, and they can the US gave up everything had had eight thousand dollars their pocket, not another little son to the United States and started started all over, and I as a parent myself, the relationship between him, and his parents is what I really wanted to explore on the movies ultimately framed within this relationship, and we were able to get Nick cage to read all his letters. He would cheese lettuce rotates to his parents. And then the story is framed amongst these ladders, hence, the title Levin Toshio Hollywood, sign his letters. Nick was very much like a kindred spirit. I mean, if Anton gotten to the point where Nikki is now, I think he would have made a lot of similar choices interests and they loved each other very much. So it's very sort of touching hearing Nikko, and his parents apparently very much nurtured his and still his his memory very much. So only child. Yes, only child film, all the proceeds of the film was going to go to support his foundation which supports and creates grants for any creative types that have any kind of disability to try to help nurture them. So so he had some he had some. Yeah. He had he had cystic fibrosis. He was secretly living with his whole career nine years. I didn't know it drink drink. You're traveling with them. Traveling promoting like, crazy and. Hi, it's an he's coughing constantly. And he kind of had a, you know, he would wake up holes you hours every day to do breathing exercises before going on says if you think about what at time college. AM six AM with that though. And I'm sure you explore this his parents never thought he was going to live to be first of all they didn't tell me had it until he was eighteen years old. Really? Yeah. Because he was very sensitive. So when he finds out it's a really, yeah. Well, the Russian. Racing. Well, first of all as Anton Yeltsin foundation dot org. Yes. Yes. Most most people that have children don't prepare for their death from the moment. They're little average the average life expectancy is thirty five years old. Right. And but it is one of the fat like the discoveries are taking finding right now. Airspaces aids. The second fastest thing to help people this. So who's to say, I relive the trees were getting stronger and stronger, so. But again, you know, just and then a bizarre accident is a free bizarre accident. But again, that's the smallest part of the story. It's all about life, and the wonderful thing about what Gary made is that it it doesn't focus on that. It's an inspiring film. I think a lot of people come to see it. They expect something that's gonna be very sad day. I think people are feeling as they watch it that they're very inspired. And they're inspired call their parents, and anyone they loved and and wake up and create and be passionate about what they're doing an dig deeper into search for meaning in their lives in a way, they haven't before anything. That's what's special about gear made. And the way you talk about am. I imagine it was easy to get his co stars to come and talk about him. I had sixty plus interviews. You should see the people had couldn't even fit in the movie come on. Yeah. Potential Oscar winner Glenn Close. Close from. How dare you? Unbelievable. Was redoing. Let's get her back in the back. And she was amazing. We just had so many people talk about Anton and the. I see you've got you've got Chris pine you got John Stewart. Yeah. Yeah. Orad slammed afoul Lawrence. Some great stories already list goes on and on. Geez. Yeah. It's called love and Toshio you showed it earlier today. Right. Yes. We did. Well, I think so. Yeah. Yeah. Well, alright thanks for being with us. It's love anto show director Garrett price about his good friend, Drake Dora's who also produced. Thanks, you guys. Thank you guys so much you can have twizzlers and cooking. Trick or treat by guys. Thank you. X.

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"anton" Discussed on How I Built It

How I Built It

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"anton" Discussed on How I Built It

"Anton, thanks so much for your time. Where can people find you? Yeah. Fest bought would be drop ship lifestyle dot com. Everything is linked up there. So all the social pages you wanna contact maybe have the contact on there. But yeah. So we got all our links. Awesome. And I will include that end everything we talked about in today's episode, which is a lie. It's gonna be lengthy show notes. So be sure to head over to how built for those Anton thanks so much again for your time. I really appreciate it. Awesome. Thank you. Thanks so much to Anton for joining us today. I really liked his thoughts about kind of expanding. His ability to sell. How he built his website is which is WordPress. And a lot of stuff I use which I think is really cool and then his future predictions. I guess for drop shipping, especially that of Amazon, and how that's kind of the elephant in the room, and how that's going to affect the future of drop shipping. So he offered a lot of really great advice number appreciative for that. I'm also appreciative of our sponsors, plus pantheon and male poet fee. Short to check them out Brel, the show notes you can head over to how I built dot it slash one seven Mike question of the week for you is have you been thinking about job shipping. Or is this the first time you've ever heard of it? Let me know your thoughts at Joe at how I built dot it or on Twitter at J Casabona. If you liked this episode Bichon to give us a rating and review over on apple podcast it. It really helps people. Discover the show and until next time get out there and build something.

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