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Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

30 For 30 Podcasts

01:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"According to plan. And from that moment on Mars, plan became simple. Keep winning. Well, it has been four long years Martin Karoly at the helm, and from the beginning, they laid out a plan to get them to happens expectations for team. USA could not be higher. Marta put the US back on the medal. Stand at the two thousand four Olympics. Team USA took silver. Harda just like grabbed my face. Like. Oh my goodness barley patterson. has won the gold medal? Carly Patterson one gold in the all around for the first time since Mary Lou Retton, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four I. Remember Bella standing in the hallway after they won and in Athens, and is like see I told you so this is validation. This works was like a victory tour. We told you it was going to work. And this is just the start ladies and gentlemen, the two thousand and five wealthy mastic championship each year, the US became a more and more consistent force at the international level, an amazing turnaround in wheel gymnastics at the moment. The American girls had just come out here and blind everybody away the two thousand seven world gymnastics, championships. Did. Hard for Marta Karolyi. It's good news so hard to say gymnastics the right now. It feels like it's America Dynasty. Gymnastics, the number one team in the world. Headed to Beijing for the two thousand eight Olympic Games, yes. You uptown. Americans went one sued the goal to Nasty Lucan and the schober to Shawn Johnson Wow. Wow, wow! And no one benefited from the success of martyrs, teams more than USA gymnastics and its new president Steve Penny. When former President Bob Colorado see resigned in two thousand five USA gymnastics promoted senior VP of marketing to replace him. When Steve Penny was a USA cycling executive in the Nineties Lance Armstrong gave him the nickname dime because he was so good at selling the sport and in gymnastics, strong results at the Olympics could mean millions of dollars. Steve Penny, was hired to develop all. That went into USA gymnastics. Including Marketing and TV deals and all that he was great at it, absolutely brilliant at but longtime ucla gymnastics coach Val condos field had concerns about pennies single-minded for. But he was blinded by the Almighty dollar. He was so consumed. With winning medals. because. Metals translate to money. that. The. The athletes simply became a commodity. And Pons. To earn that money. The key to getting all those metals that Steve. Penny and USA gymnastics turned into dollars was the corollas. and that's what troubled. Val condos field. As the coach of a top college program that attracted formerly gymnasts. Val Mentor D- Several young women who had come up through Marta system. She had seen the physical and emotional costs up-close. You Can Trust Marta. To train the best gymnast in the world. You CAN'T Trust Marta. To care about those gymnasts. Is Human Beings. Bowery that Steve Never seemed to question martyrs methods provide any oversight I asked I said. Why do we let Martin get away with being so abusive? To our young girls. and. He looked at me. Like is crazy and he just said because she wins Bell..

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'Real Housewives' star Lisa Vanderpump closes Los Angeles County restaurant

Armstrong and Getty

00:27 sec | 19 hrs ago

'Real Housewives' star Lisa Vanderpump closes Los Angeles County restaurant

"Brother star Lisa Vanderpump has confirmed her Beverly Hills restaurant Villa Blanka is closing permanently. She did an interview with the daily Mail into the property's landlord was not willing to negotiate the cost of rent. And she was given no choice, she said. Unfortunately, Corona virus the situation was beyond our control, she said. Now that she's focused on reopening her other was Hollywood restaurants like Pump, Sir and Tom Tom, and he said many of the staff from Villa Blanka will be

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Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:27 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on WBBM Evening News

"To order order is an English rock band formed in 1980 camped in the demise of the previous Van Joy Division, following the suicide of from any Curtis in terms of the name New Order. The official story is that their manager spotted a news headline containing the text People's New Order of Kampuchea with phrase new order catching his attention. They did consider other names, too worried that they'd be taking a task for the name and considered Nazis, But they decided to keep it. Music house where Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong wrote. Some of the band's most well known songs is once again going up for sale. It's currently listed for a cool.

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Chicago - Four East Central Illinois Men Charged with Trafficking Child Pornography

WBBM Morning News

00:31 sec | 23 hrs ago

Chicago - Four East Central Illinois Men Charged with Trafficking Child Pornography

"Manner charge was separate and unrelated cases of trafficking in child pornography. 39 year old Christopher Bailey and 27 year old Tyler Geoffrey of Decatur are both registered sex offenders charged with trafficking. Child pornography to other defendants include 25 year old William Armstrong and 55 year old Wayne White of Rantoul. All four cases are unrelated, but we're brought up as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to come That child sexual exploitation and abuse launched by the Department of Justice. All four currently remain in custody. Rachel

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Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

00:29 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armstrong" discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Armstrong and getty show. Important for people to understand that once upon a time, we prescribe cigarette, threads, mathematics, and Leeches and cocaine and heroin for people of Medical Treatments. When we learn better, we do better. That's he surgeon general explaining how he said no masks at the beginning of this thing, and that is now pro mask. Look. We used to use leeches zone people times change. We're constantly update updating medical procedures. That's hilarious was like three months ago. You're saying you were giving advice as bad as like leeches and cocaine. Three months ago and we're supposed to chocolate off about we get a better surgeon general. A. Good Surgeon General. Thank you why no writer is expected to testify that Johnny Depp was never abusive to her as she testifies in that court case in London today. You missed the news on Friday. Amber heard apparently pooped in their marital bed. and that's what caused Johnny Depp decide. That's enough and divorced her after fifteen months well, and if I understand correctly, he's accusing her of doing it deliberate. Yeah, it was a more an editorial than an accident. Well, this is what I think of your behavior. Well, at least it's clear I mean it's it's. It's not like. What do you mean by this? You'd get. A I am. Throwing go the stretch. Stock Market this is. I I'm confused a little by the A. Record, record-setting stock market and you look around the the number of people unemployed. All the closed businesses the the. Third of people didn't make rent or house payment last month. As some troubling numbers out there, there's a lot of there's a lot of numbers that don't fit with normal and without that happens sometimes a big big. Something or others about the heaven cycle when everybody was buying houses, people that couldn't afford. Houses were all of a sudden buying big houses. What's going on there was this was very odd. Day of reckoning comes at some point, L. His from the Wall Street Journal. The stock market is clearly over priced by standard measures, the workhorse of stock valuations, the price earnings, ratio or P E, the stock prices of multiple of its earnings profits suppose a stock sells for ten dollars, a share with earnings of dollar share. It's got a pe of ten. We'll historically the PE for the entire US stock market is about fifteen today. It's twenty three. About fifty percent higher than historic average. All sorts of theories have been advanced to explain these lofty prices, the most popular in view. Involves the Federal Reserve's policy of holding short-term interest rates near zero and flooding financial markets with money. Then when you get to the, how much money can you flood out there? Before people start to think money isn't worth worth anything everybody's Gessen. Guessing when that, if when or if that comes do I've been hearing the predictions of hyper inflation for quite some time now and it hasn't happened. Yet yeah, exactly yet. Just I just think when you've got a whole bunch of things that don't add up. There's there's a major something hanging out. Yeah, there's there's a pillar under this somebody's Yank. I also think there's. A great. There's amazing sophistication right now. Among stock market traders in profiting from volatility whether it goes up or down, they don't care just so it moves so you're having forces Senate way up way down way up Lloyd. But he probably ought to get a hold on..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:01 min | Last week

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"That's an excellent point. Also right. Yeah, yeah, got I. I know I'm wishing for something. That just can't happen I wish there was a news outlet they could. They could give me that what he just said along with the other stuff. And then let me sort it out in my own head. I wish that could happen. Yeah and and listen I wish The president was a little less, a salesman and a little more. IS TO SOBER GIVER OF UPDATES but. I'm also not. Not Like In on T. in love teenager, where every time the president says something that sounds positive, I just swoon and the. Congressman Crenshaw addressed the trump style and clip twenty one. Your criticism appears to be based in one thing. That trump was overly optimistic. That's his style. You know again you can criticize it. That's fine, but it doesn't. But it's not connected to the actions that were actually taken because if I back up even further in February fourteenth CDC announces. Ongoing work with five laboratories to perform community based in Valencia, sir, balanced and steady the spread of the virus. WE'RE TRYING WE'RE A. A fact-finding Modem. February people forget this. We work at February. This lost lunch. The words really not, there's this. That's an easy and cheap accusation, because there's big bold moves taken like there wasn't January were like there was a march, but the reality is our government was working to create that test of the work as fast as we would have liked the no, of course not, and there's a lot of reasons for. I love Dan Crenshaw. He's pretty smart weddings fantastic. What was he in the military? O. I don't remember specifically I can come up with Google at for shakes. He's a smart guy. Oh Yeah I though there will be a lot of articles and then, and then further on books written about all this that are gonna be pretty interesting to read. Sees me. I thought he I just I accidentally. Gold Ben Crenshaw and came up with the sweet putting Gulf Star of the Seventies. Different Guy. Almost completely different. Almost completely. Yeah. Not a navy SEAL CURRENT CONGRESSMAN ARGUMENT WITH BILL Maher. With no, but boy, he could roll in fifteen footers because you'll for ten years five tours of Duty Ben. Crenshaw know Dan Cryan. Dan Crenshaw. I think no. I think we're confused about how many US opens as Dan Crenshaw one I'm guessing not a one haven't gotten to that part of the Wikipedia you same number as me. So, let's see. He lost his. I required surgery to receive the vision, his left eye A. During his third deployment in Helmand province. The hell for two more after losing his I yes. That's announced well in Bahrain and South Korea, but he stayed active duty. Wow! Yeah honorable man, a good man in the thing I enjoyed most about the The Mara Crenshaw discussion was that though they disagreed with the each other on a lot of different points, they brought perspectives to each other and were respectful. You know we're you know what is clearly the truth, but isn't GonNa do any good. not having a crowd allows them to have more of that kind of conversation because in front of Bill Maher's crowd. When Bill Marr would have said something, you know one of his points the crowded go. Just. In this presidential would say bill you know the the flawn you're thinking. Is this and he dancer quietly and reasonably and so yeah, Bill did not have the. The Greek chorus as it were to to be up his arguments. So came I liked Bill Maher by the way I. Disagree with them all the time, but I think he is a sincere guy. This seems like the sort of thing you would see on twitter on in wonder if it was true, but this was at my actual starbucks of the drive through window. They had tip jars out there and it was a tip war. Have you ever seen those report a tip in here to back? Back this idea tippin that jarred back this idea I like the sign said is Carol Baskin Carol? Fast you innocence in this jar. Guilty in this chip tip jar in the guilty jar had well twenty times the amount of money as the innocent jar, so carol basket in the one of the villains. They're all villains. In Seattle in the Netflix Documentary Tiger King, she still out there, having fed her husband to tigers probably. Is still popular enough that the starbucks had a tip jar war going on about it, which I find hilarious, but I do know a couple of people that watched the final new episode that they added in the last week. I haven't seen it. Did you? Watch the added on Onyx? I got a couple of minutes into it realized didn't seem like. Okay Yeah. We had a family conversation about that over the weekend, and there was not a lot of desire expressed as enough that that was. That was a great thing. I love it when that happens when it's just about the right length those. Good things are supposed to into. It's fine. It was great. That was interesting. There's no reason to make another season or or or or get married and have a baby, so you can continue the season for another year anything like that or move to Los Angeles and try it again or anything like that. Just over, and by the way those of you who are doing the Free Joe Exotic Movement. Yes, I hope you're just having fun. I'm all for him getting out he was. No, no, no psychopath, okay psychopath, animal, abuser, human abuser meth dealer in a hundred other kinds of on saver is way more bothered by the way he took advantage of of troubled young men than I am about him wanting to kill baskin. I, just threat doesn't really trouble me at all. But the way took. Advantage of these kids is just. Seems to be a thing in the. Tiger Zoo community. What the best part of that show wasn't. You didn't need to watch it to understand this. He hired a guy to kill a woman. He hates and the guy was such a screw up that on the way to Florida and a killer. He changed his mind, but he doesn't even really remember doing. It is just like an some point. I started partying and I don't know I guess I didn't I. I, guess I just didn't WanNa do it anymore, so he doesn't even remember his thinking right. There are people out there. It's troubling. There are people out there. You can hire to do a hit and there's such F ops that they might not do it, but not even have a reason why they didn't do it. They just get around to it. where I lost my gun or I forgot her address or whatever right? My God if I were to ask you. I thought you were going to take the boys to the ice cream parlor yesterday. And you would be able to tell me why you didn't specifically sure. Not just we didn't. I know started party unit. Weren't you going off to shoot that woman in the head? Yeah, but I didn't why guy came. Back you're going to commit a murder for a few thousand dollars, which would of course you wanted man for the rest of your life and the death penalty? ETC, etc, but you didn't because I don't know. Outside. Now! That might be the most amazing thing to me and people like that out their. Dad is and missing conscious in that show. Boy Ten teeth, however, no, no near not as many teeth as characters in the show for some reason. You're listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show. And Getty..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

05:10 min | Last week

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"A cab. The cello is more body noise issue. More caroni. I think there was you know the saving grace for my parents? Because I played trombone, it was more flatulent then like badly played trumpet, which is Shrieking Nightmare. It really is. And I was talking to the day about how you get older, you you don't you don't realize the last time you've ever done something when you're younger until you get older remember last. Was it this summer? Lesson was this summer that I crawled down the diving board, the pool or last summer home I was going to the diving board at and I got out there and the high dive out there on the end, and it occurred to me. You haven't been on a diving board in thirty five years. And then I thought what if the cold water gives me a heart attack and I die, so that happens I asked the lifeguard. What my age what you know! How many other guys! My Age were on the diving board that day or any other day? Any other none. Anybody even close. So when I asked a lifeguard climb back down, she kind of laughed and said Yeah and all the kids had to climb down the ladder. But. You don't realize that the last time I was on a diving board as a senior in high school. Probably I think this is the last time I'll ever do this. The I played the trumpet almost every day for eight years. Something like that and I played. My last note is a senior high school. At some point I'm remember when and have never touched a trumpet sense in for that the world is grateful and a lot of other things that you do. It was funny how life works yen? You don't know it at the time. This bittersweet man that's that's melancholy. The kids at the pool recognized that as a sign of weakness and take your popsicles later on in the afternoon. Just take that guy's money. Drive his car on the party. Hey Hey. Guys knowstone stones. Gab! I need to go. Man. Wow well. This is how this is. How the young guerrilla takes the Harem from the old. Pound you over the head with their mighty fist. And Getty listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show, Armstrong and getty. Armstrong and Getty mailbag. Point.

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Banks Under Fire for Alleged Unequal Lending Practices

Business Wars Daily

03:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Banks Under Fire for Alleged Unequal Lending Practices

"The practice of red lining were denying financial and other services to people based on race, was outlawed in nineteen, sixty eight, but last week several Chicago Chase Bank branches closed temporarily as protesters call for racial equity and lending from the nation's largest bank and expose published in early June by nonprofit newsroom city bureau and WBZ radio found that off the seven and a half billion dollars in Chicago home. Purchase loans approved since two thousand, twelve, less than two percent was loaned in black majority neighborhoods. The bank is also the subject of a Federal Class Action Lawsuit. That suit alleges that chase shutout. Business. Borrowers from the paycheck protection, program or PCP. Stacey Hawkins Armstrong's the founder of shop. poppin gourmet. Popcorn in Westchester. She told news station ABC seven Chicago the. She tried to file her PP loan application with chase. On the first day. They were accepted, but she got nothing but error messages desperate to keep her doors open and her four employees on payroll. She ultimately secured a smaller loan through a different bank. She believes that chase prioritized. It's favored customers and left small businesses like hers in. In the cold, She's not alone the US. House of Representatives is launching probes into how several banks including J. P.. Morgan Chase Bank of America and Citigroup made P P P loans according to the Orange County Register. Critics allege that big banks service business customers and Shutout underserved borrowers from the funding pool. redlining continues in subtle ways today, including in how P P P loans. Loans were distributed according to Everett. Sand CEO of small business lender lend Distri in a report in fortune as business wars daily reported earlier this month. The Small Business Administration gave no guidance to lenders to prioritize underserved communities about ninety percent of black owned businesses have no employees ease sands, says P, P P rules. Regarding sole proprietors came out last that let these entrepreneurs unclear about. About which loans were available to them? The SBA hasn't released the demographics of WHO received PPP loans, but a survey report by color of change and UNIDOs US is revealing more than half of black and Latin next small business owners who sought assistance requested less than twenty thousand dollars in funding only about one in ten received the funding. They ask for according to the report. One united the nation's largest blackout bank has been working to help black owned businesses get better access to loans in the second round of stimulus funding, federal government allowed thirty billion dollars to smaller and minority owned banks such as community development, financial institutions were CDFI's one united secured some of that funding with that on April. Twenty nine, the bank launched its own P. Program. The bank committed to lending to black owned businesses and self-employed people. It's I. P P Loan, went to an uber driver. Time will tell who was more effective in getting money to black owned businesses, but the stakes couldn't be higher. A recent report by the Brookings Institution Warns Covid. Nineteen could wipe out a decade of economic gains by black owned businesses as Congress debates whether create another stimulus round. The future of many black owned businesses hangs in the balance.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

04:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"More or Do something. About this is. This is the palm rose drums Leonardo capital. She's too selfish to give up some of her plank. Sex Guy Come on. This story made the rounds of the world is just a if he end up with two magician magicians. If you end up with two musicians living next door, each other horns, or make stuff disappear I'm confused there. You can't really hear him because he's too far away. Wanted the story lampy video. Hey, look, a piano. Player lives next to a saxophone player. Together jackets a metaphor. Okay, Delack, a beating heart, the one guy, the other guy joined together during this difficult time. Trevor no of the show. was inspired by those sort of videos that are that are largely coming out of Europe and he tried to recruit recreate a similar thing in New York. Inspired by Italy and I figure like. Why don't we do this in New York? We're also neighbors are here it's. This beat together! I can show you the world. Shining share. That's so good. Here's a tweet from drew McCoy my God. He did it. He got rid of the lines. There's a hhs is issued regulation allowing doctors to practice across state lines, but can you sell insurance across state lines again with the lines? Thirsty Little Marco. Rubio. Oh boy. Yeah just just a bunch of bitterness and dumbness as usual, but on the day that we do this podcast. This is June, the six, two, thousand, twenty two. A third of the value of the market has been wrapped wiped out in a month. That's pretty historic I like this one. Here's some college student janitor tweets. Just emailed US saying. She expects us not to wear sweats to our lecture online, because that's not how we'd come to class, Elo. Watt that can't be real. No, it's true. It's true aware sweats to your online class. Yeah, that's what you wouldn't come to class like that. I'm not in twice the only reason I'm not in sweats and classes because I'm in class. If I have anything between my bare buttocks in the chair, you'd be a be surprising boom to an online. Right. Let's see. I like this one, Bethany. The MOM writes. I'm seeing a lot of moms trying way too hard to be Camp Directors Ron Day to folks. Slow your roll. Read them a book and make a peanut butter sandwich. The elaborate crafts are going to drive you nuts. That's pretty funny. And I WANNA. Do this story just because if you didn't hear it on the radio show, it's my favorite story really of the week. A woman who realized she'd been washing your hands with a block of cheese for days. She's said she left out her little block. G known. If you buy the really cool bars of soap, they look like cheese they are. They're practically indistinguishable from an ice cream cheese. What I'm pretty sure if I went to wash my hands with the block of cheese I would immediately notice. It's not so reminds me of the time when I used instead of mouthwash I was using cheese whiz and Days before somebody mentioned to me. Hey, Hey! Hey Sean Got The cheese whiz all over your team. I tell you what. It was eight days. You can't tell your cheese from your sober. Your soap from your Jeez. That's crappy, cheese or crappy so. Exactly you're not expecting enough out of either of those products exactly why better soap and cheese we? Knew Switzer round. Hit it in the sink. It's funny. It's not going down the drain hall refresh. Breath is sweetheart. Information this is the best of Armstrong and getty during our podcast one more thing. Get More Info at Armstrong and GETTY DOT com..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

07:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"He's I, said yeah, that's the way all cameras were. When I was a kid. All the pictures we took a call the Polaroid Camera I, said biotech. They make them anymore and he said I've got a friend. Who's got one, so do they make them again your? They're hot. I had no idea. Is the party pick You know machine? I had no idea so I remember a couple years ago. When polaroid stopped making the film they didn't. The cameras were didn't end I. It was the film it ended first. Kodak Quick Quick Making the film, and so that was the end of polaroid cameras, but that you know time flies when you're older. That might have been late nineties when that happened I don't know when that was and it just went away so I guess they're back now. I went to the website and you can buy. The cameras are like between one hundred and two hundred dollars for most of them, and then the film is about fifty five bucks I. Don't Know How many pictures you get out of that. that I was looking on the polaroid website, but so it's A. It's a thing people use them again, and is it exactly the same as when I was young? I think so I, think they're smaller not quite as expensive looking. But Sean the party scene back when it existed where people just using it mostly for party picks well. Polaroid's essentially began as as that's how people. Send nudes to each other before camera phones. Yeah, just because you couldn't take your film to get developed if there was nudity I think you'll get reported. There were some weird law. Where are you claiming why it was invented or Not, that's that's my understanding then. I don't know all I. Know is like as an eight year old. That's the way every family took pictures. and Christmas birthdays every my mom had one in. You know tons of pictures on that, but in terms of like awesome, oh. Yeah, FREAKING AWESOME! You got the picture right then and you had you know the modern world sure I can take a picture any time with them want with my phone window. I get around to printing it out somewhere on some decent paper. Roughly never based on my experience question is this is pornography at the root of everything. Advances a lot of it mark committees was doing his his questions was all for the purpose of how can we more effectively distribute pornography Newton was with some trollop went on. Apple fell on his head. It wasn't an apple. Who's actually her right boob? What were you saying? Michael had a comment. I was just pretty much. John's right, military or sex. Yeah, usually but I. I saw no downside to the polaroid picture. A day were fantastic went when I was disappointed. It was a blast I remember using them myself and just going out in the backyard, and trying to you know, get pictures of squirrels, or whatever and you put it on the fridge. You know it's funny. I was thinking the other day. Why was I think about this? Because I've always enjoyed taking pictures I was I I found out that my pretty damn decent camera that I bought for myself when my kids were small is now literally worthless. You cannot give it away on Ebay. You can't get five dollars for it, no matter how many lenses and carrying bag. Bag in whatever you have but I remember the sensation of wondering if you've got the shot right and wondering how everybody exposures you wanted to blow on trying to get a shot, because every single one of them cost you money, and how easy digital issue just a blast off a what do you call it? A a flurry of pictures, or what's that called doesn't matter They have the setting oversight ten. Yeah I've got a super fancy expensive camera. I bought right before. San was born thinking that you know we need a really good game or now, and it is a really good, really expensive camera with some expensive lenses and We almost never use it because he always have your phone handy, but the quality is so much better whenever we do. Break out the camera and you take a picture all. Right right. That's what a picture can look like. That's the disappointing polaroid's between, but I'll maybe I'll get to kids polaroid awesome. I didn't know they were back. Thank God the the ones I've seen lately. The picture quality is a little bit junkie, but it's good enough for what you're doing. Sure I mean. It's a hell of a lot of pinned up on dorm room walls of the night. You're getting wild with your buddies. Said, right? You just don't get around to printing out on photo. Paper your picture from your phone. Even though you have it, I've never even once considered doing that. Yes, so. We got a gazillion family pictures, and every once in a while, but not very often. Do we ever get around to print new any of out? Especially on decent, have you ever done any of those like digital picture frames or you have? You can put like a thumb drive into the thing, and it just kind of rotates through all the pictures on the thumb drive. I've seen a lot of people do that. It's a good idea. Yeah, we did that and I. Really enjoyed it then. It malfunctioned like a week later. We probably moved it twice before I finally said. Why are we keeping this and threw it away? Yeah. Those are a pretty good idea. Though because you do end up seeing the pictures, you've taken a lot more that I'd like to do that again. I can't tell you. That reminds me a now I. Have Feelings of Nostalgia Love in guilt washing all over me. We have so much footage of our kids. It's children on on tape literally on tape, and I've got to get a digitized exhibit these days. External hard drives are pretty cheap specially. Comparison of you know. Pass five ten years I if I had A. A trove of cherish pictures I would be hesitant to have the only copy being on my current working computer, because hardboard said mother, they can fried, and then they're just gonNA, so yeah, backing up your your cherished family pictures on an external hard drive is something. I would definitely own open the sky. Do you trust it? I trust it more than most, but I would also like to have just the coke quote, unquote physical copy of a of an external hard drive with with rights. Yeah, I'm talking about non digital media, He's got VHS tapes. Yeah and high eight. As well got a bunch of stuff on sunny hi eight video. Saw Edison over there picture the world's strongest man I. It seemed fine in the nineties. Eight hundred ninety s no Dang it. Didn't you have a camera where you put the blanket over your head? Before the flash went off, where was that Marshall? Everybody had still for an hour exactly. Straight face. Exactly? Hilarious I had another comment on the pictures and videos and the. Remember, it was doesn't matter. Whenever I say the cloud I still picture up in the sky, some sort of heavenly. otherworldly. Place that all this stuff gets stored and not some big lifeless building in a an industrial park, but can be hacked into by anyone with industrial air conditioning systems. Going for yeah, that's the cloud. Cloud that was a good name to give it to us. Because it fooled ladies like me, listen or trying to decide what to call it a giant warehouse full of computers in his artwork. Giddy get hacked or catch on fire or flood or something, and you lose everything you have our second choices servile. Third Choices the cloud. It's just magically appears always be. I vote room full of computers. Information this is the best of Armstrong and getty during our podcast one more thing. More Info at Armstrong and GETTY DOT com..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:03 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"They have that. Most parts of the world either right I am scanning this a short history of cows part one article. Sixty seven years. Since nineteen, sixty, two many you can hear. Later Time Sean. When out of time to finish that now well, I said at the beginning of this for looking for stuff to talk about, and I think we fulfilled. That I want to know more about cows. This fascinating. Look at bucket, cow, the leave you with this. The discovered that modern cattle are the descendants from a single herd of wild ox from over ten thousand years ago. There you go. Wow, so they had about five thousand good years before that dude came along with sword. Lop Their heads on. I was enjoying my Cowan. You had to show ruined everything. Now Macau's gotten ahead and I got no arms. Eight you. This is the best of Armstrong and getty during our podcast one more thing. Get More Info at Armstrong and getty dot com Armstrong and getty stuff armstrong and getty. Second or less attention span in. Modern America. Yes I've heard this that in just a second is I was flying. He's already distracted. Like a damn fruit fly. We now have less of an attention span than goldfish according to scientists. which famously have a very? Short attention span. It's crazy because I've never lost to a goldfish a staring contest I we. We got into kite flying in the last couple of days at my house and The Easter Bunny brought kites and again I don't understand the tie in there. I. Don't know if that's a Jesus ascending to heaven, or if there's really no Jesus Tien and it's just a it's spring. CAPITAL IS A. was wasn't and breezy, but so we were. Restarted flying kites I'd never really flown a kite successfully in my life. I'm like Charlie Brown. I can step out on the windiest of days in the wind goes to zero immediately I'm Charlie rats school fly a kite to the highest height. Was it a chasm from Mary poppins? I Dunno I twenty year a straight man, so I don't like middle of the twentieth century musicals or some? The KABIRA bouncer of some sort that called you Charlie Brown from across. Now, that's what I was in Mexico. On my honeymoon. You walk through those bazaars and people are trying to get your attention I'd right. Hey Johnny Brown. THEY MISTER CLEAN Malaria trying to sell you like drugs and hose right well. The everything over things knockoff drugged up. Hoes, knockoff expensive purses. And as you get closer, and you look at it, you. You need some smoke Charlie Brown. Girl Lebron. Cuisine girls. Could Call, me Mr Khalid. Their your sales technique. Hey, Fatso, can I get? Help anything. Hey, big nose! One of my watch a big nose. Kiss My. Might WanNa Buy Watch, but not from you. So back to the kite flying, so we got a couple of nights, and I was able to get it up in the air on a medium windy day, and it's the first time I'd ever actually flown a kite. My entire life and both my kids got the tied up and they really enjoyed it. We really enjoyed it as such a old tiny slow paced activity I it, it's so different. From what we normally do that. It was striking. In that it was just you know Kinda relaxing and staring and quiet and minor adjustments every couple of minutes. And how was their engagement? Before they started to want to run back to mile after my youngest son got various problems, so he can't. He can't stay tuned. Anything or anything, but SAM has gotten into it. And then yesterday he couldn't wait to get out there and he was out there about the as out there for an hour flying kites awesome. HOW MUCH STRING THERE! SKYCAP! Key it was. It was way up there though I mean. Trying to get a picture and was too far up to get a picture. If your more long string and you just like extended out. On. Yeah just stand out there harder. The Kite and shifts. Are you asking me if I know how to make a square not? So. Yes, they could extend the street until it goes cleared the sun and just burns up. there is something awesome. Literally striking. Aw, when you have a kite way way up high, and you're still connected to it. And you feel the pull of it way up there the breezes and his I. Don't know there's something. It's almost scary that the kite is up there that high in your controlling it. I always loved that as a kid, but on the slow pace of it and everything like that, there's there there is something happening. That just seemed inherently good. That was happening with my brain and I could feel it and I don't think people have used to have to. Go out of their way to find a time when their brain felt like that, but it just it's just I. Could I could tell that good things were happening to my my whole body in my brain. The pace it what we doing this? Rag A Computer Riley. See! That's what the neuroscientist believe. Sean nailed it. Yeah, I don't know. You're you're fi. It's when you do your filing and connecting thoughts and finding patterns and stuff like that it's essentially a hard drive cleanup like it just kind of reorganizes and and sets things in a much more efficient manner, free computer lot times computers when they fractional files and stuff, and it clogs over time. These fractional things will slow down your performance. He you had to do a defragment than your computer runs gradient Yeah, well, then. That's exactly what is happening. I mean, don't you? What one of the few upsides to this whole Chinese Bat? Death thing is after the show. I just sit in my backyard. Look at the bushes and listen to the birds, the good good for the soul. so I. I don't have a little kid saint. Yeah, so that helps an and trying to do the home. Schooling thing in the midst of everything else that goes on in the household, just good God good to be busy. It is not relaxing. It is not relaxed. Oh Lord but back to the second attention span things so they. Knew surveys show that? The average attention span is fallen to eight seconds down from twelve year two thousand, so if it's gone from twelve seconds to eighteen twenty years. In twenty more years, or we're going to be down to four and then twenty four twin one hundred zero none have no attention span whatsoever. My guess is that these things aren't scaling linearly probably in that'll be quicker than twenty years before we get down to the whatever are like four seconds less is now. Yeah, yeah, well. This research was actually from two thousand sixteen. I have a feeling that it's shorter than eight now. and we all know our attention spans have gotten shorter attention span is defined by the amount of concentrated time on task without becoming distracted I'd love to know what it was in nineteen seventy I'd love to know it was in nineteen twenty. What attention span was oh. Yeah, yeah, back, you know novel like Moby Dick Would have a chapter on different sorts of Wales I mean just. Dries Abon so an officer at Microsoft. Who is involved in this study, said the true scarce commodity of the near future for all retailers, politicians, parents, everybody will be human attention. That's why so much politics is so dumb right now. Or so simple, maybe I should use the word simple. Because you can't trust people to stick with you. Through a three sentence argument. I was shocked that Obama put out a twelve minute video. Yesterday's on I. Go Mania, I think I think that was him being.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Their lives in Vietnam in Hokey men city. perhaps you call it Saigon Ex Pat community and a bunch of them two hundred and Fif- we talked about this on the Armstrong and getty show, but like two hundred and fifty people from their tiny little ex-pat neighborhood went to a Saint Patrick's Day, party and one of the dudes who is there a Brit tested positive for corona virus, so the Communist thirties in Vietnam who have surveillance cameras everywhere and could figure out who at that party are rounding everybody up? And they once they figure out who you are, and where you live. They come to your home until you got twenty minutes. You're going to a quarantine camp and you throw your crap together, and they bring you to one of these quarantine camps which are jammed up and everything and I told you I'm waiting to hear badly evens not an option. Leaving Vietnam Yeah probably I don't know not that easy. She didn't mention that I. View lived there probably not at that point. Yeah, but they don't go to the airport and spread it around. Yeah, yeah, I'm seeing. If she wrote back yet, it'll take me I'll look for you folks coming back with lots of really interesting, cool e mails and all, but that means there's Alvarado, but anyway she central around these sent off these pictures of the The quarantine camps. let's see. How can I move this up, so y'all can see it a little better I'm actually GonNa Call Jack and whoever wants to come over to come over and look at them I'm why why is this not bigger? Said Yeah. That's what she said. That's nice. So. So come over your Jackal Sharia. These this is the quarantine camp. Is she said I think the bucket us for yes? These quarantine camps are old like army barracks that are no longer used anymore. Military schools closed down university dorms. There's one of them. Here's who looks like a bad Chevron gas station. Yeah, there you go! That looks like an abandoned dormitory with people sleeping on cardboard. look at that. There's two stalls. One has a toilet. The other has a bucket. And, what's that for I? Don't even know. Then there you go just filth and squalor, and Ross and look of that there you go. There's one of your bath fixtures. That that thing hasn't spit water since. I was in high school I'm going to have to leave a bad yelp. Review. I. Leave Their Heil Garbage is Oh my God! Can you imagine I think we should send soldiers into Vietnam to try to fix the situation? You'RE GONNA have to give a minute. You're going to have to give me a minute. Reminds me. It's funny I was just thinking of. The Bay of Pigs weirdly enough 'cause. You're eating, bacon or something No thinking of being I, it's funny. It was during one of the commercial breaks during the show was going to get some caffeine juice and I was thinking about what we just been talking about. And how we, the people have to ask the difficult questions and don't be. Don't trust the government to do the right thing, and never as I always say never be worshipful toward politicians or the government. You can respect them if you agree with them or vote former contribute to him. I don't care, but never be worshipful, because they're people like us than and often very flawed people, but for some reason my memory, click back to a day on is gladys. Gladys hang around for the guests these as I. don't even remember, makes she socially distanced I cast my mind back to when I was in elementary school. With a mask and gloves on not easy right boyer touches. Silky, as always though with those rubber gloves on it's it's the big yellow dishwashing gloves oddly enough. Those are not sanitary gloves. The gladys those are for dishes. She said she survived the Spanish flu. Survive this good enough, so our world. One World War. One Vet Gladys her. But I came home from elementary school in I, said my dad was homer I was talking to my dad, and it was about John F. Kennedy. And I spouted the usual nineteen early nineteen seventies, worship full line about. Kennedy the young president, history hero camelot do ask not what your country can over you. And he said listen, he said is our. He's a good guy, but. He, said There were a hell of a lot of birds that were about to come home to roost for the Kennedy Administration, and he hit me with a couple at is whatever I was seven or eight years old could understand. He said you know we. We sponsored this terrible invasion of Cuba, that went completely wrong, and there were awful problems at the FBI and Blah Blah Blah I said you know it just. Wasn't a God and he wasn't a king. He was the president and he was an okay one, but there are plenty of plenty of problems and I remember it I. It's funny that it would sear its way into my memory like that because. I have terrible memory. Be It must've been because I'd never heard. Anybody questioned America's Prince before certainly not in school. And it was just good to hear from my dad. Yeah, yeah, yeah, he wasn't a God come on now. And that was like an early formative moment. I didn't appreciate it at the time. I haven't appreciate much through the years, but it occurs to me now, but I thought Oh. Wow, everybody talks about this guy. In such glowing affectionate terms turns out. He made mistakes. Oh how interesting! So you don't worship so when the government saying don't wear a mask or do wear massacre or don't wear a mask, then Dura mask. You GotTa do your own independent research because not being masks. They don't do any good and they're critical for healthcare workers. They will save. Those workers lives Excuse me apart me. You made a bit of a Vir there. I didn't follow. Hairpin turn I think I flew out of the car. Yeah yeah well. Any other toilet related, no on, think how about sinks I don't showers. That part of the of human Behavior I. stay away from ever eat. Everybody poops Jack. It's a class. Kids Hot Enough I have the energy to go on. A cry for the NFL podcast Oh I mean right now. Right now, not in general. No just right now. Going to mention speaking of children's books, Tommy di Paolo passed away. You ever read any Tommy. Pal Books. Right he is gonNA. Come up with that. See the fifty shades of grey, Guy then yes. Yeah that's right. He wrote that and it's a great read for your kids. Enjoy that. I'm sure the WIKIPEDIA. They have the list of books. We read our kids a bunch of Tommy Paulo books, but he wrote and illustrated like two hundred and sixty. Five of them You know I'm I'm I'm How I am with authors for grown books I remember those books, but I don't know kids books. Others I know the books, but not the yeah. We have books that look like that so probably. Yeah, I remember those. Yeah I'm looking for Oh my God! He wrote the bill and Pete Books. Bill and Pete Bill Impede go down the Nile Bill and Pete to the rescue and leave. Barron was a crocodile and Pete was a little bird. Okay good. Versus where their parents they I don't know if kids should be going. And why did you bring this up? Oh, just weird, talking about children's. Everybody poops a right that one. I didn't know if he got grown virus or actually believed. Not Everybody poops controversy. Just trying to follow the already, no, no, no children's books Jack Jokes intent on see I love you. Mouse I think. We read our kids that. Let's see. Quite a few of them I don't know Google one of my. WIKIPEDIA! You're listening to the best of the Armstrong and getty show featuring our podcast one more thing it more info at Armstrong and getty dot com. Armstrong and getty differs the best of Armstrong and getty. Played a clip from pink, the singer on the.

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Coronavirus: Newsom orders bars shut in Los Angeles, 6 other counties

Armstrong and Getty

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus: Newsom orders bars shut in Los Angeles, 6 other counties

"Weeks after bars and nightspots in California were given the green light to re open during the pandemic the light has turned red again Jim reports bars and nightspots have been ordered to reshot nearly six thousand new cases were reported on Saturday alone the state is now more than two hundred eleven thousand cases of covert nineteen in the state some six thousand deaths governor Gavin Newsom has had enough on Sunday he ordered the bars and nightspots to close this comes just two days after he paused other re openings in the state young people seem to be driving this spike in the spread with roughly forty percent of new cases being in people between eighteen and forty bars not sponsor troublesome because drinking lowers inhibitions which causes people to ignore safety measures like masks and

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 08 - EXPAND - 2020-07-02

Ubuntu Podcast

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

S13E14 Ace of spades - burst 08 - EXPAND - 2020-07-02

"Want to get to an going global installed. It doesn't work very well. That's unfortunate. You want to build some confidence in in technologies as you going along. And Jason Armstrong is already rolling. I am one of those who use a boon to as a rolling release. Situation Einstein released then switched to the desktop grading. Opt out over the next six months i. have made that this is not very secure to run my hours, but in the foyer been a boon to I haven't had a broken system. Yeah, so he's warning. Out Yes which? Is Again I? Will I've made a note this name all speak to mark although I think I may have. Learned my up into naming credits. With the gravy guerrilla, so I have to get somebody else to propose the rolling Rhino. Right and with that, thank you all for your feedback. About snaps and rolling releases. We're going to move onto some come online love now. If. You'd love the command online as much as we do. Send a command that will blow our minds, and we might even mentioned on the show. Send your command one love to. RUN TO PODCAST DOT ORG. So Stewart now only if you return for second week, but you've come with I command line to share on is I understood able to bigotry. I'M A it's think pros lint. And what it does is it reads as far as where only English text and puts out problems with. It's like a guy, grammar-checker. Bonds instead of being one of those grammar. Check is the winds about passive voice. It's

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 02 - edit 02 - with expand 01

Ubuntu Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

S13E14 Ace of spades - burst 02 - edit 02 - with expand 01

"You know she'd okay so. W NICA graphics for that, but it is sixty four bit Stewart. You'll stoke a game. Nine beds nine numbers. Right well with that, we should get on with it. So the main segment. Today is a bumper feedback segment. The last couple of shows where we've had some discussion about snaps unrolling releases. Have generated quite some feedback from you, so so we thought in order to do it justice. We'd address those particular topics in a bit more detail so. I up, we had some feedback from William. Smith and Jason Armstrong who wanted to know what all the fuss was about. Could you please explain well? The whole issue with snaps as with the pushback for mint and other distributions, so what men actually say is applications in the snap store copy patched old patent. You only them hold them. Modify them or even point two different snap stole. You've got as much empowerment with this. Using proprietary software. Numb? And this is in effect similar to commercial proprietary solution, but with three major differences announced yourself without asking you. K! So the fast pace had it says that applications in the snaps tool could not be patched. I'm not sure what that's referring, so do you to want to give me your interpretation of what means the way that these arguments were presented I think alluded to this when we had this discussion before. I think these are being presented as though this is an explanation why it's bad for users, but I, think that really this is from my district maintain. His point of view is that they're saying that they can't applied there in patches to whichever packages a snap full running on mint.

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 02 - edit 02 - with expand 01

Ubuntu Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

S13E14 Ace of spades - burst 02 - edit 02 - with expand 01

"You know she'd okay so. W NICA graphics for that, but it is sixty four bit Stewart. You'll stoke a game. Nine beds nine numbers. Right well with that, we should get on with it. So the main segment. Today is a bumper feedback segment. The last couple of shows where we've had some discussion about snaps unrolling releases. Have generated quite some feedback from you, so so we thought in order to do it justice. We'd address those particular topics in a bit more detail so. I up, we had some feedback from William. Smith and Jason Armstrong who wanted to know what all the fuss was about. Could you please explain well? The whole issue with snaps as with the pushback for mint and other distributions, so what men actually say is applications in the snap store copy patched old patent. You only them hold them. Modify them or even point two different snap stole. You've got as much empowerment with this. Using proprietary software. Numb? And this is in effect similar to commercial proprietary solution, but with three major differences announced yourself without asking you. K! So the fast pace had it says that applications in the snaps tool could not be patched. I'm not sure what that's referring, so do you to want to give me your interpretation of what means the way that these arguments were presented I think alluded to this when we had this discussion before. I think these are being presented as though this is an explanation why it's bad for users, but I, think that really this is from my district maintain. His point of view is that they're saying that they can't applied there in patches to whichever packages a snap full running on mint.

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"armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As long as there's been bike racing, there's been. In bike racing. In the nineteen o four, Tour de France the second year, the race was held. Several riders were caught taking trains and sabotaging their competitors. The malfeasance was so pervasive. The race was almost cancelled, and yet it wasn't hers. The years passed the to grew in prestige and popularity, becoming one of the world's biggest sporting events, but the more is there were on the race, the harder it got to cheat instead of train, hopping and putting itching powder and their rival shorts, racers turned to more pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical techniques by the nineteen nineties. The Tour de France was more of a medical operation than a sporting event. It wasn't about who trained the hardest or had the most guts it was about to take the most drugs. The world's greatest endurance race had become a farce that is until Lance Armstrong came along. He descended on the nineteen, ninety, nine tour, de France like an avenging angel, punishing those who wrong the sport he was fast, he was strong and best of all. He was clean. Over the next few years Lance earned the title of the most scrutinized man in sports. If anyone doubted him, all the to do was point out that he had never tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. However, that wasn't true. Lance is incredible. Rise wasn't fueled by sophisticated training methods, intense desire or good, old American pluck. It was powered by the most sophisticated doping ring of all time..

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"armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"armstrong" Discussed on Historical Figures

"As long as there's been bike racing, there's been. In bike racing. In the nineteen o four, Tour de France the second year, the race was held. Several riders were caught taking trains and sabotaging their competitors. The malfeasance was so pervasive. The race was almost cancelled, and yet it wasn't hers. The years passed the to grew in prestige and popularity, becoming one of the world's biggest sporting events, but the more is there were on the race, the harder it got to cheat instead of train, hopping and putting itching powder and their rival shorts, racers turned to more pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical techniques by the nineteen nineties. The Tour de France was more of a medical operation than a sporting event. It wasn't about who trained the hardest or had the most guts it was about to take the most drugs. The world's greatest endurance race had become a farce that is until Lance Armstrong came along. He descended on the nineteen, ninety, nine tour, de France like an avenging angel, punishing those who wrong the sport he was fast, he was strong and best of all. He was clean. Over the next few years Lance earned the title of the most scrutinized man in sports. If anyone doubted him, all the to do was point out that he had never tested positive for performance enhancing drugs. However, that wasn't true. Lance is incredible. Rise wasn't fueled by sophisticated training methods, intense desire or good, old American pluck. It was powered by the most sophisticated doping ring of all time..

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Allen Clark

The Candid Frame

06:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Allen Clark

"A mistake that many photographers make as they make a go at being a professional photographer. is believing that being a generalist is an advantage. Saying that you can photograph, anything doesn't leave impression with a client that you think it should make. Secondly. It leaves the photographer to be defined by what they're hired to do. Rather than by the work that they have a passion for. You may achieve financial success. But. It may not be the type of photography. Sings to your heart Alan Clarke had a clear idea of the kind photographer. He wanted to be and the kinds of photographs you wanted to make. Based in Nashville Tennessee his desire to be a photographer in the music. Industry could have led him to photograph. Country Music Stars. But. He didn't want his physical address to pigeonhole his photography or his aspirations. so He created his own path as a commercial editorial photographer resulting in a career that has allowed him to photograph the likes of Sir George Martin even. Hawk Bob Newhart and two former presidents. I hope this conversation demonstrates the importance of defining who you WanNa be and who you are as a photographer. This is about an annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. Are, I. Alan Welcome to the show. Thank you glad to be here so glad to get Nice Mike. Voice this should be. This is gonNA sound good? Stuff. You ever watched thirty rock now know. Alec, Baldwin and Will Arnett, both have amazing voices, and so they played that up a lot, and that's to our strengths as well so they had like a sexy voice off at one point. Close to each other, and be like I can do that and then they to be like. Yes, you can this. Man Gets. Today's the record this. The astronauts took off on the capsule and the rocket today and I know you're thinking. What you're talking about. You're saying. Neil. Armstrong! Yeah, it's a replica of his suit over a Hoodie. So Yeah I've completely nerd out today you've you've photographed a bunch of the of the suits. But where did the best nation begin? I think like most of us. You think of these images and you dream when you're a child like I was I wanted to be. An oceanographer wanted to be part of the cousteau. Society I wanted to be an astronaut and. Set in my second third grade class looked out the window and reflected on every port report card ever had. Would get these notes of our report cards to be like a you unsatisfactory. He just doesn't pay attention. He looks out the window constantly. That's what I got. Unsatisfactory what they had on the report Carsberg. Takes. A dreamer looks like when they're little. We have the album are recordings of the Apollo flight at my house, growing up so double album and it had pictures of the flight and I remember. I didn't think I really understood exactly what I was listening to just Kinda of thought, it will couple. At record on and just listened to it and look at looking at the pictures. I think it's probably still in my house somewhere. Let even though I don't have a record player anywhere near, let's. I, don't know I'm not one of those. Guys. Are. You saying you're not a hipster? Is that what you're saying? I think that by a couple of decades man I duNno, sometimes. My wife tells me their original hipster. Looking into some of this I'm like I. Don't know, but then I look at myself. When I do that. A you still have a record player and listen to things and she may be right. Working the idea that you want it to be able to photograph the spaces issue. Number of them have and you know I guess the idea came along Huntsville. Space and rocket center is only two and a half hours from Nashville so. have been going down there since I was a kid. My parents took me when I was little, and it just never stopped and something like a tradition. Take took my children there and. I've had photo shoots. Their showed up multiple times I. Don't think they. Enough to where they're sick of me, but it's pretty close. And just kept going there and going there, but then when I would do like photo shoots across. You know our great country. I would go to in in Boston there's A. Museum for JFK and I've been there and just seeing Johnson, space center in Houston of course, and all the different spots every time I get a chance I'll go and visit and just take my camera with me when I go, and my whole point is to just record these to record them like I would do it. Not like a tourist would try to actually light it really well, and sometimes you get permission to do these things, and sometimes you don't. But most of these things are on public display, and were American citizens, so we can kind of like just Bassani and people don't know this, but all all the museums in DC are all. All free to American citizens, because that's part of our taxes, and that's what it goes towards, and so you can kind of do anything you and requests, these types of things, so it started years ago through a space and rocket center, which was a privately funded thing, and it was on the redstone arsenal, the right next to the arsenal base course Verner von Braun worked out of Huntsville Developing Saturn five, and so it's steed like a weird thing like an Alabama of all places steeped in this rocket tradition. You know that know people just don't know about and they kind of had them. They're just to kind of hide them a little bit. Kept them safe there instead of putting them in a big city like DC or New York, but that's when the fascination started from as from a very early age, just repeatedly going down there and shooting these things and You know on crappier cameras when I was little like instamatic disclaimer. Even growing up as a for NYKANEN.

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Trump Supporters Camp Out Ahead of Tulsa Rally

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

00:13 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump Supporters Camp Out Ahead of Tulsa Rally

"The rally isn't until tomorrow night the president trump supporters are already lined up outside an arena in Tulsa Oklahoma this is his first rally since Kobe restrictions went into place and is expected to draw at least a hundred thousand

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Apple Faces Two EU Antitrust Probes Over Apps

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

03:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple Faces Two EU Antitrust Probes Over Apps

"The European Union antitrust authorities have launched two formal probe into whether apple violated competition laws through its apple pay service and app store escalating the bloc's broader campaign to curb silicon valley's giants hi this is a problem for American companies doing business in Europe I'm not talking about just apple Facebook is fitness facing similar probes he had a it with apple I guess it's a little bit for me at least a little bit tougher compared to say an Amazon or Facebook to make the argument that they're being anti competitive because I do like a lot of what policy does that what apple does at the corporate level but you know there's some clear issues here one first off let's talk about market share right here in the United States do you guys have any idea what apple has in terms of you know smartphone market share and I'm guessing over fifty percent yeah sorry I mean their market share is huge and the only other operating system is iOS so it's true players in an enormous game and so yeah they're they're doing some stuff that I think you could perceive as anti competitive you know specifically if you have an iPhone the only payment system that you can use is apple pay so you want to use Google pay or you know something else Samsung pay too bad that you have an apple phone you have to use apple pay their apps store if you want to develop an app and you know sell it out there apple takes thirty percent of the cut wow so if you're charging ten Bucks a month apples get three yeah so for Spotify's well they're getting that much money out of Spotify I don't know I don't know if that's just their standard practice have a negotiated or a lot of I was one of the companies that complained about apple yeah yeah they they did and I think that was also in relation to you know favoring their own music service over Spotify's because their direct competitor there so I mean look clearly there are some real concerns here and truly anti competitive behavior because they can't a and when you have that much market share like if you're a new business right and you are a direct to consumer business what choice do you have other than to offer an application in the apple app store behind the first thing you have to do as a new business okay there is an argument there and it frankly I do tend to think that the E. U. handles antitrust and privacy a lot better than we do here in the United States there's a plenty of stuff to criticize that you over frankly I think their their treatment of tech companies and internet companies is far better than the way that we do it here domestically it almost seems though you too to an investor like sour grapes though on the part of the European Union you know they're they're not smart enough to develop technology companies like we do and so they penalize a sin tax us yeah and that's the perception that's and that's been the argument president trump is Hey if anyone's going to regulate and tax these companies it's going to be the United States that that's a fair argument but well yes and no I mean if you're a business that wants to do business in France then you are here to French laws and if you're a French business that wants to do business here in United States and Europe yeah you are here to US laws so I yeah I see your argument and yeah maybe there is some sour grapes but doesn't change anything that's that that's the reality on the ground and personally I feel like the laws that have been passed in the E. U. to regulate tech companies have benefited Americans even though you know we're not European

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Sony unveils next-generation PS5 gaming console

Armstrong and Getty

00:45 sec | Last month

Sony unveils next-generation PS5 gaming console

"Sony has unveiled its highly anticipated PlayStation five video game console setting up the console wars for later this year when the platform will be released along with Microsoft's new Xbox series acts on the tour launched and not coincidentally sometime before the holidays here's a taste of what you can expect the P. S. Y. V. futuristic looking it's got a black block sandwiched between a couple white wings the series acts on the other hand is simple like a black computer tower the PS five in series accessible support eight K. resolution with the frame rate of one twenty F. P. S. both have S. as bees that allows for faster game boot ups and no word of course at this point on price for either unit but you can ballpark at around five to six hundred Bucks

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Debt rises across the economy, net worth declines

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

00:34 sec | Last month

Debt rises across the economy, net worth declines

"More debt less cash the federal reserve reports total US debt counting the government businesses and households surged nearly twelve percent in the first quarter quadruple the fourth quarter increase at the same time the plunging stock market in March white double seven and a half trillion dollars offer US household net worth the numbers don't reflect the almost full stock market recovery at least until this week businesses took on almost nineteen percent more debt to cover lost revenue household debt rose about four percent in most of that in mortgages bottom line all that new debt will make it that much harder for the economy to stage a

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New York Mets Select Outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong In Round 1 Of MLB Draft

Steve Somers Show

00:18 sec | Last month

New York Mets Select Outfielder Pete Crow-Armstrong In Round 1 Of MLB Draft

"Mets selected high school outfielder out of California Pete crow Armstrong Armstrong a left handed hitting lefthanded throwing outfielder attended Harvard Westlake high school in north Hollywood same high school that produced major leaguers Lucas G. lido Jack Flaherty and Max free

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Manfred says '100%' chance of MLB season, new proposal soon

Steve Somers Show

01:22 min | Last month

Manfred says '100%' chance of MLB season, new proposal soon

"The baseball draft is normally forty rounds this year for cost cutting reasons five rounds got underway Wednesday with the first round of the Mets at the nineteenth overall pick the Yankees twenty eighth in the mess left at a high school outfielder out of California row Armstrong left handed hitting lefthanded throwing the outfielder out of Harvard Westlake high school which is also produced major leaguers Max freed Lucas G. lido and Jack Flaherty the Yankees with their pick to the left handed hitting catcher out of the university of Arizona Boston well and at the very top of the draft with the first pick in the twenty twenty MLB draft the Detroit Tigers select Spencer Torkelson a third basemen from Arizona State University rob Manfred made that announcement on MLB network Torkelson announced as a third baseman he played first base at Arizona state but the Tigers do plan on using him at third Manford said earlier on Wednesday there is a one hundred percent chance there will be a major league baseball season in twenty twenty Bedford knows that the support can impose a fifty game season if the two sides can't come to an agreement on salaries and the number of games to be played with whatever plans he says to offer proposal later this week that moves in the player's

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Black Sparrow and Buffalo Soldiers

Your Brain on Facts

04:22 min | Last month

Black Sparrow and Buffalo Soldiers

"Since colonial times African Americans have fought in America's wars. In every war in fact, The first person to die in the revolutionary. War Christmas attics was black. Black soldiers have put their lives on the line for a country that for centuries enslaved segregated and discriminated against them. Until the Korean War black served in segregated units under racist leadership and often relegated to labor and service units. Despite the continuous discriminatory treatment that denied blacks full participation in America's military efforts, these brave men and women lived lives that deserve to be remembered. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. Possibly the best known all black military unit comes with a bit of mystery in its history. They were called Buffalo soldiers, though there are competing reasons as to why. In eighteen, sixty, six and active congress created six all black peacetime regiments later consolidated into four, the ninth and Tenth Cavalry and the Twenty Fourth and twenty fifth infantry. Initially the Buffalo soldier regiments were commanded by whites with being forbidden from holding the ranks officers. These. Troops often faced extreme racial prejudice from the army establishment. Many officers including George Armstrong custer of boo and a his there. Refused to command black regiments, even though it costs them promotions. Further black troops could only serve west of the Mississippi. River, because many whites didn't want to see armed black men near their communities. It even sometimes happened that the buffalo soldiers suffered deadly violence at the hands of civilians. The Buffalo soldiers main duty was to support the nation's westward expansion by protecting settlers, building roads and other infrastructure and guarding the US mail. They served a variety of posts in the southwestern great planes, taking part in most of the military campaigns during the decades long Indian wars during which they compiled a distinguished record with eighteen buffalo soldiers awarded the Medal of honor. We don't have time today to dwell on the irony of African American soldiers, fighting native people on behalf of government that accepted neither group as equals. The exceptional performance of these soldiers helped to overcome resistance to the idea of black officers paving the way for the first african-american graduate from West Point Henry O flipper. Who will hear more about later? But. Fellow soldiers played significant roles in many other military actions. They took part in defusing the little known eighteen, ninety two Johnson County war in Wyoming, which pitted small farmers against wealthy ranchers and a band of hired gunmen. They also fought in the Spanish American and Philippine American wars and played a key role in maintaining border security during the high intensity, military conflict along the US Mexico border during the Mexican revolution. In Nineteen Eighteen, the tenth cavalry fought at the Battle of ambos Nogales where they assisted enforcing the of the Mexican federal and militia forces. Discrimination played a role in diminishing the buffalo soldiers involvement in upcoming major conflicts. During world. War One the racist policies of President Woodrow Wilson among whose claims to infamy include segregating federal offices led to black regiments, being excluded from the American Expeditionary Force, and placed under French command for the duration of the war. The first time ever that American troops were placed under the command of a foreign power. Then prior to World War Two, the ninth and Tenth Cavalry Regiments were essentially disbanded, and most of their troops moved to service roles. However the Ninety Second Infantry Division known as the Buffalo Division did see combat during the invasion of Italy while another division that included the original Buffalo Soldiers of the twenty fifth infantry. Regiment fought in the Pacific theater. The last segregated. US Army regiments were disbanded in nineteen,

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When It's Time to Go Back to the Office, Will It Still Be There

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

03:13 min | Last month

When It's Time to Go Back to the Office, Will It Still Be There

"Let's talk about these couple stories regarding employees getting back to work in physical offices because the the new York times one has the more prominent headline quote when the office is like a bio hazard lab and then the Wall Street journal says you know has a board but nine one no more pizza Fridays companies find new perks for the remote worker so to slightly different things that we're talking about here but first when we talk about you know what businesses are doing to try to maintain a safe work environment for employees number of different things being employed anything from construction of plexiglas barriers you know certain different certifications to sign in in the morning all kinds of different things in order to try to keep sick employees out of the office and healthy ones in yeah eyes as sourcing all of that but I would say you know if you're trying to measure the real impact of all this having that much more significant one that we're saying is businesses large and small saying we don't need office space anymore or at least we don't need to use it in the same way that we did my brother works for a company that just ended their lease and February or March and hasn't found a new office building and my brother my soon to be brother in law has at least running up in within the next thirty days and they had you know it is a small company I think it's only thirty employees their bodies business and there were not renewing right now that we probably need some sort of office space but definitely doesn't look anything like what we had before Mike one of the things I'm curious with regards to a potential glut of office space and I don't know the answer this do you do you have any idea how easy it would be or how difficult it would be to convert portions of that things like condos and so on so forth currently pretty darn difficult I mean not not impossible it's just you know zoning laws especially in this part of the country take a long time to change now things can change quickly in times of crisis and so perhaps that you know that that changes but I would think that it takes a couple of years before that realization would set in if it actually comes to pass that businesses choose not to have as much office space as they previously did I would think you would take a year or two for that realization deck to come forward and present itself and then actually start converting them over to something else Abigail we certainly do have a a housing shortage in this part of the country at least family after that have you talked to any business that has said to you I'm looking for more office space right now no not a single one it in that's what's interesting to me beyond just the ones that are saying well we don't know what we're gonna do and you know we might take less or do we have a lease expiring how many times do you normally hear you know businesses still saying yeah we're growing like a weed you know we we need more office space even the ones that are growing now a lot of them are saying yeah we're growing a ton but we don't know if we need more space I think that's what I find really interesting is even the businesses that are growing in hiring right now aren't talking like they need office

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Don’t Lose the Thread. The Economy Is Experiencing an Epic Collapse of Demand.

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

01:13 min | Last month

Don’t Lose the Thread. The Economy Is Experiencing an Epic Collapse of Demand.

"We segue from that's okay into a headline from The New York Times that says quote don't lose the thread the economy is experiencing an epic collapse of demands so how do we do you know kind of juxtaposed these two different ideas where we've got the stock market either after closing in on all time highs but also we have a tremendous amount of demand sucked out of the economy what what are your thoughts Mike well I mean I I kind of think of it as a bit of a field of dreams moment you know build it and they will combat that that's sort of the expectation that businesses are operating under right now and you're right we do have an epic collapse of demand but there is a very quantifiable and you know resist the obvious reasons that collapse in demand right a massive virus structure and that collapsed all sorts of demand for goods services products etcetera and now it's going away and so businesses investors are betting on the fact that that demand is about to rebound in a very very dramatic fashion but the authors write that Hey you know we we shouldn't ignore the fact that demand even right now isn't really

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Twitter Suspends Accounts Posting About Washington DC Blackout For Spreading ‘Misinformation’

Armstrong and Getty

03:25 min | Last month

Twitter Suspends Accounts Posting About Washington DC Blackout For Spreading ‘Misinformation’

"Have talked to a number of times about the role social media plays especially in moments like this we talked about on Tuesday the hash tag blackout Tuesday we're discussing you know elevate black voices to kind of show your support some people called it virtue signaling that's a phrase that's been used often but sometimes people are sharing information that doesn't turn out to be true awards from a botany can be really hard especially if you're a newbie to social media or maybe and I don't want to just love older generations into it which is kind of new to any sort of platform not quite understanding of if something looks suspicious or sometimes it looks completely legitimate and people fall for things like that but there was one the hashtag do you see a black out that was a really interesting to watch unfold on Twitter and join me to talk about it right now is Craig Timberg is a technology reporter at The Washington Post he reported on this a great thanks so much for your time my pleasure okay so let's start with this hashtag do you see a black out from what I read in your article it just started with a couple of tweets but then just blew up what exactly happened so an account that certainly looks fake they're only three followers when I followed the directions for followers and that have been newly created all it ever done was try to create new hash tags and then to so it created this new DC blackout hash tag around two AM Monday and then a couple of other very fishy looking accounts amplified it on there themselves and the result was it became over the course of a few hours this amazing online gathering spot for just huge amounts of misinformation about what happened in Washington DC and the central claim was that the police have basically cut communications throughout the city to so they could kind of crackdown on the protesters and of course someone who lives in DC Iraq a mile from the capital I knew that that just wasn't true and so what how does something like this happened because I I feel like something catches on and then of the person that is legitimate right has a huge social media following well then re tweeted and then how do you actually put the genie back in the bottle one something like this happens yeah I mean I don't know exactly help this one exploded as well because this is that is as large as it did it but in general you know once something is out there once it has been created people see it and then they want to comment on that so it is T. he blacked out hashtag you got like a half million tweet in just about eight or nine hours from people who are concerned about what happened in Washington DC so there's this interactive quality between the initial misinformation and then people posting other you know videos and images and such including one that work from Washington and then there were people who were talking back at them they don't know I'm here in Washington too quickly it's because clearly not that that isn't happening and coke that sort of you know it comes like a lot a wildfire and to get your personal putting the genie back in the bottle I mean no I mean I you we did were ultimately corrective he'll cut our store was kind of corrective and know people the word spread that this wasn't what what they claim happened literally true but of course you know you can't find everyone who saw that hashtag images like misinformation just explode then you can't unexploded what just happened

"armstrong" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Armstrong and Getty while I'm sitting here having to walk everywhere I'm a thousand percent sure on that one yes that was not there I want the person lose their job I mean that's just not right to take A. ways her like that so it sounds like somebody was joy riding this vehicle it wasn't me as raising yeah that's what sold cars for a living during the second he says he has a thousand miles on the vehicle it was supposed to be here and it was one of the underwear in the backseat I don't like your attitude to wow well that's not very helpful at all it's a plucky young reporter in beautiful Clearwater Florida who are I was reporting the story of one Victor audio he dropped his car off it was three weeks they kept telling me it wasn't done he finally was curious and furious went to get his car and he ends up with two parking tickets to toll charges in different counties and a thousand miles on his jeep all well it was supposed to be at the shop so we finally demands this car back any fines Sam and stains in the backseat plus clothing tags in a pink Lacy thong under the passenger seat one now the reporter shows up it's one of those plucky consumer reporter types who shows up and says eighty what's going on with this guy's car he says that you kept above about he swears that yells at her later apparently says listen the only guy who could have driven around the seas in jail on a murder charge so he couldn there's nobody here could have driven it around then it comes out the guy wasn't in jail his murder charge yet when they had his car so I want to know who's panties those are women hate the term panties I'm told they'd rather go with underwear okay yeah hi anyway you know I don't know you can write in if you like mailbag Armstrong and Getty dot com what's your preferred nomenclature for your undergarments what kind of a survey is that but anyway if you go to Mustangs speed and restoration in Clearwater just know somebody might take your car out joyriding killed somebody in it and then and then you know and apparently run through some tolls and bring it into the shop yeah well nothing parties like a rental like my old neighbor Larry the truck driver used to Shea say shout out to Larry by the way I hope you're doing well Sir in your beautiful family speaking of people listening the show this very briefly let's see this from my friend Craig who's a son in law was walking about in the mission hills district of the San Diego area love mission hills and they says Hey walk by a bomb this morning he was listening to a G. No Way says my body interesting demographic they have so as were going on about bums and junkies evidently at least some of them are listening so show that one hits the mark to close to home two are on the home to friends and fans you are a you have our best wishes another lawsuit against baseball I don't know how well any of these are going to do in the courts but you had the you know you get a player to now that are suing saying Hey I got shelled by the Astros when they're cheating I lost my job and cost me millions of dollars and the somebody should have done that the Astros somebody owes me money some somebody's somebody's on the hook for the L. M. L. B. is getting sued now by above people group together as fantasy players they were playing fantasy baseball for money on the line with the assumption that it's on the up and up it wasn't so they lost money wow I don't know if that'll go anywhere in the amounts are so small but what that could be one of those giant Norma's class action will this get rich in you get ninety nine cents in the mail more AP Johnny Depp's got problems the actor I know my nose work I know is fabulous bizarre perfume commercial buried his jewelry out in the desert for some reason right in commercial anyway he's heard of it he's still in a court case with his ex girlfriend amber heard what she charging him with just being abusive I. gasi air listen you're crazy to go around there I know some pretty reasonable people and I'm not saying I know this to be true but they think Johnny's maybe getting the short end of the stick rule but I don't know if these texts are real that were read in the courtroom yesterday I'm not even gonna say on the air well I suppose again but this is not for everybody can use the letters instead of the words or something and I'm not afraid of the highlands that's most of mostly bothered all lowered raging Johnny Depp texted that he would burn and drown ex wife amber heard then blank her burnt corpse during their volatile relationship courtroom heard yesterday and so far unseen text messages that are allegedly sent by the pirates of the carribean star to whom see that's I'm to a friend okay of his all right let's burn amber he said let's drown before we burn I will blank burnt corpse afterwards to make sure she's dead that could just be that really edgy humor extremely dark nasty humor but I've known people who would make that joke who would never ever commit an act of violence right and again I think Johnny's plenty crazy himself how about if the response the next day is this because they have these tax I'm gonna stop the blues thing drank all night before I got ugly mate no food for days powers half a bottle of whiskey a thousand Red Bull and vodka pills two bottles of champagne on the plane what do you get an angry agro engine in a blinking blackout screen you screaming obscenities and insulting anyone who's near me Baba unto blank in the head to spray my rage blah blah blah I don't quite understand what's going on there so I don't know I don't know I don't know now doesn't sound like a person that's really got a grip on things I got as much out of that as I got out of the perfume commercial I still don't know what to think he's apologizing for completely losing his **** the night before while you're drunk so many means Hale end of a multi day Bender in Shopify so what did he mean when he was texting who knows I don't know what you're trying to get money out of them I think so I think there's money involved but that she's she's a little nutty also we understand everybody's not a strong raising your Armstrong and Getty on KGO eight all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row.

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"armstrong" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:17 min | 7 months ago

"armstrong" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is the best Armstrong and so you remember that story speaking of taxidermy the I'll talk about taxidermy all day long if you want I find it a fascinating artists on really quickly on the the predictive text there each text me later Duncan the one of the more interesting concerns to me is when children use it it puts a cast on the vocabulary because they're only filling in what is being suggested to them that was interesting work early formative years they are not able to grow their vocabulary as much as they should asked his and yeah it's it's like binding the feet yeah they also did this test where if you're do leaving reviews and they give you when people writing about a restaurant will present it with text short cuts that were skewed to be more positive the resulting reviews tended to be more positive than if they were presented with negative skewed short cuts suggestions researchers found so just out of laziness I kinda like the food but it's easier for me to just click on it so so very even if you didn't like it and the three options it gave you were fine good and great you would say I was probably just fine as opposed to if you were left to fill out that on your own you say no it was bad yeah okay got it interesting yeah and that would be a good way for a business to say you know seventy five percent of our reviews are this or that yep so US we gonna tex snap today announced spectacles three a redesigned version of their augmented reality sunglasses I'm what's snap again snappy short for Snapchat well it is those yeah yeah so this is their this is a hardware device that can be used for Snapchat the social media and will pair with other so for this Snapchat still some people who are yeah yes after I don't even know what any of the stuff in the these glasses which include an HD camera to create depth perception mother represent snaps latest effort to build a new computing platform centered on the face they will go on sale in November for three hundred and eighty dollars which is more than twice expensive as the role model but so what do I do with them I take pictures will come it's the law the idea Jack the glasses marquee features a second camera which enables of spectacles to capture depth the for the first time it's some it's a you can have H. D. added to your environment I'm sorry not HD augmented reality Hey are added your environment as you walk around looking at the real world okay I get it now so is it an example I can look at a room and in theory these classes could say that is a twelve by eighteen room they could you could use me so and you know the demand for seven the right happy with it but these are all very lane carpet these rooms these are these are very much the early just trying to figure out the technology and what we can do with it before it gets cheap enough to be actually consumers even hi as stupid as I am can imagine how great these glasses are gonna be some day and I think we will all be wearing them all the time I've I thought that for for a long now when I first heard of texting I thought why would anybody do that sounds stupid so I don't always have the imagination to figure out what people do but right then when when I can have information available to me walk walking down the street from my glasses there's a coffee shop right around the corner you know that sort of stuff right there in from my balls all the time so all you have to do Jack is open Snapchat on your phone snap it into the viewer and you'll be able to view more immersive versions of your photos and videos this will make us all insane they get to the the point of this in the very last paragraph taking snaps on spectacles transferring them to my phone and only then being able edit and share them felt like too much work so evidently the point of these things is you can just look at stuff and take pictures of it and then posted to your freaking social media account so that their world can ignore the very much kind of a spy glass affected where you you know you've just in your wherever you're looking you just tap the side and click you you've you've snapped a picture fantastic I wonder if it keeps track of all your location data and that's where the money is probably him yeah yes he's in effect these things cost three hundred plus Bucks this that's plenty yeah but I can reach I'm looking at the glasses so they get the like iPhone camera up on the side of glasses but I've got one on my phone this is just keeping me from within my phone up to my face yes yes it's much harder to say take a picture with your iPhone in jungle at the same time I thank juggling take all sorts of pictures with his hello as I walked in and usually you want a picture to take a picture somebody without their knowing what kind of weird were you what do you do on how long a description do you want to hold me forever on this kind of like I'm in this restaurant the other day that they're actually has a a dress code and these guys in there he's in an undersized tee shirt it's showing his lower back yes little peekaboo fashion sexy Sir into what's coming later if you're lucky and I've got a and I want to take a picture to to session when it rains the end came in yes well and so I I look at my phone I'll be darned The New York Times is Vladimir Putin I lived a little higher and higher and take it real quickly yeah yeah yeah they should make sure you turn off your camera sounds on your phone when you're trying to do in cognitive science yeah I always do that I hate noise like any noise that's whatever my wife and I have that convenience store and she heard clicks and some guy was taking a picture first pictures over once only return out yet that was performed on a writer yeah yeah yeah still you don't want that no neither and really know all that's terrible yeah on the other hand violations of dress codes are a bit of a passion for me I should say so you have no Ascot you're listening to the best of the Armstrong and get a Chevy during our podcast one more thing more info at Armstrong Getty dot com AM seven sixty KFMB.

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I have people who are skilled in this, particularly, so in this article, this is the coolest thing we'll try to show it on the shot and how we do this stuff. But so they have this of the first of the first ten patients. They have the resources called response to the treatment. Right. And so you're you. Or the dark green and fell exactly. Which line is my line. So you're the dark green, Dave somehow we'll figure this out, so you're dark green, so you start the worst and start the words and end up the best and the and, and look at. That sharp drop off. Boom. Bam. Yeah. When when and how many days how many treatments is? That's mid, sir. That's five. Yeah. So they, they didn't tell me which line, I was, and the lead anesthesiologist, and I have become really good friends, and he showed this to me, and I was like, yeah, I know it towards me. I know exactly which ones me because it worked like Bom, okay? And was I literally look at this poor person? There's, there's just didn't work. I know my psychiatrist things that the screening process for the people who are in the study wasn't necessarily rigorous enough. So he was mad about that because he believes so much in the science. And so they're doing they're doing the double blind study right now. So they've begun the second phase, and then they need money for the final phase of it to get approved that people can get insurance for this. So how many people now have done it? So there's ten let's have done it. I believe another. Person is enrolled, and there will be twenty two twenty two people in the next phase. I saw a lot of people. It's not a lot of people, I know by sin through. I just wanted to say this. I read a blog, I've been publishing online for eighteen years. I could have written a blog post about this. I've could've I could've contacted Elle magazine or whatever and said, I want to read a magazine article I didn't think that was enough to give this team of people enough credit for what they did for me. They changed my life and they gave my kids back. Their mother they needed a book that they could like hand to people and say, this is what we're doing. This is the study. This is like what we're trying to accomplish. This is the book, this is the book, so I wrote the book to bring attention to what they're trying to accomplish in Utah. This is the only place in the world that's going on. And it is revolutionary in terms of how it could help those who are depressed Q daughters. I do have daughters. This lady, my, my on this movie, still Alice was a big deal in our house, because our Anna's dad had Alzheimer's, so is big deal. So Lisa Genova, who wrote that book. She gives you a nice little little quote here. She says breathtakingly honest, this story is a bridge to empathy and I-. Bright beacon of hope I'm telling everyone to read this book. Those are strong has strong strong words. Wow. Now, you're traveling around. Tired?.

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I wrote the first three chapters, they're on. And then the rust, it's an amazing city. It was incredible. It totally inspired this entire thing. I wrote this book cover to cover this is me. This is absolute. No one goes from this book. This is my entire experience. Couple books, but I didn't write anything. I just talked to somebody. They wrote it and. The writing. Wow. Yeah. I would be so lost. And then I ended up. They're like ten rounds about it. This is your second book yacht. I consider it my second book. It's like technically my fourth, but I consider it my second. Yeah. I one was what was the compensation it sucked, then I cried. It's sect in the night cried that's about my pets part. I'm and this is about the most recent experience of depression. Yeah. Okay. So let's get into this, because this is just this, the idea that, that this, this guy, the I forget the doctor's name in Salt Lake City, has this clinical trial for treating depression, and I'm going to mess up but it's ten treatments proposal. Profile proper full have a propofol anesthesia, have you heard of prep law before is that the thing that killed Michael Jackson. That's the thing that killed Michael Jackson. Yeah. So that's some serious shit. Right. I mean killed him. And so ten treatments of anywhere from your this, basically, as close to death as you can get, I guess for fifteen to eighteen minutes. You're only the third person in the world to do it which right there, I'm out. It was at one of, there was a one in ten thousand chance of dying right there again. I'm out, you got to be in a bad place to go. You know what you've done it if you were the first person, probably, oh, yeah. Well, yeah, I my, my doctor is brilliant. He is very terming. He is very convincing. And he was very mad at me that I didn't show up sooner than I had, he was, like, how dare you let this episode go on, because this is this is what people should know is that the longer ilet depressive episode go on the harder. It is to get out of it. And he was mad could he was also really giddy because he's like, oh my God. We have this study going on at the university and like I'm hind it in my doctors behind near the patient for it, and you're going to prove that it works, and you're human, you're human, not a mouse, and improves is going to prove that it works. And, and yeah, you could die, but you're not going to die, but you could end so. There was one of the, the, the previous sort of extreme treatment, and I'm just getting was was in this Carrie Fisher like she had like you lose. You lose your mind. Those remember, you lose your with electroconvulsive therapy. You can have very severe permanent memory loss, temporary memory loss migraines. A lot of pain. It can be bad. Yeah. Until what they're trying to do is come up with a solution that has no side effects, and this is their idea. And I was one of ten I was the third and I went in and he, he assured me that I would be okay. And I was like, oh, what I have to lose because I have resolved myself to feeling terrible for the rest of my life. Did you try to kill yourself ever? No, I never. No, I never made a plan. I never tried because I knew that I had made a commitment to my kids about it. Did I think I thought about being dead? I thought about in thinking about how you would do it. I didn't think highway do it. I thought about how amazing..

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I thought okay. We'll and I don't have a reason marathon, the marathon was April eighteenth of two thousand sixteen. And when I was that was that we just had the anniversary. What do we now was just over two years, three years? Ironically, my book, manuscript was due. On april. Eighteenth, two thousand eighteen and two years. And I got deeper and deeper and deeper into the hole, and couldn't get out and just decided that I was just gonna feel bad for the rest of my life. And I was scared to death to seek help because I was afraid that I was gonna always make it. I was scared I was a kids and your mom's still traveling the mom. Well, no. She was annot my mom was actually helping. But she didn't really know the extent of it like she didn't know how much she was supposed to help me know my mom didn't know that she needed to, like, come in, like, really physically helped me because, like even like physical task. I talk about this in the book like unloading, the dishwasher wearing like dirty clothes. Yeah. We don't work. You don't wanna change clothes because teaching close requires like this effort when you're depressed when you're that depress changing clothes is like it's the last thing you wanna do. It's like the last thing you wanna do is just like I don't wanna like go through the process of white. Why would I change clothes? You know, I don't. I don't want to see anybody. I don't wanna talk to anybody your daughter's noticing this absolutely. Time there twelve twelve and seven and it was it was just like every day I wake up in a VAT of anxiety hundred percent of the days. Yes. Every single day. There wasn't like a just an amazing Saturday. Now every day, every day, every single day, I would wake up as if my body were on fire and it's wake up, and I would shriek almost because it was like fire had been set to my body because I realize, oh, it's I'm awake again. I've never heard anything like this, in my life think it's anxiety, set and set to like a million and but to go to the doctor or psychologist. PC..

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"There's no, there's no authenticity anymore. No one shows the dirty side of the room. All they show is the really neat shelves. Right. They showed the, the, the side of the room that they cleaned up before they took a picture now in shows like the really dirty stuff really gritty like no one talks about the hardship anymore. And even when they do they post this, like, really in Djelic picture of the family. Together, and it's like no stop stop stop stop the duality there, the irony there is too much to ignore. Like, why are you still posting a beautiful picture when you're trying to talk about difficult difficult subject for many who are struggling because those people who are struggling are looking to they're looking for people to connect with an I'm afraid that we're losing that connection as brands and sponsors, and influence, RS gain more control over these mediums, and that, that saddens me in it scares me think there has to be a correction. I mean at some point people have to realize that this is a game, right? They're, they're just going to choose to not be gamed anymore, right. You would hope you would hope. I mean like my daughter, who's fifteen has no interest in influencers, like she's on Snapchat with her friends. She doesn't care about the guys on Instagram or any of those people. And most of her friends are no any, the influencers. I'm and so how's she now? I know you bring her up. I mean that's that's I mean, she was the colic. He won the fifteen year old. Yes. And now she's a she's she's really in Bata. All right. All right. This story is coming together. She's like a straight a student. She's a masterful piano player. Like she's, you know, full on headed straight for, like a full scholarship somewhere, but she's still into to social media, like she's, you know, she's fifteen but I ask her like, you know what YouTube star you into. We don't do that. She's like we don't do that anymore. Mom, we don't do that anymore. So I think it shift is happening. And I'm very curious to see what happens without you. Twin seventeen year old girls. And they were one of them especially was was she was all you just begin YouTube stars, the girl that, that the parents get into USC, and like the whole, like, she, she followed her shit like religiously, and so I was like who's that what and? And I'm just like, and then you see how it just far be for me to sit on my horse and say anything, but how it can really turn and bite you. And so I mean the one YouTube of her talking about I don't really care about going to college. I'm just here to party and promote my YouTube channel. I'm like, whoa. And then you see, of course, it all comes out. Yeah. Asti is nasty. It's not saying it's not I fear, especially for the 'isolation of our children. Our children aren't getting touch touches such an important part of human interaction and touch and talking, I remember talking to my friends from growing up for hours at a time on the phone. They don't talk to each other. I mean they do through the medium, but they don't like listen to their voices and they don't like they're not sitting next to each other. I don't I have don't my. have my, my phone doesn't have a voice mail. Yeah. What you're gonna leave me a voicemail. Like I'm gonna take the time to listen to your voicemail. How about you just leave me voice mail? You the biggest asshole in the world. Honestly like that's what I label. You don't leave me when we were prepping for the Sammy Hagar thing, he, he kept calling me. And he's like, hey and he'd texts. I'm trying to call it because I'm I'm old. And this, you know, we I'm not like all these millennials, we I actually get on the phone and talk to people, and I'm like house on the golf, Chris colony.

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Hours straight. And then if you are lucky they sleep for like twenty five minutes at a time. And it was like that for every strumming because I'm crazy about sleep. So if I don't sleep, it's I'm the worst human being alive. And so that, that would just. That will that might put me in a place where you went to. Yeah, I had severe postpartum depression. And I told him one day I said, if you there comes my accent, because I'm in Austin, I told him one day, if you leave for work, I will not be here when you get home. I said those words to him seriously. I did. Yeah. And so together we went to the hospital and we checked myself into the hospital and Utah. Backups. So you said if you go to work, I won't be here. When you get back, meaning you were going to leave, I was going to kill myself got that's okay. Trying to well. Well, I had reached that point where I the sleeplessness and the hopelessness and they feeling like this is I'm never going to know what I'm doing was so overwhelming that I thought, okay, I have to seek professional help, or I'm not ever going to get better. And this is in two thousand four. Have the baby. No. So the baby's one. Six and a half months. Yeah, this isn't your mom there. Or like my. My mother was I'm working for Avon. She was managing the entire western United States. So she was gone from, like Sunday night 'til, like Saturday morning. So I had really no backup system and I have friends who had kids, which was, you know, having friends who have kids is like, kind of crucial and I had no mommy group. Mommy group, I knew moment group. So he's so he stays home. You go to the that's just so intense. I can't even well. Would you do with the baby? So he had to take family. He had to take family, leave. So this is the fact that thing, I'm sorry. I'm going to use the words when do us all of the way we use that word a lot. But we broke the record recently. We sam. Hey. Right. I mean we save maybe ten or twenty Mani blogger he dropped about four hundred. Okay. So safe. So he had to take family, leave medical leave, which means that you have to leave your work, and then you have to they don't pay you while you're gone if the family medical leave act, so you can leave work for a family emergency, but they don't have to pay you. You're gone. They can't fire you necessarily, but they don't have to pay you any money. And so he had to take like six days of leave with no pay to watch my kid. Well, I got help and, and I got help I got better. You know, I met a doctor at the university who ended up setting my life twice the guy who administered this trial. I wanted to the want to save that, because that to me is just so fucking next level. I don't even. I mean we've been friends on this first time we've been person, we've been friends on Twitter, which sounds stupid. I it is because it is stupid for a long time..

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"I was in startups in Los Angeles. Thousands, and I misspell dude all the time, because everybody calls each other, dude, you, call your boss. Dude, you call your husband dude. You call your wife dude? So people in Utah. Don't know how to spell dude. I just it would like autocorrect or do something. And I would always say deuce and like some of my co workers caught onto it and they started calling me news. And so it became a nickname. And so when I went to go get a URL it was five letters and who has a five, Larry owning more. Right. So in two thousand and I was like, I'll just go to get that one. So it made no sense. It makes sense to anybody. No, it doesn't make any sense, but now it does actually not makes perfect sense and you were able to get it. You didn't have to buy it. I just registered all all of them. Yeah. And that started as a would your mom in two thousand two thousand s single for more Mormon sewing her, very, very wild oats and I thought that I would write stories about what it was like to live as a former Mormon sewing, her wild oats, I didn't think more than twelve people would read it. And so I wrote very, very, very outrageous things in the early days. Nice, not that I don't go back and read some of those, I took a lot of the down. My dad found it. Yeah. Gotcha. Yeah. And then but then some pointed evolved into as you said, in this bio, mommy, blog, or, or, or did it evolved? And that's where the following really. Yes, I'm into three. I got pregnant, and I thought okay. Well, I'm never going to be able to blog while I have kid who has time to do anything when they have a kid, why am I going to blog? There's no there's no time. And then when I got pregnant like my traffic jumped because all of a sudden, this really irreverence kind of crazy person was going to have a kid. And then when I had my baby like my traffic tripled in a day, and they were like, oh, she has a kid in. She gonna talk about having a kid like she normally talks about life. And that's exactly what I did because hated what was going on? I mean I had really bad postpartum depression. And I had no idea what I was doing. And as a mother as a mother. Yeah I mean I love my candy. Change diaper diver, but I didn't know like she was colic. He and so didn't sleep for more than thirty minutes at a time. Eat. And it was just like so confused on I talked about that quite a bit. And people were eager to hear this from somebody online who wasn't filtered through a magazine or filtered through a publisher like here. I was this woman publishing herself saying the sucks. This is fucking like terrible. I can't believe I got myself into this. I love her. I would never give her back, but I don't know what the buck on new ING, and people were so eager to hear that from someone that my traffic just like completely went crazy and nuts went into golf like it literally just went off the roof. Oh, we'll give them some more this. We'll give them another kid. I eventually we give them another kid. Yes. Not on purpose. But you were married at the time I was married at the time he was he hopeful with the kid thing. Or I mean normally at team deal. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. I'm going to give him credit. I mean, you know, he he, he never really wanted kids that much I was the one who was like I want kids, and he's like, okay all along for the ride. He didn't know what he was doing either me. Neither of us did. And we had a call he kit, anybody who's a kit understands it is fucked up twelve out, you know, all day long twelve hours straight. And then if you are lucky they sleep for like twenty five minutes at a time. And it was like that for every strumming because I'm crazy about sleep. So if I don't sleep, it's I'm the worst human being alive. And so that, that would just. That will that might put me in a place where you went to. Yeah, I had severe postpartum.

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"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"armstrong" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"All right. Everybody. Welcome back to the Ford podcast. I'm your host Lance Armstrong, not to be confused with my guest this week. Heather Armstrong, completely unrelated. We met the old fashioned way over social media. She used to tell people they used to ask her. You know, are you related to Lance Armstrong, and she would jokingly say, yes, I'm his mother that sort of the sounds like a silly way to me? But that is, in fact, how we met she's got a crazy story. She's also got a new book out. It's called the valedictorian of being dead, the true story of dying ten times to live, and it's exactly what happened. She was. She had over time had worked herself up to be in a, you know, the highly successful, mommy blogger had this huge following had millions of followers on social media, myself included, hallel these paid placements and paid influence on her blog and it, and it literally drove her crazy. And, and enter kids hated. It. And so she got ended up in a really dark place at one point in her life. According to her fit bit. She was walking thirty thousand steps day in her living room, never leaving the house. Never changing clothes thirty thousand steps today in your living room. I took the kids to DisneyWorld weeks back and my buddy had his watch on, we were doing like nineteen twenty thousand steps so a whole third more in your live. I can't even imagine that, but she wanted to kill herself, and she was miserable. In a researcher in Utah, approached her about treatment protocol that no human has ever done before. And so you'll hear all about that in this episode truly fascinating story and super psyched for her that she's got her health back, both physically and mentally and emotionally. And apparently this book, you know, you guys and gals. No, I don't read books, but I'm going to read this one. This is it's it comes with rave reviews from a lot of smart people. So check it out. Heather Armstrong, thanks for tuning in. Here's other. I think I'll just start with your updated bio, my updated by has been updated mini mini mini. Okay. Well, this one is super interesting. So I just want people to hear this. Hi, I'm Heather Armstrong when I, I wrote a bio for this site. I called myself. S A H, a stay at home, mom or shit ass. Ho motherfucker more than decade later, I'm now what's referred to as a F. T. S W M, a fulltime single working, mom or fuck that shit. Where's marijuana this used to be called, mommy blogging? But then they started calling it influence or marketing, hashtag at hashtag sponsored hashtag, you know, you want me to slap your product on my kid and exploited her for millions and millions of dollars. That's how this shit works now. Well sit back buckle up and enjoy the ride. Deuce is back. And she's talking about herself and the third person. So, you know you better have a barf bag at the ready. Is that the latest bio that would be the latest by all my love? Yes. That that is amazing. Yeah. That's that come on. That's me, essentially, and right down to it. That's me right there. That's it right there distilled into, like two sentences. That's me more than two sentences. But yeah, and this all this all really started with deuce deuce dot com in two thousand one. Yes, what is dues? I, I know we joke about deuce so I now so we spell it differently. Everybody has a joke about do's, and it was a typo of dude, I worked in. I was in startups in Los Angeles. Thousands, and I misspell dude all the time, because everybody calls each other, dude, you, call your boss..

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